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Firefighters from the cities of Columbus and Worthington (OH) twice responded to a north side Bob Evans restaurant for a fire. Crews had extinguished a fire that damaged the rear of the structure around 3 am, and were initially called back to check the location just before 10am. The first due units however, reported heavy smoke while en route and requested the full working assignment. The second fire completely destroyed the interior of the building, and took three aerials and several handlines over two hours to contain.

Units on scene:

ES2, Battalion 2, Battalion 7, Battalion 101, EMS12, SO2, PIO

Engines 6, 13, 16, 19, 24, 26, 32, 33, 101

Ladders 12, 24, 27, 28, 33, 101

Medics 6, 24, 33

Rescue 16, ISU19, BOX15- Rehab2

Additional Photos can be found at my Flickr: Central Ohio Emergency Response

Columbus Box 15 Rehab

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Worthington FD Battalion 101

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Columbus FD Tower 24

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Columbus FD Engine 243

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Worthington FD Engine 101

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Columbus FD Tower 24

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Columbus FD Tower 33

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Columbus FD Tower 33

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Columbus FD Tower 24

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 heavy rescue squad

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New Haven 244 Howard Ave vacant dwelling:

10/22/17 New Haven, CT – Just before shift change, firefighters in the Hill section received an early wake up call. They responded to 244 Howard Ave for a dwelling fire. First-due Engine 11 found heavy smoke from the second floor of a dwelling. Companies began an interior attack and searches simultaneously. They discovered that the dwelling was vacant and the fire was in the basement. The fire ran the number two side walls up to the third floor before being brought under control. It was later discovered that the fire started on the first floor, burned through the floor into the basement, then traveled up the walls. There were no injuries to firefighters. The cause of the fire is suspicious. Glenn Duda
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New Haven FD Aerial Tower 1

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Firefighters vent house roof during a fire

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smoke and flames from house on fire

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heavy smoke from house fire in New Haven

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Firefighters vent house roof during a fire

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Firefighters vent house roof during a fire

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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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10/19/15 Detroit, MI –

Detroit Box Alarm Edison and McQuade, four-flat dwelling. Firefighters from the 5th battalion had heavy fire throughout a four-flat dwelling fanned by thirty mph sustained winds.

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Detroit firefighter with heavy flames

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Sutphen tower in Detroit with heavy fire

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Detour fire scene at night

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Sutphen tower in Detroit with heavy fire

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Sutphen tower in Detroit with heavy fire

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firefighter silhouette

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Windsor, CT had multiple calls reporting a fire in the area of Thoreau Cir. Windsor Engine 1 arrived to fire showing from floor#1 and 2. Mutual aid from Blue Hills, Suffield, and Windsor Locks assisted at the scene with Bradley Airport and South Windsor covering the town. More pictures:

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Patrick Dooley

firemen with hose at house fire

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house fire with heavy smoke

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house fire with heavy smoke

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house fire with heavy smoke

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firemen in Sutphen tower ladder at fire scene

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Roofers are believed to have started a fire that destroyed a restaurant in Roseville, MI (11/16/14). Images from Gordon J. Nord, Jr.

Eastpointe Sutphen fire truck at fire scene

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Eastpointe Sutphen fire truck at fire scene

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fire engine at fire scene

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St Clair Shores Sutphen fire engine at fire scene

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Roseville Sutphen fire engine at fire scene

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03/04/15 Box 901 577 Winthrop Ave, New Haven, CT

New Haven Firefighters responding to a report of a kitchen fire arrived to find a three story, wood frame with heavy fire on the first floor. The fire rapidly extended throughout the dwelling, prompting Battalion Chief Gould to transmit the second alarm.  The fire was brought under control in about 45 minutes.

There was evidence of a gas explosion on the number one side as part of the first floor was heavily damaged and bowed out. No one was home at the time of the fire. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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black smoke from house on fire

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New Haven CT Sutphen tower at fire scene

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firemen at winter house fire scene

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firemen at winter house fire scene

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house fire aftermath

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