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Thursday, March 06, 2003
BALTIMORE Co., MD: *FATAL* WORKING FIRE/RESCUE BOX / OCC GAR APT BLDG / 3908 NOYES CIR / CO#46 - LIBERTY RD / HAVE A 3 STY OCC GAR APT BLDG W/HVY FIRE 1ST FL / MANY RESCUES MADE VIA GROUND LADDERS / *(1) PRI-4 (DOA) PT / 4TH MEDIC RQSTD. DC/BMD/E*23
W/F - KITTERY, ME: 66 WHIPPLE ROAD. REPORTED FIRE IN A OCCUPIED DWELLING. M/A IN FROM KITTERY POINT. *154.190/154.430* C31/C101/C603 [TAC9-C20]. 4:06a.m.
U/D - KITTERY, ME: W/F 66 WHIPPLE ROAD. FIRE IN A 2-STORY WOOD FRAME 40X20 OCCUPIED. DWELLING HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING. *154.1900/154.4300* C101/C31 O/S C603 [TAC9-C20]. 4:14a.m.
2ND ALARM - KITTERY, ME: 66 WHIPPLE ROAD. REPORTED FIRE THRU THE ROOF OF A 2-STORY 40X20 OCCUPIED DWELLING. M/A TO SCENE AND COVERAGE. *154.1900/154.4300* C31/C101 O/S C603 [TAC9-C20]. 4:26a.m.
U/D - KITTERY, ME: 2ND ALARM 66 WHIPPLE ROAD. BULK OF THE HEAVY FIRE KNOCKED DOWN. CO'S OVERHAULING AND CHECKING FURTHER EXTENTION. PWH. *154.4300/154.1900* C31/C101 O/S C603 [TAC9-C20]. 4:51a.m.
KINGSTON, NH: MVA RT.125 & 107 SOUTH. (1) FEMALE EJECTED WITH SERIOUS INJURY ALS TO THE SCENE. *154.190* [TAC9-C31]. 10:03a.m.
AUGUSTA, ME: W/F ON LITTLEFIELD STREET. A STRUCTURE FIRE. *154.400* C220 [TAC9-C101]. 10:20a.m.
ATTLEBORO, MA: MVA ON RT 95 NEAR THE RHODE ISLAND LINE- MULTI CAR MVA WITH INJURIES -UNITS REQUESTING A BRISTOL CTY TASK FORCE. REPORTS OF OVER 100 VEHICLES INVOLVED. *154.385* [TAC9-C06]. 10:38a.m.
U/D - ATTLEBORO, MA: MVART 95 SB AND NB AT THE RHODE ISLAND LINE. REPORT OF A 100 CAR MVA WITH INJURIES. REQUEST FOR AN AMBULANCE TASKFORCE WITH 20 AMBULANCES TO THE SCENE. MULTIPLE 10-45'S *154.385* C33 [TAC9-C06]. 10:44a.m.
U/D ATTLEBORO, MA: MVA ON ROUTE 95 SOUTH BOUND BEFORE THE RI STATE LINE. REPORTED 50-100 VEHICLES INVOLVED. REQ FOR A BRISTOL CTY AMB TASK FORCE & MEDFLIGHT. *154.385* C06/C105 [TAC9-C461]. 10:45a.m.
U/D - ATLLEBORO MA: MULTI-CAR MVA APPROX 50-100 CARS INVOLVED WITH MULTIPLE INJURIES AND ENTRAPMENT- 20+ AMBULANCES ENROUTE AND THE HIGHWAY IS SHUT DOWN. GENERAL RECALL OF AREA DEPARTMENTS IN PROGRESS. [TAC9-C06]. 11:02a.m.
U/D - ATTLEBORO MA: MVA/MCI RT 95 SOUTH IN THE AREA OF WIEGH STATION AND RT 295. REPORTED 50-100 CAR MVA WITH AMBULANCE TASK FORCE ENROUTE. OIC REPORTING JAWS IN USE. MULTIPLE 10-45'S *154.385* C105/C33 [TAC9-C06]. 11:07a.m.
