White Heather - December 26, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Jack Stopnicki
Firefighters bring a hose line into place to knock down fire blowing out the roof of a house at White Heather and Ebbtide. The 1-11, 1-tap fire gutted the home in far southwest Houston the day after Christmas at 1:30 PM.

Gentryside - December 19, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Houston firefighters maneuver around a man-made lake that limited access on two sides of this 3-story apartment building. The 3-alarm fire consumed the attic and roof above eight units in the building, but firefighters were able to keep the 2-story portion on the right of the photo protected. The fire began about 7:30 AM at the complex at Gentryside & Whittington in far west Houston. All residents escaped unharmed.
 

11 Greenway Plaza - December 8, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Stephen Lasley
Houston firefighters are called to a high angle rescue of three stranded window crew workers replacing and inspecting weather stripping on 11 Greenway Plaza. It was unclear what caused one of their cables to break, but winds were gusting to 50+ MPH around the buidlings. The three men were eventually rescued by Heavy Rescue 11's crew by removing a window above their scaffolding allowing the workers to climb out.
 

N. Durham - December 4, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Houston firefighters battle a fire involving three houses in the Heights section of the city at N. Durham & W 14th early this morning. The fire was dispatched at 04:00 in an area plagued by a recent string of arson fires. Firefighters did a superb job of protecting the one-story house in the center of this photo as well as the two-story to the left, both of which received only minor damage.
 

Sands Point - October 23, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Two HFD firefighters monitor a Grace accountability computer at the command post of a smoky 3-alarm fire in southwest Houston this afternoon. Several units in a 2-1/2 story occupied building were heavily damaged. The fire, at Sands Point & Tarneff Streets, was reported about 3:15 PM.
 

Augusta - October 17, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Ken Paradowski
Around 10:45 PM, District 28 arrived on location at 1100 Augusta Dr. with heavy fire showing in the apartment complex. The fire was difficult to control, involving 12 occupied apartment units. HFD used 3 ladder pipes to finally extinguish the 3 alarm fire.
 

Elysian - September 25, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
A two-story house adjoining a family-run metal works business just north of downtown Houston was heavily damaged by fire just after 9 a.m. at 2219 Elysian St and Campbell St. HFD initially dispatched a first alarm to a warehouse fire more than a mile north of this fire, but companies found nothing there and redirected toward a column of smoke they could see in the distance. At the very same time, another first alarm was dispatched to the correct location above. As such, essentially two alarms worth of fire apparatus made it to this fire, yet three more engines were still requested before it was finally extinguished. Here, Ladder 7's captain and a firefighter hastily descend their aerial after performing roof ventilation that quickly turned from heavy smoke to intense flames.
 

Westbranch - September 5, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Houston firefighters wait for water in their hose lines as a fire burns out of control in an occupied two-story apartment building threatening a nearby exposed building at about 2 PM. The 2-11, 4-tap (2-alarm with 4 additional engines) fire at 6770 Westbranch & Rodeo Square, in far west Houston, brought more than 85 firefighters to the scene on a near-100-degree heat-index day. Water pressure in the mains was increased soon and the fire was kept to the building of origin, damaging about eight units.
 

Creekbend - September 4, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
HFD D-shifters were called to a vacant apartment building fire at Creekbend & Braes Forest in a far southwest section about 11:30 PM on September 4. The fire initially involved first and second floor units but quickly spread into the attic, and a 2-11 was called. In this photo, Engine 68 is the primary attack pumper while Ladder 68, behind it, is raised for an elevated stream just moments away. There were no injuries and the fire was contained in less than an hour.
 

W.6th - August 27, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Ken Paradowski
A one-story, tilt-wall warehouse containing a tent supply business at Waverly & West 6th had heavy smoke showing as Engine 11 arrived. Initially, they were sent by themselves to check an automatic alarm, and then requested a full box alarm. A 2-11 was pulled as heavy smoke poured from the building, but the fire was found and extinguished fairly quickly.
 

W. Alabama - August 21, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
A smokey, stubborn blaze consumed the entire top floor of a two-story, eight unit apartment building in Houston's Montrose neighborhood just after 5 PM. The fire at 717 West Alabama never did actually go to a 2-11, but a total of 13 engines and 4 ladders were summoned with special calls only (taps). The first 30 minutes of the fire were in the offensive mode; but the fire became too hot and widespread throughout the old building that Incident Command District 8 Chief Leonard Mikeska changed to a defensive mode. One firefighter was taken to the hospital with heat exhaustion as the heat index at the fire was over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
 

Ashland - August 11, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Brandon Jacob
At 2:20 AM, HFD arrived to on a duplex fire at 1030 Ashland in the Hieghts neighborhood. After an initial offensive attack, District 6 chief went defensive and eventually called for 2 additional taps before bringing the fire under control.
 

