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Local & National reports from pager notification networks around the U.S.
(All times are in Central Standard Time unless otherwise indicated)
Wednesday, March 05, 2003
BROOKLYN, NY: 55-1658 **5th ALARM** aof 1636 PITKIN AVE x BRISTOL/CHESTER STS. FIRE IN A 2 STY COMM'L BLDG 100X100. CHIEF CASSANO RPTS FIRE EXTENED INTO 1st FL OF EXPOSURE #4. 1 H/L INTO EXP#4 [MNS085/2/88/154/62/342]. 12:07a.m.
BROOKLYN, NY: NOW A 5TH ALM 1636 PITKIN AV. FIRE THRU-OUT A 100X100 2 STY COMM'L BLDG. [EAN10]. 12:07a.m.
SAUGUS, MA: MVA ON ROUTE-1 SOUTH BOUND @ HILLTOP STEAKHOUSE. CAR-VS-POLE. JAWS WORKING. *159.645* C251 [TAC9-C20]. 12:24a.m.
BROOKLYN, NY: *****5TH-ALARM***** 55-1658 PITKIN AV & BRISTOL ST. 2 STY COMM'L BLDG 100x100. FIRE IS PWH. [MNS085/5]. 1:34a.m.
STLFN: UNIVERSITY CITY (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO: UNIVERSITY CITY FD HAS A FIRST ALARM HOUSE FIRE AT 6535 BARTMER. FIRST REPORT WAS SMOKE FROM A VACANT HOUSE AT LEAST 1 LINE OFF. [STL819]. 2:11a.m.
LACONIA, NH: W/F 134 COURT STREET. 2.5 STY APT. HOUSE FIRE ON 2ND FLOOR. M/A GILFORD ENG. TO SCENE & BELMONT ENG. & MEREDITH TANKER TO COVER. ALSO 1 -10-45C3 TX. TO HOSPITAL. *159.900* [TAC9-C21]. 2:52a.m.
STLFN: UNIVERSITY CITY (ST. LOUIS Co.), MO: U/D ON UNIVERSITY CITY FD's 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE AT 6535 BARTMER. COMMAND HAS REQUESTED 2 ADDITIONAL PUMPERS. 411 AND 2110 ARE RESPONDING. [STL819]. 3:21a.m.
WALTHAM, MA: W/F BOX 112 434 MOODY ST. FIRE IN A STOREFRONT FIRE K/D. CO'S OVERHAULING. PWH. *453.8375* C919 [TAC9-C158]. 6:15a.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD *1st ALARM* @ 5969 WELLS. HEAVY FIRE/SMOKE ON THE 2nd FLR OF A 2-STY BRK BLDG. AT LEAST 1 LINE OFF. [STL899@WRK]. 7:57a.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD HAS A 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE AT 5969 WELLS. BC 805 REPORTS A FIRE ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF A 2 STORY BRICK 2 LINES OFF. W/H. PUMPERS 30 24 28 13 26 HL 15 BC 805 AND 806 SQUAD 2. [STL819]. 8:00a.m.
ARLINGTON Co., VA: **2ND ALARM** HOUSE FIRE 4432 N.16TH ST. SFD. HVY SMK SHWING. [DC5]. 8:07a.m.
DETROIT (WAYNE Co.), MI: *2ND ALARM* MACK & BELLVUE. FIRE IN A 2 STY COMMERCIAL BLDG, 100x 200. CHIEF 3 REQUESTED 2ND AERIAL & 2ND SQUAD THEN 2ND ALARM. [FNNM-16,608,38 400] (c). 8:14a.m.
DETROIT (WAYNE Co.), MI: U/D: *3RD ALARM* MACK & BELLVUE. FIRE IN A 2 STY COMMERCIAL BLDG, 100x 200. CHIEF 3 REQUESTED 2ND AERIAL & 2ND SQUAD THEN 2ND ALARM. [FNNM-16,608,38 400] (c). 8:23a.m.
