Recent Calls
Wed. Jul 19th 2017
Structure Fire - Mill Iron Road

Members from Smith Mountain Lake Marine Volunteer Fire Rescue responded to a support request from units working a structure f...

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Wed. Jul 19th 2017
Public Service Request - Hearing Aid Recovery

Fireboat 11-6 responded to a request from a visitor to Smith Mountan Lake to recover a very expensive hearing aid from the bo...

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Tue. Jul 18th 2017
Injury Accident Near C6

Company 11 was dispatched for an injury accident near C6.  A wake boarder was complaining about head pain after a fall w...

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News Headlines
Wed. Aug 9th 2017
WSLS 10 - SML first responders use new tool to protect themselves from electric shock

For the complete story visit wsls.com or copy and paste the following link into your browser:https://www.wsls.com/news/virgin...

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Tue. Jul 18th 2017
WSLS 10 - Family thanks Smith Mountain Lake first responders for rescuing man

For the complete story visit wsls.com of paste this link into your browserhttp://www.wsls.com/news/virginia/franklin/family-t...

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Tue. May 16th 2017
WDBJ7 - Fire department one step closer to getting station in Franklin County

For the complete story visit wdbj7.com or paste this link into your browserhttp://www.wdbj7.com/content/news/Fire-department-...

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Dock Check-Stray Voltage

Dock Check Request – Stray Voltage in the Water

Smith Mountain Lake Marine Volunteer Fire Rescue is offering a free dock check to lake residents.  If you would like us check the water around your dock for stray voltage, complete the form below and someone will contact you to schedule the dock check.

Electric Shock Drowning (ESD) is a drowning that occurs as a result of the person coming into contact with stray voltage flowing through the water.  There are a number of ways electrical current finds its way into the water.  Some of the more common are improperly wired electrical services to boat docks, frayed wires coming into contact with the water and improperly wired or poorly grounded boat lifts.

For more on ESD and preventative tips, check the community interest sections of our Links and Files pages.

 

 

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Recruitment

The Smith Mountain Lake Marine Fire/Rescue is actively seeking new members.  Members can be firefighters, EMT's or simply someone that wants to help the  community.  If you feel that you have that calling to help others, that is the person we would like to speak with.  Please drop us a note on this page or submit an application at Bedford County Department of Fire and Rescue.

Remember, "MANY HANDS, MAKE LIGHT WORK"!  

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2017 Call Volume
 FireEMSPublic ServiceFalse Alarms
Jan4 27
Feb9146
Mar14313
Apr8111
May61125
Jun19356
Jul23647
Aug16236
Sep33191
Oct62153
Nov14 117
Dec    
Total122227752

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Smith Mountain Lake Marine Volunteer Fire/Rescue
PO Box 899
Hardy, VA 24101
Non-Emergency: 540-721-5585
Emergency: 911
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