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Friday, June 28, 2002

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD STILL ALARM IN THE 4200 BLK OF ALDINE. SMOKE SHOWING FROM THE 2nd FLR OF A 2-STORY BRICK BUILDING. 1 LINE OFF. [STL899]. 4:54a.m.

STLFN: VENICE (MADISON Co.), IL: (0430hrs) VENICE FD HAD A WORKING FIRE IN THE 1200 BLK OF ORIOLE. 2 VAC HOUSES - FULLY INVOLVED. TOTAL LOSS. [STL899]. 4:57a.m.

NORTH HAVEN, CT: W/F 100 UNITED DRIVE. "UNITED METALS" 1 STORY METAL CLAD BUILDING. SMOKE SHOWING. CT1062 [TAC9-C422]. 7:04a.m.

NEW ORLEANS, LA: *2ND ALARM EXPLOSION* (OVERNIGHT) 1312 S. GALVEZ ST. TOP FLOOR OF A 4 STORY BRICK PROJECT BLDG.COLLAPSE AND FIRE ON FLOORS 3&4. 3 PEOPLE TO HOSPITAL. NONE IN RUBBLE. [NOLA]. 7:17a.m.

BOSTON, MA: ACW BOX 12-7128 220 NORTHERN AVE. FIRE IN THE ENGINE ROOM OF AN 80FT. FISHING BOAT. HOLDING ALL CO'S. *483.1875* [TAC9-C30]. 7:17a.m.

EASTON, MA: ACW - BOX 8 @795 WASHINGTON ST. SMOKE SHOWING O/A. REPORTED FIRE IN THE BUILDING. M/A FROM WEST BRIDGEWATER TO THE SCENE. *471.175* [TAC9-C06]. 7:46a.m.

U/D - EASTON, MA: ACW - BOX 8 @ 795 WASHINGTON ST. SMOKE SHOWING O/A. REPORTED FIRE IN A 2 STY 30X75. M/A FROM WEST BRIDGEWATER TO THE SCENE. FIRE IS K/D. *471.175* [TAC9-C06]. 7:52a.m.

HUDSON, MA: PEDESTRIAN STRUCK RTE.85 ROTARY. 1-1045C2. REQ FOR LIFEFLIGHT - L/Z IS THE HIGH SCHOOL. *46.42*155.16* [TAC9-C32]. 9:57a.m.

PORTLAND, ME: MVA ON WARREN AVE. JAWS IN USE. M/A WESTBROOK RESCUE TO THE SCENE. *154.205*154.37* C101 [TAC9-C32]. 10:07a.m.

U/D - HUDSON, MA: PEDESTRIAN STURCK ON RTE.85 ROTARY. LIFEFLITE ENROUTE BACK TO UMASS WORCESTER WITH 1-1045C2 TRAUMA PT. *46.42*155.16* [TAC9-C32]. 10:23a.m.

FRAMINGHAM, MA: ACW - CEDAR AT PINE ST'S. STRUCTURE FIRE. FIRE ON THE TOP FLOOR. CO'S HAVING DIFFICULT ACCESS. REQ NSTAR W/PUSH. *483.7625* [TAC9-C32]. 11:02a.m.

STLFN: BELLEVILLE (ST.CLAIR Co.), IL: BELLEVILLE FD ON SCENE OF A HOUSE FIRE @ 3401 WEST "A" ST. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT TRK 2 REPORTS SMOKE SHOWING (STL 835). 11:03a.m.

2ND ALARM - FRAMINGHAM, MA: 68 CEDAR ST. STRUCTURE FIRE. FIRE ON THE TOP FLOOR. DIFFICULT ACCESS - DWH. *483.7625* [TAC9-C32]. 11:06a.m.

STLFN: BELLEVILLE (ST. CLAIR Co.), IL: U/D ON BELLEVILLE FD's HOUSE FIRE @ 3401 WEST "A" ST. UTILITIES EN-ROUTE. ENG 3 AND TRK 1 ON SCENE ASSISTING. PD RESP., FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL. (STL 835). 11:10a.m.

WEYMOUTH, MA: W/F ON NORMA AVE. STRUCTURE FIRE. SMOKE SHOWING. CO'S CHARGING LINES. REQ FOR WIRING & BUILDING INSPECTORS TO THE SCENE. *154.235* [TAC9-C32]. 11:13a.m.