RALEIGH (WAKE Co.), MI: *2ND ALM* 1222 CARLTON RD. 30x50 2-STY DUPLEX. FIRE #2 FLR w/ EXTN THRUOUT. 5+ ESCAPED, 1 TO BURN CTR. WATER PROBs DUE TO BAD HYDRANTS, 800' LDH LAY. 5E 2T 2R 3C 3EMS [CFP748/708/702*762/763/700] 20. 8:45a.m.
IMLAY TWP. (LAPEER Co.), MI: *3RD ALARM EQ* CHAMPION BUS SOUTH PLANT. 331 GRAND RD. ELECTRICAL FIRE. EVAC'S IN PROGRESS OF PLANT W/ SMOKE SHOWING. M/A FROM ALMONT & CAPAC. [FNNM-1062,400]. 9:01a.m.
SANDISFIELD, MA: MVA ROUTE 8 A MILE NORTH OF THE CONNECTICUT STATE LINE. EXTRICATION IN PROGRESS. M/A HEAVY RESCUE AND MANPOWER FROM LITCHFIELD COUNTY CT. *33.70/154.310* [TAC9-C09]. 9:09a.m.
DETROIT (WAYNE Co.), MI: FINAL: *3RD ALARM* MACK & BELLVUE. FIRE IN A 2 STY COMMERCIAL BLDG, 100x 200. CHIEF 203 PLACING FIRE UNDER CONTROL, HOLDING ALL COMPANIES FOR OVERHAUL. [FNNM-16,608,38 400] (c). 9:18a.m.
BALTIMORE Co., MD: **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL W/RESCUE** / OCC GAR APT BLDG / 5 WOODTHORNE CT / CO#31 - OWINGS MILLS / HAVE A 3 STY OCC GAR APT BLDG W/HVY FIRE 2ND & 3RD FLS W/POSS PEOPLE TRAPPED. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 9:24a.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore Co., MD: *2nd Alarm Apartment Fire*/ 5 Woodthorne Ct (Owings Mills)/ Cmd rep heavy fire showing on arrival/ Pos Multiple Persons Trapped/ 2nd sounded on arrival/ Ops on TG 2-2. [MFN1]. 9:28a.m.
ARLINGTON, VA: *2ND ALARM* DWELLING/ 4423 N.16TH ST/ HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS + *EVAC TONES* DEFENSIVE OPS. (DC5,51). 9:31a.m.
U/D - BALTIMORE Co., MD: **3RD ALARM+++ W/RESCUE B/O BC-22 (LANCASTER)** / OCC GAR APT BLDG / 5 WOODTHORNE CT / FIRE 2ND FL K/D / STILL FIRE 3RD FL & ATTIC / STILL INT ATTK / TRENCH CUT MADE / 3RD ALS RQSTD / SEV CIV'S W/SMOKE INHAL. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 9:45a.m.
BALTIMORE Co., MD: *3RD ALARM APT.FIRE * 5 WOODTHORN CT. / HAVE A 3STY GARNDEN STYLE HAVE HEAVY FIRE / WITH PEOPLE TRAPPED / HAVE 3 MEDIC UNITS WORKING / (OPS-TG2-2) [MFN-20]. 9:47a.m.
U/D - BALTIMORE Co., MD: 3RD ALARM+++ W/RESCUES / OCC GAR APT BLDG / 5 WOODTHORNE CT / BC-22 RPTS BULK OF FIRE K/D / HAVE SEV CIV'S W/SMOKE INHAL. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 9:58a.m.
GREENVILLE (MONTCALM Co.), MI: *2ND ALARM EQ* 114 1/2 GIBSON DRIVE. FULLY INVOLVED STRUCTURE FIRE. M/A FROM BELDING FIRE IN IONIA CO. MON: 154.400MHz [FNNM-986 400]. 12:29p.m.
MIDDLEBORO, MA: ACW 25 WAREHAM ST. REPORTED FIRE IN THE CEILING OF A COMMERCIAL TYPE STRUCTURE. CO'S CHECKING FOR EXT. REQUEST FOR COVERAGE. *470.700* C327 [TAC9-C06]. 1:35p.m.
