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April 26, 2015 - At 0141 hrs we were dispatched to assist Salem VFD with a trailer fire off of Homeland Road. Arriving units found a working fire with one occupant and two dogs evacuated and a report of one dog trapped inside. Crews quickly extinguished the fire and found the dog who we sadly must report had expired well before our arrival. Engine, Chief, Tanker, and Rescue Engine 9 responded to the scene. We left two members back to cover our EMS unit which remained in service during this event. Little Fork had a total of 14 members who turned out to assist. All of our units were back in service by 0530 hours. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Culpeper County Sheriffs Office. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mike BaileyThanks Doug Monaco for the help. Good job.18 hours ago   ·  2

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April 24, 2015 - At 05:56 we arrived to find this 14' trailer (full of hay) fully involved on Rixeyville Road near South Wales. Units quickly extinguished the fire and performed overhaul. Little Fork's Engine, Tanker and Ambulance 9 responded to this incident. Rappahannock's Engine Co. 1403 assisted. ... See MoreSee Less

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Yvonne HerbstWow . .that was really close to home. We're so fortunate to have you here3 days ago
Kevin GrimesProbably started with a flick of a cigarette out the window3 days ago   ·  1
Sue ChurchwellAt least the hay was still on a trailer rather than in a barn. While it certainly could have caught fire from a careless flick of a cigarette out the window, it might also have spontaneously combusted because it was baled with too much moisture left in it. Also possible was ignition caused by a trailer wheel/tire getting hot. Very glad and thankful for the 1st responders who got this under control quickly and no one was hurt!3 days ago   ·  3
Michele MonkMy bets a flicked butt too...because it's too early for hay making...3 days ago   ·  1
Tracey Vandermark MooreGreat job guys/gals!3 days ago   ·  1
Ellen Bergscary what damaged could have been done if it was in a barn2 days ago

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April 22, 2015 - Four of our members were recognized at a graduation ceremony held at Salem VFD. These personnel successfully passed the Commonwealth of Virginia's Firefighter Level I course and three of them certified as Firefighter Level II. They also attended and passed the Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations course. The classes started eight months ago and concluded with the testing process a week ago. These individuals volunteered over 300 hours of their time to become certified. Our fire and rescue company would like to acknowledge the commitment of time and perseverance of these individuals towards the safety and protection of our community! Pictured below (from L to R) are FF I Ed Culbert, FF II Kyle Staples, Chief Monaco, FF II Jared Anderson and FF II Donald Hough. ... See MoreSee Less

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Donnie HoughThanks to my family, Chief Monaco and my station family for supporting me through it. Couldn't have done it without all of you. I'm sure the others feel the same4 days ago   ·  2
Susan SmithCongratulations!4 days ago
Alice PorterGo Little Fork!4 days ago
Edward CulbertAbsolutely. Well said, Donnie. Chief and the Little Fork community are some of the best folks I've come across, and we're lucky to have that kinda support. What a great opportunity. Thanks for all the effort and advice, Chief. You've definitely helped guide us through the fray, yet again!3 days ago
Rebecca Gimenezawesome!3 days ago   ·  1
Megan Revis FrederickWay to go! Thank you for all you arevdoing for Culpeper!!!3 days ago
Ellen Bergcongrats to all and thank you for choosing to do this2 days ago

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Tracy AdamsGreat pic. :)3 days ago

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April 18, 2015 - Little Fork held our first benefit trail ride. The event was a huge success!! We would like to thank Three Oaks Farm for hosting the event and the numerous volunteers that worked so hard to prepare and run the event. Squeaky Pig Bar-B-Que provided a wonderful meal for everyone!! We look forward to seeing everyone in the fall. ... See MoreSee Less

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Stephanie FordWhere will the photos from the ride be posted?3 days ago

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April 17, 2015 - At approximately 0300 we were dispatched to an auto collision on Rt 229 south of our station. This vehicle struck a deer and thankfully, there were no injuries......Ambulance, Chief, Rescue Engine and Rescue 9 responded. ... See MoreSee Less

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