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Your county paramedics treat a family cat rescued from a house fire this morning in Pohick. Still awaiting word on the status. #blizzard2016
Fairfax County Fire Fighters rescued a family pet from a house fire in the Pohick area. Your county paramedics treated the feline for burns and smoke inhalation. Still awaiting word on the status. #blizzard2016
Fairfax County firefighters from Engine 35 E435 cleared an emergency medical call ... then assisted kids stuck in the snow with their sleds smile emoticon Awesome.
Fairfax County Paramedic Jessica Pickett of Fire Station 35 (Pohick) works to save a family pet after a house fire last week. All occupants were fine, however 3 cats, a dog and bird died. This little guy was the lone survivor. Little bit of happiness in a tragic situation.
It says to say what is on my mind...warmer weather. All that is really on my mind is warmer weather. I will sign back on in a couple months and complain about the heat.
Pshh who needs facilities. #FirehouseHandyWork
Wow, I think I just saw a pig fly by my window. Kyle on social media! How about Facebook next??? On second thought, you should probably wait another 10 years...
This is my first "social media" experience...so far, i feel the same. Wait...i have some tingling in my arm and i feel so connected to other people now. My life has changed forever...F.Y.I. I will only be on this at work. Brad, that picture is awesome. I will try and find some pictures from the last 10 years.
Greg Bunch, Kenny Athing, Dad (Brad Sr.), Tony Spiak, and Jimmy Tolson back in the 80's at FS35. This was back when it was off Pohick Rd in the middle of nowhere. Great crew. I used to show up and ask the old man for money.