Loudoun County Fire and Rescue

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue

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Kids lemonade stand on the corner of Oakcrest Manor Dr and Tracy Ct. To benefit Backpack Buddies and First Responders! Please come out!
I want to shout out the folks at Loudoun County Fire and Rescue. My daughter had a second birthday today and daddy burnt the tacos 😣. You guys were SO fast to respond and upon hearing it was my daughter’s birthday gave the kiddos a truck tour and souvenir hats. So grateful to have you guys looking over our community 💕
This is awesome news. Thanks Loudoun EMS for having whole blood available for trauma patients.

Do you all offer any First Aid teaching for a group of Cub Scouts?
Saw an accident happen at the light right at the westbound rt 7 bypass; far left lane. A minivan plowed into the back of a pickup truck. Everyone ok?
A quick hello from the team at Reebok at the Premium Outlets in Leesburg. We appreciate you sacrifice to keeping our community safe. February 22-23 we are having a first responders appreciation event. Show you ID or badge to receive an additional 20% off.
On the road the past 2 mornings I have had a person with Maryland license plate number 0083 PFD silver Ford who has Loudoun County Virginia Fire Department on it that has been driving on 522 toward Wi******er, VA between 445am-500am who is passing on solid lines, speeds in excess of 65mph in a 55mph and 45 mph zone, and tailgating other motorists. He did this to me yesterday and even after several attempts of tapping my brakes because he was following me so close I could not see his headlights in my rear view mirror on a dual lane highway that he could have passed me on--I practically stopped on the road just to get him to go around just for us to end up at same stop light. You sir firefighter are the exact type of driver that causes the fatalities on the highway that I am sure you have seen in your job. You should be ashamed and I am making it my mission to ensure your chain of command is aware of your poor driving skills and possible deadly actions should you cause a collision.
I would like to give a shout out to the crew of Loudon County Fire and Rescue! This weekend while in route to prepare for my stepdaughter's wedding, her florist was in a car accident. The crew went above and beyond by making the flower delivery to the home venue. The flowers were beautiful, and we are beyond grateful for the help of the Loudon County Fire and Rescue for making sure that her day was truly special!
In lieu of flowers the Colby Family would greatly appreciate any financial donations, due to the sudden loss of their daughter Kelly 5 months ago, Buddy and Janet assuming guardianship of their granddaughter and now Janet and the family having to deal with the loss of husband Buddy. The Family would like to thank you in advance for any donations.
Michael (Please share with friends)

The Colby Family Fund
c/o Michael OʼBrien
P.O. Box 2636
Purcellville, Virginia 20134
Or
The Colby Family Fund
paypal.me/TheColbyFamilyFund
What kind of firehouse do you want to work in? Mike Gagliano (Retired Seattle Fire Captain) believes that each and every one of us has the opportunity to create a firehouse that rocks! Join us in Henrico, Virginia March 11-13th, 2019 at the Fire Ground Commander Conference to hear more about how to raise the bar where you work while also putting the fun back into the job.

This conference is designed to give you tools to help win on the fireground and in your firehouses. It features five instructors with over 150 years of combined fire service experience. Mike will be joined by four other fire service icons:

Jeff Shupe: Back to Basics- Engine Company Culture (Strategic Fire Training and Elkhart Brass's BrassTacks/Hard Facts notoriety

Christopher Naum: Buildings on Fire--Tactical Risks for Today's Fireground (One of the foremost leading authorities on building construction)

Battalion Chief Nick Martin: Aggressive Command Supports Aggressive Firefighting(Traditions Training, LLC)

John Dixon: Complacency Kills--Normalization of Deviance

Early bird registration is only $99 for all three days! Register below

https://fgc.regfox.com/the-fire-ground-commander-central-virginia-firefighter-conference

More information about the conference can be found at www.EmbraceTheResistance.com

Don't miss this event! See you in March.

