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National Paged Incidents
-compiled by Jamie Joyce

Sunday, August 24, 2003
(Central Time Zone)

TORONTO CANADA: 3rd alarm 131 Campbell Ave. Several house well involved with exposure problems DWH TFN302 [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9] 4:34 am

2ND ALARM KEENE, NH: 63 Castle Street - Structure fire - Companies report heavy smoke showing - M/A enroute. *154.430* C101/C301 [TAC9-C461] 10:00 am

LEMONT, IL (COOK): A 2nd alarm on Box 9-04 for the flammable liquid storage tank fire at "Eagan Marine" on Canal Bank Rd. Tanker shuttle and foam operations in progress. [CHGO-24/14+](c). 10:16a.m.

HARFORD CO, MD: *Fatal* plane crash and fire / 2300 block Rocks Rd / Co#3 - Belair (Forest Hill) / Antique Mig jet fighter crashed and burned after clipping roof of house and trees / *Pilot DOA*. (L/L*TS onscene) DC/BMD/E*23 12:21 pm

VALE, OREGON: **Multi-LODD** 15 miles west of Vale. 8 firefighter's killed in head-on MVA with a tractor trailer. All under age 23. All based with first strike environment fighting wildfires in Idaho and Montana [CFP731*803] 5:31 pm

VALE, OREGON: 8 Wildland Firefighters were killed this morning when their van hit a semi and burst into flames. /KGW-TV/ MNN-001. 5:48p.m.

BURTON, SC (BEAUFORT): *2nd alarm* 123 Club Dr. 2-story wood frame apartment building with 1-unit involved 2nd floor 2-1.75 lines stretched out with 200' 5" supply. TIC used. E5 E3 E2 801-Roundtree-IC. M/A Beaufort E12 E11 T1 R1 C1 BCEMS 30 firefighter's onscene [CFP841*803] 6:05 pm

ST.PETERS (ST.CHARLES Co.), MO: CENTRAL COUNTY FPD *2nd Alarm on Thistle Ct. x Heather. 2-story house fully involved. Move-ups made. [(HL)STL557/899] [STLFN]. 6:06p.m.

NORTH MERRICK NY [NASSAU]: *2nd alarm equivalent* Horatio Ave x State St. Heavy fire in a 2 story private dwelling with possible extension to an exposure. M/A 4 depts. to fire [MNS342] 10:59 pm

NORTH MERRICK LI (NASSUA) **2nd Alarm fire** @ Horatio & State St. M/A Engine to scene from Merrick. EAN465/503 [EAN]. 11:08p.m.


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Columbus Division of Fire: 2nd Alarm East Mound St & Gilbert St. FPO/D284 ©

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Columbus Division of Fire: 2nd Alarm East Mound St & Gilbert St. 1st Alm Cos: Eng 3, 2, 8, TL 2, Lad 8, Res2cuE, Med 2, BN 1, 4. RIC: Eng 15, EMS 11, Med 8, SO 2. 2nd Alm Cos: Eng 1, 9, 14, Lad 15, 1, Res4cuE, Med 15, BN 6, 5. FPO/221/D284 ©

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Genoa Twp FD (Delaware): W/F 5481 Worthington Rd. Cos: Eng 441, 442, 113, Lad 361, DelCo Med 7, Tank 451, 441, EMS 461, BN 441. Eng 441 sent on investigation, found fully involved house. FPO/D276 ©

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Columbus Division of Fire: 2nd Alarm East Mound St & Gilbert St. Heavy damage to a 2 sty double with exposure damage. BN 1 reports fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/260*/221/D284 ©

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Genoa Twp FD (Delaware): W/F 5481 Worthington Rd. Reported gas tank storage in building. Calling for evacuation of building. FPO/276/260/D284 ©

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Genoa Twp FD (Delaware): W/F 5481 Worthington Rd. RIC: Eng 111. BN 441 reports fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/260*/276*/D284 ©

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Warren FD (Trumbull): (Delayed from 1300) MVA/PIN North Park & Douglas. Motorcycle T-Bone vs car with 1 pinned. Cos: Res1cuE, Eng 5. FPO/256/D703 ©

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Oakwood FD (Cuyahoga): Extra Company MVA I-271 NB 1/2 Mile South of Broadway. 2 Car MVA with heavy damage. Cos: Eng 4, Sqd 2. M/A Macedonia FD Sqd 2212, Util 2216, Bedford Division of Fire Sqd 17. FPO/D703 ©

