This from Jeff Rudolph:

 … some shots from Fox Lake … 04/08/13 Fox Lake responded to a fire in the 38000 blk. of Hillandale in un-incorporated Spring Grove . Engine 223 arrived and found an elevated 1-story house well involved. Command called for an Antioch engine and a Spring Grove tender before pulling box 22-14 to the 2nd alarm for tenders and chiefs, as well as a special for squads from McHenry and Newport. Steep terain and limited access proved difficult for both firefighters and apparatus, as tenders had to back down several blocks of narrow winding gravel roads. Initial thoughts that the resident was still inside the burning house proved wrong, as he arrived from a trip to the store to find firefighters attempting to save his home. Crews worked into the night to extinguish and overhaul the remains. No injuries reported.

Fox Lake Fire Department tender

Fox Lake Tender 262 drafting from a portable tank. Jeff Rudolph photo

Antioch Fire Department engine

Antioch’e engine with lines off. Jeff Rudolph photo

firefighter with hose line

A Fox Lake firefighter calls for additional hose. Jeff Rudolph photo

firefighters with hose

Antioch firefighters on a line. Jeff Rudolph photo

Fox Lake pumper tanker

One of Fox Lake’s tenders. Jeff Rudolph photo

Fox Lake house on fire

Another shot from the rear showing the difficulty in accessing the house. Jeff Rudolph photo

Fox Lake house on fire

Heavy fire engulfs the upper level of the house. Jeff Rudolph photo