On November 8, the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service accepted a donation of 10 chainsaws from "YouCaring"
A fire which occurred at about 5:00 a.m. this morning at the Henry Wilfred “Freddie” Smith Power Station in Pockwood Pond was successfully extinguished.
The public is advised that a fire at the Pockwood Pond Power Station caused by a burnt switchgear has been extinguished
The Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Services added seven new fire officers who successfully completed their 14 week training programme.
Ladies and Gentlemen, today, we gather here to celebrate the achievements of a number of individuals in our community, as they take their desire to serve, to another level.
Six new recruits have been added to the cohort of fire officers at the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service.
Mr. Colin Graham who served as Chief Fire Officer of the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service from 1985 to1989 will be laid to rest in the United Kingdom today, February 8.
Fire Officers from the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service were able to contain and extinguish a spreading fire in Chalwell Estate ......
The Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service has issued a strong reminder for persons to be vigilant of potential fire hazards and to dispose of their garbage at the incinerator in Pock Wood Pond.