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WOF Report: 01-12-02 "The Lost & Found Files"
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Saturday, January 12, 2002
*FINAL* U/D - ELIZABETH (UNION Co.), NJ: *SECOND ALARM* 200 BLOCK OF PARK PLACE. FIRE IN (2) 3 STRY FRM DWG'S. 1 CONFIRMED FATALITY ON THE SCENE. PER CHIEF ON THE SCENE, FIRE UNDER CONTROL. O/H IN PROGRESS. [EANSTAFF/700]. 12:32a.m.
BALTIMORE, MD: 2ND ALARM 3618 REISTERSTOWN RD. (BOX 29-1). BC5 REPORTING 2STY BRK. HEAVY FIRE 1ST AND 2ND FLR REAR. REPORTS OF PEOPLE TRAPPED. 2ND MEDIC ENROUTE. [DC15]. 2:26a.m.
BALTIMORE, MD (29-1): **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL B/O BC-5** / 3620 REISTESTOWN RD / PARK HEIGHT (NW BALT) / BC-5 RPTS A 2 STY BRK ROW W/HVY FIRE SHOWING & PEOPLE TRAPPED. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 2:26a.m.
CAMDEN, NJ: 2ND ALM IN THE 1200 BLK OF S. 9TH ST. VAC 2 STY DWELLING - FULLY INV. [EAN3307/10]. 2:27a.m.
STLFN: (OVERNIGHT REPORT) BELLEVILLE (ST. CLAIR Co.), IL: BELLEVILLE FD WAS ON SCENE OF SMOKE COMING FROM THE CHURCH'S CHICKEN RESTURANT ON N.BELT WEST NFI (STL 835). 5:56a.m.
*5-5-5-5* IT IS WITH REGRET TO ANNOUNCE THE LINE OF DUTY DEATH OF FF THOMAS SCHOALES E-4 FROM INJS SUSTAINED @ MANHATTAN, NY: 55-8087 WTC 9/11/01 REST IN PEACE. [MNS-OFFICE]. 8:26a.m.
YONKERS (WESTCHESTER Co.), NY: A/C/W 341 PARK B/O/O BATT **TRANSMIT A SECOND ALARM** REPT INJURIES. 8:29a.m.
U/D - YONKERS, NY: 2ND ALARM aof 341 PARK AVENUE X SCHNONARD PLACE. CAR 5 RPTS HAVE FIRE IN THE WALL OF A LARGE 3 1/2 FRM. HAD TROUBLE WITH OPENING UP. 2ND ALARM UNIT 2E & 1T TO BE USED WITH HOOKS. ALL INJURIES APPEAR TO BE MINOR A/T/T. [MNS 111]. 8:41a.m.
STLFN: BELLEVILLE (ST. CLAIR Co.), IL: UPDATE ON BELLEVILLE FD's RESTAURANT FIRE AT CHURCHES CHICKEN, 4225 N. BELT WEST. ENG. 3 ON SCENE RPTS HVY SMK SHOWING, 1 LINE OFF. THERE WAS HEAVY FIRE IN THE OFFICE. BELLEVILLE CRIME SCENE UNIT WAS DISP. BELLEVILLE FD RPTS A WINDOW WAS BROKEN, SEVERAL CASH REGISTERS & THE SAFE WERE BROKEN INTO. [STL997]. 9:57a.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: ST. LOUIS CITY FIRE DEPT - 1ST ALARM ON ARRIVAL FOR A FIRE IN A BLDG AT 1903 BACON x-st NORTH MARKET. HEAVY SMOKE FROM A 2 STY BRICK - ONE LINE OFF. PUMPERS 17 10 5 29 H&L 15 RESCUE SQUAD 1 BC801 805. [STL810]. 11:41a.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: ST. LOUIS CITY FIRE DEPT IS ON THE SCENE AT PRAIRIE & LEE ASSISTING THE HUMANE SOCIETY WITH SOME TYPE OF ANIMAL RESCUE. [STL810].11:41a.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D ST. LOUIS CITY FIRE DEPT - 1ST ALARM FIRE IN A BLDG AT 1903 BACON: BC801 REPORTS FIRE IN A 2 STORY BRICK - WILL HOLD. [STL810]. 11:43a.m.
STLFN: BELLEVILLE (ST. CLAIR Co.), IL: BELLEVILLE FD IL. IS ON THE SCENE OF A FULLY INV. GARAGE, CARPORT AND CAR FIRE ON EAST GARFIELD ST. ENG1, TRK1, TRK2. ON SCENE. [STL997]. 11:58a.m.
