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2016 7,129
2015 6,518
2014 6,452
2013 5,901
2012 5,864
2010 5,054
2000 5,235
1990 2,843
1980 1,560
1970 374
1964 118

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Jan 603
Feb 545
Mar 626
Apr 656
May 679
Jun 455
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
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Dec 0
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My Father's Day Heart Attack . . .

Lieutenant Scott Maurice, June 24

On Father’s Day 2017, “Fred” (who possesses none of the common risk factors) experienced a heart attack about half-way through a 30-mile bike ride on the W&OD Trail in the Sterling/Ashburn area. He was treated and transported to INOVA Loudoun Hospital by members of Loudoun County Fire and Rescue and the Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad. Through a mutual friend, “Fred” shared his story with us and ... (Full Story)


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“Thanks a Million!” Falcons Landing!!!

Lieutenant Scott Maurice, June 20

The Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad (SVRS) received a most generous donation from the Falcons Landing Retirement Community during a luncheon honoring SVRS and the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company on 16 June 2017. Presenting the check was General Hansford T. Johnson, USAF (ret). The officers and members of the Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad value their longtime partnership with the residents of the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Pool and Water Safety!

Lieutenant Scott Maurice, June 18

With summer upon us, families are beating the heat by spending the day swimming and playing in the water. Unfortunately these activates can be deadly if safety precautions are not taken. The National Safety Council statistics point to drowning as a leading cause of death for young children. In 2013, there were 89 drowning-related deaths and an additional 37 people hospitalized for drowning-related ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Danger: Kids (and pets) Left in Hot Cars

Lieutenant Scott Maurice, June 12

Every summer, heartbreaking and preventable deaths happen when children are left alone in hot cars. More than 600 U.S. children have died that way since 1990, according to the nonprofit safety group Kids and Cars. 

These cases happen when kids are left unattended in a hot car -- sometimes because the driver forgot the child was there -- or when kids get into unlocked cars without any adult knowing ... (Full Story)


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Move Over Awareness Month

Lieutenant Scott Maurice, June 07

June is “Move Over Awareness Month” in Virginia.

Every year, the month of June is recognized as “Move Over Awareness Month” in Virginia. The designation became official following Senate Joint Resolution (SJR) 102 of the Virginia General Assembly in 2014.

Established in 2002, Virginia’s Move Over law requires drivers to either move over a lane or, when unable to, to cautiously pass all emergency ... (Full Story)


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