U/D - ATTLEBORO, MA: MVA/MCI RT 95 AT RT 295 REPORTED AS 50-100 CARS INVLOVED WITH MULTIPLE INJURIES. OVER 20 AMBULANCES ENROUTE. OIC REPORTING ENTRAPMENT. GENERAL RECALL OF AREA DEPARTMENTS. [TAC9-C06]. 11:11a.m.
U/D - ATTLEBORO, MA: MVA/MCI RT 95 SB 50-100 CAR MVA. AMBULANCE TASK FORCE IS TRIAGING SEVERAL WALKING WOUNDED 10-45'S UNKOWN CODES. OIC IS STAGING EMS UNITS AND SEVERAL TOW TRUCKS. EXT OPERTIONS *154.385* [TAC9-C06]. 11:27a.m.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN, RI: MVA ROUTE 138 (USQUEPAUG RD) AT THE RICHMOND TOWN LINE WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS REQ TO THE SCENE *453.45/155.55* C201 [TAC9-C33]. 11:32a.m.
PROVIDENCE RI: W/F+ ON OSBOURNE ST. REPORTED SMOKE SHOWING FROM A 3.5 STY WD FRM STRUCTURE. REQUEST FOR AN EXTRA ENGINE AND LADDER TO THE SCENE. CO'S CONDUCTING A PRIMARY SURVEY. *151.220* C303/C201 [TAC9-C06]. 11:43a.m.
U/D - PROVIDENCE, RI: W/F+ ON OSBOURNE ST. REPORTED SMOKE SHOWING FROM A 2.5 STY STRUCTURE. REQUEST FOR EXTRA ENGINE AND LADDER OVER THE W/F. BULK OF FIRE K/D. CO'S OVERHAULING. PWH *151.220* C303/C201 [TAC9-C06]. 11:58a.m.
LONDONDERRY, NH: MVA PILLSBURY ROAD AT HIGH RANGE ROAD WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS WORKING. OIC REQ TRAUMA TEAM ACTIVATION AT THE ELLIOT HOSPITAL IN MANCHESTER. *151.175* C31 [TAC9-C101]. 12:26p.m.
PORTLAND, ME: MVA 985 WASHINGTON AVENUE. JAWS OPERATING. *154.205/800 TRUNK* [TAC9-C31]. 11:45p.m.
HAMPTON, NH: MVA INTERSTATE 95 NORTH BOUND NEAR TOWLE FARM ROAD. A R/O WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS AND 2 ENGINES WORKING. *154.145* C31 [TAC9-C101]. 1:10p.m.
NEWTON, NH: MVA NEAR 95 AMESBURY ROAD. A ROLLOVER WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS BEING REQUESTED. *154.190/155.3625* [TAC9-C101]. 2:23p.m.
NORTON MA: W/F @ 111 OAK STREET. HEAVY SMOKE AND FIRE SHOWING FROM AN OCCUPIED DWELLING. OIC REPORTING HOUSE FULLY INVOLVED. *453.8625* [TAC9-C327]. 2:43p.m.
U/D - NORTON, MA: W/F 111 OAK STREET. OCCUPIED HOUSE FULLY INVOLVED. 2 LINES OPERATING. COMPANIES HAVING HYDRANT PROBLEMS. ALL OCCUPANTS ACCOUNTED FOR. M/A ENGINE FROM MANSFIELD TO SCENE. *453.8625* [TAC9-C327]. 2:48p.m.
COLUMBUS, OH: *2nd ALARM* 3065 ASHTON CROSS. FIRE THRU THE ROOF OF A 2-STY APT. M/A FROM VIOLET TWP/TRURO TWP/MADISON TWP. (1) PERSON TRANSPORTED (MINOR INJURIES) [FPO/276/221/D284] (c). 3:09p.m.
