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Here are some images taken at Chicago’s second still and box alarm on Saturday morning (12/28). This came in at the same time that companies were working at the box on 48th Place. It was interesting to see Squad 1 working at 112th and State Street. Eric Haak

Chicago fire engine at a fire
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Firefighters with hose line at night
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Firefighters with hose line at night
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Rosenbauer Commander ACP-55
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Firefighters battled a house fire New Year’s Day 2020 in Lincolnwood, IL. Eric Haak

Firefighters battle a house fire
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Firefighters battle house fire
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Firefighters with big hose line
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Pierce tower ladder at fire scene
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Rosenbauer ACP-55
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Chicago FD Squad 2A Snorkel
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master streams at fire scene
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Roenbauer ACP-55 at work
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massive smoke from house fire
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Chicago firefighters were called to 2501 N. Keeler Avenue Monday afternoon (4/2/19) for a fire in a commercial food plant. When companies arrived, the fire was already in an advanced stage and burning in the center section of a long building with a sawtooth roofline. The alarm was eventually upgraded to a 5-11 and kept companies busy until late into the night. Some units were at the scene overnight and into t he next day.

massive flames and smoke from industrial building fire in Chicago
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Chicago FD Engine 76 pumping at a huge fire
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Chicago FD Engine 44
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Chicago FD Engine 35
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Chicago FD Squad 2A Rosenbauer Commander ACP-55
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heavy fire blows out of brick building
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Chicago FD Squad 2A Rosenbauer Commander ACP-55
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Chicago FD Tower Ladder 21 E-ONE Cyclone II HP95
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aftermath of huge industrial fire
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water floods the street around fire engine at massive fire scene
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more photos at Chicagoareafire.com

Des Plaines (IL) firefighters responded to a fire at Maine Scrap Metals at 1274 Rand Road just after 11PM on Wednesday (1/10/18). They arrived and had fire inside the building and upgraded the alarm to a working fire. Within minutes they were defensive with flames through the roof and a compromised exterior wall. The alarm was upgraded to a MABAS Box Alarm as master streams were put into operation. Eventually four elevated streams were deployed from Des Plaines Tower 61, Des Plaines Tower 63, Niles Truck 2, and Chicago Squad 7A.

After the bulk of the fire was out and access to the smoldering fire was difficult due to the roof collapse, a front end loader was brought in to knock down the remains of the D-Sector wall which bordered a limousine company.

 

have fire and flames through roof

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Pierce tower ladder battles large fire

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Rosenbauer Amercai Commander ACP-55 snorkel

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Firefighters overhaul after fire with tower ladder

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