Brooklyn 4th Alarm Box 8050, on 2-24-05, At the Navy Yard. Upon arrival Ladder Company gave a 10-75 and then quickly transmitted an urgent 2nd Alarm. Heavy smoke condition vents out of a loading dock on the exposure one side of the fire building. The building is a 2.5 story corrigated steel structure with a peaked roof that is used as a photo & electronic storage warehouse.

A heavy fire condition exists on the other side of this steel wall on the exposure one side of the fire building.

A firefighter cuts the steel wall with a partner saw, so the Tower Ladder can gain access to the fire.

2 saws are now in operation.

3 saws are now in operation.

The overall scene looking at the exposure four side of the fire building. Heavy smoke condition enveloped the entire neighborhood.

Tower Ladder 15 operated on the exposure three side of the fire building in the rear.

Tower ladder operates on the exposure one side of the fire building as the snow starts to get heavier.

It seems that whenever there is a major snow storm there is a major fire.

The tent protects the Command Post from the snow.

Tower Ladder 105 at the Brooklyn 4th Alarm.

Engine 211 operates at the scene.

Engine 210 at the scene.

Ladder 118 at the scene.

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