The Harvey Fire Department (IL) and MABAS 24 auto-aid companies had their hands full New Years’ Eve as they battled this house fire near 159th Street and Lexington. The home was reported as fully involved on arrival but then the search for working hydrants began. Every hydrant on the block and one block north of the fire building were inoperable. Country Club Hills Engine 14 was able to secure a working hydrant at 159th and Loomis while Posen Engine 2805 eventually found a positive source over 1,100 feet north of the fire building on Lexington. Despite facing these challenges, both exposure buildings were largely saved from sustaining significant damage.
The Harvey Fire Department (IL) had a 3-Alarm fire in a commercial building Sunday morning (1/19). There was heavy fire on the second floor of the 50 x 75 corner building. Once the main body had been brought under control, there was a ton of overhaul to be done in the frigid temperatures with a lot of hidden fire that needed to be located before being extinguished. Eric Haak
We took in a fire in Harvey, Illinois Thursday morning (1/16/20). Fire was in a 2-sty ordinary apartment building at 168 E 155th and it appeared it was in the attic. Couple lines were lead out and Posen Truck cut some holes in the roof. It was very windy at the time of this fire, crews did a good job keeping it to a minimum. Chi-Town Fire Photos
The Harvey Fire Department responded to the report of a commercial building fire in the 15400 block of Broadway in the early morning hours of November 16th. The fire was in a truss roof warehouse and communicated to a 2-story apartments over commercial building. The blaze was elevated to a MABAS box and these images were taken hours into the incident as companies were defensive on the original building early on.
The Harvey FD (IL) struck a MABAS Box Alarm for fire in a vacant apartment at 147th Street and Vail Avenue 12/26/18. They had another fire there earlier in the week.