December 20, 2022
BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ (OCEAN)–Around 9:40 p.m., Brick Township Police received a 9-1-1 call for a residential structure fire in the first block of Fletcher Street. When Police arrived on scene, they reported a fire from the roofline of a home with an attached garage. When the first due fire chief arrived on scene (2300) a second alarm was called for and reported heavy fire coming from the attached garage and an exposure issue on the B side of the structure. The first due Ladder Truck 2305 set up a supply line on a nearby fire hydrant and started and used a 2.5-inch line to attack the main body fire in the garage a 1 3/4-inch exposure line for the B side was used to protect the exposure. 2471 was behind 2305 and helped them start pumping water & charging the hydrant. All Brick Township fire companies responded to the scene along with Point Pleasant Borough for their Fast Team & Engine to the scene. Once lines were in service the fire was quickly knocked down. The cause of the fire is currently unknown and is under investigation by the Brick Township Police & Brick Township Fire Bureau.
Photos, video, and story by: Ryan Mack, Jersey Shore Fire Response
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