Aug 05, 2022
VIDEO: One Rescued From Bedroom During Virginia House Fire
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At around 3 a.m., fire officials arrived in 4900 block of Grafton Street to put out a fire on the second floor and rescue the sole occupant who was trapped, according the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department.
The fire, started by an electrical issue, caused about $9,000 worth of damages, though no one was harmed, authorities said.
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One Airlifted To Trauma Center After Violent Single-Car Rollover Crash In Ridge: Officials
Crews from the Ridge Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to a stretch of Curleys Road shortly before 8 p.n on Monday, Aug. 15, where there was a reported rollover crash with at least one victim still inside the mangled vehicle.
Upon arrival, first responders said that they located the vehicle right-side up with one person still inside “alert and sitting in the driver’s seat with the door open.”
Photos of the incident from the fire department can be found here.
Due to injuries sustained in the crash, officials said that the driver - whose name has not been released - was treated by paramedics until a helicopter could arrive at St. Michael’s Church to bring the patient to an area trauma center.
It is unclear what caused the driver to crash.
The site was cleared shortly after 9 p.m. on Monday night, officials said.