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Ocean City MD 9 alarm structure fire on the boardwalk

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Published on Mar 30, 2008

9 Alarm Fire - Dough Roller
604 South Atlantic Avenue
Sunday, March 30, 2008

Ocean City units were alerted at 1203 PM for a report of a fire at the Dough Roller on the Boardwalk at South Division Street. First arriving units went on scene with fire showing from side D. An intense fire attack with numerous master streams took place. The fire was held to the building involved with minor extension into the arcade next door. One firefighter was transported to Atlantic General Hospital for an eye injury. The Ocean City Fire Marshal's Office was investigating. Here is a complete list of every fire department & unit the was mobilized for the fire. Either to the scene or transfered because of... Ocean City; Chiefs: 50,51,52,53 Engines: 1,2,3,4,9,12,16 Trucks: 5,11 Rescues: 7 EMS: Paramedic 1, Paramedic 1-1, Amb. 4, 41-D Worcester County; Engines: 505, 604, 608, 803, 804, 906, 907, 1101, 1102 Trucks: 6,11 Rescues: 11 EMS: Paramedic 1100-A-1 On Scene: Berlin, Showell, Bishopville, Ocean Pines Transfers: Newark Sussex County; Engines: 701, 702, 703, 719, 732, 742, 745, 758, 761, 763, 794, 802, 832, 844, 853, 901, 905 Trucks: 70, Quint70, 77, 80, 81, 82, 83, 86, 88, 90 Rescues: 77, 84, 87 EMS: Sussex County EMS Medic 105 Sussex County On Scene: Bethany Beach, Dagsboro, Frankford, Georgetown, Lewes, Millsboro, Millville, Rehoboth Beach, Selbyville, Roxana Transfers: Blades, Delmar, Ellendale, Gumboro, Indian River, Laurel, Milton, Seaford, Medic 105 Wicomico County On Scene: Parsonsburg, Pittsville, Willards Transfers: Salisbury Final transfers for OC stations after 9th alarm was struck; Headquarters: Parsonsburg Rescue/Engine 604 & Georgetown Truck 77 Station 3: Indian River Engine 802 & Seaford Rescue 87 Bethany Beach Fenwick Island Station: Sussex County Medic 105 Totals Mobilized Engines: 38 Trucks: 15 Rescues: 5 EMS: 6 Totals on Scene: Engines: 28 Trucks: 11 Rescues: 5 EMS: 5

Incident write up from www.ocvfc.com

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