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‘Kaine will visit Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center…Greater Prince William Community Health Center…about the negative impact a repeal of the ACA…’

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Tomorrow, January 6, 2017, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine will make stops in Northern Virginia to discuss his efforts to prevent a repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and strip health care away from tens of millions of Americans. Today, Kaine introduced an amendment to stop Republican efforts to fast-track a repeal and led a group of 13 moderate Democrats in a letter encouraging Republican Congressional leadership to discuss meaningful improvements, citing the bipartisan reforms he and his colleagues have supported in the past.

Kaine will visit Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center and Greater Prince William Community Health Center in Woodbridge. He will hear directly from health care professionals about the negative impact a repeal of the ACA without a replacement would have on local health care providers. (more…)

School closings and delays for Thursday evening Jan. 5, Friday, Jan. 6, 2017

Check our Schools and Local Governments Twitter lists below for the most up-to-date closings posted by the respective school division or government agency.

For the open status of the Federal Government, click “OPM website” below.

Government closings and delays

Federal Government Operating Status

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‘The homeowners…were drying clothes, noticed the dryer emitting smoke’

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On Tuesday, January 3rd at 2:30 p.m., fire and rescue crews were dispatched to a structure fire in a two-story single family home located in the 14300 block of Lindendale Road in Dale City.

Upon arrival firefighters observed smoke showing from the home. As fire and rescue crews made entry, they discovered a dryer on fire that extended into some cabinets located in the kitchen. Firefighters initiated suppression and extinguished the fire.

No injuries were reported.

The occupants, two adults and two children, displaced by the fire, were home at the time of the fire when the homeowners, who were drying clothes, noticed the dryer emitting smoke and catching fire.

According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary damages are estimated at $20,000.

A Building Inspector was on scene and has posted the home unsafe.

The fire was an appliance fire and has been determined as accidental.

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Prince William County has established itself as an important part of the economic landscape of the Greater Washington D.C. metropolitan area and Northern Virginia.  The County’s contributions to the Northern Virginia economy has resulted in the region singularly accounting for roughly 45 percent of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s total economic activity and 37 percent of all employment, as recently reported in the 2016 State of the Commonwealth Report.  

As Virginia’s second-largest and fourth-fastest growing County, Prince William County has grown consistently and continues to expand and diversify.  Last year, Site Selection, cited one of Prince William County’s Department of Economic Development projects as “…the top project in capital investment [in Virginia] for 2016, to date, is a $350 million Iron Mountain data center going into Manassas.”  SmartAssets also named Prince William County among the state’s top 5 investment locations.

In the last five calendar years [2011-2015], projects closed by the Prince William County Department of Economic Development alone intend to invest a record $2.7 billion and to create 2,900 jobs.  2015 was the fifth year in the Department’s history that it logged over half of a billion dollars in capital investment, with $660 million and more than 600 new jobs. 

“Twenty years ago Prince William County recognized the importance of Economic Development and dedicated a new Department to work on defining a roadmap to its future,” said Corey A. Stewart, Chairman, Prince William Board of County Supervisors. “Today, we are realizing the benefit of laying the foundation for a prosperous economy and continue in our dedication to raise the bar higher for our business community and citizens by delivering on increased capital investment and high-paying, highly-skilled jobs.”

“By concentrating in life sciences and information technology we are creating growth opportunities that are opening up new markets and new types of business opportunities, influencing other technology sectors and the region, as a whole,” said Jeff Kaczmarek, Executive Director, Department of Economic Development, Prince William County.  “The County’s growth is owed in part to its strategic location and excellent competitive edge, such as a ready supply of highly-educated young professionals, affordable and available land and competitive labor costs, all of which result in a strong value proposition.”

