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Friday, December 20, 2002

EAST PROVIDENCE, RI: Working fire at 248 Cresent View, Cresent View Manor. Fire in 1 room, 1 10-45C2+ with 3rd degree burns to RIH Trauma Center. All Companies working. PWH. *470.7625* [TAC9-C51]. 12:22a.m.

BOSTON, MA: Working fire, Box-1247 at 101 Atlantic Ave. C6 reports fire beneath 1st floor stairwell of a 5-story brick. 2-lines stretched and operating. Fire knocked down. PWH. *483.1875* [TAC9-C20]. 12:59a.m.

DEDHAM, MA: Working fire, Box 632 at 254 Westfield St. A carriage house. Mutual Aid to cover. *153.950* [TAC9-C520]. 1:41a.m.

STLFN: OVERLAND (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO: Community FPD has a serious MVA with a car crashing into a building at Brown and Midland Streets. Three Ambulances have been dispatched. From North County Fire Alarm Office - apparently there is a lot of debris blocking the street. [STL819]. 2:04a.m.

TOWNSEND, MA: MVA at 400 Main St. Entrapment. Jaws in use. *453.900* [TAC9-C520]. 2:13a.m.

Update - DEDHAM, MA: Working fire - Box 632 at 254 Westfield St. Vacant 2-story carriage house fully involved. *153.950* [TAC9-C520]. 2:14a.m.

MANCHESTER, CT: Working fire at 58 Essex Street. Reported heavy smoke showing from a residential structure. M/A to scene and coverage. CT192 [TAC9-C20]. 3:09a.m.

BOSTON, MA: Working fire, Box-1571 at 131 Newbury Street. Reported fire in 2-rooms on the top floor of a structure. 2-lines stretched and operating. *483.1875* C519 [TAC9-C20]. 3:43a.m.

Update BOSTON, MA: Working fire on Box-1571 at 131 Newbury Street. CAR-3 reports fire in 2-rooms on the top floor of a 5-story brick. Fire knocked down. Co.'s overhauling and checking for extension. PWH. *483.1875* C519 [TAC9-C20]. 3:47a.m.

STANDISH, MAINE: MVA at Rt.25 & new entrance to Rt.113. Multiple vehicles involved. One patient trapped with Jaws operating. OIC requesting Paramedics to the scene. All roads in area icing over. *154.100* [TAC9-C31]. 6:59a.m.

HOPKINTON, NH: MVA on Boundtree Rd near Autumn Ridge. Rollover with entrapment & injury. Jaws operating. *154.355/460.5875* [TAC9-C31]. 7:10a.m.

SANFORD, NC (LEE, 35 mi SW of RALEIGH) **Multiple Alarm** Chisholm & Wilson. Large block long 100 year-old cotton mill, fully involved on arrival. Defensive operations. Nearby dwellings evacuated. Railroad stopped due to radiant heat. [CFP*791/700]. 7:47a.m.

STLFN: LEMAY (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO: LEMAY FPD has a 1st Alarm fire in the basement at 749 Erskine. First in Company reports smoke showing. Chief 1600 reports one line off so far on a 1-story frame. [STL810]. 8:26a.m.

STLFN: LEMAY (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO: Update - LEMAY FPDs 1st Alarm fire at 749 Erskine: Chief 1600 reports two lines off - will hold. St. Louis City & Affton FDs assisting. Move-up Mehlville 1710 to Lemay Engine House. Final. [STL810]. 8:36a.m.

**L.O.D.D.** It is with deep regret that we announce the death of TPR. Robert W. Ambrose of the N.Y. State Police - Tarrytown Station. He was killed last evening when his vehicle exploded after being struck in the rear. Trooper Ambrose was a 5year veteran of the Dept. 8:56a.m.

CARMEL, ME: Working fire on Rt.2 at Andrews Auto Body. Multi-vehicles on fire in a junkyard. *153.74* C122 [TAC9-C158]. 9:11a.m.

SCARBOROUGH, ME: Working fire - Box 7322 at Hillcrest Trailer Park of Rt.1 at 76 Ridgecrest Dr. Mobile Home fire. *154.130* [TAC9-C31]. 10:03a.m.

2nd Alarm MILTON, MA: Box-2112 at 101 Walcourt Road. Church-fire in the walls. 1 line operating. M/A for coverage. *483.512* [TAC9-C67]. 10:08a.m.

STLFN: LEMAY (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO - Lemay FPD has a 1st Alarm house fire at 120 E. Loretta x S. Broadway. Chief 1600 reports fire in a 2-story frame house. 2 Co.'s leading off. St. Louis City FD & Affton FPD assisting. [STL810]. 10:08a.m.

