On this solemn day, Mine Run Volunteer Fire Company stands in remembrance of the lives lost on September 11, 2001. We honor the bravery and sacrifice of the first responders, the innocent victims, and their families who were forever changed by this tragic event.

Today, we reflect on the strength and resilience that emerged from the ashes of that fateful day. We pay tribute to the firefighters, paramedics, police officers, and all those who selflessly risked their lives to save others. Their unwavering courage and dedication will never be forgotten.

In the face of darkness, we find hope. In the midst of sorrow, we find solace. And in the memory of 9/11, we find the strength to stand tall, united, and resilient. Let us never forget.

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Honoring the Life of Jimmy Woodcock

Yesterday evening, despite the rain, family and friends gathered to honor the life of one of our own, the late Jimmy Woodcock. Our thoughts and prayers continue to go out

Controlled Burn

On Sunday, May 14, MRVFC was dispatched for a controlled burn that had become out of control. Engine 21 and Wagon 21 arrived on the scene to find a pile

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