Anne Arundel Alarmers

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JANUARY  //  FEBRUARY    2019

1-5    0300 Hrs    Box 21-1    Special Call                        CW-1 responded early Saturday morning for a Dwelling Fire just up the street from Station 21.  Safety-5 reported fire showing on arrival, from a vacant house that sat back off the road.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 2 hours, and served 2 pots of coffee, some snacks, and a case of gatorade. 

1-5    1900 Hrs    Box 8-1    2nd Alarm                             ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded Saturday evening for a reported building fire on Bay Ridge Road at the Giant Food store in Hillsmere.  First due E-8 reported smoke drifting across Bay Ridge Road.  Medic-8 then reported fire showing from a two story -vacant  house across Bay Ridge Rd.  BC-35 asked for the 2nd Alarm.  The Alarmers were on scene for for 2 hours, and served some snacks, and case of water, and a case of gatorade.

1-16    1010 Hrs    Box 12-9     Working Fire Dispatch       CW-1 was released from the above call, and placed on this Dwelling fire at 23 Severndale Rd in Duffield.    First due E-12 reported fire showing from a 2 -story house.  The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and served a pot of coffee, and a case of gatorade.  

1-31    0025 Hrs    Box 34-13    Working Fire Dispatch       CW-2 responded early Thursday morning for a dwelling fire at 415 Wellham Ave in Ferndale.   First due E-34 reported heavy smoke all sides of a single story house.   As companies entered the house, they discovered a basement fire.  They were able to remove 2 adults and a child from the basement.  Another child and two adults were able to escape the house before arrival of units.  It was the 2nd night of bitter cold temperatures.  The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served 4 pots of coffee, a box of hot chocolate, some snacks, and 16 egg&sausage sandwiches.


2-14     1042 Hrs    Box 29-3    Working Fire Dispatch                       CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded late Thursday night for a dwelling fire on Fields Road in Jessup.  First due E-29 reported fire showing from an attic dormer, on a large  2 1/2 story house.   (L) Firefighters stage in the front yard after fire is under control.  (R) The Alarmers assist in the rehab area with Medic 21.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served some snacks, a case of water, and a case of gatorade.


2-16    1305 Hrs    Box 31-4    Special Call                    ReHab-1 responded early Saturday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 12 Walton Ave in Brooklyn.  First due E-31 reported fire showing from a 1 1/2 story house.  Companies made a good stop on the fire, but the house was severely damaged.  (Above) fire is under control, and E-31 with multiple hand lines off.   (Below)  Alarmers set up in the rehab area with Medic 31, and E-32 on the hydrant.  The alarmerers were onscene for over 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and a some snacks.


March  //  April  // MAY   2019

3-8    1330 Hrs    Box 4-15    Working Fire Dispatch               ReHab-1 responded Friday afternoon for a dwelling fire at 7992 Quarterfield Rd., in Severn.  On arrival E-26 reported fire showing from the rear of a large one-story rancher.  They attempted an initial attack, and found heavy fire in a rear kitchen area.  The alarmers were on scene for almost 3 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade.  Light snow was falling at the time.  (I) heavy damage to rear of the house  (R) The alarmers worked in the ReHab area on T-26 and with Medic 28.


3-9    1708 Hrs    Box 31-7    Special Call                REHab-1 and CW-2 responded late Saturday evening for a vacant dwelling fire at 4106 Ritchie Hwy, in Brooklyn.  First due E-31 reported a 1 1/2 story frame dwelling, with heavy smoke from the attic and roof.  After a quick interior attack, the fire was under control, but with extensive overhaul.  The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and served some snacks, a case of water, and 2 cases of Gatorade.                 (Above) units operate from an attic dormer, and  the Alarmers work in the rehab area with PM-32.


