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Friday, May 30, 2003
(All times are in Central Time)

QUEENS 22-269, J.F.KENNEDY AIRPORT, EMERGENCY RESPONCE ALARM, MANDATED SECOND ALARM F/P/T/F [MNS342]. 3:37a.m.

U/D QUEENS 22-269, J.F.KENNEDY AIRPORT, EMERGENCY RESPONCE ALARM, REPORT OF AN AIRCRAFT OF THE DEPARTURE END OF RUNWAY 4 RIGHT, AIRCRAFT IS REPORTED TO BE IN THE "OVERRUN" [MNS342]. 3:39a.m.

U/D QUEENS NY: 22-269 *2nd alarm* J.F.Kenney Airport, aircraft off the end of Runway 4 R. PAPD reports no fire, just damage to aircraft. 1 E andB51 to aircraft, all other units stage at 269, L133 FAST/B39 Safety/B50 Communications Coordinator [MNS342] 3:46a.m.

FINAL U/D QUEENS NY: 22-269 *2nd alarm* J.F.Kenney Airport, cargo plane off the end of Runway 4 R. PAPD reports no fire, or injuries, minor damage to plane, B51 IC returning all special units except for 3E/2T/hosewagon with E308. Situation PWH [MNS342]. 3:56a.m.

OSSINING [WESTCHESTER] NY: *General alarm* Quimnby St at Secor Rd. Fire in a large vacant building along the Metro North tracks. Heavy fire/smoke conditions. M/A 8 towns to fire [MNS342]. 4:06a.m.

2ND ALARM MISSISSAUGA ONT CANADA: 1045 Enola Av, highrise OMD NFI ATT P102 P104 P106 A110 A106 P103 P117 S101 C108 C109 C106 C107 *TAC 2* TFN409 [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:03a.m.

ROOSEVELT NY (NASSAU COUNTY): Working fire, #263, St. Francis Street in the dead end by Brooks Ave. Private dwelling, mutual aid from Baldwin for 1 ladder to the scene. MNS 559 8:49 am

MANCHESTER MICHIGAN (WASHTENAW): ***3rd alarm equivalent*** 17569 Washburn 2 fully involved barn fires with exposure to structures. M/A Chelsea, Grass Lake, Scio, Dexter, Sand Lake. (FNNM-751,552) 11:14 am

THE NATIONAL THREAT LEVEL HAS BEEN LOWERED TO YELLOW. [EAN623// EAN10]. 3:28p.m.

CRESSKILL NJ (BERGEN): *2nd alarm* 47 Adams St. Structure fire M/A to scene. EAN-305 5:33 pm

2ND ALARM RANDOLPH, MA: 16 Julian Road - Heavy fire in the basement of a dwelling - M/A from Holbrook, Avon, Braintree and Stoughton. *483.6625* C101/C231/C33 [TAC9-C461] 7:00p.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM RANDOLPH, MA: 16 Julian Road - Dwelling well involved - Exterior attack - Request for an extra engine to the scene - DWH. C33/C67 [TAC9-C461] 7:19p.m.

MERRIAM, KS (JOHNSON CO): Delayed from 19:00 - *EMS 2nd alarm equivalent* at 9700 W 62nd Street x Cortez "Trinity Lutheran Manor." Kitchen fire in a 1 story nursing home, quick knock down. 15 patient's transported to area hospitals. M/A EMS units from Lenexa, Overland Park and Shawnee. [KCFN-02*] [STLFN]. 752 pm

CIFN-RESCUE: WAPELLA IL (DEWITT): Tornado touchdown destroying several buildings. Call out for several mutual aid companies. CIFN*125 (H/L CIFN*3) 10:06 pm

CIFN-RESCUE: CLINTON IL (DEWITT): Rescues being made in Clinton, Cross Bros. John Deere totally destroyed Buildings in the area have severe damage. South side subdivisions destroyed. Clinton calling out from surrounding counties for mutual aid. CIFN*125 10:35 pm

CLINTON IL (DEWITT) UPDATE AND FINAL: Dr. John Warner Hospital overwhelmed with patients. Looks like every agency in DeWitt County on scene, with surrounding county response. Clinton population 7500 Nuclear power plant 8 miles northeast fine. CIFN*125 11:03 pm

DEKALB CTY, GA: 2nd alarm, 280 Northern Ave, Oak Creek Apts, 3 story garden apartment building, heavy smoke and fire on arrival, side 1 well involved, units reporting fire all 4 sides. Setting up for aerial operations. 6E, 2Q, 2L, 2BCs, 1DC + support. HNAN/BillD 11:44 pm


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Columbus FD: W/F 513 Linwood Ave. Med 8 reports a detatched garage well off. Cos: Eng 8, 15, Lad 8, Res2cuE, Med 8, BN 1. FPO/D260 ©

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Columbus FD: W/F 513 Linwood Ave. BN 1 (Bauman) reports extension to a 1 sty house. RIC: Eng 3, Med 15, EMS 14, SO 2. FPO/D260 ©

- 0210
Columbus FD: W/F 513 Linwood Ave. BN 1 reports fire K/D. Minor extension. Holding initial assignment and RIC engine. Power & Arson S/c'd. FPO/D260 ©

