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FRIDAY 12-15-2017: CITY OF SAINT CLAIR SHORES, MI {S.C.S.} 1ST ALARM + 1 AUTO AID COMPANY @ 21904 ALGER CROSS STREETS OF HELEN & MACK 1ST ALARM @ 18:58 HOURS B/O/O SERESA DISPATCH {SERESA DISPATCH CENTER DISPATCHES FOR THE CITIES OF S.C.S./ROSEVILLE/EAST DETROIT} 1ST ALARM COMPANIES ALL S.C.S. ENGINES 2/1/3 MEDICS 2/1/3 + B/C 1 AUTO AID @ 18:58 HOURS B/O/O SERESA AUTO AID COMPANY RESPONDING EAST DETROIT LADDER 1 – Matthew Sosnowski

winter house fire at night

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winter house fire at night

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winter house fire at night

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winter house fire at night

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winter house fire at night

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winter house fire at night

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winter house fire at night

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Sutphen fire engine at a night fire scene

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winter house fire at night

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winter house fire at night

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Here are a few images from the still and box alarm at 4555 S. Champlain in Chicago 12/9/17. Literally around the corner and down the block from Engine 45’s house. 45 had heavy smoke from the third floor on arrival. The first image here is from about 20 minutes in. Eric Haak

tower ladder battles fire at night

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tower ladder battles fire at night

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Chicago FD Squad 5A

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Chicago FD Engine 45

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Chicago FD Engine 60

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Stafford, CT had this working fire at 28 High St on 8/3/17 just after 02:00. Mutual aid from three towns assisted at the scene.

Stay safe,

Patrick Dooley

firefighters battle house fire

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firefighters use a Sutphen tower ladder at a fire

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firefighters battle house fire

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Stuffed tower ladder battles  a fire

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On Sunday morning, April 9th, I had the great opportunity to shoot the Detroit Fire Department at work. I was driving down I94 at Van Dyke when a Box Alarm came in on Van Dyke just northwest of Mack. I arrived and got into position just before the first companies landed. The primary fire building was going throughout with the D side exposure heavily involved and the B side occupied going. The DFD did an incredible job of saving the occupied home under these intense conditions.

Engine 1 dumped their monitor to knock down the fire on the roof of the occupied while Engine 9 connected to a hydrant. Engine 1 then moved out of the way and tagged a hydrant down the block. Companies immediately made entry to the occupied exposure and stretched a line to that building’s attic. Hand lines were dropped to protect the occupied exposure and the first arriving truck directed an elevated stream on the same. When the primary fire building collapsed, the exterior wall fell outward onto the exterior of the occupied exposure. Even with this added obstacle, the exposure was still saved. It was good to witness the DFD do what they do best. Hope you enjoy the images.

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Detroit firefighters battle a house fire with a deck gun

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Detroit firefighter deploys deck gun at house fire

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Detroit firefighter deploys deck gun at house fire

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Detroit firefighters battle a house fire

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Detroit firefighters battle a house fire

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Detroit firefighters battle a house fire

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Detroit firefighters battle a house fire

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Detroit firefighters battle massive inferno

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silhouette of firefighters with massive inferno

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Hagerstown city (MD) firefighters responded to a reported house fire on Jefferson St. (east side of downtown Hagerstown) Saturday night (2/5/17) around 9:15 p.m. They encountered heavy fire from multiple sides and the attic of the 2-story, wood-framed duplex structure.  Command quickly escalated the box assignment to include rapid intervention and safety assignments.  Crews aggressively worked the interior of the duplex but were pushed back by heavy fire and smoke. Evacuation tones were sounded multiple times during the first 20 minutes of the incident.

Interior teams re-entered the complex and knocked the heavy fire.  Truck companies worked the roof and attic areas to expose fire that had extended into the walls.  All occupants of the duplex self evacuated.  Crews remained on scene for hours to perform overhaul.

Command ordered an additional engine and squad company and eventually a 2nd alarm for manpower to assist the initial crews.  Companies from Washington County including Longmeadow, Funkstown, Maugansville, Halfway, Washington County Special Operations, the Rehab and Air units assisted in the incident.

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firefighters working at night

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firefighters working at night

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fire hose in the street at night

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firefighters on aerial ladder at night

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firefighter on aerial ladder at night

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firefighter at fire scene

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firefighter on aerial ladder at night

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firefighters working at night

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firefighters working at night

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firefighters working at night

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On 1/15/17 at 1940 hours South Windsor, Ct struck 2 alarms for this raised ranch house at 367 Griffin Rd.  More photos:

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Patrick Dooley

flames through the roof of a house

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flames through the roof of a house

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flames through the roof of a house

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heavy smoke from house fire

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aftermath of house fire

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