IT'S ABOUT PUTTING YOU FIRST

Laura TeKrony for Little River District Mobile
IT’S ABOUT PUTTING YOU FIRST
IT’S ABOUT PUTTING YOU FIRST
I am running for Supervisor in the Little River District because I am passionate about protecting your quality of life. I will look out for your best interests, and my focus will be the issues that matter most to you.
I am running for Supervisor in the Little River District because I am passionate about protecting your quality of life. I will look out for your best interests, and my focus will be the issues that matter most to you.
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Senator Subramanyam is running for Congress in the 10th District. He lives in the Little River District in Brambleton. Please consider supporting him in the primary. Thank you! See MoreSee Less

Senator Subramanyam is running for Congress in the 10th District. He lives in the Little River District in Brambleton. Please consider supporting him in the primary. Thank you!Image attachment

🔔Attention- Voters who‘s assigned precinct is 326- Independence High School will be voting at precinct 321- Brambleton Middle School until polls close at 7pm. It is just across the parking lot!

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The Loudoun County Fire and Rescue’s Fire Marshal’s Office has concluded its on-site investigation activities at 347 Silver Ridge Dr. in Sterling. Preliminary findings during this ongoing origin and cause investigation have determined that the explosion on Friday, February 16, 2024 was a result of a leak involving a 500-gallon underground propane tank; uncontained propane migrated into and around the structure and was ignited by an unknown ignition source.

This is an extremely complex investigation, and the incident will remain “Under Investigation” until further notice. The official cause classification will be communicated when the investigation is complete.
As a result of the explosion, 14 people were injured including one fatality, identified as Sterling Volunteer Firefighter Trevor Brown of the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company. Currently only one Firefighter remains hospitalized, in stable condition, at the Burn Center at MedStar Washington Hospital Center.

Property damage from the explosion extended to at least six additional residential structures. In addition to the dwelling at 347 Silver Ridge Dr., three additional structures were evaluated and determined to be unsafe for continued occupancy. Initial damages are estimated at approximately $2.5 Million.
LC-CFRS encourages Loudoun residents to be safe when utilizing propane on your property. Follow these basic safety tips and remember if you smell gas, evacuate, and call 911!
 Have your propane system and appliances installed, inspected, serviced, and repaired by your propane retailer or a qualified professional.
 Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and understand the warnings concerning the system and appliances.
 Avoid running out of propane as that may create a serious safety hazard. An inspection is likely required to be completed by your retailer or a qualified professional before turning the gas back on.
 Know where underground gas lines and tanks are located. This will help avoid damaging them when digging or working on the premises. Protect your regulator from the elements or insects by keeping it well covered.

For additional fire and life safety information, please visit www.loudoun.gov/firemarshal or call 703-737-8600.
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Loudoun, please read and share the message below. And, Loudoun, thank you for the outpouring of support, respect and love you have extended to our Firefighters and every person impacted by this tragedy.

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System and the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company are mourning the loss of Firefighter Trevor Brown who lost his life in an incident on Friday, February 16, 2024. The incident also injured ten firefighters on the scene with several remaining hospitalized.

As we mourn and heal, we thank everyone for the incredible outpouring of support from the Loudoun County community, the region and the Country. Many have inquired how they can assist our first responders in Loudoun County. If you would like to donate, please visit the website of our non-profit partners, the Loudoun First Responders Foundation (LFRF) at www.LoudounFRF.org. The Loudoun First Responders Foundation serves Loudoun County by providing immediate financial support to active first responder personnel in their time of need. To designate your donation specifically to the family of Firefighter Trevor Brown, please add “Brown Family” in memo line, if not specified, your donations will benefit injured firefighters.

For community members who wish to donate goods and services, please email LCCFRSdonate@loudoun.gov and our staff will reach out to you directly to coordinate. Additionally, many of you have expressed your heartfelt condolences to the family of firefighter Brown and the injured members of LC-CFRS. An email address, LCCFRScondolences@loudoun.gov has been set up to collect those messages and share them with our responders.

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Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association – IAFF Local 3756
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