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Firefighters Respond to House Fire Near Downtown Eugene (Photo) - 06/22/24

Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire responded to a house fire near downtown Eugene Saturday morning.  At 10:53 AM on 6/22/24 ESF responded to a reported window A/C unit on fire at 60 W 17th Ave. A Passerby reported smoke and fire from a window air conditioning unit that was spreading to the interior of the house.  ESF responded with 4 Engines, 1 Truck Company, 2 Battalion Chiefs, and an ALS Ambulance. 

Fire crews performed a primary search of the structure (locating two deceased dogs), extinguished the fire, then performed extensive overhaul. ESF Fire Marshal’s office is investigating the cause. The fire was contained to the building of origin and there were no other injuries reported.

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Firefighter Rescues Woman and Child in The McKenzie River (Photo) - 06/21/24

Springfield, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire was called to a water rescue on the McKenzie River behind Riverbend Hospital.  At 2:23 PM on June 21st, a 11 year old caller called Central Lane 911 reporting they were trapped in the current and screaming for help.  CLCC dispatchers were able to determine where the call was coming from and quickly dispatch ESF crews to the correct location behind the hospital.  One of ESF’s water rescue team members was assigned to Medic 6 for the shift and they were clearing the hospital when the call came in.  Firefighter Corbari immediate donned his water rescue gear and ran to the river with his partner.  The crew was able to quickly locate a 27 year old female tangled up by ropes and branches in a strainer (a deadly collection of trees and branches in the current) and the 11 year old in the boat caught in the strainer.  The 27 year old was not wearing a life vest, but the 11 year old was.  FF Corbari recognized the life threatening situation and jumped in to action risking his own safety to cut the female free and guiding both to safety awaiting ESF water rescue boats to transport everyone to Armitage Landing. Firefighter Corbari is one of our newest water rescue members, completing his specialty training a little over 1 month ago. (Photo credit, Chris Piestch RG) 

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Firefighters Respond to Food Truck Fire (Photo) - 06/21/24

Eugene, OR. Eugene Springfield Fire responded to a food truck fire located at 90330 HWY 99 North in Eugene Friday Morning.  Firefighters were called to the scene at 8:51 AM.  Initially reposted as a small structure fire, ESF responded with 3 engines and truck and chief officer. The fire was contained to the food truck and two bystanders were treated for smoke and extinguisher inhalation.  The cause is under investigation.

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Fire Extinguished Near the Railroad Tracks in West Eugene (Photo) - 06/18/24

Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire responded to a fire at camp site along the railroad tracks in the 2600 block of Rosevelt Blvd.  Fire crews were notified of the fire at 1:16 PM on June 18th and Engine 7 from the Bethel station arrived 4 minutes later.  Some personal belongings were destroyed in the fire, but there were no injuries and the fire is under investigation. 

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Fire Crews Reaoond to Car Fire West of Eugene (Photo) - 06/14/24

Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire responded with one engine and one water tender, responded to a vehicle fire at Fisher Butte Wildlife viewing area West of Eugene Friday afternoon.  Firefighters were called at 12:15 PM on June 14th and arrived to find the vehicle fully involved.  The vehicle was extinguished without extending to the vegetation.  There were no injuries.  

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Firefighters Respond to Fire in Downtown Springfield (Photo) - 06/13/24

Springfield, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire is on scene of a commercial fire at Planktown Brewing at 346 Main St in Downtown Springfield.  Crews were called at 8:02 AM on Thursday June 13th to a reported fire behind the range.  Engine 4 from 5th and Centennial arrived 4-1/2 minutes after the call to find fire burning behind a range.  Crews extinguished the fire are are overhauling the area to prevent further extension to the building.  Thanks to early notification and a quick response, the fire was kept small and declared under control in 19 minutes saving a historic downtown building.  The cause is under investigation. 

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Fire Crews Respond to Eugene Apartment Fire (Photo) - 06/11/24

Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire is on scene of an apartment fire at Willamette Gardens 3540 Kinsrow Ave in East Eugene.  Firefighters were called to reports of fire on the 4th floor of a 4 story apartment building at 3:10 PM on Tuesday June 11th.  Arriving crews found fire on a 4th floor balcony in apartment 406.  A search of the involved apartment found no victims and the fire was contained to the exterior of the balcony area.  The fire is under investigation.

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Crews Respond to Eugene Gas Leak and Two Significant Crashes (Photo) - 06/11/24

Eugene, OR. At 7:44 AM on June 11th, Eugene Springfield Fire responded to a reported smell of natural gas at 1777 Coburg Rd. Ladder 6 from the Sheldon station arrived to find a faint odor of gas. ESF hazmat Engine 9 also arrived to assist with investigation and monitoring. With Northwest natural gas assisting. Crews located a restaurant adjacent to the initial complaint made access and found a small gas leak due to a malfunctioning pilot. The situation has been mitigated and there are no injuries reported. ESF resources were stretched thin due to the gas leak, a multiple vehicle crash on Hwy 126 near Fischer Rd and an additional accident in the median of Interstate 5 over the Willamette. 1 patient was transported non emergent from Hwy 126 and one patient was transported emergent from I5.  

