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Serious MVA on I-79 to Start 2016
Monday, January 4th, 2016

Just after returning to station after the fire, at 0435 hours, Companies 7, 12 (Stonewood VFD), and Ambulance 19 (Anmoore EMS) were alerted for a Vehicle Accident w/Injuries and Entrapment on I079 SB at the 116 MM in Quiet Dell. Squad 7 (w/6-Chief Haddix) hit the streets within seconds with Engine 71 (w/4) not far behind. Squad 7 arrived on the scene to find 2-vehicles involved with one vehicle in the median, 1 lane blocked, and 1 patient laying in the roadway. Chief 7 then advised there was negative entrapment and due to icy road conditions and multiple other accidents, I-79 SB was then shut down as HCES Medic Units 632 and 614 responded to assist. Crews assisted EMS in packaging and loading 2 ALS and 1 BLS patient(s) for transport to UHC with the 2 ALS patients being transported by ground to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown a short time later as HealthNet was unavailable due to weather. Anmoore VFD Squad 1 was alerted to assist with shutting down traffic at the 116mm and diverting traffic off of I-79 onto Route 20 In Quiet Dell and back on to the interstate with Lost Creek and Stonewood VFDs handling another accident involving a water truck on its side with a diesel fuel spill just down from this accident. Crews remained on scene until WVDOH could treat the roads and vehicles were towed away when County PD completed their investigation. Thank you to all mutual companies who assisted us. Chief 7 held I-79 command. Total Co. 7 personnel: 10. Crews also handled a medical call while operating on this scene.

Serious MVA on I-79 to Start 2016
Serious MVA on I-79 to Start 2016
Serious MVA on I-79 to Start 2016
Serious MVA on I-79 to Start 2016
Serious MVA on I-79 to Start 2016
Serious MVA on I-79 to Start 2016
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Monday, January 4th, 2016
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Just after returning to station after the fire, at 0435 hours, Companies 7, 12 (Stonewood VFD), and Ambulance 19 (Anmoore EMS) were alerted for a Vehicle Accident w/Injuries and Entrapment on I079 SB at the 116 MM in Quiet Dell.
Monday, January 4th, 2016
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At 0252 hours on Monday January 4th, Company 11 (Spelter VFD), Engines 101 (Shinnston VFD), 41 (Lumberport VFD), and 71 were alerted for a Structure Fire on 4th Street in Spelter. Engine 71 (w/6-Chief Haddix) hit the streets within 2 minutes.
Thursday, December 2nd, 2021
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BIG NEWS!It is with great pleasure and pride to announce that the Nutter Fort Fire Department has improved its ISO rating from a Class 3; 03/3X to a Class 2; 02/2X effective March 1st, 2022. As of 201...
Thursday, August 5th, 2021
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Long post alert: Approximately 3 years ago, our Engine 72, that was equipped with a 50 foot telesquirt, failed the required annual ladder testing. What does this mean? Every aspect of our firefighting...
Wednesday, June 16th, 2021
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While restocking West Millford Volunteer Fire Department, ATD was thrilled to leave a tote with newest department, Nutter Fort!Nutter Fort Fire Department (Harrison County)Pictured from left: Jr. Fire...
Saturday, August 6th, 2022
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3 Working Fires in 24 HoursAt 1114 hours on Friday August 5th, Engine 72 staffed with 4 personnel responded authority of Chief 15 for a Structure Fire with Possible Entrapment on Old Mill Road in the ...
Wednesday, July 27th, 2022
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At 0919 hours on Wednesday July 27th, Engine 71 was alerted authority of Chief 5 to assist Mt. Clare, Lost Creek, West Milford, and Reynoldsville VFDs with a Structure Fire on Mt. Clare Road in the ar...
Tuesday, July 26th, 2022
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At 2333 hours on Tuesday July 26th, Company 11 (Spelter VFD), Engines 41 (Lumberport VFD), 71, and 101 (Shinnston VFD) along with HCES were dispatched for a Structure Fire in the 3500 block of Shinnst...
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