Attached are some shots of a house fire at 1805 Main St in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada from December 7, 2012. The fire was reported by a passing motorist around 10 am, reporting flames through the roof of the house. Cambridge dispatched three quints, a pumper, a rescue, a tanker, and the Platoon Chief to the call. P5 reported a thermal column as they pulled out of their station on Main St approximately one mile from the call. This is a rural part of the city, with the closest hydrant approximately ¾ of a mile from the home. P5 arrived on-scene, confirmed fire through the roof, and requested additional tankers to the scene. Tankers from the Ayr and Puslinch fire departments responded. All fire fighting was defensive. The fire was knocked down within an hour of arrival, with extensive overhaul over the next two hours. The suspected cause of the fire was a well stoked, unattended, wood fire place. Damages were set at $300,000.