09/30/11 103 W, 2 I - + 9 - 8 Photos From This Morning's Two-Alarmer in Durham


The unofficial Durham Fire Department web site has posted photos from this morning's two-alarm fire at 7307 Calibre Park Drive. Companies and units on scene included E16, E12, E5, L12, L11, Sq4, BC3, BC2, MS1, SO1 (first alarm) and E6, E13, L1, BC2, FD2, FD3 (second alarm). Building looks like a three-story structure, conventional construction. (Couldn't get the Durham County real property records web site search to work for me.) Dozen apartments destroyed, 30 people displaced. Reported after midnight. See this WTVD story for more. See more photos from durhamfire.net. Thanks for sharing.
 




durhamfire.net photos





Engine 16 was actually using there stick to pour water on the fire from above. Nice to see the Quint being used for purposes other than its engine duties.
crs - 10/01/11 - 12:04

I wonder if Parkwood or Chapel hill was dispatched as mutual aid, and IF county crews were moved up into the city for coverage while most of the City crews on the south side were on this call.
charlie - 10/02/11 - 18:00



  
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