01/08/10 91 W, 6 I - + 20 - 4 Yesterday's Fire on Neuse Banks Court


From a reader, here are a couple pics from yesterday's house fire at 3200 Neuse Banks Court. Raleigh E28 arrived at a two-story, wood-frame house, down a long path in the woods, and approximately 75% involved. Had 3,800 square feet, was built 1995. Command requested five additional tankers for shuttle operations. Rolesville E151, P153, Tanker 153; Wake Forest E2, E3; New Hope Tanker 10, Tanker 12; Wendell Tanker 117; Hopkins Tanker 227; EMS 15, EMS 64, District 4 were among units on scene. Thanks to Gary Cannon for the pics. Click to enlarge:
 



Gary Cannon Photos





2-1-2 From Falls Responded
FFD - 01/11/10 - 22:52

[ Comment removed, supposed from a Falls Fire Department member. Not true. Please play nice. ]
[ Removed ] - 01/12/10 - 12:13

WTF?
Rauer - 01/12/10 - 13:11

Mike- Can you please delete this?
Would greatly appreciate it.

Stupid games need to stop. This @#%$ really isn’t funny any more. I’m not laughing. at all.
S.P. SIMON - 01/12/10 - 23:57

All the more reason to have everyone register with a legit email address and username.
Silver - 01/12/10 - 23:59

Simon didn’t post that.
Freaking ridiculous.
FFD/RFD FF - 01/13/10 - 00:13

Can one get in trouble with their full-time employer for posing as someone else on a blog?
Investigating - 01/13/10 - 00:15

I doubt it, probably too hard to prove.
Silver - 01/13/10 - 00:33

Please send me private mail, if you have concerns or requests about a particular posting. http://www.legeros.com/mail
Legeros - 01/13/10 - 05:04

Hello.

I am the homeowner. I would like to thank all of the hard-working firefighters who risked thier lives preventing this disaster from spreading to my neighbor’s houses. They thank you, too. Lessons to be learned include: (1) use brick, stone, or block, when building houses, (2) don’t store ANYTHING flameable next to a house, including yard wste and scrap lumber, (3) back-up all important documents – paper and electronic – off-site, (4) don’t keep cash at home, (5) get a fire safe and use it, (6) keep a fire extinguisher outside the house as well as inside, and (7) store ashes away from your house and don’t empty the can until summertime.

If any of the firefighters would like to contact me offline with comments or questions, please do so here: Gordon@GSHudson.com

And thanks for rescuing my kayaks, too.

G. S. Hudson
G. S. Hudson (Email) - 01/14/10 - 13:59



  
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