Thread: World Of Fire Report: 04-02-02
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World Of Fire Report: 04-02-02
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Tuesday, April 02, 2002
· BALTIMORE, MD **2nd Alarm Dwelling Fire at 4004 Gwynn Oak Ave near Fernhill Ave. Command reporting heavy fire on the 1st and 2nd floors. [MFN1]. 1:10a.m.
· BALTIMORE, MD (46-14): **2nd Alarm b/o E-46** Vacant dwelling at 4004 Gwynn Oak Ave (W. Arlington - NW Baltimore). Have a vacant 2-story wood frame dwelling well involved. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 1:10a.m.
· BROOKLYN, NY: 22-1757 *2nd Alarm* at 48 Hendrix St x Jamaica Ave/Sunnyside Ave. Fire in basement & 1sr floor of a 2-story frame 20x50 dwelling. [MNS342]. 5:55a.m.
· STLFN: BRENTWOOD (ST.LOUIS Co.), MO: (around 0500hrs) Brentwood FD on scene in area of Litzsinger Dr. & Kentland (off S. Brentwood Blvd). Unknown type fire/incident. Move-ups made to Rock Hill Engine House. [STL899]. 6:01a.m.
· STLFN: ALBERS (CLINTON Co.), IL: Clinton/Clair FD responded to Tractor Trailer vs. Train @ 5260 SR 161. No injuries – Tractor-trailer split in half. ENG 529 & R523 on scene. [STL087-vm/899]. 6:08a.m.
· QUEENS, NY: 22-4442 *2nd Alarm* at 135-21 40 Rd x Kissena Blvd., Flushing; Fire on the 2nd & 3rd floors (possibly cockloft) of a 3-story Commercial building 100x75. B50 SAFETY/B53 COMM CORD [MNS342]. 6:30a.m.
· Update – QUEENS, NY: 22-4442 *2nd Alarm* at 135-21 40 Rd x Kissena Blvd., Fire 2nd-3rd floors of a 3-sty Commercial building 100x75. B52 reports main body of fire is knocked down. Checking exposures. Both commercial buildings attached. 2nd Alarm was on arrival. [MNS342]. 6:35a.m.
· MANHATTAN, NY: 22-622 *2nd Alarm* at 433 W. 29 St x 9th Ave. Fire on the 3rd floor of a 6-brick occupied multiple dwelling 35x75. B8 is COMM CORD. B9 is SAFETY [MNS342]. 6:58a.m.
· Update – MANHATTAN, NY: 22-622 *2nd Alarm* at 433 W. 29 St x 9th Ave. Reports of a person trapped on 4th floor fire escape. L21 was assigned as FAST Truck. CAR 4C - CWTC Cruthers en-route. [MNS342]. 7:01a.m.
· Update – MANHATTAN, NY: 22-622 *2nd Alarm* correct address of 433 W. 24 St x 9th Ave. Fire 3rd & 4th floors of a 6-story brick occupied multiple dwelling 35x75 with possible extension to 2nd& 3rd floors of exposure building. 3 lines stretched operating in fire building. 1 line stretched operating into exposure building. Searches in progress. [MNS342]. 7:09a.m.
· *5-5-5-5* It is with regret that we report confirmed death & recovery of the blessed remains of FF Richard B Vanhine SQ-41 who made the Supreme Sacrifice @ MANHATTAN, NY: 55-8087 9/11/01 (WTC). Rest in peace. [MNS-OFFICE]. 8:34a.m.
· ORANGE Co., CA: Fire (0700hrs PST). 3rd Alarm: 24844 Muirlands Bl. in Lake Forest. 3 units of Strip Mall gutted. Fire now knocked down. [FIREPAGE (R) LA-1R]. 9:21a.m.
· (0119hrs PST) LOS ANGELES, CA: Greater Alarm: 2568 W. Pico Bl. 1-story 50x150 Commercial structure. 17 Companies. [FIREPAGE (R) LA-1R]. 9:24a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS Co., MO: Mehlville FPD: 1st Alarm house fire 5471 Oakvilla Manor Dr. x Yaeger Rd: County PD on scene of a house fully charged. 1722 leading off with a Jiffy. [STL-800]. 11:09a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS Co., MO: Update - Mehlville FPD: 1st Alarm house fire at 5471 Oakvilla Manor Dr. x Yaeger Rd: Per Command all clear on the house. Move-ups made. [STL-800]. 11:12a.m.
