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National Paged Incidents
-compiled by Jamie Joyce
Monday, July 28, 2003
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MT OLIVE NJ (MORRIS): 2nd alarm large trash fire Goldmine Rd at the Morris County Trash Transfer Station Structure involved Numerous M/A on scene. One injured firefighter transported to Dover Hospital by Roxbury CO-2 Possibly 2nd firefighter injured? EAN-305 11:34 am
SPRING VALLEY NY (ROCKLAND COUNTY): *2nd alarm* 67 Second Ave near Lawrence St Structure fire M/A 3 towns operating onscene Additional M/A for cover operations. On Channel 3 46.480 MNS12* 2:51 pm
QUEENS, NY: 22-6538 *2nd alarm* address of 87-30 167 St x Highland/Hillside Aves. Fire on 2nd floor and attic of a 2.5 story 30x40 private dwelling. D13 S/C 1-engine and 2-trucks prior to the 2nd alarm. No special units required [MNS342/085] 4:40 pm
FINAL U/D QUEENS NY: 22-6538 *2nd alarm* address of 87-30 167 St Highland/Hillside Aves. Fire on 2nd floor and attic of a 2.5 story 30x40 private dwelling. D13 reports fire P/W/H. Trucks opening up [MNS342/085] 4:49 pm
2ND ALARM GLOUCESTER MA: On Stewart Ave A building fire M/A to cover *154.160* [TAC9-C135] 6:53 pm
CARTERET, NJ (MIDDLESEX): **2nd alarm** Roosevelt and Pershing Heavy fire in a large OMD Ladder pipes in operation. EAN44/EAN388 8:04 pm
U/D CARTERET, NJ (MIDDLESEX): **3rd alarm** Roosevelt and Pershing Heavy fire in a large OMD Most of Woodbridge Twsp to the scene Requesting 3 ladder's to the scene for ladder pipe operation. EAN44/EAN388 8:16 pm
COOL SPRINGS, NC (IREDELL): ***LODD*** Firefighter Randy Jones died of injuries sustained in single vehicle MVA while responding in his POV to an unknown type building fire. He was ejected and later died enroute to Baptist Trauma. Funeral arrangements pending. God bless our fallen brother [CFP577/700*803] 8:49 pm
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ: **2nd-alarm** CAR 3 reports 2005 Arlington St Heavy fire thru out a 2 story vacant EOR. Fire is possibly contained. EAN3305 3390 9:39 pm
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ U/D: **2nd-alarm** CAR 3 reports 2005 Arlington St Heavy fire thru out a 2 story vacant EOR. Fire is knocked down in B&B1 exposure's Fire contained in original building. Additional engine co to scene. PWH ATT EAN3390/21/05 9:43 pm
PRAIRIE TWP (COLUMBUS OH): *2nd alarm equivalent* 800 Rome-Hilliard Rd. Fully involved greenhouse. Heavy fire conditions. M/A from Colonels, Norwich Twp and Franklin Twp. FPO/221/D284 9:53 pm
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ U/D: **2nd-alarm** 2005 Arlington St. Fire is under control ATT. EANSTAFF. 10:31 pm
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Hartford VFD (Licking): W/F 235 Granville St. Heavy fire in a house. M/A from Monroe Twp FD & West Licking JFD. FPO/D284 ©
Jeffersonville Twp FD (Fayette): W/F 2136 Brock Rd. Sta 500, Sqd 1. M/A BMP Joint Fire Dist. Sta 400, & Range Twp FD Tank 341. FPO/D223 ©
Orange Twp FD (Delaware): MVA/TRAUMA US 23 & Orange Rd. Cos: Eng 321, 361, Med 361, 321, EMS 462, BN 361. Car vs pole. FPO/D276 ©
Orange Twp FD (Delaware): MVA/TRAUMA US 23 & Orange Rd. Add Med 101 & 3 to the card. 4 victims. FPO/D276 ©
Liberty Twp FD (Delaware): W/F 353 Longmeadow Ct. Cos: Eng 321, 361, Lad 321, DelCo Med 3, BN 320, EMS 462. Quick K/D of fire in a house. FPO/276/D703 ©
Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): W/F 800 Hilliard-Rome Rd & Huffman's Greenhouse. FPO/221/D284 ©
Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): W/F 800 Hilliard-Rome Rd & Huffman's Greenhouse. Cos: Eng 26, 192, 241, 17, 81, TL 26, 81, Lad 12, Res17cuE, Med 26, 82, EMS 15, BN 5, 1, 80. FPO/221/D284 ©
Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): 2nd Alarm Equiv 800 Hilliard-Rome Rd & Huffman's Greenhouse. Companies having water problems. going to Apt complex for water. Add Eng 31, 12, 82, 243, Chief 240, SO 2 to the card. FPO/221/D284 ©
Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): 2nd Alarm Equiv 800 Hilliard-Rome Rd & Huffman's Greenhouse. Still heavy fire conditions. Trying to set up water supply. Add Lad 240 and Air 241 to the card. FPO/221/D284 ©
Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): 2nd Alarm Equiv 800 Hilliard-Rome Rd & Huffman's Greenhouse. Box 15 Canteen S/C'd and enroute. FPO/221/D284 ©
Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): 2nd Alarm Equiv 800 Hilliard-Rome Rd & Huffman's Greenhouse. Fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/221/D284 ©
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TAC-9 RADIO & PAGING INCIDENT REPORT:
(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).
