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2017 Incidents
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February 11
March 11
April 8
May 9
June 7
July 12
August 9
September 10
October 11
November 18
December 10
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2018 Incidents
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February 3
March 6
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May 21
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2016 Incidents
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Mar 10
Apr 14
May 7
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Aug 15
Sep 6
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Nov 15
Dec 2
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No Caption HFFD Trains at the former Nicole's Property

Chief Erik Smith, July 17

Tuesday's heat didn't keep HFFD members from taking advantage of a rare opportunity to train in a building slated for demolition. The HFFD held two seperate drills in the evening and at night drilling on Commercial Fires, Forcible Entry, Stretching Hose Lines, and Vertical Ventilation. The HFFD would like to thank The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for permission to use the building. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Congratulations Ryan

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, July 06

On Friday, July 5th, at 10:00 a.m. former HFFD Captain Ryan Gibson completed the recruit training with the Prince William County Fire Department and attended the graduation ceremony for Recruit Class 2019-1 held at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas. Battalion Chief Chris Granger presided over the ceremony.

Class 2019-1 consisted of Fire and Rescue Technicians who successfully completed ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Fireworks: Dangerous and Illegal

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, June 30

Over 30,000 fires are caused by fireworks each year and U.S. hospital emergency rooms treat an estimated 8,700 people for fireworks-related injuries. Nearly two-thirds of fireworks-related injuries are caused by backyard fireworks, including firecrackers and bottle rockets. The most severe injuries are typically caused by powerful fireworks, such as M-80's, rockets, and cherry bombs.

According to ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Volunteers Needed

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, June 20

In addition to the personal rewards of special service to the community, volunteer firefighters enjoy several tangible benefits. Tax breaks, tuition reimbursement and paid health checkups are only a start. You also enter an environment where you receive invaluable training, experience working with a team and leadership opportunities. You become a part of a centuries-old legacy that you can be proud ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Summer Safety

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, June 17

Summer is the time to enjoy vacations, camping, picnics and the Fourth of July; however, summertime also brings fires and burn
injuries due to fireworks and outdoor cooking. Know how to prevent a burn while you enjoy outdoor activity this summer.

Wear short sleeves or roll them up when cooking on the grill.
Use long-handled barbecue tools.
Keep a 3-foot safe zone around grills, fire pits and campfires.
Attend ... (Full Story)


 
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