Images from Tim Olk of the new engine for the North Maine FPD
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Images from Tim Olk of a fire Friday afternoon in Prospect heights.
This from Tim Olk:
A water main broke and flooded basements at Armitage and Winchester
More images by Tim Olk of Wnnetka’s Box Alarm at 558 Willow Road 10-4-14.
The Winnetka Fire Department had a house fire this morning at 558 Willow Road. As of 9AM the alarm had been upgraded to a Box Alarm. Tim Olk submitted some quick images from the scene … there will be more to follow.
This from Tim Olk:
Every game day Lake Forest firefighters wear shirts with the Lake Forest High School logo to show support for the school teams. The coaches also will wear the shirts. The football team will also help promote fire safety in the community.
Images from Tim Olk of some recent training scenarios:
Images by Tim Olk of Newport Township FPD’s 4-Alarm house fire in Wadsworth on McIntosh Court.
This is from West of the I in Kenosha County:
The search for John Spoor, 66, of McHenry, Ill. will continue Thursday on Silver Lake.
Here is the latest statement from Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Sgt. Bill Beth:
The search for Mr. Spoor will continue today on the waters of Silver Lake. Incident Command is Silver Lake Fire Chief Allison Draeger. At this point the plan for the search is to first check the shoreline areas and then resume the sonar search of the deep waters. Search teams are expecting assistance from cadaver dogs today as well. Agencies involved in the search today are the Wisconsin DNR, Kenosha Sheriff’s Department Marine Unit, Village of Silver Lake Fire Department, Town of Salem Fire Department, and Town of Randall Fire Department.
Spoor was reported missing by family on Tuesday. His unoccupied boat was found on Silver Lake, along with his vehicle in the village.
Fire department and law enforcement personnel searched for Spoor from about 10:30 p.m., Tuesday until 2 a.m. Wednesday and then resumed searching from 8 a.m. to about 8 p.m. Wednesday.
UPDATE 1:55 p.m. — County Dive Teams members toned out to respond to the Silver Lake village boat launch, non-emergency response.
Images from Tim Olk:
Some quick images from Steve Redick and Tim Olk from the 2-11 Alarm fire today at 444 N Lamon Avenue in a church. More to follow later.