La Branch - August 9, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
A brief, but intense, thunderstorm evidently caused an oil-filled transformer at a Center Point Energy sub-station, powering much of Houston's Midtown, to go up in flames just before Noon at 2800 La Branch & Drew. HFD responded with a one-alarm assignment under the command of District 8 Chief Jeff Crow. Fire units staged and diverted traffic until power company officials could arrive and assess the situation. After about two hours, the oil had mostly burned off. Hundreds of onlookers on foot and in cars crowded the streets around the site just south of Downtown as a column of smoke could be seen from all across the city. A shelter-in-place order was issued for properties downwind (northwest) of the site for potentially toxic smoke.
 

Brinkley - August 8, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
HFD firefighters stand by ready to enter the structure as Ladder Co. 55's ladder pipe is directed into a heavily involved church at 4341 Brinkley near Edgar St in south Houston. District 46 Chief Kelly Fisher made a special call for 2 additional engines to bring this blaze under control. Members of the HFD Arson Division were quickly on the scene.
 

Chasewood - August 4, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
The operator on Houston FD Eng. 59 trains his deck gun on a defensive house fire at 7918 Chasewood in a deep-southwest section of the city at about 4 PM as heat indexes hovered above 100 degrees. The two-story house emitted heavy smoke when first crews arrived, and an interior firefighting effort was begun. However, the operation went defensive after about ten minutes. Two additional engines were summoned on a special call to bring additional manpower, bringing a total of about 38 firefighters to the scene.
 

Old Clinton Dr - July 18, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Ken Paradowski
HFD Tower 6 swings into action during a 2-11 fire that required a special call for 4 additional engines on Saturday, July 18, 2009 at 5633 Old Clinton Drive. The one-story warehouse was owned by the same company that experienced a 3-alarm fire in its recycling center across the street on June 11. This latest fire was fought most of a very hot day using crew rotations after the initial alarm at 10:30 AM.
 

Creekbend - July 14, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Many of the same crews called to the southwest Houston house fire in the morning were sent to another fire later in the same evening involving a laundry room and four apartments at 8080 Creekbend at about 10 PM. Engine 82 was sent solo to check for a fire and called for a first alarm upon arrival. District 68 pulled a 2-11 shortly after he arrived. The fire was contained in about 30 minutes. District 59 Chief Greg Lewis is shown here commanding a division of the fire.
 

Danfield - July 14, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
An HFD crew stands by as Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) during an offensive-mode house fire about 07:45 AM at 5203 Danfield in District 59 in far southwest Houston. An elderly female resident escaped from the house safely, but firefighters had to contend with burglar bars on her home's windows. Six engines, two ladder companies, and several support units responded to the blaze.
 

Greenhouse - July 11, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Firefighters from about ten departments (4-alarm equivalent) in suburban northwest Houston battled a pool chemical supply company warehouse at 4949 Greenhouse Rd & Keith Harrow Blvd during the heat of the afternoon. The fire, only two blocks from Cy-Fair VFD Station 12, was reported about 3 PM at the Ram Chemical and Supply Co. Five ladder pipes and several other master streams were used on the defensive fire to knock it down in about 90 minutes, however a shelter-in-place order was issued for numerous residences upwind (north) of the fire for several hours due to the emission of chlorine fumes. In this photo, aerials from Cy-Fair (right) and Westlake VFD team up to suppress fire on the front (east) side of the large complex.
 

Ella Lee - July 10, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
A vehicle fire under a carport of an occupied apartment building quickly spread to the entire 2-story structure at 9550 Ella Lee near S. Gessner. Engine 60 was dispatched solo to extinguish the vehicle fire as the initial report said nothing about a building being involved, but the crew found the entire front of the building on fire as well. The captain called for a full first alarm then followed it up with a 2-11. A third alarm was pulled for a brief Mayday about 20 minutes into the fire, but the Mayday was cancelled quickly. Nevertheless, two HFD firefighters were taken to the hospital with undetermined injuries during the fire. In the photo, firefighters can be seen moving into position to protect a three-story apartment building just a few feet from the blazing one, the front third of which had already collapsed. Fire crews and neighbors quickly evacuated both buildings, and initial reports were that all persons had escaped.
 