Monday, July 28, 2003
All Times Eastern Time
U/D W/F+ FRAMINGHAM MA 36 HOLLIS STREET CORR LOC FIRE IN THE BASEMENT W/EXTENTION TO THE WALLS. OF A 1-STORY TAXPAYER C2 REPORTS FIRE KNOCKED DOWN CO'S OVERHAULING PWH *483.7625* C47/C933 O/S C51/C302/RI20 [TAC9-C20]. 12:09a.m.
ACW CAMBRIDGE, MA. BOX 15 119 FIRST STREET. THE PETCO STORE HEAVY SMOKE CONDITION IN THE STORE. *800/154.355* C171 [TAC9-C101]. 9:04a.m.
W/F JOHNSTON RI 12 JOYCE ST OFF MILL ST FIRE IN DUCTWORK S/C CRANSTON LADDER. *154.175* C85 [TAC9-C201]. 9:55a.m.
MVA STODDARD NH ROUTE-9(FRANKLIN PIERCE HWY) & ROUTE-123. MUTUAL AID JAWS REQUESTED FROM HILLSBOROUGH, ALSO ANTRIM ENGINE, KEENE RESCUE & PARAMEDIC *154.430* C10/C642 [TAC9-C201]. 10:00a.m.
U/D MVA STODDARD, NH ROUTE 9 WITH ENTRAPMENT 2 SETS OF JAWS WORKING. M/A ENGINE FROM HANCOCK TO SET UP A L/Z FOR THE DHART HELO. *154.430/453.0125* C10, C642, C201 [TAC9-C101]. 10:18a.m.
HAZ/MAT BEVERLY, MA. THE YMCA ON ESSEX STREET AN UNKNOWN SUBSTANCE EMS TREATING 1 PERSON FOR INHALATION REQ. FOR HAZ/MAT TEAM BUILDING BEING EVACUATED. *482.4375* C134 [TAC9-C101]. 10:59a.m.
W/F HARTFORD CT 39 CEDAR ST-3 STORY OCCUPIED MUTLIPLE DWELLING-FIRE ON THE TOP FLOOR-CHECKING FOR EXTENSION INTO THE ROOF *154.310* [TAC9-C09]. 11:54a.m.
ACW MANCHESTER CT (EIGHTH DISTRICT) 68 CONGRESS ST BRUSH FIRE EXTENDED TO A GARAGE *856.7125* C55 [TAC9-C135]. 3:12p.m.
W/F NEW BRITAIN CT 72 SMALLEY ST 2.5-STORY WOOD FRAME HOUSE FIRE ON FLOOR 1 EXTENDED UP CT19 [TAC9-C135]. 4:19p.m.
MVA CUMBERLAND, ME. ON GOOSE POND ROAD CAR VS. PEDESTRIAN. OIC REPORTS 1 10-45 C1 ON SCENE REQ. FOR PHOTO RECON. *154.010* C220 [TAC9-C101]. 5:37p.m.
U/D MVA CUMBERLAND, ME GOOSE POND ROAD AT FOREST LAKE ROAD. CAR VS. PEDESTRIAN CUMBERLAND RESCUE 1 TRANSPORTING A TRAUMATIC ARREST TO THE MAINE MEDICAL CENTER IN PORTLAND MSP PHOTO RECON UNIT REQ. *154.010* C220 [TAC9-C101]. 5:49p.m.
MVA SCARBORO, ME INTERSTATE 95 SOUTH BOUND AT MILE 39 A ROLLOVER WITH 2 10-45 C2'S AND 1 10-45 C3 ALL EJECTED. REQUEST FOR A MEDIC UNIT FROM PORTLAND TO THE SCENE. MSP PHOTO RECON RESPONDING. *154.130* C220 [TAC9-C101]. 6:12p.m.
MVA/PEDESTRIAN BELLINGHAM MA ON PEARL STREET BY THE PEARL STREET BY THE MILL REPORTED 1-1045-C2++/CHILD ADD MANPOWER REQUESTED TO SCENE *483.3875* [TAC9-C20]. 7:49p.m.
2ND ALARM GLOUCESTER MA ON STEWART AVE A BUILDING FIRE M/A TO COVER *154.16* [TAC9-C135]. 7:52p.m.
U/D MVA/PEDESTRIAN STRUCK BELLINGHAM MA PEARL STREET BY THE MILL I/C REPORTS BFD/R-1/ALS TRANSPORTING TO THE MILFORD HOSPITAL 1-1045-C2++/10 Y/O MALE PT W/SEVERE HEAD TRAUMA/CPR IN PROGRESS SCENE HELD *483.3875* [TAC9-C20]. 8:04p.m.
MVA SUTTON, MA: ON MENDON ST. ROLLOVER WITH A FEMALE TRAPPED. JAWS GOING TO WORK. *33.48* (RI20/C319). [TAC9-C51]. 9:48p.m.
ACW QUINCY MA BOX-4113 87 SUOMI ROAD-CO'S REPORT SMOKE SHOWING FROM A STRUCTURE-CO'S CHARGING LINES C519 *483.537* [TAC9-C67]. 10:26p.m.
W/F QUINCY MA BOX-4113 87 SUOMI ROAD-CO'S REPORT SMOKE SHOWING FROM A STRUCTURE C519/257 *483.537* [TAC9-C67]. 10:28p.m.
