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Doug Monaco

Chief

Little Fork Volunteer Fire

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Background Information

Employment History

Career Firefighter

Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue


Adjunct Instructor

Commonwealth Of Virginia Department of Fire Programs


Web References(28 Total References)


About Us | Little Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue Co. 9

littleforkvfrc.org [cached]

DOUG MONACO - FIRE CHIEF
Doug Monaco Chief


Flames Destroy Vacant Church

ccvfra.org [cached]

Co. 9 Chief Doug Monaco, said, when they arrived, the main chapel and kitchen were engulfed by flames and beyond saving.
Initially, they focused efforts on an attached two-story classroom but in the end, the entire structure was damaged beyond repair. The cause of the fire is unknown. Monaco, who had been on the scene since 3 a.m., described the condition of the church Friday evening as a "total loss. He estimated damages at nearly $400,000. "I can't tell you how many thousands of gallons of water we've been using," said Monaco. He said they had to use several pumpers and tankers throughout the day and estimated that they had used around 50,000 gallons of water. Monaco said CCSO deputies assisted at the scene early Friday morning. "They did a great job of blocking both sides of the road," he said. Investigators "can't go in there hot," said Monaco explaining their persistence in completely putting out the fire. He said he hopes to finish by late Saturday. He said a CCSO deputy would be securing the scene throughout the night Monaco said Virginia State Police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are assisting with the investigation.


www.firehouse.com

Doug Monaco, chief of the Little Fork Fire and Rescue Company, was adamant about his organization's thoughts on the latter.
"We're not going to handle the paperwork unless the county guarantees us $100,000 [in capital-improvement money] a year," Monaco said. Earlier Monaco told the group that his volunteer company badly needed a new firehouse and was looking into building a $3.3 million facility. He said Little Fork, which also needs a new truck, would require almost $5 million in the next two years. He added that those capital needs were projected to require a debt service of $24,900 per month. Monaco said that some patients are refusing to accept service if they will be asked to pay for transport.


www.culpepersheriffsoffice.com

According to the Fire Chief of Little Fork Volunteer Fire & Rescue, Doug Monaco:"Knowing how many people are in a home and where the bedroom locations are can make a significant difference in a home fire."


www2.starexponent.com

Doug Monaco, chief of Little Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue, surveys the scene of a fire on Springs Road in Jeffersonton Monday night.
It took area firefighters about 45 minutes to bring the massive fire under control Monday evening, according to Doug Monaco, chief of Little Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue. Monaco said his unit responded to a call for a feed mill fire in the 17000 block of Springs Road located in the northern part of Culpeper County about 9:45 p.m. "The cause of this fire is still under investigation," said Monaco, adding that no one was injured during Monday's blaze. Monaco, who added that a couple of silos on the farm were also destroyed, estimates the cost of damages around $600,000. "However, due to our aggressive efforts, we saved vehicles and adjoining structures on the property," Monaco added. Monaco, whose unit also responded to the March fire, explained that the worker was using heat to remove the paint. According to Monaco, Culpeper's Co. 1, Amissville, Warrenton, Orlean and Remington fire crews assisted with extinguishing Monday's fire. View More: Amissville, Andrea Donaghy, Chief, Chief Executive Officer And Head Nutritionist, Culpeper County, Disaster_Accident, Ella Mosley, Equine Nutritionist, Farm Equipment, Fork, Karl Donaghy, Marshall, Marshall Store, Monaco, Nutritional Products, Officer And Head Nutritionist At Ver, Online Geographic Informational System, Paint, President Of Virginia Equine Research/Horse, Rachel Morgan, Retail Horse Feed Store, Usd


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