Official Page Loudoun County Fire and Rescue The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System represents a combined effort of volunteers and career employees who respond to emergency incidents 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

We are an all-hazards system and our principal goal is to provide the highest level of efficient and professional emergency fire and rescue service possible. We operate from 20 stations, providing a full range of emergency response to the citizens of Loudoun County and the seven incorporated Towns. By way of reciprocal mutual aid agreements, services are also provided to the Loudoun County's neigh

Operating as usual

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 04/04/2022

Last week, the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System (LC-CFRS) held their Annual Awards and Recognition Ceremony to honor Loudoun's first responders, staff, and citizens, who made dramatic contributions to the life and safety of our community. Full list of awardees and video loudoun.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=7522

04/04/2022
Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 04/04/2022

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post

04/04/2022

This is a great reminder from Virginia Department of Transportation. As the weather improves more cyclist will be out on the roads.

Motorists: warmer temps = more vulnerable roads users, such as 🚲 cyclists, will be out on the roads. Take a moment to study the cycling hand signals that you will see cyclists using ⤵️ And, don't forget to , & give cyclists at least 3' of space when passing.

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 04/04/2022

We still have spots open for our upcoming Inova Blood Donor Services Blood Drive on April 8 from 9 am - 3 pm. Help us fill all the slots!

Every donation saves up to 3 people here in Northern Virginia. Sign up to make a difference at https://bit.ly/LCFRApr8

Did we mention that all donors will receive a cool Easter themed t-shirt?

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 04/04/2022

On Saturday, March 26, 2022 Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's Engine 626, Tower Ladder 602 and Battalion Chief 600 attended the Town of Hillsboro’s 2022 State of the Gap community breakfast and awards program. These members were present to receive the 2021 Community Service Award from Mayor Vance and the Town Council. The following is the text from the award notification:

“On behalf of the Hillsboro Town Council, I am pleased to let you know that your team has been selected to receive our 2021 Community Service Award in recognition of an individual or group that provides a service that directly supports and benefits the residents of the greater Hillsboro community. This award is bestowed to your entire team for their professional response and daily work to ensure the safety of our community. We specifically extend our profound appreciation for all of your time and effort in planning and coordinating with the Town as we undertook the ReThink9 infrastructure project, as we know that took additional effort on your part. The successful delivery of this project with few incidents was a result in large part to the efforts of your team, working side-by-side with the Town and contractor.”

Thank you for the recognition and congratulations to the system members that serve on Engine 626, Tower Ladder 602 and as Battalion Chief 600.

04/03/2022

Super Safe Loudoun Presents Neighborhood Safety

Join Firefighter Lisa for a walk around the neighborhood and learn important tips to keep you safe in your neighborhood.

04/02/2022

Did we miss you today? residents can request a free smoke alarm assessment at any time by completing the online form at loudoun.gov/smokealarms or by calling the smoke alarm program hotline at 703-737-8093.

During the free assessment, firefighters will test existing smoke alarms, assist with battery replacement, and replace the smoke alarms at no cost if they are not working properly or exceed the ten-year recommended lifespan.

04/01/2022

Saturday, April 2, LC-CFRS is kicking off our Annual Smoke Alarm Program! Loudoun firefighters will be going door to door between 10am-2pm, one weekend a month from April - October offering free smoke alarm assessments. Info ➡️ https://bit.ly/2022Alarms

Hall Funeral Home | Purcellville, VA Funeral Home & Cremation 04/01/2022

Hall Funeral Home | Purcellville, VA Funeral Home & Cremation

Our condolences go out to our Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department system members and the family and friends of Pasquale "Pat" G. Spara for their loss.

Hall Funeral Home | Purcellville, VA Funeral Home & Cremation Hall Funeral Home in Purcellville, VA provides funeral, memorial, aftercare, pre-planning, and cremation services to our community and the surrounding areas.

Photos from Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company's post 03/31/2022

Roof operations can be especially dangerous for firefighters as they are working on an angle and the fire may create soft spots for firefighters to fall through. It is critical for our system members to practice and hone these particular skill sets to stay safe. This training by our volunteers with Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company will help ensure members are prepared to safely and efficiently perform on a roof during a fire incident.