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Beloit FD (Mahoning): MVA/PIN. Unknown location. UH MedEvac # 8 S/C'd. Return to St Elizabeth's Hospital. FPO/726/D802 ©

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Dayton FD: W/F 250 Park Dr. Fire in dryer in a 2 sty brk nursing home. 1 victim. Cos: Eng 11, 2, 10, Lad 2, 11, Med 15, East DC, Fire Investigator. Smoke damage throughout 1st floor. FPO/257/D703 ©

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Middlefield FD (Geauga): MVA/PIN. Unknown location. Car off roadway with 16 year old female pinned. Positive LOC. MLF # 2 S/C'd. FPO/D703 ©

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Middlefield FD (Geauga): MVA/PIN. Unknown location. Extrication complete. Female victim, GCS 13. Return to Metro via MLF # 2. FPO/D703 ©

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Portage County: Haz-Mat Incident @ Portage County Sheriffs Office. Portage County Haz Mat Team Techs enroute. FPO/D265 ©

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Cleveland FD: W/F East 129 & Edmonton. Vacant house fire. Cos: Eng 30, 31, Lad 30, 31, Squad 3, & BN 6. FPO/D700 ©

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Portage County: Haz-Mat Incident @ Portage County Sheriffs Office. Mantua Shalersville FD, Streetsboro FD, Ravenna Twp FD & Community EMS all working. NFI ATT. FPO/D265 ©


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

MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR F.D.N.Y.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 2003

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 01:30
BROOKLYN: 7-5-733 Aof 149 WILSON AVE X HART ST. FIRE 1ST FL OF A 4 BK 25 X 60 OMD. 2 LINES STRETCHED, 1 IN OPER. L-108 FAST [MNS342 IAP]

@ 04:06
BROOKLYN: W/F BOX 2442 Aof 1169 FLATBUSH AVE X DORCHESTER RD. FIRE IN A STORE ON 1ST FL OF AN OMD. EX TK S/C DUE TO CALLS. L-174 FAST MA

@ 04:10
BROOKLYN: 7-5-2442 Aof 1169 FLATBUSH AVE X DORCHESTER RD. FIRE IN A STORE ON 1ST FL OF A 4 BK 25 X 75 OMD. EX TK S/C. L-174 FAST [MNS342 IAP]

@ 04:15
BROOKLYN: 7-5-60 @ GREENPOINT AVE X PROVOST ST. ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER FIRE IN A
4 BK FACTORY. L-146 FAST. [MNS342 IAP]

@ 04:15
BROOKLYN: 7-5-2442 Aof 1169 FLATBUSH AVE X DORCHESTER RD. FIRE IN A STORE ON 1ST FL OF A 4 BK 25 X 75 OMD. ALL VIS FIRE IS K/D. FIRE IS PWH [MNS342 IAP]

@ 04:34
BROOKLYN: 7-5-60 Aof 276 GREENPOINT AVE X PROVOST ST. ELECTRICAL FIRE IN A 4 BK 220 X 140 FACTORY. 2 LINES STRETCHED, 1 SUPPLYING SPRINKLER OTHER STANDING FAST. HIGH CO READINGS, CHECKING EXP BLDG. AWAITING CON ED [MNS342 IAP]

@ 05:48
BROOKLYN: 7-5-60 Aof 276 GREENPOINT AVE X PROVOST ST. ELECTRICAL FIRE IN A 4 BK 220 X 140 FACTORY. CON ED HAS SHUT POWER, FIRE IS U/C [MNS342 IAP]

@ 10:00
MANHATTAN: **DRILL** 10-76 DRILL AT BOX 8181, UNITED NATIONS BLDG @ EAST 42 ST. FDNY / EMS & PD CONDUCTING DRILL A/T/T. MNS432/250

@ 10:40
BROOKLYN: W/F BOX 1503 314 MCDONALD AVE X ALBERMARLE RD, FIRE IN THE BSMNT OF A TAXPAYER, L-122 FAST TRUCK. MNS432/250

@ 10:47
BROOKLYN: 7-5-1503 314 MCDONALD AVE X ALBEMARLE RD, BC-48 REPORTS FIRE 1ST FL LAUNDROMAT OF A 2 STRY 100 X 100 TAXPAYER, 2 L/S/O, FIRE IS DWH. MNS432/250