Throughout its growth, Prince William County has distinguished itself as a premier business destination, that has made significant strides in its new role as a thriving science and technology hub.  There has also been a notable increase in employment opportunities within Prince William County.  As of 2015, the County provided job opportunities for over 122,000 persons.  In fact, over the period 2010-2015, job growth in Prince William County convincingly outpaced that of the Washington D.C. metropolitan area at 18% compared to 6%; as well as that of the state of Virginia which also saw a 6% increase.  Similarly, the number of businesses in Prince William County increased by 20% over the same period compared to 11% growth in the Washington D.C. metro area and 12% growth for all of Virginia. 

By all indications, Prince William County’s ability to generate job opportunities within its boundaries is expected to continue into the foreseeable future, based on the latest round of estimates released by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.  According to those projections, job growth in Prince William County is expected to outpace that of any of the other observed localities in the metro area.  Over the 30-year period, 2015-2045, the County is expected to add an additional 114,000 jobs – an almost 80% increase. 

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‘Two adults and two children, displaced by the fire’

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On Tuesday, January 3rd at 2:30 p.m., fire and rescue crews were dispatched to a structure fire in a two-story single family home located in the 14300 block of Lindendale Road in Dale City.

Upon arrival firefighters observed smoke showing from the home. As fire and rescue crews made entry, they discovered a dryer on fire that extended into some cabinets located in the kitchen. Firefighters initiated suppression and extinguished the fire.

No injuries were reported.

The occupants, two adults and two children, displaced by the fire, were home at the time of the fire when the homeowners, who were drying clothes, noticed the dryer emitting smoke and catching fire.

According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary damages are estimated at $20,000.

A Building Inspector was on scene and has posted the home unsafe.

The fire was an appliance fire and has been determined as accidental.

‘Two adults and three pets are displaced due to the fire’

On Sunday, January 1st, at 2:06 a.m., fire and rescue units were dispatched to a structure fire in a two-story single family home located in the 13000 block of Kerrydale Road in Woodbridge.

Upon arrival, firefighters observed fire showing from the rear of the home. A request for a second alarm was issued due to reports of people trapped in the structure. As firefighters attacked the fire, the homeowner arrived on scene and confirmed all occupants were safely out of the home except for their pets. During extinguishment, firefighters located and rescued the owner’s three dogs in which one sustained minor injuries.

No additional injuries reported.

According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary damages are estimated at $200,000.

The Building Inspector was on scene and has posted the home unsafe.

Two adults and three pets are displaced due to the fire.

The fire is currently under investigation by the Fire Marshal’s Office.

Shooting, stabbing investigated over New Year’s holiday weekend

From police: 

Badie, RaquanMalicious Wounding | Shooting InvestigationOn January 1 at 1:50AM, officers responded to investigate a shooting which occurred in the 15400 block of Wheatfield Dr in Dumfries (22025) earlier that evening. The investigation revealed that the accused was in the above area when he was involved in a verbal altercation with several subjects in a vehicle. During the encounter, the accused brandished a handgun and shot into the vehicle striking one of the occupants, a 19-year-old man of Woodbridge, in the upper body. The victim was transported to a local hospital with serious, non-life threatening injuries. Following the investigation, detectives with the Violent Crimes Bureau obtained warrants for the arrest of the accused. The accused was located and arrested without incident at his residence later that day.

Arrested on January 1:

Raquan Jamar BADIE, 21, of 13848 Delaney Rd in Woodbridge

Charged with 1 count of malicious wounding, 4 counts of attempted malicious wounding, 1 count of use of a firearm in commission of a felony, and 1 count of reckless handling of a firearm

Court Date: February 13, 2017 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

 

Sanchez, JoseMalicious Wounding | Stabbing Investigation On December 29 at 9:26PM, officers responded to the 3600 block of Elm Farm Rd in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate a stabbing. The investigation revealed that the victim, a 24-year-old man of Woodbridge, and the accused were involved in a verbal altercation which escalated. During the encounter, the accused cut the victim in the upper body with a pocket knife. The parties eventually separated and police were contacted. The victim was transported to a local area hospital for further treatment. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested without incident.