STLFN: BELLEVILLE (ST. CLAIR Co.), IL: U/D ON BELLEVILLE FD's HOUSE FIRE @ 3401 WEST "A" ST. BASEMENT FIRE IS U/C. ENG 1 IS RESP. FOR MANPOWER AND RED CROSS IS ALSO RESP. *FINAL* (STL 835). 11:17a.m.

SALEM, NH: MVA - RTE.93 NORTH BETWEEN EXIT'S 2 & 3. JAWS IN USE. 1 TRAPPED. REQ ALS TO THE SCENE. M/A FROM WINDHAM. *158.815* [TAC9-C32]. 11:22a.m.

U/D - FRAMINGHAM, MA: 2ND ALARM @ 68 CEDAR ST. STRUCTURE FIRE. OIC REPORTS FIRE K/D. CO'S OVERHAULING/CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. *483.7625* [TAC9-C32]. 11:46a.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND --Phoenix, Arizona-- 2nd Alarm Structure 1624 N Black Canyon. Units onscene of a working motel fire. 2nd Alarm within 12 min of arrival. [ICP444,963]. 11:47a.m.

WINDSOR, CT: W/F - 45 HAYDEN STATION RD. A MAGNESIUM FIRE ONGOING FOR FOR AN HOUR. CT3404 CT19 [TAC9-C32]. 11:52a.m.

SOMERS, CT: MVA - TURNPIKE AND RTE.190. 3 CAR'S INVOLVED WITH A WRECKER. JAWS IN USE. CT182 CT19 [TAC9-C32]. 12:00p.m.

METUCHEN, NJ: 2ND ALM @ 6 SULLIVAN RD. HOUSE FIRE. [EANSTAFF EAN10]. 2:10p.m.

NEWARK (ESSEX Co.), NJ: 2ND ALM AT SPRINGFIELD AVE & S. 19TH ST. HVY FIRE IN A 3 STY FRM, DWH. [EAN301/388/100]. 2:18p.m.

U/D - NEWARK (ESSEX Co.), NJ: 2ND ALM SPRINGFIELD AVE & S. 19TH ST. NUMEROUS RESCUE BEING MADE. EXPOSURE PROBLEMS - DWH. [EAN301/388/100]. 2:26p.m.

ARLINGTON, VA: **2ND ALARM - N. 26 & UPLAND STS. FIRE SHOWING FROM ROOF. POSSIBLE LIGHTNING STRIKE. MON 8OO 1 CHARLIE [DC2]. 3:07p.m.

PAWTUCKET, RI: MVA - RT95 NORTH. 1 CAR ROLLOVER. JAWS IN USE. *154.445/154.830* C304 [TAC9-C319]. 3:33p.m.

U/D - PAWTUCKET, RI: MVA- RT95 NORTH AT EXT 30. 1-10-45 C2 BEEN REMOVED FROM THE CAR. U/C. *154.445/154.830* C28/C304 [TAC9-C319]. 3:40p.m.

WAKEFIELD, NH: MVA - RT. 153 AT THE RAILROAD TRACKS. 2 CARS HEAD ON. JAWS WORKING. M/A RESCUE FROM NEWFIELDS, ME. *154.175/460.550* [TAC9-C101]. 4:07p.m.

WELLESLEY, MA: W/F - BOX 1572 @ 111 GREAT PLAIN AVE. STRUCTURE FIRE. SMOKE & FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. M/A TO COVER. *482.575* [TAC9-C32]. 4:19p.m.

MERIDEN, CT: MVA - INTERSTATE 691 NORTH BOUND AREA OF EXIT 11. A MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT. 2 1045'S C2. LIFE STAR ENROUTE. L/Z IS ON THE HIGHWAY. ALL NORTH BOUND LANES CLOSED. *154.130* [TAC9-C09]. 4:23p.m.

WEARE, NH: MVA ON JUSTIN TAVERN RD. (RT.77) WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS WORKING. M/A RESCUE FROM NEW BOSTON. *154.250/154160* [TAC9-C101]. 4:27p.m.