ACW BROOKLINE MA FOR 22 HIGHT ST FIRE IN A HIGH RISE FIRE ON FLOOR 3 IN A TRASH SHUTE *483.4375* (RI20/C519* [TAC9-C319]. 10:32p.m.
U/D ACW BROOKLINE MA FOR 22 HIGHT ST FIRE IN A HIGH RISE OIC RERPORTS THE FIRE KNOCKED DOWN PWH (RI20/C519) *483.4375* [TAC9-C319]. 10:35p.m.
U/D W/F QUINCY MA BOX-4113 87 SUOMI ROAD-FIRE IN 2.5-STY WDFRM-FIRE ON 2ND FLOOR EXTENDING UP TO ATTIC C519/257 *483.537* [TAC9-C67]. 10:42p.m.
U/D W/F QUINCY MA BOX-4113 87 SUOMI ROAD-OIC REPORTS FIRE K/D-CO'S OVERHAULING C519/257 *483.537* [TAC9-C67]. 10:53p.m.
MVA GARDNER, ME. ON OLD BRUNSWICK ROAD OFF ROUTE 201 WITH JAWS USED LIFEFLIGHT HELO IS AT THE L/Z. MSP PHOTO RECON REQ. *154.250/453.650* C220 [TAC9-C101]. 11:15p.m.
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Monday, July 28, 2003
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SUFFOLK, VA: INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT W/TRAP 7001 COLLEGE DR. PERSON TRAPPED UNDER A FORK LIFT. NOW EXTRICATED, UNITS CLEARING ATT. HANDLED BY CHESAPEAKE ENG & LAD-12, SUFFOLK MEDIC-25, BATT-2C (VFN175). 8:17a.m.
NORFOLK, VA*MVA W/ TRAP* @ GATES AVE & HAMPTON BL. 1 PT TRAPPED, ELDERLY FEMALE IN CAR AGAINST BLDG. 05/116 (VFN117). 4:26p.m.
NORTHUMBERLAND CO, VA (FAIRFIELDS): W/F 529 PINECREST RD IN "PINECREST ACRES" POV O/S FLAMES SHOWING FROM ROOF OF GARAGE. REPORTED AS ATTIC FIRE FROM LIGHTNING STRIKE. 2 ENGS & 1 TKR ENROUTE ATT. MON 156.210 (VFN102). 9:10p.m.
(U/D) NORTHUMBERLAND CO, VA (FAIRFIELDS): W/F 529 PINECREST RD - "PINECREST ACRES" COMMAND REPORTS FIRE OUT, REQ FOR POWER COMPANY. LANCASTER CO (KILMARNOCK VFD) ASSISTING. ALL VEHICLES EVAC'D PRIOR TO FD ARRV'L (VFN102). 9:25p.m.
(EAN) Emergency Action Network
Monday, July 28, 2003
All times Eastern Time
NORTH BERGEN (HUDSON) ** WORKING TRUCK FIRE ** EXTENDING INTO A HOME ON 69TH STREET - EAN299. 3:50a.m.
NORTH BERGEN (HUDSON) U/D - COMMAND REPORTS TWO LINES ON THE FIRE AT THIS TIME AND LINES ON THE BUILDING WHICH IS A 2 TWO ORD CONSTRUCTION - EAN299. 3:53a.m.
CITY OF LONG BRANCH,NJ (MONMOUTH) *2ND ALARM FIRE* 7th AVE / JOLINE AVE. CMD O/S CONFIRMING A W/F IN A UNOCCUPIED PRIVATE DWELLING. EAN90. 3:58a.m.
LONG BRANCH (MONMOUTH) ** WORKING FIRE ** SECOND ALARM STRUCK - JOLINE & 7TH AVENUE - EAN299. 3:59a.m.
U/D LONG BRANCH,NJ *2ND ALARM* CMD HAS HVY FIRE IN A UNOCCUPIED PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A TO THE SCENE AND FOR COVERAGE INTO THE CITY. EAN299/EAN216/ EAN90. 4:12a.m.
BRONX,NY *ALL-HANDS* BOX 3815 @ ??? E. 222 ST. DIV. 7 HAD FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF A 5 STY OCC 75x75 OMD. 1 L/S/O, ALL SRCH'ES ARE NEG, AND FIRE IS K/D. FIRE IS NOW U/C. EAN299/ EAN90. 4:48a.m.
WEST HAVERSTRAW NY, (ROCKLAND) **WORKING FIRE** 239 EAST RAILROAD AVE. BASEMENT FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE OCCUPANCY. PD REQUESTING EMS AND MEDICS FOR UNK REASON. EAN301. 7:01a.m.
U/D WEST HAVERSTRAW NY, (ROCKLAND) **2ND ALARM** 39 EAST RAILROAD AVE. 3 DEPTS M/A TO THE SCENE FOR MANPOWER. BASEMENT FIRE IN A DWELLING. EAN301. 7:11a.m.
BRONX NY, **ALL HANDS** BOX-3144 DECATUR AVE AND EAST 204TH ST. TOP FL FIRE IN A 5BRK 75X100 O.M.D. 1 LINE WORKING, 2ND BEING STRETCHED. DWH. EAN301. 9:16a.m.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY (WESTCHESTER) *STRUCTURE FIRE* 47 EMANNUEL PL, FIRE IN A HOUSING COMPLEX, FD O/S WORKING. EAN49. 9:48a.m.
