3 Alarm Fire at Sacramento Nails Depot

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All I have so far is 3 alarms, roof collapse while firefighters were on it had to hang onto side of walls to be rescued. It was a distributor to nail salons called Nails Depot at 6960 65th Street in Sacramento. Occurred just before 1pm. Apparently someone has video of the firefighters running from the roof collapse and hanging onto the walls, we are attempting to track the video down.
 

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Incident: 0832 Type: Fire Location: 65TH ST AT 65TH ST EXWY ThomasBrothers: 337 1J info as of: 6/5/2008 4:50:00 PM
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
4:05PM WB 65 AT SKYPKWY SILL CLOSED PLZ ADV REG TRANSIT
3:24PM TMC COPY
3:16PM NB 65TH AT FLORIN IS OPEN
3:09PM 1039 107-C AND 107-L
3:06PM 8B62659 D7017274 - MAZD RED 14602-6 FOR ME1
3:04PM 1039 INTERNATIONAL
3:04PM LINE 37 FOR ME1
3:04PM 1185 65TH AT STKN FOR 22651P
2:47PM 55B CPZ ADV NEG PDSNGRS THERE ROLL THEM TO 65TH AT STKN
2:47PM RT ADV WILL SEND BUS
2:47PM PER 55B NEED TO FIND OUT WHERE TO SEND PEOPLE
2:44PM PSNGRS ARE GATHERING AROUND STKN AT 65TH PER 55B
2:43PM PER RT THEY HAVE 3 SUPERVISORS 97
2:40PM REGIONAL TRANSIT WILL CALL BACK W/ALT ROUTE - WHEN THEY DO PLZ ADV BLK RADIO ASAP
2:23PM S1 CPZ LN 26
2:22PM 1039 REG TRANSIT - WILL FIND AN ALT ROUTE FOR BUS
2:17PM 1039 CORDS - PER CO RDS THEY ARE 97
2:15PM PER S1 CONTACT REGIONAL TRANSIT FIND AND ALT ROUTE THEY HAVE PEOPLE ARE WAITING FOR BUS ON 65TH BETWN SKY PKY AT STKN AND BUS CANNOT GET THROUGH
2:13PM PER L1 1021 CORDS GET AN ETA
1:53PM PER S1 ///NEXT 2 B UNITS 10-8 / TO STOCKTON AT 65TH TO STOP WB 65TH
1:47PM CO RDS IS 97 PER C2C
1:44PM 55B CPZ
1:44PM PER L1 / COME 65TH WW & HE LL BE IN MID RDWY
1:29PM UA,L1 CPZ
1:27PM 1039 CO RDS-ETA 20 MINS
1:20PM EXT CLOSURE
1:20PM PER L1 / 1021 CO RDS / ASC ETA
12:52PM 72 CLOSING NB 65TH AT FLORIN
12:52PM PER 112-73, WILL BE CLOSING RDWY FRM 65TH BETW FLORIN & SKY PKWY BOTH DOT S
12:51PM XFER SAC FD
12:50PM TA ISSUED ON MEDIA LOG
12:46PM S5 CPZ
12:46PM REFERENCE DUPLICATE INCIDENT 0853D0605
12:46PM SAC FIRE LG 684
12:46PM PER SAC FIRE, SMOKE CAUSING EXTREME 1125 // ZERO VISIBILITY
12:42PM PER FIRE NEED CHP FOR 1184 ON EXP FOR MAJ SMOKE ACROSS RDWY
12:34PM XFER TO FIRE
12:30PM 1039 SAC FIRE W/ALL INFO
12:30PM LOST CALLER DURING XFER TO SAC FIRE
12:30PM RP REPORTING BUSINESS IS ON FIRE
RESPONDING OFFICERS STATUS
1:47PM CHP Unit On Scene
2:22PM CHP Unit On Scene
 

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SOUTH SACRAMENTO BUSINESS DESTROYED BY 3-ALARM FIRE​

TRAGEDY AVERTED AS TRUCK CREW BARELY ESCAPES CATOSTROPHIC ROOF COLLAPSE​


At 12:30 this afternoon, fire fighters responded to reports of a commercial structure fire at 6960 65th Street in South Sacramento. Upon Sac Metro Fire Engine 53's arrival, the crew found thick black smoke and heavy flames coming from the front of an 8,000 square foot building housing a business called Nails Depot. A second alarm was immediately requested as fire fighters from Sac Metro Fire, Sac City Fire and Cosumnes Fire converged to battle the blaze. Engine 53's crew deployed a hose line, and made entry into the building in an attempt to extinguish the fire. When Sac City Fire's Truck 10 arrived they were assigned to ladder the roof and cut a ventilation hole in an effort to release some of the heat and smoke to make the interior conditions more tenable for the fire fighters who were inside. The three person crew of Truck 10, a captain and two fire fighters, laddered the roof and began ventilation operations. They sounded the roof and found it to be very solid. During ventilation operations the captain heard a pop and a creaking sound. Due to his training and experience the captain recognized that the integrity of the roof was rapidly deteriorating and he immediately ordered his crew to run for safety. As the roof was collapsing behind them, the three fire fighters dove onto the top of the parapet wall just as the last remaining support beneath them gave way. Fellow fire fighters from E53 and E57 spotted their comrades and quickly extended ladders, helping them down to safety. The crew from Truck 10 remained on scene and continued in the fire fight. Following the roof collapse, the fire fighting operations shifted to a defensive mode, with all personnel pulled out of the building. Multiple master stream devices, including four elevated ladders, flowed 4,000 to 6,000 gallons of water per minute into the structure. The fire fighting operation grew to three alarms involving 9 engines, 6 truck companies, 6 medics and 10 command staff. All told, 77 personnel battled the fire. It took approximately 1 1/2 to 2 hours for the fire to be extinguished. Sac Metro Fire arson investigators are on scene conducting interviews and preparing to sift through the remaining physical evidence. At this point a cause has not been determined and all possibilities, from accidental to arson, are under consideration, .
 
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