From the DC Fire and EMS @dcfireems

Photos by Elliot Goodman of Summit Place NE blaze earlier this evening. Arrival action and after the battle.

Photo by Elliot Goodman of Summit Place NE blaze earlier this evening. Arrival action and after the battle.

Photo by Elliot Goodman of Summit Place NE blaze earlier this evening. Arrival action and after the battle.

Photo by Elliot Goodman of Summit Place NE blaze earlier this evening. Arrival action and after the battle.

Summit Pl. fire under control. Rehab unit from @FFADC providing rehydration & cooling towels. Fire cause accidental result of roofing work.

vacant house engulfed in flames

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Detroit firefighter drags home at a house fire

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Detroit firefighter with hose line

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Detroit FD Engine 41 at a fire

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Detroit FD Engine 41 at a fire

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Detroit FD Engine 9

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Wausau Fire Department and SAFER conducted Live Structure Fire Training Monday. The property is located at 120 S. 14th Ave. in Wausau near John Muir.

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Photo Credit: Wayne Gauger WGWI-PUBLICATIONS

fire department burn down of vacant house

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fire department burn down of vacant house

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fire department burn down of vacant house

Wayne Gauger WGWI-PUBLICATIONS

Few shots from an accident July 10, 2017 in Cambridge Ontario. A car ran into a gas meter on the side of a house. The accident cracked a pipe and a fire started on impact. Firefighters used two 1.75” lines on fog to move in and shut the gas meter off. There was no extension into the house. Box 690 provided rehab.

Gary Dinkel

Box 690

Cambridge ON firefighters on scene

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Cambridge ON firefighters on scene

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Cambridge ON firefighters on scene

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Cambridge ON firefighters on scene

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PPV at front door of a house

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car into a house and gas meter

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FRIDAY 7-14-2017 DATELINE CITY OF DETROIT MICHIGAN BOX ALARM + 1 SPECIAL CALL @ 3517 TILLMAN @ MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD BOX ALARM @ 16:44 HOURS B/O/O CENTRAL OFFICE BOX ALARM COMPANIES RESPONDING ENGINES 27/34/17 LADDER 8 SQUAD 4 CHIEF 7 SPECIAL CALL #1 @ 16:54 HOURS B/O/O CHIEF 7 S/C #1 COMPANY RESPONDING ENGINE 39

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Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Detroit firefighters battle fire in a dwelling

Photo BY MATT SOSNOWSKI

Wausau Fire Department was paged to a residence on North 9th Avenue & Maple Street reports of a house filled with smoke. It was later determined that a dehumidifier malfunctioned and caused the smoke. Officials say they don’t believe there was any damage to the structure.

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Wausau WI firefighters

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Wausau FD ambulance

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firefighter at a hydrant

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Kitchener (ON) fire dispatch toned out St Clements and Wellesley for a confirmed structure fire at 4404 Hessen Strasse, July 15 2017 at 19:55. St Clements requested a full turnout from Linwood on route to the fire. St Clements pumper arrived on scene with heavy smoke and fire showing from a bungalow. The fire was located in the basement storage room and sauna which was also used for storage. Firefighters pulled multiple lines to the rear of the building to enter the basement via patio doors to attack the fire. Command requested mutual aid for a pumper and rescue from Wilmot Township Baden Station. Wellesley’s pumper set up at a cistern approximately a quarter mile up the road to fill tankers. St Clements and Baden’s pumpers both drafted from port a ponds. The bulk of the heavy fire was knocked down in 20 minutes. Overall took a couple of hours of heavy slugging. Pictures were taken approximately 25 minutes into the fire. Box 690 provided rehab.

Gary Dinkel

Box 690

fire trucks in Wellesley Township Ontario

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tanker operations at a house fire in Wellesley Township ON

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tanker operations at a house fire in Wellesley Township ON

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fire trucks at house fire in Wellesley Township ON

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fire engine drafting from a cistern dry hydrant

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Wellesley Township FD Pump 3 Wellesley Station

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Wellesley Township FD Tanker 1 Linwood Station

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Wellesley Township FD Tanker 3 Wellesley Station

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Wellesley Township FD Tanker 2 St Clements Station

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