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Saturday, November 09, 2002
· LEBANON, ME: MVA on Hubbard Road in the vicinity of the First Bridge. Reported rollover with entrapment. Jaws working. *460.5500* C603 [TAC9-C20]. 12:16a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS Co., MO: Community FPD has a fire in a building at Page and Woodson. Ladder 3822 reported heavy smoke in the area on arrival. They have 1 pre-connect off. [STL819]. 1:35a.m.
· WALTHAM, MA: Working fire on Box-256 in the rear of 109 Overland Road. Engine-4 reports a shed in the rear yard - fully involved. Co.'s charging lines. All Companies working. *453.8375* [TAC9-C20]. 1:57a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD 1st Alarm at 4937 Chippewa x Lawn. Fire in a 1st floor Apartment of a 3-story occupied Apartment building. One line off. PUMPERS: 36, 35, 22, 31 & 19, H&L 4, RESCUE SQUAD 1, BC803 & 804. [STL810]. 4:18a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: Update – STLFD’s 1st Alarm at 4937 Chippewa x Lawn: Fire in a 1st floor Apt of a 3-story occupied Apartment building. One line off. Fire under control. Primary search negative. [STL810]. 4:26a.m.
· STLFN: MILLSTADT (ST. CLAIR Co.), IL: Working structure fire at Hwy 163 & Zingg Rd. Building under construction is well involved. Mutual Aid called for Tankers. [STL810]. 4:28a.m.
· 2nd Alarm – TORONTO (ONTARIO), CANADA: 32 Milford Ave. Dwelling well involved. 2nd Pump taking hydrant. TFN315/TFN409 [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:39a.m.
· Update – TORONTO (ONTARIO), CANADA: 2nd Alarm at 32 Milford Ave. All crews ordered out of the building for defensive attack. TFN301/TFN409 [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:46a.m.
· STLFN: (0430hrs) CRYSTAL CITY (JEFFERSON Co.), MO: Crystal City FD had a working fire @ 510 Bailey Rd. Restaurant fire. Visible smoke/flames on arrival. M/A from Festus FD. [STL800(H/L)STL899]. 8:58a.m.
· STLFN: WASHINGTON PARK (ST.CLAIR Co.), IL: Washington Park FD has a working structure fire in the 1800 block of N. 50th Street. M/A has been requested to scene & to stand-by. [STL899]. 9:18a.m.
· WOODBRIDGE TWP., NJ: 2nd Alarm on arrival on W. Warren St. Fully involved private dwelling. M/A to work. [EAN44/10]. 9:28a.m.
· Update - WOODBRIDGE TWP., NJ: Now a 3rd Alarm on West Warren St. Large private dwelling - well involved with extensive operations. M/A to work/cover. [EAN44/10]. 10:07a.m.
· STLFN: (1051hrs) ST.LOUIS, MO: STLFD had a working fire @ 4108 W. Penrose. 1 line off on a 2-story building. Fire on the roof. [STL899]. 11:15a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working fire at 5717 Mimika. Small fire in the basement. One line off. PUMPERS: 12, 26, 27, TL2, BC806. [STL810]. 11:33a.m.
· PLAISTOW, NH: MVA on Plaistow Road at Wentworth Road. Jaws in use. *154.190* C101 [TAC9-C461]. 12:58p.m.
· BEDFORD, NH: MVA/MCI on Wallace Road at Town Land Fill. MCI declared. Mutual Aid Ambulances to the scene. *453.875* C101 [TAC9-C461]. 1:05p.m.
· MONTGOMERY Co., MD: **2nd Alarm* house fire in the 500 block Haleen. House under construction. [DC5]. 3:15p.m.
· MONTGOMERY Co., MD: Update **2nd Alarm on arrival** Helene St & Sheila St (Co.31-Rockville). Fire 3-story Townhouse. Exposure problems. [DC2]. 3:15p.m.
· 2nd Alarm - HAMPSTEAD, NH: 156 Wash Pond Road. A house fire. M/A from Derry, Sandown, Danville, and East Derry with Tankers to the fire. *154.130* [TAC9-C101]. 3:21p.m.
· COHOES (ALBANY Co.), NY: *General Alarm fire* 175 Congress St. x Newark to George Streets. Fire in a large 3-story brick Apartment building. Mutual Aide from numerous Albany & Rensselaer County Fire Depts. [#MNS750#]. 4:15p.m.
· NEWBURY, MA: 19 High Street. A building fire. M/A to work & cover. *154.145/158.955* [TAC9-C101]. 4:48p.m.
