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  1. Fire devastates Mirror Park Gas Station Monday, 11th February 2019 LSFD Public Relations: Chloe MacKenzie Limited Ltd Gasoline the following morning after being devastated by the fire. MIRROR PARK - At 01:48 on Friday the 8th February 2018, 911 received a call from a business reporting there was a fire inside a Gas Station's 24/7 store at Limited Ltd Gasoline on West Mirror Drive, and that a person may be trapped. The Los Santos Fire Department requested a structure fire response of one Battalion Chief, two Engines and a Rescue Ambulance to the scene. On arrival Engine 1 reported a one storey commercial structure was fully involved in flame showing from all windows and the roof, establishing Mirror Incident Command. A defensive mode was initiated, which means Firefighters were told to stay out of the structure and hit it from all sides with water, and then foam. Engine 2 was unable to make it to the scene due to staff shortages, but a further request was made for Rapid Attack Tender 1 to attend the scene to get close to the structure and attack it with a high volume deluge gun of foam. Five SCBA pack wearers, four attack lines and one deluge gun fought hard to knock back the flame before switching to an offensive mode at 02:23. With this change of tactic, Firefighters were allowed to begin climbing a ladder to ventilate the structure by cutting open the roof before a primary search was begun. Thankfully during the search Firefighters inside the building confirmed that there was no persons found trapped inside, and forwarded the information to Battalion Chief 1, Ryan Lionheart who passed on the information to the Los Santos Police Department - allowing them to reassure concerned citizens for any workers inside the store. After 1 hour and 11 minutes of aggressive Firefighting, a knock down was declared at 02:59 and fire operations ceased shortly afterwards. The incident was handed over to Marshal 1 of the State Fire Marshal's division at 03:09 in order to conduct an investigation of what caused the fire. The cause of the fire is still being investigated but a preliminary investigation suggests it may have been due to faulty electronics, which ignited a fire and quickly involved the premises. One store and two cars were destroyed in the fire, but thankfully there were no injuries and the gas pumps and properties either side of the store were not damaged by the fire. This fire only comes 4 months after the Gas Pumps at the same business, Gasoline Ltd Limited, were destroyed in a fatal explosion on the 17th October 2018, after a car collided with the pumps. You can read more about that incident by clicking here. Dispatched LSFD Units: B1, E1, E2*, MS1, RAT1, RI1
  2. Two homes damaged and garage destroyed by fire in Rancho Friday, 30th November 2018 LSFD Public Relations: Chloe MacKenzie An aerial shot shows fire apparatus and firefighters tackling the fully involved garage with deck guns and hoses. RANCHO - At 00:19 on Friday the 9th November 2018, the Los Santos Fire Department were notified of a structure fire involving a garage with exposure to two homes at 2332 Jamestown St in Rancho, and dispatched a 1st alarm structure fire assignment to the scene. On arrival Chief 1 reported a garage fully involved in flame with spread to one of the homes north of the garage while a home south of the garage was exposed to the rapidly spreading flames. Engine 1 geared up in Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and entered one of the homes to search for any occupants while Engine 2 got to work attacking the fire and preventing spread to the second home. Inside the home, Engine 1 began to perform a search while shouting out for any occupants to evacuate. They began to knock out the windows to ventilate the structure of smoke, feeling around for any bodies and attacking any flames they came across while working in almost zero visibility. How-ever during the search Chief 1 ordered Engine 1 to evacuate as the roof became fully involved in flame, presenting a risk of collapse. Crews quickly made their way out and went into DEFENSIVE mode. Helmet cam footage showing flames spreading from the garage to the home as Engine 1 prepared to enter. The flames were doused in water by hoses and a deluge-gun from the deck of Engine 1. After 27 minutes of aggressive firefighting, at 00:46 the Fire Department declared a knock-down and crews moved into perform a secondary search. Engine 1 went back in to the property to search for anyone caught up in the fire. Luckily no one was found in the property and no injuries were declared during the incident. By 01:08 the Fire Department concluded all fire and rescue resources and began to clear away from the scene. The cause of the fire is still to be determined and the cost of damage is yet to be tabulated. For more information, contact the Los Santos Fire Department's public relations desk by sending an email to [email protected] Dispatched LSFD Units: C1, E1, E2, RB1, WT1 Interested in joining the Los Santos Fire Department? Apply to be a firefighter/emergency medical technician/paramedic today at lsfd.sa.gov/recruitment
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