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2020 Incidents
Month Runs Fires MVA
Jan 53 0 6
Feb 26 1 4
Total 79 1 10

Previous Years
Year Runs Fires MVA
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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2020 Smithfield Truck Company Operations Class Video

Division Chief Jason Koepke, May 19

Next class will be March 5 - 7, 2021. Check our truck class website and facebook page out for information on this class.

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Firefighter Jacob Simon, March 09

At 2314, Station 50 was dispatched to Comet Rd and White House Rd for the reported Car Vs. Tree. Rescue 50 (Lt. C. Smith) with 4, arrived to find the dispatched incident, completed a 360, and ordered a box crib stabilization and for the door to be removed. The patient was removed and transported by medics in stable condition. Engine 50 (Capt. Drewery) with 3, provided manpower and assisted with patient ... (Full Story & Photos)


Division Chief Jason Koepke, February 03

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." – Helen Keller... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter Jacob Simon, February 02

This afternoon, Station 10, 50, 60, and Battalion 1 were dispatched to Hill Way in Carrollton for a reported structure fire. Ladder 10 arrived on scene with smoke showing from the Bravo side. 507 (Capt. Bailus) arrived on scene, assumed command, and transmitted a working fire. Truck 50 (Lt. C. Smith) arrived, split their crew, and stretched the first line and conducted the primary search. Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Journeyman Fire Conference 2020

Firefighter Jacob Simon, January 23

Over the weekend, members from SVFD attended the second annual Journeyman Fire Conference in West Point, VA. The conference consisted of 3 days of seminars from some of the most respected teachers in the fire service and a 1 day hands on Vehicle Extrication Class. The Vehicle Extrication Class focused on heavy lifting, and unconventional methods to gain access to patients. To learn more about the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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