PATERSON (PASSAIC Co.), NJ: 2ND ALM 413 E.28TH ST. FIRE 2ND FLR & ATTIC OF A 2.5 STY FRM DWLG. DWH. [EAN301/100]. 12:12p.m.
FINAL U/D - PATERSON, NJ: 2ND ALM 413 E.28TH ST. ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D AND FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED U/C. [EAN301/700/103/100]. 12:39p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND - Avondale, AZ - Fatal Trailer Fire 1214 N 119th Avenue Crews have removed a fatal fire victim from a mobile home that was fully involved on arrival at 10:45AM this morning. [ICP737,963]. 2:10p.m.
STLFN: BARNHART (JEFFERSON Co.), MO: ANTONIA FPD *1st ALARM* HOUSE FIRE @ 1891 FAIRFAX DR. BURN VICTIM. [STL800-vm/899]. 4:44p.m.
STLFN: SELMA (JEFFERSON Co.), MO: R-7 FPD IS WORKING A 150 ACRE BRUSH FIRE @ 201 CLERMONT DR x WEAVER RD (OFF HWY AA). S/C FOR ADDITIONAL TANKERS TO SCENE. [STL800-vm/899]. 4:48p.m.
STLFN: SELMA (JEFFERSON Co.), MO: R-7 FPD *2nd ALARM EQUIV.* @ 201 CLERMONT DR x WEAVER RD (OFF HWY AA). A 150 ACRE BRUSH FIRES/C FOR ADDITIONAL TANKERS TO SCENE. [STL800-vm/899]. 4:56p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Montgomery Co., MD/ *2nd Alarm Apartment Fire/ 2419 Lyttonsville Rd (Silver Spring)/ Cmd rep fire showing in a 3 stry apartment building/ Ops on ch1. [MFN1]. 5:14p.m.
MONTGOMERY Co., MD: UPDATE APT FIRE **2ND ALARM** 2419 LYTTONSVILLE RD (CO19-SILVER SPRING) FIRE IN A GARDEN APT/ AT LEAST 1 PATIENT BEING TRANSPORTED/ MON CHAN1 153.95 [CW77/DC2]. 5:17p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD *1st ALARM* @ BROADWAY & ANGELICA. HEAVY FIRE IN A SALVAGE YARD - SEVERAL CYLINDERS ON FIRE. 1 INJURED CIV w/BURNS. S/C FOR THE HAZMAT TASK FORCE. [STL899]. 6:19p.m.
STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD's *1st ALARM* @ (corrected) 4701 N. BROADWAY & ANGELICA. FIRE IS U/C. 1 CIV w/3rd DEGREE BURNS IN CARE OF MEDIC UNIT. HAZ-MAT TASK FORCE DISREGARDED. PWH. [STL899]. 6:35p.m.
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Erie, PA: Water Rescue @ Foot of East Ave. Car in water. Cos: Eng 8, 6, TL 2, DC 324, Water Rescue 1, DC 324, EMS 36, 45, S 20. ECSO Scuba Team 1 & USCG S/C'd. FPO/800/D703 ©
Erie, PA: Water Rescue @ Foot of East Ave. DC 324 reports 4 divers in water. Vehicle Empty. Setting up pattern search. Car in 25-30 feet of water. FPO/800/801/D703 ©
Erie, PA: Water Rescue @ Foot of East Ave. All searches negative. EFD units in service. Turned over to ECSO & USCG for possible recovery efforts. FPO/800/801/D703 ©
Erie, PA: Water Rescue @ Foot of East Ave. Crews report nothing found. Eng 8 removed vehicle with winch on their rig. FPO/800/801/D703 ©
Columbus: W/F 380 Gender Rd. Chimney fire with extension. Cos: Eng 551 (Bloom Twp), 32, Lad 32, Res4cuE, Med 182, BN 181, 4. BN 181 S/C Fairfield County SO. FPO/D260 ©
Columbus: MVA/PIN 6001 East Broad St in front of Mt Carmel East Hospital. Cos: Eng 5, MEd 5, Res4cuE, Res2cuE, EMS 16, SO 2, BN 4. FPO/221/260/320/D276 ©
Liberty Twp (Union): W/F 26150 Clayburn Rd. Mulch fire. Cos: Eng 291, 294, Tank 291, Med 291. M/A Richwood for Engine/Tanker. FPO/D276 ©
Liberty Twp (Union): W/F 26150 Clayburn Rd. 100 x 20 area of Wood Pallets/Mulch burning. M/A Sta 301 for tanker. FPO/D276 ©
Liberty Twp (Union): W/F 26150 Clayburn Rd. BN 291 requesting Class A Foam Packs & Marysville Med 271. 4 Departments now on scene. FPO/D276 ©
Liberty Twp (Union): W/F 26150 Clayburn Rd. Additional Engine sent to set up water supply. Tanker shuttle in progress. FPO/D276 ©
