10 Badger Dr
Structure Fire - Residential
Tuesday November 15, 2016
During the early afternoon of Tuesday November 15, 2016 the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to a reported house fire at this location. Upon arrival heavy smoke was venting from the structure, a 1.5 sty wood frame. Engine 1, first due streatched interior attack lines and supply lines and began to make an interior attack. Engine 5 second due established a secondary water source and its crew went to work.
Due to high heat and fire the interior crews were backed out twice to make an exterior attack in an effort to knock down a large volume of fire that was on division 2. After the second round of exterior attacks, interior crews made entry and knocked down the remaining body of fire.
The home was vacant at the time of the fire. One firefighter suffered a burn injury and was treated and released.
Exterior view from A/D Side of structure as members of LFD begin arriving on scene
Members of LFD are seen here stretching interior attack lines into this dwelling
Smoke on scene was heavy at times as scene here near the first due Engine 1
Members of Truck Co 1 utilize the ladder to make the roof and begin cutting ventilation holes to get the
heat and smoke out of the structure, providing relief for interior crews working
Members of Truck 1 making the roof to assist with vertical ventilation. Heavy smoke is seen on the D side of the structure
Return to LFD in Action