West Bellfort - July 9, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Two southwest Houston apartment units were destroyed and six others experienced damage in a 2-11 fire at 8201 West Bellfort about 8:30 PM. Crews under District 68-C shift had the fire in check in about 45 minutes advancing lines well ahead of fire spreading through the attic. One civilian was transported to the hospital for evaluation.
 

Point West - July 4, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
A pre-dawn warehouse fire required 2 alarms to control in southwest Houston. The 200 by 150 foot, pre-fab/tilt-wall structure housed an import company with racks full of stock, yet most of the fire was confined to ceiling space under a large roof-mounted air conditioning unit. The smokey blaze was reported about 05:30 yet temperatures were around 80 degrees F with high humidity.
 

Beverly Hill - July 2, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Houston FD members were called to a shooting range fire at about 8:30 PM. The initial report was that smoke was visible and ammunition rounds could be heard going off. The business was housed in a office/warehouse-type complex and was open for business at the time of the fire. All employees and customers were evacuated by the time HFD units arrived. The operation went defensive for a while until discharging rounds were no longer heard. The fire was then controlled with an interior operation. There were no injuries.
 

Bissonnet - July 2, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Houston firefighters spent a hot 3 1/2 hours succesfully rescuing an adult male trapped only by a stuck finger underneath his automobile. The incident came in around 2:30 PM, and the man was freed and given first aid around 6 PM. The man apparently got his finger stuck while doing maintenance on his car parked at 5925 Bissonnet. Careful cutting by Rescue companies and Ladder 68 around metal trapping him in 100 degree heat paid off, but it took a long while. D shift crews on scene: E68, L68, R10, HR11, Sup 82, A 51, D68.
 

Old Clinton Drive - June 11, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Houston FD Captain Chris Del Bello (Eng. 27-D shift) trains the deck gun on his pumper into a burning recycling company warehouse about 6 AM. The 3-alarm fire at 5700 Old Clinton & Hahlo, near the port, was reported about 5:30 AM. Engine 27 was the first company to arrive and found the 75x200-foot metal-clad warehouse fully engulfed. The building contained paper stock and plastics and sent up a plume of smoke visible from all across the city during the morning rush hour. Multiple ladder pipes, ground monitors, and deck guns were used to knock down the fire in about 90 minutes.
 

South Drive - May 25, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Southwest Houston firefighters spent Memorial Day morning controlling an apartment fire at 10,440 South Drive just west of Beltway 8. The blaze began a little after 7 AM and consumed two third-floor units, but two others were spared major damage by operations like the one shown in the photograph: firefighters getting ahead of a fast-moving attic fire. District 28 Chief James Campbell (white helmet) is shown talking to Senior Captain Robin Reiland (red helmet) face-to-face, often the best communications tool on a fireground.
 

West Alabama - May 22, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
A 2-11 HFD fire gutted two apartment units - but got into the attic over eight more - at a Montrose-area complex just after 12:30 PM. The fire at 1648 W Alabama & Dunlavy St was quickly contained by C-shift firefighters with only smoke and water damage to the other units. There were no injuries.
 

North Freeway - May 21, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
A massive furniture warehouse fire in Houston required more than four alarms to control. The fire was reported just after 8:30 PM (CT) at the well-known Gallery Furniture at 6006 North Fwy (I-45 N) between Tidwell and Parker. First-arriving fire companies reported fire on the northeast corner of the store's large adjoining warehouse off Rosamond St. Aided by a northeast breeze, flames quickly spread throughout the 200 X 300 foot metal warehouse. The photo is taken on the opposite end of that warehouse where Ladder 74 is preparing to put a ladder pipe into operation about 30 minutes after the first alarm. More than 100 firefighters worked hard to keep the blaze confined to the warehouse, successfully protecting the even larger showroom which adjoined it. The store is a Houston landmark, owned by local business icon Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale who was at the store when the fire started as the showroom was open for business with several customers inside, all of whom escaped.
 

Wilcrest - May 3, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Southwest-Houston B-shift firefighters go through one of many air bottle changes at a stubborn apartment fire at 8000 Wilcrest near Beechnut about 4:30 PM on Sunday, May 3. The 1-11 fire under D-83 Chief Hollas' command required a special call for 3 additional engines before being tapped out, bringing about 60 firefighters to the scene. Four vacant apartments in the complex were involved.
 

Travis - May 1, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
The Houston Fire Department (HFD) sent two alarms to snuff a fire out at the Houston Police Department's (HPD) crime lab on the 26th floor of its headquarters building downtown at Travis & Polk about 1:30 PM. HFD evacuated several of the top floors of the building because of reports that bio-hazard material was involved. The fire was quickly extinguished, and second alarm units returned to service. HFD's Haz-Mat 22 team is shown in the photo arriving at the fire and heading toward the building in the center.
 