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Columbus FD: MVA/PIN Mooberry & Kelton. FPO/284/D221 ©

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New Castle, PA FD: Rescue Run. Unknown location. STAT MedEvac # 14 S/C'd. NFI ATT. FPO/D726 ©

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Columbus FD: Extra Company MVA 6020 East Livingston Ave. Med 182 requesting 2 Add'l Medics and an Engine. FPO/D260 ©

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Hartford Twp FD (Trumbull): MVA/PIN @ Sharon Speedway on Custer Orangevills Rd. MVA on the racrtrack. Sta 27, 18, 46 enroute with Medics & Rescues. FPO/313*/D323 ©


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New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
as dispatched over the Metro Notification System

FRIDAY, MAY 30, 2003

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 04:37
QUEENS: 2-2-269 J.F.KENNEDY AIRPORT, EMERGENCY RESPONCE ALARM, MANDATED SECOND ALARM F/P/T/F [MNS342]

@ 04:39
U/D QUEENS: 2-2-269 J.F.KENNEDY AIRPORT, EMERGENCY RESPONCE ALARM, REPORT OF AN AIRCRAFT OF THE DEPARTURE END OF RUNWAY 4 RIGHT, AIRCRAFT IS REPORTED TO BE IN THE "OVERRUN" [MNS342]

@ 04:46
U/D QUEENS: 2-2-269 *2nd ALARM* J.F.KENNEDY AIRPORT, AIRCRAFT OFF THE END OF RUNWAY 4 R. PAPD RPTS NO FIRE, JUST DAMAGE TO AIRCRAFT. 1 E & B-51 TO AIRCRAFT, ALL OTHER UNITS STAGE @ 269, L-133 FAST / B-39 SAFETY / B-50 COMM CORD [MNS342]

@ 04:56
FINAL QUEENS: 2-2-269 *2nd ALARM* J.F.KENNEDY AIRPORT, CARGO PLANE OFF THE END OF RUNWAY 4 R. PAPD NO FIRE, OR INJS, MINOR DAMAGE TO PLANE, B-51 IC RET ALL SPEC UNITS EXCEPT FOR 3E / 2T / & HOSEWAGON W E-308. SITUATION PWH [MNS342]

@ 11:43
STATEN ISLAND: 7-5-1684 aof 1466 MANOR RD x ROCKLAND AVE. FULLY INVOLVED 1STY 16 x 40 TRAILER. D-8 RPTs 1 LINE S/O. FIRE IS U/C [MNS085]

@ 14:09
BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 3885 @ BAY 31 ST & BATH AV. FIRE IN AN OCCUPIED BLDG. L-149/FAST * MNS-2

@ 14:12
BROOKLYN: 7-5-3885 -ALL-HANDS- @ BAY 31 ST & BATH AV. 2 STY FRM 20 x 50 OCCUPIED DWLG ATTACHED ON BOTH SIDEs. BATT 42 RPTs 2-LINEs RUN. D/W/H * MNS-2

@ 14:18
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-3885 @ BAY 31 ST & BATH AV. 2 STY FRM 20 x 50 PVT DWLG ATTACHED ON BOTH SIDEs. BATT-42 RPTs PRI/SCH THRU OUT NEGATIVE. P/W/H * MNS-2

@ 15:01
STATEN ISLAND: 7-5-799 aof 2239 RICHMOND TERRACE x NICHOLAS AVE. B-22 REPORTS HAS 12-14 CARS ON FIRE IN AN AUTO SALVAGE CO. FIRE PWH. NO SPEC UNITS [MNS342]

@ 15:06
QUEENS: 7-5-9135 aof 110-32 72 RD x 110/112 STS. FIRE ON THE 2nd FL OF A 6 BK 100 x 100 OMD. B-50 REPTS 1 LINE S/O [MNS342]

@ 15:07
QUEENS: 7-5-9135 72 RD & 112 ST, 2ND FLR OF 6 BRK 100 x 75 OMD, 1 LINE S/O, DWH. mns5

@ 15:13
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-9135 aof 110-32 72 RD x 110/112 STS. FIRE ON THE 2nd FL OF A 6 BK 100 x 100 OMD. B-50 REPTS 1 LINE S/O. MAIN BODY OF FIRE IS K/D. PRI SEARCHES NEG ON FIRE FL & FLOOR ABOVE [MNS342]

@ 15:14
QUEENS: 7-5-9135 AOF 110-35 72 RD. FIRE 2ND FLOOR OF A SIX STORY MD. MNS 085

@ 17:29
QUEENS: W/F BOX 9610 aof 104-14 89 AVE. L-127 FAST. B-51 I/C [MNS085]

@ 17:31
U/D QUEENS: W/F BOX 9610 aof 104-14 89 AVE. B-51 RPTs ONE 10-45 CODE 3 (SERIOUS INJURY) REQUEST EMS ON A RUSH [MNS085]

@ 17:35
QUEENS: 7-5-9610 aof 104-14 89 AVE x 104/107 STS. FIRE TOP FL OF AN 4 STY 50 x 25 MD. D-13 RPTs 2 LINES RUN, 1 IN OPER. ONE 10-45 CODE 3 (SERIOUS INJ). FIRE IS D/W/H. L-127 FAST [MNS085]

