Thread: World Of Fire Report: 05-31-03
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World Of Fire Report: 05-31-03
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Saturday, May 31, 2003
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JEFFERSON TWP. NJ (MORRIS) - 2nd Alarm Rt-15 South @ Town & Country Motors. Car fire started in the garage. Fire knocked down. Co.'s overhauling. Request rush on GPU to cut off power. P.W.H. [EAN-305]. 12:24a.m.
2nd Alarm – FRAMINHAM, MA: 918 Grove St. Fire in a vacant house - fully involved. Request for M/A from Natick. C33/C231 [TAC9-C319]. 1:16a.m.
NEW ROCHELLE [WESTCHESTER Co.], N.Y: **2nd Alarm** aof 15 Rochelle Place cross of North Avenue. Reported to be a wood frame building. [MNS111*]. 1:36a.m.
U/D - NEW ROCHELLE [WESTCHESTER Co.], N.Y: ***2nd Alarm** aof 15 Rochelle Place x North Ave. OIC requests 2 AMBs to the front of the fire building. Also 1 & 1 into city for coverage. 1:44a.m.
NEW ROCHELLE [WESTCHESTER Co.], N.Y: ***3rd Alarm***aof 15 Rochelle Drive x North Avenue. M/A Mt. Vernon 1& 1 for coverage recall 3 Officers and 9 FF's. 2 burn victims to Sound Shore Medical Center. [MNS111]. 1:58a.m.
U/D - 3rd Alarm City of New Rochelle aof 15 Rochelle Dr cross of North Avenue. OIC reports fire knocked down on 1 & 2 floors - in process of knocking down fire in attic. Request Con Gas & Electric and Red Cross for approx 15 persons. Fire P/W/H. [MNS111]. 2:09a.m.
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS): *2nd alarm* 80 N. Main St. Warehouse fire 2nd line on the fire. Co's opening the roof EMS to stage in front M/A still coming in. EAN-305 2:15 am
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS) U/D: *2nd alarm* 80 N. Main St. Head count all firefighter's accounted for Sending a crew to the roof Still fire in cockloft. S/C Arson EAN3-5 2:52 am
ANNE ARUNDEL CO, MD: **3rd alarm** / Hotel / 1510 Aero Dr / Co#2 - Linthicum / "Wyndham Hotel: / Fire reported on the 5th floor / Mutual aid to the scene and for cover. DC/BMD/E*23 3:47 am
CLINTON NJ (HUNTERDON): *2nd alarm* on Main St. Fire involving 2 dwellings A.T.T. EAN-305 4:10 am
3RD ALARM EAST KILLINGLY CT 1623 HARTFORD PIKE NUMEROUS BUILDINGS REQ M/A TANKERS FROM RI AND CT TO SCENE *STATE LINE CAMP GROUNDS* *460.600/33.76* C28 [TAC9-C304]. 4:24a.m.
CLINTON NJ (HUNTERDON): 3rd alarm 12 Main St. and Leigh St. Multi structure fires M/A from Washington Boro. Warren County requested to the scene now EAN-305 5:03 am
CHEROKEE CTY, NC *BREAKING NEWS* SUSPECT IN CUSTODY IN MURPHY, NC (CHEROKEE CTY) BELIEVED TO BE ERIC ROBERT RUDOLPH, SUSPECT IN OLYMPIC PARK BOMBING (VAR) [CFP313*700]. 8:05a.m.
CHICAGO, IL: A 2-11 alarm at 214 S Cicero b/o 2-2-4. Reported as a 100X100 3 story brick apartment building with fire on the 2nd and 3rd floors. 1 snorkel, 2 TLs, 1 aerial pipe, 4 multi versals, 4 HLs all working in defensive mode. [CHG6/1/14/23/24/103/138/150/979] 8:22 am
CHICAGO, IL: A 3-11 alarm at 314 S. Cicero b/o 2-2-4 3 story brick apartment Partial interior collapse 2-TL 1-snorkel 1-aerial pipe 4-multiversals 4-lines Exterior attack [CHGO-1/24] 8:23a.m.
ALEXANDRIA VA: 2nd alarm 621 S. Pickett Street Recycling Center Heavy smoke showing (VFN108) 10:48 am
U/D ALEXANDRIA VA: 621 S Pickett Street Bulk of fire knocked down Extensive over hauling 2 line in operation (VFN108) 10:59a.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ: *Fatal-fire* (0630hrs) 700 block of N 24th St. Co's had a trailer involved. Occupant DOA. County and city fire marshal's onscene EAN3305 11:31 am
2ND ALARM SALISBURY, MA: 39 Beach Rd. Heavy fire floor 1 of a 3 story wood frame. *158.955* (C33) [TAC9-C51] 12:01 pm
U/D 2ND ALARM SALISBURY, MA: 39 Beach Rd. (Salisbury Beach). OIC reports heavy fire floors 1 and 2 of a 3 story wood frame extending up. DWH. *158.955* (C33N). [TAC9-C51] 12:08 pm
NEWARK NJ (ESSEX): **3rd alarm on arrival** 291 So Orange Ave. Heavy fire on 2nd and 3rd floors of a 4 story OMD DWH EAN465/104/503 12:14p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM SALISBURY, MA: 39 Beach Rd. Companies report fire is knocked down, checking for extension. PWH. *158.955* (C50N:C135 onscene). [TAC9-C51] 12:24p.m.
