Major apartment fire in Coquitlam, BC

Feb 16, 2015 – 2915 Glen Dr @ 4:20 PM
Major fire at a 4 story apartment near Coquitlam Center Mall
Several suites were damaged and many people are displaced.

First arriving Engine 1 struck a 2nd alarm.

Additional crews were called off duty.

It took crews 8 hours to fully contain the fire that has displaced 100 residents.

Pre Fire Dept arrival – fully involved structure fire in Surrey, BC

Feb 8th, 2015 – 10619 King George Blvd @ 10:30PM
Appears a barber shop/salon fully involved on arrival of fire crews.
Fire started in a Mexican restaurant and spread from there. A clothing store was also gutted in the blaze.
2nd alarm quickly called and 20+ Firefighters battled the intense blaze. No word on a cause yet, but it pointing towards an electrical issue.

Nov 1, 2014 – 11700 130th St @ 1:15hrs
For the 3rd time in 4 yrs, a major fire has struck the MacKenzie Mill in North Surrey. An engine company was called to the scene for reports of an electrical wire down only to arrive to a large working fire at the mill. The incident was quickly escalated to a 3rd alarm bringing about 30 firefighters to the scene. The mill was in the process of renovations and rebuilding from the previous fire in Jan 2011. No word on a cause for this latest fire.
1st Alarm – E-2(wires down) R2 Q4 R1 BC1
2nd Alarm – Q5 R4
3rd Alarm – Twr-1, E6 Rehab-15

Detroit Box Alarm: 6380 Hazlett St- Vacant Dwelling Fire

Detroit Firefighters were called on the scene of 6380 Hazlett St For a reported dwelling fire on the night of July 5th. This was a very busy night for Detroit firefighters as the Department was stretched to there maximum limits! This was a vacant Dwelling Going throughout. Going Throughout Is the term in Detroit for Fully Involved.

9/11 Timeline Revisted 9:03am – Never Forget

9:03AM Flight 175 crashes at about 590 mph (950 km/h, 264 m/s or 513 knots) into the south face of the South Tower (2 WTC) of the World Trade Center, between floors 77 and 85.[15] All 65 people on board the aircraft die instantly on impact, and unknown hundreds in the building as well. By this time, several media organizations, including the three major broadcast networks (who have interrupted their morning shows), are covering the first plane crash—millions see the impact live. Parts of the plane, including the starboard engine, leave the building from its east and north sides, falling to the ground six blocks away.