3-12     1949 Hrs     Box 23-18     2nd Alarm                   ReHab-1 and CW-2 responded late Tuesday evening to this townhouse fire on Martingale Lane in Moorings on the Magothy.   Shortly after 1900, Fire Alarm began receiving multiple calls reporting fire through the roof of a 2 story building.  Quint 23 reported heavy fire showing, and attempted an initial attack.  They quickly requested the 2nd Alarm.   The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served 2 cases of Gatorade, a case of water, and some snacks.


3-23    0830 Hrs     Box 18-9      Special Call                CW-1 responded Wednesday and Thursday to again assist County Police, and dive units from stations 8 and 23,  to search an area of Marley Creek off of Furnace Ave.   The Alarmers served over 100 people during each of these days.  On Wednesday, we served a pot of coffee,  41 BBQ sandwiches,   39 hamburgers,  16 hotdogs, 2 cases of chips, 2 cases of snack, 3 cases of water, and a case of Gatorade.


3-26    0221 Hrs    Box 42-13     2nd Alarm                          CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded early Tuesday morning to this dwelling fire on Bob White Ct in Tall Oaks.  First due E-42 reported heavy smoke from a large 2 1/2 story single family dwelling.  Long hose lays were needed between the dump site and the driveway.   The Alarmers were on scene for 4 hours, and served 5 pots of coffee, 44 egg&sausage sandwiches, a case of snacks, 3 cases of Gatorade, and 2 cases of water.   (L) This is what it looked like early in the operation.  (R)  The Alarmers in the ReHab area with PM-9.


4-15    0918 Hrs    Box 26-17    Special Call                         CW-2 and CW-3 responded Monday morning to assist County Police at 179 Virginia Lane in the Colonial Square Apartments.  Police received a 911 call just after 7 am reporting a shooting and a barricaded suspect.  After a 9 hour standoff, Police arrested the suspect just after 5 pm without incident.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 9 hours, and served 10 pots of coffee, 40 egg&sausage sandwiches, 72 hot dogs, a case of chips, 4 cases of water, and 4 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.


5-2    1942 Hrs    Box 18--3    Working Fire Dispatch             CW-2 and ReHab-1 responded Thursday evening for a Dwelling Fire at 110 Ralph Road, in Glenwood.  First due E-18 reported fire showing, disabled person trapped.  Companies were able to pull the man to safety through heavy smoke.  The Alarmers were on scene for an hour and a half, and served a case of water, a case of Gatorade, and some snacks.


5-4    1315 Hrs    Mutual Aid to Queen Anne County              CW-1 and CW-3 responded Saturday afternoon for a helicopter crash in the Chesapeake Bay, south of Bloody Point, off of Kent Island.  The helicopter took off from from Tipton Air field on Ft Meade., and crashed a few minutes later.  Natural Resources Police and Coast Guard units were assisted by dive units from Anne Arundel, Talbot and Howard Counties, and Annapolis.  The Alarmers were on scene for 5 hours, and served 176 hot dogs, 2 cases of chips, 3 cases of water, 4 cases of Gatorade, and some snacks.


5-24    1530 Hrs    Box 31-22    Working Fire Dispatch               ReHab-1 responded Friday afternoon for this Dwelling Fire on Mt Vernon Lane in Heritage Hills.  First due E-31 reported heavy fire from the 2nd floor.  BC-1 asked for the working fire dispatch moments later.  The Alarmers were on scene for almost 2 hours, and served 2 cases of Gatorade and a case of water.



JUNE  //  JULY  2019

6-4     1527 Hrs     Box 10-13       Working Fire Dispatch   CW-2 and ReHab -1 responded Tuesday afternoon for a dwelling fire on June Way in Riviera Isle.     First arriving E-13 reported a large 2 story house, with heavy fire from the front porch, extending into the attic and an attached garage.  Initial attack was with the deck pipe from E-13.  The Alarmers worked with PM-10 in the rehab area serving cold drinks.  Alarmers units were on scene for 2 hours, and served 3 cases of water, 3 cases of Gatorade, 32 hot dogs, and some snacks.