U/D NEWARK NJ (ESSEX): **3rd alarm** 294 So Orange Ave at Littleton. Heavy fire thru-out a 4 story OMD. EMS onscene. Co's making good progress. Main body knocked down and under control. Co's overhauling EAN52/253/465/503 12:42 pm
2ND ALARM TEWKSBURY, MA: On Salem Rd. Heavy fire showing from floor 2 of a structure. *483.7125* (C33N/C50/C925) [TAC9-C51] 9:30p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM TEWKSBURY, MA: On Salem Rd at the Wilmington Town Line. Heavy fire floor 2 of a house. M/A to the fire and to cover. DWH. *483.7125* (C33N/C50/C925) [TAC9-C51] 9:45 pm
MFN-FIRE/EMS: CARROLL CO, MD: *2nd alarm* / 7114 Sheldon Drive/ Dwelling 100 % involved/ Mutual aid Baltimore Co MFN-8 11:55 pm
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Columbus FD: W/F Across from 2874 Grasmere Ave. Cos: Eng 16, 13, Lad 13, Res16cuE, Med 16, BN 3. Res16cuE reports heavy fire from a house. FPO/D260 ©
Perry Twp VFD (Logan): MVA/PIN 3070 SR 292. Car into a Creek with 2 pinned. Cos: Eng 41, Res 41, Sqd 41. M/A Allen Twp Med 601. MedFlight S/C'd. Unable to fly. FPO/276/D260 ©
Big Walnut JFD (Morrow): MVA/PIN I-71 SB Just South of SR 61. 7 victims, 1 critical. Cos: Sta 39, Morrow County Med 3, DelCo Med 6. Eng 381, Res381cuE, DelCo Med 5, EMS 9, EMS 461 Morrow County Med 2 S/C'd. FPO/D240 ©
Big Walnut JFD (Morrow): MVA/PIN I-71 SB Just South of SR 61. Morrow County Med 3 to Grant with Level 1 Trauma. FPO/D240 ©
Big Walnut JFD (Morrow): MVA/PIN I-71 SB Just South of SR 61. 3 victims to St Anns, 2 to Childrens, 2 to Grant. FPO/D240 ©
Big Walnut JFD (Morrow): MVA/PIN I-71 SB Just South of SR 61. BN 301 (Mills) reports situation now under control. Holding Sta 39. FPO/D240 ©
Bloom Twp FD (Fairfield): FATAL MVA/PIN on Winchester Rd NW. Car vs Garbage Truck. Sta 551 enroute. M/A Violet Twp FD & Greenfield Twp FD. FPO/D249 ©
Northwood FD (Wood): (Delayed from 0930) MVA/PIN I-75 NB South of Toledo. Occupant pinned in car. FPO/256/D323 ©
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New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
as dispatched over the Metro Notification System
SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2003
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 875 @ PUTNAM AV & PATCHEN AV. FIRE TOP FLR OF A 3 STY BLDG * MNS-2
U/D BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 875 @ PUTNAM AV & PATCHEN AV. BATT-37 RPTs USING 2-ENGs & 2-TRKs FOR A FIRE TOP FLR FRONT BEDROOM - 4 STY BRK 20 x 70 OCCUPIED BLDG. L-176/FAST - D/W/H * MNS-2
U/D BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 875 @ PUTNAM AV & PATCHEN AV. 4 STY BRK 20 x 70 OCC BLDG. FIRE TOP FLR FRONT BEDROOM. BATT-37 RPTs PRI/SCH NEGATIVE. MAIN BODY OF FIRE KNOCKED DOWN. P/W/H * MNS-2
BROOKLYN: 7-5-875 - ALL-HANDS - @ PUTNAM AV & PATCHEN AV. 4 STY BRK 20 x 70 OCCUPIED BLDG. FIRE TOP FLR FRONT BEDROOM. DIV-15 RPTs SECONDARY SCHs NEGATIVE. FIRE UNDER CONTROL * MNS-2
QUEENS: 7-5-2131 aof 103-64 97 ST x LIBERTY AVE. FIRE BASEMENT & 1st FL RESTERAUNT OF A 2 BK 20 x 50 MIXED OCCUPANY (APT ABOVE) D-13 HAS 3 LINES S/O, S/C EX ENG & 2 TKS (E-293/L-126/L-107) 3 LINES S/O. FIRE K/D & PWH. 10-41 C1 [MNS342]
BRONX: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 2391 @ 164 ST AND ANDERSON AV. FIRE IN A BLDG * MNS-2/IAP
BRONX: 7-5-2391 -ALL-HANDS- @ 1000 ANDERSON AV NEAR 164 ST. FIRE 4 TH FLR WALLS OF AN UNKNOWN TYPE OCCUPIED BLDG. FIRE UNDER CONTROL * MNS-2/IAP
QUEENS: W/F BOX 3862 aof 57-22 224 ST x 59 AVE. B-53 IC REPORTS FIRE 2nd FL OF A 2 BK 30 x 50 PRI DWG. L-167 FAST [MNS342]
U/D QUEENS: W/F BOX 3862 aof 57-22 224 ST x 59 AVE. B-53 IC REPORTS FIRE 2nd FL OF A 3 FRAME (BRICK VENEER) 30 x 50 PRI DWG. 2 LINES STRETCHED, 1 IN OPER. ALL VIS FIRE IS K/D., RET ALL SPEC UNITS, INC SQ, RES & AH CF. [MNS342]
