2015 Star City Volunteer Fire Department Banquet

2015 SCVFD Banquet Video

Star City VFD hosted their annual Christmas/Awards Banquet on Saturday, December 5, 2015

Annual award winners were:
EMS Top Responders (Jan 1-October 31)
Charles Wisser
Amanda Weese
Russell McElroy
Michaela Hart
Ryan Gillespie

Firefighter Top Responders (Jan 1- Nov 15)
Ryan Gillespie
Justin Knotts
Jacob Peretin
Adam Thompson
Ethan Bailey
Kris Osecky
Brian Sites
Thomas Sites
Jared Lamb
Dennis Chaney

Rookie of the Year- Cory Thomas
Firefighter of the Year- Jared Lamb
Officer of the Year- Ryan Gillespie

Co. 20 would like to thank all of our members for their dedication, as well as all mutual aid companies who have assisted us in 2015.

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Saint Mary’s Christmas Tree Lighting

Earlier this evening, Company 20 assisted Saint Mary’s Catholic Church with the lighting of their Christmas tree. With the help of Tower 204, Boy Scout Troop 44, and Saint Mary’s church members, the tree was lit just in time for the upcoming Christmas season. Thank you to Saint Mary’s for asking us to assist – we are always happy to serve our community!

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11/11/2015: Structure Fire

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At approximately 1230 on 11/11/2015 Company 20 was dispatched for a structure fire off of Point Marion Road in the area of the Fine Diamonds Club. Upon arrival crews discovered a two story residential structure with heavy visible smoke and flames from the second story and roof. An interior attack and search was coordinated with Companies 14 and 23 and County Tanker 172 which resulted in the extinguishment of the fire. A special thanks to Monongalia EMS for standing by on scene for EMS care and rehabilitation.

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October Run Stats

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Stats are in for the month of October!!

Company 20 responded to 75 calls for service.  Included in those numbers were 2 working structure fires, 2 working vehicle fires, 8 vehicle accidents with injury (2 with entrapment) and 4 vehicle accidents without injury.

Top responders for the month of October were:

Firefighter Jacob Peretin – 39 calls

Firefighter Chris Eisenhut – 26 calls

Duty Officer Justin Knotts – 25 calls

Duty Officer Adam Thompson & Firefighter Jared Lamb – 22 calls

Lieutenant Sam Hannah – 21 calls

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10/28/2015: Vehicle Fire

Wedgewood Car Fire

10/28/2015: At 0825 Company 20 was alerted to a vehicle fire at the Wedgewood Medical Arts building off VanVoorhis Road. Initial size-up yielded a single vehicle with smoke and flames showing and possibly endangering a structure. Engine 201 and Ambulance 28 responded to the incident and upon arrival found one passenger vehicle in the parking area with substantial smoke and flames showing from the engine compartment, but no apparent danger to the structure. (1) 200ft 1 3/4″ crosslay was utilized for access to the vehicle and to extinguish the fire. Due to the quick response and effective scene work of the responding personnel the passenger compartment was very minimally involved. As a result, all personal belongings inside the vehicle (including the paper registration and insurance cards in the glovebox) were able to be returned to the owner of the vehicle undamaged.

***WEDGEWOOD DRIVE VIDEO***
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10/20/15: 18 Wheeler Fire

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10/20/15: Company 20 was alerted for a vehicle fire on I-79 in the area of the 157 milemarker Northbound. Additional calls to MECCA gained further information that an 18 wheeler’s trailer was on fire. Engine 201 and Tower 204 (who both had just cleared from a fire alarm) responded with full crews to the incident. Upon arriving on scene Co. 20 personnel found the left rear area near the wheels of the trailer on fire. I-79 Northbound was shut down by Tower 204’s crew while Engine 201’s crew began extinguishing the fire. Investigation into the interior of the trailer revealed minimal damage to the contents (food packages) above the fire with no extension to the remainder of the trailer. Since the vehicle was fully extinguished, off the side of the road and the operator was able to secure transfer of the products, Company 20 personnel were able to release the scene to WVDOT courtesy patrol and return to service.

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Structure Fire – 10/20/15

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At approximately 1100 hours, Company 20 was dispatched for a structure fire off of Agronomy Farm Road in Morgantown. As the scene was being approached, black smoke could be seen on the horizon. Upon arrival to the scene, a garage that had caught fire was discovered. Together with Companies 12, 14, and 16, the fire was extinguished in short order. Special thanks to Monongalia EMS for standing by for emergency medical care and rehabilitation.

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WVU Homecoming Parade

1-IMG_944110/9/2015: Today Company 20 personnel participated in WVU’s annual homecoming parade in downtown Morgantown. Engine 201 and Squad 203 attended with full crews and were available on scene and during parade to respond to any incidents. Company 20 crews as well as all spectators enjoyed the sights, sounds and events surrounding homecoming as many people return to Morgantown to celebrate. LET’S GO MOUNTAINEERS!!!


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Interstate 79 MVC

SquadMVC10/6/2015: Company 20 was dispatched to I-79 northbound at the 155 1/2 mile marker for a two vehicle MVC. Squad 203 responded with initial size-up reporting two vehicle t-bone collision at highway speeds with negative injuries. Upon arriving on scene the call was upgraded by EMS to one patient injured and needing extrication due to an access issue. Squad 203’s crew completed extrication, performed fluid management, assisted EMS with patient care and performed traffic control to mitigate hazards on scene. One lane of I-79 was shutdown for approximately one hour while law enforcement performed investigation of the incident and vehicles were removed from the roadway.

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