STLFN: LEMAY (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO: Update - Lemay FPDs 1st Alarm house fire at 120 E. Loretta x S. Broadway: Chief 1600 reports 2-story frame house - fully involved - "condition doubtful". Move-up Mehlville 1710 to Lemay Engine House. [STL810]. 10:12a.m.

3rd Alarm MILTON, MA: Box-2112 at 101 Walcourt Road. Fire in a Church. Fire walls extending up. M/A to scene & coverage. *483.512* [TAC9-C67]. 10:16a.m.

STLFN: LEMAY (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO: Update - Lemay FPDs 1st Alarm house fire at 120 E. Loretta x S. Broadway: Chief 1600 reports fire in an occupied 2-story frame house is now under control. [STL810]. 10:19a.m.

Update MILTON, MA: 3rd Alarm on Box-2112 at 101 Walcourt Road, "St. Pius Church". Moderate smoke condition in attic. *483.512* [TAC9-C67]. 10:24a.m.

BOSTON, MA: Working fire on Box 1825 at 48 Newport Ave. Engine 39 reports smoke showing on arrival from a structure. Companies charging lines. *483.1875* C714 [TAC9-C302]. 10:40a.m.

OSSIPEE, NH: Working fire across from 49 Sawyer Rd. Mobile home heavily involved. M/A to the fire. *154.175* [TAC9-C31]. 10:42a.m.

ROXBURY (MORRIS Co.), NJ: *LODD* It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Det. Kyle Sheplak a 12 year veteran of the Roxbury Police Dept. Det. Sheplak leaves behind a wife and 2 kids. [EAN26]. 11:57a.m.

Update MILTON, MA: 3rd Alarm on Box-2112 at St. Pius Church, 101 Walcourt Road: 1-story brick/wood church. Fire in altar area knocked down. Investigation ongoing *483.512* [TAC9-C67]. 12:00p.m.

PROVIDENCE, RI: Working fire at 234 Hope St. "Hope High School". Fire in a bathroom on floor 2. S/C 2 Engines, 1 ladder for staging. *159.360* [TAC9-C51]. 12:24p.m.

ST. CLAIR SHORES (MACOMB Co.), MI: *2nd Alarm* 21800 Marter Rd. Fire in the Greek Assumption Church. M/A from Roseville & Eastpointe. [FNNM-198>400]. 1:04p.m.

NEW HAVEN, CT: Working fire on Atwater Street. Fire in a 2.5-story wood frame dwelling. CT19 [TAC9-C461]. 1:35p.m.

MELROSE, MA: MVA on Tremont St. by Randy's Carwash. E2 & l1 operating the Jaws. *159.405* [TAC9-C158]. 2:07p.m.

PUTNEY, VT: 2nd Alarm - Westminster West Rd. Structure fire. M/A to the fire. *154.430/453.0125* [TAC9-C31]. 2:31p.m.

2nd Alarm FITCHBURG, MA: 323 Princeton Rd. Fire in an unknown type building. *154.250* [TAC9-C108]. 2:46p.m.

3rd Alarm PUTNEY, VT: Westminster West Rd & Kimball Hill Rd, near the Fire Station. Large 3-story wood frame building well involved. Extensive M/A to the fire. *154.430/453.0125* [TAC9-C31]. 2:57p.m.

RANDOLPH, MA: Working fire at 14 Grove Lane. Fire in cellar of a ranch dwelling. *483.6625* [TAC9-C67]. 3:10p.m.

STLFN: JEFFERSON Co., MO: Cedar Hill FPD - 1st Alarm house fire at 10541 Tom Frost Rd x Hwy NN. At least one line off. Co.'s will be on the scene for extensive overhaul. Fire came in at 2:15pm. [STL800HL/810]. 3:12p.m.

Update FITCHBURG, MA: 2nd Alarm at 323 Princeton Rd. Fire in a 1-story 30 x 250 wood frame vacant warehouse. Using 3 Engines & 2 Ladders. Moderate smoke condition. Fire is PWH. *154.250* C108 O/S [TAC9-C108]. 3:15p.m.

Update RANDOLPH, MA: Working fire at 14 Grove Lane. Fire in dryer - extend to walls. Fire knocked down. Checking for extension. *483.6625* [TAC9-C67]. 3:18p.m.

Update PUTNEY, VT: 3rd Alarm downtown fire at Westminster West Rd & Kimball Hill Rd. Fire involves a large 3-story building. S/C additional Cascade Truck from Walpole, NH & SCBA Firefighters from Chesterfield & West Chesterfield, NH. Fire remains DWH. *154.430/453.0125 [TAC9-C31]. 3:18p.m.