SWARTZ CREEK (GENESEE Co.), MI: *2ND ALARM EQ* SWARTZ CREEEK MEADOWS TRAILER PARK. FIRE IN A MOBILE HOME. REPORTED AS 1 MALE ADULT & 5 CHILDREN TRAPPED. M/A FROM FLUSHING & GAINES FD. 154.190MHz. [FNNM-681>400]. 4:51p.m.
*BREAKING NEWS* WEST WARWICK, RI: "THE STATION" FIRE HAS CLAIMED IT'S 99TH VICTIM. A MALE VICTIM PASSED AWAY TODAY AT MASS GENERAL IN BOSTON. [TAC9-C51]. 5:04p.m.
2ND ALARM - GROTON, CT: 111 MATHER AVE. FIRE ON FLOOR 1 OF AN OMD - EXTENDED TO FLOOR 2. CT169/19 [TAC9-C101]. 5:11p.m.
DERRY, NH: MVA ROUTE 28 (ROCKINGHAM ROAD). 2 CARS WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS OPERATING. *154.130* C158 [TAC9-C101]. 6:19p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD *1st ALARM* @ 5310 EMERSON - HVY FIRE IN A 2-STY BLDG. *EVACUATION TONES SOUNDED* ALL FF's EVACUATING THE BLDG. OUTSIDE STAND. PUMPERS: 12-24-26-27-33, HL15, BC805/806, SQD-2, DC810. [STL899]. 7:58p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D STLFD's *1st ALARM* @ 5310 EMERSON - VAC 2-STY BLDG w/EXPOSURE PROBLEMS. 2 MASTER STREAMS WORKING. FF's IN A DEFENSIVE STAND ATT. [STL899]. 7:59p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D STLFD's *1st ALARM* @ 5310 EMERSON: VAC 2-STY BLDG. DC810 RPTS FIRE IS NOW U/C. S/O THE 1st ALARM. 2 MASTER STREAMS & 1 BIG HANDLINE WORKING. ALL CO's IN OPS OUTSIDE. [STL899]. 8:52p.m.
2nd ALARM - DENNIS, MA: (CAPE COD) 527 RT 28. STRUCTURE FIRE. M/A TO SCENE & COVER. REQUEST RED CROSS *800* OPS C-4 C316 [TAC9-C289]. 9:03p.m.
U/D - DENNISPORT, MA: (CAPE COD) 2nd ALARM @ 527 RT 28. KREAM & KONE RESTAURANT. ALL COMPANYS ORDERED OUT OF BUILDING. *800* OPS C-4 C316 [TAC9-C289]. 9:09p.m.
MANHATTAN, NY: U/A BOX 845, WALDORF ASTORIA HOTEL, PARK AVE x 49/50 STS. POSS EXPLOSIVES IN HOTEL, NUM. NYPD ESU HAMMER & HERCULES TEAMS/FD/FD HAZMAT AL O/S. PART OF HOTEL BEING EVAC. *SEC OF STATE POWELL STAYING AT HOTEL* [MNS432/250/342]. 9:37p.m.
STLFN: WILDWOOD (ST.LOUIS Co.), MO: CHESTERFIELD FPD *1st ALARM* @ 129 CENTAUR RD. HVY SMOKE SHOWING FROM THE ATTIC OF A RESIDENCE. 1 LINE OFF SO FAR. [STL899]. 10:03p.m.
U/D - MANHATTAN, NY: BOX 845, WALDORF ASTORIA HOTEL, PARK AVE x 49/50 STS. POSS EXPLOSIVES IN HOTEL; 5 FLOORS OF HOTEL EVAC *SEC OF STATE POWELL & HIS PARTY HAVE LEFT HOTEL* NYPD UNIT ENRTE TO PD LAB WITH SOME TYPE OF SAMPLE. [MNS432/250/342]. 10:10p.m.