· BELLEVILLE (ST. CLAIR Co.), IL: 715 W. Harrison x South 7th. Fully involved house fire on arrival. Truck 2 on scene reports a 1-story house fully involved. Engine 1, Engine 4 laying a 5” supply line. Engine 3 moving up. Chief 3 on scene. [STL313]. 11:15a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS Co., MO: Update - Mehlville FPD: 1st Alarm house fire at 5471 Oakvilla Manor Dr. x Yaeger Rd: Per Command, Alarm is under control and all Units tied up for some time. **FINAL** [STL-800]. 11:16a.m.
· PHILADELPHIA, PA: **2nd Alarm** in area of 67th and Essington. All Co.'s working. NFI [EAN3305]. 11:50a.m.
· PHILADELPHIA, PA: **3rd Alarm** Box 6549: 67th and Essington. Co.'s have heavy fire in a Junkyard. Fire is very DWH. [EAN 3305]. 12:08a.m.
· Update – PHILADELPHIA, PA: **3rd Alarm** Box 6549 at 67th and Essington. BATT 7 reports 200x300 area of junk and tires. Co.'s have explosions due to gas cans etc. Fire remains DWH. Large smoke column can be seen for miles. [EAN3621 3386 3305]. 12:45p.m.
· STLFN: BRENTWOOD (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO: Update on Brentwood FD’s incident at about 0200hrs this morning. It was a 2nd Alarm house fire at 2507 Kentland. They had at least 1 line off and a backup line in use. [STL819]. 2:00p.m.
· PHILADELPHIA, PA: **3rd Alarm** Final Update: Box 6549 at 67th and Essington Streets. Co.'s have over 20 handlines and Master Streams in service. Fire is under control at this time, but do have a lot of hot spots flaring up in the 200x300 area of the junks yard on fire. Hazmat Unit on scene. Several S/C's above the 3rd Alarm for relief purposes. Very extended operation. [EAN 3386 3621 3305]. 2:08p.m.
· CIFN: METROPOLIS (MASSAC Co.), IL: Civil Emergency – request evacuation of 7-10 blocks due to a working fire at a Duck Decoy Factory. Haz-Mat Chemical possibly involved. Massac Co. ESDA on scene with FD. [CIFN*2]. 2:30p.m.
· CIFN: CLAY CITY (CLAY Co.), IL: (1130hrs) – Washington & 3rd Street. House fully engulfed. Clay City FD was on scene for 1.5 hours. [CIFN*2/*19]. 4:01p.m.
· Working fire - FRAMINGHAM, MA: 66 Claflin St. Reported building fire. All Co.'s withdrawn from the building *483.7625* C105/C519/C101/C06 [TAC9-C422]. 5:20p.m.
· LEXINGTON PARK, MD: *Reported 2 planes have collided @ The Patuxent River N.A.S. NFI ATT. [DC8A/DC8]. 5:24p.m.
· NEWARK (ESSEX Co.), NJ: **2nd Alarm** Box 1145 on Summit St. between James St. & Sussex Ave. Fire is on 1st floor of a 10-story Hi-rise. Confirmed people hanging on 3rd floor. [EAN38-100-503]. 5:25p.m.
· PRINCE WILLIAM, VA: 2nd Alarm 2932 Wetherburn Ct (Dumfries Area). Kitchen fire. Grease flashed - Townhouse fully involved. Evacuation tones sounded. [DC62-DC FIRECOM]. 5:31p.m.
· Update - NEWARK (ESSEX Co.), NJ: *2nd Alarm* on Summit St. Fire originated on a 1st floor balcony. Heavy smoke thru out. Bulk of fire is knocked down. FD & EMS evacuating building. Elevators in-operable/stairs being used. [EAN100-38-503]. 5:34p.m.
· 2nd Alarm – FRAMINGHAM, MA: 66 Claflin St. Building fire. Companies ordered out of the building. All Companies working. *483.7625* C461/519/422/105 [TAC9-C66]. 5:36p.m.
· Update – NEWARK (ESSEX Co.), NJ: *2nd Alarm* Box 1145 on James St. Fire is knocked down & under control. Companies venting the building. EMS has at least 5 patients being transported for smoke inhalation. EMS have (1) 10-45 Code 1 (CPR in progress) *from the fire apartment* [EAN10-100-38-503]. 5:45p.m.
· STLFN: ST.LOUIS, MO: STLFD *1st Alarm* Report of explosion with fire @ 4723 Maffitt x Euclid. P26 reports heavy fire 1st floor of a 2-story brick building. 1 line off. PUMPERS: 26-24-10-28, HL15, BC805/806, SQD-2. [STL899]. 5:53p.m.
