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The official Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department Twitter account. Call 911 for emergencies, 703-691-2131, TTY 711, for non-emergencies.
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue 1h
While it has not been cold enough to start a fire in your fireplace or wood stove, that time is coming soon. STEP Into Safety And Clean That Chimney! Learn more:
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue 5h
Congratulations // : For the 1st time in franchise history, the Washington Nationals have won the NL pennant! //
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue 15h
Rescue Of Young Girl Highlights Benefit Of Closing Bedroom Door - The crew from Truck 411, Penn Daw, were performing a primary search of the first floor when they heard a female screaming. See what happened: !
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 15
Turning Up The Heat? STEP Into Safety And Use Space Heaters Safely! Cooler days/evenings are slowly becoming the norm. Many residents will be turning on space heaters. If using space heaters, please make sure you are doing so safely. Video:
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 15
Replying to @CherylLPRicci
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 14
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and fellow officers of Officer Bomba who died in the line of duty this morning.
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 14
Congratulations to Station 42, Wolftrap, who won best Open House in 2019 for the 2nd Battalion!
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 13
😊🚒🚨🚑 RT : Thanks, Station 25!
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Fire Chief John S. Butler Oct 13
Happy Birthday to our . . Corpsmen (medics) were lifesavers, literally. Always in the fight; air, land and sea. Proud to forever be connected.
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Alezzia Ferreira Oct 12
My little firefighter in training... thank you and fire station #36 for the open house 🔥 👨🏻‍🚒👩🏻‍🚒 ...
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liz busch Oct 12
Even the grownups had fun during Open House at Station 35! I got to spray the hose & Brian got a nice cardiac demo exam on the ambulance 😜🚑 🚒
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 13
A fantastic Open House at Station 36, Frying Pan, yesterday. wants to thank all residents who stopped by our fire stations yesterday. Our career and volunteer personnel enjoyed meeting all of you! Thanks, as always, for supporting us!
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 12
At a few of our fire stations, you may have seen some of our public safety partners participating. Officer Swenson was at open house at Station 10, Bailey’s Crossroads, working with our volunteer and career staff. Glad she could join us!
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 12
A great showing today at Station 21, Fair Oaks, with a combined effort from A-Shift and Fair Oaks volunteers!
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 12
Station 20, Gunston had visitors bright and early this morning. (Still time to visit!)Including a young man auditioning as a Engine driver. He had great form! We have penciled him in to take over those duties in about 20 years!
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 12
A great Open House at Stations thus far! Just a reminder that our firefighters and paramedics are still responding to emergencies. As visitors to Station 9, Mount Vernon saw a little while ago. 🚒🚑🚨
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 12
Our firefighters and paramedics at Station 37, Kingstowne - 7936 Telegraph Road - are having a great time meeting and greeting the community! Lots going on! Stop by if you are close by!
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 12
We appear to have a new recruit at Station 24, Woodlawn. The crew at 24 A-Shift are looking for a few more recruits. Stop on by and have your child learn how to use a fire hose and put out a “fire.” (Gear not included)🔥
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 12
Looking for open house fun in the Burke and West Springfield areas? Fire Station 14, 9501 Old Burke Lake Rd, and Fire Station 27, 6140 Rolling Rd, have you covered! Stop by to learn about being a firefighter, explore an engine, or maybe even save a stuck kitten.
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Fairfax Fire/Rescue Oct 12
In the Lorton area today? Stop by Station 19, Lorton for Open House. Captain Flint highlights activities that will be going on - to include a very cool live demonstration.
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