BROOKLYN: 7-5-690 aof 149 PULASKI ST x THROOP AVE B-35 IC REPORTS FIRE THROUGHOUT A 3 FRAME 20 x 40 VACANT BLDG WITH EXT TO EXP BLDG. ALL MEMBERS OUT OF BLDG., SETTING UP A TOWER LADDER [MNS342]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-690 aof 149 PULASKI ST x THROOP AVE B-35 IC REPORTS FIRE THROUGHOUT A 3 FRAME 20 x 40 VACANT BLDG D-11 I/C RPTS 3 H/L & 1 TL IN OPER, THIS IS CURRENTLY AN EXTERIOR OPER. ONLY S/C 1 ADD ENG [E235] [MNS342]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-690 aof 149 PULASKI ST x THROOP AVE; FIRE THROUGHOUT A 3 FRAME 20 x 40 VACANT BLDG D-11 I/C RPTS 4 H/L & 1 TL IN OPER, STILL EXTERIOR OPS, FIRE IS STARTING TO DARKEN DOWN SOMEWHAT, STILL DWH [MNS342]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-690 aof 149 PULASKI ST x THROOP AVE. D-11 REPTS FIRE ALL FLRS OF A 3 FR 20 x 40 VACANT BLDG. USING 4 H/L'S & 1 T/L. FIRE IS STARTING TO DARKEN DOWN. CWTC CAR 13A NOW O/S S/C SAFETY BC & PD FOR CROWD CONTROL [MNS342]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-690 aof 149 PULASKI ST x THROOP AVE. FIRE 3 FR 20 x 40 VACANT BLDG. CWTC CAR 13A REPTS FIRE IS PWH. REQ BLDGS DEPT TO SCENE TO CHECK BLDG STABILITY & ONLY EXT TO EXP WAS BURNED EXTERIOR SIDING [MNS342]
BRONX: W/F BOX 2142 aof 620 E-137 ST x CYPRESS AVE. FIRE 4th FL OF 20 BK OMD. L-42 FAST. B-12 AH CF. B-14 I/C. D-6 ENROUTE [MNS085]
BRONX: 7-5-2142 AOF 620 EAST 137 ST. FIRE 4TH FLOOR 16 TH STORY 300 BY 100 OMD. MNS 085
BROOKLYN: 7-5-1450, 36 ST X 4 / 5 AVE, FIRE IN A 2 STY 20 X 40. MNS-154
BROOKLYN: 7-5-403 aof 171 MYRTLE AVE X PRINCE ST, FIRE IN A 2 STY 20 X 60, 1 L/S/O. MNS-154
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Saturday, May 31, 2003
All Times Eastern Time
MVA - KILLINGWORTH, CT: AREA OR NORTH CHESTNUT HILL RD. ATV VS TREE. LIFE STAR EN ROUTE TO THE SCENE. *46.18* [TAC9-C09]. 12:57a.m.
MVA - VERNON, CT: ROUTE 31 AT THE I84 RAMP. 1 1045 PINNED. LIFE STAR REQUESTED. L/Z IS THE EXIT 67 COMMUTER LOT NEAR THE SCENE. *33.44* [TAC9-C09]. 1:21a.m.
2ND ALARM - FRAMINHAM, MA: 918 GROVE ST. FIRE IN A VACANT HOUSE - FULLY INVOLVED. REQ FOR M/A FROM NATICK. C33/C231 [TAC9-C319]. 2:16a.m.
MVA - BELLINGHAM, MA: FOR RT 495 NORTH JUST NORTH OF EXIT 18. THEY HAVE A ROLLOVER. NOW REQ FOR 2 LIFEFLIGHT TO THE SCENE. THEY HAVE 2-10-45 CODE 2. *483.3875* [TAC9-C319]. 3:01a.m.
ACW - EAST KILLINGLY, CT: STATE LINE CAMP GROUNDS, E KILLINGLY RD AT HARTFORD PIKE. SEVERAL OUT BUILDINGS. REQ M/A FROM FOSTER RI. *33.90/152.0125 C28 [TAC9-C304]. 4:49a.m.
U/D W/F - EAST KILLINGLY, CT: 1623 HARTFORD PIKE RT101 STATE LINE CAMP GROUNDS. SEVERAL BUILDINGS INVOLVED. M/A TANKERS REQUESTED TO SCENE. *33.76/33.90 [TAC9-C304]. 5:12a.m.
3RD ALARM - EAST KILLINGLY, CT: 1623 HARTFORD PIKE. NUMEROUS BUILDINGS. REQ M/A TANKERS FROM RI AND CT TO SCENE. *STATE LINE CAMP GROUNDS*. *460.600/33.76* C28 [TAC9-C304]. 5:24a.m.
MVA - NATICK, MA: MASS PIKE (I-90) EASTBOUND @ EXIT-13. SERIOUS MVA INVOLVING AN MSP TROOPER. REQUEST FOR LADDER-1 W/JAWS. *154.205* C768 [TAC9-C66]. 7:16a.m.
2ND ALARM - SALISBURY, MA: 39 BEACH RD. HEAVY FIRE FLOOR 1 OF A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME. *158.955* (C33) [TAC9-C51]. 1:02p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM - SALISBURY, MA: 39 BEACH RD. (SALISBURY BEACH). OIC REPORTS HEAVY FIRE FLOORS 1 AND 2 OF A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME EXTENDING UP. DWH. *158.955* (C33N). [TAC9-C51]. 1:08p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM - SALISBURY, MA: 39 BEACH RD. COMPANIES REPORT FIRE IS KNOCKED DOWN, CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. PWH. *158.955* (C50N:C135 O/S). [TAC9-C51]. 1:24p.m.
ACW - NEW BRITAIN, CT: 145 STANLEY ST. FIRE IN A LAUNDRYMAT, 1 STORY 200X50 TAXPAYER. PWH. *855.9625* [TAC9-C51]. 3:10p.m.
LEVEL 2 HAZMAT - BOSTON, MA: 650 ALBANY STREET (FLOOR 7). REPORTED RADIATION EXPOSURE. UNKNOWN INJURIES. *483.2125* C158/C238 [TAC9-C461]. 4:30p.m.
ACW - SIMSBURY, CT: 381 HOPMEADOW ST. 2 STORY BRICK PROFESSIONAL BUILDING. FIRE IN A 1ST FLOOR DENTAL OFFICE BEING HELD BY SPRINKLERS. 1 LINE WORKING - CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. *453.1625* [TAC9-C09]. 7:47p.m.
