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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Center Point House Fire

Center Point Fire & Rescue

Around 2pm on January 13, Center Point Fire & Rescue responded to a house fire in the 7000 block of Arnold Lane, off HWY 79 in Pinson. Upon arrival, crews from Center Point and Palmerdale fought the intense blaze, but there was nothing that could be done to save the residence.

Thank you, Scott, for sharing these amazing pictures!


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8 Comments:

At 2/20/2009 07:00:00 AM , Anonymous Chuck Biddinger said...

Scott... You shot some great photos!

 
At 2/20/2009 07:33:00 AM , Blogger Scott said...

Thanks a lot Chuck, this was the 1st time I had gotten out with the new camera to try it out. I got some really good shots of the train move yesterday that I am going to get to Dave. Thanks again for the kind compliment.

 
At 2/20/2009 04:29:00 PM , Anonymous Kenny said...

Awesome pictures, Scott!
Dave should have uploaded all 60 some pictures that you took that day! lol

 
At 2/27/2009 09:28:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Uhhhh,, didn't look like much of an attempt to put the fire out. Hey guys, you need to actually go inside the house to put the fire out. Or you can stand outside the house and skeet water and watch it burn to the ground..

 
At 2/28/2009 12:23:00 PM , Blogger Scott said...

To Anonymous, you would have had to have been there to know what all took place. This was actually Palmerdale Fire District's call and we provided requested mutual aid to them. There is not a lot you can do when you lay a line to a hydrant that you find out is dry once you try to turn it on. I won't go any further into detail or start blaming responsibility. But I would suggest knowing the facts and circumstances before making yourself look like a fool with comments such as the one you made. Thanks and have a blessed day.

 
At 3/03/2009 07:15:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Palmerdale received a call from B'ham Water Works nine days earlier stating that the hydrant was back in service. Clearly they were wrong. BIG STINK...

 
At 3/08/2009 02:38:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey anonymous if you knew anything about firefighting, first off you wouldnt go into a fully involved structure such as this one, second of all keep your comments to your self and if you werent there shut your mouth

 
At 3/30/2009 09:30:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know i've heard of and seen and hell i've fought fire with a 3" line. Why was that not utilized or would that get our pretty hose dirty?

 

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