U/D - MIDDLEBORO, MA: ACW @ 25 WAREHAM ST. REPOTED FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE. REQUEST FOR A LINE TO FLOOR 2. CO'S CHARGING 1 LINE. ACW *470.700* C327 [TAC9-C06]. 1:39p.m.
U/D - MIDDLEBORO, MA: W/F 25 WAREHAM ST REPORTED FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE 1 LINE IN OPERATION ON FLOOR 2- M/A FROM LAKEVILLE AND RAYNHAM *470.700* [TAC9-C06]. 1:44p.m.
U/D - MIDDLEBORO MA: W/F 25 WAREHAM ST. REPORTED FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE. FIRE STARTED IN THE CEILING OF FLOOR 1 WITH POSSIBLE EXT UP. CO'S HAVE 1 LINE OPERATING AND THE FIRE IS K/D. *470.700* [TAC9-C06]. 2:04p.m.
NORTH BERGEN (HUDSON Co.), NJ: **2ND ALARM** 9011 PALISADES AVE NEAR WOODCLIFF AVE. FIRE IN A PIZZA RESTAURANT. 2 LINES WORKING. DWH. [EAN301]. 2:19p.m.
FORESTBURG (SULLIVAN Co.), NY: *2ND ALARM* 3045 RT 42 x DILL RD. CMD O/S REPORTING HEAVY FIRE IN A O/M/D. M/A MONTICELLO 1-E AND M/A FROM ORANGE CO TO THE SCENE. [MNS-11]. 2:24p.m.
GRAY MAINE, RT: ARMED ROBBERY 100 AT "SMASHING WHITE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING" STORE IN THE GRAY PLAZA *155.625* [TAC9-C31]. 3:01p.m.
BANGOR, ME: W/F 302 PINE ST 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING. (1) BURN VICTIM REMOVED. OIC REQ 3RD ENGINE TO SCENE. *154.28* C122 [TAC9-C33]. 3:41p.m.
2nd ALARM - CHICOPEE, MA: ON WEST MAIN STREET. HEAVY FIRE IN A 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME. M/A FOR COVERAGE. C50 [TAC9-C461]. 4:14p.m.
CONCORD, NH: W/F 19 RIVER RD. GARAGE FIRE. *154.355/154.235 C135 [TAC9-C33]. 4:36p.m.
BOSTON, MA: ACW BOX 2768 TINDALE ST & WALWORTH ST. HOUSE FIRE WITH HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING FROM 2 STORY WOOD FRAME 20X30. *483.1875* C520 O/S [TAC9-C33]. 4:41p.m.
STLFN: JEFFERSON Co., MO: HIGH RIDGE FPD HAS A **2ND ALARM** FOR A HOUSE FIRE ON JACK DANIELS LANE NEAR VALLEY DELL. NFI/ATT. [STL810]. 4:46p.m.
HEUGONOTVILLE (ORANGE Co.), NY: **2ND ALARM** 30 OVERKILL RD. FIRE IN AN UNK. TYPE BLDG. M/A ENGINES AND TANKERS FOR WATER SUPPLY. [EAN402 * 465 * EAN301]. 4:57p.m.
DEER PARK (ORANGE Co.), NY: *2ND ALARM* 30 DOVER KILL RD. A FULLY INVOLVED STRUCTURE. FIRE IN A P/D. M/A TO THE SCENE AND FOR COVERS. [MNS-11*]. 5:02p.m.
NORWOOD, MA: MVA WASHINGTON STREET AT RAILROAD AVE. CAR vs POLE WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS IN USE. *453.850* [TAC9-C461]. 5:31p.m.
ENFIELD, CT - (NORTH THOMPSONVILLE). W/F 21 MONTANO ROAD. A GARAGE FIRE. *453.200* [TAC9-C09]. 5:33p.m.
