Recent Calls
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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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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Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company
PO Box 104
Earlysville, VA. 22936
Non-Emergency: 434-973-8862
Emergency: 911
Old Engine 41 Says Goodbye
Fri. Sep 3rd 2010
On September 3rd, 2010, Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company's Engine 41 said goodbye. The Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company placed Engine 41 in service in 1993. She has served the Earlysville community very well over the past 17 years. During her service, Engine 41 has responded to thousands of calls in Albemarle County. If you ask any of our members, most can tell you a story about this truck. We are very proud of this truck. Engine 41 was known throughout Albemarle County as the strongest pumping truck that was in service through out these past 17 years. In fact, we were spoiled by her, because we never had to work very hard to pull a draft with the pump. Although we are sad to see her go, we are glad that she will be used and taken care of by a newly formed Fire Department in Wisconsin.