Thread: World Of Fire Report: 02-03-03
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World Of Fire Report: 02-03-03
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Monday, February 03, 2003
· PHILADELPHIA, PA: **5th Alarm** Box 534 @ 2400 Grays Ferry Avenue. Deputy reports a fully involved 3 story commercial building. [MNS 142]. 12:29a.m.
· W/F HARTFORD, CT: 215 Thomaston Street. Reported heavy smoke showing from a 1.5-story occupied house. Add Engine Co. S/C. *154.310/800* C-9 [TAC9-C20]. 1:09a.m.
· MANHEIM TWP. (LANCASTER Co.), PA: *3rd Alarm*: Keller Rd. A dwelling f/i with extension to exposures. Transfers for coverage. *33.64/33.68* FPO/D260(c). 4:31a.m.
· BALTIMORE, MD (44-13): *Fatal* Apt fire / 200 Cross Keys Rd - Apt#33 / "Village of Cross Keys" (N. Balt) / Rest of the Box rqstd for the apt fire / have *(1) Pri-4 (DOA) civilian in the 3rd fl apt* / Fire U/C / AC-2 & Fire Invest enrt. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 5:35a.m.
· STLFN: GREY SUMMIT (FRANKLIN Co.), MO: Boles FPD *1st Alarm* structure fire @ 3241 W. Osage St. Rpt of occ's trapped. M/A from Jefferson Co. FPD's. Move-ups made. [STL899]. 6:31a.m.
· BRISTOL, NH: MVA on Route 3A at Amy's Ice Cream. Entrapment - Jaws to work. M/A Rescue from New Hampton req. *159.900* [TAC9-C101]. 6:54a.m.
· KEARNY NJ **2nd Alarm** 274 Hickory St. Fire in the basement of a dwlg. 2 l/s/o'g. FDJC M/A cover. [EAN318/503]. 7:30a.m.
· WORCESTER, MA: W/F 1182 Grafton Street. Fire in a 1-story house. OIC reports F/I. *800* [TAC9-C101]. 7:34a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a 1st Alarm house fire at 4765 St. Louis. Initial report of heavy fire in the rear with extension to side 2. Primary search was done on both buildings and all occupants are accounted for. DC810 reports fire is now u/c. [STL819]. 7:45a.m.
· U/D KEARNY (HUDSON Co.), NJ: **2nd Alarm Equiv & Police Officer stabbed** 274 Hickory St. Basement fire in a pvt dwelling. Officer stabbed (unk circumstances) transported to hospital with **non-life threatening** wounds. FDJC & Harrison M/A for cover. [EAN299-218-388-800-503]. 8:00a.m.
· STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD had a 1st Alarm house fire at 4765 St. Louis. It spread to exposure 2 and fire is now u/c. All occupants are accounted for. [STL819]. 8:09a.m.
· SALISBURY, MA: W/F 440 North End Boulevard. 1.5-story house fire. *158.955* [TAC9-C31]. 8:39a.m.
· PINE ISLAND (ORANGE Co.), NY **2nd Alarm** on Pinlow Lane. Bldg fire. Add'l Tankers req to the scene from Warwick and Florida Fire Depts. [EAN388]. 8:50a.m.
· STOUGHTON, MA: MVA Park Street. Jaws in use. 1 10-45 still trapped. *453.025* C227/C6 [TAC9-C15]. 9:17a.m.
· 2nd Alarm FRAMINGHAM, MA: Glen St. Building fire. OIC reports heavy fire in the basement. ACW DWH. *483.7625* C101 [TAC9-C158]. 10:06a.m.
· U/D FRAMINGHAM, MA: 2nd Alarm - Glen St. OIC reports 2.5sty building. Basement fire that extended to floor 2. Fire k/d. Co.'s overhauling. ACW. M/A to cover. *483.7625* C101 [TAC9-C158]. 10:16a.m.
· STLFN: O’FALLON (ST.CHARLES Co.), MO: O’Fallon FD has a 1st alarm commercial fire at 100 Center On The Lake. The fire is now under control. NFI ATT [STL819]. 10:53a.m.
· FRANKLIN PARK (COOK Co.), IL: A Level II Hazmat and EMS Box Alarm at 9145 King for the rptd 5000 gallon tank of Hydrochloric Acid free flowing outside the bldg. Vapor cloud present in the area with some evacuations. [CHGO-5/7/14/21/148/223/426/265]. 12:08p.m.
· FAIRFIELD, CT: MVA I-95 North by Exit 21. T.T. unit rollover off the highway. 1 trapped. Jaws operating. CT173/CT1062 [TAC9-C158]. 12:47p.m.
