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CAL Fire Chandler Structure Fire

Photo Credit: CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Department Battalion Chief Geoffrey Pemberton

A photo by CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Department.

Incident Name: ChandlerType of Incident: Structure Fire
Incident Address: 14900 Block Chandler StreetIncident Number: CA-RRU-100804
Community: EastvaleDate Reported: 10/4/2013
Time Reported: 11:08 PM
Fatalities: 0  Major: 0  Moderate: 0  Minor: 0  Non Injury: 0
Transported Ground Ambulances: 0Est. Containment Time:
Air Ambulance: 0Est. Control Time:
Loss: $0.00
Saved: $0.00Evacuations: No
Cause:Evacuation Comments:

Resources Assigned

Firefighters: 55Helicopters: 0Utilities: Yes
Engine Companies: 15Air Tankers: 0Air Attack: No
Truck Companies: 1Fire Crews: 0OES: No
Overhead Personnel: 4Water Tenders: 2American Red Cross: No
Fire Investigator: YesBulldozers: 0Displaced Persons: No
RVC Medics: 0Ambulance Air: 0  Ground: 0
Specialized Equipment: None,


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