The FVFD will be hosting its first ever CAR SHOW & SWAP MEET on August 12, 2017! Registration Forms and Information can now be obtained on our website under the Fundraisers Tab, Facebook Event Page, or @ http://www.carshowlink.com/August.html .
Congratulations to the 2017 Fayetteville Fire Department elected officers!! The newly elected officers are as followed:
Fire Chief- Bill Wishard
Deputy Chief- Brady Bumbaugh
Assistant Chief- Cole Bumbaugh
Captain- Michael Loucks
Lieutenant- Kelby Farner
Sergeant- Jeremy Whitmore
President- Mark Bumbaugh
Vice President- Curt Bumbaugh
Secretary- Vicki WIshard
Assistant Secretary: Becky Bumbaugh
Treasure: Ron Royer
Assistant Treasure: Curtis Bumbaugh
Trustee: Jacob McNew, Brian Rock
Members At Large: Jeremy Whitmore, Herb Hockenberry
Relief Board: Danny Thomas, Kelby Farner, Michael Loucks
Sergeant of Arms: Brian Rock
Chaplin: Ron Cordell
Dec 17, 2016 – @2245hrs Co.7 was alerted to box 44-01 for an Appliance Fire in a Building bringing Eng 7-1 w/6 and Eng 7-2 w/2. Units arrived along with Sta.4 and found that the fire had already been extinguished by worker with a Fire Extinguisher. Command 44 held it to Sta.4 and Eng 7-1 for a short time to check for extension and to check the roof area.
Dec 16, 2016 – @ 1312hrs Co.7 was alerted to Box 5-02 for a Reported House Fire bringing Eng 7-1 w/3. DC5 arrived find a single wide mobile home with heavy fire showing side A. Eng 7-1 took first arriving and stretched a line and began making an interior attack. Minutes into the interior attack DC5 evacuated the building due to a partial roof collapse. Crews knocked the remaining fire from the exterior. Crews worked on scene for approximately 3 hours before being released by Command 5.
Dec 13, 2016 – @2031hrs Eng 7-1 w//4 and Squad 7 w/5 were struck as part of the 3rd Alarm assignment for a House Fire in the 2-01box. Co.2 units had arrived to a 2 story dwelling with heavy fire showing from the rear with fire spreading into a exspoure house and immediately requested the 2nd Alarm and shortly after the 3rd. Both Co.7 units arrived and were sent straight to work being assigned fire attack and relieving the initial attack crews on the 2nd floor.
Dec 9, 2016 – @ 0504hrs Box 7-6 was struck for a reported House Fire at 7532 LWE. Eng 7-1, 7-2, AC 7, and POV responders responded with a total of 11 personnel. AC7 arrived moments after dispatch and found a Wood Furnace & a 16X20 Outbuilding fully involved impinging on a House and a Detached Garage. AC7 established Command 7 and requested the WFD. Eng 7-1 arrived and put hose in the street and stretched an attack line to the fire and began fire attack. Eng 7-2 set up at the end of the lane as a supply Engine while Eng 16-2 went to the closest hydrant and set up a water supply. As units arrived tasks were assigned as necessary and as tankers arrived they began a tanker shuttle. Fire was under control in 20mins. Good Job by all! Thanks to Co.11 for handling the transfer.