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National Paged Incidents
-compiled by Jamie Joyce

Monday, June 30, 2003
(All times are in Central Time)

BALTIMORE CITY MD: 2nd alarm dwelling 5712 White Ave. 2.5 story frame Heavy fire thru roof DC15 12:40 am

MFN- FIRE /EMS / Baltimore, City, Md/ *2nd Alarm/ ops c-1/Box 54-2./5700 block White Ave/ occ dwelling fire through roof/ All searches negative/ Ammunition and weapon found in 1 dwelling. [MFN-8]. 12:42a.m.

U/D BALTIMORE CITY MD: 2nd alarm 5712-14 White Ave. 2.5 story frame duplex Had heavy fire thru roof Fire under control. DC15 onscene 12:54 am

CHICAGO IL: 2-11 alarm fire at 1519 Warren Blvd b/o BN4 [CHGO-1/2] 4:19 am

UPDATE ON 2-11 ALARM: 6 story "Viceroy Hotel" 100x150. Fire in one unit on 5th floor Rescues being made [CHGO-1/979] 4:26 am

PEARL HARBOR NY (ROCKLAND): 3rd alarm+ at the Texas BBQ Restaurant, main body of fire is knocked down, all co's still operating and the fire is still not under control EAN100 6:17 am

2ND ALARM PLYMOUTH MA: Box-1428 32 Kayla Circle - Heavy fire condition M/A for coverage C461 *154.430* [TAC9-C67] 10:21 am

PLEASANT VALLEY NY (DUTCHESS: **Multiple alarm** at the Pleasant Valley Estates. Multiple departments M/A to work. Fire in an unknown type occupied building. DWH. EAN301 11:48 am

BIRD IN HAND PA (LANCASTER CO): 2nd alarm 208 Maple Ave Heavy fire roof and attic of a dwelling DC/PA1 onscene 12:59 pm

HOPKINS, MN (HENNEPIN) 2nd Alarm (equiv) @ 1010 Main Street. 2-story Commercial 40x100 mattress store. Heavy fire on the 2nd floor. 1-Squirt & 1-TL working so far. Exposures to a 2-story Antique Store and a 1-story building. St. Louis Park and Minnetonka on M/A. [CHGO-1/TC7406*]. 4:42p.m.

TORONTO ONTARIO - CANADA: 2nd Alarm at 84 Palmerston Ave. Attached dwelling. Fire #2 floor running common attic. Extension to #86 Palmerston Ave. All Companies working. TFN328/300 [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:51p.m.

NEW ORLEANS, LA: *Tropical Storm Bill* made landfall in the New Orleans area with heavy rains causing some flooding and wind damage... NOLA 9:42 pm

DOWNERS GROVE, IL: A 3rd alarm on Hazmat Box #10, a box alarm on Fire Box #7, a 5th alarm on EMS Box #799 at 5420 S Main St. Reported as a chlorine leak from the water tower. Extensive M/A enroute and on scene. [CHG6/1/7/17/21/150/223/426] 11:23 pm

BARTLETT, IL: A 2nd alarm on Box #201 at 4N231 St Andrews Pl. Reported as a well involved garage. Now struck-out b/o Command. [CHG6/5/21/23/150/223/426] 11:25 pm


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Cincinnati FD: MVA/PIN Hollister & McMillan. Cos: Eng 19, Trk 19, Sqd 52, Res 2, 14, Dist 1. Car vs bldg. FPO/D1002 ©

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Berlin Twp FD (Delaware): MVA/PIN Africa Rd & Sherman Rd. Reported 1 pinned. Cos: Eng 391, 334, GF 391, DelCo Med 3, 2. FPO/D240 ©

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Berlin Twp FD (Delaware): MVA/PIN Africa Rd & Sherman Rd. MedFlight S/C'd. FPO/D240 ©

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Berlin Twp FD (Delaware): MVA/PIN Africa Rd & Sherman Rd. MedFlight giving 25 minute ETE. EMS 461 reports cancel MedFlight. DelCo Med 3 to Grant with 1. Chief 391 reports extrications complete, all units in service. FPO/D240 ©

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Woodlawn FD (Hamilton): Haz-Mat & W/F 10520 Chester Rd @ Cooper Heating. Cos: Qnt 96, 39, Eng 96, 45, 83, Sqd 96, Med 90. Web-Alert/FPO/D703 ©

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Licking Twp Fire Co (Licking): MVA/TRAUMA/EJECTION SR 13 & Christland Hill Rd. Cos: Med 601, Eng 601. MedFlight # 1 S/C'd. victim unconcious and laying in the roadway. FPO/D223 ©

