On March 14th, 2018, Stockton Firefighters responded to reports of an explosion in a residential neighborhood. Firefighters arrived on scene to flames showing from a two-story, single family dwelling. The home was being used for an illegal Honey-Oil Lab.
INTRO: Fire response raised to a second alarm. Two burn victims were burned over most of their bodies. Fire initially believed to involve a possible meth lab explosion and fire, but is determined to be hash lab or honey oil lab.
Engine 10 first on scene; reports a burn victim out front.
Engine 4 second on scene.
Engine 10 reports there is a second victim and that the fire involves a hash lab not a meth lab. Second ambulance requested.
Engine 6 assigned to water supply and EMS support; later assigned to back-up line.
Truck 4 assigned with two for search and two for vertical ventilation.
Battalion 2 on scene.
Firefighters discover the
Engine 7 on scene
Engine 4 assumes Division I with two lines.
Engine 4 reports the fire is knocked down. A small car fire is still burning.
Engine 2 assigned RIC (RIT).
Engine 6 advances back-up in line to the second story behind Division I fire attack.
Smoke conditions difficult.
Engine 2 on scene for RIC.
Truck 2 assigned to interior search.
Garage wall blown and displaced about one-half foot (Delta Wall); firefighters warned to stay off garage roof.
Division I reports good knock on fire.
Car fire in the garage still burning, and crews report propane and butane tanks inside the garage.
Division I notified no entry into the garage allowed, and the car fire can be extinguish from the outside.
Engine 6 reports heavy smoke and high heat, but no fire and the attic clear.
Vent group punches multiple holes and heat and smoke dissipating.
Primary search complete.
Engine 7 reports holes in the second floor; securing the area.
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Injuries: Two burn victims; no firefighters injured.
Fire Damage/Property Damage Estimate: $Unknown
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