Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department

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2021 Incidents
Month Runs Fires MVA
Jan 83 4 16
Feb 62 2 16
Total 145 6 32

Previous Years
Year Runs Fires MVA
2020 849 11 157
2019 926 20 156
2018 1027 14 173
2017 920 14 193
2016 879 23 189
2015 910 14 209
2014 647 22 187
2013 587 22 157

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Saturday Search Training In Smithfield

Gregory Sellers, May 09

SVFD held a day long training on various search techniques on May 8, 2021. Hands on practical applications as well as PowerPoint presentations were given on victim drags, standard primary searches as well as vent, enter, isolate, search. Morning sessions focused on techniques and teamwork. The afternoon, training was taken to the live fire boxes were students practiced their skills under real smoke ... (Full Story & Photos)



Division Chief Jason Koepke, May 03

Registration opens on this Friday 5/7/21 @ 0900hrs!!

ADVANCED IRONS ACADEMY presented by Real Fire Training, LLC!

DATES: June 5th & 6th, 2021

LOCATION: Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department

1804 S. Church Street
Smithfield, VA 23430

COST: $160.00 per student

WWW.SMITHFIELDTRUCKCLASS.COM under class registration.


WILL SEE YOU THERE!!!!!... (Full Story & Photos)

SVFD members attend training class in Forest, VA

Division Chief Jason Koepke, May 02

SVFD members attended Forest Training Days this weekend. Thank you to Forest Volunteer Fire Department for an AWESOME weekend of training and fellowship !!... (Full Story & Photos)

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2022 Maruader II Pumper
2022 Maruader II Pumper

New Rigs rolling into Smithfield

Gregory Sellers, April 14

The Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department is pleased to announce the purchase of two new seagrave fire apparatus. A 2022 Seagrave Marauder II Pumper and 2022 Seagrave 95' Aerialscope Tower Ladder. Delivery is expected early to mid 2022, this purchase is made possible through Williams Emergency Vehicle Services.... (Full Story & Photos)

LODD March 23, 2021

Division Chief Jason Koepke, March 24

Our condolences to the Spring Valley NY Fire Department and the family and friends of FF Jared Lloyd. RIP Brother... (Full Story & Photos)

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Gregory Sellers, March 21

Companies turned out at 2115 hrs on March 20 to Wood Duck Crescent in Carrollton VFD (10) first due. First arriving Carrollton units had smoke showing with a reported fire around the furnace. Smithfield E51, E52, T50 and 502 (Gray) arrived on scene and went to work as ordered by command. The fire was placed under control approx 30 minutes later with considerable damage to the interior. No injuries ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fully Involved on Friday Morning

Gregory Sellers, March 19

The quiet early morning hours of March 19 were interrupted when a box alarm was transmitted at 0612 hrs bringing Stations 50, 30 (Rushmere) and 60 (Isle of Wight Rescue) for a reported barn on fire. Companies arrived to a fully Involved garage that had mostly collapsed. Operations began, water supply established with Tanker 10 (Carrollton VFD), E51 and Rushmere Tanker 30 and Engine 32. The fire was ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Gregory Sellers, March 16

Department training is continually required to improve skills and learn new techniques. Dave's Service Center, in the heart of Smithfield typically provides junk autos so members can train on simple, complex and new auto extrication techniques. Members of "THE RESCUE" took several new members to Dave's Service Center on March 15 and went through several skills and techniques. SVFD Firefighter Ryan ... (Full Story & Photos)

Multiple vehicle fires make for a busy Monday Night

Firefighter Gregory Sellers, March 16

While the 3/15 departmental training was winding down, SVFD was dispatched at 2049hrs with other companies for a trash truck on fire at Isle of Wight Transportation. Upon arrival crews had the cargo bed fully involved, a quick knockdown was made and the incident was scaled back.
While crews were finalizing operations an auto fire was reported in the parking lot of Smithfield Packing on North Church ... (Full Story & Photos)

Auto fire at Smithfield Packing
Auto fire at Smithfield Packing

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Firefighter Gregory Sellers, March 12

The SVFD has many responsibilities and this includes rescue of victims from water emergencies. With the several bodies of water in Isle of Wight County, the department saw the need to have a water rescue team. This consists of several members trained in surface and swiftwater rescue, multiple boats and a large stock of water rescue equipment. Thursday March 11, members trained at the Smithfield YMCA ... (Full Story & Photos)