· AUGUSTA, ME: MVA State & Winthrop St. Car vs. Tractor-trailer. Jaws operating with 1 seriously injured. *154.400* [TAC9-C31]. 1:25p.m.
· ROCKLAND, MA: W/F Box 33 at 326 North Ave. Structure fire. M/A Engine from Abington to scene. *482.675* C33/C251 [TAC9-C461]. 1:33p.m.
· WHITMAN, MA: W/F Box 66 at 141 Franklin Street. House fire. Heavy smoke and fire showing rear of the building. Hanson engine to the scene. *472.400* C6 [TAC9-C15]. 2:07p.m.
· 2nd Alarm WHITMAN, MA: Box 66 141 Franklin Street. Structure fire. Heavy smoke and fire showing rear of the building. Hanson engine to the scene. *472.400* C6 [TAC9-C15]. 2:07p.m.
· U/D WHITMAN, MA: 2nd Alarm Box 66 141 Franklin Street. Structure fire. Request ambulance to the scene with a PUSH. *472.400* C6 [TAC9-C15]. 2:11p.m.
· COLRAIN, MA: MVA Shelburne Line Rd. Head-on collision. Req for Lifeflight but cancelled en-route. *155.16* [TAC9-C158]. 2:15p.m.
· U/D WHITMAN, MA: 2nd Alarm Box 66 141 Franklin Street. 2 story wood frame colonial - heavy fire 2nd floor and attic. *472.400/483.200* C6 [TAC9-C15]. 2:22p.m.
· LOS ANGELES, CA: LA City Fire: GA: 1684 West 29th St. x Normandie. 2-sty res stru well inv. 9 Co.’s + 2 RA's. [FIREPAGE (R)LA-1R]. 2:36p.m.
· WORCESTER, MA: W/F box 1438 18 Berkley St. Building fire. Fire in the basement. Req for EMS for standby. *800/462.950* [TAC9-C158]. 3:19p.m.
· JAFFREY, NH: Search/Rescue Town Farm Rd. 1 mile in woods off the road. 31 y/o injured skier w/poss leg fracture. Pt has contact via cell phone. M/A Peterboro Fire/Rescue Teams. *154.43/453.0125* [TAC9-C158]. 4:34p.m.
· WETHERSFIELD, CT: Haz-Mat on Wells Road near Silas: 12 inch gas main break. M/A from Rocky Hill for coverage. Evacs in progress. CT19 [TAC9-C33]. 5:08p.m.
· ATHOL, MA: MVA on South Main St. Jaws operating. Req for Lifeflight to hosp. L/Z for adult w/multi fractures and chest trauma. *33.54/155.16* [TAC9-C158]. 5:33p.m.
· EXETER RI: MVA Rt.3 & Rt.102. Req for the Jaws and 3 Rescue's to the scene. 6 10-45's unk codes. *460.6125* [TAC9-C28]. 5:53p.m.
· BURLINGTON, CT: W/F 153 Johnnycake Mountain Rd. A 2 story occupied house. M/A Tankers requested. *159.225* [TAC9-C09]. 6:21p.m.
· U/D BURLINGTON, CT: W/F 153 Johnnycake Mountain Rd. 2 story occupied house. Vehicle fire in the garage. Fire has extended into the attached house. M/A working. *159.225* [TAC9-C09]. 6:30p.m.
· STLFN: ST.LOUIS, MO: STLFD *1st Alarm* @ 5475 Cabanne x Union. Fire on the 6th flr of a Hi-rise Apt bldg. Rpt of people trapped. PUMPERS: 30-13-24-10-26, HL15, BC806/803, SQD-1, DC810. [STL899]. 6:48p.m.
· STLFN: ST.LOUIS, MO: STLFD *2nd Alarm* @ 5475 Cabanne x Union. Fire on the 6th flr of a Hi-rise Apt bldg. Rpt of people trapped. HL15 to make a raise. PUMPERS: 17-27-12, U-CITY 2612, BC801, UNIT 900 & COMMAND POST. [STL899]. 6:50p.m.
· STLFN: ST. CHARLES Co., MO: CENTRAL Co., FD Companies are responding to a house fire @ 653 Rivermoss Ln x St. of Jungerman. Reports of garage on fire. Co.’s: 9512 9542 9534 9524 9506. [STL388]. 7:13p.m.
· STLFN: ST CHARELS Co., MO: U/D Central Co. FPD’s garage fire 653 Rivermoss Lane: 9534 on the scene flames thru the roof. One line off. Next due dropping a big line. Utilities notified. 9506 has Rivermoss Command, All Co.'s switch to channel 16. [STL388]. 7:19p.m.