@ 17:37
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-9610 aof 104-14 89 AVE x 104/107 STS. FIRE TOP FL OF AN 4 STY 50 x 25 MD. D-13 RPTs ALL VIS FIRE ON TOP FL IS K/D. TKS OPENING UP. FIRE IS P/W/H. RETURN RESCUE [MNS085]

@ 18:05
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-9610 *CORRECTED* aof 89-03 104 ST. D-13 CHANGED THE ADDRESS [MNS085]

@ 20:34
MANHATTAN: 69 ST X 1 AVE WATER PUSHING UP FROM A MANHOLE REQUEST CON ED GAS / STEAM / ELEC / DEP TO SCENE MNS-30

@ 22:20
BRONX: W/F BOX 2354 AOF 962 ANDERSON AVE X 162 ST FIRE IN A OMD MNS-30

@ 22:24
BRONX: 7-5-2354 AOF 962 ANDERSON AVE X 162 ST 4 BRK 60 X 100 OMD FIRE 1ST FL REAR 1 LINE RUN L-34 FAST BN-17 I/C MNS-30

@ 22:29
U/D BRONX: 7-5-2354 AOF 962 ANDERSON AVE X 162 ST 4 BRK 60 X 100 OMD FIRE 1ST FL REAR 1 LINE RUN MAIN BODY FIRE K/D PRI SCH NEG OTHER THAN FIRE AREA STILL DWH BN-17 I/C MNS-30

@ 22:33
FINAL BRONX: 7-5-2354 AOF 962 ANDERSON AVE X 162 ST 4 BRK 60 X 100 OMD FIRE 1ST FKL REAR ALL SCHS NEG PWH DIV-6 MNS-30


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TAC-9 RADIO & PAGING INCIDENT REPORT:
(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).

Friday, May 30, 2003
All Times Eastern Time

MVA MEREDITH, NH ON PLEASANT STREET AT MEREDITH MOORING COMPANY OIC REPORTS A CAR ON ITS SIDE WITH ENTRAPMENT. *159.900/160.155* [TAC9-C101]. 12:12a.m.

W/F PROVIDENCE RI 742 MANTON AVE FIRE IN A 1.5 STORY WOOD FRAME FIRE ON FLOOR 2 ALL OF HVY FIRE ON FLOOR 2 K/D PWH *151.220* C303 [TAC9-C319]. 2:02a.m.

MVA NORTH SMITHFIELD, RI: ON GREENVILLE RD. REQUEST FOR LIFEFLIGHT. UNKNOWN L/Z. ETA IS 16 MINUTES. *158.895* (C16) [TAC9-C51]. 9:11a.m.

U/D MVA NORTH SMITHFIELD, RI: ON GREENVILLE RD AT NORTH SMITHFIELD JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL. REPORTED 2 CAR HEAD ON. REQUEST FOR LIFEFLIGHT. UNKNOWN L/Z. *158.895* (C16). [TAC9-C51]. 9:20a.m.

U/D MVA NORTH SMITHFIELD, RI: ON GREENVILLE RD AT NORTH SMITHFIELD JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL. REPORTED 2 CAR HEAD ON. REQUEST FOR LIFEFLIGHT. L/Z WILL BE THE SCHOOL. *158.895* (C16). [TAC9-C51]. 9:25a.m.

U/D MVA NORTH SMITHFIELD, RI IS ONLY A DRILL. WE ARE SORRY FOR THE MISINFORMATION. (C16). [TAC9-C51]. 9:33a.m.

MVA/MCI BOSTON, MA. RUTLAND STREET AT WASHINGTON STREET VAN VS. MBTA BUS S/C SEVERAL AMBULANCES OIC REPORTS 12 10-45'S *462.975* C461 [TAC9-C101]. 9:58a.m.

ACW SAN DOWN NH 276 FREEMONT RD CO'S HAVE MOBILE HOME FIRE *154.190* C135 [TAC9-C319]. 1:25p.m.

W/F SANDOWN NH 276 FREMONT RD FIRE IN A MOILD HOME REQ FOR M/A TO THE SCENE *154.190* C101/C135 [TAC9-C319]. 1:41p.m.

U/D W/F SANDOWN, NH NEAR 276 FREMONT ROAD OIC REPORTS A DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME FULLY INVOLVED M/A TANKERS TO THE FIRE. *154.190* C135, C319 [TAC9-C101]. 1:46p.m.

W/F BOURNE, MA ON BRIARWOOD LANE A STRUCTURE FIRE. *800* C158 [TAC9-C101]. 1:52p.m.

MVA CUMBERLAND, ME ON GREELEY ROAD CAR VS TRACTOR TRAILER TRUCK WITH MAJOR OIL LEAK INTO STORM DRAINS DEP REQ. *154.010* [TAC9-C101]. 3:55p.m.

W/F DRACUT, MA. ON VARNUM ROAD A CELLAR FIRE IN AN OCCUPIED STRUCTURE FIRE IS A PWH. *154.400* C33,C50 [TAC9-C101]. 4:04p.m.

