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July 11 , 2004
Wilmington fire
courtesy of T.J. Healy II
 
On Sunday,  Wilmington Fire Department Units were dispatched at 0502 hours for a building fire at 242 Lombard Street, Wilmingto, DE.

Upon his arrival Battalion Chief Huelsenbeck and the first due companies found heavy fire and smoke emitting from the first floor front. 

The fire was knocked down and contained in approximately fifty (50) minutes. The fire building is described as a two story brick with a store on the 1st floor and apartments on the 2nd floor. The building suffered fire and smoke damage to the store, with smoke and fire extension to the second floor and roof area. 

Twenty-seven (27) Wilmington firefighters, three (3) engine companies, one (1) ladder company, rescue company and the RIT team brought the fire under control at 0555 hours.

There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters.
 
The Wilmington Fire Department Fire Marshall’s Office is investigating the fire.  


 
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