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Woodlawn FD (Hamilton): Haz-Mat & W/F 10520 Chester Rd @ Cooper Heating. Fire K/D. Crews being De-Con'd by Med 90. Some sort of liquid still flowing. Web-Alert/FPO/D703 ©

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Licking Twp Fire Co (Licking): MVA/TRAUMA/EJECTION SR 13 & Christland Hill Rd. MedFlight # 1 cancelled. Victim in trauma arrest. Med 601 to Licking Memorial Hospital. FPO/D223 ©


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

MONDAY, JUNE 30, 2003

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 01:34
MANHATTAN: 7-5-1093 -ALL-HANDS- @ 518 E 80 ST nr YORK AV. 8 STY BRK 75 x 50 OMD. FD RPTs HI-Co READINGs IN THE BLDG. 500PPM UPPER FLRs & 100PPM IN BSMT. BOILER SHUT DOWN. EMS TREATING 1 CIV FOR DIZZINESS * MNS-2

@ 01:59
BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 2307 @ E 49 ST & TILDEN AV. FIRE IN AN OCCUPIED BLDG * MNS-2

@ 02:00
QUEENS: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 8664 @ CRANDALL AV & CHENEY ST - FIRE IN A BLDG * MNS-2

@ 02:07
BROOKLYN: 7-5-2307 -ALL-HANDS- @ E 49 ST & CHURCH AV. 4 STY BRK 40 x 75 OMD. BATT41 RPTs A SMALL FIRE #3 FLR BATHROOM. FIRE K/D. SCHs NEGATIVE. FIRE UNDER CONTROL * MNS-2

@ 02:10
QUEENS: 7-5-8664 -ALL-HANDS- @ CRANDALL AV & CHENEY ST. 2.5 STY OCCUPIED PVT DWLG. BATT-54 RPTs FIRE #2 FLR. 3-LINEs RUN. D/W/H * MNS-2

@ 02:23
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-8664 @ CRANDALL AV & CHENEY ST. 2.5 STY 20 x 40 OCCUPIED DWLG. FIRE IN THE ATTIC. 3-LINEs RUN. MAKING PROGRESS. D/W/H * MNS-2

@ 02:32
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-8664 @ CRANDALL AV & CHENEY ST. 2.5 STY 20 x 40 OCCUPIED BLDG. FIRE IN THE ATTIC. BATT-54 RPTs P/W/H * MNS-2

@ 03:46
MANHATTAN: 7-5-1380 E.115 ST X 1ST AVE, FIRE IN A 4 STY 30 X 60, FIRE ON THE ENTIRE FIRST FLR, *3 10-45'S CODE 2*. MNS 154 IAP

@ 04:31
BROOKLYN: 7-5-3019 AVE J X OCEAN AVE, FIRE IN A 4 STY 100 X 100, FIRE ON TOP FLR, MNS 154/62 O/S IAP

@ 15:16
QUEENS: 7-5-7409 aof 44-15 34 ST X 44 ST, FIRE IN A 4 STY 100 X 75, 2 L/S/O. MNS-154

@ 15:28
QUEENS: 7-5-4947 aof 130-01 SUTTER AVE X 130 ST, FIRE IN A 2 STY PD, FIRE ON THE 2ND FLR, 2 L/S 1 IN OPER. MNS-154

@ 17:00
MANHATTAN: BOX 918 PARTIAL BLDG COLLAPSE aoi 57 ST & LEXINGTON AVENUE EMS CITYWIDE RPTS 4 PTS 2 RMA 2 BEING TRANSPORTED-MNS-111

@ 19:40
QUEENS: 7-5-6040 aof 94-23 LEFFERTS BLVD x 94 AVE (RICHMOND HILL). FIRE TOP FL OF 3 BK 20 x 80 MD. 3 LINES RUN. DWH. D-13 I/C [MNS085]

@ 20:00
MANHATTAN: 7-5-1592 aof 216 W140 ST x 7 / 8 AVES. CAR FIRE IN ALLEYWAY W/ EXT TO 1st FL OF A 6 BK 35 x 75 MD. B-16 RPTs MAIN BODY FIRE IS K/D. PRIM SRCH FIRE FL & FL ABOVE NEG. DWH. D-6 ENROUTE [MNS085]

@ 20:02
U/D MANHATTAN: 7-5-1592 aof 216 W140 ST x 7 / 8 AVES. CAR FIRE IN ALLEYWAY W/ EXT TO 1st FL OF A 6 BK 35 x 75 MD. B-16 RPTs FIRE PWH. RETURN ALL SPECIAL UNITS [MNS085]


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

Monday, June 30, 2003
All Times Eastern Time

ACW - BRIDGEPORT, CT (CHARLIE-2) 122 COTTAGE ST. SMOKE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL FROM AN OCCUPIED 25X35 2.5 STY WDFR. QUICK KNOCK DOWN - PWH - FMO ENRTE. [E3 E4 L11 R5 BC-1] *153.77* [TAC9-C228]. 5:15a.m.