MVA VERNON, CT. IN FRONT OF 15 KNOLLWOOD DRIVE A CHILD STRUCK BY A CAR. LIFESTAR REQUESTED L/Z IS AT ROCKVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL. *33.440* C09 [TAC9-C101]. 5:38p.m.

W/F LEBANON, ME. 260 LOWER GUINEA ROAD A MOBILE HOME FULLY INVOLVED. M/A FROM ROCHESTER, MILTON, BERWICK, SOMERSWORTH AND ACTON. *460.550* C925, C220 [TAC9-C101]. 6:49p.m.

ACW SOMERVILLE, MA. 92 HIGHLAND AVE A STRUCTURE FIRE CO'S HAVE FIRE IN THE WALLS. 2 LINES STRETCHED *483.3875/483.2625* C520 [TAC9-C101]. 7:49p.m.

2nd ALARM RANDOLPH, MA. 16 JULIAN ROAD-HEAVY FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A DWELLING-M/A FROM HOLBROOK, AVON, BRAINTREE & STOUGHTON. *483.6625* C101/C231/C33 [TAC9-C461]. 8:00p.m.

U/D 2nd ALARM RANDOLPH, MA. 16 JULIAN ROAD-DWELLING WELL INVOLVED-EXTERIOR ATTACK-REQUEST FOR A EXTRA ENGINE TO THE SCENE-DWH. C33/C67 [TAC9-C461]. 8:19p.m.

MVA MERRIMACK, NH EVERETT TURNPIKE AT BEDFORD ROAD 2 CARS WITH ENTRAPMENT 3 AMBULANCES AND THE JAWS WORKING. *153.980* [TAC9-C101]. 8:43p.m.

HAZMAT / MCI AVON CT "AVON GOLF CLUB" ON COUNTRY CLUB RD. CLEANING CHEMICALS MIXED. 7 EMS UNITS CALLED. UNK # PATIENTS. SEVERAL 10-45'S TRANSPORTED. CT123 [TAC9-C201]. 9:08p.m.

W/F SPRINGFIELD MA ON WORTHINGTON ST VACANT 1 STRY BRK. HEAVY FIRE INSIDE. PRIMARY SEARCH UNDER WAY CT80 C612 [TAC9-C201]. 10:45p.m.

ACW BOSTON, MA BOX 2335 460 PARKER ST. COMPANIES REPORT FIRE SHOWING IN THE REAR OF A STRUCTURE. *483.1875* (C231). [TAC9-C51]. 10:48p.m.

U/D ACW BOSTON, MA: BOX 2335 460 PARKER ST. C5 REPORTS FIRE IN 1 ROOM, HELD BY SPRINKLERS. COMPANIES ARE OVERHAULING. 1 L/S/O. *483.1875* (C231). [TAC9-C51]. 10:55p.m.

U/D ACW BOSTON, MA: BOX 2335 460 PARKER ST. "NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY" DORM BUILDING. OIC IS REQUESTING THE FIRE INVESTIGATION UNIT TO THE SCENE. FIRE IN 1 ROOM ON FLOOR 7. *483.1875* (C231). [TAC9-C51]. 11:04p.m.

W/F SPRINGFIELD MA 763 WORTHINGTON ST-FIRE IN A 2.5 STORY DWELLING-PRIMARY SEARCH COMPLETE-ALL VISABLE FIRE IS KNOCKED DOWN-CHECKING FOR EXTENSION *154.175* [TAC9-C09]. 11:19p.m.


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Friday, May 30, 2003
All Times Eastern Time

VA BEACH VA W/F 500 BLK CONDOR ST IN TOWNHOUSE OPS ON TACH 3 FIRE K/D CHECKING EXPS . VM/VFN175. (VFN12). 5:43a.m.

VA BEACH VA 500 BLK CONDOR ST FIRE OUT ALL SEARCHES NEG. FINAL (VFN12). 5:47a.m.

02:00 BRANCHVILLE, SOUTHAMPTON CNTY,VA: W/F 30028 IVY TRACT RD. CHIEF-20 O/S, S/F/D FULLY INVOLVED. CO-2 BRANCHVILLE, CO-7 DREWERYVILLE, & CO-1 BOYKINS WORKED. (VFN175). 6:22a.m.

NORFOLK NAVAL BASE, NORFOLK, VA: W/F FLEET REC PARK, HAMPTON BLVD. DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME USED AS OFFICE FULLY INVOLVED ON ARRIVAL. COMPANIES STILL O/S OVERHAULING ATT. E-1,4,2, L-1,SQD-1, B-1,C-3. (VFN175). 6:24a.m.

HENRICO COUNTY, VA: W/F 509 BONNEAU ROAD. TWO EXTRA ENGINES OVER THE 2 AND 1 ASSIGNED ON THE ORIGINAL. ALSO ADDITIONAL MEDIC UNITS FOR INJURY. O/H IN PROGRESS ATT. (VFN103). 12:24p.m.

HENRICO COUNTY, VA: W/F 509 BONNEAU ROAD. FIRE MARKED UNDER CONTROL. H/A/U FOR 30 MINUTES TO ONE HOUR. FINAL (102) (VFN103). 12:28p.m.

