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Working fire in Buffalo Grove, 10-31-20

This from Larry Shapiro:

Buffalo Grove police and firefighters were sent to 667 Bernard Drive Saturday afternoon (10/31/20) for a reported dryer fire. Arriving units had heavy smoke and the alarm was upgraded to a Code 4 Working Fire. The fire apparently originated in the dryer and extended outside of the appliance charging the entire split-level house with smoke. Buffalo Grove units on the scene were Engine 26, Engine 27, Quint 25, Squad 25, Ambulance 25, Ambulance 26, and Battalion 4. They were assisted by Long Grove Tanker 55 and Battalion 55; Arlington Heights Engine 4, Ambulance 4, and Battalion 1; Prospect Heights Engine 39; Lincolnshire-Riverwoods Squad 51; Palatine Engine 82; and the Buffalo Grove EMA Mobile Com Unit.

Decon procedures and COVID safety measures were abundant at the scene for firefighters and family members.

Firefighter on ground ladder vents window with smoke #EONE Strength

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2-Alarm house fire in Buffalo Grove, 8-26-20 (more)

Photos from Larry Shapiro of the 2-Alarm house fire in Buffalo Grove, 8-26-20

E-ONE Cyclone HP75 at work at a fire scene

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heavy smoke from house on fire

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heavy smoke from house on fire

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E-ONE fire trucks at fire scene

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2-Alarm house fire in Buffalo Grove, 8-26-20

Buffalo Grove police and firefighters were called to 25 Dellmont Court today (8/26/20) for a house fire. First arriving units had fire from a roof vent of a two-story, single-family house. The alarm was upgraded to a Code 4 working fire and then to a MABAS Box Alarm for additional resources. Companies advanced several lines into the house and had difficulty gaining access to the attic. The fire self vented through the rear with flames and heavy smoke pushing out. An exterior line was used to darken down the fire before companies were again able to make an interior attack. The alarm was later elevated to a 2nd Alarm for additional manpower due to the excessive heat. Two firefighters were transported from the scene with heat related injuries.

 

Two Buffalo Grove engines and Long Grove Tanker 55 were on hydrants. An incomplete list of mutual aid companies includes units from Long Grove, Prospect Heights, Wheeling, Palatine, Countryside, Libertyville Lake Forest, Grayslake, Highland Park, Schaumburg, Mount Prospect, Deerfield, Northbrook, Lake Villa, Lake Zurich, Hoffman Estates, and Winnetka.

house on fire

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Firefighters with hose line at fire

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Buffalo Grove FD Quint 27

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Firefighters battled a 2-Alarm house fire at 25 Dellmont Court in Buffalo Grove 8/26/2

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Buffalo Grove FD Engine 26

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Firefighters battled a 2-Alarm house fire at 25 Dellmont Court in Buffalo Grove 8/26/2

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2-Alarm fire in Oak Park, 4/13/19 (more)

This from Chi-Town Fire Photos of the 2-Alarm fire in Oak Park, 4/13/19

Saturday afternoon, Oak Park companies fought a tough fire @ 530 s Scoville in a two-story apartment building. Numerous hose lines were dropped and two master streams were used to knock down this fire. About two hours into this fire, there was another fire about three blocks away. The first-in companies (Riverside engine, Brookfield engine, and Oak Brook ladder) arrived to find a three-story frame house, with the back end totally involved. The area was taxed of all their resources which then brought a Task Force of Interdivisional companies to cover the towns while fighting these fires. 

