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Chief 46-30 (Lacher) responded at dispatch and requested the full first alarm be dispatched.
Chief 46-20 (Tucker) and Chief 46 (Fillhart) responded with Chief 46-20 arriving on scene with nothing showing. Chief 46 arrived and established Roulette Command. Upon investigation it was found that the insulation in the wall was smoldering and causing a significant smoke condition.
Engine 46-2 with 5 (OIC-Chief 46-30), and Rescue 46-8 (OIC- Lt 46-81 Pelchy) responded shortly after dispatch and arrived splitting crews with engine crew stretching a line and the rescue crew assisting Chief 46-20 and Chief 46-30 with opening the wall to expose the smoldering insulation.
Engine 46-1(OIC-Chief 46-70 Reilly), Tanker 46-5 (OIC-FF J.Fessenden), Ambulance 46-6 (OIC-Chief 46-60 D.Kent) Coudersport Engine 48-2 with 5 and Coudersport Tanker 48-5 with 2 assisted on scene.
Engine 48-2's crew assisted with interior operations with overhaul while Tanker 48-5 was released to Standby at Department 46.
The fire was declared under control around 2:10 am with some overhaul taking place.
Crews were on scene 1 hour before being released.
Assisted on scene by
Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department
***Photos courtesy of Dawn Kent***