North Canton (Stark): MVA/PIN 400 North Main St. Medic 1 requesting Extrication equipment. FPO/701/D276 ©
Lakeview Fire/Indian Lake EMS (Logan): W/F Kings Rd @ Kings Landing. Cos: Eng 61, 62, Tank 61, Res61cuE, BN 61. Fully involved trailer fire. M/A Richland Twp. FPO/D276 ©
Lakeview Fire/Indian Lake EMS (Logan): W/F Kings Rd @ Kings Landing. M/A from Russells Point for tanker. FPO/D276 ©
Warren Twp (Trumbull): W/F 5836 Risher Rd. Sta 47, 48, 49 on scene. M/A Braceville Tanker 16. Garage fire. FPO/323/258/D276 ©
Liberty Twp (Union): Extra Company W/F 26150 Clayburn Rd. Water shuttle in progress. Foam in use. Additional M/A from Logan County for tankers. FPO/D276 ©
Columbus: MVA/PIN Roberts & Rome-Hilliard Rd. Cos: Eng 26, Med 26, 30, 71 (Upper Arlington), Res71enG, Res17cuE, EMD 15, BN 5. FPO/D284 ©
Columbus: MVA/PIN Roberts & Rome-Hilliard Rd. Eng 26 requesting MedFlight be put on stand-by. FPO/D284 ©
Columbus: MVA/PIN Roberts & Rome-Hilliard Rd. MedFlight enroute. EMS 15 requesting Lad 26 for LZ set-up. FPO/D284 ©
Columbus: MVA/PIN Roberts & Rome-Hilliard Rd. BN 5 in charge. Add EMS 11, & SO 2. FPO/D284 ©
Columbus: MVA/PIN Roberts & Rome-Hilliard Rd. MedFlight is 2-3 minutes out. Extrication Complete. Lad 26 has LZ set up at SW corner. FPO/221/D284 ©
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-by Scott Harris
0015 W/F WALLINGFORD CONN 99 Fairview Ave house fire
0919 3rd ALM NEW HAVEN CONN 461 Whalley Ave 4-story brick OMD heavy fire thru the roof
1701 W/F HARTFORD CONN Box 441 191 Cheshire St 2.5-story frame single family dwelling - heavy fire floor #1 rear extended into the attic
2243 W/F WILLINGTON CONN 80 Ridgewood Dr house fire
0153 W/F HARTFORD CONN Box 572 19 Kenneth St (near Broad St) 3-story frame OMD - cellar fire
0320 W/F HAMDEN CONN 3816 Whitney Ave 1-story frame commercial building "Pauli G's Bar & Grill" - fire showing
0415 W/F STAFFORD CONN 4 Old Birch Rd house fire
1300 ACW CHESHIRE CONN 25 Currier Place partition fire in a condominium
1650 ACW GROTON CONN 502 Thames St auto fire inside a 1.5-story frame garage
1707 W/F+ MERIDEN CONN Box 692 119 Grove St 2.5-story frame OMD - heavy fire floor #1 - special call 2 add'l engines
1327 W/F SALISBURY CONN 476 Under Mountain Rd building fire
1457 2nd ALM HAMDEN CONN 103 Chester St 1.5-story frame single family dwelling - heavy smoke showing - there was 1 fatality at this scene (79 year old female) - firefighters were hampered by excessive clutter and debris inside this house
2053 W/F+ MERIDEN CONN Box 18 523 Center St (corner of Sherman Ave) 1-story brick 30x75 commercial building "New Life Strip & Finish" - heavy fire blowing out the front windows upon arrival - special call 2 add'l engines
2119 ACW MANSFIELD CONN (Eagleville) 54 Middle Trpk (Rte 44) electrical fire in the attic - mutual aid on the scene
1320 W/F PROSPECT CONN 8 Genest Ave bedroom fire in a dwelling
1852 W/F BRIDGEPORT CONN 106 Linwood Ave 3-story frame - fire floor #1
0758 W/F SHELTON CONN 585 Buddington Rd house fire 2-story frame
1703 ACW CHAPLIN CONN 50 North Bedlum Rd fire floor #1
1015 W/F CLINTON CONN 5 Nod Court house fire
0521 W/F HARTFORD CONN Box 634 86 Newton St "West End" 2.5-story frame OMD - rear porches by order of Ladder 5
0621 W/F HARTFORD CONN Box 47 876 Broad St (corner of Park St) "Frog Hollow" vacant 4-story brick - fire floors 1+2
1201 ACW HAMDEN CONN on 2nd St - auto fire extended to a building
*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
CINCINNATI FIRE DEPARTMENT
District Fire Chief Glen Coleman
Time: 07:14 p.m.
