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    Question When was your last Structure Fire?

    Our last structure fire was a single family dweliing that occured on Tuesday, It was a real worker, You could see flames and smoke for about 2 miles down the street not to mention it went 2 alarms and totally gutted the inside

    So when was your last structure fire?

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    benson911
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    last month

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    ABOUT 1 HR AGO

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    Amazingly its been 2 shifts since My Engine's last worker..I'm sure tomorrow I won't be able to say that.

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    Last night.

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    Ross Johnson
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    Last night....

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    i belong to a small rural fire department. we avg prob about 30-40 fire incidents a year. the last structure fire we had was three months ago. but before that was almost 9 months

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    ours was on new years day, compressor room on the back of our local grocery store caught, we were on scene in about 3 minutes,not bad for a vollie dept on a holiday, another couple of minutes and it would have got inside the main building, was real close
    luckily the owner was there unloading a grocery truck, otherwise it would have been fully involved before it was noticed..

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    For a small volly dept. we keep busy. So far this month we have had 9 working structure fires.

    TOO BUSY

    25 other calls

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    Our department had the dubious distinction of having the first structure fire of the new year in our county at 0016. It was right across the street from my house, so response was not a problem. The family lost all they had, but are safe and still alive. We also went mutual aid to our neighbor Department on Monday night, Jan. 15 to a big fire. Gutted a 2-story house and all was lost inside, but once agian, the family is alive and safe.



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    Wow! These guys haven't had a fire in 8 years!

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    November 1981
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    I hope I haven't had my last one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Engine 101 View Post

    So when was your last structure fire?

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    A week ago today. Successfully saved the home without much damage. 30 hours later at 1:30am, toned out to same location. Fully involved and total loss. This time fire appeared to start in different location. Dogs have been called in. do not know the result as yet.

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    Last Saturday.

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    Investigated one today... Granted, it was set by the ATF in a 12'x12' room at the National Fire Academy, but that's bound to count, eh?

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    2 weeks ago. Fully involved on arrival. Defensive operations from the start.

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    Saturday. Sucker was rippin

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    On my birthday none the less.

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