Lisle-Woodridge Fire District Firefighters Stop House Fire in Unincorporated Naperville in Severe Cold Weather

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House fire on Radcliff Road near Summit Drive in unincorporated Naperville (PHOTO CREDIT: Lisle-Woodridge Fire District)
House fire on Radcliff Road near Summit Drive in unincorporated Naperville (PHOTO CREDIT: Lisle-Woodridge Fire District).

Lisle-Woodridge Fire District firefighters responded about 4:57 a.m. Saturday, February 5, 2022 to a report of a house fire on Radcliffe Road near Summit Drive in unincorporated Naperville. A structure fire response was immediately dispatched, sending four engines, two trucks, two medical units, and a command team to the scene. There are no fire hydrants in this neighborhood, so water tenders (tankers) were also dispatched to the scene.




Upon arrival fire crews initiated an aggressive interior fire attack, quickly placing a fire attack hose line into service. Early into suppression activities the first floor partially collapsed into the crawlspace, and fire companies backed out of the building. All occupants escaped the building without injury.

House fire on Radcliff Road near Summit Drive in unincorporated Naperville (PHOTO CREDIT: Lisle-Woodridge Fire District)
House fire on Radcliff Road near Summit Drive in unincorporated Naperville (PHOTO CREDIT: Lisle-Woodridge Fire District).

Limited water supply, and severe winter weather contributed to the difficulty in extinguishment of the fire, which was in the void spaces of the home. Additional companies were requested to the scene.

NWS Midway International Airport

4:53 AM Saturday, February 5, 2022
Air 8°F, Wind WNW 6 MPH, Wind Chill 0°F

5:53 AM Saturday, February 5, 2022
Air 7°F, Wind W 5 MPH, Wind Chill 2°F

6:53 AM Saturday, February 5, 2022
Air 7°F, Wind 7 MPH, Wind Chill -4°F

There were no civilian injuries, according to Lisle-Woodridge Fire District. One firefighter suffered a non-life-threatening injury and was transported to the hospital for further evaluation.

The fire remains under investigation with the assistance of the DuPage County fire task force. Initially no information regarding a possible cause was available.

Lisle-Woodridge Fire District firefighters were assisted by firefighters from Naperville, Wheaton, Downers Grove, Warrenville, Lombard, York Center Fire Protection District, Westmont, and Lemont. The Pleasantview Fire Protection District canteen also responded to the scene.




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