@ 11:03
BROOKLYN: 7-5-1503 314 MCDONALD AVE X ALBEMARLE RD, BC-48 REPORTS HAD FIRE 1ST FL LAUNDROMAT OF A 2 STRY 100 X 100 TAXPAYER, 2 L/S/O, MAIN BDY FIRE K/D, SRCHS NEG, FIRE IS PWH. MNS432/250

@ 17:59
QUEENS: 7-5-9408 aof 133-17 SANFORD AVE x FRAME PLACE. B-52 HAD A FIRE IN THE 1st FLOOR HALLWAY OF A 7 BK OMD 200 x 100. 1 LINES S/O. L-130 FAST. FIRE IS K/D & U/C [MNS342]

@ 21:15
STATEN ISLAND: 7-5-980 Aof 109 LOCKMAN AVE. X LOCKMAN PL / RICHMOND TERRACE. B-22 HAD FIRE ON THE 1ST FL OF A 1.5 15 X 30 FRAME PRI. DWG. ALL VIS FIRE IS K/D & FIRE IS U/C [MNS342 IAP]

@ 23:02
BROOKLYN: 7-5-3831 COLUMBIA ST & HALLECK ST. FIRE IN 2 METAL CONTAINERS IN A 2 STY FACTORY. FIRE IS DARKENING DOWN. SRCH IN PROGRESS. MNS -88- 22:58


MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR METRO N. Y. STATE

SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 2003

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 01:59
VALHALLA, N. Y. [WEST.CO.] FD BEING DISPATCH TO THE COUNTY'S MAIN RADIO TOWER "60 CONTROL" ON THE GRASSLANDS RESERVATION FOR AN UNKNOWN EMERGENCY-MNS-111

@ 05:29
HUNTINGTON MANOR, N. Y. (SUFFOLK) W-F ,#95 PULASKI RD X DEPOT RD. FIRE IN A P/D. POSSIBLE OCCUPANTS WITHIN. RETONE FOR MANPOWER. MNS 74

@ 05:31
HUNTINGTON MANOR, N. Y. W-F U/D, SCPD REPORTING CHILDREN WITHIN, M/A GREENLAWN 1 E TO SCENE, EMS W / RUSH. HOUSE IS FULLY INVOLVED. MNS 74

@ 05:40
HUNTINGTON MANOR, N. Y. W-F U/D, FULLY INVOLVED ON ARRIVAL, MEMBERS FORCED TO BAIL, REGROUPING ATT, 2 L/S/O, M/A MELVILLE FOR COVERAGE, STILL CHILDREN UNACCOUNTED FOR ATT. MNS 74

@ 23:51
NORTH MERRICK, N. Y. [NASSAU] W/F SIG 10: HORATIO AVE x STATE ST. FIRE IN A PRI DWG WITH POSS EXT TO AN EXPOSURE. M/A NORTH BELLMORE LADDER FOR FAST TEAM, MERRICK ENG & ROOSEVELT ENG TO SCENE & BELLMORE ENG TO S/B NMFD HQS. [MNS342]

@ 24:00
NORTH MERRICK, N. Y. [NASSAU] *2nd ALARM EQUIV* HORATIO AVE x STATE ST. HEAVY FIRE IN
A 2 STY PRI DWG WITH POSS EXT T O AN EXPOSURE. M/A 4 DEPTS. TO FIRE [MNS342]


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

Sunday, August 24, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)

MVA EPPING, NH ON PLEASANT STREET WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS REQUESTED 2 10-45 C2'S *154.190* [TAC9-C101]. 6:09a.m.

MVA METHEUN, MA: 186 BERKLEY ST. 1 10-45C1 (DOA), 2 10-45C2 TRANSPORTED. RELATED TO A SHOOTING IN LAWRENCE, MA. (C978). [TAC9-C51]. 7:04a.m.

W/F MIDDLETOWN CT 226 PEARL ST-0CCUPIED 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME DWELLING-M/A REQUESTED *46.18/46.14* C55, C101 [TAC9-C09]. 9:54a.m.

W/F BROCKTON MA ON CRESCENT ST BOX 1211 "SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION BULDING" SMOKE SHOWING FROM THE ROOF.COMPANIES ATTEMPTING TO GAIN ACCESS *154.310* C461 [TAC9-C519]. 10:48a.m.