*U/D* NEW ROCHELLE, NY (WESTCHESTER) *STRUCTURE FIRE* 47 EMANNUEL PL, FIRE IS K/D COMPANIES OPENING UP & CHECKING FOR EXTENTION. EAN49. 9:53a.m.
MT OLIVE NJ (MORRIS) *LARGE TRASH FIRE* GOLDMINE RD AT THE MORRIS COUNTY TRASH TRANSFER STATION. M/A DEPTS RESPONDING W/TANKERS & ENGINES. UNKWN SIZE AREA ON FIRE. 9930/EAN15/ EAN26. 10:23a.m.
YONKERS, NY (WESTCHESTER) *HAZ-MAT* 144 OAK ST, SMELL OF OIL OR DIESIL FUEL IN THE BUILDING, ENG 306 O/S REQ'D RESCUE TO SCENE. EAN49. 11:24a.m.
MT OLIVE NJ (MORRIS) U/D *LARGE TRASH FIRE* GOLDMINE RD AT THE MORRIS COUNTY TRASH TRANSFER STATION. ONE INJURED FIREFIGHTER BEING TRANS/ TO DOVER HOSP. BY ROXBURY CO-2 POSS. 2ND FF. INJ? EAN15/EAN26 / EAN305. 12:12p.m.
MT OLIVE NJ (MORRIS) 2ND ALM LARGE TRASH FIRE GOLDMINE RD AT THE MORRIS COUNTY TRASH TRANSFER STATION STRUCTURE INVOLVED NUM/ M/A ON SCN. ONE INJURED FIREFIGHTER TRANS TO DOVER HOSP. BY ROXBURY CO-2 POSS. 2ND FF. INJ? EAN15/EAN26 / EAN305. 12:33p.m.
ROXBURY, NJ (MORRIS) *W/F* LAKESIDE BLVD THE LAUNDRYMAT IN THE PATHMARK PLAZA UNITS O/S CALLING W/F. FPTF. EAN26 TO SCENE / EAN26. 2:50p.m.
JERSEY CITY (HUDSON) NJ. *WORKING FIRE* 40 JONES STREET (BOX 573). BATT 4 CHIEF O'REILLY REPORTS AN APARTMENT FIRE ON THE 4TH FLOOR OF A 4 STORY CLASS 3 (ORDINARY CONSTRUCTION) OMD. EAN9910/ EAN318. 3:16p.m.
U/D JERSEY CITY (HUDSON) NJ. *WORKING FIRE* 40 JONES STREET (BOX 573). DIV 1 CHIEF SINNOTT REPORTS FIRE K/D, COMPANIES CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. ALL SEARCHES ARE NEGATIVE. EMS TREATING 1 INJURED CIVILIAN. EAN800/9910/ EAN318. 3:24p.m.
MANHATTAN NY *BURN VICTIM* BOX 581 @ 532 W.18TH ST. F/D O/S WITH A SMALL FLAREUP FIRE FROM A WORKER USING FLOOR SEALER. F/D HAVE 1 MAN REMOVED W/SERIOUS BURNS. EAN503. 3:42p.m.
ROXBURY (ROCKLAND) **WORKING FIRE** 67 2ND AVE FIRE IN APT 2 E M/A FROM DEPT 19 TO THE SCENE EAN141/415 EAN3311. 3:51p.m.
LAKEWOOD,NJ (OCEAN) *GENERAL ALARM* TOWNWIDE. PAID MAN RQST'ING A GENERALALARM TO BE STRUCK FOR REPORTS OF NUMEROUS SMOKE IN BUILDING CALLS. THIS IS DUE TO A SOME TYPE OF POWER PROBLEM. EAN216/ EAN90. 4:47p.m.
U/D LAKEWOOD TWSP,NJ PAID MAN HAS NUMEROUS SMOKE CONDITIONS THRU TOWN AS WELL AS A BRUSH FIRE IN AREA OF CEDAR BRIDGE RD. RQST FOR BRUSH TRK AND TANKER FOR TE FIRE. M/A FROM JACKSON IS NOW RQST'ED. EAN27/EAN216/ EAN90. 4:59p.m.
QUEENS,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 6538 @ 87-30 167 ST. BATT 50 HAS FIRE IN THE ATTIC OF A 2.5 STY PD. 1 L/S/O AND ANOTHER IS BEING STRETCHED. FIRE IS DWH. EAN90. 5:22p.m.
U/D QUEENS,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 6538 @ 87-30 167 ST. BATT 50 RPT'S THAT HE NOW HAS FIRE ON THE 2ND FLR AS WELL AS THE ATTIC. 2 L/S/O AND FIRE IS STILL DWH. EAN90. 5:33p.m.
IRVINGTON, NY (WESTCHESTER) *STRUCTURE FIRE* IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, FD O/S. EAN49. 5:33p.m.
U/D LAKEWOOD TWSP,NJ FD STILL RESPONDING TO NUMEROUS CALLS FOR ELETRICAL PROBLEMS THRU-OUT THE TOWNSHIP. PROBLEM IS BEING CAUSED BY A LARGE TRANSMISSION WIRE DOWN IN AREA OF CEDAR BRIDGE RD. EAN27/EAN216/ EAN90. 5:33p.m.
