Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department
Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department
Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department
Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department

2016 Incidents
Month Runs Fires MVA
Jan 79 3 20
Feb 63 1 11
Mar 78 4 16
Apr 85 1 15
May 72 0 18
Jun 72 2 14
Jul 82 3 19
Aug 61 2 13
Sep 54 4 8
Total 646 20 134

Previous Years
Year Runs Fires MVA
2015 910 14 209
2014 647 22 187
2013 587 22 157
2012 546 - -
2011 600 - -

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3rd Working Fire for Hamtown

Lieutenant Gregory Sellers, September 17

On Thursday 9/13 at 2334 hrs units from Smithfield 50, Rushmere 30 and Isle Wight Rescue Squad responded to a working vacant residential structure fire on Mill Swamp Rd. Smithfield 503 (Savage) arrived and assumed command with heavy fire conditions in an old vacant one story structure. Access to the structure and a no water zone presented a challenge as crews began fire suppression operations under ... (Full Story & Photos)

Smithfield goes to work in the second due

Lieutenant Gregory Sellers, September 15

For the second time in 24hrs Smithfield units were responding to a working fire. This fire, on Clydes Lane in Windsor came in at 0951 Weds Sept. 14 bringing Engine 51 with a crew of 3. Engine 51 arrived on scene with Windsor units already at work and were assigned to assist with water supply and fire suppression, Engine 51 cleared the scene in under an hour... (Full Story & Photos)

Working Fire on Buckingham Way

Lieutenant Gregory Sellers, September 15

On Tuesday evening September 13 at 1911hrs a reported structure fire was dispatched bringing units from Smithfield VFD, Carrollton VFD and Isle of Wight Rescue. Smithfield 502 (Hackney) arrived to find a detached shed/garage fully involved. 51 Engine arrived, dropped a supply line and began fire attack. The fire was quickly brought under control and other units assisted with overhaul and final ... (Full Story & Photos)

Smithfield Remembers 9-11 sacrifices

Lieutenant Gregory Sellers, September 11

On this day 15 years ago, our way of life was changed forever by the catastrophic events in New York City, The Pentagon and Shanksville Pa. Please take a moment today to reflect on those events and the sacrifices suffered by thousands that morning and still suffering today. The Officers and members of the Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department mourn the loss of our brother firefighters that morning ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Extrication in the First Due

Lieutenant Gregory Sellers, September 07

On Wednesday Sept. 7 at 1449 hrs, units from Station 50 and Isle of Wight Rescue Squad (Station 60) responded to a reported MVA with possible entrapment. Upon arrival, units found one pt. trapped in an SUV on its side; crews quickly went to work stabilizing the vehicle with struts and performing a partial roof removal to extricate the pt. The Pt. was turned over to EMS and transported to Station ... (Full Story & Photos)


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