Wake Forest Fire Department Fire Photos – Limb Falls, House Burns

Here are the latest photos of emergency calls the Wake Forest Fire Department responded to. In case you are not aware, we post the dispatch calls for the WFFD on our Facebook page and you can listen to the Wake Forest News Police and Fire Scanner Channel online.

July 24, 2015

When units arrived on scene to this house on Moresham Way Friday night, flames had completely engulfed the structure and made it unsafe to make entry. Units set up for defensive operations by deploying multiple attack lines and attacking the fire from the exterior. Because there are no hydrants in this neighborhood, a rural water supply operation was used with portable drop tanks and a Tanker Strike Team. The family who lived at the home were away at church at the time of the blaze. The fire is being investigated by the Wake County Fire Services Department and the Wake Forest Fire Department. Units on scene included: Wake Forest Engines 5, 4, 1, 2 (at water point), Ladder 1, and tankers from Stony Hill, Durham Highway, and Bay Leaf.




July 26, 2015

Part of a tree came crashing down on St. Catherine’s Drive and blocked the entire street. Engine #4 responded to the tree down and cut it up to reopen the street. No property was damaged when the tree limb fell.


August 7, 2015

A large tree limb fell across W. Sycamore Ave Friday snapping several power poles in the process. The road was completely blocked by the tree and power lines. A few cars were also damaged. Engine #1 blocked the street while town crews worked to remove the tree and power lines.


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