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Abingdon Fire responded to 604 calls for service during 2021. This compared to 576 calls in 2020 or an increase of 28 calls. In 2019, we had 599 calls and the most in one year was in 2018 when the Dep...
Saturday, December 11th, 2021
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On December 11, Abingdon Fire Department held its annual Christmas Dinner at The Abingdon Moose Club Building. A combination of current members, former members, spouses and special guests attended. Af...
Friday, December 10th, 2021
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Gary Bailey received a plaque and a black helmet for passing his Firefighter 1 Certification. Receiving the black helmet signifies his completion of this class by our department, Congratulations Gary!
Saturday, November 13th, 2021
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A project by the membership of the Abingdon Fire Department continues. A cargo trailer; donated by First Community Bank, is being equipped to respond to hazardous spills as time and funding permits. A...
Apparatus
#201-Chief 201 - Chief Command Vehicle
#201-Chief 201 - Chief Command Vehicle
2016 Chevrolet 3500
#202-Assistant Chief Command Vehicle
#202-Assistant Chief Command Vehicle
2020 Dodge 1500 Pickup
#203-Tower 203
#203-Tower 203
2006 Pierce Dash
100' platform, 2000 gallon per minute pump, 400 gallon water tank 2nd due on fires and alarms
#204-Engine 204
#204-Engine 204
1999 Pierce Saber
1500 gpm pump, 1000 gallon tank 1st due on fires and alarms
#205-Rescue Engine 205
#205-Rescue Engine 205
2016 Pierce Enforcer PUC
1500 GPM, 750 gallon water tank.
#206-Rescue Engine 206
#206-Rescue Engine 206
1995 Pierce Saber
1250 gpm pump, 750 gallon tank, Amkus Rescue tools
#207-Tanker 207
#207-Tanker 207
2002 E-One Freightliner
HALE 1250 gpm pump, 1250 gallon tank, 1500 gallon drop tank
#208-Brush 208
#208-Brush  208
2001 Ford F-350
4 wheel drive, 15K winch, 240 gallon water , 10 gallon Class A foam 1st due on grass and brush fires
#209-Battalion 209
#209-Battalion 209
2018 Chevrolet Colorado
Used by Duty Officer to respond to calls. Nine Line Officers rotate on a weekly basis in manning this vehicle
#210-Utility 210
#210-Utility 210
2007 Chevrolet HD2500
#211-Utility 211
#211-Utility 211
2010 GMC Savana
12 person van used to transport firefigthers to emergency scenes, training, and fire dept activites.
#212-UTV 212
#212-UTV 212
2012 Kawasaki 4010 Trans4x4 Diesel
Four person capacity, 4.5k winch. Allows Dept personnel a better vehicle for use during ground searches on the Virginia Creeper trail, wildland firefighting activities and transport for special events
#213 Freddie
#213 Freddie
2010
Freddie was purchased through a grant and was added to the fleet as a fire prevention unit. Lights work and can communicate with kids through a speaker system. Freddie will also spray a small stream of water and can be operated by an individual with a controlled box that is linked by a radio frequency.
Rehab/Communications Trailer
Rehab/Communications Trailer
2017 Utility
Trailer is used for larger calls to offer rehab to those on the scene and also used as a Communications Command Post
Retired Engine 1
Retired Engine 1
1924 American LaFrance Type 36 Triple Combination Reg# B-243
Purchased by the Town of Abingdon and delivered by rail car in July of 1924. This was Abingdon's first fire engine. The Type 36 was a triple combination (hose car, pump and chemical tank) with 300 gpm rotary pump. Built on a Brockway chassis. This unit was later sold to the Town of Damascus and then to Mead Corp. Heald Div. Lynchburg VA. Finally making it's way back home to Abingdon where it resides today. Since it still runs, it is used in parades and special events.
Retired Engine 4
Retired Engine 4
1928 American LaFrance Type 92 pumper Reg# L-170
Purchased by the Town of Abingdon and delivered Mar 20, 1928. It has been at the Abingdon Fire Dept ever since, being our second engine. In between the entry-level Type 99 commercials and flagship custom-chassis 100 Series fire apparatus, American LaFrance introduced yet another semi-custom series designated Type 92. Similar in external appearance to the company's commercial trucks, the 106-hp, 600 gpm Type 92 was powered by a Buda six-cylinder engine. It is drivable, still pumps water and is also used in parades and special events.
Spill Trailer
Spill Trailer
2007
Cargo Trailer was purchased and used by a local bank to do branch promotions and was donated to the Abingdon Fire Department. All our hazmat supplies that are currently stored in the station will be placed on the trailer for a faster response. Upon completion, it will be available for any Washington County Fire Department upon request. This is not a true HAZMAT Trailer, but a response trailer that might be able to contain or stop a spill or situation until a HAZMAT Team can get on scene.
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