Arrested on December 29:

Jose Maria SANCHEZ, 46, of 13721 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Woodbridge

Charged with malicious wounding

Court Date: February 9, 2017 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

Sheetz at Caton Hill and Telegraph roads for sale

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — A recently opened Sheetz gas station in Woodbridge is for sale by a private investor, we’re told. 

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Greysteel, a national commercial real estate investment services firm, has been named exclusive advisor and agent by a private client for the sale of a newly constructed Sheetz convenience store and gas station located in a suburb of Washington D.C., which is one of the fastest growing counties in the country.  

Greysteel Senior Investment Associate, Henry Schuldinger of the Company’s Washington, D.C. office, is leading the marketing of the property.

This Sheetz location at 2540 Caton Hill Road is subject to a long-term ground lease. Sheetz opened the 24-hour location for business in July 2016.

The property is located at the corner of Caton Hill and Telegraph roads, adjacent to the largest park and ride commuter lot in Northern Virginia.  It is also less than one mile from the Potomac Mills Mall, one of the largest outlet malls in the country.  Surrounding major retailers in this dense retail corridor include IKEA, Target, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Costco, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Kohl’s Wegmans, and CarMax.

“Sheetz has been expanding aggressively into the Virginia market along the I-95 corridor. This Sheetz property presents the company’s newest 24-hour prototype construction with expanded restaurant services. The property is located at an entrance to a commuter parking lot with nearly 3,000 spaces immediately off of heavily traveled Interstate 95,” said Mr. Schuldinger. “Given its location, we believe this site offers a unique underlying real estate value that will generate significant investor interest and we look forward to marketing the property to investors across the country,” he added.

Recycle your Christmas Tree in Prince William County

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After all the holiday festivities are over and the finery has lost its luster give your Christmas tree, wreath and other cut greenery another life as compost, mulch or habitat. Simply remove all ornaments, decorations, tinsel, nails and the tree stand and take the greenery to one of locations listed below to be recycled or repurposed.  

The Prince William County Landfill at 14811 Dumfries Road in Manassas.  Monday – Saturday, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.  The facility is closed New Year’s Day. 703-792-4670

The Balls Ford Road Compost Facility located at 13000 Balls Ford Road in Manassas. Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.  The facility is closed New Year’s Day. 703-792-4670

Leesylvania State Park located at 2001 Daniel K. Ludwig Drive in Woodbridge (off Neabsco Road). Trees may be dropped off at Shelter 2 and will be used for habitat.

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) located at 5399 Wellington Branch Road in Gainesville.  Dec. 26 – Jan. 9.  The drop off area is located in the front parking lot in the area outlined with the orange safety cones.  NOVEC will deliver the wood-chip mulch to interested customer-owners at no charge, visit www.novec.com/mulch

The most-read posts on Potomac Local in 2016

For all of you who wanted to know when 2016 will come to an end, here’s some news: 2017 begins on Sunday. 

We can’t let the old year pass without our annual look back at our most-read stories on Potomac Local for 2016. 

With 1.8 million page views from nearly 1 million readers, here are the most-read stories this year: 

10. Seven arrested in Prince William internet sting

On June 6, members of the Prince William County Police Departments’ Special Victim’s Bureau and Intel Unit began a week a long operation targeting offenders of crimes involving children.

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9. Fresh, hot, glazed Krispy Kreme doughnuts coming to Manassas

The fascination with Krispy Kreme doughnuts continued in 2016 as a post we wrote in 2015 ranked as this year’s 9th most-read story on Potomac Local.

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8. Two Woodbridge men charged in connection to ISIS

Federal authorities said two men from Woodbridge intended to go to Syria to join ISIS.

One man was arrested at Richmond International Airport. The second man was arrested in Woodbridge after he returned from driving the first suspect to the airport. 

7. Grief counselors at Battlefield High School after student death

Grief counselors were sent to Battlefield High School in October after a student took his own life. 

