Rockford Scanner™: Propane Grill Fire Near Roscoe, Garage Damaged by The Fire



Harlem-Roscoe Firefighters responded to a propane grill on fire July 13th on Harrison St. in Roscoe.

Damage was contained to the grill and outside wall of the garage.

No one was injured



Rockford Scanner™: House Fire Near Roscoe

HRFD:  ”  “Chief Shoevlin reports, “Harlem-Roscoe Firefighters were dispatched at approximately 10:45 PM for a possible structure fire on July 7th. Upon arrival of our first piece of apparatus, we encountered a basement filling with thick black smoke. Fire was located involving a dehumidifier and extinguished quickly with no injuries. Occupants were awakened by smoke detectors and exited the home with their pets prior to our arrival. The home sustained smoke damage but no structural damage.” Photos by Mckenna Donovan


Rockford Scanner™: House Fire Near Roscoe

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At 0414 this morning we were dispatched for a structure fire (on Hunter rd) . Upon arrival on scene an exterior fire on the roof was discovered. Due to the quick response and actions of the crews the fire was contained to that area and was brought under control within 20 minutes. Thank you to our CERT Team, Boone County Sheriff and Capron Rescue for your assistance.There were no injuries to the homeowner or fire personnel. Excellent job HRFD men and women as always. Thank you for getting out of your warm environment to help others. We are who we are because of all of you.
Chief Shoevlin


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Rockford Scanner™: Possible House Fire In Machesney Park, Several Fire Dept. En Route

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Around 8:30 AM this morning several fire departments were responded to a possible house fire in Machesney park.

Reports of a possible chimney fire in the 300 block of Superior.

Several fire departments were responding for auto aid.

Confirmed fire above the stove, in the ceiling of the residence.

Still developing

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Joe Collins


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Rockford Scanner™: House Fire Near Roscoe

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House Fire Near Roscoe

Details are minimal right now.

Sources reporting a house fire near Roscoe.

It happened  on Grace dr in the 7500 block

Unknown on injuries.

MABAS box 12 to 3rd alarm

The cause of the fire is under investigation.



Rockford Scanner™: Possible Water Rescue in Roscoe

Just after around 1:40 pm, an RS fan reported several rescue vehicles in the area of Bridge St in Roscoe, IL.  There were 2 ambulances, a fire truck, fire chief and a boat on the river.  Neighboring districts are being called in for back up and divers a well. Still developing!  Please check back for more information.


Update:  RS Fan reporting they were gone by 2:45 pm.  We are still unsure on any other information at this time.




Rockford Scanner™: Sources Reporting A House Fire Near Roscoe



Sources reporting a possible house fire near Roscoe. 

It happened on Gleasman about 1 mile off of Roscoe Rd

Several emergency personnel are on scene. 

We will post updates, if they become available



Rockford Scanner™: Serious Accident Near Roscoe, Medical Helicopter Requested To The Scene

Update: Winnebago County Coroner Office said Laura Kraman passed away from blunt force trauma to the chest and head.

UPDATE – 6/10/18: The Winnebago County Coroner has released the name of the 34 year-old female who passed away on June 6, 2018.  Here name is Laura Kraman, of Roscoe, was pronounced dead at 12:50 a.m. Saturday morning, after a head-on collision with another car.


On Friday, June 8th 2018 at approximately 10:45 P.m., the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to a multiple vehicle crash on Roscoe Rd just West of Gleasman Rd. The initial investigation revealed that one vehicle was Westbound on Roscoe Rd. Another vehicle was Eastbound on Roscoe Rd. just west of Gleasman Rd. The 2 vehicles (a silver 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe and an orange 2014 Dodge Journey) collided. There was significant damage to both vehicles. After this COLLISION, A second collision occurred before emergency personnel arrived on-scene. a third vehicle (Black 2018 Chevrolet Trailblazer) struck the Dodge Journey that was in the middle of Roscoe Rd. There was minor damage to the Chevrolet Trailblazer. All vehicles were occupied by only the drivers. The driver of the Dodge Journey was a 27 Year Old Female from Roscoe, IL. The driver of the of the Hyundai Santa Fe was a 34 Year Old female from Roscoe, IL. The driver of the Chevrolet Trailblazer was a 44 year old female from Roscoe, IL Harlem Roscoe Fire Personnel and MD-1 Medical Personnel were on-scene. The driver of the Hyundai Santa Fe was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Chevrolet Trailblazer refused medical treatment at the scene. The driver of the Dodge Journey had to be extricated from the vehicle and was transported to a local hospital for serious injuries.

The identity of the deceased female will be released by the Winnebago County Coroner after they notify next of kin. alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash. The investigation is ongoing. Once the investigation is completed the States Attorney will review the case.

Update: This is a possible fatal accident. Not yet confirmed.  

Police have Roscoe rd blocked off at Gleasman. Westbound. And at Chicory Ridge eastbound.

Several emergency personnel are still on scene as of 1am.

This is still developing. Avoid the area.

We will be posting updates as they become available.

Around 11 pm tonight several personnel were on scene of a serious auto accident near Roscoe. 

It happened in the area of Bridge st and Gleasman, near Roscoe. (See map) 

Injuries were reported. Sounds like they requested a medical helicopter to the scene, but it was unable to lift off due to the weather. 

Extrication was also requested, via a source. 

Please avoid the area or expect delays. 

Still developing