Fire Video: House Fire in Slatington, Pennsylvania (Two Video’s With Drone Footage)

Fire video of a house fire in Slatington, Pennsylvania.  The video was posted by news working and description is below.

“Lehigh County 9-1-1 dispatched Station 24, Engine 29-11, Ladder 29-31, Rescue 11-41 (F.A.S.T.) to 1135 Maple Spring Drive for a reported house fire. Deputy 29 (Wentz) signed on radio responding and was advised that the caller reported the rear deck on fire. Deputy 29 arrives in area reporting heavy smoke showing and moments later reported a working fire in a 1-story private dwelling and struck out the 2nd alarm at 14:06.

Lehigh County transmitted the second alarm at 14:07 sending Engines 611, 911, 2311, 1611, 4712 (N.C.), Tower Ladder 721 (Palmerton), squad 1651 and rehab 66. 

Chief 24 went on location taking over command. Three lines were immediately stretched as fire was rapidly spreading into the roof area of the building. One line was stretched to the rear, two through the front door and one to side 4 of the building. 

Ladder 47 went to the roof to cut a vent hole. A water supply was established using a hydrant across the street from the fire building. Crews worked for about 45 minutes to darken down all the fire. Crews in the garage had a stubborn fire above the ceiling in the roof line and had to pull ceilings to gain access to the fire. The crew in the rear continued to water down the deck and the exterior of the house. 

A total of 4 hand lines were stretched and operating. One firefighter and the homeowner were transported to area hospitals with minor injuries. Catasauqua was requested for a second F.A.S.T. company.”

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A second video was posted of this fire by Mike Nester and description is below the video.

“Sunday afternoon crews were dispatched to a reported house fire on Maple Spring Dr, first arriving fire officer reported a house well involved and upgraded to the 2nd alarm. Multiple lines were placed in service to knock down the fire. The fire was placed under control in about an hours time, one firefighter and one civilian were taken to the hospital with minor injuries….”

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