· Final Update – NEWARK (ESSEX Co.), NJ: *2nd Alarm* Summit St. Senior Hi-rise. FD & EMS have 3 BLS & 3 ALS patients. Fire was on # 1 floor balcony with extension to same apartment of a 10-story Hi-rise. 1 victim in cardiac arrest rescued from the fire apartment is likely. [EAN10-100-38-503]. 5:54p.m.
· Update – 2nd Alarm – FRAMINGHAM, MA: 66 Claflin St. Fire in a 2.5-story wood frame dwelling, fire thru the roof. Companies in defensive exterior attack. DWH *483.7625* C461/519/422/105 [TAC9-C66]. 5:55p.m.
· PRINCE WILLIAM, VA: Update - 2nd Alarm at 2932 Wetherburn Ct (Dumfries). 2 Townhouses involved. Fire under control at this time. Numerous transfers in progress. [DC62-DC FIRECOM]. 6:06p.m.
· MFN: ST. MARY'S Co, MD: Plane Crash on the property of The Patuxant Naval Air Station. Reported as 2 Planes involved. Confirmed Fatality of Pilot on one of the Aircraft. This is a Military Installation. Unknown if the accident occurred on the ground or in the air. The dead pilot was a Naval Aviator. [MFN1]. 6:08p.m.
· ENGLEWOOD, NJ: 2nd Alarm at 156 Engle St. Fire in a 2.5-story wood frame dwelling. Fire knocked down. [EANSTAFF-EAN10]. 7:01p.m.
· *LODD* in WASHINGTON Co., VA: The Abingdon VFD regrets to announce the death of 71 year-old Firefighter Fred Johnson, who died March 28 after a training session. Firefighter Johnson had 31 years of service with the department. May he rest in peace. [FEMA/VFN124]. 7:16p.m.
· MONTCLAIR (ESSEX Co.), NJ: **2nd Alarm** 93 Bay Street. Fire on the 1st floor of a 2.5-story frame. M/A for coverage. EAN18/465 * [EAN301]. 8:05p.m.
· Update – MONTCLAIR (ESSEX Co.), NJ: **2nd Alarm** 93 Bay St. 2 lines in operation. Companies making progress. M/A Fast Team to the scene. [EAN301]. 8:10p.m.
· ELIZABETH, NJ: 2nd Alarm @ 1051 Flora St. -2- vacant buildings well involved. [EAN44/10]. 9:05p.m.
· ELIZABETH, NJ: 3rd Alarm 1042 Flora St. -2- vacant house's well involved. Severe water problems. M/A to work/cover. [EAN44/10]. 9:12p.m.
· BLUE SPRINGS, MO: (Central Jackson Co. FPD) – Working fire @ 721 Main. Reported as a Commercial structure. M/A from Fort Osage FPD & SNI Valley FPD. Lee’s Summit change quarters. [KCFN-02]. 9:28p.m.
· Update – ELIZABETH, NJ: 3rd Alarm++ at 1042 Flora St. -3- 2.5-story wood frames fully inv. + collapse. Severe water problems. M/A to work/cover. [EAN44/10]. 9:40p.m.
· PRAIRIE TWP. (FRANKLIN Co.), OH: 2nd Alarm Equiv. 1997 S. High St. in Galloway. Fully involved single family dwelling with possibly 5 persons inside. Water shuttle in progress. DWH. [FPO/223/260/D703] (C). 11:57p.m.
