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Naperville Firefighters respond to residential fire in 1300 Block of Winchester Court

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Structure fire on 1300 Block of Winchester Court causes estimated $400,000 damage to residence on Naperville’s northwest side. No injuries were reported. (PN file photos are used to help flag reports about Naperville Fire Department and Police Department responses to emergency calls, always reminding readers that keeping the community safe is everyone’s responsibility. Thanks always for calling 911 whenever necessary to report something that seems suspicious. Be alert by day and by night. Be a Naperville Crime Stopper. Stay safe.) 

At 1:23PM on Mon., July 8, 2024, the Naperville Emergency Communications Center (ECC) received a call for the reported fire in a residential structure located on the 1300 block of Winchester Court.

The Naperville ECC immediately dispatched a general alarm assignment consisting of three engines, two ladder trucks, one heavy rescue squad, two medic units, and two battalion commanders.

At 1:26PM, the first fire suppression companies arrived on the scene and reported smoke visible from the open front door. Initial arriving companies completed a 360-degree survey of the structure, provided an on-scene report, established command, and began fire operations. 

Two individuals were home at the time of the incident, all were able to exit the home before the fire department arrived.

Fire companies immediately began offensive fire operations, including deploying handlines and initiating interior primary search. Crews overhauled the fire building to ensure fire spread was limited and no adjoining structures were damaged as a result of the fire.

The fire was controlled within 20 minutes, and companies remained on the scene for an hour to ensure the residence was secured.

The Naperville Fire Department was assisted on the scene by the Naperville Police Department and the Naperville Electric Department. The Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District, Aurora Fire Department, Warrenville Fire Protection District, and Plainfield Fire Department provided station coverage during the incident.

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation by the Naperville Fire Department’s Fire Investigation Team.

Damage to the home is estimated at $400,000 and the home was deemed uninhabitable.

There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters.

Report by Stephen Shink, Division Chief – Naperville Fire Department, City of Naperville Fire Department. 

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