Loudoun County Fire and Rescue

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Official Page Loudoun County Fire and Rescue The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System represents a combined effort of volunteers and career employees who respond to emergency incidents 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.
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We are an all-hazards system and our principal goal is to provide the highest level of efficient and professional emergency fire and rescue service possible. We operate from 20 stations, providing a full range of emergency response to the citizens of Loudoun County and the seven incorporated Towns. By way of reciprocal mutual aid agreements, services are also provided to the Loudoun County's neigh

We are an all-hazards system and our principal goal is to provide the highest level of efficient and professional emergency fire and rescue service possible. We operate from 20 stations, providing a full range of emergency response to the citizens of Loudoun County and the seven incorporated Towns. By way of reciprocal mutual aid agreements, services are also provided to the Loudoun County's neigh

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07/03/2021
Super Safe Loudoun Presents Bike Safety

Bike 🚴‍♀️ riding and the 4th of July go together like pie 🥧 and ice cream🍦. Watch this video and stay safe while out enjoying one of #Loudoun's many bike trails.

#SuperSafeLoudoun #Bike #Bicycle #Happy4thofJuly

There are many amazing professional fireworks displays taking place across our region. We encourage you to join the chal...
07/02/2021

There are many amazing professional fireworks displays taking place across our region. We encourage you to join the challenge and have a fireworks free 4th of July and celebrate your 4th of July at one of the professional displays.

Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

#4thofjuly #fireworks

There are many amazing professional fireworks displays taking place across our region. We encourage you to join the challenge and have a fireworks free 4th of July and celebrate your 4th of July at one of the professional displays.

Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

#4thofjuly #fireworks

We are under a severe thunderstorm watch until 8pm and parts of #Loudoun are under a flash flood watch until 2pm. Please...
07/01/2021
Turn Around Don't Drown PSA

We are under a severe thunderstorm watch until 8pm and parts of #Loudoun are under a flash flood watch until 2pm. Please stay safe and remember Turn Around Don't Drown!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eI6mIlHKrVY

#turnarounddontdrown

Never Drive or Walk into Flood Waters - Turn Around Don’t Drown! Flooding is one of the leading causes of weather related fatalities in the U.S. On average, ...

This 4th of July don't drink and drive. If you don't have a sober driver, Washington Regional Alcohol Program is offerin...
07/01/2021

This 4th of July don't drink and drive. If you don't have a sober driver, Washington Regional Alcohol Program is offering #SoberRide this 4th of July.

Learn more and stay safe at www.SoberRide.com

Nearly 40-percent of U.S. traffic deaths on Independence Day involve drunk drivers (38%, NHTSA, 2015-2019).

This July 4th, designate a sober driver or use WRAP’s #SoberRide! 🎆 SoberRide.com

As we approach the 4th of July weekend please keep these important safety tips from U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commiss...
07/01/2021
CPSC Fireworks Safety Demo 2019

As we approach the 4th of July weekend please keep these important safety tips from U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in mind. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8OOI4G8tX4

Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

#CelebrateSafely #4thofjuly2021

This 4th of July remember even legal fireworks can cause serious injury if they're not used properly. When celebrating k...
06/29/2021

This 4th of July remember even legal fireworks can cause serious injury if they're not used properly. When celebrating keep these safety tips in mind.

Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

#Happy4thOfJuly

This 4th of July remember even legal fireworks can cause serious injury if they're not used properly. When celebrating keep these safety tips in mind.

Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

#Happy4thOfJuly

Today is a beautiful day for the pool. Keep these safety tips in mind while in and around water. #poolsafety #WaterSafet...
06/27/2021

Today is a beautiful day for the pool. Keep these safety tips in mind while in and around water. #poolsafety #WaterSafety

Today is a beautiful day for the pool. Keep these safety tips in mind while in and around water. #poolsafety #WaterSafety

The first fireworks show in our area will be this Sunday, June 27. 🎆Fireworks cause thousands of serious injuries every ...
06/26/2021

The first fireworks show in our area will be this Sunday, June 27. 🎆

Fireworks cause thousands of serious injuries every year that send adults and children to the emergency room. We encourage you to stay safe by attending one or more of the professional firework 🎆 displays taking place in our area. Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

#Fireworks #fireworksshow #FireworksSafety

The first fireworks show in our area will be this Sunday, June 27. 🎆

Fireworks cause thousands of serious injuries every year that send adults and children to the emergency room. We encourage you to stay safe by attending one or more of the professional firework 🎆 displays taking place in our area. Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

#Fireworks #fireworksshow #FireworksSafety

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue is seeking qualified applicants to join our internal technology and application managemen...
06/24/2021
Vacancy Announcement: RECORDS SYSTEM AND SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR - Loudoun County

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue is seeking qualified applicants to join our internal technology and application management team as a full-time Records System and Security Administrator!

Learn more at https://bit.ly/3h1fp0H

#Hiring

Loudoun County Fire and Rescue (LCFR) is a combination career/volunteer organization comprised of approximately 700 employees and 800 active operational and administrative volunteers. The Department is a growing organization that serves a large and diverse population located 30 miles northwest of Wa...

Can you pass this grill safety quiz? Watch this National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) video and see if you know ho...
06/24/2021
Learn Some Grilling Safety Tips from NFPA

Can you pass this grill safety quiz? Watch this National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) video and see if you know how to grill safely. #SuperSafeLoudoun

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AYBZzLDO04&t=51s

#GrillingSafety #grillingseason

Each year, approximately 9,500 people are burned from grill fires or hot grills. To help keep you and your loved ones safe, NFPA® tests your knowledge and de...

Loudoun County Fire Marshal's attribute the cause of Monday’s house fire in Sterling to a malfunction within a charging ...
06/22/2021

Loudoun County Fire Marshal's attribute the cause of Monday’s house fire in Sterling to a malfunction within a charging electric scooter.

7 residents displaced, damages to home/contents = $712k with $30k damages to neighboring home. Two civilians evaluated and released on scene for minor smoke inhalation, one firefighter transported for heat related illness.

More info and safety tips...
https://www.loudoun.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=6728

06/19/2021

Thanks to Captain Lantz and O2X Human Performance: Tactical Athlete Training & Education for taking the health, safety and well-being of our first responders so seriously!

The chains that held back individuals from each other were finally broken with the abolition of slavery. Juneteenth will...
06/19/2021

The chains that held back individuals from each other were finally broken with the abolition of slavery. Juneteenth will forever be a milestone event in the history of the USA.

We wish you a Happy #Juneteenth!

The chains that held back individuals from each other were finally broken with the abolition of slavery. Juneteenth will forever be a milestone event in the history of the USA.

We wish you a Happy #Juneteenth!

Are you planning on firing up the grill this weekend? Remember to keep children and pets at least 3 feet away from the g...
06/18/2021

Are you planning on firing up the grill this weekend? Remember to keep children and pets at least 3 feet away from the grill area.

#SuperSafeLoudoun #GrillingSeason

Are you planning on firing up the grill this weekend? Remember to keep children and pets at least 3 feet away from the grill area.

#SuperSafeLoudoun #GrillingSeason

This 4th of July, LC-CFRS encourages residents to attend professional fireworks shows instead of using consumer firework...
06/17/2021

This 4th of July, LC-CFRS encourages residents to attend professional fireworks shows instead of using consumer fireworks on your own. Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

This 4th of July, LC-CFRS encourages residents to attend professional fireworks shows instead of using consumer fireworks on your own. Visit bit.ly/4thofjulyLC for important safety info, a list of upcoming fireworks shows, permissible fireworks, and approved stands.

Our summer is heating up. Remember to get out of the water if you hear thunder or see lightning. Click on our flyer to s...
06/17/2021

Our summer is heating up. Remember to get out of the water if you hear thunder or see lightning. Click on our flyer to see other important water safety tips to keep you and your loved ones safe.

