Tim Olk took in a working fire this afternoon at 4728 S. Seeley in Chicago. here are several images from the scene.
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Northbrook firefighters were called to the scene of a car in a pond near the intersection of Willow Road and Landwehr after midnight Monday morning. The requested area divers to assist with searching for victims in the car and the surrounding pond.
Tim Olk submitted several images from the scene.
Images from Tim Olk from the townhouse fire in Vernon Hills Sunday night (7-20-14).
A few images from Tim Olk of the Trench Rescue (TRT BOX) in Niles yesterday afternoon.
More images and video to follow tomorrow.
One person is dead following an accident this morning on southbound I-57 that shut down all lanes at 159th Street in Markham, said police.
The fatal accident happened shortly before 9:30 a.m. just north of 159th Street, according to Illinois State Police.
According to preliminary information, a dump truck appeared to have rolled over after striking the left side concrete median barrier, according to Monique Bond, spokeswoman for the state police.
Soon after, the truck became engulfed in flames and the driver was unable to escape, said Bond who reported that the driver has been identified as 75-year-old Napoleon Brewer.
About 11:30 a.m., the trooper said all southbound lanes had been shut down. Those lanes were re-opened shortly before 3 p.m., as a significant amount of gravel had spilled across the southbound lanes, Bond said.
Images from Tim Olk:
A citizen called the Northbrook Fire Department Monday night around 10:30 reporting fire in a vacant two-story building near the downtown train station. Companies arrived to find fire inside the building at 1856 Walters Avenue and upgraded the alarm to a Code 4 for the working fire.
Northbrook Engines 10 & 11, Squad 12 and Tower 12, Ambulance 10 and Battalion 11 were the initial companies with Glenview Truck 14. The working fire added Deerfield Truck 20, Highland Park Squad 34, Lincolnshire-Riverwoods Ambulance 52, and Wheeling Engine 42.
The main body of fire was knocked down quickly from the outside, then companies searched the building for extension and occupants. A Box Alarm was requested for change of quarters companies only as units were tied up at the scene for a while.
Tim Olk and Larry Shapiro were there and submitted images.
Images by Tim Olk from a Still And Box at 4547 S Wolcott on July 4th
This from Tim Olk:
The culmination of several days of training in buildings on a property being cleared for a shopping center in Flossmoor.