House Fire on Harry Byrd Highway

Units from Blue Ridge Fire Company were called to the scene of a fire that occurred at approximately 10:30 a.m. February 19th, 2012. Crews were dispatched to a home located in the 3800 block of Harry Byrd Highway and upon arrival found a fire on the back side of residence. Firefighter immediately went to work to knock down the flames and additional crews were called in from Enders, Boyce, and Mt Weather as well as companies from Loudoun and Jefferson Counties.

MVC with Vehicle Fully Involved

Early Tuesday morning 8 and 21 called for vehicle fire. RE-8 responded with 5 and ambulance 8 followed. On arrival found passenger car fully involved as a result of crash.E-21 came with 4 and assisted with blocking on highway. Amb.-8 checked out driver of car who was uninjured.

This entry was posted on Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 at

Structure Fire 11430 Harry Byrd Hwy

Shortly after 20:00 Hours Stations 1, 8 , and Frederick 18 were dispatched for structure fire. RE -8 responded with 4 and Clarke advised multiple reports of structure fully involved. Captain 1 added Tanker 4 to assignment. Wagon 1 arrived and advised 2 story SFD well involved. They deployed 2 1/2 and advised RE-8 to establish water supply. Crews from RE-8 with the assistance of Winc. Chief 1 opened up walls to assist with knocking fire down. Thanks to our LCFR Brothers for filling our station during incident.


This entry was posted on Sunday, November 15th, 2009 at 10:

Structure Fire in Berryville


Structure Fire on Donn Lane

Company 1 and 8 dispatch for a chimney fire on Donn Lane.  Rescue engine 8 responded with 5.  Supplemental information from dispatch advised fire through the roof.  Chief 8 advised to upgrade assignment to a structure box.  On arrival command was transferred to Chief 8.  RE 8 set up water supply, and remaining crew of 3 went interior, pulled ceiling, and extinguished fire.  Second alarm brought engine and tanker 604 and engine 21.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, November 26th, 2008 at 1

Church Fire

Engine Co. 1, 8, and Frederick 18 was dispatched for a church fire fully involved. FCFR Engine 10 operating as engine 18 arrived first advising smoke visable from the alpha, delta side. Wagon 1 picked up their line, and established water supply. Chief 8 assigned water supply, Captain 8 assigned safety officer.  Wagon 8’s crew of four advanced a 2 1/2 inch line through side A holding the fire in quadrants C and D.


This entry was posted on Wednesday, November 26th, 2008 at 9:57 pm

Structure Fire at 207 E. Main Street in Berryville

On Wednesday, December 5, at 22:00 hours, Company 8 units were dispatched for a structure fire at 207 E. Main Street in Berryville. The crew from Rescue Engine 8 attempted to advance a 2 1/2 line until command evacuated the structure due to heavy fire in the ceiling area. Following evacuation, crews were split to provide protection on the Delta exposure. ALS 8’s vehicle was used as the initial command center. Attempts to fight the fire were complicated by a rupture in the gas main feeding the structure. Chief 1 (Sours) had command.