U/D QUEENS,NY *2nd ALARM* BOX 6538 @ 87-30 167 ST. Div 13 RPT'S THAT HE STILL HAS HVY FIRE IN THE ATTIC AND 2ND FLR. FIRE IS DWH. EAN90. 5:41p.m.
CARTERET (MIDDLESEX) **2ND ALARM** ROOSEVELT AND PERSHING HVY FIRE IN A LARGE OMD LADDER PIPES IN OPER. EAN44/ EAN388. 8:58p.m.
BRONX,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 2261 @ 90 AVE & ST JOHNS PL. DIV 6 RPT'S HE HAD FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF A 6 STY 200X200X150 OMD. PRI. SRCH'ES ARE NEG AND FIRE IS K/D. FIRE IS PWH. EAN503/ EAN90. 9:00p.m.
U/D BRONX,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 2261 @ 90 AVE & ST JOHNS PL. DIV 6 RPT'S THAT THE SEC. SRCH'ES ARE NEG FIRE IS NOW U/C. EAN503/ EAN90. 9:05p.m.
U/D CARTERET, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **3RD ALARM** ROOSEVELT AND PERSHING HVY FIRE IN A LARGE OMD MOST OF WOODBRIDGE TWSP TO THE SCENE REQ 3 LADDER'S TO THE SCENE FOR LADDER PIPE OPER. EAN44/ EAN388. 9:15p.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ *ALL-HANDS* JEFFERSON ST & ARLINGTON ST. 2STY VACANT HVY FIRE. ALL CO'S GOING TO WORK. EAN3305. 10:06p.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ *ALL-HANDS* U/D 2005 ARLINGTON ST. BATT 1 RPTS HVY FIRE IN A 2STY EOR. EXTENDING. CO'S GOING TO THE ROOF. STILL DWH. EAN090 3321 EAN3305. 10:14p.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ **2ND-ALARM** 2005 ARLINGTON ST. B/C 1 RPTS HVY FIRE IN A 2STY EOR. EXTENDING. CO'S GOING TO THE ROOF. STILL DWH. EAN090 3321/05 EAN3305. 10:17p.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ U/D **2ND-ALARM** CAR 3 RPTS 2005 ARLINGTON ST HVY FIRE THRU OUT A 2STY VACANT EOR. FIRE IS POSS CONTAINED. DWH3305 3390 EAN3305. 10:40p.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ U/D **2ND-ALARM** CAR 3 RPTS 2005 ARLINGTON ST HVY FIRE THRU OUT A 2STY VACANT EOR. FIRE IS K/D IN B&B1 EXP'S FIRE CONTAINED IN ORIGINAL BLDG. ADDT ENG CO TO SCENE. PWH ATT 3390/21/05. 10:44p.m.
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP. NJ /MIDDLESEX/ 35 RACE TRACK ROAD **WORKING FIRE** GENERAL ALARM FOR A FIRE IN A SCHOOL EAN51. 10:54p.m.
CAMDEN CITY (CAMDEN) NJ U/D **2ND-ALARM** 2005 ARLINGTON ST. FIRE IS U/C ATT. EANSTAFF. 11:32p.m.
CARTERET NJ (MIDD) FINAL - 3RD ALARM + - ROOSEVELT & PERSHING....FIRE IS UNDER CONTROL...M/A STARTING TO BE RELEASED AT THIS TIME...FIRE INVOLVED A 3 STORY APARTMENT OVER COMM. W/EXPOSURES..STAFF/ EAN44. 11:53p.m.
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Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.
Monday, July 28, 2003
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TORONTO (CANADA) Report:
MARKHAM. W/F 71 GLEN CAMERON RD. FIRE IN REAR OF UNK TYPE STRUCTURE NOW K/D. PWH TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:59p.m.
VAUGHAN-619 CREDITSTONE RD. W/F IN A RAILWAY CAR WITHIN A BLDG. TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:40p.m.
HAMILTON OVERNIGHT W/F 14 COMO PL 2 HOUSES DESTROYED 1 DAMAGED SUSPECTED ARSON DT 03:00 (TFN475) (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:08a.m.