MAGNOLIA (CAMDEN Co.), NJ: (Overnite) *Fatal-fire* 335 W. Evesham Ave. The job around (0330hrs ET). The male who was found on 2nd floor was pronounced DOA at hospital. [EANSTAFF 3305]. 3:36p.m.

HOWELL TWP. (MONMOUTH Co.), NJ: *Second Alarm* at 4693 Route 9 Northbound. Working structure fire in a commercial occupancy. M/A to the scene for Engine, Ladder and manpower. [EAN700]. 5:23p.m.

KANSAS CITY, MO: 1st Alarm fire @ 109 NW 101st St. x Wyandotte. Fire showing from a 1-story frame single-family dwelling. CAR108/103, P3, P16, P38, P40, R16, T4. [KCFN-02]. 7:17p.m.

KANSAS CITY, MO: The 1st Alarm @ 109 NW 101st St. Terrace (corrected address) has been struck out b/o CAR108. Fire under control. Extensive overhaul underway. [KCFN-02]. 7:38p.m.

Incident Command - HIDALGO Co., NM: MCI - Tour bus rollover on I-10 & NM Hwy 80. MP5. Reported bus rollover with many patients & fatalities. Numerous Medevac Helicopters en-route from Southern AZ. [ICP327,904m]. 7:55p.m.

STLFN: BALLWIN (ST.LOUIS Co.), MO: Metro-West FPD *1st Alarm* working residence fire @ 639 Highland. Fire started in a couch. 1 line off & supply line laid. [STL899]. 8:06p.m.

CRANSTON, RI: Working fire at 1763 Cranston St. Structure fire. *154.010* [TAC9-C28]. 8:09p.m.

Update CRANSTON, RI: Working fire at 1783 Cranston St. 1-story Commercial Furniture Store. Fire knocked down & P/W/H. [TAC9-C28]. 8:14p.m.

WOODBURY, CT: 770 Sherman Hill Road. Reported plane into a house with explosion. NFI CT3403/CT3404 [TAC9-C20]. 8:14p.m.

MARLBORO, MA: Working fire on Phelps Road. Reported fire in a dwelling. Co.'s charging lines. EMS requested for 1045's with smoke inhalation. *858.4625* [TAC9-C20]. 8:21p.m.

STLFN: BALLWIN (ST.LOUIS Co.), MO: Update: Metro-West FPDs *1st Alarm* working residence fire @ 639 Highland. Room & contents fire. Fire now under control. *FINAL* [STL899]. 8:26p.m.

STLFN: 1730hrs. EAST ST.LOUIS (ST.CLAIR Co.), IL: ESTLFD Companies 426 & 424 responded to a house fire in the 600 block of N.53rd. 1.5-story frame fully involved. E426 caught a plug, 2 Deck Pipes & 2 lines off. Trucks are back in quarters. [STL997]. 8:29p.m.

Update MARLBORO, MA: Working fire on Phelps Road. Fire in dwelling. I/C reports 1-line stretched and operating. Additional EMS requested for 1045's with smoke inhalation. *858.4625* [TAC9-C20]. 8:32p.m.

WARREN, ME: Working fire at 912 Beechwood St. 1-story barn fully involved with exposures. M/A going in. *153.980/33.70* C398/101 [TAC9-C28]. 8:40p.m.

Update MARLBORO, MA: Working fire at 156 Phelps Road. Fire in a dwelling. 1-line stretched and operating. Additional EMS to scene for 3-1045's with smoke inhalation - being transported to Marlboro Hospital. *858.4625* [TAC9-C20]. 8:45p.m.

ROSEVILLE (MACOMB Co.), MI: 2nd Alarm Equiv. 25870 Mackinaw. House - fire thru the roof. Roof collapsing. Roseville, St. Clair Shores and East Pointe on scene. (FNNM-215>69) (c). 9:34p.m.

Incident Update: HIDALGO Co., NM: MCI Rollover on I-10 & NM Hwy 80. MP5. Command reported 28 patients & 1 fatality. 3 Medevac Helicopters were utilized. [ICP327,904i]. 9:44p.m.

BRONX, NY: **2nd Alarm** Box-3507 at 2857 Valentine Ave. near 198th St. Fire on the 2nd floor of a 6-story brick occupied multiple dwelling. DWH. [EAN301]. 10:26p.m.