W/F BOSTON, MA. BOX 3657 882 CUMMINGS HIGHWAY FIRE IN A 3 STORY 6 FAMILY 150x100 STRUCTURE FIRE ON FLOOR 3 *483.1875* C10/C171 [TAC9-C101]. 10:57a.m.

2nd ALARM KEENE, NH. 63 CASTLE STREET-STRUCTURE FIRE-COMPANIES REPORT HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING-M/A ENROUTE. *154.430* C101/C301 [TAC9-C461]. 11:00a.m.

U/D W/F BOSTON MA(MATTAPAN) BOX 3657 882 CUMMINS HWY FIRE #3-FL OF A 6-FAMILY 3-STY BRK 150x100 3-LINES OPERATING FIRE K/D 4-ENGS/5-TRKS/RESC-2/SPECIAL UNITS [TAC9-C10]. 11:26a.m.

U/D W/F REVERE MA BOX 54 REAR OF 380 REVERE BEACH BLVD C-7 REPORTS FIRE K/D HOLDING ALL COMPANIES EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL [TAC9-C10]. 12:37p.m.

W/F REVERE MA BOX 54 ON REVERE BEACH BLVD REAR OF A RESTAURANT C7 REPORTS 20x25 1-STY PRIVATE DWELLING DIFFICULT ACCESS 3-ENGS/1-TRK *154.175* C343 [TAC9-C10]. 12:37p.m.

W/F LOWELL MA 66 CHAUNCEY AVE FIRE SHOWING AND POSSIBLE PERSONS TRAPPED *154.205* (TIP) [TAC9-C135]. 3:08p.m.

U/D W/F LOWELL MA 66 CHAUNCEY AVE 2.1/2 STORY WOODFRAME HOUSE FIRE AND SMOKE SHOWING NOW REPORTING EVERYONE OUT OF THE HOUSE ACW *154.205* [TAC9-C135]. 3:12p.m.

U/D W/F LOWELL MA 66 CHAUNCEY AVE 2 1/2 STORY 20X30 WOODFRAME HOUSE HEAVY FIRE ON FLOOR 1 KNOCKED DOWN CHECKING FOR EXTENSION ON FLOOR 2 AND ATTIC PWH C134 O/S *154.205* [TAC9-C135]. 3:20p.m.

MVA HEBRON CT 127 MAIN ST (RT66) 1 CAR VS POLE-EXTRICATION IN PROGRESS-M/A REQUESTED *33.90* [TAC9-C09]. 6:12p.m.

HAZ MAT INCIDENT ANDOVER MA 240 BALLARDVALE ST UNKNOWN SUBSTANCE REQUEST A TIER 1 DIST.6 TEAM RESPONSE *483.5875/33.66* C520 [TAC9-C134]. 7:25p.m.

U/D HAZ MAT INCIDENT WILMINGTON MA (CORRECT TOWN) 240 BALLARDVALE ST NEAR ANDOVER TOWN LINE, DIST 6 HAZ MAT TEAM ENROUTE WITH TOMS UNIT C520 [TAC9-C134]. 7:34p.m.

U/D H/M INCIDENT WILMINGTON MA 240 BALLARDVALE ST. ECO LABS C-1 REPORTS A TRAILER AT LOADING DOCK LEAKING SOME TYPE FLUID AWAITING DIST 6 TEAM FOR ENTRY C520 [TAC9-C134]. 7:53p.m.

MVA HEBRON CT RT66 NEAR COLUMBIA TOWN LINE R-5 ENROUTE JAWS IN USE CT2587/1396 [TAC9-C319]. 9:49p.m.

W/F NORTH STONINGTON CT. VIC OF 114 WINACHAUG HILL RD UKN TYPE STRUCTURE FIRE M/A TANKER FROM LEDYARD AND ENGINE FROM WESTERLY *33.92* [TAC9-C304]. 10:11p.m.

W/F NORTH STONINGTON CT 118A WINETCHAUG HILL RD A FULLY INV BARN AT FOXWOODS "SCHEMITZUN" EVENT M/A FAST TEAM AND COVER CT9006/CT1396 [TAC9-C319]. 10:15p.m.

MVA BURLINGTON,MA RTE.128 SB SOUTH OF RTE.3A TRACTOR TRAILER JACK KNIFED 7 1045'S S/C 4 AMBULANCES ALS ON SCENE *483.3625* [TAC9-C520]. 10:19p.m.