I-610 West Loop @ I-59 - April 29, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Stephen Lasley
The Greater Houston area received up to 12 inches of rain in less than 12 hours. Much of the west side of Houston was under water, with HFD responding to numerous high-water rescue calls. Only one individual drowned as a result of the rain. Pictured is a truck driver who was rescued by citizens in a small boat at the northbound feeder of 610 West Loop under Interstate 59.
 

Smith - April 18, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Brandon Jacob
The Houston Fire Department battled a stubborn three alarm fire that ripped through the attic of a large two story house that had been converted into an office building. The balloon construction framed building was located in the Midtown section of the City on Smith Street near Mclihenny Street. Firefighters from Station 8, 7 and 16 were dispatched shortly after midnight. Engines 8 and 508, quartered just blocks away, went quickly on location reporting fire from a two-story building. First in units aggressively attempted to cut-off the fire from taking hold of the attic, but were held back due to limited attic access (the building originally had a flat roof and had a pitched roof built over the still in place flat roof). With heavy pressurized smoke belching form the building's eve, a second alarm was requested. The fire would eventually go to three alarms and was extinguished with Ladder 7's master stream and several 2 and 1/2 inch hand-lines from a defensive position.
 

Oak Vista - April 12, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
This was the scene this morning at the house fire at 7811 Oak Vista in Houston where two HFD firefighters lost their lives. The house was a single-story, ranch-style structure with 3 bedrooms and approximately 4,100 square feet of roofed space. Its two elderly residents made it out safely before HFD arrived. This photo was taken when firefighters resumed an interior search for the missing members after being forced out by heavy flames.
 

Stratford @ Helena - April 11, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Houston firefighters battled a stubborn fire in the attic of a large two-story house-converted-to-apartments early Saturday morning. The fire at 211 Stratford near Helena St, in the Montrose section, was reported just after 1 AM. Firefighters made attacks up the front interior and rear exterior stairs before getting a handle on the blaze, but had to call in a second alarm for help. There were no injuries reported and most residents' possessions were salvageable.
 

Westheimer @ Dunlavy - March 30, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Two Houston FD apparatus, responding to the same call, collided at a light-controlled intersection just southwest of downtown shortly before 11 AM. Seven of the eight firefighters on the trucks were taken to area hospitals, but the most seriously injured person was a bicyclist who was pinned underneath a ladder truck after it flipped over.

The ladder truck was from Station 16 (Dunlavy & Richmond). Witnesses said it was broadsided by the engine from Station 7 (Elgin & Austin). Both rigs were newly manufactured from Ferrara Apparatus. They were both responding to a reported structure fire on San Felipe Road about a mile from the accident scene which was at Dunlavy & Westheimer. The fire call proved to be false.

Under normal responses from the two respective stations, the ladder truck should have passed the intersection well before the engine arrived, but reports were that the ladder company had to stop shortly after leaving its station to close a compartment door prior to the accident. There was no comment by authorities at the scene on which truck had a green light.

The driver of the engine was reportedly the most seriously injured firefighter after, witnesses said, he was ejected from the cab. The engine remained upright, but the ladder truck flipped onto its driver's side, skidded twenty or so feet toward a building, cut a telephone pole in two, crushed the cyclist, and came to rest on the hood of a stopped sedan. The driver of the sedan was treated for minor injuries. Sadly, the cyclist, Leigh Boone, 29, succumbed to her injuries on April 11, 2009.
 

Barker Cypress - March 22, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Ken Paradowski
E-90 being first in on a box alarm, found heavy fire from the first floor of a two story apartment complex. He then told each of the three responding engines to lay him a line, which E-78 ended up doing. Fire was in a difficult location to find in the back of a somewhat secluded apartment complex. The smoke was also banking down so there was no column to follow. Ended up burning eight units and was reportedly caused by a candle.
 

Bryan @ Sherman - March 20, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Ken Paradowski
Two story wood frame house with heavy involvement of second floor. Initial interior offensive attack but quickly changed to defensive mode. Tower 18 used in defensive attack along with Engine 518 deck gun and multiple hand lines. Hand lines were used to protect exposures on both sides of house. Fire under control in approx 30 minutes with tap out in approx 1 hour.
 

Stillwell @ Calder - March 20, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Ken Paradowski
One story wood frame house with heavy fire load and flames from windows on multiple sides of house. Initial interior offensive attack but changed to defensive mode using multiple handlines.
 