MVA - MILFORD, MA: SOUTH MAIN AT FRUIT ST. REQUEST FOR THE JAWS. *453.1250* [TAC9-C51]. 7:52p.m.
W/F - PROVIDENCE, RI: BOX 3141 @ 232 DEXTER ST. HEAVY FIRE ON FLOOR 1 OF A 3 STY WDFR B/O E-8. *151.220* C201 [TAC9-C28]. 9:40p.m.
U/D W/F - PROVIDENCE, RI: BOX 4131 @ 232 DEXTER ST. FIRE CONFINED TO FLOOR 1 OF A 3STY WDFR. FIRE K/D - COMPANYS OVERHAULING. [TAC9-C28]. 9:54p.m.
MVA - CRANSTON, RI: PIPPEN ORCHARD RD AT PLAINFIELD PIKE. ROLL OVER WITH ENTRAPMENT. REQUEST FOR THE JAWS. M/A FROM JOHNSTON TO THE SCENE. *154.010/154.175* (C201). [TAC9-C51]. 10:06p.m.
U/D MVA - CRANSTON, RI: PIPPEN ORCHARD RD AT PLAINFIELD PIKE. NOW RETURNING ALL UNITS. NO ENTRAPMENT. 1 10-45 UNKNOWN CODE. (C201/C28). [TAC9-C51].10:12p.m.
W/F - TEWKSBURY, MA: ON SALEM RD. HEAVY FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL FROM A STRUCTURE. *483.7125* (C33N/C925). [TAC9-C51]. 10:29p.m.
2ND ALARM - TEWKSBURY, MA: ON SALEM RD. HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM FLOOR 2 OF A STRUCTURE. *483.7125* (C33N/C50/C925). [TAC9-C51]. 10:30p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM - TEWKSBURY, MA: ON SALEM RD AT THE WILMINGTON TOWN LINE. HEAVY FIRE FLOOR 2 OF A HOUSE. M/A TO THE FIRE AND TO COVER. DWH. *483.7125* (C33N/C50/C925) [TAC9-C51]. 10:45p.m.
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Saturday, May 31, 2003
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ALEXANDRIA, VA: WF 621 S.PICKETT STREET RECYCLE CENTER. E 208 REPORTS HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING . (VFN108). 11:45a.m.
ALEXANDRIA, VA: 2ND ALARM @ 621 S. PICKETT STREET. (VFN108). 11:47a.m.
YORK CNTY,VA: CONFINED SPACE RESCUE, 118 SOLEBAY ST. BATT-1 O/S REQ SQUAD-4 & M/A TECH TEAM FROM NEWPORT NEWS. NFI ATT. (VFN175). 11:57a.m.
UD ALEXANDRIA, VA: 621 S PICKETT STREET. BULK OF FIRE KD - EXTENSIVE OVER HAULING. 2 LINES IN OPERATION. (VFN108). 11:59a.m.
HENRICO Co., VA (TUCKAHOE): MVA/TRAP, 8903 PATTERSON AVE NEAR STARLING. E8, T10, TUCKAHOE VRS OPERATING. TAC 4/800MHz. (VFN124). 3:29p.m.
RICHMOND, VA: RIVER RESCUE - JAMES RIVER AT THE LEE BRIDGE. E-6 O/S AT THE BRIDGE W/ TWO RAFTS ON THE RIVER IN DISTRESS WITH @ 4-5 PEOPLE PER RAFT. E-6, RESQ-1, DIVE-1, B-3 (VFN107). 3:52p.m.
THE NWS HAS ISSUED A TORNADO WARNING FOR N.HAMPTON CNTY IN NE NC, BRUNSWICK & GREENSVILLE CNTY IN VA. AT 615 PM EDT DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A SVR THUNDERSTORM WITH STRONG ROTATION ALOFT OVER THE TOWN OF VALENTINES. (END) (VFN35). 6:26p.m.
NORFOLK, VA: 3220 HYDE CIRCLE. SMOKE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. NOW FIRE OUT THE APEX OF THE ROOF. (VFN35). 7:49p.m.
U/D NORFOLK, VA: 3220 HYDE CIRCLE. FIRE K/D ATT. OVRHL IN PROGRESS. RELEASING EXTRA CO'S. *FINAL* (VFN35). 7:55p.m.
PETERSBURG, VA: W/F-608 JENNIFER #C. E3 O/L W/SMOKE SHOWING FROM 2 STY WD/FRM APT. POSSIBLE TRAP. E3,E2,T1,F-R4,BC530 ON THE INITIAL. SPECIAL CALL FOR E5. MOVE UPS REQUESTED. (VFN103). 8:26p.m.
PETERSBURG, VA: JENNIFER RD. APT FIRE UPDATE: BC530 REPORTS KNOCK ON FIRE & ALL CLEAR ON PRIMARY SEARCH. (VFN103). 8:32p.m.
PETERSBURG,VA: JENNIFER RD. W/F FINAL: REQUEST FOR VA POWER, CFD MOVE UP UNITS BEING RETURNED. SOME UNITS CLEARING. (VFN103). 8:47p.m.
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Saturday, May 31, 2003
All times Eastern Time
JEFFERSON TWP. ,NJ(MORRIS CNTY) WF RT 15 S AT THE COUNRTY MOTOR DEALERSHIP HVY SMK COND. BILLOWING FROM GARAGE. [EAN305]. 12:56a.m.
JEFFERSON TWP. ,NJ (MORRIS) U/D W/F RT 15 S NEAR EDISON RD. TOWN & COUNTRY MOTORS MA FROM PICATINNY ARSENAL AND MT. ARLINGTON [EAN305]. 12:59a.m.
