Engine 704, Tanker 704, Car 704 with our hazmat trailer along with other Powhatan County resources are on the scene of a serious accident on Route 288. The northbound lanes are closed for Medflight to land. Please avoid the area.
Courtesy of Powhatan Fire RescueAt approximately 10:15pm on Monday, September 6, 2021, the Powhatan Public Safety Communications Department received a call for a house fire in the 3500 block of Archers Hill, in a subdivision located near the intersection of Maidens Road and Huguenot Trail.
Earlier this morning, Engine 704 was on scene with a MVA on Huguenot Trail near Route 288. There was a single vehicle pulling a dump trailer that ran off the road and struck a tree. One person was transported to the hospital.
Our Hazmat unit was dispatched to the western part of the county to assist in control and cleanup of fluids leaking from the vehicle. There was an overturned tractor trailer blocking Anderson Highway completely with significant fluids leaking.
Fine Creek Fire Department responded to a structure fire in our district along with other resources from Powhatan Fire and Rescue. Engine 704 was first on the scene and made a quick attack on a fire in the garage and saved the home from catching on fire.
Late this afternoon, Brush 704 and Tanker 704, along with other Powhatan Fire units responded to a brush fire in our district. Brush 704 was first on the scene and made a quick stop to the fire. The Virginia Department of Forestry bulldozer was on it’s way, but was not needed.
Tonight, Engine 704 and EMS 704 responded to 3200 block of Huguenot Trail for a motor vehicle accident with entrapment. When Company 4 arrived on scene, our crew quickly went to work to extricate the patient.
Yesterday evening, Company 4 Fine Creek Volunteer Fire Department along with resources from Company 1 and Company 2, was dispatched to a reported structure fire in our district on Judes Ferry Road. Engine 704 (with 5) was the first arriving engine and found the fire had been extinguished by the home...
This morning we were dispatched to a reported structure fire in Huguenot Volunteer Fire Department's district. Company 4 - Fine Creek responded with Engine 704, Tanker 404 and Car 704 with a total of 6 volunteers.
Engine 704, Tanker 704, Car 704 with our hazmat trailer along with other Powhatan County resources are on the scene of a serious accident on Route 288. The northbound lanes are closed for Medflight to land.
Fire Creek VFD Engine 704 and Tanker 704 responded to Goodwyn Road along with Companies 1,2, and Fire Administration for a reported structure fire caused by a lightning strike to the chimney. There was extensive damage to the residence, but no active fire or resident injuries.
On Tuesday, July 21 at 2:38 a.m., Engine 704 and Tanker 704 along with units from Company 2 - Huguenot and Company 1 were dispatched to a reported structure fire in Huguenot's district. First arriving units found a light haze of smoke in the residence and more smoke in the crawl space.
Engine 704 and Tanker 704 along with other Powhatan Fire and Rescue units were dispatched tonight to a reported structure fire on Highland Drive. Upon arrival, we found an electrical box arcing in the residence.
We were just a little late starting our neighborhood run last night as we responded to a motor vehicle accident on Judes Ferry Road. Engine 704 and Car 4 responded and found a single vehicle overturned and off the road.