Spice Lane - March 7, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
SW Houston Engine 73 was first-in on this 2-11 apartment fire at Spice Lane & Wilcrest at 9 PM. The fire appeared to have started in a first-floor laundry room, at right, spread into the attic above the room and a second floor apartment, then spread through a common attic over a walkway into space over another 4 units before being contained. This was the second deuce tonight, the other being a vacant warehouse fire in SE Houston about 6 PM.
 

Glencrest - February 24, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
HFD District Chief Dan Kopfensteiner, District 23-D shift, directs operations on the C (back) side of an apartment fire at 8950 Glencrest, a block from Hobby Airport in southeast Houston. The fire started around Noon after, witnesses said, a huge explosion happened in a first floor apartment. That unit was found fully engulfed on arrival, which spread into a common attic, but rapid roof ventilation helped enable hose crews to cut it off before it spread far.
 

Space Center Blvd. - February 12, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Jim McGee
HFD Engine 71, a 1996 Quality pumper, was heavily damaged when embers from a massive apartment fire made it into the cab setting it on fire. Both fires occurred about 6:30 PM on Feb. 12, 2009 at Space Center Blvd. & Falcon Pass in the Clear Lake area. E-71 was first-in at the apartment fire, and its crew was busy stretching hoses when the driver noticed the cab was ablaze. All 18 units in one long apartment building were destroyed by fire, but two-alarms from HFD kept it from spreading to any exposures (except the fire engine, of course).
 

2901 Elmside - February 1, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
HFD called out at 23:38 Sunday for apartment fire on the west side, 2901 Elmside & Westheimer. By the end of it, a 16-unit occupied garden apartment building was fully involved, but three other similar exposed buildings were successfully protected. No reported injuries. Here Tower 69 sets up for master stream, one of three used.
 

Hammerly @ Ojeman - February 1, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
At 06:15, a major hydrochloric acid spill put a whole neighborhood on alert in southeast Houston, tied up most of the HFD's support units, not to mention almost two-alarms worth of suppression companies, and completely tied up all of its Haz-Mat team for hours. Then, at 07:30, firefighters on the opposite side of town (Spring Branch) arrived at Hammerly & Ojeman to find a 75' by 200' metal warehouse pumping thick smoke (see photo). The business inside was a metal fabrication plant, so Haz-Mat was called. The one the IC ended up getting came from Sugar Land FD, a career department 25 miles away. Also, Cy-Fair VFD's Rehab unit was sent to this fire. Both responses were extremely unusual for Houston. The fire went to 3-alarms and became a lengthy operation itself with three ladder pipes eventually used. There were no reported injuries in either incident.
 

Highway 6 - January 23, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
A huge, metal-clad pool company warehouse was destroyed by fire Friday night, 23 Jan. 2009, in far southwest Harris County (Houston), Texas, at 8500 Highway 6 South near Beechnut. Houston FD responded on mutual aid, then pulled a second alarm and called for four additional engines to assist the Community VFD (first-in) and the Sugar Land FD (second-in). In this photo, one of many propane bottles explodes as firefighters use handlines and master streams to protect a mini-storage warehouse in close proximity (B side) to the fire. Several residences on the right hand (D) side of the fire (out of photo) were threatened but successfully protected by HFD units as well.
 

Sauer St - January 23, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
HFD District Chief Leonard Mikeska (8-D, right) discusses strategy with District Chief Richard Hollas (83-B, detailed to 46-D) during a 1-11 house fire at 3400 Sauer St just south of downtown this afternoon about 1:45. Firefighters from stations 7, 8, and 25 had this fire under control in about 20 minutes.
 

Locke Lane - January 23, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
Houston firefighters battled a stubborn blaze in a two-and-a-half-story mansion in the city's prestigious River Oaks Addition early this morning. The fire at Locke Lane & Timber Lane was reported about 5:40 by a jogger who alerted a neighborhood patrol who then called 9-1-1, but it was too late for two residents who perished in the home. A third resident, the adult son of the two victims, escaped unhurt. The fire gained headway while first-arriving crews devoted all of their efforts trying to save the residents. Ladder 16 Captain Delbert Burleson was burned, although not severely, when a room flashed over while his crew was conducting a primary search. District 28 Chief Bob Schlieter summoned 3 alarms to the scene.
 

Wortham Center - January 1, 2009

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  Copyright 2014 - Tom McDonald
The fire was originally dispatched as a high-rise box at 02:03. Initial reports were of several "spot" fires that sprinklers had controlled, so the box was tapped out a few minutes later. At 02:24, Dist 8 re-struck the box after companies inside reported they found other fires on other floors. A few minutes later, he pulled a 2nd alarm.
 



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