03/30/2022

Super Safe Loudoun Presents an Ambulance Tour

Join Paramedic Earl Hall for a fun and informative tour of an ambulance!

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD

Photos from Sterling Volunteer Fire Company's post 03/30/2022

Ever curious what the view from the tip of an extended ladder truck looks like? Check out these images from our volunteer company. Sterling Volunteer Fire Company.

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 03/29/2022

Update – Deceased Victim Located and Cause Identified in Two Alarm Fire in Ashburn

After firefighters battled an aggressive two-alarm fire in the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 29, 2022, investigators from the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Fire Marshal’s Office located a deceased victim inside the home of the fire origin on Nashua Street. The victim’s identification and cause of death will be released pending an investigation by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. In addition, the Fire Marshal Office’s investigation into Tuesday morning’s fire revealed the fire was accidental, due to the improper discarding of smoking materials outside the home. Total damages to the structures, contents, and vehicles involved in this fire are estimated at $4 Million.

These fires are preventable by following a few simple tips:
• If you smoke, do so outside.
• Use a deep, sturdy ashtray and be sure it is placed on a surface where it will not tip over.
• Place cigarettes in proper containers such as metal or ceramic pots filled with sand. Never use plastic containers or anything that holds potting soil. Be sure to clean out cigarette butt containers often.
• Place containers away from the house. Never place containers on front porches, decks, or just outside the door.
• Soak cigarette butts and ashes in water before throwing them away. Hot ashes can smolder for days.
• Test smoke alarms monthly and replace units as specified by the manufacturer’s instructions.
For additional fire prevention and life safety information, please visit Loudoun.gov/fire or call the Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office at 703-737-8600.

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 03/29/2022

Loudoun Firefighters and Fire Marshal’s remain on scene after an early morning fire damages several Ashburn homes, injures 2 and leaves one adult unaccounted for. 9 adults & 2 children displaced.

Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756
Loudoun County Volunteer Fire and Rescue
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office

Press Release -->loudoun.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=7506

03/28/2022

Kicking off the 2021 Awards & Recognition Ceremony! Congratulations to all awardees and thank you for all those that came to show their support. ⭐️ 🚒 🚑
Loudoun County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 03/28/2022

Everyone that donates at our upcoming Inova Blood Donor Services Give Local, Save Local Blood Drive on April 8 will receive a fun Easter themed T-Shirt!

Sign up to make a difference at our Blood Drive on April 8 at https://bit.ly/LCFRApr8
or by calling
1-866-BLOODSAVES
(1-866-256-6372) CODE: 5245

Photos from Leesburg Volunteer Fire Company's post 03/28/2022

Volunteer system members in Fire School 22-1 participated in their first live burn over the weekend. During their live burn, volunteer students brought together all the skills they have learned so far in a controlled environment. Some of these skills include deploying hose lines, search and rescue, forcible entry, and ventilation.

Learn more about volunteering with us at www.OpenNewDoors.org

Loudoun County Volunteer Fire and Rescue

Photos from Loudoun County Volunteer Fire and Rescue's post 03/28/2022

Welcome to the 18 new volunteer system members that completed their orientation over the weekend!

03/27/2022

Brrr 🥶 where did spring 🌱 go? If you are using heat producing appliances like heat lamps to help keep animals 🐥 and pets 🐾 warm during these chilly days, keep these safety tips in mind.

03/26/2022

An appointment to donate blood takes about 1 hour and can save up to 3 lives! You also get snacks like cookies and juice for donating. Added bonus by donating through Inova Blood Donor Services your donation stays local and will help someone here in Northern Virginia.

Sign up to make a difference at our Blood Drive on April 8 at https://bit.ly/LCFRApr8
or by calling
1-866-BLOODSAVES
(1-866-256-6372) CODE: 5245

03/25/2022

It is the last Friday of the month! Time to check your smoke alarms, if you haven't already this month.

Have questions about smoke alarms or need assistance with your smoke alarms? residents can request a free smoke alarm assessment at any time by completing the online form at loudoun.gov/smokealarms or by calling the smoke alarm program hotline at 703-737-8093.

