The firefighters and members of the Kingwood Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank all of our sponsors, volunteers, and patrons for coming out to support this organization and the 79th Annual ...
The KVFD is happy to say that the 2021 Buckwheat Festival is in full swing, starting this week. Feel free to view the schedule for the week at https://kvfdwv.wixsite.com/buckwheatfest/schedule to see ...
The winning number for 34 gun safe and 13 guns based on the WV Daily 3 was 481.
The reverse number for the Remington 700 6.5 Creedmore was 184.
The Kingwood Volunteer Fire wants to thank everyone wh...
KVFD has recently invested into some new decon equipment. Some brushes, 5-gallon buckets, garden hoses with nozzles, and some adapters for engine output to garden hoses were ordered to clean up our ge...
About 4:30 today, Company 5 was paged out for a MVC with fire, at the intersection of Route 7 and Walmart Drive. Engine 56 went en route, and requested assistance from Company 9. Once on scene, a pick up into a utility pole was found, with the pick up engulfed in flames and the utility pole partiall...
This afternoon at about 1:20pm, Company 5 was requested by Company 12 for assistance with a brush fire. A reported two acre brush fire was along South Preston Highway, just north of Tunnelton. Units 51, 52, and 54 went en route with a crew of 5.
At 12:27PM today, Company 5 was alerted via automatic mutual aid to assist Company 9 with an MVC, a passenger car vs a Mac truck, head on style collision, with three possible patients, two confirmed entrapped, around the Arthurdale post office.
Just before midnight, Company 5 was alerted via automatic mutual aid for a confirmed structure fire at the Indian Rocks trailer court, to assist Company 9. Engine 56 and Unit 54 went en route with a crew of five.
Today just after 6pm, KVFD was paged for a miscellaneous fire at Camp Dawson. Caller stated that the dishwasher was on fire at the Mountaineer Challenge Academy kitchen, and that there was flames and black smoke.
Engine 56 and Squad 5 responded to a vehicle accident with fire late Monday night. Upon arrival crews found a single vehicle into a utility pole and fully involved. Fortunately, all occupants were able to exit the vehicle with no injuries.
At 1:42PM, Company 5 was requested to assist Companies 9 and 6, as well as Cool Springs from Mon County, with a structure fire in Arthurdale. Tanker and manpower was requested. Engine 55 went en route with 3.
At 12:03PM, Company 5 was paged out to assist Company 3 with an oil spill on Route 26 between Woolen Mill and Valley Point, requesting clean up supplies and manpower. Unit 52 responded with two personnel.
At 8:44PM Company 5 was paged out for an MVC with entrapment on route 7, between Maple Lane and Caddell Bridge. Squad 5, Unit's 52 and 54 went en route with 8 personnel. On scene, a Jeep was found on its side, mostly off the roadway and partially in a ditch.
Just before 11PM, Company 5 was paged out as automatic mutual aid to Company 12 for a Structure Fire on Metz Hollow in Tunnelton. Engine 55 was requested for water supply, along with manpower. Engine 55 and Unit 54 went enroute with a crew of 7.
At 3:45pm, Company 5 and Company 6 per automatic mutual aid were dispatched for a brush fire on Sandy Bottom Road. Units 54 and 52 went en route from Kingwood and 94 from Reedsville went en route. Chief 5 took command once on scene and stood Reedsville down.
Just after midnight, KVFD was paged out for an MVC on herring road involving power lines, with unknown injuries. Squad 5, Units 52 and 54 went en route with a crew of 7. Once on scene, KAMP Ambulance and law enforcement were already on scene.
KVFD was requested to assist company 10 with a brush fire. Companies 1, 2 and 11 were also alerted. Company 5 arrived on scene to assist with extinguishing hot spots and fire line operations. After about an hour, 52 and 54 with their crew of 5 returned.
Company 5 was dispatched at 6:46 pm for a single vehicle MVC into a tree, over an embankment. Squad 5, Units 52 and 54 went enroute with 7. Once on scene, 5-2 took command. A pick-up was found to be just off the roadway on a steep embankment into a tree.
At about 1am, company 5 was dispatched via automatic mutual aid to assist Company 3 with a structure fire on the Brandonville Pike. Company 1 was also alerted. Engine 55, Units 51 and 54 went en route with 8.
Just after 1am, Company 5 was requested for tanker and manpower to assist with a structure fire on Eisentrout Road. Engine 55 went en route with a crew of 5 and assisted with providing water, as well as the personnel assisted with overhauling the structure and putting out hot spots found.
At 10:46PM, KVFD was alerted for a Structure Fire on Number 4 Road in Tunnelton, to assist. Company 4 Fellowsville was also dispatched for this. Engine 56 and Unit 54 responded with 7 personnel, and assisted Tunnelton with interior attacks and overhaul of the structure.
At 10:18am, KVFD was paged for a single vehicle MVC near Richview Apartments on Route 7. Squad 5 and Unit 52 responded and found a vehicle partially off the roadway that struck a wooden fence. With no injuries, KVFD assisted with traffic control as the car was quickly towed away.
Just a couple hours after returning from Masontown, at 4:24 Company 5 was paged for a fire at the Appalachian Wood Pellets plant on Mill Road. The caller stated there were flames shooting out of a stack from their drier system.
At 12:28AM, KVFD was requested to assist Company 6 with a structure fire on Cales Road. Company 6 requested Engine 55 along with manpower. Engine 55 went en route with 5 personnel. Once on scene, Engine 55’s crew assisted with interior attacks and overhaul, along with water shuttling.