U/D - WELLESLEY, MA: W/F - BOX 1572 111 GREAT PLAIN AVE. FIRE IN A 1.5 STORY DWELLING. FIRE IN THE HALF STORY. (2) LINES RUN. BULK OF THE FIRE IS KNOCKED DOWN - PWH. C30 O/S [TAC9-C461]. 4:32p.m.

PROVIDENCE, RI: ACW ON CHALKSTONE AVE AT ROGER WILLIAMS HOSPITAL. THEY HAVE SMOKE ON FLOOR 4. *151.220* [TAC9-C319]. 5:19p.m.

PROVIDENCE, RI: MVA CAMP ST x LANCASTER ST. REQUEST FOR THE JAWS W/A PUSH AND ADD RESCUE TO THE SCENE. *154.3700* C319 [TAC9-C20]. 5:35p.m.

U/D - PROVIDENCE, RI: MVA LANCASTER @ CAMP STS. REPORTED 1-1045-C2/HEAVILY ENTRAPPED. JAWS WORKING. *154.3700* C319 O/S C28 [TAC9-C20]. 5:42p.m.

U/D - PROVIDENCE, RI: MVA CAMP ST x LANCASTER ST. 1-1045-C2/STILL ENTRAPPED. SPECIAL HAZARDS AND LADDER-7 USING 2-SETS OF JAWS, RAMS AND CUTTERS. ACW. *154.3700* C319 O/S C28 [TAC9-C20]. 5:59p.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: ST. LOUIS CITY FIRE DEPT - 1ST ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE - NEWSTEAD & ASHLAND. FIRE ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF AN OCCUPIED 2 STY BRICK. ONE LINE OFF. PUMPERS 26 10 24 28 20(RIT), H&L 15, RESCUE SQUAD 2, BC806 & 805. [STL810]. 6:11p.m.

U/D - PROVIDENCE, RI: MVA CAMP & LANCASTER STS. 1-1045-C2+ HAS BEEN EXTRICATED BEING TREATED BY EMS. 2-OTHER 1045-C3 BEING TRANSPORTED. SCENE U/C. *154.3700* C319/C28/C390 O/S [TAC9-C20]. 6:35p.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D - ST. LOUIS CITY FIRE DEPT - 1ST ALARM FIRE - NEWSTEAD & ASHLAND: FIRE IS UNDER CONTROL. CO'S OVERHAULING. S/O THE 1ST ALARM. [STL810]. 6:36p.m.

DANBURY, CT: MVA ON PANDANARAM ROAD. JAWS WORKING. CT151/CT3404 [TAC9-C20]. 6:55p.m.

FRANKLIN, MA: MVA ON RT.495 VIC OF THE KING STREET EXIT. REPORTED ROLLOVER W/EJECTION. ADD M/A AMBULANCE FROM BELLINGHAM AND MEDFLIGHT REQUESTED TO THE SCENE. *472.700* C30 [TAC9-C20]. 7:14p.m.

U/D - FRANKLIN, MA: MVA - RT.495 VIC OF KING STREET. 1-1045-C2/12 Y/O MALE PT EJECTED WHO WAS PINNED UNDER VEHICLE. PT IS CONCIOUS. ETA FOR MEDFLIGHT IS 10MINS. *472.700* [TAC9-C20]. 7:19p.m.

RUMNEY, NH: MVA 404 DORCHESTER ROAD. A R/O WITH PERSON TRAPPED UNDER VEHICLE. OIC REQ. JAWS AND A WRECKER ASAP. M/A RESCUE FROM PLYMOUTH, NH. S/C AIRBAGS TO SCENE *159.900* C101 [TAC9-C422]. 7:19p.m.

U/D - RUMNEY, NH: MVA @ 404 DORCHESTER ROAD. A R/O WITH PERSON TRAPPED UNDER VEHICLE. OIC O/S REQ DART MEDIVAC HELO TO SCENE. LZ UNKNOWN. JAWS AND A WRECKER. ASAP M/A RESCUE FROM PLYMOUTH, NH. S/C AIRBAGS. *159.900* C101 [TAC9-C422]. 7:22p.m.

U/D - FRANKLIN, MA: MVA - RT.495 VIC KING ST EXIT. MEDFLIGHT ON APPROACH - L/Z IS THE HIGWAY. ROAD IS CLOSED. *472.700* [TAC9-C20]. 7:33p.m.