W/F - PROVICENE, RI: BOX 3141, BELLEVUE AVE. FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME. ENG 10 REPORTS SMOKE SHOWING FROM FLOOR 2 *151.220* C16 [TAC9-C319]. 10:09a.m.

ALERT 2 - WINDSOR LOCKES, CT: "BRADLEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT". DUAL ENGINE PRIVATE PLANE WITH SERIOUS LANDING GEAR ISSUES. PLANE LANDED WITHOUT INCIDENT EMS EVAL. 1 10-45 (PILOT) FOAM WAS APPLIED TO RUNWAY. C09 [TAC9-C519]. 10:09a.m.

U/D W/F - PROVIDENCE, RI: BOX 3141, ON BELLEVUE AVE. FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME OCC. FIRE ON FLOOR 1. FIRE KNOCKED DOWN - PWH. *151.220* C16 [TAC9-C319]. 10:19a.m.

W/F - PLYMOUTH, MA: BOX-1428, 32 32 KAYLA CIRCLE - CO'S REPORT SMOKE SHOWING FROM A STRUCTURE *154.4300* [TAC9-C67]. 10:36a.m.

U/D W/F - PLYMOUTH, MA: BOX-1428, 32 KAYLA CIRCLE - HEAVY FIRE CONDITION IN DWELLING. *154.4300* [TAC9-C67]. 10:42a.m.

U/D W/F - PLYMOUTH, MA: BOX-1428, 32 KAYLA CIRCLE - S/C ADD ENGINE TO SCENE - HEAVY FIRE CONDITION IN A DWELLING. C461 *154.4300* [TAC9-C67]. 10:53a.m.

2nd ALARM - PLYMOUTH, MA: BOX-1428, 32 KAYLA CIRCLE - HEAVY FIRE CONDITION. M/A FOR COVERAGE. C461 *154.4300* [TAC9-C67]. 11:21a.m.

W/F - FRANKLIN, NH: 440 CENTRAL STREET - FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING - M/A TO SCENE & FOR COVERAGE. *159.90* C603 [TAC9-C461]. 12:21p.m.

HAZMAT - CUMBERLAND, RI: 2170 MENDON ROAD - A BOX IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD LEAKING AN UNKNOWN SUBSTANCE - HAZMAT TEAM FOR THE CITY OF WOONSOCKET REQUESTED TO THE SCENE *154.205* C15 [TAC9-C09]. 12:57p.m.

ACW - LOWELL, MA: 220 SMITH ST. STRUCTURE FIRE. COMPANIES LAYING LINES. *154.205* [TAC9-C919]. 1:16p.m.

U/D ACW - LOWELL, MA:. 220 SMITH ST. 3 STY APARTMENT BUILDING, FIRE ON FL.#1, K/D - PWH. [TAC9-C919]. 1:20p.m.

MVA - HAMDEN, CT: ON CIRCULAR AVE AT URSINI DRIVE - JAWS IN USE. CT1062 [TAC9-C461]. 1:28p.m.

ACW - EAST HARTFORD, CT: 8 JAIDEE DRIVE. 2-STORY BRICK APT BUILDING - KITCHEN FIRE BEING HELD BY SPRINKLERS - 1 LINE WORKING *460.600* [TAC9-C09]. 2:04p.m.

W/F - HARTFORD, CT: 116 HEATH ST - 2.5 STY WOOD FRAME OCCUPIED DWELLING - HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM THE REAR - EMS REQUESTED FOR CIVILIAN 1045 C3. *154.310* [TAC9-C09]. 2:32p.m.

ACW - LYNN, MA: 96 ADAMS ST. FIRE ON TOP FLOOR OF A 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME. FIRE NOW K/D. *154.415* C251 [TAC9-C520]. 2:40p.m.

MVA - PIERMONT, NH: ON RTE.25C. CAR INTO A HOUSE W/ENTRAPMENT. JAWS ENROUTE FROM ORFORD. *154.130* C773 [TAC9-C520]. 3:19p.m.