CAROLINE CO,VA: SEARCH AND RESCUE 16340 BULL CHURCH RD 3 YOM MISSING OVER 30 MINS SHERIFF UNITS OS CALLING FOR K-9 AND ALL AVAIL F/R PERSONNEL (VFN114). 12:57a.m.

FINAL CAROLINE CO,VA: CHILD HAS BEEN FOUND IS ALIVE NO WORD ON CONDITION UNITS IN SERVICE (VFN114). 2:36p.m.

RICHMOND CITY VA **HAZ-MAT** I64 E AT MECHANICSVILLE EXIT. TRACTOR TRAILER LOST ITS SADDLE TANK. APPROX 50 GALLONS DIESEL FUEL ON GROUND AND IN A STREAM. ENG5INE, RES3CUE, HAZ3MAT. BT1. HENRICO E6. ON THE JOB. (VFN137). 5:37p.m.

LOUISA CO VA -FATAL MVA- RT 33 & RT 522. MOTORCYCLE MVA. LOCUST CRK VFD & MINERAL VRS WORKING. (VFN103) (VFN137). 6:49p.m.

VA BEACH, VA W/F 1381 AIR RAIL AVE. INDUSTRIAL FACILITY WITH FIRE IN A HOPPER. NOW U/C. SEARCHES (-). M/A NORFOLK FOR AIR UNIT 1 FOR VENTILATION. RELEASING SOME COS. ATT. (VFN09). 10:04p.m.


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Friday, May 30, 2003
All times Eastern Time

ORANGE NJ, (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** 198 WALLACE. FIRE IN A 2DTY FRAME. [EAN318 * EAN301]. 1:14a.m.

QUEENS NY, **2ND ALARM** **AIRCRAFT EMERGENCY** KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. UNK TYPE PLANE OVERSHOT THE RUNWAY. PAPD REPORTING MINOR INJURIES AND DAMAGE TO THE FRONT NOSEGEAR. [EAN301]. 4:54a.m.

OSSENNING NY, (WESTCHESTER) **WORKING FIRE** 1 QUIVY LN. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE BLDG. [EAN301]. 4:54a.m.

U/D QUEENS NY, **AIRCRAFT EMERGENCY** CARGO PLANE OVERSHOT THE RUNWAY. FRONT LANDING GEAR DUG INTO THE PAVEMENT. NO INJS. [EAN301]. 6:28a.m.

WHITE PLAINS, NY (WESTCHESTER) *STRUCTURE FIRE* UNK LOCATION, 3 STORY ORDINARY OMD, FULLY INVOLVED CAR FIRE IN THE GARAGE BELOW THE APT, 1ST DUE ENG STRETCHING TO GARAGE & 2ND DUE TO APT, ADD'T 1 TRK & ENG TO SCENE. [EAN49]. 9:42a.m.

BRONX **ALL HANDS** BOX284 671 WESTCHESTER AVE FIRE IS IN A 20STY OMD HIGHRISE 300X100 FIRE IS ON THE TOP FL IN APT 20H 2-10-45 CODE 3 MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D. [EAN301/ EAN388]. 9:50a.m.

*U/D* WHITE PLAINS, NY (WESTCHESTER) *STRUCTURE FIRE* WESTVIEW AVE, ALL COMPANIES STILL WORKING, - EXT TO 3RD FL & ATTIC, MUTIAL AID 1 TRK & 2 ENGS TO ASST IN COVERING THE CITY. [EAN49]. 10:19a.m.

EDISON TWP NJ: *HAZ-MAT* UNK LOC AT A LARGE MAIL ROOM REC'D A ENEVELOPE WITH POWER/LIQUID FD + HAZ-MAT ON SCENE. [EAN700// EAN10]. 1:22p.m.

HOWELL, NJ (MONMOUTH) *SERIOUS MVA* WEST FARMS & FORT PLAINS ROAD WITH ENTRAPMENT - [EAN27]. 1:41p.m.

ELIZABETH (UNION-) W/F -747 WESTMINISTER AVE -2.5 STORY FIRE ON 2ND FLOOR, ROOF VENT. & 2 L/S/O [EAN151]. 1:41p.m.

THE NATIONAL THREAT LEVEL HAS BEEN LOWERED TO YELLOW. [EAN623// EAN10]. 3:43p.m.

ELIZABETH (UNION-) W/F -747 WESTMINISTER AVE -CONTAINED TO THE STOVE -K/D, GAS CO. TO SCENE. [EAN151]. 3:48p.m.

SPRING VALLEY NY, (ROCKLAND) **WORKING FIRE** 55 UNION RD. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE BLDG. [EAN301]. 3:56p.m.

STATEN ISLAND,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 799 @ RICHMOND TERR. & NICHOLAS AVE. BATT 22 HAD FIRE INVOLVING 14 VEHICLES AT AN AUTOBODY SHOP. FIRE IS NOW U/C. [EAN44/EAN100/ EAN90]. 4:04p.m.

HAWTHORNE NJ, (BERGEN) **HAZ-MAT** AREA OF LINCOLN AVE AND ROCK RD. AT LEAST 15 GALLONS OF HYDRAULIC FLUID SPILLED OVER 3/4 OF A MILE STRETCH. REQUESTING 25 BAGS OF ABSORBANT. [EAN301]. 4:30p.m.

