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Sunday, July 27, 2003
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RUNNEMEDE (CAMDEN Co.), NJ: **2nd Alarm Equiv.** on W. 3rd Ave. 2 vacant dwellings heavily involved on arrival. Bulk of fire knocked down on both. Both homes new construction. Extensive M/A on scene. EAN3305 O/S 1:54a.m.
GUTTENBURG [HUDSON] NJ: **2nd alarm** 201 70 St at Broadway Fire in a OMD M/A in [MNS-516*IAP] 4:52 am
2ND ALARM CHESTER NH ON ARRIVAL: 617 Haverhill Rd A structure fire *154.130* C134 [TAC9-C135] 8:49 am
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (BERGEN Co.) **2nd Alarm** Murry Hill Parkway. Commercial building fire. 2nd Alarm Companies requested to the scene. EAN388. 9:06a.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM CHESTER NH: 617 Haverhill Rd 2.5-story woodframe house Heavy fire floor 2 knocked down Checking for extension Opening the roof *154.130/458.600* C134 [TAC9-C135] 9:17 am
DETROIT, MI (WAYNE): *2nd alarm* Infantry and Vernor. Fire in apartments over stores. Chief 7 had extra engine and squad on the original run. Request for EMS units to scene. FNNM-400,800 9:36 am
DETROIT, MI (WAYNE) U/D: *3rd alarm* Infantry and Vernor. Fire in apartments over stores. Chief 203 requesting 3rd alarm for manpower. FNNM-400,800 9:56 am
LONGMONT, CO: 2nd alarm 1727 Queen Drive Working fire in a MFD. Evacuation's underway and off-duty call backs occurring. MNN-264 12:38 pm
STLFN: WELLSTON, MO. (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) Mid-County FPD has a 2nd Alarm house fire at 6433 Hobart. No size-up given. /STL819 [STLFN]. 1:37p.m.
2ND ALARM BOW NH: Old Ferry Rd A brush fire with exposures threatened *154.355/154.235* C158/C101 [TAC9-C135] 1:53 pm
WELLSTON (ST. LOUIS Co.),MO: U/D - Mid County FPD's 2nd Alarm house fire @ 6433 Hobart. Command reports all Firefighters accounted for. Fire thru the roof @ 6429 Hobart. No size-up heard. [STL899] [STLFN]. 2:05p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM BOW NH: Garvin Falls Rd/Rte 3A area Multiple brush fires along the railroad tracks from North Bow into South Concord (under control) Bow still all companies working C642/C158/C101 [TAC9-C135] 2:24 pm
QUEENS NY: *2nd alarm* 2207165 address of 41-26 27 St x 41 Ave/Queens Plaza South. Heavily involved 1 story commercial. Extra engine and truck S/C prior to the 2nd alarm. L128 FAST. B49 All Hands Chief. B45 I/C. D14 enroute [MNS142/342/085] 4:00 pm
U/D QUEENS NY: *2nd alarm* 22-7165 address of 41-26 27 St x 41 Ave/Queens Plaza South. 1 story 50x100 commercial. Heavy fire condition. 2 lines stretched out. B46-Safety B35-Communications Coordinator [MNS142/342/085] 4:03 pm
FULTON CO, PA: *2nd alarm* dwelling fire/ 2253 McKees Gap Rd/ M/A Washington Co, MD and Morgan Co, WV (DC23,51) 4:25 pm
QUEENS NY: 33-7165 *3rd alarm* address of 41-26 27 St x 41 Ave/Queens Plaza South. 1 story 50x100 commercial. D14 transmitting a 3rd alarm [MNS142/342/085] 4:27 pm
U/D QUEENS NY: 33-7165 *3rd alarm* address of 41-26 27 St x 41 Ave/Queens Plaza South. 1 story 50x100 commercial. Staging area at Queens Plaza North x 27th/Crescent Sts. Car-23 and Car-6A enroute [MNS142/342/085] 4:31 pm
U/D QUEENS NY: 33-7165 *3rd alarm* address of 41-26 27 St x 41 Ave/Queens Plaza South. 1 story 50x100 commercial. B8 now designated the Safety Coordinator and B46 as the Staging Chief [MNS142/342/085] 4:36 pm
EAST FISHKILL [DUTCHESS COUNTY] NY: *Third alarm* State Rte 52 at Southern Drive. Fire in a large dwelling. M/A from 3 depts to the fire #MNS75)# 4:41 pm
U/D QUEENS, NY: *3rd alarm* 99-33-7165 at 41-26 27 Street near 41 Av. DC14 reports fire in a 1 brick 50X100 commercial, 3 TL in operation, 1 TL setting up, 2 lines stretched out, members being withdrawn, DWH. MNS142/85/342 4:43p.m.
U/D QUEENS, NY: *3rd alarm* at 41-26 27 Av. Additional on progress report, Field Comm reports major portion of the roof has collapsed... MNS142/85/342 4:44 pm
QUEENS, NY *3rd Alarm* Box 4165 @ 41-26 27 St. DIV 14 reports heavy fire in a 1-story taxpayer. T/L's are going into operation and members are being withdrawn from the building. Fire is DWH. NJ275/EAN90. 4:54p.m.
2ND ALARM - ONSET, MA: 3095 Cranberry Highway. Structure fire. *33.700* C147/C44 [TAC9-C33] 5:41p.m.
U/D - 2ND ALARM - ONSET, MA: 3095 Cranberry Highway. Structure fire with heavy fire showing. *33.70* C147/C44/C67 [TAC9-C33]. 5:47p.m.
