St. 221, 222, & 225 were alerted for a PIC w/ Ejection at the Longue Vue CC while units were already operating a Dwelling Fire. Initial info was a male was ejected from a golf cart swerving to miss a deer. 222 CHF had 223 added to the assignment, and Robina Command released 137 RIT from the fire to respond as well. While units were responding PD arrived on scene reporting no fire services needed.
St. 221, 225, 222, 227TK, & 137RIT alerted for a reported dwelling fire. Caller reporting an electrical fire with smoke and fire showing. 221 WAG arrived on scene with smoke showing, establishing Robina Command. 221 CHF arrived on scene assuming Command, along with 221 QRS. WAG & QRS crew entered structure with Tools, Can & TIC to locate the fire. Crews located a room & contents fire on 1st floor in the C/D corner of the house. 221 WAG established a water supply at the hydrant a few doors up. 222 EN crew pulled 1.75 attack line to front door and stood by. Crews knocked the fire with can while 225 EN vented the room. 227 TK arrived laddering the building and setting up for vent. 227 CHF assumed Interior OPS and crews began opening up to check for extension. 137 RIT arrived and set on side A, RIT Command (137 CHF) did a 360 survey and reported bars on all windows and smoke still showing from eaves. Interior Crews were advised of the findings and Command was waiting for the update on extension to start prying the bars. Interior Ops reported no extension from the fire room and they were mopping up with water cans. Utilities were controlled at the fuse box and gas meter. Command requested Peoples Gas & DLCO to scene. 516FM1 was also notified to respond. 137 RIT was released to handle a crash w/ ejection also in the 221 local along with 222 & 223. Overhaul & Ventilation were complete. Units began going back in service as they picked up. Serve Pro was notified for board up service to a window in the fire room. 516FM1 was on scene and Command held 221 WAG to assist with investigation. Home was turned over to the homeowner and all 221 units returned in service. PHPD & EMS were also on scene.