RVA, VA has been in the news recently due to the recent shooting at a military recruitment center.
The shooting was captured on video and quickly went viral on social media, with many people comparing the incident to the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida.
The story received a lot of attention from the media, but some residents in the area, like Pastor Kevin G. Williams, have been voicing their concerns about the situation.
In a video that was shared by Williams and posted on his Facebook page, Williams expressed his concern for the safety of the people of RVA and their homes.
He said that as of right now, the fire department has not been able to get into the house to extinguish the blaze.
Williams went on to state that the RVA Police Department needs to get involved and get rid of the flames quickly.
RVA has a history of large fires, which has lead to multiple homes being damaged or destroyed.
In fact, the city of Newport News had a fire that resulted in the loss of approximately 1,000 homes in 2016.
In the past year, Newport News has had more than 20 fires.
According to the Newport News Fire Department, this fire started at the Newport Fire Station on South Main Street.
Newport News Mayor Gary Strom said that the fire was caused by a propane tank that caught fire on the side of the building.
Strom also said that an outside contractor was on site when the fire started.
The Newport News Police Department has not yet released the cause of the fire.
Williams said that he does not think that the city should have to deal with the fire on their own, but that they need the help of the government.
“This is what they do, they give us aid.
And we have to go do it ourselves.
I think we are the only ones who are allowed to do this.
We have to make sure that our homes are safe,” Williams said.
While the Newport Beach Fire Department was able to put out the blaze, Williams said they could have prevented this situation.
He noted that if the Newport fire department had been able, they could not have put out that fire.
According the Newport, VA Police Department, they were unable to get a fire extinguisher into the Newport-Williams apartment complex due to “the fire conditions at the complex.
The fire was extinguished on April 20, 2017.
The city of Richmond, Virginia also experienced a massive fire that burned through their city on April 19, 2017, forcing the evacuation of about 200 residents.
The cause of that fire remains unknown, but the Richmond Fire Department has said that they believe it to be a “supercell” fire, which means it was sparked by an uncontrolled spark from a propylene tank.