6. Manassas student tells school board she was beaten in hallway

A 7th-grade student at Metz Middle School told school officials she was beaten and bloodied in a school hallway.

5. Body found in Powells Creek under Route 1 in Woodbridge

Police found a body underneath a bridge that carries traffic on Route 1 over Powells Creek in Woodbridge.

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4. Najee Mason killed in Woodbridge

On June 5, detectives from the Homicide Unit identified the suspect involved in the murder of Najee Mason which occurred in the 14900 block of Potomac Heights Place in Woodbridge.

3. Rookie Officer Ashley Guindon killed in domestic shooting

“It is with profound sadness that we announce that Prince William County Police Officer Ashley Guindon, one of the officers involved in this evening shooting on Lashmere Ct, has died as a result of her injuries sustained during the incident.”

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2. Fatal shooting outside Dale City Food Lion

One man was shot outside a Food Lion at the intersection of Dale Boulevard and Hoadly Road in late November. foodlionshooting

1. Suspected MS13 gang members rounded up, charged in murder of Edwin Chicas

“On November 9, detectives from the Prince William County Police Homicide Unit and Special Investigations Bureau, with assistance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives, the Manassas City Police Department and the City of Manassas Park Police Department, attempted to arrest several suspects involved in the murder of Edwin Ivan Chicas which occurred in the 7500 block of Quail Run Ln in Manassas on October 29.”

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Smash and grab: Ellerbe charged in a string of robberies in Woodbridge

From police: 

Strong Armed Robberies *ARREST – On December 27, detectives with the Robbery Unit identified the suspect involved in a series of “snatch and grab” robberies which have occurred in the eastern part of Prince William within the last several months. Following the investigation, detectives obtained a warrant for the arrest of the suspect, identified as Ricky Alphonso ELLERBE. Detectives with the Street Crimes Unit and Robbery Unit arrested the accused without incident at his residence later that afternoon. A search warrant was subsequently executed at the residence.  Additional charges are pending. The investigation continues.

                Arrested on December 27:

                Ricky Alphonso ELLERBE, 34, of 2200 Valor Way, Apt 3112, in Woodbridge

Charged with 4 counts of robbery

                Court Date: February 27, 2017 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

 

Strong Armed Robbery [Previously Released] – On December 24 at 10:12AM, officers responded to the Tropical Smoothie Cafe located at 2966 Prince William Pkwy in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a robbery. An employee reported to police that an unknown man entered the business and approached the counter to order food. When the employee opened the register to complete the transaction, the man struck the employee in the face knocking her to the ground. The suspect then grabbed a handful of money from the register before fleeing the business. No injuries were reported and no weapon was seen. The investigation continues. (more…)

Sweeto Burrito adding two new locations in Prince William

LAKE RIDGE, Va. — Sweeto Burrito will expand in Prince William County.

Two new locations — one at Dillingham Square in Lake Ridge and the second at Potomac Festival in Woodbridge, across from Potomac Mills mall — should be open by February, said Sweeto Burrito Virginia Director of Operations Micheal Wetherill.

The new restaurants will be the second and third locations in Virginia. The fast-food chain opened its first store at Staples Mill shopping center at the intersection of Minnieville and Spriggs roads in 2015.

The company plans to open as many as 26 locations across the state within the next 10 years but doesn’t expect to open more in Prince William after February, according to Wetherill.

The Lake Ridge location will open where a Jerry’s Subs and Pizza was located. The Woodbridge location will open in a space once occupied by Golden Tech Computers, which relocated next to Outback Steakhouse. 

The North Dakota-based company began as a food truck in 2011 before franchise rights to the business were sold. Burritos on the menu feature meats like beef, chicken, steak, and bacon, and other ingredients like eggs, tater tots, onion rings, and siracha sauce.

The most popular item on the menu in Dale City is the Carnivore, a burrito with steak, chicken, bacon, pepper jack cheese, white rice, cilantro ranch, and siracha sauce, said Wetherill.

