Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department

Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department

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The Toga Vol. Fire Dept. routinely lists the routes of travel for special Amish days, i.e. church services, weddings, etc. Could you please start doing the same? It will take our whole village to keep our Amish neighbors safe on our highways. Thanks for you consideration.
BC Wildfire Service crews responded to a fire west of Courtenay on Vancouver Island last night.

The fire was reported in the middle of the night and crews responded alongside the Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department and Courtenay Volunteer Fire Department.

The Duncan Bay Main (V82331) fire is currently 1 hectare in size and the status is Being Held. Resources on the fire today will include 1 officer and 1 initial attack crew with additional crews available as needed. The fire was in a large pile of organic waste and the cause is undetermined. An investigation is being undertaken.
At 12:20 RDVFD was toned for a two vehicle Mva with entrapment. RDVFD Chief added Farmville Fire Department and Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department to the call. First arriving unit reported two vehicles with heavy damage. Prince Edward Rescue squad handled patient care. RDVFD thanks all agency for the Great team work .
Hello!

My name is Brandan and I work with Life Line Screening. We provide preventative health screenings for those aged 40+ to see if they are at risk for heart attack and stroke. We have an event coming up in the community soon. I am trying to reach as much of the community as possible, and I was wondering if you could possibly share the event to your page to help spread the word, and let the community members know we will be coming in the community? Every Like, Tag, or Share could save a life. Thank you.
facebook.com/events/998686290476670/
How can I volunteer with you? Is there an application to fill out, or is there a good time I can come by to meet with someone?
We hope all can attend!
When is the next time ya"ll are cooking?

This is the official page for the Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department (VA) We are the Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department, founded in 1955 and incorporated in 1957.

We protect and serve the town of Cumberland and the surrounding areas, in the heart of Cumberland County, Virginia. We operate six units out of our six bay fire station on Old Buckingham Road (Rt. 13), a mile east of Cumberland Court House. We respond to all types of calls, from house fires to vehicle accidents, technical rescue, natural disasters, to assisting the local rescue squads and providin

Operating as usual

05/30/2022
Photos from Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department's post 03/22/2022

3/22/22 @ 1221: CVFD dispatched to the 300 block of Bonbrook Creek road for a vehicle fire. Crews arrived to find a trailer full of straw on fire next to a home under construction. Fire was extending to a truck and begining to melt the siding on the home. Workers on scene were able to move the truck and trailer away from the home to prevent fire from spreading to the house. Crews were able to knock down the fire quickly and prevent further damage. Crews operated on scene for about one hour. Cause of the fire was accidental.

Engine 24 and Tanker 22 responded.

First Alert Weather Day: Cold blast Saturday with rain, snow & gusty winds 03/11/2022

First Alert Weather Day: Cold blast Saturday with rain, snow & gusty winds

Potential for some winter weather tomorrow! Use caution if you have to travel in the morning.

Also, daylight savings time starts Sunday morning so don't forget to move your clocks forward (and change smoke detector batteries) before going to bed Saturday.

Stay safe!

First Alert Weather Day: Cold blast Saturday with rain, snow & gusty winds We're in for a winter blast this weekend with potential for a little snow.

02/17/2022

(MVA w/entrapment) CVFD was dispatched @ 0751 to the area of Old Buckingham Rd & Strawberry Hill Rd for an overturned vehicle with driver still inside.

Crews arrived on scene to find a vehicle off the road and on its side. The driver was still in the vehicle but conscious and alert. The driver was extricated from the vehicle and transported to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Incident is being investigated by VSP.

Rescue 21 and Engine 24 responded.

Timeline photos 02/15/2022

Timeline photos

Virginia's fire season is here and with it, the 4 p.m. burn law takes effect. Between Feb. 15 and April 30, open-air burning is restricted until 4 p.m. 🔥🚫

If you must burn, be cautious and informed. Visit our website for more info on regulations and why Virginia has this law.
http://ow.ly/xZAO50HVs1x

01/13/2022

1/12/22 @ 1540: CVFD dispatched to the 1500 block of Stoney Point Rd for the report of a vehicle accident involving a school bus and a pickup truck which had overturned. While enroute, deputy on scene advised that the driver of the truck was trapped. Randolph District Volunteer Fire Department Company 4 was added to assist.
EMS arrived and requested Medflight to respond due to driver's injuries.
CVFD crews arrived found the pickup truck was upright. Crews stabilized the truck then extricated the driver and EMS transported to landing zone to be transferred to Medflight crew.
No serious injuries reported by school bus passengers.

Rescue 21 and Engine 24 responded.

01/10/2022

(Overnight) 1/10/22 @ 0359: CVFD dispatched to the 2300 block of Cartersville Rd for a vehicle vs. tree. Units arrived to find a car into a tree with driver trapped. Crews removed car doors to gain access to driver.
Upon assessment by EMS, Medevac helicopter was requested to respond due to severity of driver's injuries. Medevac helicopter was landed at Cartersville Ruitan building and patient was transported to hospital by helicopter.

