Dublin Fire Department along with REMSI were dispatched for a MVC on Route 11. Units arrived to find a vehicle over the bank into a tree. This incident was determined to be an extended extrication and assistance was requested from Fairlawn Fire Department and Newbern Fire Department.
The patient was extricated from the vehicle and transported to the landing zone for transport to Roanoke Memorial Hospital via LifeGuard 11.
Dublin Fire Department was dispatched for a brush fire out of control on Black Hollow Heights Lane. Upon arrival units found a brush fire threatening a structure. Assistance was requested from Newbern, Pulaski Fire Departments and Virginia Department of Forestry. No structures were damaged and the fire was contained within 30 minutes.
2 Mutual Fires
Dublin Fire Department was dispatched to 2 structure fires as a mutual aid assignment on this date.
Dispatched with Newbern Fire Department for a structure fire on Whitt-Southern Road and with Pulaski Fire Department to Brookmont Road for a vacant structure on fire. On both calls Dublin provided manpower and equipment.
At 1343 hours Dublin Fire Department was dispatched for a flue fire. Tanker 2 and Ladder 2 arrived to find a single story residence with nothing showing. Fire department found the flue stopped up and removed the contents for the wood stove and tried to clean the flue pipe. There was no damage to the residnce and fire units cleared the scene at 1512 hours.
At 0646 hours Dublin Fire was dispatched to assist Newbern Fire Department with a motor vehicle accident on Route 100 at Miller Lane. Rescue Engine 2 responded with a crew to assist with extrication.
Dublin Fire Department was called for a Residential Structure Fire. Upon arrival Chief 2 advised heavy smoke showing from Alpha and Charlie side. Owner said he had a fire in the wood stove and heard popping in the walls above.
Fire fighters removed oxygen cylinders from Division One and started fire attack. The Safety Officer advised command that there was heavy smoke showing from the basement. The interior crews were pulled from the interior. Fire department operations went defensive.
Dublin was assisted on the scene by Fairlawn Fire Department, Newbern Fire Department, Pulaski Fire Department, REMSI, Pulaski County Sheriff's Office and VDOT
At 1252 hours Dublin Fire Department was requested for a Engine and Manpower for a structure fire in Pulaski.
Tanker 2 responded with a crew of 5 and members were placed in staging to releave Pulaski members if needed.
No action was required by the Dublin crew and units were released and back in service at 1330 hours.
At 1043 hours Dublin Fire Department was requested by Pulaski Fire Department to respond to Magazine Street for a structure fire.
Dublin members assisted with overhaul and were released and back in service at 1159 hours.