UNION TWP PA (BERKS): Dyers Quarry in French Creek State Park off of PA Rt 345 **Drowning** Dive units from Chester and Berks Counties operating for the body recovery. EAN 23 5:50 pm
FINAL QUEENS NY: 33-7165 *3rd alarm* address of 41-26 27 St x 41 Ave/Crescent St/Bridge Plaza South. Long Island City. Fire in a 1 brick commercial 50x100. Most of building has collapsed. Exterior operations; 1 E/1L S/C for relief [E295/L142] Fire under control. MNS085/142 [MNS342] 6:01 pm
WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC): **Working fire/EMS mobilization** Hanburg Tpk and Valley Rd. F/D have numerous transformers that exploded. Large ember problem. Co's have precautionary lines in operation. Large senior citizen building evacuated and EMS transporting to other facilities. Fire remains DWH EANSTAFF/503 9:04 pm
U/D WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC): **2nd alarm equivalent** Hamburg Tpk and Valley Rd. Co's reporting a smoke condition in 2nd floor of "Coldwell Banker" Building. Co's forcing entry. PSEG onscene attempting to shut entire grid down. M/A for station coverage. EAN415/503 9:12 pm
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Columbus Division of Fire: Extra Company MVA 4747 North High St. Cos: Eng 19, Med 19, 71, 24, Res16cuE, EMS 13. Possible PIN with multiple victims. FPO/276/D284 ©
Millersport FD (Fairfield): Extra Company MVA SR 204 & SR 37. Cos: Med 631, 632, 610, Res631cuE, Chief 631. MedFlight # 1 & # 4 S/C'd. FPO/D223 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: (Delayed from 0550) W/F 1008 East 19th Ave. Cos: Eng 18, 16, Lad 13, Res16cuE, Med 18, BN 3. RIC: Eng 7, Med 16, EMS 13. Fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/276/D284 ©
Cleveland FD: W/F 1804 East 55. Fire in a comm'l bldg. Cos: Eng 22, 17, Lad 17, Squad 3, & BN 1. Eng 7 - Worker. TL 7 - RIT. FPO/D700 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 2709 Snyder Ct. Cos: Eng 6, 24, 11, Lad 24, TL 33, Res111cuE, Med 6, BN 2, 7. Eng 6 reports fire in ceiling. FPO/D284 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 2709 Snyder Ct. 2 sty 8 family alt bldg. RIC: Eng 61, Med 24, EMS 12, SO 2. BN 2 (Speath) has command. FPO/221/D284 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 2709 Snyder Ct. BN 2 reports fire K/D. Holding all companies except BN 7. FPO/221/D284 ©
Cleveland FD: Rope Rescue West 174 & Greenwood. Man on a cliff. Cos: Eng 43, Lad 39, Squad 4, Tactical Res5cuE, BN 3, AC 1, EMS Medic 20, Super 632. FPO/D700 ©
Cleveland FD: Rope Rescue West 174 & Greenwood. Rescue complete by Tactical Res5cuE. FPO/D700 ©
Belle Valley, PA FD (Erie): MVA/PIN Evans & Gore. Cos: Res38cuE, MP 8. Res38cuE (Capt Altadonna) reports 2 car MVA, 1 Class 2, 1 Class 3 victims. Working extrication. Requesting Eng 31, & EMS 49. FPO/D800 ©
Belle Valley, PA FD (Erie): MVA/PIN Evans & Gore. Extrication complete. Requesting Add'l City Ambulance. EMS 40 enroute. 3 victims total. FPO/D800 ©
Belle Valley, PA FD (Erie): MVA/PIN Rt 8 & Shrimper. Util 39, Eng 32, Res74cuE, Ambo 14, DC 362. DC 362 (Semple) reports 2 car MVA, heavy damage, 1 rolled over. Multiple victims. Sqd 687, 79, 76, Med 95 S/C'd. FPO/D800 ©
Madison Twp FD (Franklin): W/F on Rohr Rd. Large Mulch Pile Fire. Cos: Eng 181, 182, 4, 171. Call for a bulldozer. FPO/D284 ©
Trumbull County: Numerous water rescues in Hubbard, Trumbull County, & Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Liberty Twp FD Sta 34 & 35 flooded. Also have bldg collapses. Multiple areas under water due to heavy rains. FPO/313/256/258/D276 ©
Youngstown FD: W/F Box # 2156 @ Andrews Metals on Andrews St. Structure fire. Eng 7 reports F/I structure. Eng 7 stalled in 4 foot of water, unable to move. FPO/D265 ©
Youngstown FD: W/F Box # 2165 @ Andrews Metals on Andrews St. Eng 7 reports water possibly energized by down wire. Ohio Edison S/C'd on a ruch to cut power to area. Fire thru roof. DWH. FPO/256/258/313/276/D265 ©
Youngstown FD: W/F Box # 2165 @ Andrews Metals on Andrews St. Eng 3 setting up master streams to protect tanks of flammable/explosive materials near building. Companies unable to access bldg due to high waters. Bldg is total loss. FPO/313/256/258/276/D265 ©
Boardman Twp FD (Mahoning): (Delayed from 2100) W/F 5935 Glenwood. Sta 71, 73, 74 working. M/A Western Reserve JFD Lad 91 & Eng 91. House struck by lightning. FPO/D724 ©
Youngstown FD: (Delayed from 2115) Water Rescue Box # 2165 @ Logan & Hubbard Rd. BN 1, Boat 1, & others assisting tow truck driver completely submerged in high water. Occupant on roof. Other vehicles stranded in area. FPO/D724 ©
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Sunday, July 27, 2003
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U/D 2ND ALARM WINTHROP MA SHIRLEY ST AND VETERANS RD WARDS MARINA OIC REPORTS A HEAVY FIRE CONDITION IN THE COCKLOFT OF THE MARINA ALL COMPANIES HEAVILY ENGAGED DWH [TAC9-C134]. 12:02a.m.
