Orange Volunteer Fire Company



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2018 Incidents
Jan 88
Feb 79
Mar 97
April 51
May 93
June 62
Total 470

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2017 773
2016 730
2015 698
2014 722
2013 702
2012 694
2011 636
2010 652

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OVFC 4th of July News

Chief Whit Jacobs, July 05

From all of us at OVFC, we hope you have had a wonderful 4th of July!

While you enjoyed your holiday, volunteer firemen from OVFC ran two fires throughout the day. The first began this morning with a car fire off North Madison Road in the Schewels Furniture parking lot. Engine 23 arrived to find a passenger car fully involved after striking a light pole.

Later that afternoon, OVFC was alerted for ... (Full Story)

June Volunteer Spotlight

Associate Member Jessica Harlow, June 30

This month we sat down with Firefighter and Chaplain Barry Jacobs to ask him a few questions about being a member of OVFC.

Barry grew up in Orange and has been a member of OVFC for 43 years. He lives in Orange with his wife, Marsha. They have 2 children, Whit, who is also an OVFC member, and Carrie, along with 3 grandchildren. After retiring from North Anna Power Plant, he went to work for his brother ... (Full Story)

Box 2300 News Updates- May 2018

Associate Member Jessica Harlow, June 25

In the month of May 2018, the OVFC responded to 93 calls.

Fourth of July is right around the corner! Each year, fireworks cause thousands of burns and eye injuries. Watching a fireworks show put on by experts is the safest option for viewing fireworks on Independence Day. As a precaution, adults should always keep a close eye on children at events where fireworks are used. Have you ever wondered ... (Full Story)

Woodberry Forest Propane Leak

June 22

As roads continued to flood on Friday following the torrential rainfall Thursday evening, a significant gas emergency occurred on campus of Woodberry Forest School.
Gas professionals on campus were working on a tank that had become unstable after weeks of rain began to loosen the retention bands holding the tank underground. While working to repair a small leak that morning, the tank, a 30,000 gallon ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Damages Chestnut Hill Bed & Breakfast

June 10

Yesterday evening Orange Volunteers answered a call for a structure fire at The Chestnut Hill Bed & Breakfast. Please refer to the PDF attachment on this page for further information from last nights fire. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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