Fire Photos


1 Alarm 4011 Allston Street

CFDHISTORY ---›Fire Photos ---› 1 Alarm 4011 Allston Street

Date 2006-10-14


At 12:59 pm on Saturday October 14, 2006 a report was received of a building on fire at 4011 Allston Street in Oakley. Companies assigned to the fire were: Engines 31 & 46, Trucks 31 & 23, RAT 32, Squad 9, Districts Chiefs 4 & 1, and Rescue 46.
Photograph - Bill Strite



Upon arrival, Engine & Truck 31 found light smoke coming from the second floor of a three-story, multi-dwelling, brick structure. Firefighters made an aggressive interior attack, bringing this fire under control in less then 15 minutes. Also, a female victim received burns on most of her body. She immediately received medical attention and was transported to University Hospital by Rescue 46.

There were a total of four people rescued from this structure, with two being transported to the hospital for medical treatment. The other two were not injured and there were no firefighters injuries.
Photograph - Bill Strite



Additional EMS units were requested due to the civilian injuries. Units dispatched were Rescue 2 (EMS Field Supervisor), Rescue 38, and Ambulances 9 and 23.


Truck 31 has their aerial up on the Markbreit Avenue side of the building so they can reach the C & D corner.
Photograph - Bill Strite



District 4 (Chief Anson Turley) and District 1 (Chief Howard Reed) confer in front of the fire building.
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Chief Turley provides the media with information concerning the fire. The fire caused approximately $50,000.00 loss the contents and structure.
Photograph - Bill Strite



Truck 23 (Unit 1) takes a breather after the fire has been extinguished.

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Rescue 38 crew, Rescue 2, and Engine 31's Lieutenant at rehab.

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Engine 46's crew with help of other companies repack their hosebed.

Photograph - Bill Strite



If you lay off 5" hose, you have to pick up 5" hose!
Photograph - Bill Strite