A fire broke out at Gehring Tricot, a fabric company in Dolgeville, on Wednesday morning.
The fire was extinguished swiftly, preventing the entire building and fabric from being destroyed.
The incident occurred around 10:10 a.m. and was contained to a single room at the back of the structure.
According to Dolgeville’s Fire Chief David Jaquay, the sprinkler system was triggered, and it put out most of the fire before the arrival of firefighters.
Fire departments from Salisbury, Hilltop, Little Falls, and Oppenheim assisted Dolgeville’s fire crews.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
A fire burned through a building in Brooklyn Sunday afternoon.
The FDNY received a report of a fire at a four-story storage warehouse shortly after noon.
The Stop and Stor warehouse is in Sunset Park on 63rd Street.
By 1 p.m., firefighters identified the blaze as a three-alarm fire.
One firefighter suffered smoke inhalation because his mask became dislodged, said Assistant Fire Chief Michael Myers.
At first, three e-bikes or mopeds were on fire, Myers said. They later found 300 e-bikes and scooters inside.
The sprinkler system was not strong enough to douse the flames, so the firefighters worked frantically to keep the fire from spreading to more e-bikes.
In total, 33 units and at least 135 EMS and FDNY personnel responded to the scene.
At this time, first responders are still working to put out the flames.
The cause of the fire was not immediately made clear.
A minor fire, ignited by food on a stovetop, led to the displacement of several Lattimore Hall residents on Saturday, according to the Auburn Fire Department.
The incident, which occurred at the independent student housing complex for Cayuga Community College, was reported at approximately 4:47 p.m.
Officials said the dormitory’s sprinkler system quickly extinguished the fire before firefighters reached the scene.
However, the resulting water damage prompted the Auburn Code Enforcement Office to condemn the affected third-floor unit and the units directly beneath it on the first and second floors.
Fortunately, no injuries were reported.
Lattimore Hall’s management is currently arranging alternate accommodations for the displaced students, and the fire department has taken measures to manage the aftermath of the incident, including shutting down the third floor’s sprinkler system and ventilating the smoke. Auburn City Ambulance was also present on-site.
On Dec. 30, at 6:23 p.m., the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office communications center received a fire alarm from the Wheatfield Towers Apartment Building. The fire alarm was followed by a water flow alarm from the same location.
The first arriving unit was Deputy Tighe from the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office, who confirmed a large amount of water coming from the second floor, and smoke in the building. Deputy Tighe made his way to the second floor and confirmed a fire in apartment 210. He immediately radioed for additional units and began evacuating residents.
Additional responding units arrived and assisted with the evacuation of the building’s residents. Responding fire companies arrived and continued with the evacuation and extinguished the fire. The fire was contained to apartment 210 – where it originated – due to the building’s sprinkler system.
The American Red Cross responded to assist with displaced residents.
Investigation into the cause of the fire is continuing by the Niagara County Origin and Cause Team. There is no estimate on damages at this time.
Syracuse Firefighters extinguished a kitchen fire on the fifth floor of Vinette Towers Saturday afternoon.
Crews responded to the 947 Pond Street Apartment building around 3:39 pm after a 911 caller reported a very strong odor in the building. Firefighters arrived in less than 3 minutes and saw smoke coming out of a window on the 5th floor. Crews made their way to the fifth-floor apartment with a hose line and extinguished the fire.
Firefighters determined the fire started on a kitchen stove. A heat-activated sprinkler system kept the fire from spreading into any other apartments. No victims were found, but one apartment resident was displaced.
This is the second major fire reported at Vinette Towers this summer. In July, 10 apartments were left uninhabitable after homemade fireworks exploded on the 6th floor of the apartment building.
The cause of the stove fire is under investigation. The Syracuse Housing Authority, National Grid, Syracuse Police, the Red Cross, and AMR all assisted the Syracuse Fire department in their response.
No one was injured when a milling machine caught on fire at Whitcraft manufacturing on Halsey Road in Whitestown very early Sunday morning, according to the New York Mills Fire Department.
Fire Chief Rick Ulinski said the employees were working through the night when one machine caught on fire at about 1:45 a.m. The employees called 911 and evacuated the building at 8273 Halsey Road.
The fire was largely under control when volunteers from three local departments arrived on the scene.
“The sprinkler system did what the sprinkler system is supposed to do,” Chief Ulinski stated.
The chief said crews took less than an hour to knock down the flames for good. They remained on scene for two hours total.
The fire damage was contained to the machine, while a ventilation system directly above the machine was “warped” from the heat, Ulinski noted.
The New York Mills, Westmoreland and Whitesboro fire departments were dispatched to the scene.
Around 10:45 p.m. Friday night, the Kingston Fire Department was called to 30 Broadway for an alarm sounding. Crews arriving on the scene forced their way into both 24 and 30 Broadway and found a kitchen fire at 24 Broadway.
The sprinkler system inside the building contained the fire. Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the blaze and searched for trapped occupants while putting it out. Luckily, all occupants were able to safely evacuate the building without any injuries.
The cause of this fire remains under investigation by the Kingston Fire Department Fire Investigation team. 24 Broadway sustained minor smoke and fire damage but had significant water damage after the incident.
A family of three was displaced following a fire at the West Street Apartments in Utica Sunday.
Utica Fire Chief Scott Ingersoll says his crews arrived at the complex around 1 p.m. to find a small fire in a third-floor apartment.
The sprinkler system in the building was triggered and kept the flames under control until firefighters could extinguish them completely. The sprinklers did cause some water damage to the second and third floors.
Ingersoll says the cause is still under investigation.
The one adult and two children who lived in the apartment are receiving assistance from the American Red Cross.
The work of firefighters and a functioning sprinkler system kept an overnight fire at a downtown Auburn automotive repair shop from causing structural damage to the main building.
The Auburn Fire Department responded to a call made by the Auburn Police Department at 11:59 p.m. Monday for a fire at Trombley’s Automotive Services at 10 E. Garden St., AFD Chief Mark Fritz said.
Firefighters encountered an exterior blaze on the east side of the building and had it extinguished within roughly an hour, Fritz said.
The fire appeared to have started in a wooden enclosure outside the building that was used to store tires. Investigators were still working to determine how it started as of Tuesday afternoon.
Fritz said the fire did not cause any structural damage to the building. One reason for that was the building’s sprinkler system, which has sprinkler heads at every window.
“That operated as it should and kept the fire from going into the building,” Fritz said.
The chief said there were no reports of injuries.
Because the fire damage was limited, Trombley’s was open for business as usual on Tuesday morning.
Fire crews responded to a small fire inside Oakdale Mall Wednesday morning.
The Johnson City Fire Marshall Bob Blakeslee told 12 News a small fire broke out inside one of the mall’s stores around 1:25 a.m. He said a sprinkler was tripped and was able to put out the fire safely.
There were no injuries in the incident, and the extent of the damage is unknown at this time.
Blakeslee could not confirm the impacted store.
12 News expects to learn more information throughout the morning.