NOVEMBER 25, 2015 - The Smithtown Fire Department was toned out for a signal 13 (structural fire) on November 25 at 03:32 (3:32am) with the location of 16 Trent Lane. Upon arrival Chiefs on scene upgraded the alarm to a fully involved working residential structural fire.
The homeowners were able to safely leave the house at the start of the fire. With the home fully evacuated the Department began an exterior attack on the structure.
The fire was brought under control with use of the tower ladder and 2 ½” hand lines. Overhaul of any dangerous structural debris around the fire building concluded the operation.
A home to the right of the fire building sustained structural damage on the side exposed to the fire. Melted siding and a cracked window resulted.
The homeowners were transported to Stony Brook University Hospital for observation.
On scene were Chiefs Murphy (4-2-30), Landrigan (4-2-31), Fitzpatrick (4-2-32) and Diecidue (4-2-33) Engines 4-2-15, 4-2-3, 4-2-4, Ladder 4-2-7, Rescue 4-2-9, Ambulances 4-2-61, 4-2-62 and Fire Police 4-2-10.
Mutual aid on scene was provided by Kings Parks, Nesconset and Hauppauge. Main house coverage was provided by St. James.