E-ONE platform aerial and E-ONE aerial ladder at fire scene

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thick smoke from apartment building on fire

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E-ONE platform aerial and E-ONE aerial ladder at fire scene

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Firefighters venting a roof in heavy smoke from aerial ladder

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Firefighters vent roof of apartment building on fire

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E-ONE platform aerial and E-ONE aerial ladder at fire scene

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Forest Park FD fire engine at work

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Oak Park FD Engine 602

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House fire in Wilmette, 8-22-16 (more)

video by Jim McCall of the House fire in Wilmette, 8-22-16

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House fire in Wilmette, 8-22-16

Wilmette firefighters were called to their first fire of the day Monday afternoon just before 2PM (8/22/16) at 1336 Ashland Avenue where workers were apparently on the roof. The initial report was a possible attic fire. The house was located within blocks of Station 26 and units arrived quickly and reported smoke from the attic and some visible fire. The alarm was upgraded to the Code 4 working fire which brought mutual aid companies from Evanston, Winnetka, Northfield, Glenview, and Skokie.

The fire was knocked down within 20 minutes though companies remained on the scene for over an hour doing overhaul, venting, and chasing hot spots. Most mutual aid companies were released before 3:30PM when RED Center dispatched another house fire in Wilmette. This will be covered in a separate post.

E-ONE tower ladder at fire scene

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E-ONE tower ladder at fire scene

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firefighter at E-ONE pump panel controls

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vent holes in roof after fire

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Evanston firefighters on roof at house fire

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firefighters exit house after battling fire

Wilmette IL fire scene. Larry Shapiro photo

Wilmette E-ONE Cyclone tower ladder at fire scene with jacks deployed

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E-ONE Cyclone II e-Max fire engine at Willamette fire scene

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Winnetka FD Engine 28 Spartan Smeal

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7-Alarm fire in Gurnee, 7-28-16 (more)

Video by Larry Shapiro of the 7-Alarm fire in Gurnee, 7-28-16

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7-Alarm fire in Gurnee, 7-28-16 (more)

More photos from the 7-Alarm fire in Gurnee, 7-28-16

Excerpts from the DailyHerald.com:

A fiveseven-alarm fire at a propane-storage facility in Gurnee Thursday afternoon produced explosions.

The Gurnee Fire Department reportedly received a call just before noon at 3895 Clearview Court, which is listed as the Pinnacle Propane Express.

smoke header visible for miles

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Pierce fire engine with lots of charged hose at fire scene

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elevated master streams at fire scene

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elevated master streams at fire scene

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deluge gun master stream at fire

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Great Lakes Naval Training Center Fire Department

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engine dropping supply line at fire

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Lake Forest Fire Department fire truck at fire scene

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engine dropping supply line at fire

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Long Grove FPD Ambulance 55

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fire department monitor deluge gun at fire scene

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sprinkler system working during commercial fire

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Beach Park Fire Department Seagrave  fire engine at fire scene

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propane tank storage yard

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aftermath of fire at propane tank service company with charred propane tanks

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Gurnee Fire Department fire engine at fire scene

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aftermath of fire at propane tank service company with charred propane tanks

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aftermath of fire at propane tank service company with charred propane tanks

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firefighters in foam after fire

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aftermath of fire at propane tank service company

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Oshkosh ARFF at fire scene

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House fire in Cicero, 2-16-16 (more)

More from Josh Boyajian:

Cicero had a job this afternoon (2/16/16) @ 5332 w 23rd st. Engine 2 arrived to find smoke showing from the upper floor of a 2.5 sty ordinary with an addition on the roof. Engine 2 had two lines off, while Truck 2 made the roof.

house fire in Cicero IL

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flames and smoke from house fire in Cicero IL

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house fire in Cicero IL

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house fire in Cicero IL

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E-ONE fire engine at fire scene

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E-ONE ladder truck at fire scene

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Seagrave ladder truck at fire scene

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Box alarm in Cicero, 1-11-16 (more)

Images from Tim Olk of the Box Alarm in Cicero at 1401 51st Court 1/11/16.

fire trucks at fire scene

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apartment building fire

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firefighters with hose at fire scene

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apartment building fire

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apartment building fire

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firefighters with hose at fire scene

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firefighters with hose at fire scene

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RIT at fire scene

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firefighter rescues dog from fire

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Gordon J Nord Jr

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firefighters after battling a fire

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