JEFFERSON TWP. NJ (MORRIS) 2ND ALM RT-15 SOUTH NEAR EDISON RD. TOWN & COUNTRY MOTORS CAR FIRE STARTED IN THE GARAGE CO'S OPENING THE ROOF M/A ARRIVALED [EAN305]. 1:10a.m.
JEFFERSON TWP. NJ (MORRIS) 2ND ALM RT-15 SOUTH NEAR EDISON RD. TOWN & COUNTRY MOTORS CAR FIRE STARTED IN THE GARAGE CO'S OPENING THE ROOF M/A ON SCN. [EAN305]. 1:19a.m.
JEFFERSON TWP. NJ (MORRIS) U/D 2ND ALM RT-15 SOUTH @ TOWN & COUNTRY MOTORS CAR FIRE STARTED IN THE GARAGE FIRE K/D CO'S OVERHAULING REQ. RUSH ON GPU. TO CUT OFF POWER P.W.H. [EAN305]. 1:22a.m.
FAIR HAVEN,MONM. Co. *MAJOR NAT.GAS LEAK* JACKSON ST. M/A COVER FRM RED BANK 2-E & 1L. [EAN200]. 1:27a.m.
NEW ROCHELLE,NY (WESTCHESTER) *WORKING FIRE* 15 ROCHELLE PL. X= NORTH AVE. FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF AN OMD. [EAN14]. 2:35a.m.
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS) WORKING FIRE 80 N. MAIN ST. FIRE IN THE COCKLOFT REQ. RUSH ON TRK CO. [EAN305]. 2:49a.m.
WHARTON,NJ (MORRIS) *WORKING FIRE* 80 NORTH MAIN ST. FIRE IN A COMM'L BLDG. EAN14 ENROUTE [EAN14]. 2:52a.m.
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS) U/D. WORKING FIRE 80 N. MAIN ST. FIRE IN THE COCKLOFT 2ND REQ. FOR MAN POWER & MINE HILL FD ON STANDBY [EAN305]. 2:52a.m.
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS) U/D W/F 80 N. MAIN ST. FIRE IN THE COCKLOFT S/C PICATINNY FOR A FAST TEAM & MINE HILL REQ. TO THE SCN. [NJ9912 EAN14 / EAN305]. 3:02a.m.
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS) U/D W/F 80 N. MAIN ST. WAREHOUSE FIRE. FIRE LOCATED INSIDE RUNNING IN ONE LINE A.T.T. M/A ENROUTE EAN14 O/S [NJ9912/ EAN305]. 3:07a.m.
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS) *2ND ALM* 80 N. MAIN ST. WAREHOUSE FIRE 2ND LINE ON THE FIRE. CO'S OPENING THE ROOF EMS TO STAGE INFRONT M/A STILL COMING IN. EAN14 O/S. [NJ9924 / EAN305]. 3:13a.m.
IRVINGTON (ESSEX) NJ. *WORKING FIRE* UNKNOWN LOCATION. [EAN318]. 3:29a.m.
CARTERET (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 29 LAFAYETTE ST. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A PVT. DWELLING ALL CO'S GOING TO WORK. [EAN4500]. 3:40a.m.
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS) U/D. *2ND ALM* 80 N. MAIN ST. HEAD COUNT ALL FF'S ACOUNTED FOR SENDING A CREW TO THE ROOF STILL FIRE IN COCKLOFT. S/C ARSON EAN14 O/S. [NJ9912 / EAN305]. 3:44a.m.
U/D CARTERET (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 29 LAFAYETTE ST. CO's HAD A SMALL FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A PVT. DWELLING CO's REPORTING FIRE IS OUT CHECKING FOR EXTENSION AND IN THE PROCESS OF VENTILATION [EAN4500]. 3:45a.m.
U/D WHARTON,NJ (MORRIS) *2ND ALARM* 80 No. MAIN ST. "TMC CORP". FIRE ON THE 2ND FLR OF A BIG BY BIGGER WAREHOUSE. (1) F/F BEING TREATED BY EMS FOR SMOKE INHALATION. ALL CO'S WORKING. NOW EVAC ALL MEMBERS. [EAN305/9912/ EAN14]. 3:45a.m.
WHARTON NJ (MORRIS) U/D. *2ND ALM* 80 N. MAIN ST. HEAD COUNT ALL FF'S ACOUNTED FOR SENDING A CREW TO THE ROOF STILL FIRE IN COCKLOFT. S/C ARSON [EAN-305]. 3:52a.m.
TEANECK NJ (BERGEN) W/F 1348 LAUREL ST. FIRE IN THE WALLS REQ. EMS FOR VICTIMS WITH SMOKE INH. [EAN305]. 4:05a.m.
TEANECK NJ (BERGEN) U/D. W/F 1348 LAURELTON PKWY. FIRE ON THE 2ND FLR. IN THE WALLS HVY/SMK. COND. REQ. EMS/ALS FOR SMK. VICTIMS EMS TO STAGE ON ENGLEWOOD AVE. [EAN305]. 4:12a.m.
TEANECK NJ (BERGEN) U/D.W/F 1348 LAURELTON & W.ENGLEWOOD AVE. NOW REPORTED A PAIR SNEAKER BURNING ON THE 2ND FLR. EMS ON SCN. FOR 2 VICTIMS W/ SMOKE. [EAN305]. 4:17a.m.
CLINTON NJ (HUNTERDON) WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE UNKN-ADDR. STATE P.D. ENROUTE FOR TRAFFIC N.F.I. [EAN305]. 4:46a.m.
CLINTON NJ (HUNTERDON) *2ND ALM* AREA OF MAIN ST. FIRE INVOLVING 2 OR 3 APT. BLDG'S EMS STAGING CO'S LIGHTING UP THE AREA. [EAN305]. 4:56a.m.
