On 7/29/18 at 14:54, Manchester, CT started receiving calls for the gas station at 555 Middle Tpke. W on fire. Companies arrived to the rear of the store on fire and extending inside. The inside fire was knocked down quickly and the propane tank to the rear was allowed to burn off.

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gas station fire in Manchester CT

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gas station fire in Manchester CT

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gas station fire in Manchester CT

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gas station fire in Manchester CT

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Coventry, CT had this 3rd alarm structure fire on 7/27/18 at 3466 Main St just before 06:00. Members arrived to heavy fire blowing out the rear of a pizza shop. Numerous mutual aid companies assisted at the scene with tankers and manpower.

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Firefighters vent roof during a fire

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Firefighters vent roof during a fire

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University of Connecticut Fire Department Tower 122,

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heavy smoke from commercial building fire

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North Coventry FD Engine 2

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University of Connecticut Fire Department Tower 122,

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Lebanon, Ct had this 2-alarm fire at 116 Deepwood Dr on 7/26/18 just before 23:00. Numerous mutual aid assisted at the scene.

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Firefighters battle house fire at night

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E-ONE quint battles house fire

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house destroyed by fire at night

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Firefighters battle house fire at night

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house destroyed by fire at night

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Kitchener (ON) fire dispatch received a 9-1-1 call for a house fire at 1242 King Street East July 13, 2018 at 00:37. P3, P4, A1, R1, and Car 23 were dispatched to the call. P3 arrived on scene reporting heavy fire venting 30 feet out the E2-E3 corner of the two-story house. Live wires were hanging down across the street preventing the quint from setting up in front of the house. P4 picked up a hydrant on the way for P3. Hydro was cut to the entire area to allow firefighters to enter the house. Crews pulled numerous lines from both pumpers to attack the fire. Interior crews were able to knock the fire down on the main floor and perform primary searches of the basement and main floor. Heavy fire and high heat prevented searching the second floor. Firefighters were pulled out to go defensive. P3 set up their aerial to attack the fire venting out the roof. The fire was knocked down approximately an hour after pulling out. Portions of the roof collapsed, but since firefighters were all exterior there were no injuries. Damaged was pegged at $500,000, no cause has been released at this time. Box 690 provided rehab on this warm summers night.

Gary Dinkel, Box 690

Kitchener Firefighters battle a house fire

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2nd part video from the 5-Alarm fire in Prospect Heights, IL – July 18, 2018

1st part video from the 5-Alarm fire in Prospect Heights, IL – July 18, 2018

more shots from last week’s 5-Alarm fire in Prospect Heights, IL

Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

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Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

Chi-Town Fire Photos

Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

Chi-Town Fire Photos

Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

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Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

Steve Redick photo

Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

Steve Redick photo

Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

Steve Redick photo

Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

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Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

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Massive fire destroys 3 apartment buildings

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