BRIDGEPORT, CT: W/F 210 LENOX AVE. FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME. HEAVY FIRE ON FLOOR #3. CT173/19 [TAC9-C461]. 5:37p.m.
MILTON, NH: MVA WHITE MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY AT LASKEY'S CORNER. ROLLOVER WITH 1 INJURED FEMALE TRAPPED. JAWS AT WORK. *154.325* [TAC9-C31]. 6:43p.m.
NEW HAMPTON, NH: MVA INTERSTATE 93 JUST NORTH OF EXIT 23. SEVERAL INJURED & 1 FATALITY. ASHLAND FD ALSO ON SCENE. PHOTO/RECON IN PROGRESS. *159.900* (C21) [TAC9-C31]. 7:05p.m.
BOSTON HTS. (SUMMIT Co.), OH: 2ND ALM EQV 152 GRANDVIEW. HEAVY FIRE IN BASEMENT AND 1ST FLOOR OF A 2 STY HOUSE. DEFENSIVE MODE. M/A 4 DEPT'S. [FPO/D703] (C). 7:35p.m.
SAUGUS, MA: MVA RT.107 NEAR REVERE LINE CAR INTO A POLE. (2) TRAPPED. BOTH SAUGUS & REVERE FD'S USING THEIR JAWS. *159.645* [TAC9-C31]. 8:08p.m.
SYOSETT (NASSAU Co.), NY: *2nd ALARM EQUIV* 530 JERICHO TPKE X CEDAR ST. FIRE IN A LARGE 1 STY FRAME TAXPAYER. HVY FIRE THRU ROOF. EXT M/A TO FIRE FROM AREA DEPTS. MNS250/432 [MNS342 IAP]. 8:11p.m.
U/D - SAUGUS, MA: MVA RT.107. OIC REQUESTING MEDFLIGHT BUT GROUNDED DUE TO WEATHER. (1) VICTIM REMOVED (1) STILL TRAPPED. *159.645* [TAC9-C31]. 8:27p.m.
CORNELIUS (MECKLENBURG Co.), NC: **2ND ALARM EQV** 16400 HUNTERSVILLE-CONCORD RD @ METROLINA GREENHOUSES. LRG FIRE, 100YDS LONG IN OUTER PLASTIC GREENHOUSE WALLS. 3-1.75 1-2.5 L/S/O W/DROP K SPLY. M/A 3 FD'S TO SCENE & 1 TO COVER. DWH [CFP319/700*803]. 8:44p.m.
U/D - CORNELIUS, NC: **2ND ALM EQ** 16400 HUNTERSVILLE - CONCORD RD. LOCATION HAS 90 ACRES UNDER ROOF. FIRE INVOLVED 4 ACRES. MAJORITY OF FIRE K/D. DIFFICULT VENTILATION. PROBs w/ WATER PRESSURE ON PRIVATE SYSTEM. MISSING STAFF LOCATED. [CFP319*700]. 9:27p.m.
LAWRENCE, MA: MVA/MCI CORNISH x KNOX. MULTI-CAR. REPORTED 6-1045'S. ADD EMS REQUESTED. *154.445* C-16 [TAC9-C20]. 9:43p.m.
U/D - SAUGUS, MA: MVAON ROUTE 107 NORTH BOUND-(2) 10-45'S, (1) CHILD & (1) ADULT TRANSPORTED TO MGH-(1) 10-45 CODE 1 (DOA/ADULT) ON SCENE-MSP PHOTO/RECON ON SCENE. C251 [TAC9-C461]. 9:58p.m.
NORWAY, ME: MVA ON ROUTE 117. REPORTED ROLLOVER. REQUEST FOR THE JAWS FROM PARIS TO THE SCENE. *154.070* C220 [TAC9-C519]. 11:52p.m.
U/D - NORWAY, ME: MVA ON RT.117 ABOUT 2 MILES OUT TOWARDS HARRISON. S/C ADDITIONAL AMBULANCE & AIR BAGS FROM OXFORD FD TO THE SCENE. *154.070* (C220) [TAC9-C31]. 11:57p.m.
