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By Lieutenant Kyle Stull
June 15, 2017

At approximately 2:45 PM (14:45) on June 15th, Engine 41 was alerted to respond to South Main Street and Fairwood Lane in Carroll County Company 1's (Mount Airy) first due area. Engine 41 immediately responded with a crew of 5 personnel and switched over to the Carroll County fire ground channel. Upon switching over, Engine 12, from Mount Airy, advised they were on the scene of a single story commercial structure with fire through the roof and called for the Rapid Intervention Dispatch and a second alarm bringing Engine Tanker 44 and Paramedic 45 as well as multiple other units to the scene.

While en route, Engine 41 had a visible column of smoke from the interstate. Upon arrival at the scene, Engine 41 was advised to proceed to the delta side and place a fire attack hand line in service to protect the exposures, one of which being a house adjacent to the fire building. The crew deployed a 2.5" hose line and a 1.75" bundle line for the long stretch needed to reach the far end of the building. During a quick survey of the charlie/delta corner of the fire building, it was noted that there was what appeared to be an office or living space that the fire had not quite reached. The officer and one firefighter from 41, forced the door and advised command of the moderate smoke conditions inside the space and that they were going to make a quick primary search to ensure the occupants had not gotten trapped in the room. After proceeding into another room inside, a doorway to the fire area was found with heavy fire just past it and the crew backed out to a safer area and waited for a line. Shortly after the all clear was given from 41's crew doing the search, the evacuation tones were sounded and command ordered everyone out of the building.

Crews operated for approximately 7 hours assisting with extinguishment.

Engine Tanker 44 was assigned side charlie and supplied Carroll County Tower 12 (Sykesville) and Frederick County Truck 41 (Citizens Truck Company) with water to aid in the fire suppression efforts.

Special thanks to Trevor James and Doug Walton for the photos. Credit to be given where noted.

Units: E41, ET44, P45
 
Mutual Aid: Carroll, Frederick, Montgomery and Howard Counties
 
Attachments:
Attachment Video.MOV  (959k)
 
FF/EMT T. Liebno and C.  Brandenburg protecting exposures and hitting hot spots.
Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
FF/EMT T. Liebno and C. Brandenburg protecting exposures and hitting hot spots. Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
Sgt. C. Bowman operates Engine Tanker 44's pump to supply the aerials to the rear.
Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
Sgt. C. Bowman operates Engine Tanker 44's pump to supply the aerials to the rear. Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
 
Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
Crews in rehab
Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
Crews in rehab Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
 
Restaurants from all over town provided crews delicious food while they worked.
Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
Restaurants from all over town provided crews delicious food while they worked. Photo Credit: D. Walton, HCDFRS
 
 
Engine 41's officer, Lt. K. Stull does a face to face with command
Engine 41's officer, Lt. K. Stull does a face to face with command
 
FF/EMT's T. Liebno and C. Brandenburg operating a protection line
FF/EMT's T. Liebno and C. Brandenburg operating a protection line
Unit officers regroup with command
Unit officers regroup with command
 
Capt. V. Agrawal oversees FF M. Spear, and FF/EMT's T. Liebno and C. Brandenburg
Capt. V. Agrawal oversees FF M. Spear, and FF/EMT's T. Liebno and C. Brandenburg
 
ET44 supplys Frederick Truck 41
ET44 supplys Frederick Truck 41
41's crew taking a break
41's crew taking a break
 
 
Lt. K. Stull gives his crew an update after a briefing with command
Lt. K. Stull gives his crew an update after a briefing with command
Lt. K. Stull gives his crew an update after a briefing with command
Lt. K. Stull gives his crew an update after a briefing with command
 
Supply lines from ET44 to the aerials on side charlie
Supply lines from ET44 to the aerials on side charlie
 
Engine 41 flowing a master stream to keep the delta side exposure building cool
Engine 41 flowing a master stream to keep the delta side exposure building cool
 
Crews protected a house on the delta side with handlines and the master stream from Engine 41
Crews protected a house on the delta side with handlines and the master stream from Engine 41
 
Capt. V. Agrawal and FF/EMT T. Liebno wait for insturctions
Capt. V. Agrawal and FF/EMT T. Liebno wait for insturctions
 
 
The office area in the D/C corner where 41's crew made entry
The office area in the D/C corner where 41's crew made entry
 
 
 
 
 

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