#WaterSafety

Our summer is heating up. Remember to get out of the water if you hear thunder or see lightning. Click on our flyer to see other important water safety tips to keep you and your loved ones safe.

#WaterSafety

In this hot weather that we have been having mulch can easily catch on fire. Please read and share the attached flyer to...
06/16/2021

In this hot weather that we have been having mulch can easily catch on fire. Please read and share the attached flyer to help us prevent mulch and landscaping fires in #LoudounCounty.

Click on the image to see the whole flyer.

#SuperSafeLoudoun

In this hot weather that we have been having mulch can easily catch on fire. Please read and share the attached flyer to help us prevent mulch and landscaping fires in #LoudounCounty.

Click on the image to see the whole flyer.

#SuperSafeLoudoun

Did you know we also have a YouTube channel full of fun and educational videos? One of our most popular videos is our Am...
06/15/2021

Did you know we also have a YouTube channel full of fun and educational videos?

One of our most popular videos is our Ambulance Tour. Check it and the rest of your YouTube channel out at https://bit.ly/3zcPGuk

Did you know we also have a YouTube channel full of fun and educational videos?

One of our most popular videos is our Ambulance Tour. Check it and the rest of your YouTube channel out at https://bit.ly/3zcPGuk

Happy Flag Day!Can you guess which LC-CFRS station has this flag? Let us know your guesses in the comments below!Loudoun...
06/14/2021

Happy Flag Day!

Can you guess which LC-CFRS station has this flag? Let us know your guesses in the comments below!

Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756 Loudoun County Volunteer Fire-Rescue

Happy Flag Day!

Can you guess which LC-CFRS station has this flag? Let us know your guesses in the comments below!

Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756 Loudoun County Volunteer Fire-Rescue

Finally a nice day! If your enjoying today's beautiful weather by grilling, please keep these important safety tips in m...
06/12/2021

Finally a nice day! If your enjoying today's beautiful weather by grilling, please keep these important safety tips in mind.

#GrillingSafety

Finally a nice day! If your enjoying today's beautiful weather by grilling, please keep these important safety tips in mind.

#GrillingSafety

Several members of our Swift Water Team were recently in South Bend, Indiana for the International Association of Water ...
06/11/2021

Several members of our Swift Water Team were recently in South Bend, Indiana for the International Association of Water Rescue Professionals - IAWRP Symposium to train and expand their swift water rescue capabilities.

We still have a few slots open for our blood drive tomorrow. Help us make a life saving difference here in Northern Virg...
06/10/2021

We still have a few slots open for our blood drive tomorrow. Help us make a life saving difference here in Northern Virginia, by donating tomorrow with Inova Blood Donor Services. Sign up now at bit.ly/LoCoFireandRescue0611

We still have a few slots open for our blood drive tomorrow. Help us make a life saving difference here in Northern Virginia, by donating tomorrow with Inova Blood Donor Services. Sign up now at bit.ly/LoCoFireandRescue0611

06/10/2021
Books and Badges with Dr. John Morgan: Sophie Needs an Ambulance

Happy Thursday!

Join the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System's Medical Director Dr. John Morgan for a fun and educational reading of Sophie Needs an Ambulance written by Cindy Chambers and illustrated by Jim Huber. #BooksAndBadges #SuperSafeLoudoun

This is an important message from our friends Loudoun County Animal Services. #LookBeforeYouLock
06/08/2021

This is an important message from our friends Loudoun County Animal Services. #LookBeforeYouLock

This hot and humid weather seems to be here to stay. Remember - it is dangerous and against the law to leave pets in hot cars, even at 70 degrees a car will heat up quickly.

In hot weather, make a plan to leave your pet at home where they will be happier and healthier. Consider asking friends, family or hiring a dog walker to help if you need to be gone for longer periods of time.

If you see a pet in a car, follow the steps below to help them stay safe.