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Tri Twp FD (Delaware): MVA/TRAUMA Warrensburg East of South Section Line Rd. Cos: Med 1, 4, 301, Eng 334, EMS 462. MedFlight unable to fly due to weather. 3 Level 1 Trauma victims to Grant. FPO/D223 ©
Youngstown FD: (Delayed from 0230) W/F 36 Pouquet. Cos: Eng 15, 3, 2, Lad 22, Squad 33, BN 1, 2. House fire. FPO/258/D217 ©
Columbus FD: MVA/PIN Alum Creek & Performance Pkwy. Cos: Eng 4, Med 4, Res4cuE, Res2cuE, EMS 14, BN 4. FPO/284/D223 ©
Erie, PA FD: (Delayed from 0645) W/F Box # 274 @ 2200 Block of East 17th. Cos: Eng 8, 13, 3, TL 2, DC 323, FI 3. Eng 8 reported heavy fire in sector 4 on 1st floor of a 2.5 sty house. Eng 6 sent due to multiple calls. FPO/D800 ©
Columbus FD: MVA/PIN Slum Creek & Performance Pkwy. 2 Add'l Medics S/C'd. Med 22, 181 enroute. EMS 14 reports 1 critical. FPO/223/D284 ©
Columbus FD: W/F 2369 Appleridge. Cos: Eng 17, 193, 10, Lad 10, 2, Res17cuE, Med 12, BN 5, 1. 2 sty apt bldg. BN 5 (Balbaser) has command and reports quick K/D. Holding Eng 17, 193, Lad 10, Med 12, BN 5. FPO/D284 ©
Erie, PA FD: W/F Box # 45 @ 234 West 20th. 3 sty apt bldg with heavy smoke on 2nd & 3rd floors. Cos: Eng 6, 3, 12, TL 1, DC 323. Eng 13 S/C'd per DC 323. FPO/801/D703 ©
Erie, PA FD: W/F Box # 45 @ 234 West 20th. Eng 13 - FAST Team. Add AC 325, 327, FI 3, & EMS to the card. FPO/801*/D703 ©
Rural/Metro ARFF: ALERT 2 Port Columbus International Airport. Smoke in cockpit of a loaded 767. 31,000 lbs of fuel, 108 SOB. M/A Columbus FD, Mifflin Twp Division of Fire, Jefferson Twp FD, Whitehall Division of Fire. FPO/D249 ©
Rural/Metro ARFF: ALERT 2 Port Columbus International Airport. Aircraft landed without incident. All M/A in service. ARFF units following aircraft to gate. FAO132*/FPO/249/D260 ©
Brunswick Hills Twp FD (Medina): W/F 2724 Substation Rd. Attached garage with extension to house. Eng 21. M/A Brunswick FD Eng 2, Sqd 4. FPO/D703 ©
Brunswick Hills Twp FD (Medina): W/F 2724 Substation Rd. Eng 21 reports fully involved garage. Add Lad 26, Sqd 27-1. 1 injured civilian. FPO/D703 ©
Cleveland FD: W/F 11101 Willomere Ave. BN 6 reports heavy smoke from 2nd floor of a 2.5 sty house. Cos: Eng 31, 30, Lad 31, Squad 3, & BN 6. Tactical Res5cuE - Worker. Lad 30 - RIT. FPO/D700 ©
Brunswick Hills Twp FD (Medina): W/F 2724 Substation Rd. Per Chief 25-4, S/C Valley City Liverpool Twp FD for add'l manpower. FPO/D703 ©
Bessemer, PA FD (Lawrence): W/F 215 Bessemer-Hillsville Rd. Units reporting heavy smoke showing. M/A North Beaver and Mahoning Twp for Equipment and manpower. NFI ATT. FPO/D256 ©
Boston Heights FD (Summit): W/F 152 Grandview. House fire. Cos: Eng 2513, 2514, Tank 2518, Chief 2500. M/A Hudson FD Tank 2018. FPO/D703 ©
Boston Heights FD (Summit): W/F 152 Grandview. Add Macedonia Sqd 2221. ****ible injuries. FPO/D703 ©
Boston Heights FD (Summit): W/F 152 Grandview. Macedonia Sqd 2221 has one smoke inhalation victim. Add Hudson Eng 2014 to the card. FPO/D703 ©
Boston Heights FD (Summit): 2nd Alarm Equiv 152 Grandview. Add Northfield Center FD Eng 2714. Crews opening up. FPO/D703 ©
Boston Heights FD (Summit): 2nd Alarm Equiv 152 Grandview. Add Hudson Res2016cuE, Valley JFD Eng 2814 and Tank 2818. Heavy fire conditions. DWH. FPO/D703 ©
