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Wed. Feb 3rd 2016
Buck Mountain Rd & Simmons Gap Rd MVA

Battalion Chief 12, Chief 40, Chief 41, Engine 41, Engine 121, Medic 12, and Squad 133 were dispatched for a single...

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Tue. Feb 2nd 2016
Buck Mountain Rd MVA

Engine 41 and Medic 4 were dispatched for a trauma level MVA, vehicle roll over, with all occupants out. While en route, ECC ...

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Mon. Jan 4th 2016
MVA 3684 Earlysville Rd

Dispatched for a MVA with possible entrapment.  Engine 121 arrived on scene to find a single vehicle MVA with no injurie...

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Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company
PO Box 104
Earlysville, VA. 22936
Non-Emergency: 434-973-8862
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Live Burn - Shiffletts Mill Road
Sat. Jun 5th 2010
On June 5th, members from Earlysville VFC along with Crozet VFD conducted a live burn of an abandoned house on Shiffletts Mill Road in the Northwestern section of Albemarle County. Station 4 members trained on both interior and exterior fire attack, with all the crews getting two inside rotations. Units on scene included EVFC E-41, T-49, HM-47, C-40, C-48, Crozet E-56, B-55, U-59, C-50, and WARS M-503 (cross staffed by EVFC medic). A special thanks to Crozet Chief 52 for getting everything in order for the burn to happen. Another HUGE thanks to Station 8 (Seminole Trail) for bringing E-85 and a 4 person crew to cover Company 4's first due so that all members could participate. A great time was had by all, and this provided all members with an excellent training opportunity! (Photos Courtesy of Nathan Murphy and Samie George)
Flames reflecting on Tanker 49
FFs Mitchell Shifflett and Andrew "Legs" Farber-Miller with the house in the background
Flames showing Side A
FFs Mirra and Murphy attempting to carry the nearly 7ft FF "Legs"...
FF Taylor demonstrating the proper use of eye pro...
FFs Pritchard and Mirra with BC Kaplan protecting the exposures (keeping the heat away from the trucks!)