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Rescue and Tanker Company Assist Station 45
Saturday, March 11, 2017

At 1803 hrs Station 44 was alerted as a part of Working fire upgrade to assist Station 45 with a possible Barn fire. As Engine 45-3 wasPH making the response, they advised Kent Center that they had a column of smoke visible from town and asked for the Tanker company out of 44 to also make the response. Rescue 44 with a crew of 4 made the response under command of 44-19 (E.Neeld) Followed by Tanker 44 with 44-20 (T.Torres) and Engine 44-3 with 44-18(E. Pierson Jr). On Rescue 44 arrival, they crew pulled a 3rd 1 3/4 hand line to assist with fire suppression while the rescue was set up with the light tower. Tanker 44 arrived on scene and was advised to supply the scene with water. Engine 443 arrived and assisted with over haul. Units remained on scene until released by command.

Photos by Capt Eric Neeld and Chief Engineer Curt Gruber


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