Firefighter Nation Member Justin Dunn of Bland, Virginia Dies in Car Accident It is

Firefighter Nation member Justin Dunn, a volunteer firefighter from Bland County, Virgina, was killed in a single vehicle accident early Sunday morning.

Dunn's Chevy Silverado truck left the road and struck two trees, state police said. He was pronounced dead on the scene. Reports indicate it was an off-duty death.

Justin Dunn, pictured right, in his profile photo on Firefighter Nation.
Dunn, whose father was Chief of the Bland County Volunteer Fire Department, had been a firefighter for five years. According to his profile on Firefighter Nation, he was also a member of the Bland County Rescue Squad for the last three years.

Virginia State Police said the accident occurred in the rural Southwestern Virginia community at about 2:15 a.m. Dunn, 21, was the lone occupant of the vehicle, which crashed on Route 615 eastbound near Route 646 in Bland.

"[I] joined the fire department at the age of 16. My dad was chief of the fire department for many years prior to me joining," Dunn wrote in his profile, where other members are now beginning to post condolence messages.

Dunn listed his day job as a Sheet Metal Fabricator.

"Justin Dunn was a great firefighter and rescue squad worker," a local firefighter and FFN member wrote relaying news of the accident. "He was always ready to respond at a moments notice. Please pray for his family and our fire departments." will post more details as they become available.


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rest in peace brother an GOD bless the family an friends he leaves behind. larue county fire dept
The prayers of myself and my family go out the the Dunn family, and the members of the Bland County Volunteer Fire Department.
we miss you Justin....
My thoughts and prayers are with not only his family but his FF family also.
A painful tragedy for family, friends and community. From this distance, prayer is as close as I can get and is what I have to offer.
Almighty and ever Loving God, Creator of Life on both sides of death, we ask your blessing on our Brother your servant Justin. Lord, he was a fireman who has answered his last alarm. Following Christ's own example, he put himself in harms way for friends and strangers alike. We pray that you found favor in his work and in his life and that he has come to know the fulfillment of your promise of life eternal. And we pray that all who suffer this terrible untimely loss may seek comfort in your grace and be rewarded.
We pray too, as our tasks may indeed take us through the valley of the shadow of death, that you stay our ever present source of strength and courage and you keep us ever mindful that we never go in or come out without you.
All this we ask in Christ’s name. Amen
Terribly sad. My thoughts, prayers and condolences are with Justin's friends, family and departments. May Justin rest in peace.
Thoughts and prayers to the family and the FF that he served with, Rest in Peace.
I miss you my brother
an extra prayer goes out to yall during your loss
My prayers go to the family. I am very sorry.
Always sad
i want to send my deepest condolences to justins family and department for there loss r.i.p. to justin and all our fallen brothers

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