FINAL: MANHATTAN, NY: BOX 845, WALDORF ASTORIA HOTEL, PARK AVE x 49/50 STS; POSS EXPLOSIVES IN HOTEL; FD DIV 3 RPTS "SITUATION UNDER CONTROL, ALL FD UNITS TAKING UP" PD COMMUNICATIONS VIA NEXTEL, NOW PROPER ID BY BOMB SQ. [MNS432/250/342].10:19p.m.
STLFN: WILDWOOD (ST.LOUIS Co.), MO: U/D - CHESTERFIELD FPD's *1st ALARM* @ 129 CENTAUR RD. HVY FIRE IN ATTIC OF AN OCCUPIED 2-STY HOUSE. UTILITIES NOTIFIED. AT LEAST 2 LINES WORKING. S/C FOR AN ADD'L AMBO.[STL899]. 10:22p.m.
RICHMOND, ME: MVA LANGDON RD. M/A JAWS FROM BOWDOINHAM FD TO THE SCENE. SERIOUS INJURY REPORTED *154.325* [TAC9-C31]. 10:34p.m.
ATTLEBORO, MA: MVA 49 WALNUT ST. CAR VS POLE WITH WIRES DOWN. 1 PERSON TRAPPED IN VEHICLE BY LIVE WIRES. REQUEST FOR ELECTRIC COMPANY WITH A PUSH. *154.385* [TAC9-C51]. 10:54p.m.
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Dayton FD: Extra Company W/F 5th & ? Cos: Eng 9, 10, 17, Lad 11, 13, West DC, East DC, Air Truck, Numerous staff. Eng 2 as Extra Company. FPO/257/D703 ©
Hermitage, PA (Mercer): MVA/PIN on Memorial Dr (Rt 18). Single car rollover, young female pinned, legs pinned under roof. Sta 93 & Private ambulances working. Unknown injuries. FPO/258/D703 ©
Erie, PA: W/F Box # 181 @ 810 Walnut. Quick K/D of bedroom fire in 2 sty house. Cos: Eng 3, 11, 8, TL 2, DC 321, FI 1. FPO/801/D703 ©
Columbus FD: W/F 3065 Ashton Cross Ct. Cos: Eng 5, 161, 181, 182, Lad 32, 23, Med 5, 181, BN 6, 4, 101. Fire in apt bldg. FPO/D276 ©
Columbus FD: W/F 3065 Ashton Cross Ct. Fire thru roof, in several units. Eng 151, Lad 22, BN 180, SO 2 on the card, also. FPO/D276 ©
Columbus FD: W/F 3065 Ashton Cross Ct. Fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/D276 ©
Columbus FD: MVA/MCI I-670 & I-71. Multiple vehicles, multiple entrapments, multiple traumas. FPO/223/D249 ©
Columbus FD: W/F 2822 Zach Dr. BN 131 (Grossman) reports a 1.5 sty house under construction fully involved. Cos: Eng 28, 134, Lad 28, Res16cuE, Med 119, BN 131, 6. RIC: Eng 16, Med 61, EMS 12, SO 2. Now K/D. Some companies heading for I-670. FPO/276/249/223/D260 ©
Columbus FD: MVA/MCI I-670 & I-71. Cos: Med 1, 7, 8, 25, 13, 29, Res2cuE, Res16cuE, Res71enG, Eng 8, 20, 18, EMS 11, 13, 15, BN 1, 3, SO 2. FPO/221/223/260/D249 ©
Columbus FD: MVA/MCI I-670 & I-71. Res2cuE & Res16cuE both working. Hospitals on Trauma Alert. FPO/221/223/260/D249 ©
Columbus FD: MVA/MCI I-670 & I-71. Med 8 & 1 to Grant, Med 18 to OSU Main. All adult drivers. FPO/221/223/260/D249 ©
Columbus FD: W/F 1982 Winslow Dr. Lad 15 reports fire showing from a 3 sty apt bldg. Cos: Eng 15, 4, 14, Lad 15, 8, Res4cuE, Med 15, 14, BN 4, 1. Reports of people trapped. FPO/249/D260 ©