· Update - NEWBURY, MA: Working fire at 8 High Road. Fire is in a 1-story wood frame structure 20x40 with a moderate smoke condition. Interior crews making an aggressive attack. *154.145/158.955* [TAC9-C101]. 5:12p.m.
· DES MOINES, IA: (16:40hrs) A 2nd Alarm @ 1214 Buchanan. Reported as a house fire with heavy smoke & fire showing on arrival. [CHGO6/1/7/NIL405] (C). 7:09p.m.
· PATERSON (PASSAIC Co.), NJ: **2nd Alarm** 3rd Ave and East 18th St. Roof fire on a public school. [EAN301]. 7:18p.m.
· BROCKTON, MA: Working fire on Coe Road "Ashfield School.” Engine 7 reports a fire on the roof. *154.310* c101 [TAC9-C461]. 7:36p.m.
· Update - BROCKTON, MA: Working fire on Coe Road "Ashfield School". Engine 7 reports a small fire on the roof with a smoke condition in the school. [TAC9-C461]. 7:39p.m.
· NORWELL, MA: MVA at 225 Old Oaken Bucket Road. OIC reports (3) victims trapped. Jaws in use. C227 [TAC9-C461]. 8:57p.m.
· Update – NORWELL, MA: MVA at 225 Old Oaken Bucket Road. Request for (3) additional Ambulances, ALS & Norwell Ladder. 1-rollover with (4) trapped. Extended extrication. C227/C519 [TAC9-C461]. 9:06p.m.
· Update – NORWELL, MA: MVA at 225 Old Oaken Bucket Road. Now request for Medflight. L/Z is at the Norwell Fire Station on Washington Street (Route 53). C227/C519 [TAC9-C461]. 9:10p.m.
· LYNN, MA: 2nd Alarm on arrival Box 465. 6 Friend St. Building fire. *153.415/154.415* C24 [TAC9-C30]. 9:20p.m.
· Update – NORWELL, MA: MVA at 225 Old Oaken Bucket Road. C2 reports all victims have been extricated. Medflight has been returned due to weather. C227/C519 O/S [TAC9-C461]. 9:28p.m.
· 3rd Alarm - LYNN, MA: Box 465 at 6 Friend St. 3-story rooming house well involved. Ground ladders being set up. S/C M/A ALS Units to the scene. All Co.'s now ordered out. *154.415/153.800 C24 [TAC9-C30]. 9:31p.m.
· DENVER, CO: 2 Alarm structure fire at 1065 S. Fillmore Way. Structure fire with two Deck Guns up. Special for E-11 R-1 Several lines out. All companies working. [MNN 264/006]. 9:39p.m.
· Update - LYNN, MA: 3rd Alarm - Box 465 at 6 Friend St. Large 2.5-story rooming house 50x75 - well involved. Numerous rescues made. 4-5 1045's transported. Exterior operations. C251 O/S C24 [TAC9-C30]. 9:45p.m.
· Update - LYNN, MA: 3rd Alarm - Box 465 at 6 Friend St. Heavy fire top floor & attic. 1 hand line, 2 Ladder Pipes, 1 deck gun in operation. Exposures protected. Several 1045's to be transported. C251/C105/C24 [TAC9-C30]. 10:18p.m.
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Columbus FD: (Delayed from 0445) W/F Welsh & Morrill. Cos: Eng 14, 22, Lad 22, Res2cuE, Med 14, BN 4. 1 sty detatched garage. No RIC needed. Arson S/C'd. FPO/276/D217 ©
Columbus FD: Extra Company MVA Myrtle Ave & Brentnell Ave. Cos: Eng 132, Med 16, Res16cuE. 2 Add'l Medics S/C'd. Med 18, 20 enroute. FPO/276/D260 ©
Columbus FD: Extra Company MVA Myrtle Ave & Brentnell Ave. 4th Medic & EMS Supervisor S/C'd. Med 61 & EMS 11 enroute. Med 16 to Childrens with 1. FPO/276/D260 ©
Columbus FD: Extra Company MVA Myrtle Ave & Brentnell Ave. EMS 11 reports Med 61's victim is a Trauma Alert. Med 18 to OSU Main, Med 20 to OSU East. FPO/276/D260 ©
Columbus FD: Extra Company MVA Myrtle Ave & Brentnell Ave. Med 18 & 61 with Level 2 Traumas to OSU Main. This was a T-Bone collision. CPD in charge. FPO/276/D260 ©
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