ANDOVER, MA: MVA/MCI PHASE 1: INTERSTATE 93 NORTH BOUND AREA OF EXIT 41 + 42. MVA WITH EJECTED VICTIMS. OIC ON SCENE REQ ADDL EMS & M/A FROM TEWKSBURY. OIC REQ 3RD M/A AMBULANCE. *483.5875* C101 [TAC9-C422]. 8:04p.m.

U/D - ANDOVER, MA: MVA/MCI PHASE 1: INTERSTATE 93 NORTH BOUND AREA OF EXIT 41 + 42. MVA WITH EJECTED VICTIMS. OIC ON SCENE REQ MEDFLIGHT TO THE SCENE. M/A FROM TEWKSBURY. OIC REQ 3RD M/A AMBULANCE. *483.5875* C101 [TAC9-C422]. 8:05p.m.

U/D - ANDOVER, MA: MVA/MCI PHASE 1: INTERSTATE 93 NORTH BOUND AREA OF EXIT 41 + 42. MVA WITH EJECTED VICTIMS. MEDFLIGHT REPORTING A 22 MIN ETA. LZ IS LAWRENCE GENERAL HOSP. M/A FROM TEWKSBURY. *483.5875* C101 [TAC9-C422]. 8:09p.m.

HARTFORD, CT: MVA W/ ENTRAPMENT: NELSON & CLARK ST. CAR VS TREE & POLE. JAWS IN USE. CT123 [TAC9-C422]. 8:58p.m.

GROVELAND, MA: MVA - ELM PARK. RT.97 & RT.113. ROLL OVER MVA. JAWS REQ. 1 10-45 TRAPPED. *154.010* C101/C50 [TAC9-C422]. 9:03p.m.

U/D - GROVELAND, MA: MVA - ELM PARK. RT.97 & RT.113. ROLL OVER MVA - JAWS WORKING. 1 10-45 29 Y.O. FEMALE TRAPPED. OIC O/S REQ CAMERA & PHOTO RECON *154.010/483.5125* C101/C50 [TAC9-C422]. 9:12p.m.

U/D - GROVELAND, MA: MVA - ELM PARK. RT.97 & RT.113. ROLL OVER MVA - MEDFLIGHT ENROUTE ETA 15 MINS. LZ IS MERRIMACK VALLEY HOSP. JAWS WORKING. *154.010/483.5125* C101/C50 [TAC9-C422]. 9:19p.m.

Smithville (Wayne Co.), OH: 2nd Alm on Fire Box 9-5 / 6270 North Apple Creek Rd / F/inv Comm Bldg. (700/FPO). 10:25p.m.

WARWICK, RI: MVA RT 95 SOUTH AT RT37. REQ FOR THE JAWS FOR A DOOR POP. *154.310* C28 [TAC9-C319]. 10:38p.m.

UNION TWP., NJ: 2ND-ALM 811 PROSPECT ST. HVY FIRE IN A 2 STY DUPLEX. [EAN10]. 11:12p.m.


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Cleveland: W/F 1818 Lamoille Ct. House fire. Cos: Eng 4, 24, Lad 4, Squad 2, & BN 4. Lad 20 - RIT. FPO/D700 ©

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Warren, PA (Warren): W/F 2 Market St @ The Conewango Club. Roof collapse. 5 FFs Trapped. 1 Class 1, 4 Class 3. Life*Star & MedStar HELOs requested for Class 1 FF, but grounded due to weather. Builging totally destroyed Companies still on scene as of noon. FPO/D801 ©

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Twinsburg (Summit): W/F 1672 Highland Rd @ 'Saf-T-Kleen'. Fire in comm'l bldg. M/A Macedonia T/L 2219, Northfield Center Eng 2714. FPO/D703 ©

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Twinsburg (Summit): W/F 1672 Highland Rd. Add Hudson Eng 2014 to the card. FPO/D703 ©

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Cleveland: MVA/PIN Lakewood Heights Blvd & Chesterland. Lakewood Eng 1, Squad 1, Hook & Ladder, & Car 2 on scene. Cleveland sending Eng 38, Lad 38, Squad 2. Small dump Truck vs car vs bldg. Lakewood Squad 1 trans 1 to Lakewood ER. FPO/D703* ©

