Portsmouth Va, Fire Department Structure fire

Portsmouth Va, Fire Department Structure fire



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Engine 2, Engine 1, Rescue 1, Ladder 1, an Battalion 1 were dispatched to Norfolk Naval Shipyard to assist the Navy regional Fire Department with a structure fire. B1 arrived and upgraded it to a working fire bringing Engine 11, Battalion 2, Medic 1, and EMS 2. L1 set up and assisted Tower 21 with defensive attack. Crew from Navy regional made entry and one FF started to having shortness of breath. L1 quickly assisted in getting the FF out, and the FF was transported. Crews were on scene for several hours continuing to mop up. Navy units on scene were Engine 21, Engine 22, Engine 23, Engine 11, Tower 21, Squad 22, Rescue 25, and Battalion 21.

2 thoughts on “Portsmouth Va, Fire Department Structure fire”

  1. Recently heard at NNSY that this fire was started by an electrical problem. Probably the kind of thing that happens in a lot of old structures built in the days before electricity and fire codes.

  2. I work at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY). This fire was in Quarters A, the traditional on-base home of the commanding officer, built in 1837. It is on the National Register of Historic Places, and was being restored when the fire broke out; needless to say, the fire undid the restoration and added more damage. We at NNSY haven't yet heard what started the fire, or when or if the damage will be repaired. Big thanks to Portsmouth FD for coming out to help.

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