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2nd Fire in 3 Days in Company 3's Area
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By Bay District Volunteers
January 5, 2018

At 1845 hours Stations 3,13,9, & 6 were alerted for a structure fire at 21549 Old Missouri Street. Units were advised at dispatch that smoke was coming from the house.

Within a couple minutes Engine 32, Engine 132, Truck 3, all marked up responding. Shortly after Chief 3A, Engine 91, Engine 61, Squad 6 & Tower 9 also responded. Engine 32 Arrived finding an end of the row town home with smoke showing. Engine 32's crew quickly ran an attack line into the home. Truck 3 arrived and set up ground ladders as Engine 132 picked up the supply line from Engine 32. The crew from Engine 132 took a secondary line to the 2nd floor. Chief 3A (Burroughs) arrived at this time and established the Old Missouri Command.

Due to a few units responding under staffed Truck 7 & Squad 7 were dispatched and both responded shortly after dispatch. Engine 91 arrived and established the secondary water source and its crew checked the Bravo 1 exposure and reported no extension. Engine 61 arrived and was sent by command to check the Delta 1 exposure. During that inspection it was discovered to be additional living space for the unit on fire. Engine 32 reported the bulk of the fire was in the kitchen and the fire was quickly knocked. The crews inside reported no extension on the 2nd floor or in the attic. The residents reported that the stove was left on which was determined to be the cause of the fire.
After overhaul was completed units were able to return to quarters.

One firefighter suffered a minor burn and was treated on scene and released.

Units: Engine 32, Truck 3, Engine 91, Tower 9, Chief 3A, Chief 3B
 
Mutual Aid: Engine 132, Engine6, SQUAD 6, TRUCK 7, SQUAD 7, Station 38, EMS Station 6 Ambulances 389 & 6, Sheriffs Office, Red Cross Engine 10 filled in at Co 3
 
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