A house fire was reported in the area of 2300 Sunny Meadow Drive in the Village of Kronenwetter.

No one was home at the time of the fire. A dog was reported to be rescued.

Firefighters found heavy smoke and flames near the garage area of the home, and smoke could be seen from as far away as D.C. Everest High School.

Witnesses on scene say they heard an explosion. The cause of the fire is still unknown and being investigated. No injuries were reported.

Multiple departments including Kronenwetter fire and police, Mosinee fire, Riverside fire, Everest Metro police, and Marathon County Sheriffs responded to the scene.

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heavy smoke and flames from house on fire

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heavy smoke and flames from house on fire

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heavy smoke and flames from house on fire

Photo Credit: WGWI-PUBLICATIONS Wayne Gauger

heavy smoke and flames from house on fire

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A fire broke out at a residence on 44th Ave in the Town of Maine. Multiple structures and a wood pile could be seen burning along with a transformer and utiliy pole.

Several departments responded including Town of Maine, City of Wausau, WPS, and the Marathon County Sheriff’s Department.

No information on injuries.

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smoldering remains of a fire

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smoldering remains of a fire

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Here are a few images from a Commercial Box Alarm in Detroit, MI on April 8th of this year. It was a vacant apartment building at Miitary and Cadet. Eric Haak

Pierce ladder truck battles fire in Detroit

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Detroit FD Engine 33

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Detroit firefighters battle a commercial buildings fire

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Detroit firefighters with master stream

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THURSDAY 8-31-2017 DATELINE THE CITY OF DETROIT MICHIGAN BOX ALARM + 1 DEMS STANDBY + 1 DEMS SPECIAL CALL @ NURENBURG EAST OF VAN DYKE BOX ALARM @ 18:18 HOURS B/O/O C.O. BOX ALARM COMPANIES RESPONDING = ENGINES 46/56/60 LADDER 23 SQUAD 6 BATTALION CHIEF 9 DEMS STANDBY @ 18:20 HOURS B/O/O C.O. DEMS STANDBY COMPANI RESPONDING = MEIDC 16 DEMS S/C #1 @ 1 @ 18:20 HOURS B/O/O 1104 DEMS S/C #1 COMPANY RESPONDING = EMS CHIEF 1104

Matthew Sosnowski

dwelling fire in Detroit

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vacant dwelling fully engulfed in flames in Detroit

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vacant dwelling fully engulfed in flames in Detroit

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Detroit ladder truck with elevated master stream

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Detroit ladder truck with elevated master stream

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vacant dwelling fully engulfed in flames in Detroit

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vacant dwelling fully engulfed in flames in Detroit

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vacant dwelling fully engulfed in flames in Detroit

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vacant dwelling fully engulfed in flames in Detroit

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09/01/17 New Haven, CT – A fire broke out in the building housing the Trinity Bar around two p.m. September 1, 2017. The fire occurred in a busy section of downtown with narrow streets and limited access. Firefighters arrived to find heavy fire venting from the second floor of a three-story, mixed occupancy building. Firefighters were notified of people trapped on the second floor. During the primary search, a severely burned male was found on the rear fire escape. A second alarm was transmitted due to the occupancy and heavy volume of fire on arrival. Companies made an interior attack stretching multiple hand lines, and were able to knock down extremely heavy fire on two floors. Trucks made the roof and performed topside ventilation. Multiple propane tanks were found on the second floor fueling the intensity of the blaze. One additional civilian was transported to the hospital with smoke inhalation. The burn victim was transferred to the burn unit of Bridgeport Hospital. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Glen Duda

New Haven fire scene

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New Haven fire scene

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Firefighters vent apartment building roof

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Firefighters vent apartment building roof

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Firefighters vent apartment building roof

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Firefighters vent apartment building roof

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Firefighters overhaul after building fire

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Firefighters on building roof

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Firefighters with lots of hose after a fire

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Firefighters overhaul after building fire

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Firefighter climbs aerial ladder

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Kitchener, Ontario firefighters battled an auto scrapyard fire at 956 Guelph Street August 31 at 11:20. Pump 2, Pump 3, Aerial 2, Rescue 1, and the Platoon Chief were sent to the fire. Dispatch advised they were receiving multiple calls. Crews from all three stations could see the black smoke from their halls. Pump 2 arrived on scene reporting two cars on hoists fully involved, extension into a building, and numerous exposure problems. P1 was then added to the call as the third pump. P2 firefighters pulled two 2.5” lines to fight the heavy fire. Additional firefighters pulled two 1.5” lines also off P2 . Haz Mat 1 was added to the call due to gas tanks and oil drums on fire in the building. Pump 3 picked up a second hydrant and pulled into the adjacent business to the fight the fire from the rear.

The fire was knocked down in 30 minutes. A second building on site also caught fire but was extinguished quickly. Firefighters were able to save 65% of the main fire building. The fire was started by a worker drilling holes in cars to drain oil. A spark started the fire which workers tried to knock down with numerous extinguishers before firefighters arrived. Box 690 provided rehab. Photos taken 10 minutes into the call.

Gary Dinkel, Box 690

kitchener Ontario firefighters battle scrapyard fire

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kitchener Ontario firefighters battle scrapyard fire

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kitchener Ontario firefighters battle scrapyard fire

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kitchener Ontario firefighters battle scrapyard fire

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firefighter swaps SCBA bottle at fire scene

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kitchener Ontario firefighters battle scrapyard fire

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kitchener Ontario firefighters battle scrapyard fire

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firefighters pickup hose after a fire

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firefighters pickup hose after a fire

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Newport Township FPD (IL) 2nd alarm on box 14-43 for a barn fire on Hunt Club rd. North of Wadsworth rd. Fully involved on arrival with some extension to another barn next to it. Total loss with 2 vehicles stored inside. Jeff Rudolph

silo stands amid barn destroyed by fire

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Firefighters apply foam to protect barn

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car inside garage destroyed by fire

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Mack R-Model fire trucks

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