ACW CHELSEA, MA BOX 237 AREA OF 5TH AND CHESNUT C-4 REPORTING REAR PORCHES ON FIRE USING 2 LINES REQ INVESTIGATORS TO SCENE *154.325* [TAC9-C16]. 11:39p.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

Sunday, August 24, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA: *MVA W/TRAP* SILINA DR & HANNIBAL ST. L16 O/S 2 CAR ACCIDENT, 1 PT PINNED. TOTAL OF 4 ALS, 1 POSS DOA. E16, L16, SQ3, SQ2, BC3, EMS 5, MULTIPLE EMS UNITS. OPS TAC 3. (VFN116). 1:04a.m.

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA: U/D *MVA W/TRAP* SILINA DR & HANNIBAL ST. 2 CAR ACCIDENT, PT EXTRICATED ATT. EMS REQUESTING NIGHTENGALE TO FLY. ALL PTS PRESENTLY HAVE PULSES. ALL REPORTED CRITICAL. (VFN116). 1:13a.m.

VA BEACH, VA MVA W/TRAP FIRST COLONIAL RD AND SOUTHALL DR. E8 O/S CALLING A TRAP. L11 ENROUTE, FSQ3 O/S ATT. B1 HAS COMMAND. (VFN09). 9:42a.m.

VA BEACH, VA FIRST COLONIAL RD U/D: PATIENT EXTRICATED. (1) BY GROUND TO VBGH. FINAL. (VFN09). 9:54a.m.

HENRICO COUNTY, VA - W/F - 1524 EDGELAWN CIRCLE, APT. B, E-2 O/S W/ 2 STORY APT'S AND CALLING WORKING FIRE. INTERIOR ATTACK. REQ FOR 2ND AMB. OPS TAC-6. E-2, 6, 18 & B-2 (VFN107). 1:43p.m.

U/D: HENRICO COUNTY, VA -W/F- 1524 EDGELAWN CIRCLE, 2 STORY APT'S W/FIRE ON 2ND FLOOR. INT ATTACK & SEARCH. E-18 IS RIT. PRIMARY SEARCH (-) 1ST & 2ND FLOOR. OPS TAC-6. E-2, 6, 4, 18, FM-6, EMS-1, B-2 (VFN107). 1:55p.m.

U/D: HENRICO COUNTY, VA -W/F- 1524 EDGELAWN CIRCLE, EMS CHECKING MULTI-OCCUPANTS OF FIRE APT. FIRE K/D, CHK FOR EXTENSION & SECURING UTIL'S. OPS TAC-6. E-2, 6, 4, 18, TRK-1, FM-6 & 7, EMS-1, B-2 (VFN107). 2:02p.m.

STAFFORD CO, VA: MVA W/TRAP 240 MARBLE POINT RD (Co.2 STAFFORD COURTHOUSE) TRACTOR OVERTURNED, SUBJECT PINNNED UNDERNEATH. Co's 5 & 10 ASSISTING. OPS ON CHL 2 488.2125 (VFN102). 2:07p.m.

HANOVER CO, VA: MVA/TRAP/MEDEVAC I-95 ITA 86MM. EXTRICATION COMPLETED ON TWO PATIENTS, ONE GOING BY GROUND & AWAITING MEDFLIGHT FOR PT #2. Co's 10, 6, 1 WORKING. OPS TAC 6, LZ OPS TAC 7 (VFN102). 3:28p.m.

HANOVER CO, VA: MVA/TRAP/MEDEVAC I-95 ITA 86MM. 2nd PT ALSO GOING BY GRND TO MCV. INCIDENT U/C, HOLDING SEVERAL FIRE UNITS FOR SCENE CLEANUP. FINAL (VFN102). 3:42p.m.

CURRITUCK CO, NC: MVA/TRAP/MCI/MEDEVAC - HWY 158 (LOWER CURRITUCK) MULTI PATIENTS. NIGHTENGALE TO LZ 4, DARE CO MEDFLIGHT TO MAPLE AIRPORT. ADD'L EMS FROM STATION 3 (VFN30/35) (VFN102). 3:59p.m.

(U/D) CURRITUCK CO, NC: MVA/TRAP/MCI/MEDEVAC - HWY 158 (LOWER CURRITUCK) APROX 5-6 PTS, 3 TRAUMA. NIGHTENGALE TX 1 SMALL CHILD, DARE MEDFLIGHT TX 2 PTS, 2-3 VIA GRND (30/35) (VFN102). 4:02p.m.

