On 8/2/2022, the Manchester (NH) Fire Department was dispatched for a reported fire on Beech Street, just a few blocks from the central fire station. Truck 1 was first-due and reported a fire in the rear of a mutli-story, OMD, with power lines down and fire running up the exterior siding. A second alarm was ordered soon thereafter and a third alarm was also struck, bringing all but one company in the city to the scene. Companies made a trench cut in an attempt to keep the fire from spreading further in the cockloft. About 25 minutes into the fire, crews were evacuated from the building and a defensive attack was made. Multiple handlines and four ladder pipes operated at the scene. Due to the size of the response, mutual aid from around the area covered Manchester stations until mid-afternoon when the fire was under control. The temperature at the time of this fire was just over 90 degrees.
Manchester, CT had a 2-alarm at 01:44 hours on 6/9/21 at 140 Campfield St. There was a mayday as two members went through the floor from #2 to #1. Both transported with minor injuries. First-due got it as smoke in the area but before they left quarters it was upgraded to a structure fire. Patrick Dooley
Manchester, CT had this 2-alarm fire in the attached pool house at 396 Bush Hill Rd on 4/19/21 at 15:28. Members were able to keep the fire from spreading to the main house. This is a non-hydrant area and mutual aid tankers assisted at the scene. Patrick Dooley
Manchester, CT had this 2nd alarm at 59 Birch St on 11/12/20 at 16:43. Companies arrived to heavy fire from 2 floors. One member fell through the floor which prompted companies to be removed from the building.