Update BRONX, NY: **2nd Alarm** Box-3507 at 2857 Valentine Ave. 1 10-45 Code 1 found in the fire apartment. Still DWH. [EAN301]. 10:29p.m.

BRONX *2nd Alarm* Box 3507 @ 198 St. & Valentine Ave. 6-story brick occupied multiple dwelling - fire #2 floor. AMBS requested to the scene. 1 DOA recovered so far. * [MNS-2]. 10:36p.m.

Update BRONX, NY: *2nd Alarm* Box 3507 @ Valentine Ave & 198 St. 6-story brick 150x150 "H" type occupied multiple dwelling with fire #2 floor. DOA reported earlier has been changed to a life threatening injury by DIV6. Fire under control. * [MNS-2]. 10:45p.m.

EAST PROVIDENCE, RI: MVA on Rte 195 East at Washington Bridge. Serious multiple vehicle accident. Multiple victims. S/C additional ALS with a PUSH. Request Foam Unit and Photo Recon. *470.7625/482.7250* [TAC9-C51]. 11:15p.m.

Incident Update: HIDALGO Co., NM: MCI Rollover on I-10 & NM Hwy 80. MP5. Now 2 fatalities reported. One a 7 year-old boy, the other a 54 year-old female. Bus was en-route from Chihuahua, Mexico back to PHX. I-10 was just reopened with a severe traffic backup near Lordsburg. [ICP327,904i]. 11:31p.m.


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BALTIMORE, MD (14-8): *Working fire* / Dwelling / Unit blk S Carrollton Ave / W of downtown / Have a 2 sty brk row w/fire 2nd fl / Poss people trapped / WFD en-route. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 21:12

U/D BALTIMORE, MD (14-8): Working fire / Vac storefront / Unit blk S. Carrollton Ave. / Have fire 1st fl rear of (2) bldgs / (1) inj FF / 2nd Medic rqstd. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 21:26


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Columbus FD: MVA/PIN I-71 SB @ Hudson. Cos: Eng 16, Med 16, Res16cuE, EMS 13. FPO/276/D217

- 1339
Youngstown FD: Extra Company W/F Box # 3124 @ 1609 Wilson. Fire in a scrap yard with reports of people trapped in a bldg near fire. Cos: Eng 6, 7, 9, Lad 22, squad 33, BN 1, 2. Eng 12 S/C'd. FPO/724/258/D256

- 1447
Southington VFD (Trumbull): US 422 near OSP post. Squad 45 reports 3 cars, heavy damage. M/A Sta 47, 48, 49 for Medic 47, 49, Squad 48. 4 victims so far. FPO/D256

- 1450
Southington VFD (Trumbull): US 422 near OSP Post. 1 vehicle rollover. 1 victim pinned in overturned vehicle, victim has penetrating head wound. MLF S/C'd. M/A Sta 21 for Med 21. Add Res 45 to the card. FPO/D256

- 1459
Southington VFD (Trumbull): US 422 near OSP Post. MLF had 20-25 minute ETE, cancelled prior to lift-off from Metro. Possible fatality on scene. FPO/D256

- 1640
Washington Twp FD (Franklin): MVA/PIN 5700 block of Houchard Rd. Cos: Eng 91, Lad 91, Med 93, Res81enG, BN 91, 81. MedFlight S/C'd. Car on its top into a tree. FPO/223/D284

- 1645
Washington Twp FD (Franklin): MVA/PIN 5700 block of Houchard Rd. Add Res 92, Med 91 to the card. MedFlight # 1 with 1 minute ETE. 22 year old female victim. LZ set up on Cosgray Rd. FPO/223/D284

- 1650
Washington Twp FD (Franklin): MVA/PIN 5700 block of Houcnard Rd. Extrication complete. MedFlight has victim. FPO/223/D284

- 1759
Western Reserve JFD (Mahoning): MVA/PIN on Youngstown-Pittsburgh Rd. Sta 92 reports person pinned. Crews using the tools. FPO/724/D276

- 1835
Norwich Twp FD (Franklin): Extra Company MVA/PIN I-270 & Davidson Rd Overpass. Cos: Eng 80, Res 81, Med 81, BN 81. BN 81 requesting 2 extra medics and an extra rescue. FPO/284/D249

- 1835
Green FD (Summit): ALERT 2 Akron-Canton Airport. Dornier with 33 SOB, 1900 lbs of fuel. Engine oil indicator light on. Green FD enroute. FPO/D701

- 1841
Green FD (Summit): ALERT 2 Akron-Canton Airport. Aircraft landed without incident. Companies in service. FPO/D701

- 1926
Elyria FD (Lorain): MVA/PIN 15th St & Middle Ave. Cos: Eng 1, Res31cuE, Chief 15, LifeCare EMS Unit 91, & 92. FPO/D703

- 2005
Norwich Twp FD (Franklin): Extra Company MVA/PIN I-270 & Davidson Rd overpass. Trauma alerts to Grant, Riverside, & Mt Carmel West. FPO/249/D284

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12/20/02 2nd Alm Kansas City, KS 9th & Cheyenne, heavy fire in a pallet yard extended to auto salvage and scrap yard, fire wind-swept, water supply problems, aerials, deck guns and handlines operating.