FINAL U/D 2ND ALARM WINTHROP MA SHIRLEY ST AND VETERANS RD WARDS MARINA OIC REPORTS 6 LINES RUN FIRE K/D HOLDING ALL COMPANIES FOR EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL PWH [TAC9-C134]. 12:21a.m.
ACW LOWELL MA 44 "D" ST BLDG FIRE,OIC REPORTS A COUCH FIRE FLOOR #1 ENG 6 AS RIT TEAM ENGINE *154.205* [TAC9-C134]. 12:42a.m.
ACW LOWELL MA 44 "D"ST, OIC REPORTS FIRE K/D CANCEL THE RIT TEAM ENGINE PWH [TAC9-C134]. 12:46a.m.
MVA ELLINGTON CT SHENIPSIT LAKE RD (DIRT SECTION) AN ATV ACCIDENT WITH 3 PATIENTS-2 MEDICS, 3 AMBULANCES AND LIFE STAR REQUESTED *33.90* [TAC9-C09]. 2:10a.m.
U/D MVA ELLINGTON CT SHENIPSIT LAKE RD-ATV ACCIDENT3 AMBULANCES 2 MEDICS 1 HELO ON SCENE-OIC REQUESTING 2 MORE HELO'S-L/Z IS A LARGE OPEN FIELD NEAR THE SCENE-RETONE FOR MANPOWER & M/A FOR COVER *33.90* [TAC9-C09]. 2:31a.m.
U/D MVA ELLINGTON CT ATV ACCIDENT SHENIPSIT LAKE RD-NO OTHER HELO'S AVIALABLE TAKING 1 PATIENT BY HELO AND 2 PATIENTS BY GROUND ALS *33.90* [TAC9-C09]. 2:43a.m.
W/F WINDHAM NH 25 FISH RD A HOUSE FIRE M/A RESPONDING TO SCENE AND TO COVER *154.175* [TAC9-C134]. 6:21a.m.
U/D W/F WINDHAM NH 25 FISH RD A HOUSE FIRE I/C REPORTS COMPANIES MAKING GOOD PROGRESS FIRE IS KNOCKED DOWN HOLDING ALL COMPANIES FOR EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL PWH [TAC9-C134]. 6:32a.m.
ACW BROCKTON MA 25 TREMONT ST OIC REPORTS A SMALL FIRE ON THE FRONT PORCH K/D ALL COMPANIES ENGAGED IN OVERHAUL PWH *154.31* [TAC9-C134]. 6:39a.m.
2ND ALARM CHESTER NH ON ARRIVAL 617 HAVERHILL RD A STRUCTURE FIRE *154.13* C134 [TAC9-C135]. 9:49a.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM CHESTER NH 617 HAVERHILL RD 2.5-STORY WDFR HOUSE HEAVY FIRE FLOOR 2 KNOCKED DOWN CHECKING FOR EXTENSION OPENING THE ROOF *154.13/458.60* C134 [TAC9-C135]. 10:17a.m.
MVA CHARLESTOWN RI ROUTE 1 AND KINGS FACTORY RD-A MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT-1 1045 C2 FEMALE WITH LOWER EXTREMITY INJURIES-LIFE STAR HELO NOW ON SCENE *46.50/46.28 [TAC9-C09]. 2:07p.m.
2ND ALARM BOW NH OLD FERRY RD A BRUSH FIRE WITH EXPOSURES THREATENED *154.355/154.235* C158/C101 [TAC9-C135]. 2:52p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM BOW NH GARVIN FALLS RD/RTE 3A AREA MULTIPLE BRUSH FIRES ALONG THE RAILROAD TRACKS FROM NORTH BOW INTO SOUTH CONCORD (U/C) BOW STILL ACW C642/C158/C101 [TAC9-C135]. 3:24p.m.
MVA (MOTORCYCLE) HOLDERNESS NH ON RTE 175 REQUEST FOR (2 ) HELOS AT LEAST 1 HAS AN EXTENDED ETA GROUND TRANSPORT TO SPEARE HOSPITAL IN PLYMOUTH *159.90* C158 [TAC9-C135]. 4:22p.m.
MVA WRENTHAM, MA: FRANKLIN AND MAY ST. REQUEST FOR MEDFLIGHT TO THE SCENE. L/Z WILL BE KING PHILLIP HIGH SCHOOL. *453.2625* (C16) [TAC9-C51]. 5:31p.m.
2ND ALARM ONSET MA 3095 CRANBERRY HIGHWAY. STRUCTURE FIRE. *33.70* C147/C44 [TAC9-C33]. 6:41
U/D 2ND ALARM ONSET MA 3095 CRANBERRY HIGHWAY. STRUCTURE FIRE WITH HEAVY FIRE SHOWING *33.70* C147/C44/C67 [TAC9-C33]. 6:47p.m.
MVA MERIDEN CT WEST MAIN ST & CHAMBERLAIN HWY 2 CAR MVA (1 ON ITS SIDE) DRIVER TRAPPED NOW EXTRICATED *154.13* C55 [TAC9-C33]. 7:58p.m.
W/F WEST HAVEN, CT 80 CLAUDIA DRIVE FIRE IN A 4 STORY OMD. COMPANIES K/D THE FIRE. *453.800* C176 [TAC9-C101]. 8:14p.m.
