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The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a house fire just before 1 AM on Thursday, January 6th on North 22nd Street near West Wright Street and found fire coming from the second floor.

Firefighters reported the home as being occupied but they could not find the residents at the scene, however they located a cat and requested Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC).  The temperature during the fire was 15° with the wind chill being reported at -1°.  No injuries were reported. 
Asher Heimermann

The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a house fire near North 24th Street and West Burleigh Street. The call came in shortly after 11:30 PM.
 

The home was reportedly vacant and not occupied at the time of the fire. No injuries were reported at the scene.

Asher Heimermann

The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a house fire near North 24th Street and Garfield Avenue around 1:30 AM on Friday, December 24th. Originally reported as a rubbish fire, first arriving firefighters found a house on fire. 
 As firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze, the roof collapsed.

No injuries were reported at the scene and there is no word if anyone was home at the time. 

Asher Heimermann

Here are some photos of a 2-alarm fire in Milwaukee, WI at 21st and Scott on 2/9/21 around 3:30pm. 
Response included: Battalion 3, Battalion 4, Battalion 10, Car 3, Car 2C, Med 5, Med 6, Med 15, Engine 26, Engine 23, Engine 33, Engine 11, Engine 7, Engine 2, Engine 1, Engine 10, Engine 32, Engine 24, Truck 1, Truck 2, Truck 9, Truck 8, Rescue 1, Incident Command Post, Compressed Air 1, and West Allis Med 1 and Tower 62

More photos are in this link 

smoke and flames from house on fire
Tri State – USFiR Photography

The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a fire in the Furniture Depot store at 2523 West Lincoln Avenue on Milwaukee’s south side on Saturday, April 13th. When firefighters arrived on scene, they found the front of the store engulfed in flames. A second alarm was called before being elevated to a third alarm. The fire completely destroyed the store and damaged nearby businesses and a home.

Firefighters battled a 2-alarm fire for several hours on Saturday, August 18th at Family Dollar in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The fire was reported around 3:45 PM at the corner of Hampton Avenue and Teutonia Avenue. The building had a bowstring truss roof. Firefighters from the Milwaukee Fire Department and neighboring North Shore Fire Rescue responded. Milwaukee Police took one person into custody in connection with the fire.

Asher Heimermann