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Firefighters Respond to Industrial Fire in West Eugene (Photo) - 06/10/24

Eugene, OR. At just after 10:30 AM on June 10th, Eugene Springfield Fire was called to a mill in at 2125 Cross St in West Eugene after workers at Architectural Millwork noticed smoke coming from a hopper filled with sawdust. Generally this means the hopper needs to be evacuated to extinguish the embers, which requires opening the hopper causing a small dust explosion. Crews from Whitaker and West Eugene stations arrived 4 minutes after the call, developed a plan, positioned hose lines to protect exposures, wore protective equipment and breathing apparatus while the hopper was emptied. The fire was extinguished, no injuries were reported, and ESF fire Marshals are on scene to investigate.

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Firefighters Respond to Structure Fire SW of Eugene (Photo) - 06/08/24

Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire (ESF) responded to an automatic aid structure fire in the rural area protected by Lane Fire Authority (LFA) South/West of Eugene Saturday morning.  Crews were notified at 6:54 AM on June 8th with reports of a fire in a 2nd floor apartment attached to a shop. Engine 15 from the South Hills station was able to initiate interior attack on the fire successfully preventing extension beyond the apartment.  Crews from ESF and LFA worked together overhaul and ventilate the fire area and providing water in the non-hydrated area.  Automatic aid agreements help ensure the effective fire response in border areas between jurisdictions.

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Firefighters Respond to Springfield House Fire (Photo) - 06/05/24

Springfield, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire responded to a house fire at 922 Centennial Blvd in Springfield Wednesday morning.  Firefighters were alerted to smoke from the house, possible the kitchen area at 11:39 AM on June 5th.  The first Firefighters arrived 3 minutes later from Station 4 on 5th St and found smoke and flames above the roof line.  Crews made an interior fire attack while searching the residence for victims.  The truck company needed to open the roof to release hot gasses and smoke so interior crews could complete their work.  The fire was located in a back corner of the home and extended to the attic.  There were no reported injuries, one person has been displaced and the cause is under investigation.

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Firefighters Respond to Early Morning Fire in West Eugene Fire (Photo) - 06/05/24

Eugene, OR. Eugene Springfield Fire responded to a structure fire at ABC Roofing located at 6th Ave and Powers St in West Eugene early Wednesday morning.  Firefighters were notified of the fire at 1:57 AM on June 5th.  When crews arrived they found a large stack of pallets burning which had extended to the building.  Damage to the interior was limited to a small amount of fire with the rest being smoke and water related.  The cause is under investigation. 

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Dumpster Fire Spreads to Building in West Eugene (Photo) - 06/04/24

Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire responded to a structure fire at 1060 W 11th Ave in Eugene Tuesday morning.  At 3:04 AM on June 4th, Engine 2 from the Whitaker station was alerted to a dumpster fire.  Neighbors called in reporting the fire and while E2 was responding, callers informed dispatchers that the building was catching on fire.  E2 requested a full first alarm for a structure fire arriving to find a dumpster burning and an attic fire in the adjacent building. Crews entered the large storage building  to search for occupants and extinguish the fire.  There were no injuries reported and the cause is under investigation.  EPD supported the operation with traffic and crowd control and EWEB isolated power for firefighter safety. 

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Firefighters Respond to Fire at Chase Bank (Photo) - 06/02/24

Eugene, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire responded to the downtown Chase Bank branch at 11th and Willamette on a vault fire. Callers described flames from a below grade vault next to the bank building. Firefighters arrived to fine an alarm sounding and smoke from a vault area.  After assessing for power concerns, downtown fire crews from Station 1 extinguished the fire and made access to the vault to ensure there was no fire extension into the air handling system. Fire Marshals are on scene to investigate the cause.

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Firefighters Respond to Fire Near J.H. Baxter in West Eugene (Photo) - 06/02/24

Eugene, OR.  At just after 4:00 a.m. on June 2nd, Central Lane Communications received a call for smoke and flames in the area of JH Baxter and the railroad tracks. EPD responded was able to access from Seneca Rd.  Officers found a homeless encampment with a large fire from a debris and rubbish pile just south of the tracks. Due to the difficult access, ESF responded with one fire engine, a brush engine and a battalion chief. Crews deployed hundreds of feet of hose down the tracks to access and extinguish the fire. Fire and EMS response to incidents along the railroad tracks are time and resource intensive due to access and safety issues. Thanks to EPD for their quick response, identifying the main access point, and staying on scene for safety.

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Fire Crews Respond to Commercial Fire in Springfield (Photo) - 05/30/24

Springfield, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire crews are on scene of a commercial structure fire at 4660 Main St in East Springfield.  Engine 14 was notified of a fire alarm at 7:47 PM on Thursday May 30th.  Arriving in under 4 minutes, Engine 14 found an alarm sounding with smoke from a roll up door.  The crew called for a full commercial alarm assignment bringing 3 additional engines, 2 trucks, 2 BCs and an ambulance.  Fire crews made entry in to the building confronted by heavy smoke from a fire within a machine shop.  Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the fire which was held in check by the sprinkler system.  Crews are working to clear smoke and overhaul the fire. There were no injuries and the fire is under investigation.