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On January 26, 2020, Boston Fire was dispatched to a reported fire on Seaver Street. Companies had heavy fire on arrival and a report of one occupant still in the building that was rescued shortly after arrival. Crews fought the fire offensively, keeping it to a first-alarm assignment and knocking the heavy fire down within 15 minutes. While checking for extension a cat was rescued from the building. It appeared to be okay. More photos can be found here:
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Boston Firefighter at fire scene
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Boston house gutted by fire
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The Wausau Fire Department was called for a reported apartment on fire at 406 7th  Street near the east side of Wausau Friday evening.

Flames could be seen coming out of an upstairs window. A number of animals needed to be rescued from the blaze and their condition is unknown.  No injuries were reported.

No cause at this time Wausau Fire Marshall was being brought in.

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firefighter overhauls after house fire

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firefighter overhauls after house fire

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pets rescued from house fire

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Cambridge, Ontario fire dispatch received a 911 call from a motorist reporting a possible fire at 6 McNaughton Street April 6, 2015 at 22:30. Nineteen firefighters responded with two pumpers, two quints, heavy rescue, and platoon chief. Pump 5 arrived on scene with smoke and flames showing. Firefighters pulled two lines into the front of the building to attack the fire. Crews were pulled from the building within minutes when heavy fire vented out windows from the back of the structure. The heavy fire was knocked down in twenty minutes. Pictures were taken approximately 25 minutes after arrival of firefighters. The fire was declared out at 01:15. Damage has been pegged at $300,000 and is being investigated by Cambridge Fire Prevention, Regional Police, and an investigator from the Office of the Fire Marshall. Box 690 on scene 2.5 hours providing rehab.

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firefighter saves cat from fire

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firefighters in Cambridge Ontario at fire scene

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firefighters in Cambridge Ontario at fire scene

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firefighters in Cambridge Ontario at fire scene

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The Highland Park Fire Department received a report of a house fire at 2776 Oak Street, located at the far northern edge of town along the Ft Sheridan property and the lakefront. A Commonwealth Edison worker reported smoke coming from the house. The alarm dispatch went right to the Code 4 for the working fire, bringing all Highland Park units in addition to Highwood, Countryside, and Deerfield.

Upon arrival, the size up mentioned smoke showing from two sides. Firefighters found a well involved kitchen fire that was contained quickly. The occupants were not home at the time. Firefighters brought a cat out of the house and administered oxygen. Reportedly another cat perished.

Tim Olk submitted these images from the scene.

Highland Park IL firemen battle winter house fire 1-15-14

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fireman rescues cat from house fire

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Highland Park IL firemen battle winter house fire 1-15-14

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fireman rescues cat from house fire

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Highland Park IL firemen battle winter house fire 1-15-14

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