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Cambridge ON million dollar fire

Cambridge (ON) Fire dispatch toned out P2, A6, A3, P1, R1, and Car 6 for a possible fire at the Ontario Provincial Police station at 500 Beaverdale Road at 14:24. P2 reported a thermal column enroute, and fire through the roof on arrival. A6 was second due at the fire and set up it’s aerial for master stream operations. A hydrant was picked up on the east side of the fire to supply P2 and A6. Interior firefighters reported they couldn’t open up the ceiling to get into the attic. The roof was reinforced so no one could exit through it or get into the station through the roof. The firefighters were pulled from the building and A6 was ordered to open up their nozzle. Crews tried to trench cut the roof but were pulled off quickly due to fire already running the length of the structure.

Firefighters pulled a four-inch supply line to a second hydrant on the west side of the fire, the only other hydrant available in the area. Multiple lines were used to attack the fire. P5 was added to the call as firefighters were battling high heat and the heavy fire. Off-duty crews were called in to staff spare equipment. The fire was brought under control in two hours. Firefighters were rotated through rehab to keep well hydrated. There were four new fighters at the fire having been hired as part of a new station opening.

Damage was set between $1 to $1.5 million. The Ontario Fire Marshal and Cambridge Fire Prevention are investigating the cause of the fire. Box 690 served 197 cold drinks, numerous snacks, and dinner. The Cambridge mayor said they could not have scripted a major fire less than half an hour after officially opening a new station. A6, a 2018 Pierce 110’ Ascendant platform was placed in service at 7 am when the first firefighters moved into the station prior to the grand opening. Photos and video shot 25 minutes into the fire.

Gary Dinkel, Box 690

heavy smoke pours from Ontario Provincial Police building fire
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This is from a 2-11 pallet yard and commercial building fire on the south side of the Chicago on May 7th, 2018 at 550 W. Root.

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Chicago FD Engine 49

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Chicago FD Squad 5A

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Chicago FD Tower Ladder 39

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Chicago FD Engine 50

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Chicago FD Squad 5A

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Chicago FD Engine 29

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Chicago FD Engine 29

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Kimberly Ct & Grand River in Detroit on 11/25/17. Engine 42 sent on a Still Alarm for a garage fire. They arrived and requested the box for a 2-flat and multiple garages going throughout. Ladder 17 used their aerial master stream fed by Engine 40. Engines 34 & 39 also back stretched on this fire.

massive fire engulfs vacant house in Detroit

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massive fire engulfs vacant house in Detroit

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massive fire engulfs vacant house in Detroit

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massive fire engulfs vacant house in Detroit

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Detroit FD Sutphen tower ladder battles massive fire

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Detroit FD Sutphen tower ladder battles massive fire

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Conestoga College pre firefighter students and Wellesley Township firefighters burned a house down 19 April 2013. The annual event gives students a chance for some hands-on firefighting in a rural setting. All firefighting is strictly exterior, supervised by career firefighters and trainers. Water was supplied from a creek located at the front of the property, approximately 600 feet from the house. Box 690 provided rehab and lunch for the 40 firefighters and students on scene.

Gary Dinkel, Box 690

Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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Firefighter live-fire training

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fire pumps drafting water

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Mack Thibault fire engine

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Mack Thibault fire engine

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1661 Highland occupied dwelling fire

07/06/16 Detroit, MI – Companies fought a stubborn fire in an occupied two-story, wood frame. The fire started in the basement and extended to the roof before being brought under control in about an hour. Glenn Duda

house fire in Detroit at night

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