Firefighters battled major fire conditions following a hearth broke out in an automotive fix facility in Algonquin Tuesday night, authorities claimed.
The Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Fireplace Safety District responded all-around 7:29 p.m. Tuesday to 1045 West Algonquin Street in unincorporated Algonquin for a report of a framework hearth.
Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Fire Protection District Deputy Main John Knebl mentioned firefighters arrived in two minutes.
They encountered hefty fireplace circumstances from a multi-unit automotive repair service facility.
The incident was swiftly elevated via the Mutual Support Box Alarm Process (MABAS) to a box alarm response.
The upgrade introduced about a dozen area hearth departments to help with extinguishing the blaze, Knebl claimed.
Crews built an “aggressive interior attack” and the fire was brought in about 15 minutes. The hearth was declared out at 8:33 p.m.
There had been no civilian or firefighter accidents claimed. A hurt estimate was not offered.
The trigger of the hearth is undetermined and is nevertheless underneath investigation, Knebl reported.
The fireplace is getting investigated by Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Fireplace District investigators and the McHenry County Sheriff’s Business.
Firefighters from the Cary, Fox River Grove, Huntley, Crystal Lake, Rutland-Dundee, Elgin, West Dundee, Barrington-Countryside, Barrington, McHenry, Woodstock, Nunda-Rural, Pingree Grove hearth departments assisted.
The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office, Algonquin Police Office and the Salvation Military also responded to the scene.