Category Archives: Incidents

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15
6550 Riley Road, Warrenton

The New Baltimore Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department hosts a day full of food, tours of the station, live demonstrations of emergency
medical, rescue, and firefighting equipment, moon bounces and other activities. The Aircare 1 helicopter, Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office and Virginia State Police will also be present. Free event for the whole family.

NBVFRC Member Saves Co-Worker

September 23rd, 2015 — Kevin Ege, an active volunteer with our station was able to use his EMT skills at his full time job. Kevin’s coworkers at Akamai Technologies in Reston, alerted him to a medical emergency involving one of their own.

As Kevin’s training went to work he grabbed the newly purchased Automated External Defibrillator (AED). He assessed his coworker and determined he wasn’t breathing and had no pulse. Kevin directed employees to begin CPR while he setup the AED. Employees were unable to alert 9-1-1 for some time due to a problem with the phone system.

After delivering a shock to his Co-worker another employee was able to reach 9-1-1 on his cell phone. By the time the ambulance had arrived, Kevin and his fellow employees succeeded in their efforts and their coworker was alert and breathing on his own, and was able to return to work on the 14th.

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Structure Fire – Box 1007

Oct 17th, 1738 hrs units responded for a structure fire in box 1007. Incoming units were informed by a Sheriff’s Office Deputy the fire was out. The fire was contained to the kitchen area, crews checked for extension and extinguished some hot spots. DFREM Battalion 1 held command for the incident. Co.10 units remained on scene for about 40 minutes ventilating and cleaning up. No one was displaced by the fire and Co.10 units cleared just after 1820 hrs.

Units Responded: W10,E10, W7, W1, E505, K1, R1, BNF 1


On May 16 @ 0535hrs, Fire and rescue crews from New Baltimore Volunteer Fire Company and Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company were dispatched for a water rescue on Baldwin Street.  Crews successfully rescued a driver of the vehicle stuck in the rapidly moving water.  This is a frequent location for water rescues, please avoid this area during periods of heavy rain. Crews successfully rescued two people from the same location last year earning some crew members on-scene an award for valor. We remind everybody to not drive through water in the roadways as many water rescues can be avoided, turn around, don’t drown.


On Monday 12 @ 0554hrs, Dispatched for a reported auto accident with entrapment. Crews from New Baltimore arrived on-scene to find all occupants outside the vehicles walking around. Additional units on the initial dispatched were placed in service. One person transported with non-life threatening injuries. Beverleys Mill Road was shutdown to through traffic until vehicles were removed from the roadway.


On May 6, 2014 @ 1006hrs: Engine 10 and Ambulance 10 were dispatched for a vehicle accident in the area of Lee Highway and Beverlys Mill Road.  After arriving on scene crews found two vehicles in opposing ditches on the side of Beverlys Mill Road. E10 secured the scene by blocking traffic to Beverlys Mill Road. A10 checked patients with Medic 1, one patient was transported and the other refused transport. E1 arrived and assist with traffic control, blocking the right lane of traffic on route 29 Northbound.

Units: E10, A10, M1, and E1


Sunday May 4th @ 1532hrs, dispatched for a two vehicle accident near the intersection of Lee Highway and Vint Hill Road. Crews arrived on-scene to find heavy rear end damage to the first vehicle, minor fender damage to a pickup truck which was towing a small front loader. The trailer had buckled under the heavy load subsequent to the auto accident. Virginia State Police assisted blocking traffic as the driver was allowed to remove the vehicle and trailer from the roadway.

Vehicle In Lake – Box 1006 – Brookside Pkwy

On April 29th, 2014 @ 1908hrs – Company 10 was dispatched for an unconscious person on the side of the road. After arriving on-scene it was discovered the person was involved in a vehicle accident. Crews attended to the patient and assisted EMS personnel on-scene. The vehicle in question had apparently lost control and ran over a fire hydrant which was knocked 30-50 feet from its original location. The vehicle then ran down an embankment, across a field, up another embankment into the lake on the other side which was approximately 150-200 yards from where the vehicle apparently first lost control. WSA was made aware of the incident. Rescue 1 was initially dispatched but placed in service once determined no other occupants were in the vehicle. Response 10 was sent back to the station to obtain absorbent pads and booms. The vehicle was half submerged up to the bottom of the windows in the lake approximately 10 feet from the bank. Engine 10 and Response 10 crews used one of the booms and two dozen absorbent pads along the lake edge and in an overflow drainage ditch to contain the oil leak into the water. A tow truck was dispatched and arrived on scene but was unable to gain access to the vehicle due to the wet ground and weather conditions. The scene was turned over to Fauquier County Sheriffs office.

Units: E10, RES10, M1, R1
Photos provided by Firefighter Matt Tingle

Traffic Accident – Box 1001 – Rt. 29 N

At approximately 0900 hours on February 26, 2014 Company and Station 10 were dispatched for a traffic accident with rollover on rt. 29 northbound. Medic 10 and Engine 10 responded with a total of 7 personnel. Units arrived on scene to find one vehicle had been t-boned and was on its side. Engine 10 crew performed traffic control and controlled leaking fuel and Medic 10 transported two patients to Fauquier Hospital.

Structure Fire – Box 0105 – S. 4th St.

Monday, February  17th @ 13:20 hrs – Company 10 was dispatched to South 4th street in the Town of Warrenton for a working structure fire.  Upon arrival, Wagon 10’s crew assisted Company 1 with fire attack operations on the 1st floor of the structure.   After the fire was out, the crews from New Baltimore conducted a large overhaul operation in order to make sure there were no hidden fires in the walls of the old, wood-framed house.

Units: E1, E19, E10, E02, E7, E3, T1, M1, M1-2, C1

Traffic Accident – Box 1001 – Lee Highway/Snow Hill

Wednesday, January 22nd: Station 10 and Medic 10 were dispatched for traffic accident- SUV vs. snow plow tractor on Lee Highway Southbound lanes near Snow Hill.  Engine 10 provided traffic control and clean up.  The driver of the SUV was transported to a local hospital by Medic 10.   Plow operator was slightly injured but denied medical transport. Due to extra weight, the plow had to be removed from the tractor before it could be towed.

Units: E10 and M10

Structure Fire – Box 0506 – Rokeby Rd

Monday, Jan 6th, 2013 @ 0300hrs: Tanker 10 was called upon to respond to Rokeby Rd in Delaplane to a working structure fire. Upon arrival K10 and it’s crew assisted in supplying the fire attack crews with water. Other units from central and northern Fauquier, Warren, and Loudoun Counties were involved in the fire attack and water supply operations. K10 cleared at approximately 0430 hours.

Structure Fire Commercial – Box 1020 – Greenwich Inn

Sunday, January 5th 2014 @ 2309hrs: We were alerted for a report of a structure fire at the Greenwich Inn in Vint Hill. Wagon 10, Engine 10, AC10, and Ambulance 10-2 responded. Wagon 10 arrived on scene to single story motel with smoke pushing from the roof vents and gable vents. After forcing entry to the lobby area, they encountered heavy smoke conditions. Upon further investigation by the crew they located the source as a burnt up electrical panel with extension into the surrounding wall. The fire was extinguished and after extensive overhaul units went ready at 0045.

Units: W10, E10, AC10,Amb 10-2, E1,E7,T1, W19— Mutual Aid: Engine and Battalion 525