2-11 Alarm fire in chicago

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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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Fire at a pallet company at 550 W. Root Street, Chicago 5/7/18

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Chicago firefighters battled a commercial building fire that extended to a second building at 10522 S. Ewing Avenue 3/9/18. The alarm was elevated to a 2-11 with an EMS Plan I for civilian injuries.

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Chicago firefighters battled fire in a commercial building at 4749 W. Lake Street just after midnight Monday (2/12/18). The fire was discovered by Truck 29 while returning to quarters from a Still & Box Alarm fire. Flames had already engulfed the entire building and the alarm was eventually elevated to a 2-11. The building collapsed shortly after companies went to work. Two multi-versals along with elevated master streams from Tower Ladder 5, Tower Ladder 14, Squad 2A and Truck 29 were deployed. One member from the 5-11 Club Support Service Unit was injured after loosing his balance on a patch of ice and was transported to a hospital.

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Chicago FD spare fire engine for Engine 95

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Chicago FD Tower Ladder 14 E-ONE Cyclone II HP100

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Firefighters pour water on building fire

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Chicago fire scene near elevated tracks

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Chicago firefighters made one rescue while battling fire in a two-story commercial building with apartments above at 7130 S. South Chicago Avenue 2/12/18. Steve Redick

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Chicago FD Tower Ladder 37 at work

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Chicago FD Engine 122 at work

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Chicago FD Tower Ladder 37 at work

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Chicago FD Engine 72 at work

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Chicago FD Engine 63 at work

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Chicago FD Tower Ladder 37 at work

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Chicago FD Engine 47 at work

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A quick moving fire in Chicago’s Roseland neighborhood awoke residents just before 6:30 Christmas morning. The fire at 104th Place and State Street quickly consumed the attic and second floor of the 2-story frame apartment building. Upon his arrival, the chief of the 22nd battalion reported that he had heavy fire on the second floor and requested a still and box. Companies were met with two frozen hydrants along State Street and had to work to secure a water source which prompted the 2-11. The building was occupied and all residents did escape the fire. The B-side exposure was heavily damaged as well. Eric Haak

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Chicago FD Canteen 4-0-0 reported to the EFAO yesterday morning (8/10/17) around 4AM of (2), 2-sty frames going at 840 w 53rd Place. Canteen 4-0-2 was a block away at a SWAT call with CPD. Engine 49 arrived and went defensive on a 1.5-sty frame totally involved extending to a 2.5-sty frame to the west. Engine 50, in their new rig, was 2nd up and had numerous lines off. Companies had water problems and the box engines ended up dropping and feeding the attack engines from blocks away. Tower 39 really worked hard, taking the boards off most of the 2nd floor windows, making holes in the roof, and on the front of the building. Squad 5 was in the alley being fed by Engine 116. Towers 39 and 37 were both in spare tower ladders. I arrived after the 2-11, it was very over grown around both of the buildings.

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heavy flames and smoke through roof of a house at night

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heavy flames and smoke through roof of a house at night

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heavy flames and smoke through roof of a house at night

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heavy flames and smoke through roof of a house at night

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heavy flames and smoke through roof of a house at night

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heavy flames and smoke through roof of a house at night

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