The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad
Three volunteers from LCVRS station 13 visited with Girl Scouts from the Girl Scout’s Council Nation’s Capital in Sterling to help them earn their First Aid badges. Their ages ranged from Kindergarten through Middle School. Volunteers Rick DiZerega, Lynn Burnett and Amula Yalamanchili are pictured with the group.
Just After 8:30pm on Tuesday March 4th, 2013, Medic 613-2 and Rescue Squad 613 responded to an auto accident with report of a person trapped in a vehicle on the intersection of E. Market at Fort Evans Road. Chief 601 (Leesburg Fire) established command and advised one patient trapped in the vehicle. Truck 620 (Leesburg [...]
The Loudoun County Fire & Rescue burn pad was the scene of a joint training exercise for several companies throughout Loudoun. The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad was on hand to check vitals, make sure everyone remained hydrated, and provide a warm place for firefighters to take breaks between drills. Training at the “burn pad” [...]
Getting up early on your day off is not part of many New Year’s resolutions. Fortunately, the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad was there to cheer on the 10K and 4K runners during the REHAU Rotary Resolution Race at Ida Lee Park. The Rescue Squad is always happy to stand-by and make sure all runners [...]
Although it didn’t feel much like reindeer season, the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad participated in the Leesburg Parade and rang in the holidays on Saturday Dec. 8. The mild weather brought out thousands of parade watchers as well as the Squad Auxiliary vehicle affectionately known as Canteen 13. Other vehicles included the Special Emergency Response [...]