Smithfield Special Called to Surry County for the Dwelling

Firefighter Gregory Sellers, March 09

Shortly after the evening meal on March 8, Smithfield was requested by Surry Co. Fire for assistance with a well involved single family structural fire. Engine 52 (Lt. C. Smith), with a crew of 5, Chief J. Stallings (505) and Capt C. Hassell (508) responded and assisted on location with interior firefighting operations. Once the fire was placed under control, SVFD was released by command and returned ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter Gregory Sellers, March 07

It's been a busy month for the Rescue Company (Hamtown Heavy). We've responded to numerous accidents including an extrication and vehicle into a structure. Services of "Da Rescue" include auto extrication, hazardous material spill mitigation, rope rescue, water rescue and structural firefighting. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fifty Fights Fires on Friday Feb. 26 2021

Fire Lieutenant Jonathan Paiz, February 28

Fire #1

The Day Began like any other, apparatus checkoff and riding assignments made but at 0949 hrs a call reporting a structure fire on Everets Rd in Station 40 (Windsor VFD) first due. Companies arrived to find a double wide mobile home with a heavy fire condition. Smithfield Engine 51, Engine 53 and Truck 50 responded and assisted with fireground operations. The Fire was knocked down and placed ... (Full Story & Photos)

WIndsor Fire Conditions upon arrival
Fire #1
WIndsor Fire Conditions upon arrival Fire #1

Ladder Lessons from Lt. Paiz

Firefighter Gregory Sellers, January 25

Portable ladders is a vital piece of equipment in the fire service which can be used to for access to fire buildings, rescue of occupants and for performing many fire ground operational tasks. Skills must be sharp and practiced often so departmental training was provided by Fire Lieutenant Jonathon Paiz, this drill covered considerations such as placement, type of ladder for height, parts of ladder, ... (Full Story)


Division Chief Jason Koepke, January 23

16 Years ago today - FDNY Black Sunday ... Educate those around you at work today.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter Gregory Sellers, January 21

At 1045 hrs Station 40 , Station 50 , Station 60 (IOWRS), Station 70 (WRS) were dispatched to a possible residential structure fire in 40s first due on Fire Tower Rd in Windsor. Station 40s units arrived on scene with nothing showing from a 1 1/2 story single family structure. Shortly after arrival conditions changed and smoke and fire were visible from the A side . IOW ES2 arrived on scene along ... (Full Story & Photos)

50s Newest Life Members

Firefighter Gregory Sellers, January 21

The Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department would like to congratulate Firefighter/Engineers Brian Sanzo and Billy Johnston on being accepted to honorary life membership. With over 20 years of dedicated service to the department and Isle of Wight County as our " part time guys", the officers and members bestowed this honor on them

Congratulations and Thank You Brian "yea, yea" Sanzo and Billy "Billy ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firefighter/Engineer Billy Johnston
Firefighter/Engineer Billy Johnston

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Firefighter Gregory Sellers, January 19

At 1701 hrs , an alarm of fire was transmitted for a reported garage fire in the 17000 blk of Bowling Green Rd in 50s first due area.
Units enroute reported smoke showing from Turner Dr., 509 ( Capt. Drewery) arrived, assume command and found a 15 x 30 garage with heavy smoke showing and fire out the "Charlie Side". Engine 52 (Lt. Tate) quickly arrived and dropped two 1 3/4" lines and began fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

2021 Smithfield Truck Company Operations Class

Division Chief Jason Koepke, January 07

“Important Message”

Smithfield Truck Class for 2021 has been postponed until next year due to COVID. This was a very difficult decision for our command staff to make but we feel it is for the best for the students and instructors. Students that were registered for class received an email today.... (Full Story)

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Firefighter Jacob Simon, October 28

Rescue 50 and Engine 53 work two entrapped

At 1532 hours, Station 50 was dispatched to a report of a two vehicle accident at the intersection of Courthouse Highway and Foursquare Road. Assistant Chief 505 arrived on scene and reported one patient entrapped in each vehicle. Rescue 50 and Engine 53 split vehicle assignments and were tasked with door removals. Both patients were transported with non ... (Full Story & Photos)


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