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  • At the same time, city officials worked to repair the North River Wastewater Treatment Plant, which was sidelined by a four-alarm fire in its engine room Thursday.

    Record-High Heat Scorches Region

  • The volunteer firefighter from Lutherville became trapped while searching for residents inside a third-story apartment during the four-alarm fire Wednesday night.

    Funeral for Md. firefighter Falkenhan

  • A four-alarm fire Tuesday damaged 10 units in an Alexandria apartment complex, city fire officials said.

    Fire damages Alexandria apartments

  • Julio Cortez/Associated Press CONSTRUCTION FIRE: Firefighters extinguished a four-alarm fire that tore through a condominium complex under construction in Rahway, N.J., Tuesday.

    Photos of the Day: Jan. 4

  • The four-alarm fire destroyed half a dozen businesses.

    New York Photos of the Week: Aug. 21-26

  • “Between those eyes and that voice and that four-alarm temper—oh, and her left arm—well, I think we have ourselves a new attraction.”

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • But in a teenager, the yetzer is a four-alarm blaze.

    The Blessing of a B Minus

  • Alex di Suvero for The Wall Street Journal Spectators covered their mouths and noses from the smoke near the scene of a four-alarm apartment fire in Jersey City, N.J.

    New York News Photos of 2010

  • I'm scared by the fact that someone let Moore appear on Larry King looking like he just woke up with a four-alarm hangover. mama4obama

    Moore: Clinton is trying to scare voters

  • I love a good dose of inspiration, and this play lit a much-needed, four-alarm fire under my ass.

    Archive 2009-08-01

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