On November 1st, 2014 at 13:26 hrs, Company 10 unites were dispatched to Chestnut Oak Ln for a stove fire reported to be out. Upon arrival, crews made sure there was no additional fire hidden in the walls of the structure. After conducting ventilation and overhaul operations, all units cleared without further incident.
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
Tuesday, January 21, 2014 @1625hrs: Dispatched to Kingschase Lane for a working kitchen fire in The Plains. K-10 set up water supply in the town of Marshall. E-10’s crew arrived on scene and help other crews with salvage and overhaul operations.
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.
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