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Cleveland: W/F 10907 Hampden. House fire. Cos: Eng 30, 22, Lad 30, Squad 3, & BN 6. Eng 10 - Worker. Lad 10 - RIT. Tactical Res5cuE, AC 1, & Car 713 (Arson) on the card. FPO/D703 ©

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Cincinnati: MVA/PIN Vine & Clinton Springs. 4 Injuries. NFI ATT. FPO/GY/D703 ©

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Columbus: *Rescue Run* 2300 Block of East Dublin-Granville Rd (SR 161). Car vs pedestrian. 1 DOA. Cos: Eng 6, Med 6, Res16cuE, EMS 12, BN 2. FPO/260*/D276 ©

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Youngstown: W/F Box # 2486 @ Foster & Madison. Cos: Eng 7, 3, 6, Lad 22, Squad 33, BN 1, 2. Vacant house. YMFPA/FPO/D276 ©


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Erie, PA: W/F Box # 75 @ 1108 East 25th. Basement fire. Cos: Eng 13, 8, 6, T/L 1, DC 321. Eng 13 Reports 2.5 sty With smoke showing. FPO/D801 ©

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Belle Valley, PA (Erie): W/F @ 2021 Norcross Rd. Chief 360 Reports 2.5 sty house with heavy smoke showing. Cos: Eng 31, 32, 682 (Kuhl Hose), 242 (Brookside), 72 (Perry Hi-Way), 443 (Kearsarge) - FAST, T/L 30, Res38cuE, Tank 685, 686, Squad 37, 247, Ambo 14 (West Ridge), Chief 360. FPO/D801 ©


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***BALTIMORE, MARYLAND FIRE HISTORY***

for June 28th:

1904: Chemical Engines Co's #2 & #3 were disbanded & the Captains transferred to Hook & Ladder Co#'s 9 & 12. (TUH)

1919: 4-2's + Special Call (1) Engine & (2) Trucks - Box#618 - 1703hrs - York & William Sts - Inner Harbor South (South Of Downtown) - Fire involved the New York-Baltimore Boat Line warehouse & pier - District Engineer #6, John Kahl, sounded the 4-2's @ 1714hrs - The blaze raged along the wharf toward a docked ship - The firemen fought the spreading fire with much vigor, & with the help of the Fireboats Cataract & Deluge, soon had it surrounded - The blaze was a stubborn one, & the firemen chopped holes in the wooden wharf & smoke overcame more than a score of them - E-37 & T's 4 & 16 were special called @ 1819hrs to replace the men until they revived - Chief Kahl was groping his way through the thick smoke on the wharf when he stepped in a hole, but as he was potbellied, did not fall through into the water - He dragged himself out & thought he had heard a faint cry for help coming from underneath the pier - Regularman Cosmos Anarino, Salvage Corp Co#1, being a small man, volunteered to climb down & look around - He discovered Fireman William A. Dyer, E-26, who had fallen through the same hole unnoticed, was in a state of floundering & would have drowned if not pulled to safety by Regularman Anarino. (TUH)