· STLFN: ST CHARELS Co., MO: U/D Central Co. FPD’s garage fire 653 Rivermoss Lane: Cmd advises fire under control. Discontinue the 20 min MARC's. *FINAL* [STLFN;388]. 7:35p.m.
· ST.LOUIS, MO: U/D STLFD's *2nd Alarm* @ 5475 Cabanne. Co.'s still on scene. Extra Medic Units req for smk inhalation victims. All Co.'s still on scene - checking occupants. Will hold. [STL899]. 7:41p.m.
· NEW ORLEANS, LA: *Plane crash* A 4-seater Cessna crashed alongside the London Ave Canal shortly after takeoff. A residential neighborhood. All 4 occupants survived. [NOLA]. 9:14p.m.
· PROVIDENCE, RI: MVA Blackstone Blvd at Alfred Stone Rd. E-4 requests special hazards with the jaws for 2 trapped. 1 possible 10-45C1 on scene. *154.370* [TAC9-C51]. 10:33p.m.
· U/D PROVIDENCE, RI: MVA Blackstone Blvd at Alfred Stone Rd. R4 confirming 1 10-45C1(DOA) on scene. *154.370* [TAC9-C51]. 10:36p.m.
· EAST HAMPTON, CT: W/F 11 1/2 Lakeview Street. A house fire. M/A requested for 1 engine and 1 tanker from Marlborough. *46.18* [TAC9-C09]. 11:05p.m.
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Menheim Twp, PA FD (Lancaster): 2nd Alarm on Keller Rd. 2 sty house well involved with exposure problems. Extra Trk S/C'd prior to the 2nd Alarm. FPO/D260 ©
Menheim Twp, PA FD (Lancaster): 3rd Alarm on Keller Rd. Still have heavy fire conditions. Now into exposures 1 & 3. Transfers for coverage. FPO/D260 ©
Harlem Twp FD (Delaware): W/F 11050 Fancher Rd. Cos: Sta 450, Eng 121, DelCo Med 9. Eng 113, 351, Res351cuE, EMS 461, Sqd 451 S/C'd. FPO/260/D223 ©
Harlem Twp FD (Delaware): W/F 11050 Fancher Rd. Command reports all clear on searches. FPO/260/D223 ©
Madison Twp FD (Franklin): W/F 5133 South Bend Dr. Lad 32 reports heavy smoke in basement of a 2 sty house. Cos: Eng 182, 32, Lad 32, Res4cuE, Med 32, BN 181, 4. RIC: Eng 181, Med 182, EMS 16. FPO/D260 ©
Columbus FD: W/F 4979 Kingshill Dr @ Kings Highlands Apartments. Cos: Eng 24, 16, 61, Lad 24, 101, Res16cuE, Med 24, BN 2, 3. Quick K/D. Holding Eng 24, 16, Lad 24, BN 4. FPO/D217 ©
Elyria FD (Lorain): W/F on Howe Rd. Fire in 2 sty structure. Eng 2, 3, 1, Lad 7, Res31cuE, Chief 15 working. FPO/D703 ©
Youngstown FD: MVA/PIN 740 Delaware. Squad 33 & Eng 3 working. FPO/D724 ©
Mt Gilead FD (Morrow): (Delayed from 1800) W/F 6270 CR 121. Eng 15 reported a detatched garage going. Cos: Eng 15, Tank 14, 54, 34, 36, Res11cuE, Squad 1, Lt 105 (Cotton) had command. Water shuttle in operation. FPO/D240* ©
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PHILADELPHIA, PA: **4th Alarm** 2400 Grays Ferry Avenue - 3 story commercial, numerous special calls for tower ladders..MNS142
PHILLY, PA: 4th alarm audio available on http://chescoradio.audio-stream.net/..... 142
PHILADELPHIA, PA: **5th Alarm** Box 534 @ 2400 Grays Ferry Avenue. Deputy reports a fully involved 3 story commercial...MNS 142
BROOKLYN *Working-fire* Box 844 @ Hull St & Gaston Blvd - 4 sty brk 20x80 occupied bldg - fire in the kitchen - 1 10-45 no code * MNS-2
U/D BROOKLYN *Working-fire* Box 844 @ Hull St & Gaston blvd - 4 sty brk 30x60 occupied bldg - fire #1 flr kitchen - 1 10-45 no code (serious-inj) Fire k/d - 2-lines run * P/W/H * MNS-342/154/2
BROOKLYN-75-844 *All-Hands* @ Hull St. & Gaston Blvd. 4 sty brk 30x60 occupied bldg. Fire #1 flr kitchen. Fire k/d. 2-lines run. 1 10-45 no code. * P/W/H * MNS-342/154/2
U/D BROOKLYN-75-844 @ Hull St. & Gaston Blvd. 4 sty brk 30x60 occupied bldg. Fire #1 flr kitchen. DIV15 rpts the 10-45 is a Code 2 (life threatening inj) Pri/sch now negative. Fire under control * MNS-342/154/2