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Incidents from KCFN - CIFN - STLFN
(Illinois, Missouri & Kansas)
-compiled by Jamie Joyce
Monday, July 28, 2003
All times are in Central Time
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working still alarm for a fire in a house at 7322 Virginia. Pumper 23 reports a fire on the 2nd floor of a 2 story frame 1 line off. Pumpers 23 24 4 HL 4 and BC 804 /STL819 1:34 am
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's working still alarm at 7322 Virginia. BC 804 reports the fire is under control. /STL819 1:42 am
STLFN: (OVERNITE: 0250HRS) ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD had a *1st alarm* at McMillan and Walton. Heavy fire in a 2-story/4-family flat. At least 2 lines off. Aerial operations. [STL899] 7:14 am
STLFN: FENTON (ST. LOUIS CO.), MO: Fenton FPD *1st alarm* fire at Sonic Drive-In, 100 Gravois Bluffs Circle. Commercial building with smoke showing. 1 line off. Building has been evacuated. [STL899] 8:59 am
STLFN: FENTON (ST. LOUIS CO.), MO: U/D - Fenton FPD's *1st alarm* fire at Sonic Drive-In, 100 Gravois Bluffs Circle. Command reports trash can fire in restroom. Checking for extension - PWH. [STl899] 9:05 am
STLFN (1100HRS): EAST ST. LOIUS (ST. CLAIR CO.), IL: ESTLFD Co's 425 and 424 had a working fire at 3101 Bond. Heavy smoke from a 2-story brick building. Fire 2nd floor bedrooms. Co. 425 with 1.75" line off. Fire knocked down in 1 hr. 1 hr working time. [STL997(HL)/899] 2:24 pm
STLFN: MOLINE ACRES MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): 1st alarm apartment fire at 2006 Vallette x Ventura. Fire in Apartment 1 - Flames showing on arrival. One line off. 4610 4910 4210 3020 3712. [STL810] 4:16 pm
STLFN: U/D - MOLINE ACRES MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): 1st alarm apartment fire at 2006 Vallette x Ventura. Fire in Apartment 1. Command reports fire has been extinguished. Co's checking for extensions and overhauling. [STL810] 4:28 pm
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working still alarm for a fire in a garage at 4371 Itaska. Pumper 36 reports a garage fully involved 1 line off. Pumpers 36 19 4 HL 4 and BC 804 /STL819 10:15 pm
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's working still alarm garage fire at 4371 Itaska. BC 804 reports fire is under control. Companies will be picking up. Ameren U/E requested at the scene. /STL819 10:30 pm
New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
as dispatched over the Metro Notification System
THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2003
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
QUEENS: 7-5-7872 aof 35-55 73 ST X 45 AVE, FIRE ON THE 3RD FLR OF A 6 STY 75 X 100, 1 L/S/O, PEOPLE COMING DOWN THE FIRE ESCAPE. MNS-154
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-7872 aof 35-55 73 ST X 35 AVE, FIRE ON THE 3RD FLR OF A 6 STY 75 X 100, MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D, PRI SCH NEG. MNS-154
QUEENS: 7-5-1424 ROCKAWAY BCH BLVD & BCH 137 ST. ELECTRICAL FIRE IN BSMT OF A VCA UNDER CONST BLDG . BLDG IS A 2 FL PVT DWG. RETURN ALL SPEC UNITS. MNS -88- 09:03
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-1424 aof 140 BEACH 137 ST x ROCKAWAY BEACH BLVD . B-47 REQ A RUSH ON LIPA . FIRE EXTENDED FROM ELECTRIC PANEL TO ELECTRIC WIRES ON WALL. USING 2E & 2T. [MNS-88/085]
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-1424 aof 140 BEACH 137 ST x ROCKAWAY BEACH BLVD. B-47 RPTs GOING DOWN TO 1E & 1T. FIRE IS U/C & LIPA IS O/S [MNS085]
QUEENS: 7-5-3119 AOF 60-37 WEATHEROLE ST x WOODHAVEN BLVD / ELIOT AVE (NEAR LIE), FIRE 2nd FL OF A 2.5 STY FRAME 25 x 40. HEAVY FIRE COND. ONLY 1 ENG ON SCENE BUT A/H'S ON ARRIVAL B/O B-46 L-154 FAST
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-3119 AOF 60-37 WEATHEROLE ST x WOODHAVEN BLVD / ELIOT AVE (NEAR LIE), FIRE 2nd FL OF A 2.5 STY FRAME 25 x 40. D-14 REPORTS 2 LINES S/O. PRI IS COMPLETE & NEG. FIRE IS PWH [MNS342]
BROOKLYN: W/F BOX 3951 @ BEDFORD AV & ST.MARKS AV. BLDG FIRE . L-111 / FAST * MNS-2
BROOKLYN: 7-5-3951 -ALL-HANDS- @ BEDFORD AV & ST.MARKS AV . 4 STY FRM 25 x 40 OCCUPIED BLDG. BATT-57 RPTs FIRE #1 FLR REAR. D/W/H * MNS-2