Columbus FD: W/F 1982 Winslow Dr. Reports of victims hanging from Side 1 & 3. RIC: Eng 21, Med 4, EMS 14, SO 2. FPO/249/D260 ©
Columbus FD: Extra Company W/F 1982 Winslow Dr. BN 4 reporting possible trapped people. Asking for extra Engine. FPO/260/249/D284 ©
Columbus FD: Extra Company W/F 1982 Winslow Dr. BN 4 (Gaul) has command. Eng 15, Med 8, 2, Lad 2, EMS 11 enroute. FPO/249/260/D284 ©
Columbus FD: Extra Company W/F 1982 Winslow Dr. BN 4 reports searches negative. Fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/249/260/D284 ©
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Wednesday, March 05, 2003
All times are Eastern Standard Time
Brooklyn *Working-Fire* Box 1091 @ Bedford Av & Hawthorne St. 6 Sty 190x100 Omd. Fire Reported #2 Flr * Mns-2
Brooklyn W/F 1091 Aof 170 HAWTHORNE ST X BEDFORD/ROGERS AVES. FIRE 2nd FL OF A 6 STY MD. L157 FAST. BN41 I/C [MNS085]
Brooklyn 75-1091 Aof 170 HAWTHORNE ST X BEDFORD/ROGERS AVES. FIRE 3rd FL OF A 6 STY 190X100 OMD. BN41 RPTS 2 LINES RUN, 1 IN OPER. FIRE D/W/H. MNS085/2
Brooklyn- 75-1091 *All-Hands* @ Bedford Av & Hawthorne St. 6 Sty Brk 190x100 Omd. Batt41 Rpts Fire
Manhattan 75-1157 Aof 1263 Lexington Ave X E85 St. B10 Ic Rpts Fire 1st Fl Delicatessen In A Renovated Bdg. 1 Line S/O, Checking Floor Above For Ext. L16 Fast [Mns342]
Manhattan 75-1168 Aof 313 W 87 St X West End Ave 3 Sty Brownstone 25x80 Fire Top Fl S/C E44 L43 L26 Fast Bn-11 I/C Mns-30
Manhattan 75-1168 Corr To 311 W 87 St @ West End Ave Fire In A Omd No Size Up L26fast Bn-11 I/C (Mns-30*Iap)
Manhattan 75-1168, 313 W 87 St, Fire #3 Fl Of A 3 Stry Brownstone 25x85, Addtl Eng & Trk Spec Called Above A/H's, Dwh. Mns432/250
Manhattan Final U/D 75-1168 Aof 313 W 87 St X West End Ave 3 Sty 25x85 Brownstone Fire Top Fl Main Body Fire K/D Sch's Neg Pwh Div-3 I/C Mns-432/250/30
Queens Mva W/Pin, W/B Whitestone Expwy Just West of Cross Island Pkwy, FDNY O/S Along With Ems, Tl144 Using The Tool. Mns432/250
Queens W/F 9144 Aof 69-10 108 St X 69 Ave. Fire In An Omd. Several Calls For Residents In Distress. Req. Ems For 2 Aided In Lobby Of Bldg. L136 Fast [Mns342]
QUEENS 75-9144 Aof 69-10 108 ST X 69 AVE. FIRE IN APT 8H OF AN 10BK CLASS 1 OMD 200x156. FIRE VENTING OUT WINDOWS; 2 LINES S/O SEVERAL CALLS FOR RESIDENTS IN DISTRESS. REQ. EMS FOR 2 AIDED IN LOBBY OF BLDG. L136 FAST [MNS342]
U/D QUEENS 75-9144 Aof 69-10 108 ST X 69 AVE. FIRE IN APT 8H OF AN 10BK CLASS 1 OMD 200x156. D14 REPTS ALL VISIBLE FIRE IS K/D. SEARCHES IN PROGRESS, TKS OPENING UP [MNS342]
Thursday, March 06, 2003
