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Engine Goes To Fire In Mechanicsville
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By Firefighter/EMT-B Kyle Compton
April 22, 2015

On April 20th at 0942 hours, Engine Company 2 was alerted to respond to Three Notch Rd in the area of Big Dogs Tavern for the reported house fire. Engine 22 responded with four personnel at dispatch. St. Mary's Engine 24 from (Mechanicsville) arrived on scene with smoke showing and established the "Three Notch Rd Command". The crew from SM E24 entered the structure to locate and extinguish any fire in the single story structure. Engine 22 arrived second on scene shortly after and picked up the supply line. Engine 22 was tasked with salvage and overhaul while assisting with ventilation. Engine 22's crew remained on scene to assist with clean up. Ambulance 27 responded to this incident with two personnel.

Units: E22, RE52, E11, A27
 
Mutual Aid: St. Mary's Units: E24, E74, T1, SQD2, E21, WS5, TA2
 
 

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