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-3951 @ BEDFORD AV & ST.MARKS AV . 4 STY FRM 25 x 40. FIRE #1 FLR. DIV-11 RPTs MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D. PRI/SCH FLRs 2,3 & 4 NEGATIVE. SEC. SCHs IN PROGRESS FIRE FLR. D/W/H * MNS-2
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-3951 @ BEDFORD AV & ST.MARKS AV. 4 STY FRM 25 x 40. FIRE #1 FLR. DIV-11 RPTs ALL SCHs NOW NEGATIVE. P/W/H * MNS-2
QUEENS: 7-5-8975 aof 122-13 149 AVE x 122 PL / 122 ST . FIRE IN BASEMENT OF A 2 STY FRAME 20 x 40. B-51 RPTs PRIM SRCH NEG. FIRE P/W/H. NO SPECIAL UNITS. L-173 FAST [MNS085]
MANHATTAN: 7-5-1086 aof 230 W 79 ST x AMSTERDAM AVE / BROADWAY. FIRE ON THE 11th FL OF A 12 STY BK OMD. B-11 REPORTS ALL VIS FIRE IS K/D, RETURN ALL SPECIAL UNITS. FIRE IS PWH [MNS342]
BROOKLYN: 7-5-804 aof 370 CORNELIA ST x WYCOFF / IRVING. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A 2 BK 25 x 60. 2 LINES STETCHED, 1 IN OPER. L-135 FAST [MNS342]
BROOKLYN: 7-5-804 aof 370 CORNELIA. FIRE 1st FL OF A 2 STY BK 25 x 60. 2 LINES RUN, 1 IN OPER. TKS OPENING UP. DWH. B-28 I/C [MNS085]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-804 aof 370 CORNELIA ST x WYCOFF / IRVING. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A 2 BK 25 x 60. B-28 REPORTS FIRE IS K/D & U/C [MNS342]
BROOKLYN: 7-5-1605 @ CROWN ST & UTICA AVE. FIRE 5th FL HALLWAY OF A 6 STY 80 x 80 OMD. 2 LINES RUN. DWH. L-120 FAST. B-38 I/C [MNS085]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-1605 aof 836 CROWN ST x UTICA AVE. 6 STY 80 x 80 OMD. FIRE IN 5th FL HALLWAY. NUM REPORTS OF PEOPLE TRAPPED & A POSSIBLE INVALID. EXTRA ENG ASSIGNED. B-38 I/C REQ EMS & PD FOR CROWD CONTROL [MNS085]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-1605 aof 836 CROWN ST x UTICA AVE / FORD ST. FIRE 5th FL OF A 6BK 50 x 50 OMD. D-15 RPTs FIRE U/C. REQ ADDITIONAL EMS FOR CIVILIANS & PD FOR CROWD CONTROL [MNS085]
FRIDAY, JULY 25, 2003
BRONX: 7-5-2797 aof 1575 GRAND CONCOURSE. SEARCHES NEG & FIRE U/C. D-7 I/C. NFI [MNS085]
STATEN ISLAND: W/F BOX 531, 97 SANFORD PL X SLOSSON AVE, BC-22 REPORTS USING 2 & 2 FOR A FIRE IN THE ATTIC & CHIMNEY OF A 2.5 STRY 25X40 P/D. FIRE IS U/C. MNS432/250/85
BROOKLYN: W/F BOX 1675, AOF 295 STONE AVE X LIBERTY AVE, BC-44 REPORTS FIRE TOP FLR OF A 2 STRY VACANT P/D, 1 L/S/O, FIRE IS DWH. MNS432/250/085
BROOKLYN: 7-5-1675 -ALL-HANDS- @ LIBERTY AV & GASTON BLVD. 2 STY FRM (POSS-VACANT) BLDG. FIRE TOP FLR. L-176/FAST. D/W/H * MNS-2
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-1675, 295 STONE AVE X LIBERTY AVE, BC-44 REPORTS MIAN BODY OF FIRE EXT, SRCHS ARE NEG, FIRE IS PWH. 10-41 CODE 4 (SUSP FIRE IN VACANT). MNS432/250/085/2
BRONX: 7-5-4244 GILLESPIE & DUDLEY AVES. B-20 REPORTS FIRE ON THE TOP FL OF A 2 STY FRAME 75 x 50 PRI DWG. 2 LINES S/O. ALL VIS FIRE IS EXT & FIRE IS PWH [MNS342]
QUEENS: 7-5-7940 aof 82-18 BRITTON AVE x BROADWAY. ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER FIRE IN STREET WITH EXTENSION TO A 6 BK 100 x 100 OMD. B-46 REPORTS 2 LINES S/O. L-154 FAST [MNS342]
U/D QUEENS: 7-5-7940 aof 82-18 BRITTON AVE x BROADWAY / LAYTON ST. ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER FIRE IN STREET WITH EXT TO A 6 BK 100 x 100 OMD. B-46 RPTS 2 LINES S/O. PRIMARY NEG, HAVE SMOKE COND ON LOWER FLRS, STILL AWAITING CON ED [MNS342]
BROOKLYN: 7-5-928 aof 1521 FULTON ST x THROOP AVE. FIRE IN A 1 BK LAUNDROMAT 20 x 60.
L-112 FAST [MNS342]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-928 aof 1521 FULTON ST x THROOP AVE. FIRE IN A 1 BK LAUNDROMAT 20 x 60. FIRE IS K/D. PRIMARY SEARCHES ARE NEG [MNS342]
MANHATTAN: 10-77-654 [10-77 HIGH RISE RES. ASSIGN] Aof 345 8TH AVE X W 26 / W 27 STS. FIRE ON THE 12TH FL OF A 22 BK 150 X 150 PROJECT TYPE OMD. B-7 REPORTS 1 LINE BEING STRETCHED. [MNS342 IAP]
MANHATTAN: 10-77-654 [10-77 HIGH RISE RES. ASSIGN] Aof 345 8TH AVE X W 26 / W 27 STS. FIRE POSS ON THE 12TH FL OF A PROJECT TYPE OMD B/O E-3. L-7 FAST / E-14 CFRD / B-2 SAFETY CORD. [MNS342 IAP]
U/D MANHATTAN: 10-77-654 [10-77 HIGH RISE RES. ASSIGN] Aof 345 8TH AVE X W 26 / W 27 STS. FIRE ON THE 12TH FL OF A 22 BK 150 X 150 PROJECT TYPE OMD. D-1 REPTS ALL VIS FIRE IS K/D. SEARCHES ARE NEG. FIRE IS U/C. [MNS 516/342 IAP]
BROOKLYN: 7-5-2658 aof 628 60 ST x 4 / 3 AVES. FIRE TOP FL OF 3 STY BRICK 25 x 40 BROWNSTONE. 1 LINE S/O, 2nd BEING STRETCHED. TKS OPENING UP. FIRE IS D/W/H. L-148 FAST.