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Columbus: W/F 606 Harrisburg Pike. 2 sty structure. Cos: Eng 193 (Franklin Twp), 10 (River Rats), 2 (War Wagon), Lad 10, 2, Res17cuE, Med 10, BN 1, 5. RIC: Eng 3, Med 17, 2, EMS 11, SO 2. FPO/D260 ©
Columbus: Extra Company W/F 606 Harrisburg Pike. Franklin Twp Eng 192 S/C'd. 2 H/L S/O. Eng 193 hand jacking a big like to Lad 10. RIC Eng laying in. BN 1 (Bauman) has command. FPO/D260 ©
Columbus: Extra Company W/F 606 Harrisburg Pike. 2 sty carry-out, irregular shape preventing ventilation. Fire now K/D. Prevention 193 & Air Supply 1 now enroute. FPO/D260 ©
Covington, KY (Kenton): W/F 19 West 9th. 2 sty bldg with fire on 1st floor. Cos: Pumper 1, 6, Trk 1, Heavy Rescue 1, Ambulance 1, Car 2. S/C Pumper 2. C/Q: Ludlow to Pumper 2. Pumper 8 to Pumper 1. Trk 7 to Trk 1. FPO/1002/D703 ©
Hamilton Twp (Franklin): W/F 4973 Meadowbrook Dr. Room & Contents fire in a 1 sty house. Quick K/D. Cos: Eng 171, 22 (Columbus), Lad 172, 22, Res4cuE, Ch 171, BN 4. FPO/D260 ©
Covington, KY (Kenton): Extra Company W/F 19 West 9th. Trk 7 & Pumper 8 S/C'd. FPO/1002/D703 ©
Covington, KY (Kenton): Extra Company W/F 19 West 9th. Fire K/D. Holding all companies except Trk 7. FPO/1002/D703 ©
Columbus: W/F 478 1/2 South 22nd St. Eng 8, Med 8 report a 6 unit Apt Bldg with possible people trapped. Cos: Eng 8, 3, 2 (War Wagon), Lad 8 (Fire Fightin' 8's), 2, Res2cuE, Med 8, BN 1, 4. FPO/D233 ©
Columbus: W/F 478 1/2 South 22nd St. RIC: Eng 15, Mes 2, EMS 14, SO 2. BN 1 (Smith) has Command). Quick K/D of stairwell fire. Searches negative. Holding all companies except Eng 15, & EMS 14. FPO/233/D284 ©
Columbus: W/F 1284 Cinnamon Place. Cos: Eng 31, 192 (Franklin Twp), 12, Lad 12, 26, Res17cuE, Med 195, BN 1, 4. RIC: Eng 26, Med 26, EMS 15, SO 2. EMS 15 reports fully involved 2 sty house. FPO/233/D284 ©
Columbus: W/F 1284 Cinnamon Place. Lad 12 (Capt Beard) has command. Fire K/D. Holding all companies except BN 1. FPO/233/D284 ©
*Traffic Advisory* I-75 NB between US 35 & SR 4 will be closed for the nest few hours due to an overturned truck at the I-75/SR 4 interchange. FPO/D320 ©
Middleburg Heights (Cuyahoga): MVA/PIN 7100 block of Pearl Rd (US 42). Semi vs pole with hi-voltage wires down on vehicle. CEI S/C'd on a rush. FPO/D703 ©
Columbus: W/F 2051 Lake Club Tr. Cos: Eng 23, 32, 164 (Truro Twp), Lad 23, 32, Res4cuE, Res592cuE (Violet Twp), Med 32, BN 6, 4. 2 sty apt bldg. W/F by BN 6. FPO/D284 ©
Columbus: W/F 2051 Lake Club Tr. RIC: Eng 5, Med 162 (Truro Twp), EMS 16, SO 2. FPO/D284 ©
Columbus: W/F 2051 Lake Club Tr. BN 6 (Trojack) reports fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/D284 ©
Jerome Twp (Union): W/F 8740 Herriot Rd. Cos: Eng 210, 211, 271 (Marysville), 341 (Concord Twp), Lad 91 (Washington twp), Tank 261 (Pleasant Valley JFD), Chief 211, BN 91. Barn fire next to a house. FPO/212/223/D260 ©
Jerome Twp (Union): W/F 8740 Herriot Rd. Cos: Eng 210, 91 (Washington Twp), 337 (Tri Twp), Lad 211, 91, Tank 213, Grass 261 (Pleasant Valley JFD). FPO/D212 ©
Jerome Twp (Union): W/F 8740 Herriot Rd. Eng 271 (Marysville), Tank 261 (Pleasant Valley JFD), 372 (Scioto Twp), Res216cuE, Chief 260 also on scene. FPO/D212 ©
Jerome Twp (Union): W/F 8740 Herriot Rd. Chief 211 on scene. Union County Fire paging for additional Jerome Twp personnel. FPO/D212 ©
Jerome Twp (Union): W/F 8740 Herriot Rd. Command reports fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/D212 ©
Columbus: W/F 6800 Block of Busch Blvd (SR 710). Heavy smoke from a 3 sty apt bldg. Cos: Eng 33, 24, 19, Lad 33, 101 (Worthington), 24, Res101enG, Med 24, BN 2, 7, 101. RIC: Eng 16, Med 33, EMS 12, SO 2. FPO/D260 ©
Whetstone Twp (Crawford): (Delayed from 2142) W/F 5101 C. E. Keiss Rd. Fully involved house fire. M/A Dallas, Bucyrus, Holmes, Jefferson Twp. Tanker shuttle in progress. Red Cross & AEP S/C'd. FPO/246/264/D320 ©
Columbus: W/F 6800 Block of Busch Blvd (SR 710). Fire confined to a 2nd floor mid-row apt with no extension. Heavy smoke throughout. Res16cuE & Minverva Park Med 119 also on the card. Fire K/D. Arson S/C'd. FPO/D260 ©
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*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
LOS ANGELES, CA:
MAJOR EMERGENCY STRUCTURE FIRE:
On Tuesday, April 02, 2002, at 0049 hours (12:49 a.m.), eighteen companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, five Battalion Command Teams, and four LAFD Rescue Ambulances, under the direction of Assistant Chief Terry Manning, responded to a Major Emergency Structure Fire at 2595 West Pico Boulevard in the Pico Heights area. First units on the scene reported a one-story 50’ x 150’ “building supply store” well involved with fire. Immediately taking a defensive position on the exterior of the building, Firefighters used heavy stream appliances to knock down the bulk of the flames and then used handlines to aggressively attack the fire from the interior confining the fire to “Pico Building Supply” and extinguishing the fire in one hour and one minute. No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is listed as under investigation. Fire damage is still being tabulated.