W/F - EAST PROVIDENCE, RI: 1032 WILLET AVE. COMM BLDG - 1 STY 50X150 (CITY PUBLIC WORKS BLDG). HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING. S/C 1 ENGINE. C319/303 [TAC9-C28]. 4:21p.m.

W/F - MERIDEN, CT: NEXT TO 186 HIGHLAND AVE. 1STY WDFRM - HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING. S/C ADD'L ENGINE. *154.13* C09 [TAC9-C158]. 4:46p.m.

U/D W/F - EAST PROVIDENCE, RI: 1032 WILLETT AVE. COMM BLDG (CITY PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE). BULK OF FIRE K/D - COMPANYS OVERHAULING - P/W/H. C319/303 [TAC9-C28]. 5:02p.m.

ACW - SCITUATE, MA: 41 BANKS ST. ATTIC FIRE IN A DWELLING - 1 LINE RUN. *151.175* C06/C67/C251 [TAC9-C158]. 5:20p.m.

MVA - NASHUA, NH: MAIN ST AT SOUTH MAIN ST. JAWS OPERATING - S/C PUMP 1 TO THE SCENE. *151.25* [TAC9-C158]. 7:57p.m.

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT - MEDWAY, MA: HOLLISTON ST. 1-1045C2, 26 Y/O MALE HEAD INJURY. REQ FOR LIFEFLIGHT TO L/Z #2 AT THE HIGH SCHOOL - ETA 5 MINUTES. *482.625/155.16* C919 [TAC9-C158]. 8:46p.m.

ACW - BOSTON, MA: 47 KIMBALL STREET. SMOKE SHOWING FROM A STRUCTURE. CO'S CHARGING LINES. *483.1875* [TAC9-C20]. 10:57p.m.

W/F - JOHNSTON, RI: PEZZULLO ST. FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME. HVY FIRE SHOWING - REQ ADD'L EMS AND LADDER. *154.175* C304 O/S C303 [TAC9-C319]. 11:07p.m.

U/D ACW - BOSTON, MA: BOX-1715, 47 KIMBALL STREET. I/C REPORTS A LARGE TRASH FIRE IN A TRASH FACILITY. 1-LINE STRETCHED AND OPERATING. RETURNING THE RESCUE - PWH. *483.1875* [TAC9-C20]. 11:10p.m.

U/D W/F - JOHNSTON, RI: ON PEZZULLO ST. FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME. CO'S HAVE HVY FIRE THRU THE ROOF. 1 LADDER PIPE IN USE - DWH. *154.175* C304 O/S C303 [TAC9-C319]. 11:16p.m.

U/D W/F+ JOHNSTON, RI: ON PEZZULLO ST. FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME 30X40. HVY FIRE THRU OUT - FIRE IS DWH. *154.175* C304/319 O/S [TAC9-C319]. 11:49p.m.


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Virginia Firenet (VFN)
VFN Paging covers incidents from the Tidewater and Richmond areas as well as through out the state of Virginia. Visit our Website at http://www.tac9.com and click on VFN PAGING or via E-mail to VFN@tac9.com

Monday, June 30, 2003
All Times Eastern Time

CHESTERFIELD, VA: MVA/FATALITY, NB I-95 TO NB RT 288. TRACTOR-TRAILER OVERTURNED WITH ONE FATALITY. RAMP IS SHUT DOWN ATT, REMAINING UNITS ON TAC 3. (VFN124). 5:21p.m.

SPOTSYLVANIA Co., VA: W/F ITA FOX RUN LN & FOX HOLE LN. VEHICLE FIRE WITH EXTENSION TO DWELLING & WOODS. Co's 9, 2, 1 WORKING. OPS ON CHL 2/800 (VFN102). 5:58p.m.

(U/D) SPOTSYLVANIA Co., VA: W/F - CORRECT ADDRESS IS 14220 FOX HOLE LN. S/C FOR BRUSH UNITS + M/A FROM ORANGE Co.29 (LAKE OF THE WOODS) 3 ENGS & 2 TKRS ON SCENE (VFN102). 6:08p.m.

HANOVER Co., VA (MONTPELIER): MVA W/TRAP & MEDEVAC - 14295 W. PATRICK HENRY RD. RES-126 O/S VEHICLE INTO WOODS, 1 PERSON TRAPPED. REQ MEDFLIGHT + 1 ADD'L AMB. OPS ON TAC 6/800 (VFN102). 11:38p.m.

