Chicago Firefighters Respond to Mattress Warehouse Fire

Chicago firefighters operating at the scene of a 3-11 alarm.


Fire photographer Steve Redick shared some photos from a warehouse fire Saturday night in the city of Chicago.

Redick’s impression was that the fire building was a fire-resistive structure with concrete floors, and the fire involved mattresses and foam padding in a large area of the first floor. Rainfall kept the smoke low and visibility to a minimum.

The attack lasted a few hours and cautious interior assessments were conducted in the later stages using thermal imagers and search ropes, Redick reported. A video from the scene is below.

According to a news report, two firefighters were injured in the 3-11 alarm fire.

More photos can be seen on Steve’s site HERE.


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