MARLBORO NY, (ULSTER) **WORKING FIRE** 2 POPPY LN. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. DWH. [EAN465 * EAN301]. 5:44p.m.

CRESSKILL NJ (BERGEN) *2ND ALM* 47 ADAMS ST. STRUCTURE FIRE M/A TO SCN. [EAN465/EAN301 / EAN305]. 6:32p.m.

VALLEY STREAM NY, (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** 47 WEST EUCLID AVE. M/A FOR COVER. [EAN301]. 6:49p.m.

FRANKLIN TWP (HUNTERDON) NJ. *WORKING FIRE* 2 KINGTOWN ROAD. UNK TYPE STRUCTURE. TANKER TASK FORCE ENROUTE. [EAN318]. 7:46p.m.

CRESSKILL NJ (BERGEN) U/D *2ND ALM* 57 ADAMS ST. STRUCTURE FIRE BOX 54 CLUB FROM TEANECK F.D. REQ. TO THE SCN. [EAN465/EAN301 EAN305]. 7:49p.m.

MVA/MCI SOMERVILLE MA RTE-93 SOUTHBOUND AREA OF EXIT 29 C-2 REPORTS (8) 10-45 CODE-3'S O/S *483.3875* [TAC9-C16]. 11:41p.m.


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TORONTO FIRENET
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Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.

Friday, May 30, 2003
All Times Eastern Time

TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

WF, TORONTO, 216 OAKDALE RD. ENCORE FOR FIRE IN THE ROOF OF 1BK INDUSTRIAL UNIT, 2 ADDL AERIALS, HVY SQD. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:28a.m.

2ND ALM, MISSISSAUGA ON, 1045 ENOLA AV, HIGHRISE OMD NFI ATT P102 P104 P106 A110 A106 P103 P117 S101 C108 C109 C106 C107 *TAC 2* TFN409 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:01a.m.

U/D 2ND ALM, MISSISSAUGA ON, 1045 ENOLA AV, HIGHRISE OMD ADDN SQUAD NOW ABOVE THE 2ND, S107 *TAC 2* TFN409 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:41a.m.

MARKHAM BUTTONVILLE AIRPORT RUNWAY 33. PLANE CRASH. STUDENT CRASHED PLANE INTO DITCH. MINOR DAMAGE TO AIRCRAFT. FD ON STANDBY FOR GAS LEAK. STUDENT AND PILOT SUFFERING SERIOUS EMOTIONAL TRAUMA. TFN409 .... (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 2:25p.m.

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CANADA Report:

No incidents reported

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BUFFALO, NY Report:

No incidents reported


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Incidents from KCFN - CIFN - STLFN
(Illinois, Missouri & Kansas)
-compiled by Jamie Joyce

Friday, May 30, 2003
All times are in Central Time

STLFN OVERNIGHT REPORT: UNIVERSITY CITY MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): House fire at North and South and Olive. Fire in a one story brick residence - One minor injury to a civilian. [STL810] 7:09 am

STLFN: MANCHESTER MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): 1st alarm house fire at 914 Almond Hill Ct. NFI/ATT. [STL810] 11:21 am

STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO: Special duty - Pumper 32 has been involved in an accident at Utah and Compton. Report of persons trapped. NFI/ATT. [STl810] 11:28 am

STLFN: U/D ST. LOUIS MO: STLFD special duty - Pumper 32 has been involved in an accident at Utah and Compton. BC804 reports two buildings have been struck (1 by car - 1 by Engine 32). 1 civilian and 1 firefighter injury. [STL810] 11:37 am

STLFN: MILLSTADT IL (ST. CLAIR COUNTY): Working house fire at #9 Pine St. Mutual aid requested from the Columbia F.D. [STL810] 11:48 am

STLFN: FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, IL (ST. CLAIR COUNTY): Fairview Heights is involved in a stand off with a man at 19 Fairview. Subject pulled a shotgun on city employees sent to clean up his front yard. /STL819 12:36 pm

STLFN: HERCULANEUM, MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY): Herculaneum FPD has a working 1st alarm for pallets stacked next to a warehouse at 1539 Commercial. No sizeup heard but move ups have been made. /STL819 3:40 pm

MERRIAM, KS (JOHNSON CO): Delayed from 19:00 - *EMS 2nd alarm equivalent* at 9700 W 62nd Street x Cortez "Trinity Lutheran Manor." Kitchen fire in a 1 story nursing home, quick knock down. 15 patient's transported to area hospitals. M/A EMS units from Lenexa, Overland Park and Shawnee. [KCFN-02*] 752 pm

CIFN-RESCUE: WAPELLA IL (DEWITT): Tornado touchdown destroying several buildings. Call out for several mutual aid companies. CIFN*125 (H/L CIFN*3) 10:06 pm

CIFN-RESCUE: CLINTON IL (DEWITT): Rescues being made in Clinton, Cross Bros. John Deere totally destroyed Buildings in the area have severe damage. South side subdivisions destroyed. Clinton calling out from surrounding counties for mutual aid. CIFN*125 10:35 pm

CIFN-FIRE: LOGAN CO, IL: I-55 MM 135 working appears to be barn fire/ Fire/Rescue onscene NFI (H/L CIFN*3) CIFN*2 10:59 pm

