Harlem-Roscoe firefighters investigate smoke at their old Firehouse

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Firefighters on the roof of the Firehouse Pub, Nov. 11, 2021. Photo: Sheryl Drost, Harlem-Roscoe Fire Protection District

On the morning of Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021, Harlem-Roscoe firefighters responded to a smoke report at a familiar location - 10670 Main Street in Roscoe - the former Harlem-Roscoe fire station, now the Firehouse Pub

After Fire Station No. 1 moved to its present location in 1994, the Prosser family purchased the old location and opened the Firehouse Pub. In fact, Michael Prosser spent time as a firefighter with the Harlem-Roscoe Fire District.

Firefighters checked the inside of the building and the roof top, and believe the smoke may have come from a rooftop HVAC unit (not the kitchen).



The Harlem-Roscoe Fire District on the scene at the former Harlem-Roscoe fire station. Photo: Sheryl Drost, HRFD
Michael Prosser on duty. HRFD photo courtesy of Firehouse Pub
The former Fire Station #1, now the Firehouse Pub. HRFD photo courtesy of Firehouse Pub.
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