6-15    1045 Hrs    Box 26-25    Working Fire Dispatch                   REHab-1 responded Saturday morning for a 

Dwelling Fire on Belmawr Place in Sussex Square.  First due E-21 reported smoke showing on arrival, but as companies entered they found heavy fire in the rear.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a cases of water, and a case of Gatorade.


7-1    1530 Hrs    Box 23-20    Special Call                 ReHab-1 responded Monday afternoon to assist crews at a gas leak on the Campus of the AA County Community College.  A construction crew struck a 6" low pressure gas main    at a construction site.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of Gatorade, 2 cases of water, and some snacks.


7-5    0211 Hrs    Box 31-11    Working Fire Dispatch                     ReHab-1 responded early Friday morning to assist companies at a Rowhouse fire at 442  5th Ave in Brooklyn.  First due T-31 reported smoke showing from the front.  As companies open up, they found a working basement fire.  The Alarmers were on scene for about an hour, and served a case of water and a case of Gatorade, and some snacks.


7-5    2128 Hrs    Box 5-33     Working Fire Dispatch                           CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded Friday night for a dwelling fire at 2410 Killarney Terrace, in Francis Station.  First arriving E-28 reported heavy fire in the attic of a 3 story end of the group townhouse, and heavy smoke in the exposure D attic.  It was a very hot & humid night, the heat index had been over 100 degrees all day.  Alarmers crews worked with Medic 6 in the ReHab area.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 5 cases of water, 5 cases of gatorade, and some snacks. 

7-7    1738 Hrs    Box 6-15    Technical Rescue                          ReHab-1 responded Sunday afternoon to assist Special Operations Companies, along with E-6, E-5, Medic 6, and Medic 9, at the Bacon Ridge Nature Area, off of Hawkins Road, in Crownsville.  An injured hiker called 911, and reported an ankle injury, but he was over a mile into the area, and could not make it out on his own.  Companies had to walk into the nature area, over narrow trails and steep ravines, to evacuate the patient.  After almost 2 hours, the hiker was brought out to the main road.  ReHab-1 crew assisted firefighters with cooling towels and drinks before they left the scene.  The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served a case of water, 2 cases of Gatorade, and some snacks.


7-9     1300 Hrs    Box 10-5    Working Fire Dispatch                        Rehab-1 responded early Tuesday afternoon to this Dwelling Fire on Riverside Rd in Magothy Beach.  Units arrived to find fire showing and did an aggressive interior attack, and had the fire knocked quickly in excessive heat & humidity.  ReHab-1 crew was able to set up under a small car port, and use our cooling equipment.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 4 cases of water, 2 cases of Gatorade, and some snacks.


7-12    2244 Hrs    Box 46-2    2nd Alarm                                Late Friday night, CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded to fire at Rickover Hall on the US Naval Academy.  The building was under renovation, and was unoccupied.  Units from the Naval Academy Fire Department responded to a fire alarm sounding, and on arrival found fire visible from the roof.  They called for a full box assignment from the County, and shortly later a 2nd alarm was sounded.  Fire began in a 3rd floor room, extended to the room above, and into the roof.  The building had a built-up roof with several layers of material, and made a very difficult job for firefighters.  Friday night was very hot and humid adding to the difficulties.  Incident commanders needed additional manpower to rotate crews into the fire area.  The Alarmers were on scene for 4 hours, and served 4 cases of Gatorade, 5 cases of water, 24 hot dogs, some snacks, and provided cooling towels.

7-13    0440 Hrs    Box 6-4    2nd Alarm+                    Early Saturday morning, the Alarmers barely had time to cleanup after the first fire, when ReHab-1 was requested for a dwelling fire in Arden on the Severn.  This fire required 3 engines and a tanker task force above the 2nd alarm.  On arrival, E-6 reported 1 house fully involved, with houses on each side severely exposed.  Again, the heat and humidity meant crews had to be rotated into the fire area.   The Alarmers were on scene for over 4 hours, and served 4 cases of Gatorade, 3 cases of water, some snacks, and provided cooling towels.