CLINTON IL (DEWITT) UPDATE AND FINAL: Dr. John Warner Hospital overwhelmed with patients. Looks like every agency in DeWitt County on scene, with surrounding county response. Clinton population 7500 Nuclear power plant 8 miles northeast fine. CIFN*125 11:03 pm


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*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***


5-29-03
Pleasant Prairie, WI

Trench Collapse

At around 1356 hrs, Pleasant Prairie Fire & Rescue was dispatched to the 11200 blk of 14th for a 26 year old construction worker trapped in a trench collapse. Command called in Newport Fire for M/A to the scene with trench rescue equipment to assist in the rescue. Fellow workers got into the hole and attempted to start CPR, but had a difficult time doing CPR on count of large amount of dirt on the person's chest. The person was in a 8-10ft deep,4ft wide, and 30 ft long. The person was installing a lateral sewer line to a new home. Rescure's used special equipment such as a huge vacuum truck that pulled dirt and muck from the trench. Rescue workers, worked more than an hour to free the man. The man expired shortly before he was taken out of the hole. There was no steel trench box in the hole at the time the collapse. Depts on scene were; Pleasant Praririe, Bristol (Kenosha Co), Round Lake, Antioch, Libertyville, New Port, Fox Lake, Beach Park, Gurnee, Mundelein, Lincolnshire, Lake Zurich, Countryside, & Zion ( Lake Co. Ill) Racine Fire Bells for rehab. OSHA was also called in for the investigation.


B. Linstroth
R.F.B.


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LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE
DATE/TIME: 052903/0730PDT

RELEASE: 03-077

3-ALARM FIRE DESTROYS FAMOUS LAS VEGAS CASINO

Fire destroyed one of Las Vegas' more famous casinos early Thursday morning. The Moulin Rouge was well known for a number of years as one of the first integrated casinos in Las Vegas. The fire gutted the casino, which has been under renovation for the past several years. More than 100 people were evacuated from nearby apartments, which were converted from hotel rooms. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Two civilians were taken to area hospitals with minor injuries during the incident.

Fire dispatchers received numerous calls at 1:18 a.m. that the Moulin Rouge, 900 W. Bonanza Rd was on fire. Battalion Chief Larry Wickliffe was first on scene and reported heavy fire showing from the west side of the casino area and immediately called for a second alarm. Flames were just beginning to show through the roof of the 2-story building, sometimes the flames reaching 50-60 feet into the air. Within an hour flames grew more intense so a third alarm was sent to the scene bringing a total of 25 units with over 75 firefighters from Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Clark County to the scene.

From the start of the incident, firefighters fought the fire from the outside using four ladder trucks and several fire hoses from the ground. At one time more than 5000 gallons of water were being dumped on the fire each minute. Firefighters' concern included bringing the fire under control and preventing the fire from spreading to nearby apartments. During the fire, more than 100 residents were evacuated. A number of them were transported by bus to the Las Vegas Senior Center on W. Bonanza at Las Vegas Blvd to a shelter set up by the American Red Cross. Two residents were transported to area hospitals during the fire, one complained of breathing difficulties and another of severe stomach pains. No firefighters were injured.

The cause of the fire is under investigation. Security personnel told investigators that they checked the casino around midnight and everything appeared fine. At approximately 1:15 a.m. the personnel reported smoke coming from the roof and called 9-1-1. At that time they said no fire was visible inside the casino. Residents stated that security at the complex was excellent, with personnel making regular rounds.

The fire gutted the casino, which opened in 1955. It was vacant with some renovation work being done in the casino portion of the building. The building also had some offices on the second floor. A church and appliance shop was located on the east side of the building.

Firefighters will remain on the scene for several hours pouring water on the remains, which contain several hot spot. Fire investigators are not expected to enter the building until later in the day after it cools off.


1ST Alarm: E1,4,203,201,3, T1,3, R1,301, AR1, B1

2nd Alarm: E10,210,8,51, T4, R201,3, B4, HR44, EMS1, PIO, 6i1, 6i8

3rd Alarm: E6,14,12, T6, R4, 10

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LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE
DATE/TIME: 053003/1015PDT

RELEASE: 03-078

FEDERAL AGENTS TO ASSIST IN CASINO FIRE INVESTIGATION

Special agents from the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) will be assisting Las Vegas Fire & Rescue fire investigators into the probe of what caused the fire, which destroyed the Moulin Rouge casino early Thursday morning. Agents from the ATF should start arriving today and begin work tomorrow.

The agents are members of a special fire investigation team of the ATF known as the National Response Team (NRT). The NRT usually investigates fires, which fit into certain categories. The Moulin Rouge fit two of those profiles; the fire is expected to total more than a million dollars in loss and the building was a historical part of the community. At the request of Fire Chief David L. Washington, Keith Heinzerling, Agent in charge of the Las Vegas office of the ATF agreed to assist with the investigation with the help of the NRT.

Currently the building is too unstable for investigators to enter and start the investigation. The walls of the building will first have to be stabilized before any investigators can enter. Investigators are expected to start the interior investigation after the building is made safe.