W/F GLASTONBURY, CT 1796 MAIN STREET FIRE ON FLOOR 2 OF A 2 STORY WOOD FRAME STRUCTURE POSSIBLY A BEDROOM FIRE. CT156 [TAC9-C101]. 8:34p.m.
ACW HULL MA 6 FRONT STREET-FIRE IN KITCHEN IN 1.5-STY WDFRM *154.265* [TAC9-C67]. 9:13p.m.
W/F HULL MA BOX-434 6 FRONT STREET-FIRE IN 1.5-STY WDFRM-KITCHEN AREA M/A FOR COVERAGE C135 *154.265* [TAC9-C67]. 9:15p.m.
U/D W/F HULL MA BOX-434 6 FRONT STREET-OIC REPORTS 2-LINES OPERATING ACW C135/124/167 *154.265* [TAC9-C67]. 9:22p.m.
U/D W/F HULL MA BOX-434 6 FRONT STREET-OIC REPORTS FIRE K/D-CHECKING FOR EXTENSION C135/124/167/867 *154.265* [TAC9-C67]. 9:34p.m.
W/F NEW BEDFORD, MA: ON LIBERTY ST. OIC REPORTS HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING FROM A STRUCTURE. COMPANIES LAYING LINES. *470.5125* [TAC9-C51]. 10:01p.m.
W/F FRAMINGHAM MA 56 HOLLIS STREET REPORTED BASEMENT FIRE IN A UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE EMS REQUESTED ACW *483.7625* C51/C47 [TAC9-C20]. 10:32p.m.
U/D W/F FRAMINGHAM MA 56 HOLLIS STREET REPORTED FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A 1-STORY TAXPAYER 2-LINES STRETCHED AND OPERATING C-2 REPORTS FIRE KNOCKED DOWN *483.7625* C51/C47/C302/RI20 [TAC9-C20]. 10:40p.m.
U/D W/F FRAMINGHAM MA 56 HOLLIS STREET FIRE IN THE BASEMENT W/EXTENTION TO THE WALLS CO'S REPORT HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING CO'S OPENING UP ACW FIRE NOW DWH *483.7625/159.570* C47/ O/S C933/C51/C302/RI20 C51/C320/C933/RI20 [TAC9-C20]. 11:21p.m.
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YORK CO VA: STRUCTURE FIRE, 114 BEECHWOOD LN LOT 1, YORK CO SIGNAL 4 O/S STATING FLAMES SHOWING FROM A MOBILE HOME. ALSO ATTEMPTING TO EXT. ENG/MED 2, ENG 1, RESQ 1, BN 1. (VFN78). 2:49a.m.
YORK CO. VA: U/D STRUCTURE FIRE, 114 BEECHWOOD LN, ENG 2 O/S, OPS ON CH.3, ENG 1 HAS HYDRANT, ENG 2 HAS FIRE K/D (VFN78). 2:51a.m.
YORK CO. VA: U/D STRUCTURE FIRE, 114 BEECHWOOD LN, LAFB ENG 6 ENROUTE MUTUAL AID, ENG 2 HAS ALL CLEAR, NO EXT, CMD RELEASING ALL CO 1 AND LAFB EQUIP. *FINAL* (VFN78). 2:57a.m.
YORK CO. VA: UNK TYPE INCIDENT, GOODWIN NECK RD., BN 1 HAS CMD, MEDIC 6 ENROUTE TO MIH W/2 PT, MEDIC 1 O/S W/ 1 PT, ALSO ENROUTE TO MIH. NFI ATT. WILL ADVISE FURTHER (VFN78). 3:43a.m.
YORK CO. VA: U/D UNK TYPE INCIDENT, CORRECT ADDRESS WILL BE 2201 GOODWIN NECK RD (GIANT REFINERY), ENG 6 O/S ADVIS. NEED ADD'L MEDIC UNIT. MEDIC 1 (VFN78). 3:46a.m.
HAVOVER COUNTY, VA: MVA - CAR INTO TREE WITH TWO TRAPPED. FIRE COMPANIES 8 (MONTPEILER) AND 9 (ROCKVILLE) WITH ASHLAND AND WEST HANOVER VRS WORKING. (VFN103). 9:37a.m.
(U/D) HANOVER CO, VA (MONTPELIER): MVA W/TRAP - LOCATION IS BETHANY CHURCH RD @ TAYLORS LANDING RD. ENG-8 O/S ADVISING DASH ROLL NEEDED, BOTH PTS CONSCIOUS & TALKING. Co.9 REQ FOR ADD'L HURST TOOL. OPS ON TAC 6/800 (103) (VFN102). 9:43a.m.
(U/D) HANOVER CO, VA (MONTPELIER): MVA W/TRAP - BETHANY CHURCH RD @ TAYLORS LANDING RD. COMMAND REPORTS BOTH PATIENT FREED, CANCELLING Co.9 UNITS (103) (VFN102). 9:52a.m.
(U/D) HANOVER CO, VA (MONTPELIER): MVA W/TRAP - BETHANY CHURCH RD @ TAYLORS LANDING RD. BOTH PATIENTS PACKAGED FOR NON-EMERGENCY TRANSPORT TO MEDICAL COLLEGE of VA . FINAL (103) (VFN102). 10:00a.m.
HAMPTON, VA: W/F 260 REGENT ST APT C. HEAVY SMOKE FROM 2 STY APT COMPLEX, FIRE NOW REPORTED OUT. 1 PT TRANSPORTED TO SENTARA CAREPLEX, POSS FATALITY (44vm) (VFN102). 1:09p.m.
