The following photos were taken at the 2nd Alarm fire at the Rogers Foam Company located at 20 Vernon Street on Saturday July 28th, 2007. (Photos below by Firefighter Jimmy Powers - SFD)
(Photos below by Senior Fire Alarm Operator Jimmy Swanton - SFD)
(Photos below courtesy of Deputy Chief Dan Turner - Cambridge Fire Dept.)
The following photos were taken at the 2nd Alarm Fire at # 26 Henderson Street on July 9th, 2007. Photos by Senior Fire Alarm Operator Jim Swanton.
Photos below courtesy of Deputy Chief Dan Turner - Cambridge FD
The following photos were taken at the 2 Alarm fire at # 11 Lester Terrace on April 14th, 2007. (Photos below by Capt. Charlie Breen - SFD)
Firefighters extinguish the smoldering remains of a two car garage which was destroyed during the Second Alarm at 11 Lester Terrace on Saturday night, April 14, 2007. Two vehicles inside the garage were also destroyed and flames spread to the attached dwelling.
Firefighters work to extinguish the burning garage and vehicles as heavy smoke pushes from the building. Firefighters were successful in preventing the flames from destroying the attached dwelling.
Lt. Steve Ortolani views damage that heat from the blazing garage caused to Engine Six's pump. Flames bursting out the front of the garage caused damage to the paint, melted several lights and cracked several windows. Lester Terrace is a tightly congested, dead end street.
(Photos below by Ryan Epps - SFD)
(Photos below by Deputy Chief Dan Turner - Cambridge Fire Department)
The following photos were taken at the 3 Alarm fire (Box 335) located at # 121 Temple Street on March 4th, 2007 (Photo below courtesy of WHDH - Channel 7)
(Photos below by Senior Fire Alarm Operator Jim Swanton - SFD)
Deputy Chief Steve Keenan directs a company to knock down the exposure fire next to 121 Temple Street.
Deputy Chief Steve Keenan (left) and Fire Chief Kevin Kelleher (right) direct exterior operations during the 3 Alarm fire.
Firefighter Kenny Layton of Ladder 2 is treated for injuries by a Cataldo EMS worker after he was struck by falling debris at the fire.
(Photos below by Lt. Chris Major - SFD)
(Photos below by Ted Pendergast firstduephotos.com )