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Sat. Nov 18th 2017
National Fire Academy Class

This week the HVFD hosted a National Fire Academy Leadership in Supervision 1 class.  The program was 16 hours and concl...

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Wed. Nov 1st 2017

This evening Captain Berry and Instructor Johnson delivered CPR for existing and prospective members of the company.  In...

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Thu. Oct 26th 2017
Flat Rock Elementary School Carnival

This evening members Neil Spicer, Chris Corcoran, Denver Bonham, Tom Berry, and Mike Lecik assisted FRES with their annual ca...

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8 entries the in Call History
Fri. Feb 29th 2008
Just before 7:00pm, Assistant Chief 1 (Gwynn) witnessed a multi-vehicle accident on Anderson Highway near the Trenholm Road intersection. Upon examination, he found one person pinned in the first vehicle, and one person trapped in the second vehicle. Therefore, in addition to the response of Engi...
Mon. Feb 18th 2008
Around 1300 hours, Companies 4 (Fine Creek), 2 (Huguenot) and the career staff from the Rescue Squad were notified for the motorcycle MVA with parties injured on Huguenot Trail in front of Lucky's Convenience Store (near Three Bridge Road).  FF Floyd Greene assumed the command on his arrival, a...
Mon. Feb 18th 2008
Around 0130 hours Companies 4 (Fine Creek), 2 (Huguenot), 1 (Powhatan) and PVRS were dispatched to a house fire in the 2800 block of Judes Ferry Road.  Assistant Chief 4 arrived first to find flames showing from the "C" side and the roof.  Engine 2 arrived just behind E...
Sun. Feb 10th 2008
Powhatan County was requested as part of a Statewide Mutual Aid call to Louisa County to assist with containing a 400+ acre brush fire.  Upon arrival to the staging area at the Mineral VFD (about an hour from our station), the brush truck was assigned to fight the brush fire, while the engine r...
Sun. Feb 10th 2008
High winds were to blame for several fires throughout Powhatan County.  "The Deuce" started with their first run around 1300 and never saw the station for the next several hours.  Personnel responded to approximately 20 wind-swept brush fires during the several hour time period.
Thu. Feb 7th 2008
Around 1AM, Companies 1 (Powhatan), 2 (Huguenot), and 5 (Deep Creek) were notified for the brush fire with extension into a garage.  Personnel arrived via POV and confirmed the information.  Chief 9 (Schoeffel) arrived, established the command, and advised Engine 1 to drop the LDH on arriv...
Wed. Feb 6th 2008
Just after 7PM, Chesterfield Company 5 caught a brush fire in the construction area just off Route 288 in Watkins Center parkway. Based on the information, Engine 5's OIC (LT Farmer) upgraded the assignment, which eventually brought 3 engines, 4 tankers, and 2 brush trucks to the scene.

Sat. Feb 2nd 2008
Companies 2 (Huguenot) and 1 (Powhatan) were notified of an overturned tractor-trailer with a possible fuel leak on Page Road near Boyer Road.  Engine 2 (FF/EMT Johnson OIC) arrived to find a flat-bed tractor trailer hauling lumber that had turned on it's side due to the narrow roadway and lack...
8 entries the in Call History
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Huguenot Volunteer Fire Department Inc.
1959 Urbine Rd
Powhatan, VA 23139
Non-Emergency: 804-794-3575
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