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Sunday, July 27, 2003
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U/D ASBURY PARK, NJ (MONMOUTH) *W/F* 701 MAIN ST FIRE WAS IN THE BASEMENT OF A 2 STY 100 X 150 MULT USE COMM BLDG, (1) FF TRANSPORTED TO JSUMC UNKNOWN EXTENT OF INJ'S - EANSTAFF/ EAN27. 12:42a.m.
RUNNEMEDE (CAMDEN) NJ **2ND-ALARM** EQV ON W3RD AVR. 2 VACANT DWELLING HEAVILY INVOLVED O/A. BULK OF FIRE K/D ON BOTH. NOTH HOMES NEW CONSTRUCTION. EXT M/A O/S EAN3305 O/S EAN3305. 2:54a.m.
LOWER MACUNGIE TWP (LEHIGH) PA. *WORKING FIRE* BOX 30-10. SHEPARD HILL ROAD. FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BLDG. 9912/ EAN318. 3:12a.m.
U/D LOWER MACUNGIE TWP (LEHIGH) PA. *WORKING FIRE* BOX 30-10. 5280 HAMILTON BLDG. FIRE IN THE SHEPARD HILLS OFFICE BLDG. EAN9912/ EAN318. 3:16a.m.
BROOKLYN,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 1046 @ 415 LEFFERTS AVE. BATT ?? HAS FIRE ON THE 5TH FLR OF A 6STY MD. 1 L/S/O AMD PRI. SRCH'ES ARE UNDERWAY. FIRE IS DWH. EAN90. 3:23a.m.
BROOKLYN,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 1046 @ 415 LEFFERTS AVE. BATT 41 RPT'S PRI. SRCH'ES ARE NEG. A 10-45 CODE 2 (LIFE THREATENING) HAS BEEN TRANSMITTED AS WELL. FIRE IS DWH. EAN318/ EAN90. 3:25a.m.
*FINAL* BROOKLYN,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 1046 @ 415 LEFFERTS AVE. BATT 41 RPT'S SEC. SRCH'ES ARE NEG AND FIRE IS NOW U/C. EAN318/ EAN90. 3:36a.m.
BRONX NY, **ALL HANDS** BOX-2980 417 3RD AVE. 2ND FL FIRE IN A 4STY 75x75 CLASS 3 MULTIPLE DWELLING. S/C AN ADD 1 AND 1. 2 LINES WORKING. DWH. EAN301. 3:41a.m.
BRONX,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 2980 @ 4170 3RD AVE. BATT 18 HAS FIRE ON THE 2ND FLR OF A 4 STY 75x75 CLASS 3 OMD. 2 L/S/O AND SRCH'ES ARE UNDERWAY. BATT 18 HAS RQST'ES AN ADD. ENG/TRK TO THE BOX. FIRE IS DWH. EAN318/ EAN90. 3:51a.m.
U/D BRONX,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 2980 @ 4170 3RD AVE. DIV 7 RPT'S THAT THE MAIN BODY OF FIRE HAS BEEN K/D. PRI. SRCH'ES ARE NEG. FIRE IS STILL DWH. EAN90. 3:56a.m.
U/D BRONX,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 2980 @ 4170 3RD AVE. DIV 7 RPT'S SecondARY SRCH'ES ARE UNDERWAY. FIRE IS PWH. EAN318/ EAN90. 4:08a.m.
*FINAL* BRONX,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 2980 @ 4170 3RD AVE. DIV 7 HAS PLACED THE FIRE U/C. EAN318/ EAN90. 4:17a.m.
EAST RUTHERFORD (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** 343 MURRY HILL PARKWAY COMM'L BLDG FIRE WALLINGTON REQ FOR THE FAST TEAM EAN388. 9:59a.m.
U/D EAST RUTHERFORD (BERGEN) **2ND ALARM** 343 MURRY HILL PARKWAY COMM'L BLDG FIRE 2ND ALARM COMPANIES REQ TO THE SCENE EAN388. 10:05a.m.
EAST ORANGE NJ (ESSEX) W/F @ 48 SHEPARD AVE. OFF CENTRAL AVE. FIRST ENG. ON SCN. REPORTS A FIRE N.F.I. EAN503/77/15 EAN305. 2:06p.m.
LAKEWOOD,NJ (OCEAN) *W/F* ???? RIVER AVE. PAID MAN ADVISING A W/F IN A COMM. BUILDING. PAID MAN RQST'ING ADDITIONAL 2 STATIONS TO ASSIST. FIRE MARSHALLS OFFICE IS RESPONDING. EAN540/ EAN90. 4:58p.m.
U/D LAKEWOOD TWSP,NJ CMD HAS A FIRE IN A CONVIENCE STORE IN A 1 STY TAXPAYER. 1 L/S/O AND MEMBERS ARE VEBTILATING STRUCTURE. NJ275/ EAN90. 5:10p.m.
QUEEN,NY *2ND ALARM* BOX 7165 @ ??? 27 ST. BATT 45 HAS HVY FIRE IN A 1 STY 50X100 TAXPAYER. FIRE IS DWH. NJ275/EAN69-5/ EAN90. 5:18p.m.
QUEENS,NY *3RD ALARM* BOX4165 @ 41-26 27 ST. DIV 14 RPT,S HVY FIRE IN A 1 STY TAXPAYER. T/L'S ARE GOING INTO OPS AND MEMBERD ARE BEING WITHDRAWN FROM THE BUILDING. FIRE IS DWH. NJ275/ EAN90. 5:54p.m.
