WCFR respond to an accident with entrapment

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A social media post from Warren County Fire and Rescue (WCFR) show an accident that occurred late Saturday night Feb. 5.

WCFR units responded to the single vehicle accident around 9 o’clock near John Marshall Highway and Freezeland Road.

A patient was trapped in the vehicle that struck a tree and sustained significant damage.

Due to the complexity of situation and the patient’s condition additional units were called.

Units from Fauquier County and Marshall joined WCFR on the call.

The patient was extracted from the vehicle and airlifted to the trauma center in about one hour time.

No other injuries were reported in the incident.

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WCFR contain oil tank rupture

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Warren County Fire and Rescue responded to and contained the rupture of an above ground 200 gallon storage tank in the 10300 block of Rt. 340.

The tank containing used motor oil ruptured during offload.

The Warren County Fire Marshal and firefighters determined that no immediate health or environmental hazards were present.

The contents were quickly contained before reaching a water way.

The contents did reach a building which was rendered unsafe until clean up was complete.

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WCFR respond to a train derailment in Front Royal

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Sixteen train cars derailed at the Depot Avenue location in Front Royal yesterday afternoon Thur. Mar. 4 just after 2.

Warren County Fire and Rescue (WCFR), Law Enforcement and Norfolk Southern railway personnel responded to the scene.

Officials confirm there were no injuries, hazardous materials or other hazardous conditions present.

Fire and Rescue units cleared the scene while Norfolk Southern crews mobilized the clean up and repair efforts.

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