Boston Heights FD (Summit): 2nd Alarm Equiv 152 Grandview. Add Northfield Center FD Res2716cuE and Macedonia FD Eng 2215. Defensive mode. FPO/D703 ©
Boston Heights FD (Summit): 2nd Alarm Equiv 152 Grandview. Heavy fire conditions. Partial collapse. Tanker shuttle in progress. Still DWH. FPO/D703 ©
Parma FD (Cuyahoga): MVA/PIN Broadview Rd & Starlight Dr. Car vs pole. 20s Female driver still pinned, unconcious/unresponsive. M/A Seven Hills FD. MLF # 1 S/c'd. Return to Metro. FPO/D703 ©
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London Fire Brigade Daily Report
04 Mar 03
1950 A41 West Hampstead Persons reported fire at Flat 39, James Stewart House on Dyne Rd, working fire in a 2-sty maisonette using 2 hosereels, 1 civilian w/smoke inhalation.
2243 G21 Harrow 4 pump fire, persons reported at 38 Whitefriars Ave, 2-sty private dwelling 15m x 10m fully involved using 3 hosereels, 1 child rescued via ground ladder from 2nd flr, 6 other civilians escaped.
0216 G27 North Kensington 4 pump fir at Canalot Studios, 222 Kensal Rd, 3-sty office block 50m x 15m, 3rd flr fire using 2 hosereels.
Runs for the day: 566
Runs for the year: 38460
Assisted Living Fire
At around 2127 hrs. Racine Fire was dispatched to the corner of 3 Mile Rd & Ruby Ave. for a building under construction on fire. Racine Police on scene reported a working fire and spreading fast. First rig on scene reported a working fire. At this time command called in extra companies to the scene along with 2 other departments to assist; Caledonia & Mt. Pleasant. This building was ready for tentent's to move in around July. The building next door was evacuated due to all the smoke. No one was injuried in this fire. Two hours later, there was still heavy fire showing. Firefighter had to deal with cold and snowy condition's. One construction trailer was also damaged in the fire. Flames filled the sky with a bright glow of orange. Three ladders truck's poured water on the fire and several hand lines were also used. A city bus was also on scene to shelter the resident's from the building next door. Rehab was also called to the scene. The building is a total loss. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time. Rig's on scene were;
Quint's 7 & 8
Special Teams 1
Tactical Command 1
Car's 41 & 43
Racine Fire Bells
64 & 65
Racine Fire Bells
Manhattan, N.Y. 03/05/03 @ 02:00 hrs.
Upper East Side
location: On East 95th. Street
between: 5th. Ave. & Madison Ave.
1231 @ 02:01
Engs. 53, 22, 91
Lads. 43, 13
10 - 75 - 1231 @ 02:05
Ladder 22 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #18
Batt. 11 Division 3
4 Story Brick 30 x 70
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
Batt. 10 reports, Using 2 Engines & 2 Trucks with the rest fast, for a fire in the wall on the 2nd. floor. Further particulars to follow "K"
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1231 @ 02:10
Batt. 10 reports, Put All - Hands to work. Fire in the wall on the 2nd. floor. We have 1 - line stretched, 2nd. line being stretched as a precautionary. Truck's are "Opening Up".
Batt. 10: All searches are completed and are negative.