B-40 I/C USING A/H ON ARRIVAL [MNS-2/085]
U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-2658 CORRECTED aof 328 60 ST x 4 / 3 AVES. FIRE TOP FL OF 3 STY BRICK 25 x 40 BROWNSTONE. B-40 RPTs MAIN BODY FIRE K/D & P/W/H. PRIM SRCH NEG. [MNS-2/085]
BROOKLYN: 7-5-3287 -ALL-HANDS* aof 3030 OCEAN AV nr VOORHIES AV. CAR FIRE IN A GARAGE. FIRE U/C AT TIME OF SIGNAL 7-5 * MNS-2
QUEENS: 7-5-6213 AOF 22-06 146 ST @ 22 AVE A GARAGE ATT / 2 STY WDFRM 20 X 40 L-130 FAST 1 LINE RUN N/S/U PWH WITH AHH HANDS BN-52 I/C [MNS-30*IAP]
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Queens, N. Y. 07/27/03 @ 17:00 hrs.
Long Island City area
address: 41 - 26 27th. Street
between: 41st. Ave. & Queens Boro Plaza
7165 @ 16:52
Engs. 260, 258, 259
Lads. 116, 115
10 - 75 - 7165 @ 16:55
Ladder 128 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #4
Squad Co. #288
Batt. 49 Division 14
Special Call an additional Engine & Towerladder. Eng. 325 & Towerladder 163 s/c
Batt. 45 reports, Transmitt a 2nd. Alarm, We have a large 1 story Commercial Bldg. that's well involved.
2 - 2 - 7165 @ 17:00
Engs. 238, 263, 292
Eng. 324 / Satalite 4
Batt. 46 "Safety Cord."
Batt. 35 "Comm. Cord."
Special Operations Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 / Tac. Support Unit #1
Car 6 "adam" City Wide Tour Commander
1 Story Brick 60 x 150 Commercial
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 2 Story Commercial 150 x 100
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Alley
Exp. #4: Is a 1 Story Commercial 20 x 100
Special Call an additional TowerLadder. TowerLadder 117 is s/c
3 - 3 - 7165 @ 17:25
Engs. 312, 307, 212, 8
Batt. 8 "Staging Cord."
@ 17:35 Batt. 8 was reassigned as the "Safety Cord." & Batt. 46 was assign "Staging Cord."
Fieldcom 1 reports: We have ( 3 ) Towerladders in operation. ( 1 ) additional TowerLadder is being set - up. ( 2 ) Hand - lines stretched, ( 1 ) line operating from the roof of Exp. #2 side. ( 1 ) line operating from the roof of the Exp. #4 side. All units have been removed from the bldg. The Exp. #1 wall has developed cracks in the wall. Setting up a collaspe zone. Searches are being delayed due the possible collaspe condition of the Exp. #1 wall. Fire is Doubtful Will Hold.
Fieldcom 1: We have ( 4 ) Towerladders in operation. ( 2 ) hand - lines stretched & in operation. We have a partial collaspe of the roof of the fire bldg. on the Exp. #1, #3, & #4 sides. Special call ( 2 ) additional Trucks. Fire remains Doubtful.
Ladders 16 & 154 are s/c
Fieldcom 1: At the 3rd. Alarm, Box 7165, We have collaspe of the roof of the Fire Bldg. Searches are delayed, Fire is Still Doubtful.
Fieldcom 1: At the 3rd. alarm, Box 7165, Conditions remain unchanged at this time. This is an exterior operation. We are effecting relief to all members. fire remains Doubtful.
Fieldcom 1: At the 3rd. Alarm, Box 7165, Car 6 "adam" City Wide Tour Commander, Fire is UnderControl. Special Call an additional Engine & Towerladder for relief " K "
Engine 295 & Towerladder 142 are s/c
Batt. 53 was s/c as a relief Batt. Chief.
Caught this job my last nite in N. J.
Carteret, N. J. 07/28/03 @ 21:30 hrs.
Roosevelt Ave. & Pershing Ave.
Sockler's Furniture Store ( Vacant )
1st. Alarm @ 21:30 aprox.
Carteret Eng. 3 - 3, 3 - 4
Truck 3 - 25
2nd. Alarm @ 21:35 aprox. on arrival.
Portreading Eng. 2 - 2
Avenel Eng. 5 - 4
Woodbridge Truck 1 - 25
Colonia Truck 12 - 22 designated "FAST" Truck
3rd. Alarm @ 21:55
Iselin Eng. 11 - 2
Colonial Eng. 12 - 2
Fords. Eng. 7 - 2
Keasbey Truck 4 - 24
Hopelawn Rescue #8 / Air & Light unit
( 1 ) Engine from Perth Amboy & ( 1 ) Engine from Sayreville, ( Melrose ) for station coverage at Carteret Fire HQ.
2 . 5 Story Frame 25 x 40 with a 1 story 25 x 50 rear set - back
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Street
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Alleyway
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach
@ 22:30 hrs.
At the heifght of the fire, ( 2 ) TowerLadders in operation, ( 1 ) ladder pipe in operation. ( 3 ) hand - lines stretched & in operation. This is an Exterior operation. Fire is on the 2nd. floor and attic & thru the roof of the fire bldg. Fire extended to the 2nd. floor & attic & thru the roof of Exp. #4.
@ 23:00 hrs.
Fire was UnderControl.
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