7-15    0920 Hrs    Box 26-13    Special Call                        ReHab-1 responded Monday morning for a dwelling fire at 424 Hardmoore Ct in Elvaton Towne.  First arriving E-26 reported a 2 story middle of the group town house, smoke showing from the rear.  As companies opened up they found a basement fire.  The Alarmers were on scene for just over an hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.



7-20    1424 Hrs    Box 12-31    2nd Alarm          CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded Saturday afternoon to this building fire,  at the Park Deli, at 569 Benfield Blvd., in Severna Park.  On arrrival, first due E-12 reported fire through the roof.   Saturday was another very hot and humid day in this July heat wave, the heat broadcast went out at 7:00 am this morning.  We provided cooling towels and misting fans for firefighters in rehab.  Incident commanders needed additional manpower to rotate crews into the fire area. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 1/2 hours, 2 cases of water, 3 cases of gatorade, and some snacks.

7-23    0517 Hrs   Box 20-6    Working Fire Dispatch                CW-2 and ReHab-1 responded early Monday morning for a Dwelling Fire on Loblolly Lane in Lake Shore.   E-10 reported heavy smoke from the attic on arrival, from a fire that may have started on the front porch.  The Alarmers were on scene for 1 1/2 hours, and served 24 egg&sausage sandwiches, a case of water, and a case of Gatorade. 

7-25    2135 Hrs    Box 9-8    2nd Alarm                         This was the beginning of a busy couple of days for the Alarmers.  Thursday night CW-2 and ReHab-1 responded for this Dwelling Fire at 5512 Grennock Rd in Lothian.  First due E-9 reported a large 2 ½ story dwelling with heavy fire showing from the 2nd floor and attic.  This is a non-hydrant area, command requested a tanker task force above the 2nd alarm.  Companies started an interior attack, but were pulled out due to the volume of fire.  The Alarmers worked with PM-3 in the rehab area, making sure firefighters remained hydrated.  We were on scene for about 4 hours, and served 3 cases of water, 5 cases of gatorade, and some snacks. 

7-26    1110 Hrs    Box 9-8    Special Call                        CW-2 and ReHab-1 responded back to the Greenock Rd fire scene again on Friday morning to assist FIB and ATF agents investigating the previous night's fire. The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and served a case of water, a case of gatorde, and some snacks. 
7-26    1910 Hrs    Box 2-9    Working Fire Dispatch              ReHab-1 responded Friday evening to a Dwelling Fire at 570 Central Ave E in Edgewater.  First due E-2 reported smoke showing from a single story rancher. Command requested 4 engines above the working fire dispatch, in order to rotate crews into the fire area The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks. 



AUGUST  //  SEPTEMBER  2019

8-4    2000 Hrs    Box 26-11    Working Fire Dispatch          ReHab-1 responded late Sunday evening to a Building Fire at 7010 Silent Shadow Ct, in the Hidden Woods Apartments.  First due E-26 reported light in the public hallway.  As companies opened up, they found a working fire in the attic.  The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and provided cooling towels, served some water and gatorade, and some snacks.

8-18    1958 Hrs    Box 10-11    Special Call                     ReHab-1 responded late Sunday evening to assist companies with a garage fire at 8948 Ft Smallwood Rd in Riviera Beach.  First due E-10 reported smoke showing from a 2 story detached garage.  The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and served a case of Gatorade, a case of water, and some snacks.

8-23    0211 Hrs    Box 26-5     Working Fire Dispatch       ReHab-1 responded early Friday morning to assist companies with an apartment fire in the Severn Square Apartments, on Old Quarterfield Rd.  First arriving T-26 reported fire showing from the roof of a 3 story garden apartment complex.  Fire in a 3rd floor apartment extended into the attic and roof.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water and 2 cases of Gatorade.  We were also able to provide cooling towels and chairs.  