Update

Wetherill called us Thursday and told us the company could open more locations in Prince William County following the opening of its new stores in Lake Ridge and Woodbridge. 

Car slams into house on Horner Road in Woodbridge

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December 28, 2016- At 12:11 a.m., Fire and Rescue units from the Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department, Dale City Volunteer Fire Department, Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue and Prince William County Police responded to a report of a vehicle into a home at 1501 Horner Road in Woodbridge.

The first arriving units reported that one vehicle was into the front corner of the house. All occupants of the home were evacuated and evaluated. There were no reported injuries. Teams worked quickly to stabilize the building and the vehicle. Once the vehicle was removed, the scene was turned over to the Building Inspector.

The occupants of the home were allowed to return to the unaffected parts of the home.   

Woodbridge car chase suspect arrested Christmas Day

From police: 

Vehicle Pursuit | Felony Hit and Run *ARREST – On December 25, the accused, Dwayne Hakeem WESTFIELD, was located and arrested. The accused was wanted in connection to a vehicle pursuit which occurred on November 1 in the area of Bel Air Rd and Saxophone Way in Woodbridge.

Arrested on December 25:

Dwayne Hakeem WESTFIELD, 24, of 2532 Sedgewick Pl in Dumfries

Charged with felony eluding, possession of stolen property, felony hit & run and driving with no operator’s license

Man, 22, struck, killed on I-95 at Prince William Parkway

From Virginia State Police: 

Virginia State Police Trooper M.J. Kryznefski is investigating a fatal pedestrian crash in Prince William County. The crash occurred at approximately 4:10 a.m., Monday (Dec. 26), on Interstate 95 near Exit 158B.

Three males were traveling south on Interstate 95 when their Honda CRV ran out of gas. They pulled over to the right shoulder near Route 123 (Gordon Avenue) and called 911. Not wanting to pay for a wrecker, the driver and two passengers set out on foot walking south on I-95 towards the nearest gas station. Approximately a half-mile south of their disabled vehicle, one of the males was struck by a southbound tractor-trailer. He was transported to Potomac Sentara Hospital, where Isaac A. Salgado, 22, of Lorton, Va., died later Monday morning.

The other two males were not injured; nor was the tractor-trailer driver, a 38-year-old male from Hagerstown, Md.

The Virginia State Police Crash Reconstruction Team and Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s Fairfax Field Office are assisting with the ongoing investigation.

 

Toy poodle Laci missing since December 7

Laci has been missing since December 7, 2016.  She is a toy poodle, silver/gray in color with some black highlights. Laci weighs approximately six pounds. 
 
I need Laci home with me where she belongs ~ I am devastated without her! 
 
There is a large reward for information leading to her SAFE RETURN.  Contact 703-407-9710

Police make arrest in shooting of 12-year-old boy

From Prince William police: 

Aggravated Malicious Wounding | Shooting Investigation *Arrest- On December 20 at 10:20PM, officers responded to the intersection of Kempair Dr and Kim Ct in [Dale City] to investigate the report of an unconscious subject in the roadway. When officers arrived on scene, they located the man and determined that he was intoxicated. The man, who was later identified as Bryan RAMOS, was also wanted in connection to a shooting, which occurred in the 4900 block of Kirwyn Ct in Woodbridge on April 17. RAMOS was arrested without incident. In total, five suspects have been identified in connection to the shooting investigation and all have been arrested.
Arrested on December 20: [No photo available]

Bryan RAMOS, 19, of the 13500 block of Kaslo Ct in Woodbridge

Charged with aggravated malicious wounding, shooting from an occupied vehicle, and use of a firearm in commission of a felony

Court Date: Pending | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

(more…)

Warming lamp inside pet shelter cause of Calexico Lane fire

From Prince William fire and rescue: 

On Sunday, December 18th at 4:00 a.m., fire and rescue crews were dispatched to a structure fire in a single family home located in the 15100 block of Calexico Lane in [Dale City].