🏆LC-CFRS honored to receive a Governor’s Fire Service Award for Excellence in Virginia Fire Services for the FACT*R prog...
06/08/2021
Whole Blood Announcement

🏆LC-CFRS honored to receive a Governor’s Fire Service Award for Excellence in Virginia Fire Services for the FACT*R program 🩸alongside our regional partners!

Fairfax County Professional Firefighters & Paramedics Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services Inova Health System Inova Blood Donor Services Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756 Loudoun County Volunteer Fire-Rescue

📰Full release: https://bit.ly/3pyjflw
📽️Full video: http://bit.ly/FACTRAward

On September 2, 2020 the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System took an important and innovative step forward when it began having EMS Supervisors ca...

Temperatures are going to be over 90 degrees again today. Remember to #LookBeforeYouLock. In only 10 minutes, your car's...
06/08/2021
This could stop your child from dying in a hot car

Temperatures are going to be over 90 degrees again today. Remember to #LookBeforeYouLock.

In only 10 minutes, your car's internal temperature can increase by 19 degrees. That means it can be over 109 degrees in your car in just 10 minutes today!

Watch this video to learn important tips to keep your child safe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGni2_FGnGU

Cars.com Executive Editor Joe Wiesenfelder gives tips and advice on how to make sure your children are safe in the car during hot weather.****************Hum...

🚨Please share, calling all local blood donor heroes! 🚨There are still spots to sign up for the LC-CFRS "Give local. Save...
06/07/2021

🚨Please share, calling all local blood donor heroes! 🚨

There are still spots to sign up for the LC-CFRS "Give local. Save local" Blood Drive at the LCFR highbay (16595 Courage Court, Leesburg, VA) this coming Friday, June 11, 2021 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Make your lifesaving appointment today! Visit http://bit.ly/LoCoFireandRescue0611 to schedule your appointment or call 1-866-BLOODSAVES (1-866-256-6372) Sponsor Code 5245

Inova Blood Donor Services
Inova Health System Inova Fairfax Hospital Inova Loudoun Hospital
Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services

🚨Please share, calling all local blood donor heroes! 🚨

There are still spots to sign up for the LC-CFRS "Give local. Save local" Blood Drive at the LCFR highbay (16595 Courage Court, Leesburg, VA) this coming Friday, June 11, 2021 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Make your lifesaving appointment today! Visit http://bit.ly/LoCoFireandRescue0611 to schedule your appointment or call 1-866-BLOODSAVES (1-866-256-6372) Sponsor Code 5245

Inova Blood Donor Services
Inova Health System Inova Fairfax Hospital Inova Loudoun Hospital
Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services

One Deceased After Lovettsville House FireThe Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office (FMO) has confirmed that Saturday nig...
06/07/2021

One Deceased After Lovettsville House Fire

The Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office (FMO) has confirmed that Saturday nights’ fire in Lovettsville that claimed one life was incendiary in nature.

Just before 8:30 p.m., Saturday, June 5th, 2021, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue units from Lovettsville and Purcellville were dispatched to assist the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office on an incident in the 12,000 block of Stonehouse View Court. As fire and rescue units were enroute they were advised that there was an active garage fire at this location and potentially one adult resident located in the structure.

Additional units from Hamilton, Loudoun Heights, Moorefield, Frederick County, Maryland, and Washington County, Maryland were dispatched to assist.

Firefighters arrived on the scene to find a large, two-story, single-family home with significant smoke and fire coming from the garage. Due to a report of gunfire heard from within the home and concerns for the safety of first responders, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office with the assistance of a helicopter from Fairfax County Police, first cleared the perimeter to ensure that firefighters could approach the residence to put out the fire. Firefighters worked into the night to extinguish the fire before the Loudoun FMO could begin their investigation.

Once the area was deemed safe to enter, fire investigators searched the home and located a deceased victim. The cause of death and identification of the victim is being determined by the Medical Examiner’s Office. The investigation from the Loudoun FMO determined that the cause of the fire was incendiary in nature and damages are estimated at $877,047. There were no injuries to fire and rescue personnel operating on the incident.

The incident remains under investigation by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and the Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office.

