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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago, 1-12-19

From Chicago Fire Media on Twitter:

2-11/EMS Plan 1 @ 4320 N Cicero, Now a 2-11. a 3 story occupied 1 civilian critical all companies working

fatal fire in a 3-story courtyard building in Chicago

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Excerpts from the ChicagoTribune.com:

A man has died following an extra-alarm fire that started on the Northwest Side Saturday morning about 8:45 a.m. on the upper level of a large 3-story brick apartment building complex at 4820 West Hutchinson Street. Earlier, the fire department said the blaze, which was elevated to an extra-alarm, happened at 4320 N. Cicero Ave., but that was where several 911 calls came from.

One man was inside the apartment when the fire started. He was badly injured and later pronounced dead at Community First Medical Center.

This from Eric Haak:

Chicago fatal 2-11 apartment fire: At about ten minutes to 9:00 this morning, Chicago’s Main Fire Alarm Office gave a working fire response followed by a Still & Box Alarm to Hutchinson and Cicero. The fire was in a third floor apartment that was part of a 3-story, U-shaped courtyard building. The fire extended into the cockloft and was elevated to a 2-11. Shortly afterward the fire was brought under control. Unfortunately, there was a fatality with this incident.

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Firefighter covered with insulation after overhauling a fire

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago on Ravenswood Avenue, 12-22-18 (more)

This from Steve Redick:

An hour or so after I left the 2-11 on Clark St another fire came in in the 6400 block of Ravenswood a few short blocks away. The fire involved a building complex housing an auto repair shop, furniture company, and some apartments. When I arrived there was not much to see and the only interesting shots had to be taken directly into the sun and in some smoke conditions.  All the images are here:
 
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commercial building fire scene

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Firefighters battle commercial building fire

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Firefighters battling a smokey fire without SCBA

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago on Ravenswood Avenue, 12-22-18 (more)

The second of two 2-11 Alarm fires in Chicago on 12/22/18 was at 6417 N Ravenswood Avenue (more)

This from Chi-Town Fire Photos:

This was the 2nd fire of the day. Originally dispatched E43 for rubbish, until the MFAO told them they were going to upgrade it to a full still. I left the fire on Clark Street and headed to this.  They found a 1-sty auto body shop, with smoke coming out of everywhere. They lead out and forced entry into a door on side B where they encountered heavy smoke. They attempted to make a push but were pulled out by the chief who immediately pulled a box. Companies went defensive. A very stubborn fire, with little progress to be made for a while. After putting the box companies to work and due to a lack of resources in staging, they pulled a 2-11. Fire ended up burning through the roof but they kept the fire from spreading to adjoining exposures. 8+ hand lines and 2 aerial master streams were used at the height of the fire.

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Firefighters at fire scene with heavy smoke

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Firefighters at fire scene with heavy smoke

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heavy smoke from commercial building fire

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago on Ravenswood Avenue, 12-22-18

The second of two 2-11 Alarm fires in Chicago on 12/22/18 was at 6417 N Ravenswood Avenue

 

This from Eric Haak:

Chicago had a 2-11 Alarm fire at 6417 N Ravenswood Saturday afternoon (12/22). The fire was in a 1-story commercial structure and was contained mostly to the 75×75 rear section that had a truss roof. The fire eventually burned through the roof and Tower Ladder 23 and the new Tower Ladder 21 were used to bring the fire under control.

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fire burns through the roof of a warehouse with a truss design

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Firefighters battle warehouse fire

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Chicago Firefighter pulling a 2 1/2" hose line

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago on Clark Street, 12-22-18

The first of two 2-11 Alarm fires in Chicago on 12/22/18 was at 7051 N. Clark Street

 

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago, 12/23/18

This from Eric Haak:

At a little after 0300 Sunday morning (12/23), Engine 101 landed with a fire in a 1-story, 65×100 truss roof trucking company at 74th and Bell Avenue. Battalion 20 boxed the fire less than a minute later and it would eventually be raised to a 2-11 Alarm. The building was a total loss. Engines 101, 15, 123, and 54 were all pumping at this incident and Tower Ladders 39 and 54 along with Squad 5’s Snorkel were in use as well.

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massive fire burns through warehouse roof at night

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E-ONE tower ladder battles warehouse fire at night

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massive fire burns through warehouse roof at night

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago, 12-9-18 (more)

This from Steve Redick:

This was Sunday morning, 12/9/18.  Some kind of mattress warehouse that was fully sprinklered and metal clad. Initial response was an automatic alarm I believe. Not much to be seen from the outside but got to watch truck 26 do some aggressive ventilation with the aerial as well as some saw work on the side of the building. Here’s a few images and all the rest including video can be seen here:
 
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Chicago Firefighters on aerial ladder turntable

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Firefighter vents metal clad building

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago, 12-9-18

video from Steve Redick of the 2-11 Alarm fire at 4444 W. Ohio Street

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago, 5-7-18

This from Chi-Town Fire Photos:

This is from a 2-11 pallet yard and commercial building fire on the south side of the city on May 7th, 2018 at 550 W Root

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2-11 Alarm fire in Chicago, 7-8-18 (more)

Excerpts from fox32chicago.com:

A boy died after suffering injuries in a morning fire at an apartment building on the city’s South Side in the 1400 block of W. 67th Pl. at about 10:30. The boy, who died at Comer Children’s Hospital, was identified as 3-year-old Maqkwone Jones.

A firefighter was taken to Northwestern Hospital after being overheated while battling the blaze.

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