Division 3: All searches are negative. Fire has been extinguished. Fire is UnderControl.
Manhattan, N.Y. 03/05/03 @ 20:30 hrs.
Upper West Side
address: 313 West 87th. Street
between: West End Ave. & Riverside Dr.
1168 @ 20:22
Engs. 74, 76, 47
Lads. 25, 22
10 - 75 - 1168 @ 20:25
Ladder 26 is sesignated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #18
Batt. 10 Division 3
3 Story Brownstone 25 x 80
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 - 1168 @ 20:29
Batt. 11 reports, Box 1168, were using All - Hands for a fire on the top floor of a 3 story occupied multiple dwelling. 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Searches are in progress. Fire's Doubtful.
@ 20:30 Special call an additional Engine & Truck. Eng. 44 & Lad. 43
Division 3: Main body of fire has been knocked down. Fire was on the top floor. 3 - lines stretched, 2 - lines in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Primary search is negative. Checking for extensions in the cockloff. Fire is Probably Will Hold.
Division 3: Secondary searches are complete & negative. Fire is UnderControl.
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Antique Fire Equipment & Memorabilia Auction
Friday, March 7, 2003 7:00 P.M.
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1812 CENTRAL PARKWAY, CINCINNATI, OHIO
FOR YOUR COLLECTING PLEASURE: Badges: Early Cincinnati copper center, Killeen FD, Waltham VFA, Cincinnati Fire Line, Youngstown Captain’s cap, Framed set of Youngstown miniature retirement badges. Medal: Ben Franklin Proof.
Helmets: Cairns Senator Youngstown, Cincinnati Pettibone black “Jr. Firefighter”, Boston LEATHER with Eng. 4 shield, MSA WFD #34, miniature leather helmet, Red “FIREMAN’S FUND INS.” Helmet.
Alarm Equipment Gamewell: 4’ ebony slate circuit shelf, Fire/Police Alarm box harp, Police Box Ad ‘50s, ‘20s Alarm Equip. Ad, ‘20s lot of GAMEWELL factory invoices, parts catalogue & bulletins, 3 # Box, Box backer plates in alum. & iron; Box covers w & w/o doors, old & new style interiors. Wooden box w/Gamewell plate. Other alarm equipment: Horni punch registers: master & station type & umbrella tapper.
Nozzles: Elkhart Chief 2 ½ w/S.O & 5 1 ½ s, cellar pipe (no tip), Nott - Minneapolis 2½ w/leather grips, Moon 1½" with s/o, Foam nozzles, 2½ brass fog, 2- 2½” chrome adjustable, 2 ½” straight bore, 2 -1” adjustable pattern, 2½" adjustable master stream., 2-1¼” standard pipe, UL Playpipe, pistol type booster, piercing, Navy applicators & many more.
Books: Enjine-Enjine, 1897 History of Cleveland FD, Rigs of the Unheralded Heroes - Baltimore.
Nameplates: SEAGRAVE script, PIERCE OVAL, ALF registration plate #1810.
Extinguishers: 19th Century copper rivet. seam Soda/Acid, Tin Tubes including Bickel-Seagrave, pump cans, Brass and chrome Indian pump tanks, Carbon tets, grenades & more.
Toys: Matchbox Rolls, Winross Pa. Pump Prime, ’13 Ford fire truck model, #5 Chief’s helmet, TOOTSIETOY helmet, fire-truck plastic whistle.
Insurance Items: SUN Insurance Cincinnati Opener, ‘70s INA set of 6 apparatus photos.
Advertising items: 1992 pewter E-One mug, Set of 3 Cities Service Apparatus prints, original Ahrens-Fox bulletins #158 & #124, E-ONE paperweight, calendars 1993-1998 & sales literature, lot of FMC sales literature, TEXACO Fire Chief porcelain sign 1952, BEAM’S Decanter Series, 4 ANGUS mugs, Atlantic Ins. Co., American Cyanamid featuring ALF pumper, Eclipse Bendix Drive w/pumper, Bundy Tubing w/Seagrave pump, Gould Battery w/motorized steamer & Ethyl Men against fire.
