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WEDNESDAY 10-31-2018: DATELINE CITY OF FLINT MICHIGAN

1ST ALARM FOR A RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE FIRE IN THE VACINITY OF 2ND AVE + HALL STREET, CORRECTED LOCATION IS HALL STREET & DAVIS STREET. 1ST ALARM @ 23:13 HOURS B/O GENESSEE COUNTY DISPATCH {FIRE MAIN OR FIRE CENTER} COMPANIES RESPONDING TRUCK {QUINT} 15 ENGINES 31/81 HEAVY RESCUE SQUADS 1/2 B.C.

house engulfed in fire at night

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Hartford, Ct Ladder 3 struck a 2nd alarm on arrival for heavy fire showing from the rear of an occupied 3-story brick building. Members made a very aggressive interior attack and were able to knock the fire down in a short period of time. More pictures at www.squadfirephotos.com

Stay safe,

Patrick Dooley

heavy smoke from night fire at apartment building

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night fire at apartment building

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Stuffed tower ladder working at night fire scene

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night fire at apartment building

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A vacant residence in the 4000 block of Wiggins Road was destroyed in an evening fire Wednesday 17-December.  The initial call was received at 17:07. Colleton County (SC) Fire-Rescue Engine 6 arrived to find the single-story, wood-frame structure approximately 70% involved. The home is located in a remote rural area. Firefighter-Paramedics deployed multiple handlines to combat the fire.

The flames extended into a wooded area adjacent to the home and a tractor was requested from the Forestry Commission. Firefighters knocked down the heavy flames within 25 minutes, but were on the scene for 4 hours performing overhaul. Water supply was conducted with a tender shuttle. The Forestry Commission plowed a fire line around the property to contain the woods fire. The home had no power connected and the fire was apparently intentionally set. Fire investigators and the Sheriff’s Office are investigating the incident.

Engine 6, Engine 13, Tender 6, Tender 13, Tender 22, Tender 25, Medic 6, Medic 13, Battalion 1. and Car 107 responded. Asst. Chief Marty Stallings served as the incident commander.

Barry W. McRoy, Fire Chief, Colleton County Fire-Rescue

fire trucks at night fire scene

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firemen at night fire scene

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firemen at night fire scene

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firemen at night fire scene

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An automatic alarm alerted the Wauconda Fire Department (IL) to a fire Tuesday night at the Sikh temple on State Road in Island Lake. Smoke was showing on arrival and the alarm was upgraded to a 2nd Alarm. The building was a total loss. Images from Jeff Rudolph show the scene almost an hour before I arrived.

fire truck at night fire scene

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firemen with hose line at fire scene

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firemen with hose line at fire scene

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firemen with hose line at fire scene

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firemen with hose line at fire scene

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Pierce Velocity at night fire scene

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heavy rescue squad from SVI

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Pierce tower ladder at night fire scene Velocity

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small church burns at night

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American LaFrance fire engine with Command Light

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MESS Canteen at fire scene

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Ferrara fire engine at fire scene

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Pierce fire engine with lots of hoses at fire scene

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Sikh temple burns at night

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Nova Quintech Skayarm tower ladder at fire scene

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tower ladder fighting fire with master stream

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The 14th Battalion on Chicago’s West Side received a report of a building on fire near the intersection of Pulaski and Ogden Avenues Tuesday morning. Engine 38 and Truck 48 arrived first-in around 0544 hours and reported they did have a fire, and requested a Still & Box. Battalion 14 arrived on-scene and reported heavy fire in a two-story, 50×125 commercial building. At 0621 hours and 0623 hours, the 2-11 and 3-11 Alarms were requested. Six master streams and four hand lines were used in an effort to surround and drown the fire. At 0802 hours, 2-1-6 struck out the 3-11. As of 1130 hours, companies were being relieved on the scene as they continue to chase hot spots and overhaul the structure. The building was reported to have a music recording studio on the first floor and a banquet hall on the 2nd.

Here are some shots from the 3-11 this morning.

flames through the roof at a commercial building fire in Chicago

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flames through the roof at a commercial building fire in Chicago

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commercial building fire in Chicago

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flames through the roof at a commercial building fire in Chicago

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commercial building fire in Chicago

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Full gallery is on my site. Chicago 3-11 Alarm Fire @ 4011 W Ogden Ave – CHI-TOWN FIRE PHOTOS

Manchester, Ct had this working fire at 208 Spruce St. on 12/20/13 at 0108 hours. The fire was in the rear of the first floor bar and traveled up into the second floor. Members made a quick stop. This is the second fire at this building. The first pictures are at http://www.squadfirephotos.com/2010/Fires/Manchester-Ct-1

 Stay safe,

Patrick Dooley

Manchester firemen battle winter fire in tavern 12-20-13

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Manchester firemen battle winter fire in tavern 12-20-13

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Manchester firemen battle winter fire in tavern 12-20-13

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Manchester firemen battle winter fire in tavern 12-20-13

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More pictures from this fire at at www.squadfirephotos.com