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Please share this with your friends! We are trying to raise funds to build a fire and rescue station and support our Technical Large Animal Rescue Team. All of the TLAR equipment is outside including one of our Medic units and heavy rescue truck. It needs to be sheltered from the elements! ... See MoreSee Less

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We just received this flyer from the Rappahannock County Sheriffs Office about a stolen horse. Please share!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Rachelle Renee Barco-CalderonAwww snuggles is so cute!2 weeks ago

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February 16, 2015 - This single vehicle collision occurred on Rixeyville Road just after the snow began. The driver was reported as "trapped", but before arrival she had self extricated. Ambulance 9 transported the driver to Fauquier Hospital. We also responded with our Rescue Engine and (heavy) Rescue unit. We assisted the CSO with traffic control until the vehicle was cleared from the road. ... See MoreSee Less

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February 14, 2015 - Dispatched to an illness call on Rixeyville Road. Units found a driver who had been stopped by a concerned citizen for erratic driving. The driver appeared to be incoherent and our Chief requested the response of the Culpeper County Sheriffs Office. We moved a small child from the rear seat and placed him in a warm ambulance until a responsible party was found and summoned to our location. We would like to thank the concerned citizen for her actions and for looking out for the well being of the child before our arrival. It can be safely assumed that your actions probably saved the lives or negated possible injuries to several persons who were traveling on that roadway!! The Sheriffs Office took the driver into their custody. Our crew gave the child a stuffed animal (we carry several on all three of our transport units) before releasing him from our care. Ambulance 9, Ambulance 9-2 and Chief 9 responded to this incident. ... See MoreSee Less

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Jennifer Christian ScottI know the citizen she certainly was a guardian angel2 weeks ago   ·  12
Miranda CromisSo happy we just moved into this area that have such kind hearted people!2 weeks ago   ·  2
Tom CarterGreat Job!!2 weeks ago

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Heather and Thomas Brown are volunteer providers in our County. Their new baby is very ill. They are the nicest people that you will ever meet. They both do volunteer EMS and work full time jobs. As you can imagine, care like this comes with a very hefty price to include staying nearby and meals since the hospital is an hour away from their home. Please help them out! ... See MoreSee Less

January 26, 2015 - This single vehicle collision occurred on Ryland Chapel Road near Jamesons Mill Road. One BLS injury was transported to Fauquier Hospital. Ambulance and Rescue Engine 9 responded to this incident. ... See MoreSee Less

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Jennifer Christian ScottWhat was the cause?1 month ago
Raf Barco-CalderonTree crossed the road.3 weeks ago
Jennifer Christian ScottLmao Raf you are funny3 weeks ago

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January 11, 2015 - Our Technical Large Animal Rescue Team was dispatched for a horse trapped on the ice in Stafford County at 11:22 hours. While responding we connected with the on scene Incident Commander for a briefing. We requested a water rescue team, Vet, animal control officer and a tractor to lift the animal. Upon arrival we found that "George" had gone out on the ice and fell on his side. Exposure time was unknown. Stafford Fire and Rescue units had managed to extricate George from the water. The owner and concerned neighbors had warmed blankets and towels and laid them on him to help maintain body temperature. We assessed the situation and decided to wait for the vet to assess George before we moved him further. We did not want to risk him getting up and going back into the water. The vet arrived and found that his body temperature had dropped to around 95 degrees. She immediately administered warm IV's and medicine. After waiting for an effect we decided to move him up the field and away from the water. He had made no attempt to stand after several attempts of encouragement. This became a major concern. We placed George on our glide, (he did not do well with the "life preserver" head protection) so we left it off but monitored his head while moving him. After moving him we turned him over onto his "favorite" side to stand up and waited. The vet advised that if he did not stand on his own the use of our Becker sling would probably not have been viable due to his hypothermia. Just as we began to gather our equipment to leave, George rallied himself and stood on his own!! As we left George was drinking, eating and standing. Thanks to the Stafford County fire and rescue units, animal control officer, vet and backhoe operator for your assistance!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Steven TylerGreat Job Doug....say Hi to Ralph..2 months ago   ·  1
Marcia PescitaniYou guys are the best!2 months ago   ·  1
Donnie EmbreyGreat job.2 months ago   ·  1
John MarshAwesome work Doug!2 months ago   ·  1
Alice PorterNice job, one step at a time. I hope you will share this on the TLAER site- or should I?2 months ago
Alice PorterOop! Never mind. See it on the site now!2 months ago   ·  1
Kathy Knarr Waters-Caleswonderful outcome!!!!! thanks for all you do!!!!!!2 months ago   ·  2
Norma Mayo-BaileyGreat job!2 months ago   ·  1
Kevin RichardsNice work folks!2 months ago   ·  1
Eileen WilliamsWell done!2 months ago   ·  1
Laurie HanahanGreat job! Love happy endings!2 months ago   ·  1
Stephen TurnerStrong work Doug Monaco.2 months ago   ·  1
Peggy SuarezAwesome work Doug. Love the good outcome.2 months ago   ·  1
Kimberly Fry ShrewsburyGreat job.2 months ago   ·  2
Chris FoxGreat job Little Fork !!!!!2 months ago   ·  1
Randy HigginsThis is an amazing service that you guys offer. I am totally impressed. Strong work Doug and crew!2 months ago   ·  3
Kathy Tyreman Foxwow----great job guys...I hope George stays away fom that creek ...2 months ago   ·  2
Pat DraperThis was an amazing rescue. I have horses and I often wonder how they would be rescued if something happened to them since they are so large. Wonderful crew you have!2 months ago   ·  1
Raf Barco-CalderonAnd how is "George" doing nowadays?3 weeks ago
Nancy Robey ColeGREAT.....3 weeks ago

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January 6, 2015 -- One of our old pumpers that was bought by an antique collector was recently "found" in New Hampshire. Looks like it is still in good shape! ... See MoreSee Less

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Penn GormanHow about old Tanker 9 - Is that still out there somewhere ?2 months ago
Ron BeardCan't see the attachment.2 months ago   ·  1
Raf Barco-CalderonMe either.3 weeks ago

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