Firefighting, Structural Firefighting

Chicago Rowhouse Fire

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FIRE FOCUS ❘ By Michael M. Dugan   On July 8, 2018, a report of fire was received for the 1400 block of E. 67th St. in Chicago, Illinois. The weather was warm with a high temperature in the upper 80s, and members of the Chicago (IL) Fire Department had to deal with debilitating heat and humidity. Units responding saw a large column of smoke in the area, indicating they might be going to work. The firehouse was only a couple of blocks away, and units pulled up knowing they had a working fire. Because of the response pattern, they got a view of only the front of the fire building on arrival. It was three-story attached row-type housing of ordinary construction with brick and wood. The building also had an enclosed wooden porch on the rear. The first-arriving battalion chief approached the building from the opposite side of the…

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