CLINTON NJ (HUNTERDON) U/D. *2ND ALM* ON MAIN ST. FIRE INVOLVING 2 DWELLINGS A.T.T. POSS. INJ'S? [EAN318 / EAN305]. 5:01 a.m.
CLINTON NJ (HUNTERDON) U/D 2ND ALM ON MAIN ST. CROSS LEIGH ST. RUNS OFF OLD RT-22 MULTI. EMS STAGING N.F.I. [EAN318 / EAN305]. 5:21a.m.
CLINTON NJ (HUNTERDON) U/D 2ND ALM ON MAIN ST. & LEIGH ST. M/A FROM WASHINGTON BORO. WARREN CNTY. TO COVER CLINTON FIRE HOUSE. [EAN318 / EAN305]. 5:58a.m.
CLINTON NJ (HUNTERDON) 3RD ALM 12 MAIN ST. & LEIGH ST. MULTI, STRUCTURE FIRE'S M/A FROM WASHINGTON BORO. WARREN CNTY. REQ TO THE SCN. NOW. [EAN318 / EAN305]. 6:02a.m.
QUEENS NY A/H BX-2131 103-97TH ST. & ROCKAWAY BLVD. 2-STY. FRM 1ST-FLR. COMM. & 2ND FLR. APT'S S/C 1-ENG. & 1-TRK. TO THE SCN. D.W.H. [EAN305]. 6:18a.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ *FATAL-FIRE* (0630HRS) 700 BLK OF N 24TH ST. CO'S HAD A TRAILER INVOLVED. OCC DOA. CNTY & CITY FM'S O/S [EAN3305]. 10:50a.m.
NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) **3RD ALM ON ARRIVAL** 291 SO ORANGE AVE. HVY FIRE ON 2ND & 3RD FLOORS OF A 4 STY OMD DWH. [EAN465/104/503 EAN503]. 1:14p.m.
U/D NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) **3RD ALARM** 294 SO ORANGE AVE @ LITTLETON. HVY FIRE THRU-OUT A 4STY OMD. EMS O/S. CO'S MAKING GOOD PROGRESS. MAIN BODY K/D & U/C. CO'S OVERHAULING [EAN52/253/465/503 EAN503]. 1:42p.m.
U/D NEWARK 4TH ALARM FIRE = 4 STORY BRICK BUILDING = EVERYONE EVACUATED AND OPERATIONS FROM OUTSIDE = FIRE SEEMS TO BE UNDER CONTROL AND OVERHAUL IN PROGRESS = NFI = [EAN465/104/503/NJ253/ EAN52]. 1:44p.m.
BRUNSWICK TWP (SCHUYLKILL) PA. *WORKING FIRE* ROUTE 895. WATER SUPPLY TASK FORCE ENROUTE. [EAN318]. 3:11p.m.
GOSHEN (ORANGE) NY. *WORKING FIRE* WOOD ROAD & OLD MINISINK TRAIL. UNK TYPE STRUCTURE. M/A FROM CITY OF MIDDLETOWN FOR RIT. *154.205/46.16 123.0* [EAN318]. 5:15p.m.
NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) BX-1744 2ND ALM 65 MANNER DR. HVY/SMK. ON UPPER FLRS. OF A O.M.D. [EAN305]. 5:33p.m.
NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** BOX 1744 @ 85 MANOR DR. x IRVINGTON AVE. - FIRE ON THE #7 FLR. OF A 19 STY. 150x150 OMD - PWH ATT [EAN305/ EAN465]. 5:34p.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ *FUMES-INCIDENT* 700 FEDERAL ST @ THE MC DONALDS. A UNK CHEMICAL WAS SPRAYED IN THE RESTROOMSS SEV EMPLOYEES FEELING ILL. FD EMS O/S [EAN3305]. 6:52p.m.
BRONX A/H'S BOX 2142 E 137TH ST BTWN CYPRESS AV & ST ANN'S AV, FIRE ON THE #4 FL OF A 16 STY BRK, PRIMARY SEARCH NEGATIVE. [EAN77]. 10:00p.m.
MANHATTAN APPARATUS MVA WEST HOUSTON ST & BEDFORD ST, ENGINE 24 INVLOLVED IN MAJOR MVA, SAFETY BATTALION RESPONDING. [EAN77]. 10:07p.m.
BROOKLYN A/H'S (LIMITED INFO) MYRTLE AV & PRINCE ST, UNDER CONTROL. [EAN77]. 10:11p.m.
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Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.
Saturday, May 31, 2003
All Times Eastern Time
TORONTO (CANADA) Report:
AJAX - 51 THOMSON ST. W/F IN A FACTORY. SOUNDS WELL INVOLVED. ACW NFI ATT-TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:05a.m.
Incidents from KCFN - CIFN - STLFN
(Illinois, Missouri & Kansas)
-compiled by Jamie Joyce
Saturday, May 31, 2003
All times are in Central Time
STLFN: WATERLOO, IL. (MONROE COUNTY) Waterloo FD has a structure fire at 5726 State Route 3. Tones for manpower have been sounded and a M/A for a Tanker & manpower has been requested from the Columbia FD. [STL819]. 12:13a.m.