(U/D) HANOVER Co., VA (MONTPELIER): MVA W/TRAP & MEDEVAC - 14295 W. PATRICK HENRY RD. S/C SQD-1 FOR CRIBBING & ENG-1 FOR LZ. TOTAL OF 2 PT'S, PINNED PT HAS CHEST & ABDOMINAL INJS (VFN102). 11:47p.m.

(U/D) HANOVER Co., VA (MONTPELIER): MVA W/TRAP - 14295 W. PATRICK HENRY RD. EXTRICATION COMPLETED, PT GOING VIA GROUND TO MCV. MEDFLIGHT CANCELLED. FINAL (VFN102). 11:59p.m.


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(EAN) Emergency Action Network
http://www.ean-inc.com/

Monday, June 30, 2003
All times Eastern Time

CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ U/D *ALL-HANDS* 2916 PLEASANT ST. CO'S HAVE A 2STY TWIN HVY FIRE IN THE REAR. OSS W/A 2.5 LINE KNOCKING IT DOWN GOOD. FIRE IS A PWH ADDT TRUCK CO TO SCENE. ALL CO'S WORKING. DWH [EAN3305]. 12:04a.m.

MANHATTAN,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 1380 @ 422 E 115 ST. BATT 12 HAS FIRE ON THE 1ST/2ND FLR OF A 4 STY BRK 30x60 OMD. 1 L/S/O, TRUCKS ARE OPENING UP. 3 10-45 (NO CODE) HAVE BEEN TRANSMITTED. [EAN305/ EAN90]. 3:33a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 1380 @ 422 E 115 ST. BATT 12 RPT'S ALL VISABLE FIRE IS K/D. BATT 12 ADVISES (2) 10-45 CODE 3'S AND (1) 10-45 CODE 2. FIRE IS STILL DWH. [EAN305/ EAN90]. 3:37a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 1380 @ 422 E 115 ST. DIV 3 RPT'S PRI SRCH'ES OTHER THAN 10-45'S ARE NEG. FIRE IS PWH. [EAN90]. 3:43a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 1380 @ 422 E 115 ST. DIV 3 RPT'S THEY NOW HAD ONLY (2) 10-45 CODE 2'S. FIRE WAS ON THE 1ST FLR ONLY. BUILDING WAS UNDER CONSTRUCTION. FIRE IS NOW U/C. [EAN305/ EAN90]. 3:49a.m.

U/D PEARL RIVER NY (ROCKLAND) 3RD ALM+ AT THE TEXAS BBQ RESTAURANT, MAIN BODY OF FIRE IS K/D, ALL CO'S STILL OPERATING & THE FIRE IS STILL NOT U/C [EAN100]. 7:17a.m.

LIVINGSTON NJ (ESSEX) BEST WISHES TO RETIRING FIRE CHIEF CRAIG DUFFORD WHO WAS FULL TIME FIRE CHIEF FOR THE PAST 13 YEARS. AND PAST PRESIDENT OF THE ESSEX COUNTY MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. ASSISTANT CHIEF CHRIS MULLEN WILL BE ASSUMING HIS ROLE. [EAN222/ EAN503]. 10:22a.m.

MADISON BORO NJ, (MORRIS) **WORKING FIRE** 10 RIDGEDALE. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. 2 ENGINES & 1 TRUCK M/A TO THE SCENE. (1 ENG AS FAST TEAM). [EAN301]. 10:31a.m.

PATERSON NJ, (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** 10TH AVE AND MADISON AVE. TOP FLOOR FIRE IN A 3STY BRICK APARTMENT BLDG. CO'S MAKING PROGRESS WITH 2 HAND LINES. STILL DWH. [EAN301]. 11:51a.m.

RAHWAY NJ (UNION) *HAZMAT* AT THE SEWAGE AUTHORITY, ON EAST HAZELWOOD AVE. EMS TRANSPORTING 1 INDIVISUAL W/INHALATION & DIFF BREATHING. MSDS SHEETS REQUESTED [EAN44/ EAN503]. 12:29p.m.

PLEASANT VALLEY NY, (DUTCHESS) **MULTIPLE ALARM** AT THE PLEASANT VALLEY ESTATES. MULTIPLE DEPARTMENTS M/A TO WORK. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE OCCUPIED BLDG. DWH. [EAN301]. 12:49p.m.

QUEENS, NY *ALL HANDS* BOX-7409 44-15 34TH AVE. BC. REPORTS HAS A FIRE IN A 4 STY O/M/D, 100X75 2 L/S/O. PRI SEARCHES IS (-). FIRE REMAINES DWH. [EAN28]. 3:35p.m.