8-25    1525 Hrs    Box 29-4    Special Call                            ReHab-1 responded Sunday afternoon for a Dwelling Fire at 7875 Chalice Rd in the Provinces.  First due E-29 reported smoke from the roof, and began an interior attack.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and provided cooling towels, and served a case of water, 2 cases of Gatorade, and some snacks.  


8-29    2320 Hrs    Box 43-3    Special Call                           CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded late Thursday night to BWI Airport for a large fuel spill. A fuel truck, carrying about 15,000 gallons of jet fuel developed a leak, and allowed an estimated 4,000 gallons to spill out on the tarmac. The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of gatorde, and some snacks. 


9-1     0545 Hrs     Box 41-16     2nd Alarm                                  CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded early Sunday morning for a dwelling fire at 1002 Henry Ave, in Back Bay. First arriving E-41 reported heavy fire in the 2nd floor rear and through the roof. The Alarmers were on scene for over 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorde, and some snacks. 

9-1     1605 Hrs     Box 13-14     Special Call                                 ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded Sunday afternoon to a dwelling Fire at 899 Longview Ave in Highpoint. As companies opened up, they found a working fire in a dormer area, on the back side of the house. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water and a case of gatorade, and some snacks. 

9-9     0243 Hrs     Box 4-31     2nd Alarm                                    CW-2 responded early Monday morning for a dwelling fire at 1759 Meade Village Circle, in Meade Village. First arriving E-28 reported a two story end unit townhouse fully involved, and fire extending to two adjoining townhouses on the B side. The Alarmers were on scene for over 3 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of gatorade, and some snacks. 

9-15     1640Hrs     Box 9-12     Special Call                                 ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded Sunday afternoon for a large brush fire off of Sands Road behind the Sands Road Park.  E-9 reported about 10 acres involved along the Patuxent River. The Alarmers were on scene for about 3 hours, and served 3 cases of gatorade, 2 cases of water, and some snacks.


9-25    1555 Hrs    Box 4-31    Working Fire Dispatch                ReHab-1 responded Wednesday afternoon, for a building fire at 1829 Meade Village Circle, in Meade Village.  First due E-4 reported a middle group townhouse with smoke showing from the attic.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water,  2 cases of Gatorade, and some snacks.


9-28    1225 Hrs    Mutual Aid to Talbot County                          CW-2 responded Saturday afternoon, to assist Easton Fire Department with a leak from a 9000 gallon ammonia tank at a commercial building on Glebe Park Road.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 13 hot dogs, some snacks, and some water.



OCTOBER  //  NOVEMBER  //  DECEMBER  2019


10-1    0735 Hrs    Box 33-1    Special Call                          CW-2 responded early Tuesday morning to assist County Police with evidence collection in Furnace Creek, at Crain Hwy and Furnace Branch Rd.  The Alarmers were on scene for about 4 hours, and served 24 egg&sausage sandwiches, 8 hot dogs, 24 sloppy Joe sandwiches, some snacks, a case of water, and a case of Gatorade.  





10-1    1145 Hrs    Box 40-7    Special Call                  While CW-2 was committed with County Police at Furnace Creek, ReHab-1 responded to assist special operations companies with a gas leak on Lightship Landing way, in Annapolis.   A Contractor, working on new construction,  dug up a 2" hi-pressure gas main.  The Alarmers were able to deploy a misting fan, were on scene for over an hour, and served a case of water, and a case of Gatorade.  

10-13    0715 Hrs    Box 27-7    Working Fire Dispatch                   ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded early Sunday morning for building fire at 3443 Lindenwood Dr in Russett Green.  First due E-27 reported a middle group townhouse fully involved, and extending to exposures on both sides.  The Alarmers were on scene for over 3  hours, and served a case of water, a case of Gatorade, and some snacks.

10-21    1422 Hrs    Box 28-7    Working Fire Dispatch                  ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded Monday afternoon to a fire in a building under construction, at 2005 Town Center Blvd, in Odenton..  First due E-45 reported light smoke from the roof, and as companies opened up, they found a smoldering fire in insulation in the attic.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of Gatorade, and some snacks.