KANSAS CITY, MO: *Water rescue* Missouri River between ASB Bridge and the Paseo Bridge. Male subject in the water floating east. Car103 P25 P6 P47 R1 T12 [KCFN-02] 10:24 am
U/D KANSAS CITY, MO: Water rescue at the Paseo Bridge and Missouri River. Co's have the victim, now performing CPR. Believed to be a recovery ATT. [KCFN-02] 10:36 am
KANSAS CITY, KS: Working fire at 2722 S 8th Terrace x Woodend. Reported vacant dwelling fully involved. P3 P7 P10 Q10 Car32/62 [KCFN-02] 3:09 pm
STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO: STLFD *1st alarm* fire in a house at 4645 Newport. Heavy smoke showing - Report of persons trapped. One line off. Pumpers 36 4 19 23 32 H&L 4 Rescue Squad 1 BC804 803 DC810. [STL810] 5:56 pm
STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS MO: STLFD *1st alarm* fire in a house at 4645 Newport. Rescue operations in progress. Report of person trapped on the 2nd floor. Fire in a 2 story brick - 2 lines off. [STL810] 5:59 pm
STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS MO: STLFD *1st alarm* fire in a house at 4645 Newport. Person rescued. S/C for an additional medic unit. PIO-825 and FIU-821. Fire is under control. Co's overhauling ATT. [STL810] 6:19 pm
KANSAS CITY, MO: Working fire at 6022 Jackson x 60th Terrace. Fire showing 2nd floor of a vacant 2 story frame. Car105 P33 P35 R9 R11(RIT) T11 T15 [KCFN-02] 6:30 pm
STLFN: BELLEFONTAINE NEIGHBORS (ST. LOUIS CO.), MO: Riverview FPD *1st alarm* at 10442 Bellefontaine x Shepley. Heavy smoke and fire on arrival. 1 line off and 5" supply line laid. S/C an ambulance for 1 victim. Utilities notified. [STL899] 8:43 pm
STLFN: U/D BELLEFONTAINE NEIGHBORS (ST. LOUIS CO.), MO: Riverview FPD's *1st alarm* at 10442 Bellefontaine x Shepley. House fire. Fire knocked down. Primary search negative. Firefighter's in overhaul operations ATT. [STL899] 8:48 pm
CIFN-FIRE: SPRINGFIELD (SANGAMON) IL: General alarm at 14th and Brown. Report of a single story house with smoke showing. Batt. 2 Engines 1, 4, 5, 6, and Truck 1 working. S/C Metro Fire Investigation Unit. [CIFN-3] 10:05 pm
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a 1st alarm for a fire in a building across from 1309 Benton b/o BC 801. BC 801 reports he has 2 two story bricks with heavy fire. Pumpers 5 9 17 8 2 HL 2 BC 801 and 802 Squad 1 /STL819 11:01 pm
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's 1st alarm across from 1309 Benton. BC 801 reports that he had 2 two story vacant buildings and they are making an outside stand with 3 aerials and 1 handline. He reports fire is will hold. /STL819 11:10 pm
NEFNN CONNECTICUT FIRE LOG (http://www.nefnn.com)
-by Scott Harris
0803 W/F+ BRIDGEPORT CONN Railroad Ave & Hancock Ave 4-story 500x300 factory building - fire floor #2
0303 2nd ALM HARTFORD CONN Box 641 67 Chadwick St 3-story frame OMD - heavy fire floor #3 thru the roof (2nd alarm struck for relief)
1344 W/F BRISTOL CONN 34 Fall Mountain Rd house fire
2359 2nd ALM HARTFORD CONN Box 523 40 Bond St 3-story brick OMD - heavy smoke/fire floor #2 extending up
1553 W/F NAUGATUCK CONN 191 Crestwood Dr house fire
1946 W/F HAMDEN CONN 961 West Woods Rd 2-story frame - fire floor #1
0511 2nd ALM KILLINGLY CONN 1639 Hartford Trpk (Rte 101) "State Line Campgrounds" - large recreation building within the campground fully involved & destroyed - mutual aid from 8 towns for tankers and 5" hose
1442 ACW NEW BRITAIN CONN 145 Stanley St 1-story 50x200 taxpayer - fire involved 4 dryers inside a laundromat
1945 ACW SIMSBURY CONN 381 Hopmeadow St 2-story brick professional building - fire in a dentist office on floor #1 contained by sprinklers
*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
Boise Idaho Report
-1600hrs - W/F - 2666 Ona St (South Boise) - E8, 7, 5, T1, BC2: Have a detached garage with fire showing. While enroute, T-1 had an electrical short that started a fire destroying the electrical wiring harness and causing both sets of batteries to explode. T-1 is a 1990 LTI 110' tiller ladder.
-2230hrs - 2nd Alarm - 4510-30 W. State St (Northwest) = E9, 202, 201, T1, BC1: Have a 1-story Strip mall w/ 5 stores and heavy fire in the MOR. Bldg is 1 block from Station 9. 2ns Alarm = E2, 5, T6, BC2 - Fire has taken 2-stores but a good stop has been made. Fire started in rear of store behind adult store.
Brooklyn, N. Y. 05/31/03 @ 19:00 hrs.
Bedford / Stuyvesant Section
address: 149 Palaski Street
between: Throop Ave. & Thompkins Ave.
690 @ 19:05
Engs. 217, 230, 218
Lads. 102, 108, 111*
*TowerLadder 111 was just down the street & sent in.
10 - 75 - 690 @ 19:08
Ladder 112 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
Batt. 57 Division 11
3 Story Frame 20 x 40 vacant bldg.
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 2 Story Brick detach M. D.
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type detach
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 69 @ 19:14
Batt. 35 reports, Were using All - Hands on arrival here. We have a fire in a vacant 3 story frame. We have fire thru out. Fire's Doubtful.
Batt. 35: We have some fire extension to Exp. #4. This is an exterior operation. All members have been backed out of the bldg. Setting up the TowerLadder. Fire is Doubtful.
Division 11: Box 690, Were Still Doubtful here. ( 3 ) Hand-lines in operation. ( 1 ) Towerladder in operation. Special Call an additional Engine Co. " K "
@ 19:29 Engine Co. 235 is s/c
Division 11: ( 4 ) Hand-lines stretched & in operation. ( 1 ) TowerLadder in operation. Fire's starting to darken down. Conditions remain unchanged.