CLINTON TOWN NJ (HUNTERDON) W/F ON LEIGH ST. CAR FIRE EXT. INTO A GARAGE EAN305. 6:37p.m.
UNION TWP PA (BERKS) DYERS QUARRY IN FRENCH CREEK STATE PARK OFF OF PA RT 345 **DROWNING** DIVE UNITS FROM CHESTER AND BERKS COUNTIES OPERATING FOR THE BODY RECOVERY. EAN 23. 6:51p.m.
MANHATTAN NY *10-77 HI RISE FIRE* BOX 877 @ 424 E.52ND ST. FIRE IN THE KITCHEN OF APT 10A OF A 12 STY BRICK 100X200 OMD. PRI & SEC SCHS ARE (-). CO'S USING FANS TO EVACUATE REMAINING SMOKE. FIRE IS PWH EAN90- EAN503. 7:48p.m.
WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC) **TRANSFORMER FIRE** HAMBURG TRPK & VALLEY RD. CO'S HAVE A TRANSFORMER EXPLOSION W/FIRE. F/D REPORTING A TRANSFORMER EXPLOSION W/WIRES DOWN. REQ PSEG ON A RUSH. AREA BEING EVAC'D. VALLEY RD IS CLOSED EAN28/36 EAN503. 9:27p.m.
U/D WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** VALLEY RD & HAMBURG TRPK. F/D HAS A TRANSFORMER FIRE W/WIRES DOWN. PSEG CREWS REQSTED ON A RUSH. CO'S HAVE LARGE EMBERS AND HAVE SET UP PRECAUTIONARY LINES FOR EXPOSURES. RAMAPO SHOPPING PLAZA IS NOW BEING EVACUATED. 1 BLDG HAS ELDERLY PEOPLE THAT IS ON EMGCY PWR S/C EMS FOR ELDERLY. EAN28/36/ EAN503. 9:33p.m.
U/D WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** HAMBURG TPK & VALLEY RD. F/D HAVE A TRANSFORMER FIRE W/SMALL BRUSH. CO'S HAVE M/A FOR COMPANIES 4 & 5 COVERAGE. CMD POST SET UP @ RAMAPO SHOPPING CENTER. 28/36 EAN503. 9:41p.m.
U/D WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** HAMBURG TPK & VALLEY RD. F/D REPORTING THEY STILL HAVE HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS AND A HVY EMBER CONDITION. CO'S HAVE LINES IN OPERATION ON NEARBY ROOFS. PSEG JUST ARRIVING O/S FIELD COMM SET UP I/O. PCSD O/S ENROUTE W/BUS TO TRANSPORT EVAC'D SENIORS. EAN28-36-808 EAN503. 9:49p.m.
U/D WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE/EMS MOBILIZATION** HAMBURG TPK & VALLEY RD. REQ LARGE AREA EMS MOBILIZATION (FROM BERGEN & PASSAIC CO'S) TO COMMAND POST (RAMAPO VALLEY SHOPPING CENTER) FOR EVACUATED SENIOR CITIZENS. EAN28-36-808-111 EAN503. 9:57p.m.
U/D WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE/EMS MOBILIZATION** HAMBURG TPK & VALLEY RD. F/D REPORTING AN ADDITIONAL TRANSFORMER JUST EXPLODED. UNITS ADVISED TO USE CAUTION. SEVERAL SHERIFF UNITS O/S ASSISTING W/EVAC'S AND ROAD CLOSURES. EANSTAFF/ EAN503. 10:03p.m.
U/D WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC) **2ND ALM EQUIV** HAMBURG TPK & VALLEY RD. CO'S REPORTING A SMOKE CONDITION IN 2ND FLOOR OF "COLDWELL BANKER" BLDG. CO'S FORCING ENTRY. PSEG O/S ATTEMPTING TO SHUT ENTIRE GRID DOWN. M/A FOR STAITON COVERAGE. EAN415/503 EAN503. 10:12p.m.
U/D WAYNE NJ (PASSAIC) **2ND ALARM EQUIV** HAMBURG TPK & VALLEY RD. PSEG HAS THE GRID SHUT DOWN. F/D HAVE NUMEROUS WATER CURTAINS IN OPERATION. NUMEROUS PD ALSO O/S ASSISTING WITH TRAFFIC EAN322/205 O/S 415/ EAN503. 10:23p.m.
CLIFFSIDE PARK NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** LAFAYETTE AVE nr ANDERSON. FIRE IN BASEMENT OF A PVY DWLG. EAN415-685- EAN503. 10:24p.m.
U/D CLIFFSIDE PARK NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** 301 LAFAYETTE AVE nr ANDERSON. ELECTRICAL FIRE IN BASEMENT OF A DWLG. 1 L/S/O FIRE IS NOW K/D. EAN415-685- EAN503. 10:32p.m.
CHATHAM NJ (MORRIS) W/F 185 HILLSIDE AVE. FIRE IN THE GARAGE EAN305. 11:41p.m.
CHATHAM NJ (MORRIS) U/D *W/F* 185 HILLSIDE AVE. CROSS STREET LAFAYETTE PL. FIRE IN THE GARAGE CMD. CALLING A SIGNAL-11 *EAN-305* EAN305. 11:49p.m.
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Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.
Sunday, July 27, 2003
All Times Eastern Time
TORONTO (CANADA) Report:
W/F TORONTO 1655 DUPONT ST VICEROY RUBBER 4BR FACTORY XTRA ENG & HAZ PWH TFN332 1 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:08a.m.