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Brooklyn, N.Y. 04/02/02 @ 06:30 hrs.
East New York Section
address: 48 Hendrix St.
between: Sunnyside Ave. & Jamica Ave.
1757 @ 06:27
Engs. 332, 233, 231, 236*
Lads. 175, 176
Assign Rescue #2 over in Manhatten at W.T.C.
Squad Co. #252
*4 Engs. / 2 Tks. w/ Sqd. due to many calls
10 - 75 - 1757 @ 06:31
TowerLadder 120 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Batt. 44 Division 15
@ 06:32 Special Call an add. Engine & Truck Eng. 290 & Lad. 103 s/c
2 Story Frame 20 x 50
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1757 @ 06:40
Rescue Co. #4 is assigned
Batt. 44 reports, Box 1757 were using all - hands for a fire in the basement, with extensions to the 1st. floor. The Fire's Doubtful.
@ 06:42 Batt. 44 reports, Probably Will Hold.
@ 06:46 Division 15 request the transmission of the 2nd. Alarm
2 - 2 - 1757 @ 06:46
Engs. 286, 225, 227 (balance assignment )
Batt. 37 "Safety Cord.
Batt. 28 "Comm. Cord."
Eng. 207 / Satalite 6
Fieldcom 1 Tac. Support #2
Car 4 "Charlie" City Wide Tour Commander
Division 15: Have put the "Fast" Truck, Lad. 120 to work.
Make TowerLadder 135 the "New" Fast Truck
Division 15: All visible fire has been extinguished. Primary search thru out the fire bldg. and exposures are negative. Trucks continuing to "Open Up" Fire is Still Doubtful.
Division 15: Probably Will Hold "K"
Division 15: All secondary searches thru out are negative.
Were UnderControl "K"
Have Brooklyn Union Gas respond forthwith, we have a serious gas leak here.
***BALTIMORE, MARYLAND FIRE HISTORY***
for April 2nd:
1987: 2 Alarms - Box#64 - 0407hrs - 1708 Light St - South Baltimore - Fire involved the Victory House Boarding House for men - There were no serious injuries - This has been the scene of many fires - (Note: Companies with a "*" have since been disbanded) 1st alarm @ 0407hrs = *E-12*, E-2, E-26, *E-17*, T-6, T-2, Medic-5, & BC-6 - 2nd alarm @ 0419hrs = *E-37*, E-23, *E-38*, E-58, T-23, T-5, *Aerial Tower #111*, Rescue-1, Air Flex-2 (Now Air Cascade-2), *Mobile Hospital Unit-1*, BC-5, *DC-1*, & Medic-9 - Fire under control @ 0430hrs. (CHM1*TGA)
2001: 2 Alarms - Box#8-8 - 2307hrs - 1610 N Fulton Ave - Sandtown (Northwest Of Downtown) - BC-3, Thomas, reports a 2 story brick rowhouse with heavy fire in the rear with extension to either exposure - 1st alarm @ 2307hrs = E-8, E-52, E-36, E-13, T-10, T-16, & BC-3 - Working fire @ 2312hrs = Rescue-1, Air Cascade-1, & BC-5 - 2nd alarm @ 2313hrs = E-14, E-20, T-18, & T-2 - "A" Shift. (GTE*TGA)
George T. Ehrman
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