Small Fire at Christian Liberty Academy on West Euclid Ave, Arlington Heights — Northeast Corner of Building


Small fire on Walnut Avenue side of Christian Liberty Academy, 502 West Euclid Ave, Arlington Heights.

Arlington Heights police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 8:54 PM Sunday to an Activated Fire Alarm at Christian Liberty Academy, 502 West Euclid Avenue Arlington Heights, Il. The first fire crew was out investigating by 8:57 AM.

Battalion 1 reported smoke showing from the roof in a single-story section on the east side of the school building. Battalion 1 upgraded the fire alarm response to a fire response by 9:03 a.m.

Crews were hooking up to hydrants by 9:04 a.m.

Interior crews asked for a keyholder to help with access to areas of the building by about 9:05 a.m.

Engine 2 crew reported a heavy haze in the northeast corner of the building, and couldn’t find the seat of the fire by 9:07 a.m.

Engine 4 crew reported they have a fire in Room 101 and upgraded to a working fire response.

The fire load in the room appeared to be papers and file boxes in Room C-101. Tower Ladder 1 crew was making their way into the fire area by 9:13 a.m.

Engine 4 crew reported the fire is extinguished with heavy smoke still in the room. The believed the fire was out by 9:16 a.m.

Crews moved to ventilation phase by about 9:17 a.m. Crews were opening windows and began bringing fans from truck companies.

Tower Ladder 1 crew reported no extension, but that they have a lot of smoke north of the fire room by 9:24 a.m. Ventilation continued, and a fire investigator was called to the scene






EMS: A ?? A ??

CODE 3 AT 9:03 AM



CODE 4 AT 02:42 PM

ENGINE(S): E3 Rolling Meadows E15

TRUCK(S): Mount Prospect TL13 replaced by Palatine TL85


RIT: E15? TL85?


CHIEF(S): 100, 101, 102

STAGING: Southeast Parking Lot


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