Fire Photos


3 Alarm 40 Decamp Avenue

CFDHISTORY ---›Fire Photos ---› 3 Alarm 40 Decamp Avenue

Date 2011-04-08


At 1218 hours a 1 alarm was dispatched for black smoke coming from a warehouse at 40 Decamp Avenue for Engines 2 & 9; Trucks 2 & 32; RAT 20; District 3 (McWilliams) & 4 (Lakamp); Medic 9 and Heavy Rescue 9.


Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



Engine 2 went on the scene with heavy smoke showing from side A of a 1 story brick recycling warehouse.


Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



At 1231 hours DeCamp Command struck 2nd Alarm. 2nd Alarm Companies were: Engines 8, 38 and 32; Truck 31; ALS 34; Heavy Rescue 14.


Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



At 1315 hours Decamp Command struck the 3rd Alarm Companies were: Engines 17 & 24; Truck 19, Cars 1, 2 ,3, 4, & 501.




Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



After the third alarm was struck Command requested 2 additional engine companies due to water supply problems. Engines 34 and 12 were dispatched.




Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



A fire watch was in place all night long. There were no injuries to firefighters or civilians.




Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



Three 2 1/2" handlines in operation on the D Side trying to
prevent the fire from spreading to the main warehouse.


Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



Point Pleasant Fire Protection District, Erlanger, KY,
Ventilation Unit 1367 arriving on the scene. It was put to work
on the A Side at the big garage door.




Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



Chief Braun (Car 1) arrives on the scene.



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Truck 32 (spare) and Truck 31 along with Engines 32 and 38
on the C Side of the complex on Wildwood Street and Monon Avenue.



Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



Around 1800 hours Command requested the CFD Command Van which responded from the 32's.




Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA