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  • 2018 Major Incidents
    Updated On: Jan 02, 2019
    • 01/06/2018 - "B" Shift was dispatched around 1230 hours via auto-aid to a possible house fire in West Metro Fire district. A West Metro crew who had called in the fire arrived to find heavy fire on the alpha side of the structure. District Chief 21, Engine 22, and Rescue 31 responded. Rescue 31 arrived and conducted a primary search and Engine 22 arrived to conduct overhaul. 

    • 01/07/2018 - "B" Shift was dispatched shortly after 0400 hours to a possible business fire on the 4000 block of 85th. PD requested Fire for a possible business fire after driving by and seeing smoke from the business. Initial Alarm included District Chief 21, Engine 11, Engine 22, and Engine 41 with Auto aid from West Metro Tower 1. Chief 21 arrived to find smoke showing from the structure. Engine 11 and 22 forced entry and found smoke banked to the floor. Crews found an oil burner had caught fire and were able to shut the power off and control the fire. Units cleared shorly after.

    • 01/14/18 - "C" Shift was dispatched just before 0430 hours to a second alarm house fire in Brooklyn Center. BC 2, Engine 22, and Rescue 41 responded to the 7200 block of Camden which is roughly a block from the border of the city. Initial reports were that a garage was on fire and PD arrived to find a fully involved attached garage fire spreading into the house. Brooklyn Center Ladder 4 arrived to find a 2 story single family home with heavy fire from the garage spreading into the house. The incident was raised to a second alarm. Crews assisted with extinguishment and overhaul and were cleared shortly before 0700.

    • 01/14/18 - "A" Shift was dispatched around 1700 hours to the 8200 block of Wyoming for a possible house fire. Initial alarm assignment included Chief 1, BC 1, Engine 22 and 41, and Rescue 31 with auto-aid from West Metro Captain 11 and Tower 1. Chief 1 arrived to find heavy fire a single family dwelling with heavy fire from the garage. Chief 1 took command and requested an all call for personnel. A second alarm was struck shortly after which included an All Call for personnel, Engines from Brooklyn Center and Maple Grove, a Ladder from Plymouth, and Fridley to stand-by and cover calls. Engine 22 arrived and pulled a blitz to the garage along with two 1 3/4 lines to assist with knocking down the fire on the charlie side of the structure with the help of Engine 41. Crews initiated an interior attack to prevent the spread of any further fire. The fire was mainly contained to the garage and crews conducted overhaul for an extended period of time. All units cleared around 2030.

    • 02/09/2018 - "B" Shift was dispatched around 1500 hours to the 7400 block of Imperial Drive for a possible garage fire. Initial Alarm Assignment Included Chief 1, BC 3, Engine 22, Rescue 31 and 41, and Inspector 1 along with auto aid from Plymouth Chief 1 and Ladder 21. North Ambulance and a supervisor responded to the scene. Enroute, a column of smoke was noted and BC 3 requested an "All Call" for Brooklyn Park. BC 3 along with both Rescues arrived to find a fully involved garage fire with 2 cars on fire spreading to adjacent structures. One victim was removed from the residence upon arrival and transported with non life threatening injuries. Engine 22 tagged a hydrant while Rescue 31 stretched a blitz to the garage to knock the bulk of the fire down while Engine 22 crew conducted exposure extinguishment/protection. Rescue 41 conducted a primary search of the structure. BC 3 requested a second alarm which brought in Brooklyn Center Chief 2 and Engine 5, Coon Rapids Engine 3, West Metro Tower 1, and Fridley Engine 5 to stand by at Station 2. The fire was mainly contained to the garage with damage to the siding of the adjacent structures and some minor extension into the attic of one of the homes. Two patients were transported to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. Crews cleared around 1700 hours.

    • 02/12/2018 - "A" Shift was dispatched around 2130 hours on a second alarm working apartment fire on the 5500 block of Zealand in New Hope. BC 1, Engine 22, and Rescue 31 responded to the scene. Crews assisted with various tasks and were clered around 2230 hours.

    • 02/16/2018- "C" Shift was dispatched around 2230 hours for reports of the back of a house on fire in the area of 74th and Dupont. Initial Alarm Assignment included BC 2, Engine 22, 31, 41, and auto-aid from West Metro Chief 7 and Tower 1. Updated address was on the 900 block of 74th Ave with police on scene stating there was flames from the back side of the house. BC 2 requested an "All Call" for Brooklyn Park. BC 2 arrived, confirmed there was a working fire, and took command. Engine 22 and 31 made an interior attack while Engine 41 conducted a primary search. Crews made a quick knock on the fire. Crews conducted overhaul and units cleared around 0110 hours.

    • 02/17/2018 - "B" Shift was dispatched around 2115 to an accident on Highway 252, North of Brookdale Drive with unknown injuries. Rescue 41 responded initially. Police on scene updated that there was multiple patients that needed extrication. BC 3 and Engine 22 responded on the update and Rescue 31 was moved up to station 2 to cover calls. Crews arrived to find a 2 vehicle accident and worked on extricating victims. North Ambulance provided patient care. The incident attracted media attention.

    • 02/22/2018 - "C" Shift was dispatched around 1130 hours on a second alarm house fire on the 5400 block of Zealand in New Hope. BC 2, Engine 22, and Rescue 31 responded to the scene. Crews assisted with various tasks and were cleared around 1300 hours.

    • 02/24/2018 - "C" Shift was dispatched for auto-aid around 0700 hours to the 5000 block of 56th Ave in Crystal for reports of a detached garage fire. BC 2, Engine 22, and Rescue 31 responded and arrived with West Metro crews to find a fully involved garage fire. Crews assisted with extinguishment and overhaul and were cleared around 0830 hours.

    • 02/26/2018 - "A" Shift was dispatched to a possible appliance fire on the 8400 block of Brunswick at 0321 hours. This response typically prompts a Chief Officer, an Engine (2 firefighters), and a Rescue (2 firefighters). -At 0315 an emergency came out on the West side in which Rescue 31 had responded to. -At 0317 an emergency came out on the North side in which Rescue 41 had responded to. This left Battalion Chief 1 and Engine 22 responding to the appliance fire in which units had arrived to find heavy black smoke and fire venting through a Charlie side window of the duplex. This incident was upgraded to a house fire. This situation left the Battalion Chief and 2 firefighters on scene roughly 10 minutes fighting the fire from the exterior until units were able to clear and respond from their emergencies. Crews were able to get a good knock on the fire, but unfortunately there was extensive damage. Rescue 31 and 41 were able to make entry for extinguishment and conduct primary searches that came up negative. Tower 21 had responded and arrived in time to make access on the bravo side exposure in which they found fire in the attic space. Mutual aid companies arrived and assisted with extinguishing hot spots and conducting overhaul. Thank you to all the mutual aid companies from West Metro, Plymouth and Osseo for assisting. There were no injuries reported and all firefighters made it home safe. The cause of the fire has been determined to be a cooking fire.

    • 03/03/2018 - "A" Shift was dispatched to a business fire on the 7200 block of 93rd with reports of the roof being on fire at 2130 hours. Initial Alarm included Chief 1, Battalion Chief 1, Engine 22, 31, and 41 with auto-aid from West Metro Lt 21 and Tower 1. Engine 22 arrived to find smoke showing and police on scene reported flames seen. Battalion Chief 1 took command. Crews found a fire in the HVAC unit that had spread into the roof line. West Metro Tower 1 set up and crews conducted extensive overhaul. Osseo Fire was requested to the scene as well. Crews cleared around 2300 hours. 

    • 03/07/2018 - "A" Shift was responded to a reported house fire around 1700 hours on the 6700 block of 80th Ave N. Auto Aid was provided from West Metro Fire.

    • 03/29/2018 - "B" Shift was dispatched to reports of a possible house fire on the 9700 block of Almond Ave N at 0700 hours. Being that this was at shift change, initial alarm assignment included 11 firefighters which is almost double what normally responds. Initial alarm assignment included Chief 1, Battalion Chiefs 1 and 3, Captain 41, Engine 11, 31, and 41 with auto-aid from Fridley with a ladder truck. Battalion Chief 3 arrived to find a 2 story residence with a working house fire. Reports were that there was a fire in the basement bedroom. A 360 performed displayed fire venting through a window in the Bravo-Charlie corner. A second alarm was struck on the fire bringing in West Metro Fire, Coon Rapids, Brooklyn Center, and Plymouth to stand by at the central station. Engine 41 arrived and tagged a hydrant while Engine 11's crew made initial entry through the garage. Crews were met with heavy smoke and high heat. Crews were unable to locate the basement door due to configuration of the house. Initial crews backed out due to worsening conditions. A crew was sent to the charlie side window well to make an exterior knock on the fire while crews re-entered through the front door. Crews still had trouble finding the basement stairs, but finally located them and continued to extinguish the fire. The fire was contained to the basement bedroom/bathroom area and all residents and animals were accounted for. Crews conducted extensive overhaul and all fire fighters made it home safe. Units cleared the scene around 1000 hours.

    • 3/26/2018 - "A" Shift was dispatched to reported smoke in a kitchen on the 7000 block of Janell Ave N around 2030 hours. Initial alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 1, Engine 11, and Rescue 31. Rescue 31 arrived to find a single story residence with nothing showing. Upon doing a 360, Rescue 31 updated that there was smoke and fire on the charlie side of the structure and requested to fill out the box. This brought in Chief 1 and Engine 41 along with auto aid from West Metro Fire. Crews made an offensive attack on the kitchen fire and got a quick knock on it. The fire was contained to the kitchen. All residents made it out of the house and no firefighters were injuried. Crews cleared the scene around 2230 hours.

    • 04/15/2018 - Crews ran 40 calls during the snow storm that brought in roughly 20 inches. The weekend total was almost 100 calls. (Fri-Sun)

    • 04/27/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded around 1700 hours to the 6100 block of Bryant Ave N in Brooklyn Center for a second alarm house fire. Battalion Chief 1, Engine 31, and Rescue 31 responded.

    • 05/01/2018 - "B" Shift crews responded around 1100 hours to the 8600 block of 48th Ave N in New Hope on a second alarm house fire. Battalion Chief 3 and Engine 31 responded. Crews provided support as the R.I.T. while suppression operations were underway. Crews cleared the scene around 1230 hours.

    • 05/11/2018 - "B" Shift crews responded around 0330 hours to a possible garage fire on the 5800 block of 73rd Ave N. Initial alarm assignment included: Battalion Chief 3, Engine 22, 31, and 41 with auto aid from West Metro Captain 11 and Tower 1. Updates enroute from PD stated that this was not a garage fire, it was an apartment fire. Battalion Chief 3 and Engine 22 arrived to a 3 story apartment building with heavy fire on the Charlie/Delta 2nd and 3rd floor. BC 3 took command. An all call was requested bringing in Chief 2, Battalion Chief 2, and Engine 21 on the call back. Osseo was requested to stand by at station 2. Engine 22 grabbed a water supply and laid a 2 1/2 smooth bore to the Charlie side to knock the bulk of the fire down. Crews transitioned to an interior attack while West Metro Tower 1 set up on the delta side. A huge thank you to the Brooklyn Park Police Department for assisting in evacuating residents and to North Memorial Health Ambulance supervisor and ambulances for standing by. There were no reported injuries and all firefighters made it home safe. The cause of the fire is still under investigation and the incident did attract media attention. Thank you to all the mutual aid companies that assisted. Crews cleared the scene just after 0500 hours.

    • 05/21/2018 - "A" Shift crews were dispatched just after 2300 hours to the 6600 block of Xylon Ave N. BC 1, Engine 11 and 22 responded with auto aid from West Metro Lieutenant 22 and Tower 1. Chief 2 responded on the call back. (Rescue 41 was out on another fire call at the time leaving 4 firefighters and a Battalion Chief responding to the fire initially) Engine 11 had a quick response due to them clearing a call a few blocks away. Engine 11 arrived to a 2 story residence with light smoke throughout the house. Engine 11 found that the home owner had knocked the bulk of the fire down with an extinguisher, but there was still heavy smoke conditions in the basement. Crews conducted overhaul and ventilation and returned to service in under an hour.

    • 05/25/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded just before 0200 hours to the 9100 block of Barrington Terr for a reported house fire. Initial Alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 1, Engine 11 and 22, and Rescue 41 with auto aid from West Metro Lieutenant 31 and Tower 1. (BC 1, E22, and R41 were on scene of an alarm at the time of the incident)
    • "B" Shift crews responded around 1100 hours to the 4900 block of Peony Ln on a 3rd alarm school fire in Plymouth. Battalion Chief 3 and Engine 22 responded. Crews conducted roof operations and cleared the scene around 1330 hours.
    • "B" Shift crews were returning to the city when they were paged on via mutual aid to Columbia Heights. Crews responded around 1335 hours to the 3900 block of McKinley St NE for a house fire. Battalion Chief 3 and Engine 22 responded. Crews assisted with extinguishment and overhaul. Crews cleared the scene around 1500 hours.
    • "B" Shift crews made it back to the city when they were dispatched to a appliance fire. Battalion Chief 3, Engine 22 and Rescue 41 responded initially to the 3000 block of 80th Ave just before 1600 hours. Battalion Chief 3 arrived to find smoke showing from the exterior alpha, bravo sides. Engine 11 responded upon the update of smoke. Crews made an initial attack on the fire and conducted extensive overhaul/ventilation.
    • "B" Shift crews ended the night with a call of reported smoke coming from a window on the 6400 block of Welcome Ave around 2030 hours. Battalion Chief 3, Engine 11, and Engine 22 responded. Engine 11 arrived to a 2 story townhouse with heavy smoke showing from the alpha side and requested to fill out the box along with a Brooklyn Park "all call". Engine 11 and 22 made an interior attack along with a primary search. Rescue 41 responded along with Chief 1. Auto aid was recieved from West Metro Tower 1. Battalion Chief 3 requested a second alarm assignment to be paged. Crews knocked down the fire and started overhaul.

    • 05/26/2018 - "A" shift responed to the 7600 block of 67th Ave around 1330 hours. Initial alarm assignment included Chief 1, Battalion Chief 1, Engine 11, 22, and 41 with auto aid from West Metro Tower 1. Chief 1 arrived to find smoke showing from the delta side and roof line. Crews made a quick knock of the exterior fire and conducted overhaul. This was the 7th fire in 36 hours that crews responded to.

    • 05/30/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded via mutual aid to Brooklyn Center for a house fire. Battalion Chief 1, Engine 22, and Engine 31 responded to the 7200 block of Unity around 2330 hours. Crews made an initial attack on the fire and started overhaul. The fire was contained to the bedroom. Crews returned to service around 0200 hours.

    • 06/10/2018 - "C" Shift was dispatched just after midnight to a reported house fire on the 9000 block of Kentucky Ave. Initial alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 2, Engine 11, 22, and 41 with auto aid from Plymouth Ladder 21. Chief 1 responded on the call back and arrived to find smoke showing from the residence. Crews making initial entry encountered heavy smoke and fire in the basement. The fire was knocked down and crews conducted overhaul and ventilation. North Memorial Ambulance stood by at the scene.

    • 06/18/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded around 1330 hours to a second alarm apartment fire on the 3400 block of 47th Ave in Brooklyn Center. Battalion Chief 1 and Engine 22 responded to the scene and assisted with various tasks.

    • 07/04/2018 - "B" Shift crews responded on a second alarm assignment to standby and cover calls in Brooklyn Center while they were out on a structure fire around 2300 hours. Battalion Chief 3, Engine 11, and Engine 22 responded to Brooklyn Center Station 2 and covered calls.

    • 07/05/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded around 1430 hours to the 5600 block of 80th Ave for a reported townhouse fire. Initial Alarm assignment included Chief 1, Battalion Chief 1, Captain 41, Deputy Fire Marshal 1, Inspector 1, Engine 11, 22, and 41 with auto aid from Plymouth Battalion Chief 1 and Ladder 21. Battalion Chief 1 arrived to find fire showing from the alpha side of the structure. Engine 22 crew tagged a hydrant and got a quick knock on the fire. Crews conducted extensive overhaul operations. Due to a quick response, the fire was mostly contained to the exterior of the structure. North Memorial Ambulance stood by at the scene.

    • 07/17/2018 - "B" Shift crews responded to the 4700 block of Lakeview Ave in Brooklyn Center on a 2nd alarm house fire around 0300 hours. Battalion Chief 3, Engine 11, and Engine 22 responded. Units arrived and assisted with overhaul operations. Crews cleared the scene around 0400 hours.

    • 07/23/2018 - "C" Shift crews responded to the 7600 block of Orchard Ave N for a reported house fire around 1030 hours. Initial Alarm assignment included Chief 1, 2, Battalion Chief 2, Engine 22, 31, and Rescue 41 with auto aid from Plymouth fire. Crews arrived and were able to handle with the units on scene. Plymouth was cancelled. North Memorial Ambulance stood by at the scene.

    • 07/25/2018 - "C" Shift crews responded to the 11500 block of 48th Ave N around 1500 hours for a second alarm house fire in Plymouth. Battalion Chief 2, Engine 22 and Engine 31 responded to the scene and assisted with various tasks.

    • 07/26/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded ot the 6000 block of 65th for a reported apartment fire around 1100 hours. Initial Alarm Assignment included Battalion Chief 1, Engine 22, 31, and 41 with auto aid from West Metro Fire. North Memorial Ambulance supervisor along with 2 ambulance responded. Battalion Chief 2 responded on the call back. Units arrived to find a cooking fire out on arrival and cancelled other units responding. Crews conducted ventilation operations to clear out the apartment and the hallways.

    • 08/15/2018 - "C" Shift crews responded to the 8900 block of Montegue Terr. for a reported house fire around 1830 hours. Initial Alarm assignment included Chief 1, 2, Battalion Chief 2, Engine 11, 22, 41, and Inspector 1. Battalion Chief 2 noted a column of smoke from the distance and requested a Brooklyn Park All-Call. Battalion 2 and Engine 22 arrived to find a 2 story residence with a working attached garage fire and requested West Metro Fire to be started. Battalion Chief 2 took command. West Metro Captain 5 and Tower 1 responded. Engine 22 made a transitional attack with an inch and three-quarter hand lines to knock the bulk of the fire down. Engine 41 crew made entry into the structure with Engine 22 crew. Crews encountered heavy smoke and increasing heat inside the structure. Engine 31 crew conductred roof operations until West Metro Tower 1 arrived. West Metro Tower 1 set up on the alpha side of the structure and continued roof operations. A second alarm was struck bringing in Brooklyn Center Engine 6, Coon Rapids Engine 1, and Fridley Engine 1 to the scene with Plymouth Lieutenant 31 and Ladder 21 to stand by at our central station. North Memorial Amblance supervisor and an ambulance stood by at the scene. The fire was contained to the garage. Crews conducted overhaul and ventilation for an extensive period of time. All units were clear around 2130 hours. North Memorial Ambulance supervisor and an ambulance stood by at the scene.

    • 08/22/2018 - "A" Shift responded just after 2100 hours to a boat taking in water with 4 occupants aboard on the Mississippi River below the dam. Battalion Chief 1, Engine 22, and Engine 31 responded. Engine 31's crew retrieved Utility 11 with Boat 11 from our East fire station. Crews launched the boat and Engine 22's crew manned Boat 11. Brooklyn Park and Fridley fire coordinated river operations. Fridley fire launched south of highway 694 and was unable to make it upstream due to river conditions. Boat 11 launched at River Park and made it upstream to the incident location, but had difficulties navigating with very shallow and rough water conditions. HCSO arrived and was unable to launch due to the water conditions. Brooklyn Park took River command and Boat 11 reached the occupants who were all safe and uninjured. Boat 11 was able to free the boat and bring all occupants safely to shore. Crews cleared the scene around 2230 hours. North Memorial Ambulance supervisor and an ambulance stood by at the scene.

