Chief Fire Officer, Mr. Zebalon McLean is commending his officers for their quick response in putting out a fire at an apartment building at Sugar Mill Road on Monday, June 1.
NEVER block fire exits in your homes or workplace.
The public is advised of the following 24-hour emergency hotline numbers during the mandatory curfew:
The public is advised to refrain from backyard burning due to the health impact on the community and to reduce the risk of the Coronavirus Disease COVID-19.
Residents and visitors to the Virgin Islands are being urged to take extra measures in ensuring their safety and the safety of others during this holiday season.
A new fire truck will soon be arriving in the Territory and will be stationed at the Fire Headquarters in Road Town to serve the areas between Sophie Bay and Pockwood Pond, and between Belle Vue and Windy Hill.
Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to report to this Honourable House on the progress of my ministerial portfolio since I took office.
Residents of the Virgin Islands are asked to refrain from any open burning and to conserve water within their homes and businesses as much as possible.
Officers of the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service contained a vehicle fire near the top of Joe’s Hill road on Tortola today.