Brooke Fire Department

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2018 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 16 67
Feb 38 63
Mar 49 54
Apr 22 52
May 26 133
Jun 27 121
Jul 13 56
Total 191 546

2017 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 8 21
Feb 16 39
Mar 27 32
Apr 15 10
May 20 19
Jun 24 25
Jul 24 23
Aug 18 30
Sep 26 23
Oct 29 27
Nov 9 22
Dec 26 36
Total 242 307

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2016 160 75
2015 286 71
2014 250 162
2013 100 107
2012 124 37
2011 145 33
2010 174 73
2009 132 87
2008 105 14

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Severe Summer Weather

Member Nick Smoot, July 20

With potentially severe weather on the horizon for this weekend and early next week, we'd like to take the time to remind everyone that Brooke Road is prone to flooding - turn around, don't drown! Extra crews are being assembled to ensure the station remains staffed throughout the entirety of the forecasted weather event, but an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure - make sure you are signed ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Nick Smoot, April 02

In an ongoing effort to combat wildfires, such as the one that inspired Brooke Volunteer Fire Department to be founded, the Stafford County Fire Marshal's Office works to enforce local and state regulations that ensure both safety and environmental protection when it comes to open burning. To do this, the Stafford County Open Burn Law was enacted in 1978 to ensure that citizens and property would ... (Full Story & Photos)

Prepare for Spring Tornados

Member Nick Smoot, March 26

Know your risk!

Tornadoes can strike in any season but occur most often in the spring and summer months. Every state has some risk of this hazard. Learn how to prepare ahead of spring with the How to Prepare for a Tornado Guide. It explains how to protect yourself and details the steps to take now so that you can act quickly. Tornadoes may develop quickly with little, or no warning.

A tornado ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Nick Smoot, March 16

Know your Risk!

Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the United States. Deadly flooding can happen anywhere and faster than you might expect. It is important to be prepared for flooding if you live in a low-lying area near a body of water, such as a river, stream, or culvert. You should also be wary if you live along a coastline or downstream from a dam, levee, or area that has been burned ... (Full Story & Photos)

Combining Your Smartphone and Safety

Member Nick Smoot, February 05

By leveraging technology that's already in almost everybody's pockets, fire departments across the Country and around the world are reducing the number of fatalities suffered from Sudden Cardiac Arrest by enlisting the public's help. Studies have repeatedly shown that time is a critical element in preventing death, and though fire departments are strategically placed to provide rapid response to all ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Brooke, Virginia 22430

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