1976: 10 Alarms + Special Call (3) Engines & (2) Chemical Companies - 6-6-75, 2-10-3-75, & 4-4-767 - 1216hrs - 1400 Braddish Ave - Rosemont (Northwest Of Downtown) - Fire involved the 2 story cinder block Dryden Oil Company - The blaze started on the rooftop, then spread rapidly down the back wall into the area where 55 gallon drums of oil were stored, causing them to explode, 1 by 1, with the sound of machine guns firing - Acting BC-7, William J. Forrest, Captain E-8, radioed for a 2nd alarm @ 1221hrs, followed by a 2-10-3 special call (3 engines) @ 1225hrs, & a 3rd & 4th alarms @ 1230hrs - The sky was blackened by oily thick smoke that billowed more than 100' high, visible from any section of the city on the hot 94 degree afternoon - The 2 block square complex was surrounded by railroad tracks, hilly terrain & dirt roads - Acting DC Charles E. Loughlin, BC-5, ordered the 5th alarm @ 1233hrs, the 6th alarm @ 1235hrs, & also special called the Department's (2) Chemical Foamite rigs to the potentially explosive fire - An Army Reserve crew with a bulldozer from the adjacent National Guard Armory knocked down a high wire security fence, & moved a large barricade of dirt & debris which was blocking access to the buildings on fire - They also cleared a path through adjoining woods for the pumpers & ladder truck rigs, except that the huge snorkel could not get close enough to be in a proper position to be of any use - Chief Of Department Thomas J. Burke ordered adjacent Box#767 (7th alarm) sounded @ 1244hrs, the 2nd alarm (8th alarm) from adjacent Box#767 @ 1251hrs, the 3rd alarm (9th alarm) from adjacent Box#767 @ 1257hrs, & the 4th alarm (10th alarm) from adjacent Box#767 @ 1311hrs as the fire spread rapidly through several other buildings, a loaded tractor trailer, & threatened to ignite several large oil storage tanks @ the edge of the complex - The intensity of the grease fed flames was really spectacular, & was made more stubborn by a ruptured natural gas main which fed more fuel to the fire - Chemical Co#1 was positioned up on the railroad embankment, spraying foam from it's turret pipe down through the burned off roofless building into the heart of the blaze & finally snuffing out the fire - Chief Burke reported the scant water supply was a problem, with hose lines strung from hydrants as far as a half mile away - They were hand dragged over a railroad embankment @ 1 point - The fire burned for more than 3 hours before it was declared under control, then, after a calm period, the fire blazed like new again, but was quickly put out - Firefighters spent 12 hours on the fire scene, the last untangling a maze of hose lines that were not only wet but smeared with oil & grease - An uncalled for hazard besides dodging exploding oil drums, firefighters were in the line of fire of a group of boys who tossed rocks & stones from the railroad embankment, hidden by a clump of trees - Fire & Police Arson Investigators would not say that the fire was set, despite (2) previous fires recently in which (2) employees were charged with arson - In a previous 5 alarm fire on 4/19/1976, an employee was arrested after a disagreement with the owners - (8) firefighters were treated for heat exhaustion & (2) others for minor injuries - Mutual Aid was called for from Baltimore & Anne Arundel Counties - The off duty "B" Shift firefighters were called back to duty - (3) area Coffee Wagons responded to the fire. (CHM1*TUH)

1995: 2 Alarms + Special Call Hazmat & Baltimore County Co#57 & BC-3 - Box#10-2 - 2117hrs - 300 W Preston St - Mount Royal (Northwest Of Downtown) - Fire involved stacks of batteries in the power plant @ the Maryland State Highway Administration Complex - (Note: Companies with a "*" have since been disbanded) Cover the box @ 2117hrs = *E-111 (Aerial Tower)* & T-16 - Fill the box @ 2127hrs = E-13, *E-19*, T-5, Air Cascade-2, Rescue-1, Medic-1, & BC-2 - Hazmat assignment @ 0213hrs = E-35, T-21, Hazmat-1, & BC-6 - 2nd alarm @ 0354hrs = E-6, E-23, T-1 (Snorkel), Medic-16, & BC-5 - Special call @ 0449hrs - Baltimore County E-57 & Cardox Unit-57 (Sparrows Point) & Baltimore County BC-3 - Fire under control @ 0602hrs. (TGA)

2000: 4 Alarms - Box#29-8 - 2245hrs - 3311 Ridgewood Ave - Park Heights (Northwest Baltimore) - Fire involved a 1 story concrete block auto repair shop - E-29 was originally dispatched for a brush fire - Silent alarm @ 2245hrs = E-29 - Fill the box @ 2247hrs = E-46, E-52, E-40, T-12, T-25, & *BC-7* (Now BC-5) - 2nd alarm @ 2250hrs = E-44, E-21, T-27, *T-7*, Rescue-1, Air Cascade-1, & BC-4 - 3rd alarm @ 2252hrs = E-45, E-13, T-16, *T-102 (Aerial Tower)* (Now T-2), BC-3, & Shift Commander - 4th alarm @ 2254hrs = E-8, E-20, E-36, E-14 (Water supply), T-10, T-1 (Snorkel), & Assistant Chief Of Operations - Fire under control @ 0309hrs - Transfers = T-23/T-16, T-26/T-27, E-55/E-29, E-54/E-21, *E-10*/E46, E-2/E-8. (TGA)


George T. Ehrman
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