Rescue 21, Engine 24 & Brush 29 responded.

Photos from Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department's post 01/10/2022

A few pictures of CVFD members working to clear Sports Lake Road during last Monday's snow storm. Members worked throughout the day and well into the night responding to numerous calls for downed trees and power lines in the area.

01/06/2022

(Delayed) 1/5/22 @ 1259: CVFD was dispatched to the 100 block of Goshen Road for smoke coming from a house. Units arrived within 8 mins of dispatch to find a house fully involved in fire. Crews were able to knock down majority of the fire within 30 mins of arrival. Extensive overhaul required due to partial roof collapse. Crews operated on scene for approx. three hours before returning to service.

No one was home at the time of the fire. Cause of fire is believed to be electrical in nature.

Engine 24, Tanker 22, Tanker 23 and Utility 25 responded

Thanks to Deep Creek Volunteer Fire Department Cartersville VA Volunteer Fire Department & Macon Dist Vol Fire Dept - Co 3 for their assistance.

01/04/2022

CVFD crews have been busy today answering multiple calls for trees down, power lines down and vehicle accidents. Please use caution when traveling as temperatures are expected to drop well below freezing tonight which will increase the potential for black ice on the roadways.

12/25/2021

Merry Christmas from all of us at Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department! Hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday season.

Thank you for your continued support throughout the year.

12/23/2021

(Delayed) 12/22/21 @ 2024 CVFD dispatched for reported house fire in the 700 block of French's Store Road. Upon arrival, fire was seen on the left side of the house extending towards the roof line. Crews were able to quickly extinguish the fire and prevent it from spreading into the home. Occupants were not home at the time of the fire. Cause of fire was accidental in nature.

Engine 24 and Tanker 22 responded.

12/20/2021

(Delayed) 12/19/21 @ 1501: CVFD was dispatched to the 100 block of Locust Grove Road for a reported house fire. Crews arrived to find smoke coming from the roofline. Crews made entry and located a couch on fire in the living room. Fire was quickly extinguished with no extension to the structure. Crews operated on scene for just over a hour. Cause of fire was accidental.

Engine 24, Tanker 22, Tanker 23 & Utility 25 responded.

Units from Cartersville VA Volunteer Fire Department & Deep Creek Volunteer Fire Department assisted.

Shortly afterwards at 1730 CVFD was dispatched to assist Dillwyn VFD with a structure fire in the 4000 block of Plank Road. Tanker 22, Tanker 23 & Utility 25 responded. Units assisted with water supply before returning to service.

11/24/2021

(Delayed) 11/23/21 @ 1724: CVFD was dispatched to the intersection of Anderson Highway & Cartersville Rd for a multi-vehicle accident.

Crews arrived to find a total of four vehicles involved with one overturned and the driver trapped. The overturned vehicle was quickly stabilized and the driver was extricated.

One of the drivers involved was flown by helicopter to an area hospital due to the severity of their injuries.

Crews remained on scene for about 3 hours while VSP investigated the incident.

Rescue 21 and Engine 24 responded

11/11/2021

Thank you to all the veterans for your service!

Photos from Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department's post 11/03/2021

11/2/21 @ 1339: CVFD was dispatched to the 100 block of Belle Road for a reported house fire. Crews arrived to find smoke coming from all sides of the structure. Crews made entry and located fire in the rear of the home. All occupants were able to exit the house and no injuries were reported. Cause of the fire is under investigation.

Engine 24, Tanker 22 & Tanker 23 responded.

Thanks to Cartersville VA Volunteer Fire Department & Dillwyn Volunteer Fire Department for their assistance.

10/21/2021

10/20/21 @ 1640: CVFD responded to the 700 block of Cartersville Rd for a car vs UTV.

Due to the severity of injury to the UTV driver, Med-Flight 1 was requested to the scene to fly the driver to a trauma hospital in Richmond. The driver of the car was taken by ambulance to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Cartersville Rd was closed in both directions while the incident was investigated.

Rescue 21, Engine 24 and Utility 25 responded.

10/18/2021

Randolph District VFD and Cumberland VFD and working a severe accident in the 2600 block of Cumberland Road. The road with be shut down for an extended amount of time. Avoid the area.

Photos from Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department's post 10/13/2021

10/13/21 @ 0953: CVFD and Cartersville VFD were dispatched for a vehicle accident with entrapment near the intersection of Ampthill Rd & Holly Hill Ln.

Crews arrived to find a pickup truck on its side with the driver trapped. Crews stabilized the vehicle and cut the windshield to access the driver. Driver was removed from vehicle and transported by Cumberland EMS to the hospital.