Car 13 "adam" City Wide Tour Commander, has been assigned to the box. Requesting the "Safety Battalion" to respond.
Car 13 "adam" Request the Bldg's Dept. respond an Engineer to check the stability of the bldg. All visible fire has been knock down. Still Doubtful.
Car 13 "adam" Probably Will Hold. All visible fire has been extinguished. Only extension to Exp. #4 was to the exterior siding. Searches being performed from the exterior vis the TowerLadder " K "
The following units were Special Called for relief purposes. Eng. 277, TowerLadder 120, Batt. 32
end of report:
Brooklyn, N. Y. 05/31/03
All - Hands #1 @ 22:00 hrs.
Bush Terminal area
address: 416 36th. Street
betwen: 4th. Ave. & 5th. Ave.
1450 @ 21:51
Engs. 228, 201, 239
Lads. 114, 148
10 - 75 - 1450 @ 21:54
TowerLadder 131 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
Batt. 41 Division 8
2 Story Brick 20 x 40 P. D.
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 - 1450 @ 21:59
Batt. 40 reports, Box 1450, were using All - Hands. We have ( 2 ) man-holes going in the street. Fire has extended to the basement of 416 36th. street, a 2 story private dwelling. 1 - line is stretched & operating. Primary searches are being conducted. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire's Doubtful.
Batt. 40: All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary searches are negative. Probably Will Hold.
Batt. 40: Were stretching a 2nd. line to the exposure. We have glowing "red" cables in the basement. We have evacuated a total of ( 3 ) bldg's due to high "CO" readings.
Division 8: We have ( 4 ) man-holes blown. ( 3 ) bldg's evacuated. ( 2 ) lines stretched. Conditions remain the same.
Division 8: Conditions remain the same. Con Ed is on the scene, cutting power to the area.
Division 8: Were UnderControl here. Going down to 2 & 2.
Brooklyn, N. Y. 05/31/03
All - Hands #2 @ 22:00 hrs.
Downtown Brooklyn area
address: 171 Myrtle Ave.
between: Gold St. & Prince St.
403 @ 21:54
Engs. 207, 210, 226
Lads. 110, 118
Batt. 57 s/c
10 - 75 - 403 @ 21:57
TowerLadder 105 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #2 ( from 7 - 5 - 1450 )
Batt. 4 s/c Division 11
2 Story Brick 20 x 60
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 3 Story Brick 20 x 60 M. D.
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a Street
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 403 @ 22:06
Squad Co. #252 is assigned
Batt. 57 reports, 403, were going to use All - Hands. We have a fire on the 1st. floor in a laundra mat. Fire's is in the duck work in the ceiling. We have 2 - lines stretched. Have a light smoke condition on the 1st. floor. Searching for the seat of the fire. Fire's Doubtful.
Batt. 57: Fire is located in the duck work above the store in the ceilings. We used 1 - line. Primary search is negative. You can return the Squad. Fire's UnderControl.
Division 11: All searches are completed & negative thru out.
Northeast Fire News
LOS ANGELES, CA:
Dear Friend of the LAFD:
In accordance with Fire Chief William Bamattre's progressive multi-year Emergency Medical Services (EMS) enhancement plan for the City of Los Angeles, the men and women of the LAFD are pleased to announce the on-schedule deployment of new and newly configured EMS resources during the month of June.
On June 1, 2003, one new Advanced Life Support (ALS) Paramedic Ambulances and two Assessment Engines are being placed into service, as well as one Assessment Light Force and two new Basic Life Support (BLS) Ambulances. These deployments are as follows:
West Los Angeles / Brentwood:
- New Paramedic Rescue Ambulance 59 at Fire Station 59
Arleta / North Hills / Sepulveda:
- New Assessment Engine 81 at Fire Station 81
Sylmar/ San Fernando:
- New Assessment Engine 91 at Fire Station 91
San Pedro / Port of Los Angeles
- New BLS Rescue Ambulance 848 at Fire Station 48
Hancock Park / Mid-City
- New BLS Rescue Ambulance 829 at Fire Station 29
And later this month...
On June 29, 2003, two new Advanced Life Support (ALS) Paramedic Ambulances and Assessment Engines are being placed into service, as well as four new Basic Life Support (BLS) Ambulances and four new EMS District Captains. These deployments are as follows:
Bel Air / Beverly Glen:
- New Paramedic Rescue Ambulance 71 at Fire Station 71
- Convert Paramedic Engine 71 into Assessment Engine 71
- New Paramedic Rescue Ambulance 79 at Fire Station 79
- Convert Paramedic Engine 79 into Assessment Engine 79
- New BLS Rescue Ambulance 817 at Fire Station 17
Silverlake / Griffith Park:
- New BLS Rescue Ambulance 856 at Fire Station 56
- New BLS Rescue Ambulance 870 at Fire Station 70
- New BLS Rescue Ambulance 906 at Fire Station 106
Venice / Westchester / LAX:
- New EMS District 4 Supervisor at Fire Station 51
(EMS District 18 Supervisor returns to Fire Station 92)
El Sereno / Lincoln Heights:
- New EMS District 7 Supervisor at Fire Station 47
West Los Angeles /Brentwood:
- New EMS District 9 Supervisor at Fire Station 59
Porter Ranch / Northridge:
- New EMS District 15 Supervisor at Fire Station 28
The men and women of the Los Angeles Fire Department are pledged to offer the finest life safety services in the world. This includes an unswerving commitment to providing high quality Emergency Medical Services to the millions of people who live in, visit and travel through America's second-largest city on a daily basis.
Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD - E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA
LAFD Website: http://www.lafd.org
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