This is Cincinnati Fire District 3 Chief Glenn Coleman reporting on a one-alarm fire that occurred this evening in the Mt. Airy area of Cincinnati.
Fire companies were dispatched at 7:14 PM to 4862 Hawaiian Terrace for a structure fire. Firefighters upon arrival found fire and smoke showing from the second floor of this three-story brick townhouse. Companies made a quick attack on this fire and kept it confined to the kitchen area on the second floor with smoke damage to the top floor. Working smoke detectors alerted residents of the building to escape and call 911.
Occupants that were at home at the time of the fire escaped safely. Grease left cooking on the stove unattended caused fire. One adult and three children were displaced and are staying with friends. Building loss is estimated at $10,000. There are no injuries to firefighters or occupants.
Firefighters were on the scene about 11/2 hours. 3 engines, 2 ladder trucks, and rescue unit were used to battle this fire. About 25 firefighters total.
For additional information contact District 3 Chief Glenn Coleman at 352-2333.
CINCINNATI FIRE DEPARTMENT
District Fire Chief Paul Weber
Time: 03:00 p.m.
This is Cincinnati Fire District Chief Paul Weber reporting on a one-alarm fire which occurred at 3:00 today at the Specialty Envelope Company, 4890 Spring Grove Avenue in Winton Place.
Fire companies were dispatched for a water flow alarm and upon arrival found heavy smoke from the first floor. The sprinkler system confined the fire until firefighters located and extinguished the fire.
Firefighters were on the scene for 1 1/2 hours and the loss is estimated at $20,000. There were no injuries.
For additional information contact DC Paul Weber at 352-2333. Thank you.
CINCINNATI FIRE DEPARTMENT
District Fire Chief Stephen Phillips
District Fire Chief Anson Turley
Time: 05:00 p.m.
Good evening this is District Fire Chief Anson Turley reporting on a fire which took place at approx. 5:00 PM this evening in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Walnut Hills. The fire occurred at 2352 Kenton St. in a two-story frame dwelling with an attic. When fire crews arrived they were met with heavy smoke and fire in the abandoned unoccupied structure.
It took 25 firefighters approximately 15 minutes to bring the fire under control. Firefighters had to be cautious and fight the fire from the exterior briefly until and interior attack could be made. Fires of this type are particularly dangerous to firefighters. The building had been abandoned sometime before the fire.
Weather, time and neglect made the structure unstable even before it began to burn. Thankfully no injuries occurred to either firefighters or civilians. We in the force have a saying. Risk a lot to save a life; risk a little to save property; risk nothing to save what is already lost. This building was lost before the fire occurred.
The cause of the fire is under investigation. Damage is set at $10,000. For questions contact District One Fire Chief Steve Phillips at 352-2311.
Fredrick A. Prather
Fredrick A. Prather, District Fire Chief
Cincinnati Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau
430 Central Avenue Cincinnati,
Phone: (513) 357-7595, Fax: (513) 357-7579
LOS ANGELES, CA:
GREATER ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE:
On Saturday, January 12, 2002 at 1235 Hours (12:35 PM PST), eleven Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, three LAFD Rescue Ambulances and two Battalion Officer Command Teams, all under the direction of Assistant Chief Terry Manning responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 425 South Catalina Street in the Koreatown area of Los Angeles. The first Company to arrive on scene reported heavy smoke showing to the rear of a 35,000 square-foot three-story center hallway apartment building with a central courtyard. Firefighters using handlines mounted a brisk assault on the flames, which had taken hold of an apartment and balcony on the second floor of the “O”-shaped structure, threatening the apartment directly above. With tenacious and well-coordinated efforts on two floors, the fire was extinguished in just 18 minutes. There were no injuries. Most heavily damaged by the blaze was the second-floor apartment of origin in the western portion of the 42-unit building, with lesser damage to a third-floor unit above. Monetary loss is preliminarily estimated at $30,000 ($20,000 structure & $10,000 contents). As a result of the fire, a total of nine adults and five children from two families were referred to the American Red Cross for placement assistance. The cause of this noontime blaze is categorized as suspicious.
