Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Six adults and four children are being assisted by the Red Cross after the fire broke out Tuesday night, Manassas Park fire officials said.
Six adults and four children were displaced after their home caught fire Tuesday evening, Manassas Park Fire Marshal Mark Joyner said in a press release. It happened a 7 p.m. at a home at 209 Old Centreville Rd. in Manassas Park, not far from the Prince William County border. The first firefighters on the scene said they saw smoke coming from the back of the house and then found a fire in a utility room in the basement underneath a staircase. Firefighters from Manassas Park, Manassas City and Prince William County worked quickly to stamp out the fire, which was later found to be caused by an electrical branch circuit inside the utility room, where the fire started. No injuries were reported, but preliminary reports show that the fire …
Monday, April 8, 2013
The fire was caused by an electrical short leading to a meter, Manassas Park Fire Marshal Mark Joyner said.
About $50,000 in damage was caused by a fire that broke out in a Scott Drive home in Manassas Park on Sunday. It happened at 3 p.m. at a home at 131 Scott Drive when a fire started on the outside of the home on the electrical panel, Manassas Park Fire Marshal Mark Joyner said. The cause of the fire was an electrical short at the service cable leading to the meter. See pictures from the fire on the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company's Facebook Page. There were no reported injuries, but four adults living in the home are being assisted with temporary housing by the Red Cross of the National Capital Region, he said. Firefighters from Manassas and Prince William County assisted in stamping out the blaze. Manassas Park Fire and Rescue are …
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Police said a car drove into the Manassas Park store on Tuesday night.
One person was taken to a local hospital Tuesday night after someone drove a car into the 7-Eleven convenience store on Route 28 in Manassas Park. Police didn't release many details about the crash, only saying it was a car and it did crash into the store, which is located near the corner of the major thoroughfare and Manassas Drive. One person was injured but it isn't clear if it was the driver of that car or someone inside the store. Stay with Manassas Patch for more details as information emerges.