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Prince William Dept. of Fire & Rescue

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About the Council, 31 Aug 2012 [cached]
Member-At-Large: Steve Kersse, Prince William Dept. of Fire & Rescue
Northern Virginia EMS Council 7250 Heritage Village Plaza Suite 102, Gainesville, VA 20155 Tel:(877) 261-3550; Fax:(571) 261-5244
House fire displaces three, causes no injuries - Manassas Journal Messenger, 11 Dec 2001 [cached]
Volunteer units responded to the home at 13712 Gran-Deur at 11:09 p.m., said Capt. Steve Kersse of the Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue.
Three of the home's residents escaped without injuries, he said.
The fire started on a couch in the home's lower level from "improperly discarded" smoking materials, Kersse said.
The blaze was put out by 11:56 p.m., he said.The family is staying with friends.
About the Council, 6 April 2011 [cached]
Steve Kersse
Everyday heroes ready for the worst - Manassas Journal Messenger, 6 June 2002 [cached]
Capt. Steven Kersse of Station 13, who did much of the event's planning, led the firefighters from three engine companies, a ladder tower truck and an ambulance through the building before beginning the simulation.
"Several weeks ago, Capt. Kersse struck up a dialogue with the administration at Summerville," Strawderman said.
Day to day, tried by fire - Manassas Journal Messenger, 19 Mar 2002 [cached]
Capt. Steve Kersse rode shotgun, listening to the radio chatter and navigating Ghear to the fire.
Ghear, Deibler and Kersse leapt into Engine 13, a bus-sized vehicle, white with a green and gray stripe.
Kersse hadn't yet been assigned to Station 13 when a car slammed into the engine while it was crossing an intersection in Dale City.
Ghear, Deibler and Kersse left the man with an ice pack and headed back to the station.
"He must not have been able to get his dad," Kersse said as they retraced their steps and waited with the injured until a medic crew from Dumfries Fire and Rescue picked him up.The 20-year-old man, grimacing in pain, gave a thumbs up to his new friends from Station 13 as the ambulance's doors closed to take him away.
1:41 p.m.
By the time Engine 13 had arrived at Borders, located at 2904 Prince William Parkway, Ghear, Kersse and Deibler had learned that the possible structure fire was little more than a burnt out light bulb.
After treating the woman, Ghear, Kersse and Deibler were not back in Engine 13 more than a couple of moments when their next assignment came in.
Since there was nothing to put out that day, Kersse wanted to try out the engine's pumping capability.
Kersse and Deibler worked the hose, shooting at nothing in particular, while Ghear assumed his normal post.
"Kyle's job is incredibly important," Kersse said."The pumper could run out of water in a matter of minutes, and when there is a fully involved fire, it takes much more than that."
Later in the evening, the crew faced a final mission: wash the fire truck.
This task knows no rank.All three, from the captain to the rookie, grabbed a hose or sponge and cleaned up the mess they've made in a busy, but typical day.
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