Clinton Avenue [6-1-14]

At 00:11 hours on June 1st the Lakeview Fire Department was dispatched to a reported house fire at 524 Clinton Avenue in the dead end off of Langdon Boulevard. Lakeview Assistant Chief Patrick McNeill [4101] was among the first units on the road and was advised by North Bellmore [650] dispatch that the call sounds like work. When first responders arrived on scene they were met with smoke showing leading to an immediate transmission of the signal ten [working fire]. Lakeview Engine 414 was the first engine company on scene while Lakeview Ladder 411 was the first truck company to arrive on scene. With the transmission of the working fire Rockville Centre was notified for the FAST and was soon on scene with Ladder 449. Members of Rockville Centre Truck Company were soon put to work due to the fire load and overhauling to be done. Hempstead Ladder 2, initially alerted to standby, was redirected to the scene and became the new FAST. During the operation four lines were stretched and operated as members battled fire throughout the two story split level home. The efforts of firefighters were hampered by collier’s mansion conditions in the basement of the home and a partial collapse of the second floor above the main body of fire. Also on the scene of the fire was an engine from Malverne and West Hempstead Ladder 765. Mutual aid was also provided by East Rockaway and Elmont. The cause of the fire remained under investigation by the Nassau County Fire Marshal’s Office. All fire department units were under the command of Lakeview Chief of Department Freddy Senti [4100]. Video from the scene: https://youtu.be/3nmsgosf1J4

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