(U/D) CURRITUCK CO, NC: MVA/TRAP/MCI/MEDEVAC - HWY 158 (LOWER CURRITUCK) ALL PATIENTS EXTRICATED, 2 VIA GROUND - 3 VIA AIR. UNITS CLEARING. FINAL (30/35) (VFN102). 4:32p.m.

KILL DEVIL HILLS,NC (DARE 14) *WORKING FIRE* 2407 N.CROATAN HY. VITAMIN C SURF SHOP. E14 O/S W/ HVY SMK FRM ROOF (2) 1.75 L/S/O, ALL HANDS (DEP CHF14 CMMD) E141 ON THE PLUG, E151 IS RIT (VFN30). 8:16p.m.

KILL DEVIL HILLS,NC (DARE 14) *U/D-1* 2407 N.CROATAN HY. VITAMIN C SURF SHOP. E14 & TK14 INTERIOR ATTACKING SEAT & OPENING UP. O/S E14 E141 E142 TK14 E15 E151 DC14 DC15 EMS121 (VFN30). 8:22p.m.

KILL DEVIL HILLS,NC (DARE 14) *U/D-2* 2407 N.CROATAN HY. VITAMIN C SURF SHOP. DC15 REPTG FIRE K/D SRCHS (-) IN OVRHAUL, S/C ADDT'L ENG NAGS HEAD *FINAL* (VFN30). 8:35p.m.


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(EAN) Emergency Action Network
http://www.ean-inc.com/
Covering New Jersey, New York Metro area and
parts of Pennsylvania & Delaware.

Sunday, August 24, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)

PATERSON NJ **MOTORCYLCE MVA** MAIN AND MARKET UNITS O/S OF A MOTORCYCLE DOWN EMS O/S 465/ EAN685. 12:13a.m.

HAMILTON TWP - STATION 17 (MERCER CNTY) *W/F* BEHIND THE FLEET BANK ON RT 33. VACANT STRUCTURE EAN695 EAN300. 4:05a.m.

BROOKLYN *A/H* BX 2442 1167 FLATBUSH AVE FIRE ON THE 1ST FL STORE OF A 4 STORY 20X75 2 H/L/S/O SEARCHES UNDERWAY FIRE IS DWH EAN685. 4:11a.m.

ELIZABETH NJ (UNION) *WORKING FIRE* 1074 ANNA ST. FIRE IN ATTIC OF A 2.5 FRAME 685/ EAN503. 10:34a.m.

FREEHOLD TWP(MOMMOUTH CO)**HAZ-MAT** RTE537 IN PARKING LOT NEAR FOODTOWN DIESEL SPILL = POSS UP TO 50 GALLONS = COUNTY HAZ-MAT REQUESTED = NFI = EAN52. 11:38a.m.

WEST MILFORD,NJ (PASSAIC) 32 FAIRLAWN AVE. CMD HAS A W/F IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. NFI NJ480/ EAN90. 1:41p.m.

RINGWOOD,NJ (PASSAIC) *W/S/F* 110 CUPSAW RD. CMD HAS FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A FOR COVER. NJ480/ EAN90. 1:43p.m.

QUEENS,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 9408 @ 1317 SANFORD AVE. BATT 52 HAD FIRE IN THE 1ST FLR HALLWAY OF A OMD. ALL SRCH'ES ARE NEG. FIRE IS U/C. EAN90. 6:02p.m.

EAST ORANGE NJ (ESSEX) HAZMAT 90 WASHINGTON ST NEAR PARK AV, SOME TYPE OF ACID SPILLED IN A BUILDING, FD HAS MADE ONE ENTRY WITH FULL PROTECTIVE GEAR & NOW MAKING A 2ND ENTRY TO LOCATE MSDS SHEET, EMS REQUESTED FOR 1 VICTIM OVERCOME, M/A HAZMAT FROM NUTLEY. EAN77. 10:56p.m.


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TORONTO FIRENET
"A division of TAC9 Paging"
Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.

Sunday, August 24, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)

TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

TORONTO W/F++ 133 CAMPBELL (LANSDOWNE/BLOOR) HOUSE F/I; SPREAD TO BOTH EXPS; POSS 1 TRAPPED TFN313 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:09a.m.

