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Sat. Jun 4th 2016
MVA on Simmons Gap road

Dispatched for an MVA on Simmons Gap road with a possible entrapment and downed power lines.  Arrived on scene at 17:16 ...

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Fri. Jun 3rd 2016
MVA on Buck Mountain Road

Arrived on scene at 22:20 to find a single vehicle blocking both lanes on Buck Mountain road.  Engine 41 stayed on ...

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Fri. Apr 29th 2016
MVC In the Area of 5514 Free Union Rd

At 0542 hours on April 29, 2016, multiple units from the county were dispatched for reports of a commercial structure fire in...

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Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company
PO Box 104
Earlysville, VA. 22936
Non-Emergency: 434-973-8862
Emergency: 911
Haz-Mat Situation in the Research Park
Wed. Sep 8th 2010
At 0913, the Haz-Mat box was transmitted at the UVA Research Park for a suspicious white powder substance found on a piece of mail. Additional comments were that the individual who had initially handled the letter now had a burning sensation from where they had come into contact with it. Responding on the run were Engines 121, 45 and 7 (City Haz-Mat Engine), Tower 88, Haz-Mat 47, CFD Haz-Mat 1 (Regional Team), Chiefs 11 and 80, CFD Training 1 (Haz-Mat Assignment) and FM11 along with ACPD. Engine 121 and 45's crew evacuated the rest of the building and set up a perimeter. The incident was then turned over to the city Haz-Mat team. One subject was transported for evaluation and the substance was packaged and sent to the lab for analysis. CBS19 Story: http://www.newsplex.com/home/headlines/102442094.html
Charlottesville Fire Haz-Mat 1 operating on the scene