The 93 Engine was dispatched along with the rest of the first alarm companies to 125 Oak Street shortly after 2AM on January 4th. Companies dispatched to the working structure fire with entrapment. 93 Police arrived to confirm the working fire and aided in evacuations of the building, rescuing multiple victims. 93 Engine quickly crewed and responded with a crew of 4. Laying in from the hydrant on Main street and Oak Street. The Engine laid roughly 250 ft of 5" supply line that would supply the majority of the fire suppression efforts throughout the night. Crews were met with heavy fire on Division 3 upon arrival. The call to go with Defensive operations was quickly made by Chief 93, and multiple master stream and ground monitor's were setup. 93 Engine crew got report of a male who was unaccounted for within the addition to the fire building and crews quickly made entry to find the male sleeping in bed, who was quickly evacuated unharmed. Engine 112 upon arrival aided E93 in water supply via our Hydrant assist valve (Shown below). Once the majority of the fire was extinguished in Division 2 and 3, Fire crews made their way inside to clean up some hot spots. Crews battled fire and ice equally through the morning, as temperatures dipped below 20* while on scene.