The NRT is made up of veteran special agents having postblast and fire origin-and-cause expertise; forensic chemists; explosives enforcement officers; explosives detection canines; intelligence support and audit support. Teams works alongside State and local investigators in reconstructing the scene of the fire, identifying the seat or origin of the fire, conducting interviews, and sifting through debris to obtain evidence related to the fire scene investigation. Further complementing the team's efforts are technical, legal, and intelligence advisors. The team also has a number of vehicles at their disposal including fully equipped response
vehicles, mobile command posts and mobile forensic laboratories.

Since its inception in 1978, the NRT has made over 400 responses around the country. The NRT has been to Las Vegas two times in the past; 1997 for the Our Lady of Las Vegas Catholic Church fire and in 1983 for the fatal fire at the Hilton Hotel.

The 3-Alarm fire at the Moulin Rouge started at 1:18 a.m. Thursday morning. Over 25 units and 75 firefighters responded to the blaze, which totally destroyed the 89,000 square foot facility, which opened in 1955. It has been closed for the past several years.

The fire forced the evacuation of nearly 100 residents of the Moulin Rouge apartments, 110 units that were converted from hotel rooms. Nearly 75 of those displaced were taken by bus to the Dula Senior Citizens building on West Bonanza Road late Thursday morning. As of Friday morning the American Red Cross reported that 48 people were still at the shelter, down from 60 people late Thursday afternoon. They are not expected to be able to return to their apartments for at least another day. Late yesterday, residents were permitted to return to their apartments, two at a time, for five minutes to retrieve personal belongings, and medications until the area is made safe.

The Moulin Rouge first opened in 1955 as Las Vegas' first integrated casino. It only stayed opened for six months. Through the years there were several plans to renovate casino and reopen it. The hotel part of the complex was converted to apartments, which are currently occupied. There were no operational automatic fire sprinklers in the building. At the time of the fire, the casino building was being renovated and contained a considerable amount of building material and furniture. There was no gambling machines or tables in the building. The fire completely destroyed the building. Only the outside walls and the well-known Moulin Rouge sign on the front of the building remain. The Moulin Rouge was added as a landmark on the City
of Las Vegas Historic Property Register in June of 1992. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in December of 1992.


TIMOTHY R. SZYMANSKI
FIRE-PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE
500 N. Casino Center Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 229-0145 / fax: (702) 229-0152


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Bronx, N. Y. 05/30/03 @ 22:15 hrs.
High Bridge Section

Box 2354
address: 962 Anderson Ave.
between: Jerome Ave. & 162nd. St.

2354 @ 22:14
Engs. 68, 92, 84
Lads. 49, 44
Batt. 17

10 - 75 - 2354 @ 22:18
Ladder 34 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 50
Rescue Co. #3
Squad Co. #41
Batt. 26 Division 6

Fire Building:
4 Story Brick 60 x 100 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
Exp. #3: Is an Alleyway
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 2354 @ 22:22
Batt. 17 reports, Box 2354, were using All - Hands on arrival. We have a fire on the 1st. floor rear of a 4 story occupied multiple dwelling. 1 - line stretched and in operation. Primary searches are underway. Fire is Doubtful.

@ 22:27
Batt. 17: Box 2354, We used All - Hands. Primary search is negative on the floors above. Primary search of the fire floor is negative with the exception of the fire area. All visible fire has been knocked down. Still Doubtful.

@ 22:31
Division 6: Secondary search on the floors above are negative. Probably Will Hold.

@ 22:34
Division 6: Secondary search of the Fire Apt. is negative.

@ 22:39
Division 6: Will put this fire UnderControl, " K "


ExChief84@msn.com


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*** A Fireman Story ***


DEPEW, NY
Implant restores deaf firefighter's hearing

By BARBARA O'BRIEN
News Southtowns Bureau
5/31/2003

Depew firefighter Mike Zorgaria can hear things he never heard before, thanks to a cochleaer implant.

On Nov. 1, Mike Zogaria's life went quiet. The 43-year-old volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician from Depew had hearing problems since he was 4, and wore a hearing aid. But in the space of a couple of hours, he lost all hearing in both ears.

"I was working," he said. "I noticed something didn't seem right. By noon (my hearing) was gone."

"I was the last person to talk to him on the phone," said Kim Ignatowski, his friend and co-worker at Rural/Metro Medical Services. She said he was scared.

Zogaria, who has been on hundreds of emergency calls as a first responder, couldn't even hear a siren. He was left in sudden and complete silence.

But today he can talk about his experience on the telephone and listen to Reba McEntire - one of his favorite singers - on the radio.

He can even hear things he has never heard before, all because of a cochlear implant that was surgically implanted in his skull behind his right ear Dec. 20.

"Knock on wood, it's been going very well," he said.

The device was activated Jan. 21, and adjusted on a regular basis until he got used to the sounds. He returned to work part time a couple of weeks ago.

Because he was out of work for six months and has continuing bills to pay for maintenance of the implant, members of the fire company have organized a benefit for Zogaria from 4 to 10 p.m. Sunday in the Hearthstone Manor, 333 Dick Road, Depew.

His friends and co-workers at Rural/Metro are selling tickets and helping out for the benefit as well.

"I feel like I've got a second chance in life," Zogaria said, "especially when you hear stuff you've never heard before."


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