MISSISSAUGA ONT W/F 844 MELTON DR HVY FIRE GARAGE O/A B/O P106 S/C 2 ADD'T'L COS (A101, A110) *PEEL 2* TFN328 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 3:02p.m.
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Incidents from KCFN - CIFN - STLFN
(Illinois, Missouri & Kansas)
-compiled by Jamie Joyce
Sunday, July 27, 2003
All times are in Central Time
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a 1st Alarm for a fire in a house at 5534 Greer. They have a 1-story frame with heavy fire and are assuming a defensive mode. Squad-2 was disregarded by BC805. PUMPERS: 24, 13, 26, 12, 28, HL 15, BC 805 and 806, SQUAD-2 /STL819. 2:17a.m.
STLFN: MOLINE, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): Moline FPD has a 1st alarm for a fire in an apartment at 2153 Nemnich. The fire is under control. No sizeup given but an EMS unit was requested. /STL819 2:23 am
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD 1st alarm house fire at 5534 Greer. BC 805 reports he is using 2 aerials on the fire. /STL819 2:30 am
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's 1st alarm house fire at 5534 Greer. B/o BC 805 strike-out the 1st alarm. /STL819 2:39 am
CIFN-MVA-DELAYED: INGRAHAM, IL (CLAY CO): In area of Deterich Blacktop/ 2 vehicle MVA with entrapment/ Clay City FD/ Flora Rescue onscene with 2 CCH ambulances/ 2 children and 1 adult transported via ambulance/ 1 adult transported by Air Evac/ CIFN*2 2:52 am
CIFN-FIRE: DENNISON, IL (RURAL LAWRENCE CO): Dennison FD has requested M/A from Allendale Fire Dept of (Wabash Co) for a pumper and tanker to Dennison Station #1/ No address for call given/ CIFN*2 3:48 am
CIFN-FIRE: HERSCHER (KANKAKEE CO IL): Fully involved barn 8000 W 1000 S Limestone and Salina M/A Units report heavy flames seen from 1/2 mile away CIFN*140 3:59 am
KANSAS CITY, MO: Working fire at 26th Street and Wabash. Fire 1st floor of a 2 story apartment building, fire now under control. 2 lines used. Car102 P17 P18 R31 R11 T2 T5 [KCFN-02] 5:57 am
STLFN: WELLSTON, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): Mid County FPD has a 2nd alarm house fire at 6433 Hobart. The original report was for a fire on the porch. /STL819 1:29 pm
STLFN: WELLSTON (ST. LOUIS CO.), MO: U/D - Mid County FPD's 2nd alarm house fire at 6433 Hobart. Command reports all firefighter's accounted for. Fire thru the roof at 6429 Hobart. No size-up heard. [STl899] 2:03 pm
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD and Haz-Mat Task Force in area of Pevely Dairy, Grand and Chouteau for an ammonia leak. Ammonia detected for several blocks. STLPD called to close area. [STL899] 3:51 pm
STLFN: JENNINGS (ST. LOUIS CO.), MO: Jennings FD *1st alarm* in the 5700 block of Helen. Heavy smoke from a house. 1 line off and a supply line laid. (HL) [STL899] 4:41 pm
CIFN-MVA (DELAYED) LOUISVILLE IL (CLAY): 800 N 500 E/ MVA with extrication/ Area of Clay Co. Speedway/ Deputy onscene request rescue to expidite. CIFN*1 (H/L CIFN*2) 7:43 pm
STLFN: UNIVERSITY CITY (ST. LOUIS CO.), MO: University City FD has a *1st alarm* at 7050 Plymouth. Smoke/flames visible from the basement of a structure. [STL899] 8:06 pm
CIFN-FIRE: SPRINGFIELD (SANGAMON) IL: General alarm at 3133 Carmen Ave for the structure fire. Batt 2 onscene with a single story structure Heavy smoke showing. S/C ambulance for the report of a civilian still inside. [CIFN-3] 11:29 pm
CIFN-FIRE (U/D): SPRINGFIELD (SANGAMON) IL: General alarm at 3133 Carmen Ave Primary search recovered 1 civilian Ambulance crew is now treating, S/C fire investigator and utilities. Batt. 2 Engines 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, and Trucks 2, 3 are working. Fire is now under control. [CIFN-3] 11:42 pm
Sunday, July 27, 2003
(All times Eastern Standard)
INDIANAPOLIS, IN: 1146 S. RANDOLPH (2) 2 STY HOUSES. 1 GOING GOOD ON ARRIVAL, WITH COMMUNICATION INTO THE 2ND. GOING DEFENSIVE ATT. USING 4E, 2L. [INDY-12]. 5:41 AM
INDY U/D: ROOF IS IN ON MAIN HOUSE. GOING OFFENSIVE IN EXPOSURE. HVY FIRE ON 2ND FLR & GETTING INTO ATTIC. EG11 WORKING TOWARD 2ND FLR VIA STAIRCASE. [INDY-12]. 5:47 AM
AVON, IN 354 GREAT LAKES WRKG APT BLDG. M/A WAYNE TWP AER885 LAD884 [INDY-12]. 6:06 PM
New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
as dispatched over the Metro Notification System
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2003
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
STATEN ISLAND: 7-5-2654 -ALL-HANDS- @ ISABELLA AV & CLAWSON ST. 2 STY PVT DWLG. FIRE TOP FLR - HOUSE POSS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. P/W/H * MNS-2
QUEENS: 7-5-5925 EDGEWOOD ST X 149 AVE, FIRE IN A CAR BTWN 2 CARS, N/S/U. MNS-154
QUEENS: 7-5-6893 aof 121-52 233 ST @ 121 AVE 2 STY WDFRAME 20 x 40 PD FIRE 1st FL 2 LINES RUN L-133 FAST BN-54 I/C [MNS-30*IAP]
