Working Fire November 25th, 2013
At approximately 4:45pm on November 24th West Webster was dispatched for a possible house on fire in the area of Glenview Court and Klem Road. While responding there were several updates for flames from the rear of a house. Several minutes later police arrived on location reporting a lawnmower on fire that was spreading to an attached deck in the area of power lines for the home. 1c72 arrived on location reporting heavy smoke from the rear of a 1 1/2 story house and police were further reporting that the fire was spreading to the 2nd floor of the house as well as the garage in the rear of the house. Command declared a working fire and Webster Fire Department was started as the rapid intervention crew. The fire was placed under control at approximately 5:10pm and the cause is under investigation by the Monroe County Fire Bureau. Red Cross is providing assistance for the family.
Working Fire August 18th, 2013
At approximately 7pm on Saturday August 17th, West Webster was dispatched for a garage fire on Lauren Court off of Five Mile Line Road. 1C142 was onscene within a minute of the initial dispatch reporting a working fire. A short time later 1C142 advised that the fire was extending into the house, and 1C12 declared that we would make a defensive attack on the fire. After about 20 minutes the buld of the fire on the exterior of the building was knocked down and crews were able to enter the building and extinguish the fire inside. The fire was under control approximately 15 minutes later and crews were onscene until approximately 10:30 pm overhauling the scene. Red Cross is assisting the resident and the cause of the fire is under investigation.
House Fire July 8th, 2013
On the morning of July 8th at approximately 4:30 in the morning West Webster was dispatched for a possible house on fire in the 900 block for Gravel Road. While responding units were updated that there was additional calls coming in for a fire from the roof of location. 1C82 arrived on location a short time after dispatch finding a 2 story frame house with smoke and fire from the roof. Police advised the fire department that the house is a vacant and with that information the fire department commenced with a defensive attack on the fire. Command declared the fire out approximately 40 minutes later. Cause of the fire is under investigation and the house has been demolished by the Town of Webster Highway Department. Photos below taken by Brad Cowan.
Lightning Stike at Local Restaurant August 3rd, 2012
Tuesday July 31st at approximately 6pm West Webster responded for a lighting strike and possible fire at the Garlic Pit Restaurant on Ridge Road. Responders arrived to find that the structure had indeed been struck by lightning but there was a no fire in the building.
Photos by Brad Cowan
Garlic Pit Lightning Strike 7.31.12
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House Fire on Five Mile Line Rd July 27th, 2012
At approximately 9am Thursday July 26th West Webster was dispatched for a possible house on fire at 1099 Five Mile Line Rd. While responding units were updated by ECD that there were multiple calls for the fire and Webster Fire Department was started as the RIC. Police went on location a short time later relaying to responders that there was a working fire at the location. The Webster Fire Marshall went on location with smoke from the roof of the house from the C-side followed shortly thereafter by Engine 123. With the assistance of police, 123 made entry and quickly extinguished the fire. Crews remained onscene for several house assisting MCSO fire investigation and completing overhaul. The cause of the fire in under investigation.
(Photos by Josh Taylor)
Five Mile Line Rd House fire 7.26.12
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Mutual Aid Response to Webster July 27th, 2012
At approximately 5pm July 23rd Webster Fire Department responded for a house on fire with possible people trapped. West Webster engine 123 responded as a RIC as part of a mutual aid agreement. The fire was quickly knocked down and the West Webster assignment was put back in service. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Fatal Fire in Laurelton July 26th, 2012
At approximately 12:50 am on July 15th Laurelton Fire Department responded for a possible house on fire on Falstaff Rd. Command declared a working fire which started West Webster as the RIC (Rapid Intervention Crew). West Webster Engine 123 responded to the scene of the fire which turned out to be a fatal fire. About an hour into the incident Laurelton command requested a second engine from West Webster to the scene for manpower. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
House Fire on State Rd June 25th, 2012
Just before 11pm saturday night June 23rd Webster Fire Department was dispatched for a possible fire type unknown. While responding they were updated by dispatch that they had a possible closet fire with everyone out of the house. 1c30 went on location with heavy smoke from a single story and requested West Webster for a RIC (Rapid Intervention Crew). Read the rest of this entry »
Fire at Town of Irondequoit Highway Department June 3rd, 2012
West Webster was called to Point Pleasant fire department to assist crews fighting a fire at the Town of Irondequoit Highway Department on Friday afternoon. Engine 123 was initially sent to fill in at Point Pleasant Station 2 on N Kings Hwy while responding the crew determined that they would not be able to access the firehouse and staged at the scene of the fire covering Point Pleasant’s district. After staging for some time the crew from 123 was put to work to establish a water supply for Point Pleasant’s engine 115. Engine 125 and Quint 120 were later called to fill in at Point Pleasant and Ridge Culver’s fire stations.
Fire at Local Restaurant March 27th, 2012
At approximately 8:25 pm on Tuesday March 20th West Webster was dispatched to TC Hooligans Restaurant for a large amount of smoke from the top of the building. While responding they received several updates reporting possible chimney fire or fire in a pizza oven. 1C22 called on location several minutes after dispatch reporting smoke from the roof of a 1 story commercial structure. Quint 120 set up on the front corner of the building and laddered the roof to evaluate the situation on the roof. It was found that there was active fire on the roof from a vent as well as burning debris falling into the fireplace below. The cause of the fire is still under investigation by the Monroe County Fire Bureau.
TC Hooligans fire 3/20/12
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