Concord Working Fire Makes for Quick Knock Down
By JAY HEATH, Correspondent | November 04, 2020 | NEW HAMPSHIRE
Story No. 110520105
Photo by Jay L Heath Concord firefighters made for a quick knock down of this working fire in the city's south end on November 4th.
Photo by Jay L Heath Firefighters take a break and get fresh air bottles.
Photo by Jay L Heath Lt Lund from Tower 1 takes a break after this working fire.
Photo by Jay L Heath Acting Battalion Chief Stone takes command.
Photo by Jay L Heath Minimal damage was done and the fire was contained to the kitchen with no extension.
Concord, NH - City firefighters made for a quick knock down of a kitchen fire on Wednesday afternoon, November 4th.
Concord Fire Alarm dispatched Engine 4, Engine 7, Tower 1, Rescue 4 and Battalion 54 at 2:25 P.M. for a kitchen fire at 61 Noyes Street in the city's south end. First due Engine 4 reported heavy smoke banking down inside the two-and-a-half story single-family residence and requested the "Working Fire" assignment.
Acting Battalion Chief Stone took command and firefighters made for a quick knock down of a kitchen fire. All searches were found negative, and minimal damage was done in the residence as the fire was contained to the kitchen with no extension. No injuries were reported. The fire was declared under control at 3:00 P.M.
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