Engine 24 and Rescue 21 responded.

Cartersville VA Volunteer Fire Department
Cumberland County Virginia Fire & EMS

09/20/2021

(Overnight) 9/20/21 @ 0225: Cumberland VFD (1st Due) and Randolph District Volunteer Fire Department Company 4 (2nd Due) were dispatched to the 600 block of Stoney Point Road for reported structure fire. First arriving unit reported nothing visible from the exterior. Upon making entry, crews located a small fire in a bedroom which was quickly extinguished. Fire was marked under control within 10 minutes of arrival. One dog was removed from the home unharmed. No occupants were home at the time of the fire. Cause of the fire remains under investigation.

Engine 24, Tanker 22, Tanker 23 & Utility 25 responded.

09/19/2021

9/18/21 @ 1322: CVFD was dispatched to the 1600 block of Anderson Hwy for a two vehicle accident with one vehicle on fire. Crews arrived to find fire coming from the engine and passenger compartment of the vehicle. Eastbound lanes were shut down & personnel quickly extinguished the fire. One person was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Engine 24 and Tanker 22 responded.

Photos from Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department's post 09/16/2021

9/15/21 @ 1613: CVFD was dispatched to the 1800 block of Cartersville Rd to assist Cartersville VFD with a hay field on fire. Brush 29 & Tanker 23 responded.

Units arrived to find approx. 20 acres on fire including several bales of hay. Randolph District Volunteer Fire Department Company 4 was added for additional water supply. A bulldozer from VA Dept. of Forestry was used to establish a fire line around the area.Crews worked for several hours to extinguish all hotspots.

09/11/2021

[The Night Before…]

On this day 20 years ago, 246 people went to sleep in preparation for their morning flights.

2,606 people went to sleep in preparation for work in the morning.

343 firefighters went to sleep in preparation for their morning shift.

60 police officers went to sleep in preparation for morning patrol.

8 paramedics went to sleep in preparation for the morning shift.

It was the last day that fathers hugged their children, husbands kissed their wife, girlfriends hugged and kissed their boyfriend.

None of them saw past 10:00AM on September 11, 2001.

In one single moment life may never be the same, so live and enjoy the breaths you take today.

And tonight, before you go to sleep in preparation for your life tomorrow, hug your kids, kiss your significant other, and let go of what’s bothering you because it’s really not that bad in the grand perspective of this thing we call 'life.'

Tomorrow isn’t guaranteed.

Do good things.

And most important of all, be kind to one another, not just tomorrow but always.

Never take one second of your life for granted. 🇺🇲

Photos from Randolph District Volunteer Fire Department Company 4's post 08/20/2021

CVFD Tanker 22 and Tanker 23 responded and handled water supply for the incident.

08/16/2021

8/15/21 @ 1556: CVFD was dispatched to the 300 block of Meador Rd for a vehicle into a tree. While enroute crews were notified there were two people pinned in the vehicle. Due to this, Cartersville VFD was added for additional manpower. Crews arrived to find a pickup truck on its side with two occupants inside. Crews stabilized the truck and began the process of extricating the occupants. Both occupants were transported to the hospital by Cumberland EMS. Crews operated on scene for three hours before returning to service.

Rescue 21 & Engine 24 responded.

Photos from Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department's post 07/24/2021

7/24/21 @ 0608: CVFD was dispatched as third due company to the 400 block of Plank Rd for the report of a storage building on fire.

Randolph District Volunteer Fire Department Company 4 arrived on location as first due company and reported a mini storage building fully involved.

Crews from CVFD assisted with forcing entry, fire attack and water supply.

Crews operated on scene for approx. 3 hours before returning to service.

Tanker 22, Tanker 23 & Utility 25 responded.

Photos from Cumberland Volunteer Fire Department's post 07/20/2021

7/19/21 @ 1440: CVFD was dispatched to the intersection of Anderson Hwy & Cartersville Rd for a two vehicle accident. Units arrived to find one vehicle with heavy damage blocking Anderson Hwy & the second vehicle off the road with moderate damage. Occupants of both vehicles were transported to the hospital by Cumberland EMS with non-life threatening injuries. Crews operated on scene for approx. 1 hour before returning to service.

07/03/2021

Happy 4th of July!

Hope everyone has a safe weekend!

05/28/2021

5/27/21 @ 1848: CVFD was dispatched to Moorefield Ln for an animal rescue call. Crews arrived to find a black lab that had become wedged under a deck while chasing an animal. Crews were able to free the dog, who was unharmed, and reunite it with its owner.

Rescue 21 & Utility 25 responded.

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30 Old Buckingham Rd
Cumberland, VA
23040

General information

We are a 100% volunteer organization located in Cumberland VA.

We operate a brush truck, engine, two tankers, medium duty rescue and a utility vehicle.

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