On January 27, 2017, 08:27 hours: Units were dispatched to the Stonehouse subdivision for a fall. E11 arrived on scene to find a construction worker that had fallen 25 feet into the basement while working on the house. Crews used ropes and ladders to extricate the patient from the basement. LifeEvac was called to air lift the patient to the hospital.
Units on scene: E-11, M-11, L-1, SQ-1, Bat-311, and EMS-2
Now Accepting Applications!
The JCBVFD is now accepting applications for active, student, and associate members. Online applications can be found under the Become A Volunteer link.
Note: This is for the James City Bruton Volunteer Fire Department only. To apply for the James City Volunteer Rescue Squad please go to www.jcvrs.org
Friday, March 4, 2016, 1506 hours: JCBVFD Unit 106 arrived on scene of a MVA with moderate damage at the intersection of Croaker Road and Point O Woods Drive. Units from JCBVFD and JCCFD responded to the scene. Crews used hand tools for a minor door pop to make access to the patient. M11 transported one patient via ground to the hospital. All units back in-service at 1652 hours.
Units on scene included E1, SQ1, M11, YM5, EMS2, EMS111, FM2, C103, and U106
At 1045 hours, M11 and EMS111 handle a medical alarm in Station 1 first due.
At 1816 hours, SQ1 and M11 dispatched for a MVA with York County Fire and Life Safety. Units were cancelled en-route to the call by York County.
The members and friends of James City-Bruton Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting a Brunswick Stew on March 19, 2016 at their Farmers Market across from Station #1. The sale will start at 3pm and will last until we are sold out(FYI the last one sold 540 quarts in 1.5 hours). The quarts will be sold for $10 a piece. The proceeds from this stew will go towards a life member of the Rescue Squad who has grown up through the department as well as raising their kids there. Unfortunate circumstances have come about she has encountered numerous different medical issues that are still yet to be determined what the causes are. Medical bills are starting to pile up after being in and out of hospitals over the last two years and still not having any real definitions of what is going on. Please come out to support OUR department and this family who has been helping in the community for well over 20 years.
The James City-Bruton Volunteer Fire Department application process will open on March 1, 2016. The application process will be open for the month of March, March 1 through the 31. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, check out the Become a Volunteer section for our membership statuses and requirements. No experience is required for membership!
The James City-Bruton Volunteer Fire Department is currently wrapping up a Firefighter I & II class. Students have spent the past 6 months in the classroom and performing practical skills training. This weekend the students are completing their burns that is required for the class. This is where they will put all their classroom and practical skills to use that they have learned throughout the course. The students will take their State test for Firefighter I & II next week to become certificated State Firefighters. A special thanks to all of the training staff for their hard work to make this possible!
Saturday, January 17, 2015, 12:14 hours: Units from JCBVFD and JCCFD responded to report of a vehicle fire off road in the 7400 block of Uncles Neck. Engine 11 arrived on scene and reported a fully involved pickup truck. The fire was extinguished and units cleared after about an hour.
Units on scene included: E11 and E1.
Saturday, December 27, 2014, 10:18 hours: Units from JCBVFD and JCCFD responded to multiple reports of an overturned vehicle near the 227 interchange on Eastbound I-64. Responders found a single work van on its roof in the center median between the Old Stage Road overpass and the on ramp discharge. The vehicle was stabilized and the driver’s door removed to extricate the single occupant. Life Evac 3 was landed on I-64 just East of the scene to transport the driver to Riverside Regional Emergency & Trauma Center.
Units on scene included: E11, M11, SQ1, C102, EMS-2, E1 (helicopter LZ), and one POV.
Monday, December 22, 2014, 23:38 hours: Units from JCBVFD and JCCFD responded to reports of a single-vehicle crash on Rochambeau Drive near Ashinton Way. Upon arrival, a single vehicle was found against a tree, near a small body of water. A single occupant was found in the vehicle, but access to the individual was limited by trees and vehicular damage. Hydraulic tools were utilized to remove the front passenger door and the patient was extricated through that opening. M11 transported the patient via ground with non life-threatening injuries.
Units on scene included E11, M11, SQ1, C101, C102, EMS-2, and multiple POV.