10-25    0853 Hrs    Box 6-4    Working Fire Dispatch                            CW-2 and ReHab-1 responded early Thursday morning for this dwelling fire on Oser Drive in Severnview.  First arriving E-5 reported a 2 story house, the rear of the house fully involved, extending to the attic.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 4 cases of water, 4 cases of Gatorade, 32 hot dogs, and some snacks.

10-27    1618 Hrs    Box 2-33    Working Fire Dispatch                        ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded Sunday afternoon for this dwelling fire on Chesapeake Lane in Beverly beach.  First due E-2 reported fire in an attached carport, extending into the attic.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of Gatorade, 40 hot dogs, and some snacks.

11-5    2008 Hrs    Box 7-6     2nd Alarm                ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded late Tuesday evening for a dwelling fire at 1002 Rosetta Way in Carriage Estates.  First arriving Chief 7 reported a large 2 story dwelling with heavy fire from an attached 3 car garage, extending to the roof.  He requested Tanker Task Force, then a 2nd Alarm.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 2 cases of water, 2 cases of Gatorade, and some snacks.


11-8    0005 Hrs    Box 5-6     Working Fire Dispatch                ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded early Friday morning for this Dwelling Fire at 1610 Mt Airy Ct in Crofton.  First arriving E-5 reported heavy fire from the rear of a middle of the group townhouse, and heavy smoke condition in both exposures.  BC 4 requested a Working Fire assignment and then 2 additional engines.  The Alarmers were on scene for 3 hours, and served 3 pots of coffee, 32 egg&sausage sandwiches, a case of water, a case of gatorade, and some snacks.


11-16    0845 Hrs   Box 13-1     Working Fire Dispatch                   CW-1 and ReHab-1 responded early Saturday morning for a dwelling fire at 139 Dale Rd, in Riviera Beach.  First arriving E-13 reported large 2 story house with heavy fire showing. Crew from T-30 said they could see it when they left their quarters on Mountain Rd. The Alarmers were on scene for about 3 hours, and served 2 pots of coffee, 2 cases of gatorade, a case of water, and some snacks. 

11-19    1926 Hrs    Box 7-2    Working Fire Dispatch                   ReHab-1  and CW-1 responded late Tuesday evening for a dwelling fire at 1517 Branchwood Terr in Hallmark Woods.  First due E-7 reported a 1 1/2 story dwelling with fire through the roof.  The Alarmers were on scene for over an hour, and served a case of water, some Gatorade, and some snacks.

11-22    1200 Hrs    Box 35-14       Working Fire Dispatch ReHab-1 and CW-1 responded Friday for a dwelling fire at 216 Gross Ave in Annapolis.  First arriving E-35 reported a one story house, with heavy fire from the B side, impinging on the B side exposure.  Firefighters were able to protect the exposure with only damage to the exterior siding.  There was a light rain as we arrived, and we

provided a tent for the rehab area. The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served a case of water, a case of Gatorade, and some snacks.


11-25    0500 Hrs    Box 38-24    2nd Alarm                              CW-2 responded early Monday morning for a building fire  at 193 Duke of Gloucester Street in Annapolis.  First due E-38 reported a 3 story building with heavy fire from the 2nd floor and through the roof.  A 2nd Alarm was transmitted immediately.  Building was once a private dwelling, since converted to a commercial building.  The Alarmers were on scene for 2 hours, and served 4 pots of coffee, 16 egg&sausage sandwiches, some snacks, a case of Gatorade, and some water.


12-4    0605 Hrs    Box 31-11    Working Fire Dispatch            CW-2 and ReHab-1 responded early Wednesday morning for a dwelling fire at 400 Old Riverside Rd in Brooklyn.  First due E-31 reported fire showing from a 2nd floor bedroom window, in an end of group row house.  Occupant of the house told firefighters her brother was still inside, but after searches were made, it was found he was not in the house.  The Alarmers were on scene for an hour, and served 2 pots of coffee, few hot chocolates, and some Gatorade.