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Sunday, March 9, 2014 14:20
Station 4 (Atlantic) & 20 (Oakhall) were dispatched for reported MVC with injury at the intersection of Hallwood Road and Lankford Highway. Chief 4 (Grant) assumed command of the incident confirming entrapment. Station 20 (Oakhall) was realerted for a second EMS unit and station 6 (Bloxom) was added for EMS and engine (2nd Tool) response. Sprint 1 & DPS 3 (Lewis) were also on the initial response. VSP handled the investigation.
Thursday, February 27, 2014 0524 hours
Stations 12 (Painter), 10 (Melfa), 9 (Onancock) and 13 (Community) were dispatched for a residential structure fire at 15490 Ethel Lane, near Painter. Engine 12-5 arrived on location to find a working fire in a one-story single family dwelling. Chief 12 (W. Campbell) established command. The residence sustained heavy fire damage. There were no injuries. The Virginia State Police is investigating the cause of the fire.
Units on scene: (Painter) Engine 12-5; (Melfa) Tanker 108, Ambulance 102; (Onancock) Engine 9-5, Tanker 9-7, Ambulance 9-1; (Community) Tanker 13-7.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 1325 hours
Stations 18 (Onley), 8 (Tasley), 9 (Onancock), 10 (Melfa), 11 (Wachapreage) and Worcester Tower 1 (Pocomoke City, MD) in place of Ladder 9 were dispatched for a commercial structure fire at 20236 Badger Lane in Onley, the Eastern Shore Rural Health (Onley Medical Center). Chief 18 (W. Ferguson) arrived on location to find evacuation of the building in progress, with the occupants advising of a odor of smoke within the building. After further investigation, command held units from Onley and Onancock, all other units were placed in service.
Units on scene: (Onley) Engine 18-3; (Onancock) Engine 95, Tanker 97, Ambulance 91, Unit 99; (Tasley) Engine 8-5.
Sunday, February 23, 2014 14:51
Station 6 (Bloxom) was dispatched for a reported woods fire at 25394 Guards Shore Road. Engine 6-4 arrived on scene reporting the fire had spread to a field. Due to an extended response time for Tanker 6-7 & Brush-6 from a control burn on Saxis Road, Station 7 (Parksley) was alerted for brush-7.
Sunday, February 23, 2014
Station 5 (Saxis) conducted a controled burn of an abandoned residental structure at the request of the home owner. The structure was located on Saxis Road in the town of Sanford. Station 6 (Bloxom) where asked to assist with the burn.
Friday, February 14, 2014 08:11
Station 6 (Bloxom) was dispatched for a Hazardous Condition. Engine 6-4 & Medic 6-0 were advised to staged on Lankford Highway in Gargatha along with Haz-mat units from the Eastern Shore Regional Team. Units were later brought to the scene of a meth lab raid. Crews set-up and preformed De-con on 5 occupants from the residence. Medic 7-2 was called to the scene and transported 3 patients to RSMH for evaluation. Accomack County Sheriff's Office and the Department of social services were also on scene.
Friday, February 14, 2014
Station 7 (Parksley) was dispatched to a MVC with property damage near the intersection of Parksley Road and Seymore Lane. Units arrived on location to find two vehicles involved, with no injuries. Deputy Chief 7 had command. Virginia State Police and Randy's Service Center were also on location.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 11:11
Station 7 (Parksley) was dispatched for a reported vehicle fire on Hart Drive just outside of Parksley town limits. Engine 7-5 arrived on scene reporting vehicle fully involved. Deputy Chief Marshall had the command.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Station 6 (Bloxom) was dispatched for an overturned vehicle on Main Street in the town of Hallwood. There were no injuries and VSP handled the investigation.
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