QUEENS, NY *ALL HANDS* BOX-4947 130-01 SUTTER AVE. BC.51 REPORTS IS USING ALL HANDS FOR A FIRE ON THE 1ST FL. OF A 2 STY P/D. 2L/S 1I/O RETURNING SPECIAL UNITS. PRI & SEC ARE (-). FIRE IS K/D AND U/C. [EAN28]. 3:40p.m.

EASTCHESTER, NY (WESTCHESTER) *STRUCTURE FIRE* 5 VINE RD, FIRE K/D, COMPANIES VENTING. [EAN49]. 4:12p.m.

BYRAM TWP. NJ (SUSSEX) WORKING BRUSH FIRE ON WATERLOO RD. WIRES DOWN SET FIRE TO BRUSH, REQ. FOREST FIRE SERVICE TO THE SCN. [EAN305]. 4:20p.m.

YONKERS, NY (WESTCHESTER) *STRUCTURE FIRE* 221WARBURTON AVE, 2 STORY WOOD FRAME, FIRE ON THE 1ST FL. [EAN49]. 4:43p.m.

*U/D* YONKERS, NY (WESTCHESTER) *STRUCTURE FIRE* 221WARBURTON AVE, 2 STORY WOOD FRAME, FIRE ON THE 1ST FL, FIRE K/D COMPANIES OPENING UP. [EAN49]. 4:46p.m.

KEANSBURG(MONMOUTH)* LARGE GAS LEAK * SHORE BLVD AND BEACON PL. M/A HAZLET AND MIDDLETOWN FOR STATION COVERAGE, EXT OPER. [EAN503/ EAN633]. 6:26p.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.

Monday, June 30, 2003
All Times Eastern Time

TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

W/F - BRAMPTON: 8 TRUDELLE CR (NEW STREET) A210 STRETCHING ON A DWELLING *TAC6* TFN332 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 11:41a.m.

U/D - BRAMPTON: 7 TRUDELLE. XTRA 1+1 & REHAB UNIT. SEARCHES IN PROGRESS B/O C208. TFN332 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 11:43a.m.

TORONTO - W/F PALMERSTON NR ROBINSON. FIRE IN A DWELLING. NOW K/D CHECKING FOR EXT. ADDT'L LADDER (315) TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:18p.m.

TORONTO - UPDATE 84 PALMERSTON (CORRECTED). COMMAND NOW REQ ADD'L ENG. TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:19p.m.

TORONTO ONTARIO: 2ND ALARM - 84 PALMERSTON AVE. ATTACHED DWG FIRE #2 FL. FIRE RUNNING COMMON ATTIC EXT TO #86. A/C/W. TFN328 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:28p.m.

U/D - TORONTO: 2ND ALARM @ 84 PALMERSTON AVE. BOX 12 NOW REQUESTED TO THE SCENE - B/O C-33. TFN300 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:53p.m.


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DC Firecom/Baltimore Metro Dispatch Report
chinman.gte@verizon.net

Sunday, June 29, 2003
All Times Eastern Time

BALTIMORE, MD: WORKING FIRE / OCC & VAC DWELLINGS / 1809-? N CHAPEL ST / BC-2 RPTS FIRE U/C / 1 BURNED CIV TRANS TO HOPKINS BAYVIEW BURN CTR / NEIGHBORHOOD SVCS, BLDG INSP, & BG&E RQSTD. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 10:21

BALTIMORE Co., MD: PLANE CRASH / ITAO MOHRS LN & PULASKI HWY / CO#12 - MIDDLE RIVER / HAVE A SMALL PLANE DOWN A WOODED AREA / NFIATT. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 11:32

U/D - BALTIMORE Co., MD: PLANE DOWN / ITAO MOHRS LN & PULASKI HWY / HAVE 4 PTS W/MINOR INJS. [DC/BMD/E*23]. 11:38


Monday, June 30, 2003

ANNE ARUNDEL Co., MD: *ALL HANDS++* / COMM BLDG / 12 E ORDINANCE RD / CO#31 - BROOKLYN PARK / "BILL'S CARPET FAIR" / HAVE FIRE ON THE ROOF / S/C 2 ENGS ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. [DC/BMD/E*23-1-56]. 10:38

BALTIMORE Co., MD: INDUSTRIAL BLDG / 1400 BENSON CT / CO#34 - VIOLETVILLE / "POTOMAC AIR GAS" / BOX RQSTD FOR FOR THE LINER OF A 30X40 TANK FIRE. [DC/BMD/E*23-2-55]. 11:42