Upon arrival, firefighters observed fire showing from the front of the home. Fire and rescue units began suppression and extinguished the fire.

Two of four occupants and their pets were home at the time of the fire. The occupants’ pets, 3 cats, have not been located.

Red Cross was on scene to assist four adults displaced by the fire.

According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary damages are estimated at $100,000.

A Building Official has posted the home unsafe.

The fire originated on the outside of the home from a warming lamp in a pet house and has been determined as accidental.

10 displaced after fire rips through Dumfries area townhome

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From Prince William fire and rescue: 

On Saturday, December 17 th at 3:53 a.m., fire and rescue crews were dispatched to a three-story townhouse fire located in the 17400 block of Cosgrove Way in Woodbridge. Upon arrival, firefighters observed fire on the rear of a mid-row townhome that had extended to two additional townhomes. Fire and rescue units began occupant searches while initiating suppression and extinguishment of the fire. All occupants had safely evacuated due to

All occupants had safely evacuated due to sounding of the smoke alarms allowing them additional time to escape. Two firefighters sustained minor injuries.

Red Cross provided assistance to 10 adults displaced by the fire. According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary damages are estimated at $400,000; a total loss. A Building Official has posted the homes unsafe.

Fire and rescue units began occupant searches while initiating suppression and extinguishment of the fire. All occupants had safely evacuated due to sounding of the smoke alarms allowing them additional time to escape. Two firefighters sustained minor injuries. Red Cross provided assistance to 10 adults displaced by the fire. According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary damages are estimated at $400,000; a total loss. A Building Official has posted the homes unsafe.

Two firefighters sustained minor injuries. Red Cross provided assistance to 10 adults displaced by the fire. According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary damages are estimated at $400,000; a total loss. A Building Official has posted the homes unsafe.

Submitted by Jacqueline Palmer, a neighbor who contacted Potomac Local about the fire incident: 

The Barber Family at 17413 Cosgrove Way near Dumfries lost everything in an electrical fire.

All made it out alive and unharmed but they did lose their family cat. The ages of the residents ranged from early 20s up to 81 years old and the home is considered to be a total loss.

The occupants of this Dumfries’ home lived there for over six years and brought so much life to the neighborhood with friendly smiles, warm greetings and festive holiday décor. 

The fire department didn’t leave the site until after 8 a.m.

The youngest man in the household is home from college, for the holidays, and will return to school with nothing as of right now. The Red Cross has provided hotel accommodations for the family for one week but after this Saturday, Christmas Eve, they are on their own. The family did not have insurance so they will have to piece their lives back together on their own and by the grace of others’ donations.

The Red Cross has provided hotel accommodations for the family for one week but after this Saturday, Christmas Eve, they are on their own.

The first thing the family needs is a place to stay following this Saturday. 

A GoFundMe page is up and running to collect donations for the Barber Family. 

Update

David Chesler, a disaster program manager at the Red Cross of the National Capital Region, said his organization provided financial assistance to 10 victims affected by the fire. Those funds could be used for expenditures to include food, clothing, or temporary lodging.

 

 

Two escape Dale City blaze. Dog dies, cat missing

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From Prince William fire and rescue: 

On Sunday, December 18 th at 5:21 a.m., fire and rescue crews were dispatched to a structure fire in a two-story single family home located in the 3900 block of Findley Road in [Dale City].
 
Upon arrival, firefighters observed a fully involved structure and immediately requested a second alarm while verifying all occupants were safely out of the home. Fire and rescue units began defensive operations and extinguished the fire.
 
No injuries reported.
 
Two adults, home at the time of the fire, detected a burning smell and immediately evacuated the home prior to the smoke alarms sounding. Red Cross was on scene to assist the displaced family. One pet, a dog, perished in the fire and a cat is missing.
 
According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary damages are estimated at $350,000, a total loss.
 
A Building Inspector has posted the home unsafe.
 
The origin and cause are currently under investigation by the Fire Marshal’s Office.
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