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2nd alarm

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    Chandler Now 2nd Alarm Hazmat With Phosphorus

    S Arizona Ave at E Queen Creek Rd, Chandler, incident has been escalating for hours. Now 2nd Alarm Hazmat With Phosphorus. Command A12 Staging A13 From Phoenix Fire Department Incidents E4+ E32+ E204+ E232+ E258+ E272+ E277+ E281+ E284+ E285+ E286+ E288+ E2810+ E2811+...
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    2nd Alarm Fire In Detroit

    Just after 4:30 March 19th a fire was reported in a warehouse located near Gratiot & French Road. Engine 50 was 1st due and immediately declared the fire "doubtful". Shortly after that, Battalion Chief 9 requested a 2nd alarm. Fire quickly spread through the 1500' X 500" warehouse that media...
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    2nd Alarm Fire - Jacksonville FL

    2nd Alarm struck for apartment fire, Jacksonville, FL First-due units calling for 2nd alarm, with heavy fire showing from 3-story apartment building. For Fire District 52, apartment complex at 6500 Lake Gray Blvd., near I-295 & Blanding Blvd. Stations 52, 31, 10, and 4 responding. JFRD on...
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    A.A. Co, Crofton dwelling fire 2nd alarm

    Crofton, MD, 2nd alarm dwelling fire, 1730 Foxdale Ct, townhouse w/heavy fire in the basement and up through ****loft. All occupants out .Mutual aid from PG. Ops on Anne Arundel fire Kilo