This fire was at Brush & E. Arizona in Detroit on 11/8/18. E44 stretched on a dwelling going throughout. C8 took a defensive posture and pretty much let it go. It had already go into the burned out house to the east and was starting the house to the west. With no other exposures, C8 and companies just let them go. Companies on this box were Engine 44, 35, HPE1, Ladder 18, Squad 3 and Chief 8.

Detroit Firefighters monitor a vacant dwelling engulfed by fire

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Detroit Firefighters monitor a vacant dwelling engulfed by fire

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Detroit Firefighters monitor a vacant dwelling engulfed by fire

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fire tornado at house fire

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Detroit FD Engine 35

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Detroit Firefighters monitor a vacant dwelling engulfed by fire

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Detroit FD Ladder 18

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Detroit Firefighters monitor a vacant dwelling engulfed by fire

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Detroit FD Engine 44

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Vernon, CT had this 2nd alarm on 9/24/18 at 23:58. The dispatch center was receiving numerous calls for 452 Hartford Tpke reporting the building fire. Firefighters did their job by keeping the fire in the store of origin. More pictures here

Stay safe,

Patrick Dooley

2-Alarm commercial building fire in Vernon CT in a restaurant

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2-Alarm commercial building fire in Vernon CT in a restaurant

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2-Alarm commercial building fire in Vernon CT in a restaurant

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2-Alarm commercial building fire in Vernon CT in a restaurant

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2-Alarm commercial building fire in Vernon CT in a restaurant

Patrick Dooley photo

2-Alarm commercial building fire in Vernon CT in a restaurant

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2-Alarm commercial building fire in Vernon CT in a restaurant

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2-Alarm commercial building fire in Vernon CT in a restaurant

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WEDNESDAY 10-31-2018 DATELINE:

CITY OF FLINT MICHIGAN, 1ST ALARM FOR A RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE FIRE IN THE VICINITY OF AVENUE A & GENESSEE STREET, CORRECTED LOCATION IS AVENUE A & RANKIN STREET. 1ST ALARM @ 21:23 HOURS B/O GENESSEE COUNTY CENTRAL DISPATCH {FIRE MAIN OF FIRE CENTER} 1ST ALARM COMPANIES RESPONDING ENGINES 31/61 TRUCK {QUINT} 15 HEAVY RESCUES 2/1 B.C.

house destroyed by fire at night

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house destroyed by fire at night

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house destroyed by fire at night

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house destroyed by fire at night

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house destroyed by fire at night

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house destroyed by fire at night

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Flint FD Engine 31

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house destroyed by fire at night

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Here are some images from a working fire in the 4600 block of West Altgeld in Chicago on Sunday morning (11/11). The fire was contained to the attic. Unfortunately this was an occupied home and several family members, including children, were left homeless by this incident. Companies were Battalion 7, Engine 91, Truck 58, Engine 7, Truck 35, Squad 2, Battalion 8 RIT with Truck 53.

Chicago bungalow on fire

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Chicago bungalow on fire

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Chicago bungalow on fire

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Chicago FD Engine 91

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Chicago FD Engine 7

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WEDNESDAY 10-31-2018: DATELINE CITY OF FLINT MICHIGAN

1ST ALARM FOR A RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE FIRE IN THE VACINITY OF 2ND AVE + HALL STREET, CORRECTED LOCATION IS HALL STREET & DAVIS STREET. 1ST ALARM @ 23:13 HOURS B/O GENESSEE COUNTY DISPATCH {FIRE MAIN OR FIRE CENTER} COMPANIES RESPONDING TRUCK {QUINT} 15 ENGINES 31/81 HEAVY RESCUE SQUADS 1/2 B.C.

house engulfed in fire at night

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Kitchener (ON) fire dispatch toned out P3, P4, Tanker 1, A1, R1, and Car 23 for a possible garage fire at 128 Limerick Road October 5, 2018 at 9:10. P4 reported a thermal column enroute to the call prompting Car 23 to add an additional pumper (P6). There are no hydrants on this street which had prompted the tanker to be dispatched with a full crew of four on the initial alarm.

P4 arrived on scene first reporting a large, detached garage fully involved, a vehicle in front of the garage fully involved, a wood-sided house well involved, a second garage possibly on fire on the E4 side, extension into a music studio four feet behind the garage, and siding melting on a second house on the E4 side of the fire. Due to the volume of fire, command requested incoming trucks catch a hydrant out on King Street and relay pump to the scene.

Approximately 2100 feet of 4” was laid into P4. Numerous small and large lines were deployed to fight the fire. Crews split up, one working on the garage, and a second on the wooden house where fire had extended into the dwelling. A third crew worked the rear knocking down the fire in the studio, and a fourth crew worked on the exposure garage and house. Firefighters did a great job knocking the bulk of the heavy fire in the first 20 minutes. Box 690 provided rehab. Pictures taken approximately 22 minutes into the fire.

Gary Dinkel, Box 690

Kitchener ON Firefighters at work

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Kitchener ON Firefighters at work

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Kitchener ON Firefighters at work

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Kitchener ON Firefighters at work

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Kitchener ON Firefighters at work

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Kitchener ON fire trucks

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Kitchener ON Firefighters at work

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Kitchener ON Firefighters at work

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Kitchener ON Firefighters at work

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Kitchener ON Firefighters in rehab

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