Posts Tagged Hazel Crest Fire Department

House fire in Hazel Crest, 4-22-18

This from Steve Redick:

 Hazel Crest Box 17715 Stonebridge Drive
ladder truck to roof of a house

Steve Redick photo

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As seen around …

This from Martin Nowak:

Northwest Homer FPD Ambulance 1714 – 2014 Ford F-350/Horton.

Hazel Crest  – Ambulance 1230 – 2014 Mercedes Sprinter/Medix Specialty
North Palos Ambulance 822 – 2014 Chevy Express 4500/2003 Osage.
Type I ambulance

Northwest Homer FPD ambulance. Martin Nowak photo

Sprinter ambulance

Hazel Crest ambulance. Martin Nowak photo

Type III ambulance

North Palos ambulance. Martin Nowak photo

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As seen around … Country Club Hills

This from Dylan Konchan:

Country Club Hills Fire Department responded to a house fire with entrapment at 4136 177th St. Companies found the victim inside, and transported to South Suburban Hospital.

Pierce aerial ladder

Hazel Crest truck. Dylan Konchan photo

Pierce fire truck black over red

Oak Forest truck. Dylan Konchan photo

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New ambulance for Hazel Crest

From Martin Nowak and Kevin Griffin:

Ambulance 1230 – 2014 Mercedes Sprinter/Medix Specialty.

Sprinter ambulance

New unit for Hazel Crest Ambulance 1230. 2014 Mercedes Sprinter/Medix Type I. Martin Nowak photo

Sprinter ambulance

Martin Nowak photo

Sprinter ambulance

Martin Nowak photo

chevron striping on ambulance

Kevin Griffin photo

Sprinter ambulance

Kevin Griffin photo

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Markham house fire, 6-27-14

This from Tim Olk:

House fire this morning at 16322 S. Park Avenue in markham

Hazel Crest fire engine

Tim Olk photo

House gutted by fire

Tim Olk photo

Markaham fire engi ne

Tim Olk photo

House gutted by fire

Tim Olk photo

House gutted by fire

Tim Olk photo

Harvey fire engine

Tim Olk photo

House gutted by fire

House gutted by fire in Markham on 163rd Street 6-27-14. Tim Olk photo

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New ambulance for Hazel Crest

Kevin Griffin found these new delivery images on the Medix Specialty Vehicles Facebook page.

Type I ambulance on Sprinter chassis

New ambulance for Hazel Crest by Medix Specialty Vehicles on a Sprinter chassis. Medix Specialty Vehicles photo

Type I ambulance on Sprinter chassis

Medix Specialty Vehicles photo

chevron striping on ambulance

Medix Specialty Vehicles photo

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Tinley Park barn fire 4-3-12

Karl Klotz submitted the following:

On 4/3/2012 around midnight, Tinley Park was dispatched to a reported silo fire in the 7300 block of 191st Street in unincorporated Will County.  Truck Co. 204 arrived to find an abandoned barn fully involved communicating to an attached silo.  Engine Co. 202 hit the fire with their deck gun while crews advanced three handlines to extinguish the remains of the barn and a smaller shed nearby.  Mutual-aid was received from Frankfort, Mokena, Country Club Hills, and Hazel Crest.

barn fire in Tinley Park on 191st Street 4-3-12

Tinley Park Engine Co. 202 leading out up the driveway. Karl Klotz photo

barn fire in Tinley Park on 191st Street 4-3-12

Remains of the barn and silo. Karl Klotz photo

barn fire in Tinley Park on 191st Street 4-3-12

Engine Co. 202 knocking down the fire w/ the deck gun. Karl Klotz photo

barn fire in Tinley Park on 191st Street 4-3-12

Tinley Park firefighter leading out a handline to the rear of the property. Karl Klotz photo

The rest of the photos are on my site.

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Robbins 2nd Alarm fire 4-1-12 (part 2)

More from Dennis McGuire, Jr.

Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12

While waiting for a water supply to be established, an officer from Garden Homes observes the intense fire and the daunting task that lies ahead in knocking it down. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

 

Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12

Another image showing the substantial fire that was facing firefighters. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12 Hazel Crest Fire Department Pierce Skyboom

Hazel Crest Engine 1226 deployed the master stream from the Skyboom aerial. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12

Firefighters making a hit on the fire. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12 Dixmoor Fire Department engine

Dixmoor Engine 33 is pumping after receiving a continuous water supply. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12

Heavy fire continues to burn as companies work to control it. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12

Another foam line is used to combat the intense fire. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

A front end loader was brought in to gain access to the pile of tires that was surrounded by the cars.
Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12

An end loader works to clear a path for firefighters to get at the remaining hot spots. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

It took companies 3 hours to bring the fire under control.
Large tire fire in Robbins IL 4-2-12

Part of the fire was on the opposite side of a creek which hampered the efforts of firefighters. Here, the Robbins tower ladder gets water on that fire across the creek that ran along the south end of the fire. Dennis McGuire, Jr. photo

Here is a list of most departments that were on-scene:
Robbins
Blue Island
Merrionette Park
Garden Homes FPD
Frankfort
Northwest Homer FPD
Posen
Crestwood
Midlothian
Flossmoor
Phoenix
Dixmoor
Hazel Crest
Oak Forest

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House fire in Markham 1-25-12

Karl Klotz took in a house fire in Markham on Wednesday and submitted images with the following description:

01-25-2012
Markham: 3216 W. 162nd Street
Companies arrived to find smoke showing from a single family house.  2 lines were used and companies did extensive overhaul.
Departments on-scene were Markham, Hazel Crest, Country Club Hills, Oak Forest, Midlothian & Harvey.
House fire in Markham 1-25-12 on 162nd Street

Markham crew leading out the first line into the building. Karl Klotz photo

House fire in Markham 1-25-12 on 162nd Street

Hazel Crest Truck Co. 1220 going to the roof. Karl Klotz photo

House fire in Markham 1-25-12 on 162nd Street

Smoke is visible from the west side of the fire building. Karl Klotz photo

House fire in Markham 1-25-12 on 162nd Street

Hazel Crest Firefighter Shields venting the roof. Karl Klotz photo

House fire in Markham 1-25-12 on 162nd Street

After cutting a hole in the roof, the interior ceiling is cleared. Karl Klotz photo

House fire in Markham 1-25-12 on 162nd Street

Oak Forest crew chasing down hot spots from the rear of the building. Karl Klotz photo

House fire in Markham 1-25-12 on 162nd Street

Hazel Crest LT. Sears makes an inspection hole checking for fire. Karl Klotz photo

Karl has a large gallery of images HERE.

 

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Fire in Country Club Hills 1-21-11 – update

Karl Klotz also took in the house fire yesterday in Country Club Hills at 4440 W. 183rd Street. The temperature at the time of this fire was -20 degrees including the wind chill. He arrived before Dennis McGuire, Jr who submitted photos that were posted HERE.

Karl submitted the following images and has a full gallery which can be seen HERE.

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire

Smoke escapes from the roof at 4440 W. 183rd Street as firefighters get water on the fire inside the house. Karl Klotz photo

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire Spartan Crimson Engine 1120

Country Club Hills Engine 1120 was the first suppression unit on the scene. Karl Klotz photo

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire

Firefighters overhaul the exterior of the house looking for hot spots of hidden fire after the main fire has been controlled by companies inside. Karl Klotz photo

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire

As firefighters perform overhaul, they remove exterior soffits, siding, and insulation . Karl Klotz photo

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire

Hazel Crest Truck 1220, a Pierce Lance 105' quint, was staged in front of the house. Karl Klotz photo

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire

Country Club Hills Engine 1130, a Pierce Lance, brought additional manpower to the scene. Karl Klotz photo

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire

Oak Forest Ambulance 162, a 2004 Ford/Road Rescue was on the scene but there were no injuries. Karl Klotz photo

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire

A Country Club Hills firefighter awaits a new assignment after working on overhaul. Karl Klotz photo

Country Club Hills Fire Department house fire

Homewood's squad, a Country Club Hills engine, an Oak Forest engine, the Country Club Hills tower, and the Hazel Crest truck can be seen parked along 183rd Street at the fire. Karl Klotz photo

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