Man Starts Fire in Vacant House at Council Trail and Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights

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Firefighters quickly extinguish a fire intentionally set in a vacant house on East Council Trail in Arlington Heights.

Arlington Heights police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 11:48 PM Sunday to a report of a vacant house on fire at 121 East Council Trail Arlington Heights, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report from a man that claimed to have started a fire inside a vacant house at Arlington Heights Road and Council Trail.

An Arlington Heights police officer, first on the scene, pulled a man from the house. The alleged trespasser in the vacant house was possibly intoxicated.

Engine 3 firefighters quickly entered the house and pulled a hose line to the second floor and extinguished the fire by 12:02 a.m.

Squad 1’s crew also searched the house for other occupants, and reported the house was clear on the second floor by 12:06 a.m.

One man was transported to Northwest Community Hospital, and was possibly in police custody for intentionally setting a fire inside the house.

FIRE/MEDIC UNITS ASSIGNED …

ENGINE(S): E3 Mount Prospect E12

TRUCK(S): T ?? T ?? TL ??

SQUAD(S): SQD1

RIT: BC ?? T ??

CHIEF(S): BC1

EMS: A3 A ??

CODE 4 AT 11:50 PM

ENGINE(S): E2, Elk Grove Township E11

TRUCK(S): Q7

SQUAD(S):

EMS: A1

CHIEF(S): 102, 101, 100

SPECIAL:

STAGING: Parking lot next door

CHANGE OF QUARTERS: E4

LIVE TRAFFIC MAP of neighborhood to a report of a vacant house on fire at 121 East Council Trail Arlington Heights, Il …




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