COMMACK NY (SUFFOLK) Gas leak, at Radio Shack on veterans Hgwy x Rt. 25. Have a natural gas leak within. Re-tone for manpower. Fire Marshal is responding to the scene. MNS 74
PINE ISLAND NY (ORANGE) **2nd Alarm** on Pinlow Lane. Bldg fire (MNS-516*IAP)
BK 75-8613 Belt Pkway @ Rockaway Pkway - Brush fire. [MNS-30]
BRONX: 45Pct opp 632 City Island Ave. Near the shore. Found clothing poss from the teens. Num ESU en-rte. MNS -88/254
BK W/F Box 953 aof 715 St. Marks Ave @ Nostrand Ave. Fire top fl of a OMD. (MNS-30*IAP)
BK 75-953 AOF 715 St. Marks Ave @ Nostrand Ave. 6 brk 100x60 OMD. Fire 4th fl. 2 lines run, 1 in oper. L111 FAST. S/C E219. BN-38 I/C. (MNS-30*IAP)
FINAL U/D BK 75-953 AOF 715 St. Marks Ave @ Nostrand Ave. 6 brk 100x60 OMD. Corr fire fl 3rd fl Apt 3A. fire ext to 4th fl Apt 4A. Fire k/d & PWH. BN-38 I/C (MNS-30*IAP)
QN W/F Box 5023 111 Ave @ 174 St. Fire in a private dwelling. Reported aided in distress. (MNS-30*IAP)
QN 75-5023 aof 173-19 111 Ave @ 174 St. Fire in a private dwelling. No size up. 1 (10-45 no code) L126 FAST BN-54 I/C (MNS-30*IAP)
U/D QN 75-5023 aof 173-19 111 Ave @ 174 St. 2 sty frm 20x40 private dwelling. Fire 1st fl. 2 lines run, 1 in oper. 1 (10-45 Code-2 critical inj) - RUSH EMS. DWH. BN-54 I/C (MNS-30*IAP)
FINAL U/D QN 75-5023 aof 173-19 111 Ave @ 174 St. 2 frm 20x40 pd. Fire 1st fl. Pri sch neg other than 1 (10-45 Code-2 critical inj). PWH DIV-13 I/C (MNS-30*IAP)
QN 75-6733 Gettsburg St. @ 89 Ave. Fire in a frm pd. NFI (MNS-30*IAP)
FINAL U/D QN 75-6733 AOF 89-23 Gettsburg St. @ 89 Ave. 2 frm 30x40 pd. Fire 1st fl pri sch neg – PWH. (MNS-30*IAP)
MN ++Train Job++ 34 St. @ 6 Ave. Person jumped in front of train N/B. Ind F Line (f/m jumper). (MNS-30*IAP)
*Update* on MN female under a train (6th Av-34 St.) Female is DOA under NB "F" TRAIN/ MNS-3
MELVILLE (SUFFOLK) MVA w/OT Round Swamp Rd @ Louis Dr - Pin FD & EMS resp. MNS 47/
**Working fire** PLAINVIEW (NASSAU) 115 Southern Pkwy @ John St. "American Legion Hall" M/A Bethpage FAST to the scene. MNS250/432
*U/D* PLAINVIEW (NASSAU) *W/F* 115 Southern Pkwy @ John St. "American Legion Hall" Command requesting M/A Engine from Hicksville FD to S/B @ HQ. Bethpage ladder 3 en-route as FAST truck. Fire is DWH. MNS250/432
*U/D* PLAINVIEW (NASSAU) *W/F* 115 Southern Pkwy @ John St. "American Legion Hall" Command reports Bethpage Ladder 3 going to work, M/A Syosset FD for FAST truck to the scene. MNS250/432
MN 75-707 aof 404 Tenth Ave x W33 St. Fire in ductwork of a 16bk fire resistive bldg. No spec units. Fire PWH. [MNS342]
MN U/A Box 765 @ 9th Ave x W40 St. E34 o/s req. PD for a "possible homicide". [MNS342 IAP]
NORTH PATCHOGUE NY (SUFFOLK) - Serious MVA - North Ocean Ave & Juniper Ave - Rqt Crime Scene & Sqd for A.I. NFI MNS270
U/D NORTH PATCHOGUE MVA - confirmed fatality - Rqt M.E. to respond - N. Ocean Ave closed for A.I. MNS270
*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
02/03/03 0037 hours
Firefighters from Drexel Hill (PA) Fire Company and assisting units responded to a fire at 150 St Charles Street. First arriving units encountered heavy fire conditions in the basement and 1st floor of a 3 story dwelling divided into apartments. The first in attack crew also faced a partial collapse of the second floor into the first floor as they advanced the line. An aggressive interior attack made for a quick knock down of the fire.
