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By Fire / Rescue Lieutenant Richard Pratt
June 20, 2016

At 1739 hrs, units from Westminster and surrounding companies were alerted for a House Fire on Yellow Lily Court. Initial report was a propane tank explosion on the deck. Units from Westminster arrived with fire showing on Side Charlie. E92 responded and arrived as the 5th arriving engine - laying a supply line from a second hydrant. E92's crew was assigned to take over E33's line on the first floor. With the bulk of the fire knocked on the first floor E92's crew moved upstairs to hook ceilings and extinguish the fire in the attic. E92 continued to assist with extinguishment and overhaul throughout the incident. E91 responded later in the incident when additional engines were requested. E91 arrived and also assisted with extinguishment and overhaul. Units from Reese operated on the scene for approximately 3 hours. M99 was also on the scene performing Rehab.

Units: E91, E92, M99
 
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