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News Release
Roof ventilation
Roof ventilation
Mothers Day fire quickly extinguished. (Photo) - 05/14/24

At approximately 4:49PM on Mother’s Day Lebanon Fire District Responded to the report of a structure fire in the 31000 Block of Berlin Rd. Initial reports stated that the caller heard two loud explosion and could see a large plume of black smoke coming from a structure. An off-duty LFD Lieutenant was the first on the scene and reported light smoke coming from the structure’s eves. The incident commander arrived on scene and assumed command of the fire directing the first arriving engine to make an offensive attack on the fire. Crews were able to make entry into the structure and reported high heat temperatures and  dense smoke conditions. The crews were able to access the roof and cut a hole to allow for smoke and heat to escape from the structure. The fire was then quickly extinguished. Lebanon Fire District responded with 22 personnel. LFD was assisted by Albany Fire department and Sweet Home Fire District to handle the multiple medical calls that occurred during the fire. 

Lebanon Fire District would like to remind everyone to use caution when using space heaters or air conditioners. 

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