    • 08/24/2018 - "C" Shift responded to the 7600 block of Hampshire Ave N around 1930 hours for a reported townhouse on fire. Initial Alarm assignment included District Chief 21, Engine 22, 31, and 41 with auto aid from West Metro Captain 21 and Tower 1. Tower 21 responded to the scene on the call back. Crews were updated enroute from police on scene that there was an active fire. Chief 21 arrived to a 2 story townhome with smoke showing from the exterior. Engine 22 and 31 made an interior attack and confined the fire to a single room. Crews knocked down the fire and remained on scene doing overhaul, ventilation, and investigation. North Memorial Ambulance supervisor and an ambulance stood by at the scene.

    • 08/29/2018 - "A" Shift was dispatched to a business fire just after 0100 hours on the 8000 block of 89th Ave N. Initial alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 1, Engine 21, 31, and 41 with auto aid from West Metro Captain 31 and Tower 1. Battalion Chief 1 arrived to a mega sized warehouse with smoke showing from the dock. Battalion Chief 1 raised the alarm level. The second alarm assignment included Brooklyn Center Engine 3, Maple Grove Chief 5 and Engine 31, Plymouth Battalion 3, Lieutenant 13, and Ladder 21, and for Fridley fire to stand by at our central station. Crews encountered heavy smoke conditions in the building with a sprinkler controlled fire. Crews knocked down the rest of the fire and remained on scene until around 0330 hours. North Memorial Ambulance supervisor and an ambulance stood by at the scene.

    • 08/29/2018 - "A" Shift crews were cleaning up after the business fire when they were dispatched via auto-aid to the 5500 block of Marylan Ave N in Crystal for a reported house fire around 0330 hours. Chief 1, Engine 21, and Rescue 41 responded. Crews arrived and assisted with various tasks.

    • 08/31/2018 - "C" Shift crews responded to the 8800 block of 42nd Ave N in New Hope for a 2nd alarm townhouse fire. Battalion Chief 2, Engine 22, and Enigne 31 responded just after 0300 hours. Crews assisted with various tasks on scene and were cleared around 0430 hours.

    • 08/31/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded to the 2300 block of Brookview Drive in Brooklyn Center around 1330 hours on a 2nd alarm assignment for a house fire with a column of smoke noted from miles away. Initial reports stated there were 5 occupants unaccounted for. Battalion Chief 1, Engine 22, and Engine 31 responded and made initial interior attacks as the second in truck. Crews cycled through as a 3rd alarm was called. A modified 4th alarm was called requesting Minneapolis fire with an Engine. Crews remained on scene assisting for an extended period of time. This fire was the 5th structure fire crews have responded to in a week.

    • 09/16/2018 - "C" Shift crews responded to a business alarm on the 7600 block of Boone just after 1600 hours. Battalion Chief 2, Engine 11, and Engine 22 responded. Crews arrived to find smoke showing and upgraded this incident to a business fire. Battalion Chief 1 and Engine 41 responded on the upgrade along with auto aid from West Metro Captain 11 and Tower 1. Crews made entry and found a vehicle in a garage on fire. Crews were able to extinguish the fire quickly preventing it from spreading into the structure.

    • 10/06/2018 - "B" Shift crews responded to a 3rd alarm house fire in Maple Grove around 2200 hours on the 8900 block of Annapolis Ave. Battalion Chief 3, Engine 22, and Engine 31 responded. Crews initially were assigned RIT and then were re-assigned to a secondary search of the residence. Crews cleared the scene just before midnight.

    • 10/07/2018 - "C" Shift crews responded around 0900 hours to stand by in Robbinsdale while multiple departments were on scene of a 3rd alarm house fire. Battalion Chief 2 and Engine 22 responded to the scene.

    • 10/09/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded to the 5800 block of 73rd for a reported apartment fire around 1700 hours. Battalion Chief 1, Engine 11, and Engine 22 responded with auto aid from West Metro Chief 3 and Tower 1. Crews arrived to find nothing showing from the structure. After investigating, crews found a fire-out situation and were able to return to service shortly after.