QUEENS: 7-5-7052 54-35 69 LANE 3 STY 20 X 50 OMD FIRE 3RD FL FOOD ON STOVE EXT / TO WALL 1 LINE RUN BN-28 [MNS-30*IAP]
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-6893 AOF 121-57 233 ST @ 121 AVE 2 STY WDFRM 20 X 40 PD FIRE 1ST FL S/C TK BARS ON WINDOWS 1ST FL REQUEST EMS AIDED WITH SMK DIV-13 ENRTE BN-54 I/C [MNS-30*IAP]
FINAL QUEENS: 7-5-7052 AOF 54-35 69 LA @ GRAND AVE CORR TO 2 STY 20 X 50 PD FIRE 2ND FL REAR ON STOVE EXT / TO WALL ALL FIRE K/D FIRE U/C BN-28 [MNS-30*IAP]
FINAL QUEENS: 7-5-6893 AOF 121-57 233 ST @ 121 AVE 2 STY WDFRM 20 X 40 FIRE 1ST FL S/C TK ALL FIRE K/D PRI SCH NEG FIRE IS PWH DIV-13 I/C [MNS-30*IAP]
MANHATTAN: W/F BOX 736 36 ST @ 1 AVE SNK ROOF OF BLDG [MNS-30]
MANHATTAN: 7-5-736 AOF 630 1 AVE @ E 36 ST FIRE ROOF OF A HEALTH CLUB BN-6 I/C [MNS-30]
U/D MANHATTAN: 7-5-736 AOF 630 1ST AVE @ E 36 ST FIRE ROOF HEALTH CLUB NO SIZE UP FIRE K/D PERSONS SELF EVAC'ING BLDG DWH BN-6 [MNS-30]
U/D MANHATTAN: 7-5-736 AOF 630 1ST AVE @ E 36 ST FIRE ROOF OF BLDG S/C E / TK DIV-3 I/C [MNS-30]
FINAL MANHATTAN: 7-5-736 AOF 630 1 AVE @ E 36 ST FIRE ROOF HEALTH CLUB NO SIZE UP ALL VIS FIRE K/D FIRE PWH DIV-3 I/C [MNS-30]
BROOKLYN: 7-5-3361 2105 OCEAN PKWAY FIRE 2 STY 20 X 40 2 LINES RUN [MNS-30]
FINAL BROOKLYN: 7-5-3361 AOF 2105 OCEAN PKWAY @ AVE U 2 STY 20 X 40 FIRE 2ND FL ALL FIRE K/D PRI NEG PWH BN-33 [MNS-30]
MANHATTAN: +FDNY MVA+ LADDER 24 INVOLVED / PARK AV & E 34 ST / 2 FF'S BEING IMMOBILIZED / 4 OTHERS BEING EVALUATED AND WILL PROBABLY RMA / 1 CIVILIAN WITH A MINOR INJURY ALSO / MNS-3
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Indy Fire Log For 7-27-03
05:26: Indianapolis: 1145 S Randolph: E3 O/S with two 2 story residences "Going Good" BC 14 Hitting the Box
16:32: Indianapolis: 2538 W Washington St: E18 O/S with a 2 stroy wood frame bldg with smoke showing
17:59: Hendricks County, Avon: 354 Great Lakes Circle: Avon Creek Apts: AFD O/S with a 2 story apt bldg w/ fire showing req multi mutual aid> M/A Wayne Twp Arl-885 L-884 TSU-885
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Cincinnati firehouses are a monument to those brave "everyday heroes" who work in the fire service. Each firehouse demonstrates a commitment from the City of Cincinnati to provide the very best in public service to protect people and property. In addition, as a group, the firehouses are an architectural treasure, many designed by noted local architects responsible for the Queen City's important civic buildings.
Beautifully bound, A Guide To Cincinnati's Historic Firehouses is 104 pages, a 9 x 12 inch collector's edition, with approximately one third of the pages color, plus black and white and color photographs by the talented photographer Charlie Brooks. We are so pleased to offer this book during 2003, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Cincinnati Fire Department.
This is you exclusive opportunity for pre-publication purchase of this most comprehensive, historically accurate and interesting guide to Cincinnati firehouses. A royalty on each book will be received by the Cincinnati Fire Museum to help forward our mission to preserve and exhibit the history of firefighting in Greater Cincinnati. Since 1980 the Museum has been open to the public on Court Street, Downtown, near City Hall in the restored historic Engine House #45. Our mission, to preserve Cincinnati's proud firefighting heritage, also includes exhibits and education programs on the latest techniques in fire prevention and safety for children, families, older people and those most at risk for death or injury in a fire. each year thousands of schoolchildren tour the Museum and learn empowerment skills to be used when threatened by fire or accident.
You will enjoy this book over and over again as the chronicle of the proud history of the firehouses of the Cincinnati Fire Department. I encourage you to order your advance copy today and help support the future programs of the Cincinnati Fire Museum.
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This commemorative edition is available only while production is under way. All copies pre-ordered will contain "Commemorative 150th Anniversary Edition" on the cover and dust jacket and contain a personal note from Charlie Brooks, to enhance its collective value. The book is scheduled to ship by December of 2003. M.T. Publishing Company take the utmost pride in producing their books. High-quality, glossy paper is used for superior photo reproduction. Books will be wrapped in a color dust jacket. You may have your name or the name of a lucky recipient embossed on the cover - $6.00 per book for name embossing. Just fill out the order form.
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