Orange County Grain Bin Rescue

The completion of the Grain Bin Rescue operations course by the Mine Run Fire Company and other fire departments in Orange County and Spotsylvania marks a significant milestone in enhancing emergency response capabilities. By proactively seeking training and collaborating with one another, these dedicated firefighters have positioned themselves to effectively handle grain bin accidents, ultimately saving lives in their communities.


The generous donation of a grain bin rescue tube by the Orange County Farm Bureau further underscores the strong bond between the farming community and the firefighting personnel. Through their collective efforts, the Mine Run Fire Company and surrounding fire departments demonstrate their unwavering commitment to serving and protecting the residents and workers of Orange County and Spotsylvania.


Mine Run and other local responders were also featured in the Free Lance-Star Newspaper article for this rescue course!




Picture Credentials to Freelance Photography.

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Honoring the Life of Jimmy Woodcock

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Controlled Burn

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Structure Fire off Catharpin Road

Yesterday morning just after 0800, Mine Run VFC and surrounding departments were toned for a structure fire off Catharpin Rd. The first arriving unit, Wagon 21, arrived on the scene