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News Release
Firefighters Extinguishing Hotspots
Firefighters Extinguishing Hotspots
Lebanon Firefighters Respond to Blaze (Photo) - 02/02/23

Lebanon Firefighters responded to a fire located in a mechanics shop on Airway Road Wednesday evening. Reports from initial dispatch was that there were three occupants inside the building when it caught fire. The Battalion Chief arrived to find a 40x60 steel building with heavy black smoke from the eves. The IC contacted a female resident in the driveway and was told there was only a single occupant in the building attempting to extinguish the fire. The IC made contact and had the occupant evacuate the building so arriving firefighters could continue extinguishment. Firefighters quickly deployed hose lines and began looking for the fire using a thermal imaging camera. Firefighters found multiple hotspots using the TIC and removed insulation in the roof area and walls extinguishing the fire. The IC radioed the fire under control and firefighters began the salvage and overhaul mode of operations. Firefighters were on scene approximately an hour before turning the building back over to the occupants. No injuries were reported, and the cause is still under investigation.

The Lebanon Fire District was assisted at the scene by Lebanon Police Department and CPI, while Albany Fire Department helped cover additional 911 calls for the citizens of Lebanon.

Lebanon Firefighters would like to remind its citizens not to attempt extinguishing a out of control fire, but to call 911 quickly. 

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