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

Monday, June 30, 2003
All times are in Central Time

CIFN-MVA: ALTAMONT IL (EFFINGHAM): MVA with rescue/ I-70 eastbound at 85 1/2 MM/ Altamont FD and Effingham City enroute with rescue/ City, county and state PD onscene. CIFN*1/2/99 10:13 am

CIFN-MVA-FINAL: ALTAMONT IL (EFFINGHAM): Fatal MVA/ I-70 eastbound at 85 1/2 MM/ Altamont RD and Effingham City enroute with rescue/ City, county and state PD osncene/ Coroner enroute. CIFN*1/2/99 10:15 am

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD *1st alarm* at 4204 Bingham x Morganford. Fire in a vacant 2-story large warehouse/factory. 1 line off so far. Pumpers: 4-14-19-32-1, HL4, BC804/802, SQD-1, DC810. [STL899] 12:30 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D STLFD's *1st alarm* at 4204 Bingham. BC804 reports fire in a large vacant 2-story brick warehouse. Small amount of fire showing - 1 line off so far. Fire now knocked down - Strike-out the alarm. [STL899] 12:34 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD - High water rescues. I-70 west of Kingshighway shut down due to high water. Report of people trapped on roofs of their cars at 4526 Beacon. Thunderstorm in St Louis Co. and N. St Louis City Stationary dumping rain. [STL899] 2:06 pm

KANSAS CITY, MO: Working fire at 8115 Flora x 81st Street. Smoke showing attic of a 2 story frame. Car107 P29 P30 P37 R9 T8 T15 [KCFN-02] 4:26 pm

U/D KANSAS CITY, MO: 8115 Flora x 81st Street. Reported basement fire in a 1 story frame, S/C R31 with thermal camera. All co's working with 2 lines. [KCFN-02] 4:29 pm

STLFN: HIGH RIDGE FPD (JEFFERSON COUNTY MO) - 1st Alarm structure fire at 26 W. Osage Dr. [STL810]. 9:19p.m.

STLFN: ST. CHARLES CITY FD MO: 1st alarm fire at the Maintenance Building at Wapplehorse Park and Hackman Roads. Building heavily involved. Supply line being laid to ladder truck. (STL966) 9:57 pm

STLFN: ST. CHARLES CITY FD MO: Update on the building fire at Wapplehorse Park on Muegge Rd. 9424, 9432, and the St. Charles County Haz-Mat Team have been special called. (STL966) 10:10 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working still alarm for a fire in a vacant building at 4219 Obear. BC 805 has requested a 1st alarm. /STL819 10:31 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a 1st alarm for a fire in a house at 4219 Obear b/o BC 806. They have a vacant 2 story building and will be making an outside stand. Pumpers 8 20 10 26 17 HL 15 BC 806 and 805 Squad 2 /STL819 10:35 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's 1st alarm fire in a house at 4219 Obear. BC 806 reports the fire has been knocked down. /STL819 10:47 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working still alarm for a fire in a building at 3326 Oregon. BC 804 reports they have a fire on the 2nd floor of a 2 story brick 1 line off. Pumpers 1 32 14 HL 2 and BC804 /STL819 10:50 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's working still alarm at 3322 Oregon. BC 804 reports the fire is under control, companies are ventilating. /STL819 10:56 pm

STLFN: ST. CHARLES, MO (ST. CHARLES COUNTY): U/D on St. Charles FD's building fire Muegge Road in Wapplehorse Park. The fire is now under control. Companies are overhauling. American Red Cross is on the scene. /STL557 /STL819 11:16 pm


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


Manhattan, N. Y. 06/29/03 @ 00:30 hrs.

Inwood Section

Box 1804
address: 449 West 206th. Street
between: 9th. Ave. & 10th. Ave.

1804 @ 00:31
Engs. 95, 53, 93
Lads. 36, 59
Batt. 13

10 - 75 - 1804 @ 00:35
TowerLadder 45 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 75
Rescue Co. #3
Squad Co. #41
Batt. 19 Division 7

Fire Building:
2 Story Brick 60 x 100 Taxpayer
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a 6 Story Brick O.M. D.

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1804 @ 00:39
Batt. 13 reports, Box 1804, were using All - Hands for a fire on the 1st. floor of a 2 story taxpayer. 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's "Opening Up" Searches are in - progress. Fire's Doubtful.

@ 00:44
Division 7: Were using All - Hands, 1 - line stretched & in operation. 2nd. line stretched as a precautionary. Truck's are "Opening Up" at this time. Primary search is negative on the 1st. floor.

@ 00:47
Division 7: All primary searches are complete and negative thru out. Fire is Still Doubtful.

