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St Clements and Linwood (On) were dispatched for a structure fire at Broadway Metals, 3002 Broadway Street November 26 2017 at 22:00. Dispatch reported tires on fire beside the building. St Clements requested Wellesley’s tanker on route to the call. Pump 2 arrived on scene reporting heavy fire on the E3 side of the building with possible extension into the office. P2 set up for drafting and pulled multiple lines. Linwood P1 set up at the fire department reservoir located on the E1 – E4 side of the building. A four-inch line was deployed to the rear of the building from P1 and a portable hydrant was set up. Multiple lines were run off the portable hydrant. Command reported multiple double stacked skids with rubber dock bumpers on fire below grade beside the building. St Clements firefighters reported minor extension into the attic of the business. Command requested Wellesley’s aerial and rescue respond with manpower. The heavy fire was knocked down in 25 minutes with overhaul taking another couple of hours. The Ontario Fire Marshal was called in to investigate the suspicious fire. Box 690 provided rehab for 3.5 hours, our second fire that day. Members got to bed at 2 am and half an hour later were out to the Ellis Road fire in Wellington County, photos posted back in November. Photos taken 25 minutes into the fire.

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Box 690 Rehab unit

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Wellesley Township fire engine at work

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Kitchener, Ontario fire dispatch toned out St Clements and Wellesley for a confirmed structure fire at 3482 Hessen Strasse at 14:55. The St Clements district chief asked for details on the call and requested a second alarm, a full response from Linwood. Shop workers were using a blow torch to remove some metal fixtures from the wall. They noticed smoke coming from the walls and evacuated the sand blasting business and called 911. St Clements arrived on scene reporting smoke showing. Water was initially used from tankers, and then a 4” line was dropped from a fire department 50,000 gallon cistern located 600 feet down the laneway. The fire was contained to the wall and a small portion of the attic. Overhaul took 2.5 hours pulling the siding down, and clearing cellulose insulation from the attic. Photos taken 30 minutes into the call. Box 690 provided rehab.

 Gary Dinkel, Box 690

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Kitchener (ON) fire dispatch received a call for smoke coming from the vents of a house at Lobsinger Line and Green Hills Road. Linwood and Wellesley stations were toned out on the first alarm January 11 at 14:00. A volunteer firefighter was just down the road at the township office and was on scene in two minutes reporting a working fire. St Clements Station was toned out on the second alarm as well as Box 690 at 14:04.

Crews found fire in the basement and main floor with extension up to the second floor walls. No one was home and the fire was knocked down in an hour. Extensive overhaul needed on all three floors.

Photos taken an hour into the fire when I arrived on scene with the Canteen Truck. Two Box 690 members had rehab set up by 14:30 from their personal vehicles. Approximately 25 firefighters on scene with three rescues, three pumpers, three tankers, and a 82’ quint. Water was shuttled from a nearby cistern at a local church.

Gary Dinkel, Box 690

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