377 entries in the Call History
At approximately 0445 hours, Station 20 was dispatched to a possible brush fire in the 32500 block of Airport Dr. Brush 20, Tanker 20, Attack 20 and Engine 20 responded. Brush 20 arrived on the scene to find a brush fire along the woods line approximately 100 yds long. Brush 20 and Attack 20 began fire attack and quickly had the fire under control. All units were clear at 0615 hours.
At approximately 0445 hours, station 20 was dispatched to a single vehicle accident with possible entrapment near the intersection of Joyners Bridge Rd and Carrs Country Ln. 201, 205, E20, E22, & M20 responded. 201 arrived on scene to find a single vehicle overturned in a field with the driver still inside the vehicle. 201 assumed command and assisted the driver in self extricating. E20 & 22 arrived on scene and secured all hazards while M20 had patient care. All units were cle...
At approximately 1345 hours, Station 20 was dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Joyner's Bridge Rd and Freeman Dr. 201, 206, E20, E22, and M20 responded. 206 arrived on scene and found two vehicles, one overturned in a field with heavy damage. 206 established command and requested an additional medic from station 70. E20 & 22 arrived and secured all hazards and assisted with patient care. A total of 3 patients were transported. scene was turn...
At approximately 14:30 hours, Station 20 was tapped out for a Tanker to respond to assist the City of Suffolk with a working structure fire in the 6100 block of Trumpet Dr. Units 202 (Deputy Chief West) and Tanker 20 responded. Upon the arrival of Tanker 20, Suffolk Battalion 1 advised to supply Holland Engine 7 with water. Carrsville units were on scene for just over an hour. Tanker 20 and 202 were cleared per Battalion 1.
At approximately 23:20, Station 20 was dispatched to a single vehicle accident unknown injuries in the 1100 block of Carrsville Hwy. Units 209, Engine 20 (par 3), and Medic 20 responded. Engine 20 and Medic 20 arrived on scene and reported a single vehicle in the ditch. ES-4 established command and advised the vehicle had drove out of the ditch and there were no hazards or injuries. All units were clear @ 23:33
At approximately 1900 hours Stations 20 & 40 were dispatched to a residential structure fire in the 33000 block of Harvest Dr. Carrsville Units 203 ( Capt. Jamison ) Engine 22 (par 4), Engine 20 (par 3), and Tanker 20 (par 2) responded along with Windsor Engine 41 and Tanker 40. 203 arrived on scene, assumed command and reported a 2 story residential structure 2nd story heavily involved and requested additional units from Suffolk and the City of Franklin. Engine 22 arrived on scene...
At 08:05 Station 20 was dispatched to an MVA with injuries at the intersection of Carrsville Hwy and Union Camp Dr. E-22 responded with a crew of 4 and M-20 followed. E-22 arrived to find two vehciles with heavy front end damage to both vehicles all occupants were out. 202 established Carrsville Hwy command and assigned 22's crew to check both vehicles for hazards and secure the vehicles as well. M-20 attended to one pt. while E-22's crew attended to a second pt. Franklin Fire &a...
At 12:47 Station 20 was dispatched to an MVA at the intersection of Walters Hwy and Carrsville Hwy. E-20 and M-20 responded. Units arrived to find two vehicles that had been involved in a rear end collision and both vehicles had very minor damage. M-20 obtained two pt. refusals while E-20 secured vehicles and checked for hazards. 203 had the command. All units were on scene for about 15 mins before be cleared by command. E-22 remained in quarters with a full crew.
At 19:14 station 20 was dispatched to a MVA on Walters Hwy near Lawrence Dr. E-22, M-20, and 202 responded. Units arrived to find a single vehicle of roadway with minor damage. E-22 checked for hazards and secured the vehicle while M-20 obtained pt. refusal. Units were on scene for alittle over 10 mins. E-20 remained available in quarters with a full crew.
At 13:56 Station 20 was dispatched to a overturned vehicle near the 6000 Blk of Carrsville Hwy. E-22 and M-20 responded and arrived on scene to find a single that had overturned and all occupants were out. 204 had the command and assigned E-22 to check for hazards and secure the vehicle while M-20 had pt. care. M-20 transported and E-22 was cleared by command. Units were on scene for about 30 mins.
At 21:43 Station 20 was toned out for a MVA in the 28000 block of Walters Hwy. Medic 20 and Engine 22 responded. Upon arrival, 209 reported a single vehicle off the road that had struck a tree across the highway, with no hazards. All units were clear at 21:55.
