Fire strikes Santa Clara home
On Sunday, June 18, 2006, at 1:01 pm, fire struck a single family dwelling in Santa Clara, California.
After receiving multiple calls reporting heavy smoke and flames from a home at 1402 Alpine Avenue, units of the Santa Clara Fire Department arrived to find fire blowing from the B-side of the structure and extending to a detached garage.
Shortly after the initial fire attack was launched a second alarm was called by the Incident Commander, Battalion Chief Bill Kelly.
Firefighters were able to keep the flames from consuming the entire structure, but the garage, at least one vehicle, and an adjacent storage building were a complete loss. Do you work for a fire department? Would you like to have photographs that you have seen on this website? Before choosing to purchase my photos, please email me directly at [email protected] and let me know what you are interested in.It has always been my policy to provide my photography, both prints and photo downloads, at no charge to the men and women that serve our communities.Thanks for viewing my images, thanks for all you do. I look forward to hearing from you!