07/23/2018 - ROCKLAND, MASSACHUSETTS (PLYMOUTH COUNTY) - Just after 0300 hours on the morning of Monday, July 23, 2018 the Rockland Fire Department responded to a reported building fire at 265 Plain Street, the Kelliher Brothers Oil Company. Companies arrived to find heavy fire showing from the one story commercial building, with live wires down in the street. A second alarm was immediately requested bringing mutual aid companies to the scene. National Grid was requested to respond immediately. Companies laid lines from hydrants on either side of the street to engines working the fire. Large hand lines and a deck gun were placed in operation. Mutual aid engine companies pumped the hydrants on either end of the street to supply additional water pressure to the companies working on-scene. Crews were able to knock down the heavy fire conditions within approximately 15-minutes, and remained on-scene for an extended time overhauling and checking for extension. The State Fire Marshal's Office was requested to the scene to aid in the investigation of the fire. Later that day, the Fire Marshal released a statement reporting the fire was caused by an overloaded power strip in the building. After the fire was knocked down, the Pembroke ambulance that was on the scene for standby was utilized to transport a firefighter who suffered a medical emergency on-scene. That firefighter was treated and released from a local hospital.