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Additional photos from the Working fire in West Chicago, IL – March 10, 2018

Carol Stream Fire District Squad 27

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Carol Stream Fire District Engine 29

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York Center FPD pumper tanker

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Warrenville FPD tower ladder

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West Chicago FPD tower ladder

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St Charles Fire Department pumper tanker

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Carol Stream Fire District Truck 28

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St Charles Fire Department pumper tanker

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Firefighters at house fire

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West Chicago FPD Tanker 5

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Carol Stream Fire District Truck 28

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Carol Stream Fire District Truck 28

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02/05/18  – 4335 94th st. Pleasant Prairie, WI – 4th alarm

Several Illinois departments responded into Kenosha County, WI to assist Pleasant Prairie with a fire in a large home . Newport, Winthrop Harbor, Zion, Beach Park, Waukegan, Antioch, and Gurnee responded to the scene. Several others filled in at their stations. – Jeff Rudolph

massive smoke from house fire

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massive smoke from house fire

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Firefighters operate a hose line during a house fire

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Gurnee Fire Department E-ONE Cyclone II fire engine

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Beach Park Fire Department Seagrave Marauder II fire engine

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Waukegan Fire Department Seagrave quint

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Firefighters battle a 4-Alarm fire that destroyed an apartment building at 1119 W. 127th Street in Calumet Park, IL 12/8/17. Eric Haak photos

fire truck working at night fire scene

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fire blowing out of apartment building windows

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apartments destroyed by fire

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fire truck working at night fire scene

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fire trucks working at night fire scene

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fire truck working at night fire scene

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fire truck working at night fire scene

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Prospect Heights (IL) firefighters were called to 409 Etowah Avenue Thursday night (6/1/17) at 9PM for a house fire. First arriving units had fire showing from the B-Side of the house and made a quick hit from the exterior. The area is without hydrants and the first-due tanker was out of service. As Prospect Heights Engine 39 laid out 1,500′ of 5″ hose to a nearby school, Long Grove Tanker 55 supplied water to Prospect Heights Engine 9 in front of the house. The alarm was upgraded to a Code 4 for the working fire bringing companies from Arlington Heights, Mt. Prospect, Wheeling, Elk Grove Township, Northbrook, and the Palatine Rural FPD.

flames from window of house on fire

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flames from window of house on fire

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FF with hose line at house fire

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Spartan Gladiator Classic Alexis fire engine

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Long Grove FD Tanker 55

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Prospect Heights FPD Battalion 9

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aftermath of house fire

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Prospect Heights FD Engine 9

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Firefighters prepare PPE before entering house on fire

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Firefighters after battling a house fire

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Here are some photos of the Box Alarm for the house fire in Berwyn at 3310 S Home Ave. The fire started at approx. 11:45 hours. Companies arrived on scene and reported heavy smoke and fire showing from the roof. The Box Alarm was initiated about 10 minutes into the incident. One victim was found deceased. Thanks. -Jeff Braun Jr.

Spartan fire engine o a hydrant

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master streams directed at house fire

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heavy smoke from house on fire

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smoke and flames from house on fire

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Oak park FD E-ONE tower ladder at house fire

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fire trucks at fire scene

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hose lines off of fire engine on a hydrant

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more photos at chicagoareafire.com and here and here

3-alarm fire about mid-morning on April 10th, Grosse Pointe, Michigan had a structure fire in a large, single-family dwelling. The first arriving company reported heavy smoke and fire and requested a 3rd Alarm on arrival. Responding from a distance, I thought for sure this was going to be one heck of a job. When I arrived on the scene I was suprised to see just three pieces of equipment and the fire mostly out with the exception of some residual smoke. Turned out that this was a Public Safety Department with Grosse Pointe sending a mini-pumper, Grosse Pointe Farms sending an engine and Grosse Pointe Park sending a tower ladder on a third alarm. There was heavy fire blowing out the kitchen window which was handled with the companies shown in the images. Nothing dramatic but an interesting response which I thought I would share here. Eric Haak

Grosse Pointe Park fire truck

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Gross Point fire engine

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scene of a 2-alarm house fire in Grosse Pointe MI

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firefighters at fire scene

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firefighter in full PPE

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firefighters swap SCBA bottle

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Grosse Pointe Farms fire engine

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Garage destroyed by fire

Silver Spring Twp, Pa – Cumberland County 911 Communications alerted companies 33, 31, 127, 125, Trk 28, Sq 33, Res 31, Tnkr31, Tnkr33, and Amb 72 for a house on fire at 274 Ridge Hill Road in New Kingstown, on Box 33-01.

Chief 33 (Curtis Hall) arrived immedialty & confirmed a working fire & that he was taking command. All occupants were outside the home & accounted for.

Crews made an aggressive attack & extinguished the fire within minuties but they had  extensive overhaul. Two vehicles were inside the double garage; a Corvette & a Nissan which along with the homeowner’s belongings obtained extensive damage. Fiefighters vented the home using fans while additional crews pulled siding checking on extension.

The incoming engine company dropped 1,500 ft of 5in LDH. EMS was on standby & supplied the firefighters water during rehab. The cause of the fire remains under investigation

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firefighters at garage fire

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EMS personnel standing by at fire scene

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fire trucks at fire scene

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firefighter at fire scene

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fire chief and firefighter at fire scene

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volunteer fire chief at fire scene

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probationary firefighter at fire scene

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fire chief and firefighters at fire scene

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fire chief at fire scene

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volunteer firefighter with fire truck at scene

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fire trucks at fire scene

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firefighter after battling a fire

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firefighter with TIC after battling a fire

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firefighter after battling a fire

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firefighters at fire scene

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fire chief at fire scene

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