Post Cards: 1910 Lima OH horse drawn FD. Photos: Framed Ahrens-Fox, Photo of 3 hand drawn pieces, 2 Cleveland F.D. steamers.
Art works: Plaque with old 3 bay fire station, ‘40s “Arson For Hire” movie poster, Fireman’s Prayer plaque,
Tools: spanner wrenches, hose/tailboard straps, hand hydrant pumps, spanner belts, early sprinkler shutoff tool Emley bar, 15 ft. shutter hooks, 3’, 8’ & 10’ pikes, hux bars, hatchet, hydrant wrenches.
Miscellaneous: Nickel plated bell bracket with clapper and finial (AHRENS?), Cooper hose jacket, 2 three inlet Deluge sets with tips and adjustable pattern nozzles, 2, 10’ sections of 4½” Hard suction hose, Canister masks, one with case, 6” Gold Chief’s Frontpiece, 3 helmet emblems, Louisville Salvage Corps button, lot of Dallas FD uniform buttons, suspenders, metal fire bucket, “CTFD” OOS tag, Plectron receiver, Pettibone dress cap, I.A.F.F. lapel pin, shaving mug, vehicle spotlights, Dietz KING nickel over brass SEAGRAVE & fire department tubular lanterns, assorted cast fire department decorative items, lot of 5 old issues of “VISITING FIREMAN”, Several lots of shoulder patches, Parade belt Madison Hose (repro), 1896 EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE framed Glen Falls, NY. Framed ‘60s FDNY “City Hall” alarm card and ‘50s Police box ad, Great group of ‘30s Great Chicago Fire stereoscope cards, metal case w/12 sprinkler heads, Sept. 11, pocket watch with chain; One set FDNY 9-11 Memorial Series, Fittings, adapters, etc: AHRENS MFG. CO. wye, Pr. Of 4”:2” adapters, brass 2”:1-1/2” wye, 2 ½” Siamese, 2-2 1/2' to 3” Siamese, 6' fitting w/cap, 6” chrome suction strainer, hose washer, 5”:2 ½” gated wye, tailboard nozzle mount brackets; universal thread adapters.
WATER MAIN: We will be offering 3 sections of wooden water main excavated from the area of Paul Brown Stadium by the Pipe Fitter’s Union; 2 - 16” sections and one 34” section what a great opportunity…a real find for the advanced collector! And there’ll be MORE items to come!
TERMS: All items sold as is where is, with no guarantees as to age or fitfulness of purpose. Cash or approved check day of auction. Photo ID. Required to obtain a bidder’s number. Payment in full required before removal. ABSENTEE BIDDERS PLEASE NOTE: Ohio Agency Law compels me to execute any absentee bid as an opening bid! If you understand this and are agreeable we are happy to execute your absentee bid. Contact us before hand for instructions.
HOWARD W. KUHNELL, JR. AUCTIONEER
605 GARFIELD AVE. MILFORD, OH 45150
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Photos are posted on the Youngstown Fire Message Board of some of the auction items. Updates will be made to the message board as additional photos become available. To view the photos visit:
March 8-Cincinnati, Ohio. 12th annual fire flea market sponsored the Miles Greenwood Society (the Southwest Ohio Chapter of SPAAMFAA (http://spaamfaa.org). Held at the Mad Max Bingo Hall 1820 Central Parkway. Saturday from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (3 1/2 hours of frenzied buying) Dealer set up on Friday the 7th from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. Tables are $10.00 each. Admission is $2.00 per person. A nice event with a good variety of antique and vintage fire memorabilia available. Information: Steve Hagy at email@example.com.
DIRECTIONS: From I-75 (north or south) exit at Hopple Street (exit 3), turn left at the end of the ramp, go one block to Central Parkway and turn right (look for the White Castle), go south on Central Parkway about 1-1/2 miles,
Mad Max is on the left side of the street. You may park in the lot across the street.
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