REPORT PREPARED BY:
Yours in Safety and Service,
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room EOC-423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA
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Brooklyn, N.Y. 01/12/02 @ 15:30 hrs.
address: 139 Lynch St.
between: Marcy Ave. & Lee Ave.
337 @ 15:22
Engs. 209, 211, 221
Lads. 102, T.L. 119
Batt. 57 s/c
10 - 75 - 337 @ 15:26
Ladder 108 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 217 s/c
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
3 Story Brick 25 x 50 M.D.
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 3 Story Brick 25 x 50
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a 5 Story Brick 100 x 200
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 337 @ 15:30
Batt. 57 reports, Will be using all - hands at this box. Special Call an add. Eng. & Truck Eng. 216 & Lad. 104 are s/c
Batt. 57 reports, We have a fire on the top floor that's dropping down to the 1st. floor. 2 - lines are stretched & operating. Searches are in progress. The fire is Doubtful Will Hold
Division 11: We have 4 - lines stretched & in operation. 2 - lines are stretched into the fire bldg. 1 - line stretched to the 2nd. floor. 1 - line stretched to the 3rd. floor. 1 - line is stretched to the rear of the fire bldg. 1 - line is stretched to Exp. #2 Primary search still being conducted. Fire is Still Doubtful.
Division 11: Primary search completed in the fire bldg. & is negative. Main body of fire has been knocked down. Truck Co.'s are continuing to "Open Up" and were extinguishing remaining pockets of fire. This fire still remains Doubtful.
Special Call an add. Truck Co. for relief purposes. Lad. 146 is s/c
Division 15: Reports Probably Will Hold at this fire.
Division 15: Secondary searches are completed thru out & are negative. Place this fire UnderControl "K"
***BALTIMORE, MARYLAND FIRE HISTORY***
for January 12th:
1979: 2 Alarms - Box#6533 - 1646 Cedox St - Curtis Bay (South Baltimore) - Fire involved the 2 story brick Sportmans Club. (CHM1)
1988: 3 Alarms - Box#7845 - 0732hrs - 2504 Edgecomb Circle North - Park Heights (Northwest Baltimore) - Fire involved an apartment building - Firefighters were hampered by a high chain-link fence around the complex. (TGA)
1992: 3 Alarms - Box#167 - 1214hrs - 501 S Broadway - Fells Point (Southeast Of Downtown) - Fire involved a 4 story building containing a Revco Store on the 1st floor - A space heater reportedly caused the fire which burned out the 1st floor a spread heavy smoke throughout the building - 2 civilians were injured but refused treatment. (TGA)
1993: 2 Alarms + Special Call 3 Engines(52, 6, & 19), 1 Truck(23), 1 Medic(4), 1 EMS Supervisor(4), Fire Investigation(10 & 5), & Police Arson(60 & 62) - Box#766 - 1931hrs - 2025-2031 N Bentalou St - Northwest Of Downtown - Fire involved (4) 2 story brick rowhouses - The fire started in 2031 & spread south to 2029 & 2027 & the porch of 2025 - 2031 was a complete burnout - A total of 8 adults & 3 female children were displaced by this fire & all found shelter in the neighborhood or with relatives. (TGA)
George T. Ehrman
RESPONSE - HISTORY
12JAN2001 - El Salvador - Earthquake - An earthquake measuring magnitude 7.6 struck; more than 840 people were killed.
12JAN1957 - USSR - Nuclear Accident - Residents of Kyshtym, in the Ural Mountains in the USSR are forced to evacuate following an explosion at a nuclear weapons plant. More than 10,000 Russian citizens are evacuated from their homes following this incident, and thousans of lives were lost.
12JAN1954 - Blons, Austria - Avalanche - Austria's worst avalanche at Blons, kills 200. Second avalanche 9 hrs. later kills 115 rescue workers and survivors.
12JAN1945 - Mikawa, Japan - Earthquake - An earthquake, with the intensity of 7.1, adds insult to the battle-fatigued citizens as a result, 1901 perish.
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