Queens: 7-5-9378, 38-20 99 St X Roosevelt Ave, Fire In Bsmnt Of A 3 Stry Frm 20x40 P/D, 2 L/S/O, Main Bdy Fire K/D, Fire Is Pwh. 1 10-45 Code 3 Civ W/Smk Inhalation. Mns432/250
Manhattan: 7-5-146 *All-Hands* @ 146 West Broadway Nr Worth St. Fd Rpts Fire Involving A Feeder Cable W/Poss Ext'n Into A Bldg * Mns-2
Manhattan: 7-5-146 @ 160 W.B'way Nr Worth St. 25 Sty Brk 200x200 Comm'l Bldg. Fd Rpts Fire In The Bsmt Involving A Feeder Cable * Mns-2
Manhattan: *10-77-Hi-Rise-Fire* E 25 St & 3 Av - Fire #3 Flr Of A Hi-Rise Occupied Multiple Dwlg * Mns-2
U/D Manhattan: *10-77-Hi-Rise-Fire* Tentative Box # 627 @ E 25 St & 3 Av. Fire In A Hi-Rise O.M.D. Div3 Rpts The 10-45 Is A Code 2 (Life Threatening Inj) * Mns-2
Queens: W/F Box 7371 R/O 38-54 Vernon Blvd X 38 Ave Fire In Boiler Room Of A Oil Barg R/O Keyspan Bn-49 Ah Ch Div-14 Enrte L128 Fast Bn-45 I/C Mns-30
Queens: 7-5-7371 R/O 38-54 Vernon Blvd X 38 Ave Oil Barge @ Keyspan Fire Contained To Boiler Room Notify Uscg Barge Has #6 Fuel Oil On Board Bn-45 I/C Mns-30
U/D Queens: 7-5-7371 R/O 38-54 Vernon Blvd X 38 Ave Fire In Boiler Room Of A Oil Barge Fire Is K/D Temp. Is Dropping In Boiler Room Still Dwh Bn-45 Mns-30
Bronx: W/F Box 4785 Aof 1883 Billingsley Terr X Phalen Pl Bsmt Fire Of A Pd L49 Fast Mns-30
Final U/D Bronx: 7-5-4785 Aof 11883 Billingsley Terr X Phalen Pl 2 Brk 25x75 Pd Bsmt Fire All Fire K/D Pri/Secondary Neg Some Oil In Bsmt Used Some Foam 1 Line Run Pwh Div-7 I/C Mns-30
U/D, Queens: 7-5-7302, 43-33 48 St X Queens Blvd, Bc46 Now Xmitting 7-5 With The Under Control, Fire Was In Apt 6h On #6 Fl Of A 6 Story Bk. O.m.d. Mns432/250/30
Manhattan: Box 845, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Park Ave X 49/50 Sts. Poss. Explosives In Hotel, Num. NYPD Esu Hammer & Hercules Teams/FD/FD Hazmat Al O/S. Part Of Hotel Being Evac. *Sec Of State Powell Staying At Hotel* Mns432/250/342
U/D Manhattan: Box 845, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Park Ave X 49/50 Sts Poss Explosives In Hotel; 5 Floors Of Hotel Evac *Sec Of State Powell & His Party Have Left Hotel* NYPD Unit Enrte To Pd Lab With Some Type Of Sample Mns432/250/342
Final: Manhattan: Box 845, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Park Ave X 49/50 Sts; Poss Explosives In Hotel; FD Div 3 Rpts "Situation Under Control, All FD Units Taking Up" Pd Communications Via Nextel, Now Proper Id By Bomb Sq. Mns432/250/342
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Boise Idaho report
-0756hrs - 2nd Alarm - 3344 N Frontier Way (West Boise) = E10, 11, 4, T6, BC2> Have a 2-story SFD w/ heavy fire in the basement, extending through the walls - 2nd Alarm = E21, 201, 202, T1, BC1.
