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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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These images are from a fully-involved commercial garage on a residential property in an unincorporated section of the Northbrook Fire Protection District at 2500 Pfingsten Road on November 14, 2012.

big flames through the roof of a building at night

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big flames through the roof of a building at night

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Piere fire engine at night fire scene

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Piere fire trucks at night fire scene

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fireman pulling hose at night

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A citizen called the Northbrook Fire Department (IL)  Monday night around 10:30 reporting fire in a vacant two-story building near the downtown train station. Companies arrived to find fire inside the building at 1856 Walters Avenue and upgraded the alarm to a Code 4 for the working fire.

Northbrook Engines 10 & 11, Squad 12 and Tower 12, Ambulance 10 and Battalion 11 were the initial companies with Glenview Truck 14. The working fire added Deerfield Truck 20, Highland Park Squad 34, Lincolnshire-Riverwoods Ambulance 52, and Wheeling Engine 42.

The main body of fire was knocked down quickly from the outside, then companies searched the building for extension and occupants. A Box Alarm was requested for change of quarters companies only as units were tied up at the scene for a while.

firemen with hose line attacking a fire

Tim Olk photo

firemen with hose line attacking a fire

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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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firemen hooking up to a hydrant

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Pierce 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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Pierce fire truck

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