At 11:40 Station 20 was toned out for a burn complaint in the 300 block of Lincoln Ave. Engine 22 and Medic 20 responded. County deputy arrived on scene and advised dispatch it was a controlled burn with no issues. All units were clear at 11:57.
At 09:43 Station 20 was toned out for a MVA at the intersection of Walters Hwy and Holly Run. Engine 22 and Medic 20 responded. Upon arrival M20 reported two vehicles with moderate damage with no injuries. E22 arrived, secured the scene and checked for hazards. All units were clear at 10:34.
At 14:03 Station 20 was toned out for an automatic fire alarm in the 5000 block of Carrsville Hwy. Engine 22 and Medic 20 responded. Upon arrival E22 reported nothing showing and investigating. Investigation revealed a pull station had been activated. with no issues found all units were clear at 14:13 .
At 14:53 Station 20 was toned out for a MVA in the 1100 block of Carrsville Hwy. Medic 20, Engine 22 and Engine 20 responded. Upon arrival M20 reported a three vehicle rear end accident with two patients. E22 and E20 arrived and secured the scene and assisted with patient care. Franklin Medic 4 was called to transport one of the patients. All units were clear at 16:00.
At 16:17 Station 20 was toned out for a MVA in the 31000 block of Walters Hwy. Medic 20 and Engine 22 responded. Upon arrival, M20 reported a single motorcycle accident and CPR was being performed on the rider. After confirming a DOA, Walters Hwy was shut down with Engine 20 being dispatched to help secure the scene. All units were clear at 18:46.
At 19:02 Station 20 was toned out for a MVA in the 3500 block of Carrsville Hwy. Medic 20 and Engine 22 responded. Upon arrival it was reported a single vehicle in the ditch. After securing the scene and checking for hazards, vehicle was removed by wrecker service. All units were clear at 19:17.
At 19:16 Station 20 was toned with Station 40 (Windsor VFD) to a structure/chimney fire in the 27000 block of Sunset Dr. Engine 22 responded and was cleared in route per 401. All units were clear at 20:19.
At 21:05 Station 20 was toned out for a burn complaint in the 200 block of Pocahontas Ave. County deputy arrived on scene and advised dispatch it was a controlled burn with no issues. All units were clear at 21:07.
At 07:40 Station 20 was toned out to for smoke in an apartment in the 1200 block of Carrsville Hwy. Engines 22 & 20 responded and upon arrival found a smoldering rag on the table. After removing the table and clearing smoke from the residence, all units were clear at 08:10.
377 entries in the Call History
Looking for a way to give back to your community? Consider joining our agency. We provide volunteer fire coverage and ems response to the surrounding community 24-7. Established in 1957, our Charter Members had a vision for providing a necessary service to our community. At the time, Franklin was the closest agency to respond in an emergency.
We recently lost our last active Charter Member. Walter Johnson was one of many that decided more needed to be done. This was not only a time commitment, but also an expense for members back then. If a new battery had to be purchased for a truck, they passed the hat amongst themselves to obtain the funds to purchase the battery. Today, every member has a set of state of the art turnout gear provided by the department. Back then, they purchased their own or had a hand me down set from another agency that they often had to share.
We live in different times. Now folks do not think of giving back. We expect these services to be provided by somebody else. Walter was certainly not one of those people. While he could not ride the trucks and fight fire anymore, he attended meetings and fundraisers. He was always around to keep us grounded, remind us of where we came from and provide much needed advice. His is a lost generation. We will not see more like him, though Lord knows we need them.
So I would ask that you consider stepping up; honor Walter and the others of his generation and give back. Volunteer to serve your community. We provide all the training and equipment. All we ask of you is your time!
Captain Weston Jamison
Capt. Jamison began his career with Carrsville VFD as a Firefighter in 2000. Since, he has put in an unprecedented amount of time and effort into making our department into what we are today. We are extremely thankful to have Captain Jamison on our team. Capt. Jamison is currently a career Lieutenant with the Portsmouth Fire Department, or "the best career department in Hampton Roads," as he would say. Capt. Jamison has 16 years "boots on the ground" with the PFD and almost 20 years "boots on the ground" with CVFD. When you can't find Capt. Jamison at PFD, CVFD, or the mill; one can usually find him livin' the beach life or by his pool at home. We can't thank Capt. Jamison enough for his many years of service to our community. #TYFYS, sir. Here's to many more years of "boots on the ground."
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