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4 Alarm 650 Neave Street

CFDHISTORY ---›Fire Photos ---› 4 Alarm 650 Neave Street

Date 2012-06-28


At 20:03 Hours the Cincinnati Fire Communications dispatched a 1 Alarm for a report of a building on fire 650 Neave Street (Lower Price Hill).

1 Alarm: Engines 21 & 14; Trucks 17 & 21; RAT 29; Districts 2 (Merz) & 1 (Potter); Medic 17 and Heavy Rescue 14.


Photograph - David Jones



District 2 on Scene with heavy smoke on the 2nd & 3rd floors. At 20:06 District 2 requested 2nd Alarm.

2nd Alarm: Engines 29 & 24; Truck 24; District 3; Medic 21; ALS 34, ALS 32 and Heavy Rescue 9.


Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



Command requested additional Truck Co. Truck 3 was dispatched.

At 20:46 Command request 2 additional Engine Co.'s to bring water to scene. Engines 12 & 5 dispatched.



Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



At 20:42 Command requested 3rd Alarm: Engines 23 & 37; Truck 20 and Medic 29.



Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



At 23:11 Command requested 4th Alarm for Manpower: Engines 32, 50 & 35.




Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



Companies stayed on the scene throughout the night and early morning as the Cincinnati Building Department demolished the building.



Photograph - Bill Strite, IFPA



Damage was estimated at $30K for the fire building and $10K for the exposure building.



Photograph - David Jones



There were no civilian or firefighter injuries. There were 102 Cincinnati Firefighters operating on the scene.


Photograph - David Jones