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Early Morning Structure Fire
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By Firefighter Evan Flores
April 2, 2019

At approximately 05:11 units from Company 3 & 9 were alerted to a report of a structure fire on Hermanville Road, with multiple calls to dispatch. Engine 32 and Engine 92 immediately responded. While responding dispatch advised that additional calls were being received and this was a confirmed working fire. Engine 32 arrived first on scene and reported a one level single family home with fire showing from side ā€œCā€ of the structure. Engine 32 took the attack group operations with the crew from NDW Engine 132 assisting. Arriving second to the scene Truck 13 from NDWFD and assumed the first due special operations with ventilation, and search and rescue. Engine 92 arrived 3rd to the scene seconds after truck 13 and assisted with attack operations with a line to the Charlie-Bravo side of the structure with heavy fire throughout the structure.

Chief 3A (Burroughs) from Bay District arrived and assumed the division 1 operations officer, while Chief 13A (Trossbach) assumed the incident command. Tankers were requested due to limited water supply and additional units responded to the scene. Units from 3, 13 & 9 worked together to control the fire. Tower 9 also assisted with interior operations. Once fire was reported out crews went to rehab conducted by the EMS crews on scene. Overhaul operations were assigned to units from Hollywood, Second District, and Ridge. After units were cleared by EMS initial crews returned to assist with overhaul.

After overhaul operations were completed all units were placed into service. There were no reported injuries.

Units: ENGINE 32, ENGINE 92, TOWER 9, TANKER 34, UTILITY 3, COMMAND 9, CHIEF 3A, SAFETY 3 & SAFETY 9,
 
Mutual Aid: TRUCK 13, TANKER 14, SQUAD 4, WATER SUPPLY 5, AMB 389, A486, M397, TANKER 74, SQUAD 6, TANKER 4, TANKER 63
 
 

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