-2348hrs - W/F - 620 W. Fort St (Downtown) = E1, 2, 9, T1, BC1 (E5 & 3 enroute from previous alarms) > Have a fire in an office building 1st floor - E1, 5, T1 working.
-1634hrs - W/F + w/ inj's - 11660 N. Cartwright Rd (north of the Village of Hidden Springs) = E2, 9, 201, T1, BC1> Have fire in a large 2-story SFD - approx. 10 miles north of the city. S/C for Life Flight w/ 1-inhalation vctm and E402, 202, R272 (This area is protected by BLM & Garden City FD).
-2000hrs - W/F + - 120 E. Twin Willow Dr (Southeast) = E3, 7, 22, T1, BC1 > Have a large 2-story SFD w/ a chimney fire that has extended to the attic. S/C for E1 & 12.
-2254hrs - W/F w/ inj's - 1421 W. Jefferson St - basement apt. = E5, 1, 2, 6, T1, BC1 > Have a fire in the kitchen of a basement apartment of 3-story tenement - PD removing burn vctm upon arrival of E5. Engine's 5, 1 & T1 working.
Boise Fire has taken delivery of 4-BME/Spartan Pumpers, 2-Pierce Defender Pumpers, 1-Pierce 105' ladder platform & soon arriving 1- Pierce/Baker 75' Tower Ladder.
London Fire Brigade Daily Report
05 Mar 03
1956 F25 Shadwell 4 pump fire, persons reported at Gordon House on Glamis Rd, 20-sty apartment block 15m x 15m, heavy fire in 5th flr apartment using 1 hosereel, smoke conditions in hallways from 5th to 20th flrs, 2 adults & 1 child w/smoke inhalation.
2257 A21 Paddington 4 pump fire at Armitage House on Bendall Mews, 8-sty apartments over underground parking decks 15m x 20m, 2 autos on fire in 3rd sub-basement level, using 1 hosereel, 1 sprinkler head activated.
Runs for the day: 604
Runs for the year: 39064
Fallen Brothers was founded by two brother FDNY firefighters, Brian and Kevin Shea.
Kevin, while assigned to E331 in Howard Beach as a probationary firefighter (with only 3 weeks in the firehouse), the Captain in his firehouse, Vincent Fowler, died while operating at a fire in a private residence. Alongside his firehouse members, Kevin went to the aid of the Fowler family and assisted in the distribution of T-shirts to raise money solely for the widow and three young daughters. While selling shirts at festivals and events, he noted that it would be a good idea to sell these shirts on the Internet, increasing sales and bringing in more money for the family.
Kevin enlisted the help of his brother, Brian (Ladder 61), to help design a website for Capt. Fowler's Memorial T-Shirts. Brian and Kevin also saw the need for a location to sell the shirts of all the other brothers who had died on the job.
The Fallen Brothers Foundation was setup, with a website - FallenBrothers.com. The simple premise: all proceeds from the sale of the shirts will go to the funds of the individual families. Administration costs will be kept to a bare minimum by low cost Web marketing and word of mouth.
In the year 2000, the first full year of operation, over $11,000 was distributed.
Before the September 11th attack, the Foundation was on it's modest way to double the first year's amount raised.
September 11th changed things. With Kevin involved in the collapse (the only survivor from his firehouse and Battalion), and a flood orders and support from all over the world as everyone wanted to help the families, we had to temporarily suspend sales. We have now restructured the order process to be able to handle the large volume of orders. We are happy to say that by the end of October, we were back online, better than ever.
We will be adding more items to the site as new designs come available.
We thank everyone for their continued support, now, and more importantly in the future as the families move forward.
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