Little Fork Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company, Rixeyville, Virginia

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Technical Large Animal Rescue Team Benefit Trail Ride Spring 2015

Technical Large Animal Rescue Team Benefit Trail Ride


Little Fork Volunteers To The Rescue


Friday June 23rd, 2017 - 7:13 am

Doug Monaco

The Yonderville Festival starts today!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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What is the Yonderville festival

June 22, 2017 - Little Fork VFRC participated in the Amissville VFRC parade. 15 of our volunteers signed up for the event. We took Ambulance 9-1, Rescue Engine 9, Tanker 9, Rescue 9 and Chief 9 to this event! We would like to thank Amissville for inviting us.

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Next year you should have horse riders pay a donation to ride in the parade with the Large Animal Rescue Team 😉

Best in show 😜😜

June 21, 2017 - June company business meeting was held. We would like to welcome two new members; Noah Furr and Lindsey Crabill. We look forward to working with you to provide EMS and fire service to our community. We had 32 members attend the meeting with several excused due to work!!
June 20, 2017 - Little Forks Volunteer Technical Large Animal Rescue Team traveled to Louisa County, Virginia to participate in the 2016 Teen Adventure Camp.
June 17, 2017 - Little Fork held our first Judged Pleasure Ride and the event was a complete success!! Everyone had a great time!! Please read the article below for the list of winners and those that volunteered to assist.....

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Such a great ride, venue and cause! Can't wait for next year!

June 16, 2017 - Little Fork provided a mid day shower for the Cub Scouts at Camp Verdun. This has been an annual event for many years. Attack 9 drafted water from one of the ponds and using small forestry line sprayed the scouts. We appreciate the annual invitation and thank all of the adults who took their time (during the week long event) to assist the youth within our community!!!  Attack 9, Ambulance 9-1 and Chief 9 assisted with the event.
June 15, 2017 - Thursday night duty crew went out to a dry hydrant to practice drafting. The drill also included flowing a handline and working with a 2 1/2 straight stream nozzle. Afterwards the pumper was taken to a hydrant and back flushed.
June 14, 2017 - Little Forks drill night. Members practiced several multifaceted operations. Crews practiced hooking the pumper up to a dry hydrant. The driver/operators practiced drafting operations. The other members practiced deploying hose lines and hooked up our Rapid Attack Monitor (RAM). This device flows 500 gallons of water per minute. Our volunteers managed to flow several thousand gallons of water.   The weather took a turn for the worse and a lightning storm suddenly formed nearby. Crews broke the operation down in record time and returned to the station to finish the training. Engine 9, Rescue Engine 9, Rescue 9, Ambulance 9-1 and Chief 9 were staffed for the drill.
June 13, 2017 - Another (22nd) summer in our 40 x 80 four bay garage!! The day room/bunk/kitchen/training/office/bay space reached over 90 degrees!!. Hopefully the temperature will drop into the 80s before the night crew retires for the evening. We really need a fire/rescue station for our volunteers!!!!!!

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How are you handling the temp of the meds in the medic unit?


Do another fill the boot 🙂

Do you guys need stuffed animals for kids in accidents? Culpeper PD and Culpeper VFD asked for some a week or so ago. I have a bunch if you'd like them.

Thanks for the offer, but we have three to four large bags of stuffed animals in our building!!! Kids love when our volunteers provide these to them during incidents. Again, thanks for thinking of us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you for your dedication! I wish I had the money to fulfill the last part of your campaign. I really want a new station for you, you all deserve it and so much more!

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June 13, 2017 - If fire/rescue units have dry hydrants in their areas then back flushing is required. Back flushing clears out debris and vegetative growth. Little Fork has several of these devices in our primary response area. This insures that the hydrant will be operational when needed. Tanker 9 pumped 1,000 gallons of water through this hydrant to clear it.

Thanks to All Who Have Contributed to Our Building Fund


2016 Highlights

  • > 61 volunteer members responded to 523 incidents
  • > 100% response rate to all emergency calls
  • > $1.268 million of property saved
  • > Several lives saved
  • > Local fire insurance rates lowered by more than $1.9 million dollars.