Units on scene were Engines 20-1, 20-2, 36-2, 74-1, Squrt 36, Ladder 20, Tower 74, Rescue 20, Utility 74 and Air Unit 58.
More info and pictures can be found at http://www.drexelhillfire.com
LOS ANGELES, CA:
MUDSLIDE ASSESSMENT AND HAZARD MITIGATION:
On Monday, February 03, 2003 at 0514 Hours (5:14 AM PST), five Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, including the LAFD Tractor Company and Urban Search and Rescue Unit under the direction of 5th Battalion Commander John Miller responded to assess a mudslide and mitigate hazards at 2456 El Contento Drive in the Hollywood Hills. The first Company on scene was directed to a large two-story single family home perched atop a plateau. Immediately evident was one-eighth acre of water-saturated soil and vegetation that had recently slipped down the steep hillside to the rear of the home. Moments after arrival, Firefighters witnessed an additional one-eighth acre of soil and vegetation give way into the canyon. Firefighters alerted adjacent residents, cordoned off the area and secured municipal water service to the neighborhood pending the arrival of utility workers. An LAFD Tractor Company and Urban Search and Rescue Unit were brought to the vicinity and put on standby in case of a catastrophic soil failure. None occurred and no injuries were reported. While awaiting the arrival of Inspectors and Engineers from the Department of Building and Safety, Firefighters emptied a 30,000-gallon backyard pool to minimize stress on the hillside and performed a cursory exam of the home, whose owner was away at the time. Firefighters made note of a broken domestic water line on the property, bringing it to the attention of Department of Water and Power officials, who along with the Department of Building and Safety were to determine the cause and full effect of the slide, including the right of tenancy to several nearby homes.
LOS ANGELES, CA:
MULTI-VICTIM TRAFFIC COLLISION:
On Monday, February 03, 2003 at 1129 Hours (11:29 AM PST) four Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, nine LAFD Rescue Ambulances and one EMS District Captain under the direction of 3rd Battalion Commander Gary Clark responded to a Multi-Victim Traffic Collision, a vehicle into an occupied building, at 3705 South La Brea Avenue in the Baldwin Hills area of Los Angeles. The first Company on scene was met by witnesses who described a large black sedan speeding forward from a parking lot, crashing through the front glass doors of the “Baldwin Hills Dialysis Center” and then colliding with patients and medical equipment on the south side of the 20’ wide clinic before coming to rest more than 50’ within the building. A total of eleven persons, all dialysis patients ranging in age from 33 to 71, had sustained a broad variety of traumatic injuries, but none were trapped. A brisk and efficient triage and treatment of four victims in critical condition, was quickly followed by transport of all victims by LAFD Ambulance to Cedars-Sinai, Midway, Kaiser-West LA, Brotman and Daniel Freeman Memorial Hospitals. The adult male motorist and his wife, though clearly upset, were uninjured. Command of the scene was subsequently turned over to Los Angeles Police and County Health Department officials.
LOS ANGELES, CA:
GREATER ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE:
On Monday, February 03, 2003 at 1215 Hours (12:15 PM PST), thirteen Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, three LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one EMS District Captain, and three Chief Officer Command Teams, all under the direction of Assistant Chief Richard Warford responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 2821 South Normandie Avenue in the West Adams area. The first Company to arrive on scene reported a two-story Victorian home converted to a residential duplex, well involved, with flames threatening adjacent structures. Firefighters forced entry and using handlines, mounted a bold and decisive assault on the flames, which had extended to both floors and attic of the large wood-frame building. A sudden compromise of the balloon-style structure caused Firefighters to make a well-coordinated transition to a defensive posture with the use of heavy streams, before handlines were skillfully used to confine the fire to the structure and extinguish the flames in just 34 minutes. There were no injuries. Two residents were displaced by the fire, and referred to the American Red Cross for assistance. Loss from this blaze is estimated at $165,000 ($150,000 structure & $15,000 contents), while the cause is listed as electrical.
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