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New Haven 1319 Ella T. Grasso Blvd dwelling fire
06/26/20 New Haven, CT -Companies were clearing up from a small fire in a dwelling not far away when this box was transmitted. Engine 9 arrived first- due reporting heavy fire, in the rear number two floor of this large, occupied, private dwelling. Multiple lines were stretched as trucks opened up and performed topside ventilation. The fire quickly traveled into the third floor and attic before being brought under control. All hands operated for about an hour to bring the fire under control. All searches proved negative, with no reported injuries. The fire is being investigated by the marshals.

heavy smoke from roof of house on fire
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heavy smoke from roof of house on fire
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heavy smoke from roof of house on fire
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heavy smoke from roof of house on fire
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heavy smoke from roof of house on fire
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Seagrave tractor-drawn aerial at fire scene
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New Haven Firefighters on scene
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New Haven 2nd alarm 1303 Chapel St. vacant dwelling 
12/25/19 New Haven, CT – New Haven firefighters hoped for a quiet Christmas as they came on shift. Instead, as they pulled out of quarters for the box alarm, companies reported they could see it. Engine Company 6 arrived reporting a top floor fire. Multiple hand lines were stretched as the fire continued to grow. Companies made an interior attack, but were chased out due to deteriorating conditions. A 2nd alarm was transmitted as companies transitioned to exterior operations. Truck companies went to work with a tower ladder and ladder pipe operations. Additional two and half hand lines also flanked the dwelling on all sides to darken down the fire. It took companies about two hours to bring the fire under control. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the fire marshals office. 
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New Haven FD Rescue 1
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03/01/15 New Haven, CT 922 Winchester Avenue dwelling fire

New Haven firefighters arrived to find heavy fire on the top floor of this two and a half story, wood frame around three thirty a.m. Companies initially made an interior attack but were withdrawn due to a water supply issue. The fire soon took hold of the top floor and went through the roof. An exterior attack took about forty five minutes to darken down the fire before companies would regain entry to overhaul. All primary searches proved negative except for the removal of one family pet, a cat, which was found on the first floor. Several families were displaced. No one was injured in the blaze.

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Seagrave tractor-drawn aerial at fire scene

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Seagrave tractor-drawn aerial at fire scene

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Seagrave tractor-drawn aerial at fire scene

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Seagrave tractor-drawn aerial at fire scene

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Seagrave tractor-drawn aerial at fire scene

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fireman at ladder turntable

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fireman carries family cat from house fire

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