DIspatched 1232hrs to assist Kenbridge Fire with a structure fire at 175 Mayflower Road. Minutes later Kenbridge's Unit 2 arrived advising heavy fire showing from all four sides. Engine 2(with 5) was assigned to assist in water supply, and personnel to assist in fire attack. Engine 2 arrived and set up a water supply on a portable dump tank, and supplied KFD's U2, and U5. Personnel went to assist in attack that had gone offensive from the D side of the structure. Tanker 2 arrived next and was assigned to begin assisting in water shuttle, and once fire was contained, was placed into position for use of foam to contain fire in spaces between where structure was modified from mobile to stationary. Squad 2 was assigned to provide equipment and SCBA refill. Medic 2-2 assumed EMS duties, and assisted with rehab. Units operated on scene approximately 2 1/2 hours. Units on scene: KFD Units: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7. Kenbridge Rescue: 77. Victoria units: Engine 2, Tanker 2, Squad 2, Medic 2-2, and Chief 2. Total VFR personnel: 15(2 stood by at station)
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