@ 00:54
Division 7: Fire is UnderControl. Secondary searches are still underway.

@ 00:59
Division 7: Secondary searches thru out are complete & negative.


ExChief84@msn.com


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UNITED KINGDOM
London Fire Brigade Daily Report

30 Jun 03


2150 E40 Sidcup Person reported fire (fatal)at 156 Halfway St, working fire in a 10m x 15m bungalow using 2 hosereels, 1 civilian found DOA, 1 civilian w/smoke inhalation.

Runs for the day: 701
Runs for the year: 133587


KC-01


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LOS ANGELES, CA:
GREATER ALARM GRASS FIRE:


On Monday, June 30, 2003, at 1454 hours (2:54 p.m.), twelve companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, three Battalion Command Teams, two LAFD Rescue Ambulances, three Helicopters, two Brush Patrol Units, and other support personnel, under the direction of Assistant Chief John Ware, responded to a Greater Alarm Grass Fire at 2200 N. Soto Street in the El Sereno area. First units on the scene reported approximately three to five acres of grass burning on a hillside, fanned by winds pushing the fire in a northerly direction toward several structures. Firefighters immediately took up a defensive position around the homes for structure protection. Firefighters using handlines and aided by aggressive helicopter water drops confined the fire to approximately ten acres of grass and light brush and extinguished the fire in forty-four minutes. One Firefighter suffering from heat exhaustion was transported to Alhambra Hospital in good condition. No structures were damaged and the cause of the fire is listed as under investigation.

REPORT PREPARED BY :

James "Jim" R. Wells
Firefighter/Specialist
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD-E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

Fax: (213) 485-2708
LAFD E-Mail: jrw0585@lafd.lacity.org
LAFD Website: http://www.lafd.org


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Brooklyn, N. Y. 06/30/03 @ 17:15 hrs.
Ocean Hill Section

Box 1619
address: 1981 Pacific Street
between: Ralph Ave. & Buffalo Ave.

1619 @ 17:06
Engs. 227, 234
Lads. 123, 176
Batt. 38

10 - 75 - 1619 @ 17:10
Ladder 112 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Engs. 233, 231
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
Batt. 37 Division 15

Fire Building:
3 Story Frame 25 x 60 Vacant Bldg.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 3 Story Brick M. D.
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Vacant Lot

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1619 @ 17:17
Batt. 38 reports, Box 1619, were using All - Hands for a fire in the basement of a vacant 3 story dwelling. 1 - line is stretched to the basement. 2nd. line stretched and standing fast. Truck's are "Opening Up" Will go with Doubtful.

@ 17:20
Division 15: Primary search complete thru out is negative.
All visible fire has been knocked down. By orders of Deputy Chief Butler, Division 15, Probably Will Hold.

@ 17:25
Division 15: Box 1619, by orders of Deputy Chief Butler, Division 15, Fire's UnderControl. Still waiting on the secondary's.

@ 17:35
Division 15: All secondary searches are complete & negative thru out.


ExChief84@msn.com


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COEUR D'ALENE, IDAHO - 6/30/03 - Structure fire 1900 block Sherman Ave, El Rancho Motel. Dumpster fire in alley extended into attic. Quick knockdown, ceiling pulled, minimal extension.

Units responding: Cd'A E323, E322, T341, A22, A28, Medic, C301, C302, I306. Northern Lakes FPD E521, C501. Kootenai F/R E141, C103.


Fireman Pete
fireman_106@hotmail.com


END.


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http://www.fallenbrothers.com


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.


-Brian


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LOS ANGELES, CA:

Dear Friend of the LAFD:

For more than six decades, the public use of fireworks has been illegal in the City of Los Angeles. Those who use, possess or merely transport any type of fireworks face severe penalty. Though laws vary by locale, the bottom line is that personal fireworks can cause needless pain and suffering.

Why risk tragedy while watching your money go up in smoke?

The LAFD asks you to join Firefighters and their families at a professional public fireworks display near you. If you live in the Los Angeles area, complete information can be obtained on-line via the LAFD website:

http://www.lafd.org

If you live outside Los Angeles, consult your local media:

http://newslink.org

...or Fire Department:

http://cms.firehouse.com/content/fhnet/usa_network.jsp

...for information on a safe professional display in your area.

On behalf of the men and women of the Los Angeles Fire Department, please accept our best wishes for a safe and enjoyable Independence Day observance.

Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,

Brian Humphrey
Firefighter/Specialist
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD - E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

E-Mail: beh9593@lafd.lacity.org
LAFD Website: http://www.lafd.org


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