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 74 4 8
Oct 46 1 11
Total 712 21 145

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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Smithfield Helps out in Hatteras

Captain Gregory Sellers, October 21

In the early morning hours of Weds Oct. 19, 4 SVFD members (Lt. J. Callis, FF/Engineer C. Hassell, FF J. Parker, FF. R Smith) left to assist the Hatteras FD and the citizens of Hatteras Island in their recovery after Hurricane Matthew. Members assisted in clearing out houses, checking water damage and providing staffing at the Hatteras FD. Members also assisted about 5 families after they lost 90% ... (Full Story & Photos)

Running Lines at Rushmere Worker

Captain Gregory Sellers, October 11

At 1605 hrs on October 11 the bells sounded for a working garage fire in Rushmere, Station 50 second due area. Heavy smoke was visible while responding and Rushmere confirmed a fully involved garage upon their arrival. 502 (Hackney) assisted with command as Engine 50 and Engine 51 assisted with fire extinguishment and overhaul operations. Once the fire was placed under control, command released ... (Full Story & Photos)

Waterworks Rd MVA with Fatality

Captain Gregory Sellers, October 11

In the late evening hours of Oct 9, Station 50 crews responded to an MVA with reported entrapment. Units arrived on scene to find a single vehicle MVA with heavy damage, further investigation also found one pt. was trapped and unfortunately deceased. Crews remained on scene with Virginia State Police, respectfully extricated the victim and cleared the scene after their investigation.... (Full Story & Photos)

Rapid Intervention Training Monday

Lieutenant Gregory Sellers, October 04

Oct 3 drill which was led by Lt's Gray, Callis and Chief Engineer/Firefighter Balius consisted of "saving our own" skills. These skills (Mask changes, SCBA Trans-fill and buddy breathing) though rarely used, could mean the difference between life or death for a firefighter in a MayDay situation. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Smithfield Vol. Fire Department First Annual "Hook & Can" Class.

Captain Jason Koepke, September 29

This class will cover VEIS, Search & Rescue, and LIVE FIRE evolutions in our can confidence box working with the 2 1/2 gallon water can. This class will be an eight hour class from 8:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m on November 19, 2016 located at 1804 S.Church Street Smithfield, Va 23430 and the cost is $75.00 per student. Go to and click on class registration to register.

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