    • 11/11/2018 - "A" Shift crews responded to a reported house fire on the 3400 block of 77th Ave around 0230 hours. Battalion Chief 1, Engine 11, 22, and 41 enroute with auto aid from West Metro Fire. Initial reports from PD on scene are that the house is fully involved. Battalion Chief 1 arrived and confirmed there is a working house fire with flames showing from the alpha and charlie sides. Engine 22 arrived and pulled a 2 1/2 to the rear to work on extinguishment while cross-lays were pulled to the front side for extinguishment. Once the bulk of the fire was knocked down, crews made entry into the structure. A second alarm was struck brining in surrounding departments. Crews cleared the scene around 0800 hours.

    •  11/21/2018 - "B" Shift crews responded to reported house fire on the 2900 block of 84th Ave N around 1030 hours. Crews were updated enroute that there was an active fire in the kitchen and BC-3 requested an all call. Engine 22 arrived and confirmed smoke was showing from the Charlie side of the structure. Engine 22 conducted a 360 to find smoke coming from the rear and laid a cross-lay to the front of the structure. Initial Alarm assignment included Chief 1, 2, Battalion Chief 3, Engines 11, 22, and 41, Captain 41, Inspector 1, Deputy Fire Marshal 1, and West Metro Fire on Auto Aid. Engine 22 and 41 made the initial attack. Crews knocked down the fire just before it got into the attic space. West Metro fire was cancelled and crews cleared the scene around noon.

    • 11/24/2018 - "C" shift crews responded to a fire alarm around 1245 on the 5500 block of Brookedale Dr. Initial response included Battalion Chief 2, Engine 11, and Engine 22. Crews arrived to find smoke showing from the 3rd floor of the apartment complex and upgraded this incident to an apartment fire. Crews laid lines and made entry into the apartment to find a cooking fire that had extended into the cabinets and was out.

    • 11/27/2018 - "B" Shift crews responded to a reportd attached garage fire on the 4000 block of 82nd just after 1900 hours. Initial Alarm assignment included: Chief 2, Battalion Chief 3, Engine 11, 22, and 41 with auto-aid from West Metro Fire. Engine 22 arrived to a one-story group home with smoke showing from the bravo side of the structure and took command. Engine 22 was able to knock the fire down quickly before it could spread into the structure. Engine 11 and 22 remained on scene completeing overhaul and all other units returned to service.

    • 11/30/2018 - "B" Shift crews responded to the 5600 block of Zane via auto-aid to West Metro Fire in the city of Crystal for a reported house fire. Battalion Chief 3, Engine 11, and Engine 22 responded. Crews worked as a back-up crew for the incident and assisted with clean-up before returning to service. Once crews arrived back in the city, they responded to a fully-involved semi-truck cab next to a structure and other vehicles. Crews arrived to find the cab fully invovled spreading to another truck and impinging on the structure. Engine 22 pulled a bumper line and Engine 11 laid a supply line to Engine 22. Crews remained on scene for about an hour and returned to service.

    • 12/07/2018 - "C" Shift crews responded to the 5400 block of Girard Ave N on a second alarm house fire in Brooklyn Center around 0900 hours. Battalion Chief 2 and Engine 22 responded. Crews rotated through various tasks and remained on scene for an extended period of time.

    • 12/15/2018 - "C" Shift crews responded to a reported apartment fire on the 7200 block of 72nd Ln with reports of one trapped around 1100 hours. Chief 2, Battalion Chief 2, Engine 21, 22, and 31 responded with auto aid from West Metro Lieutenant 11 and Tower 1. Engine 31 arrived to find smoke showing and confirme a working apartment fire. Crews made initial entry and were updated that the vitctim made it out of the apartment. Crews encountered heavy smoke and managed to get a good knock of the fire before it could spread to other units. Crews remained on scene for an extended period of time for overhaul. North Memorial Health Ambulance stood by at the scene.

    • 12/19/18 - "C" Shift crews responded to a reported water incident on the Mississippi River. Chief 1, Battalion Chief 2, Captain 41, Inspector 1, Engine 11, and Engine 21 with Boat 11 responded. Crews worked in conjunction with Fridley Fire and HCSO Water Patrol.

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