1st Alm: Pumpers 3, 7, 9, Trucks 1, 7, Res1cue, Car 32, Car 62.
2nd Alm: Pumpers 1, 5, 11, Truck 14, Car 22, Car 61.



Burlington, KY (Boone Co.) Dec. 20, 2002

The Burlington Fire Protection District was dispatched shortly after 1400hrs for a dwelling fire on Kingsgate Drive, off of Burlington Pike. Units responding immediately called a working fire as a large header was visible from quarters.

The fire was showing from all windows on Side 1, 1st and 2nd floors. A young woman and her two children escaped when the 2yo woke the sleeping mother to the Christmas tree in flames. The fire was quickly knocked down.

UNITS: Burlington Chief 725, Engines 703, 704, Ladder 710, Squad 714, Hebron FD Engine 351, Air Truck 1517, Petersburg FD Chief 1225

M Fronimos


Brooklyn, N.Y. 12/20/02
All - Hands #1 @ 21:15 hrs.
Kings Plaza Area

Box 2360
address: 5810 Farragut Rd.
between: East 58th. St. & East 59th. St.

2360 @ 21:05
Engs. 310, 257, 323
Lads. 174, 170
Batt. 58

10 - 75 - 2360 @ 21:10
TowerLadder 159 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 209
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
Batt. 44
Division 15

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 2360 @ 21:11
Batt. 58 reports, Were going to use All - Hands. We have a fire in a 3rd. floor bedroom Apt. 1 - line being stretched. Truck's are "Opening Up' "K"

Fire Building:
6 Story Brick 75 x 75 M.D.

@ 21:15 Batt. 58:
All visible fire has been knocked down. You can turn back all the "Special Units" "K"

@ 21:18 Batt. 58:
Primary search in the fire Apt. & the adjoining Apt. is negative.

@ 21:22 Batt. 58:
Secondary search completed & is negative. Fire UnderControl.


All - Hands #2 @ 22:00 hrs.
Stuyvesant Section

Box 1616
address: 1802 Atlantic Ave.
between: Rochester Ave. & Utica Ave.

1616 @ 21:55
Engs. 234, 214, 227
Lads. 123, 111
Batt. 38

10 - 75 - 1616 @ 21:59
Ladder 112 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 222
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
Batt. 37
Division 15

Fire Building:
1 Story Brick 20 x 40
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Street
Exp. #3: Is a Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Yard

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1616 @ 22:04
Batt. 38 reports, Using aAll - Hands for a fire in a Gas Station. Fire's on the roof of the bldg., looks like rubbish. May have possible extensions inside. 1 - line stretched & in operation. 2nd. line is standing fast. Truck's are "Opening Up'

@ 22:09 Batt. 38:
Probably Will Hold. All searches are negative. Going down
to 2 & 2 "K"

@ 22:13 Batt. 38:
Fire is UnderControl.




On Friday, December 20, 2002 at 2038 Hours (8:38 PM PST), twelve Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, two LAFD Rescue Ambulances and two Chief Officer Command Teams under Assistant Chief Curtis James responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 4036 West Ingraham Street in Hancock Park. The first Company to arrive on scene reported a two-story residence with full attic fire involvement. Firefighters extended handlines within the very large single family home to mount a brisk and well-coordinated assault on the flames, while other Firefighters worked diligently alongside them to protect possessions from collateral fire damage. Their efforts were clearly festinated by colleagues who scaled a steep faade and mission tile roof to perform arduous vertical ventilation. These well-attuned efforts confined the fire to the attic, allowing complete extinguishment in just 18 minutes. There were no injuries. Loss from the fire is estimated at $35,000 ($30,000 structure & $5,000 contents). The cause of this fire is attributed to use of a malapropos fireplace and chimney.

Yours in Safety and Service,

Brian Humphrey
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD - E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

Fax: (213) 485-2708
LAFD E-Mail: beh9593@lafd.lacity.org
LAFD Website: http://www.lafd.org



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