Fire Photos


5 Alarm - Queen City Barrel

CFDHISTORY ---›Fire Photos ---› 5 Alarm - Queen City Barrel

Date 2004-08-19


CFD companies continued to pound water on hotspots days later.
Photograph - David J. Jones



The fire working its way through the warehouse buildings of the Queen City Barrel Company
Photograph - David J. Jones



Truck 3
Photograph - David J. Jones



Springdale Tower operates on the 8th Street viaduct.
Photograph - David J. Jones



Box 5124 was struck at 18:37 for a warehouse fire at 809 Evans Street in the historic Lower Price Hill neighborhood.
Photograph - David J. Jones



A 2nd alarm was requested 18:39 bringing Engines 29,24,3, Truck 29, Squad 52, MAC1, Rescue 2.
Photograph - David J. Jones



The 3rd alarm was at 18:52, 4th at 19:10, and the 5th at 19:49. 4 additional engines and at least 3 trucks from CFD responded above the 5th alarm.
Photograph - David J. Jones



Looking north on Evans Street from the 8th Street Viaduct.
Photograph - David J. Jones




Photograph - David J. Jones



Evans and Whatley Street.
Photograph - David J. Jones



Severe smoke condition at Evans and Boston Street.
Photograph - David J. Jones



Looking south on Evans Street. Mutual Aid from several Hamilton County Fire Departments responded to the scene and also staffed several CFD houses for the night.
Photograph - David J. Jones



Exploding 55 gallon drums echoed through the streets!
Photograph - David J. Jones



From the 8th Street Viaduct
Photograph - Joseph Bredestege



From the top of the 17's hose chute
Photograph - Joseph Bredestege



I stopped by the 17's quarters around 8 pm on the evening of the Queen City Barrel Fire and my son Joe took this picture from the empty apparatus bay! More scene photos from the top of the fire house over the next few days
Photograph - Joseph Bredestege