Above and below is more video from the three-alarm fire Saturday morning at a market in Darby, Pennsylvania. These clips are from Frank Wesnoski (fwesnosk). At 12:58 in the video above you will see the utility lines start to sway and get a glimpse on the right of the picture of a partial wall collapse in the rear of the market. Moments later there is an evacuation ordered for the exposure building. Here is some of the description with the video:
Crews arrived to find fire showing from the front of a 100 X 200 1 story commercial structure. The building was a market and had 3 full size billboards on the roof. Due to the heavy fire involvement and collapse concerns the attack went defensive and a 2nd alarm was quickly struck. Crews did a trench cut of the roof of the D exposure a cleaners. Houses across the alley on the C side were evacuated. Crews operated multiple elevated master streams, deck guns, portable monitors and hand lines.
Do you want to sell a rig? Click HERE to find out how with SellFireTrucks.com.