One Deceased After Lovettsville House Fire

The Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office (FMO) has confirmed that Saturday nights’ fire in Lovettsville that claimed one life was incendiary in nature.

Just before 8:30 p.m., Saturday, June 5th, 2021, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue units from Lovettsville and Purcellville were dispatched to assist the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office on an incident in the 12,000 block of Stonehouse View Court. As fire and rescue units were enroute they were advised that there was an active garage fire at this location and potentially one adult resident located in the structure.

Additional units from Hamilton, Loudoun Heights, Moorefield, Frederick County, Maryland, and Washington County, Maryland were dispatched to assist.

Firefighters arrived on the scene to find a large, two-story, single-family home with significant smoke and fire coming from the garage. Due to a report of gunfire heard from within the home and concerns for the safety of first responders, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office with the assistance of a helicopter from Fairfax County Police, first cleared the perimeter to ensure that firefighters could approach the residence to put out the fire. Firefighters worked into the night to extinguish the fire before the Loudoun FMO could begin their investigation.

Once the area was deemed safe to enter, fire investigators searched the home and located a deceased victim. The cause of death and identification of the victim is being determined by the Medical Examiner’s Office. The investigation from the Loudoun FMO determined that the cause of the fire was incendiary in nature and damages are estimated at $877,047. There were no injuries to fire and rescue personnel operating on the incident.

The incident remains under investigation by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and the Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office.

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Leesburg, VA
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Kids lemonade stand on the corner of Oakcrest Manor Dr and Tracy Ct. To benefit Backpack Buddies and First Responders! Please come out!
I want to shout out the folks at Loudoun County Fire and Rescue. My daughter had a second birthday today and daddy burnt the tacos 😣. You guys were SO fast to respond and upon hearing it was my daughter’s birthday gave the kiddos a truck tour and souvenir hats. So grateful to have you guys looking over our community 💕
This is awesome news. Thanks Loudoun EMS for having whole blood available for trauma patients.
Do you all offer any First Aid teaching for a group of Cub Scouts?
Saw an accident happen at the light right at the westbound rt 7 bypass; far left lane. A minivan plowed into the back of a pickup truck. Everyone ok?
A quick hello from the team at Reebok at the Premium Outlets in Leesburg. We appreciate you sacrifice to keeping our community safe. February 22-23 we are having a first responders appreciation event. Show you ID or badge to receive an additional 20% off.
On the road the past 2 mornings I have had a person with Maryland license plate number 0083 PFD silver Ford who has Loudoun County Virginia Fire Department on it that has been driving on 522 toward Wi******er, VA between 445am-500am who is passing on solid lines, speeds in excess of 65mph in a 55mph and 45 mph zone, and tailgating other motorists. He did this to me yesterday and even after several attempts of tapping my brakes because he was following me so close I could not see his headlights in my rear view mirror on a dual lane highway that he could have passed me on--I practically stopped on the road just to get him to go around just for us to end up at same stop light. You sir firefighter are the exact type of driver that causes the fatalities on the highway that I am sure you have seen in your job. You should be ashamed and I am making it my mission to ensure your chain of command is aware of your poor driving skills and possible deadly actions should you cause a collision.
I would like to give a shout out to the crew of Loudon County Fire and Rescue! This weekend while in route to prepare for my stepdaughter's wedding, her florist was in a car accident. The crew went above and beyond by making the flower delivery to the home venue. The flowers were beautiful, and we are beyond grateful for the help of the Loudon County Fire and Rescue for making sure that her day was truly special!
In lieu of flowers the Colby Family would greatly appreciate any financial donations, due to the sudden loss of their daughter Kelly 5 months ago, Buddy and Janet assuming guardianship of their granddaughter and now Janet and the family having to deal with the loss of husband Buddy. The Family would like to thank you in advance for any donations. Michael (Please share with friends) The Colby Family Fund c/o Michael OʼBrien P.O. Box 2636 Purcellville, Virginia 20134 Or The Colby Family Fund paypal.me/TheColbyFamilyFund
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