During the assessment, firefighters will test existing smoke alarms, assist with battery replacement, and replace or install the smoke alarms at no cost if they are missing, not working properly or exceed the ten-year recommended lifespan.

03/25/2022

Job Alert!

We are looking for a professional and customer service oriented individual to join our team as a Front Desk Receptionist.

Learn more and apply at https://bit.ly/3IzsOZn

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 03/24/2022

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System is honored to announce the graduation of 50 first responders who successfully completed various levels of fire and rescue training. Congratulations!

Full press release and list of graduates https://www.loudoun.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=7496⬇️

03/24/2022

Come read with us for National !

We have over 40 videos of system members reading books including some in Spanish. Read along with us on YouTube at https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLk5zg2sKjCh8iC7S2dN0TJ9c1vKrgceMh

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 03/23/2022

On Saturday, March 19, 2022, the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System had a successful Smoke Alarm Canvas in the area around Oliver Court in Purcellville. We visited 181 homes and had 38 requests for assistance with smoke alarms. We installed 17 smoke alarms and serviced 51 smoke alarms. During the canvas we also talked with residents about fire safety plans, fire escape processes, and fire prevention ideas.

If you are a County resident with questions about your smoke alarms or in need of working smoke alarms, you can get a free smoke alarm assessment at any time!

To request a smoke alarm assessment complete the online form at loudoun.gov/smokealarms or by calling the smoke alarm program hotline at 703-737-8093.

During the assessment, firefighters will test existing smoke alarms, replace batteries if needed, and replace or install smoke alarms at no cost if they are missing, not working properly or exceed the ten-year recommended lifespan.

Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 03/23/2022

We can't miss the opportunity to post about the most popular Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System members on ! Here are some fun photos of Aurora, Thor and Bali. You can learn all about our current and past canines and their roles in fire and rescue at https://www.loudoun.gov/808/Canine-Unit

6 Spots You May Have Missed While ChildProofing 03/23/2022

6 Spots You May Have Missed While ChildProofing

Make sure your home is child safe with this handy 360 degree interactive graphic in English or Spanish from SafeKids and Tide.

View it at https://bit.ly/3qqqZI7.

6 Spots You May Have Missed While ChildProofing Done childproofing? Use this interactive 360 view to see some potential places that you many missed in your home.

03/23/2022

Women's History Month Spotlight: Danielle Brosan

We have many amazing women in the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System that serve ​​ County in a variety of roles. We are excited to highlight EMS Cost Recovery Manager Danielle Brosan for ​.

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 03/22/2022

It is National (NPPW), a week dedicated to raising awareness about poison control centers and the Poison Help Hotline (1-800-222-1222).

Did you know that the Poison Help Hotline is always 1-800-222-1222, no matter where you are in the US? The toll-free Poison Help line is 1-800-222-1222. When you call the number, you will reach specially trained poison experts at a poison center that serves your area. This number provides free and confidential help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Interpretation services are available in 161 languages.

One number. Local Experts: 1-800-222-1222.

American Association of Poison Control Centers

03/22/2022

These are important tips for anyone enjoying some of the March Madness games with alcohol.

If you’re going out to catch the action, consider these tips.

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 03/21/2022

Here are some photos from the joint training on Saturday with Loudoun County Sheriff's Office, Loudoun County Public Schools and the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System.

We are very proud of our partnership with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. This training exercise helps ensure our collaboration, service and preparedness for emergency events. You can read more about the exercise on Saturday, March 19, 2022, at https://www.loudoun.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=7489

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Super Safe Loudoun Presents an Ambulance Tour
Super Safe Loudoun Presents Neighborhood Safety
Super Safe Loudoun Presents Bike Safety
LCFR Recruit Class Week 5
Be a Part of Something Bigger
Super Safe Loudoun Presents Bike Safety
LCFR Recruit Class Week 2 of 30
Happy National Dog Day!

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Leesburg, VA
20175

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