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900 blk W. Maple Ave

Units from the 1st Battalion, and MWAA operated on this "working" single family dwelling, 3.24.2014 @ approximately 1830 hours. Fire started in the basement with extension into the attic space. The bulk of the fire was knocked within 15 minutes with extensive overhaul of all floors. The dwelling was a complete burnout. Units were held out 3 hours before returning to service.

Units: E6B, T6, E22


AVFRD NEEDS You!

Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue is actively recruiting new or experienced members.

Benefits Include:

Traditional Firehouse Atmosphere

New Firehouse 2014-2015

New Apparatus

All Equipment Provided

All Training Paid for and Provided

Retirement

Tuition Reimbursement

Learn more about our Live-In Program

If you are interested in joining Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue, attend our prospective member meeting held on the last Tuesday of every month (20688 Ashburn Road).

You may also contact AC Stephens for more information: ac@avfrd.net


Recruit School Bound

Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue would like to congratulate and wish Fireman Bobby Wealand and Fireman Michael Ly the best of luck in their upcoming career recruit school with Fairfax County Fire Department. They make the 15th and 16th member of the AVFRD to follow the path as a loyal volunteer and career fireman. Good Luck Boyz! We'll toast at your graduation.


Another AVFRD Addition!

Congratulations to Spenser Rader and his family on the birth of their child. Baby Pierson Rader was born on 3/4/14 and is a healthy 8 pound 6 ounces. Congratulations!!


AVFRD Welcomes New Addition

AVFRD would like to congratulate the Toohey family on the arrival of baby Elizabeth Jean Toohey at 8:14pm on Sunday March 16, 2014. Both baby and mom are doing well. Congratulations!


Lawford Drive SW House

Approximately 0510 hours on the morning of March 9th, units from the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Battalion's were alerted for the house in Southwest Leesburg. Units arrived to find a single family dwelling well involved with all occupants removed. Companies worked to protect exposures and knock the bulk of the fire. Multiple occupants were transported to various ER's for smoke inhalation. (Photos courtesy of Leesburg Volunteer Fire Company)

Units: E22 - Initial E6, T6 - 2nd Alarm


Welcome Home!

AVFRD would like to welcome home Mark Toohey from his 6 month duty from the Middle East. He is arriving home just in time for he and his wife to welcome their first born child. Can't wait to see you around the station. Welcome Home!


Always in our thoughts!

Feb. 20th - 6 years ago today, Ricky Muth (thumbs) was taken tragically from his family and friends. Ricky was not only a friend but a mentor to most of us in the Fire House and a staple to Ashburn Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department. For those that truly knew Ricky, you had a brother for life. He loved to push the limits and most notably, irritate our local neighbor lady. Today, a small group will be visiting Ricky as we do every year. You will always be remembered. You will NEVER be forgotten. Farewell Rick, until we meet again!

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