TORONTO U/D 131 CAMPBELL AVE; NOW A 3RD ALARM; SEVERAL HOUSES W/EXPOSURE PROBS; BOX 12 ENROUTE DWH *S3* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:34a.m.

TORONTO U/D 3RD ALARM 129-133 CAMPBELL AVE; CMD30 S/C ADDITIONAL 2+1; STILL HVY FIRE AT REAR IN ROOF AREAS OF 131&133 *S3* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:46a.m.

TORONTO U/D 3RD ALARM 129-133 CAMPBELL AVE; 2 VICTIMS REMOVED EARLIER FROM #133, BOTH TAKEN TO ST.MIKES IN STABLE CONDITION *S3* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:49a.m.

TORONTO *RESCUE* ROSEDALE VALLEY RD@MT.PLEASANT BRIDGE;PERSON STUCK 10M UP UNDER THE BRIDGE;FULL RESCUE RESPONSE ENROUTE TO ASSIST P313 *S2* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 3:40p.m.

TORONTO U/D *RESCUE* ROSEDALE VALLEY @ MT.PLEASANT; VICTIM REMOVED FROM BRIDGE IN STOKES BASKET; NOW IN CARE OF EMS; TFS CLEARING *S2* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 4:15p.m.


If interested in getting this info to your pager or wireless device please contact Toronto Firenet at tfn@sympatico.ca or via phone at 416-694-2899.


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STLFN - ST. LOUIS FIRENET -
Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.
-compiled by Jamie Joyce

Sunday, August 24, 2003
(Central Time Zone)

STLFN: ST. PETERS (ST. CHARLES CO.), MO: Central County FPD *2nd alarm* on Thistle Ct. 2-story house fully involved. Move-ups made. [(HL)STL557/899] 6:03 pm

STLFN: ST. PETERS (ST. CHARLES CO.), MO: U/D - Central County FPD's *2nd alarm* on Thistle Ct x Heather. 2-story house fully involved. Fire has been knocked down - Co's in overhaul. [(HL)STL557/899] 6:41p.m.

STLFN: BELLEFONTAINE NEIGHBORS, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): Riverview FPD has a 1st alarm house fire with children possibly trapped at 8980 Bellefontaine Road. First in pumper reports heavy fire and smoke visible. /STL819 11:25 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working still alarm for a fire in an apartment at 4951 Mardel. Pumper 36 reports a fire in a 2nd floor apartment 1 line off. Pumpers 36 19 35 HL 4 and BC 803 /STL819 11:31 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's working still alarm at 4951 Mardel. BC 803 reports the fire is out and companies are overhauling. Primary search was negative. /STL819 11:39 pm

STLFN: BELLEFONTAINE NEIGHBORS, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): U/D on Riverview FPD's 1st alarm house fire at 8980 Bellefontaine Road. Command reports 1 person being transported Injuries not given. /STL819 11:43 pm


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Incidents from KCFN
(Missouri & Kansas)
-compiled by Jamie Joyce

Sunday, August 24, 2003
(Central Time Zone)

KANSAS CITY, KS: Working fire at 2216 Richmond x 22nd Street. Heavy smoke showing from a vacant dwelling. P5 P11 P14 T14 Car32/61 [KCFN-02] 1:35 am

ROELAND PARK, KS (JOHNSON CO): Consolidated Fire District #2 has a working fire at 5073 Outlook x 49th Street. Heavy smoke showing from a dwelling. Merriam engine is A/A. [KCFN-02/01#] 3:24 pm

U/D ROELAND PARK, KS (JOHNSON CO): Consolidate Fire District #2 working fire at 5073 Outlook x 49th Street. S/C 2 additional trucks to the scene. Reported heavy fire rear of a dwelling. Temp=99, HX=102. [KCFN-02/01#] 3:30 pm

U/D ROELAND PARK, KS (JOHNSON CO): CFD #2 working fire at 5073 Outlook x 49th Street. S/C additional ambulance and haz-mat to the scene. All co's working. [KCFN-02/01#] 3:55 pm

FINAL ROELAND PARK, KS: 5073 Outlook. Fire under control, co's overhauling. S/C 2 additional ambulance's to the scene for rehab. [KCFN-02/01#] 4:50 pm

BUCKNER, MO (JACKSON CO): Fort Osage FPD has a working structure fire at 35704 E Little x Borgman. Started as natural cover fire, now extended to a dwelling. Sni Valley FPD tanker is M/A. [KCFN-02] 4:50 pm


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INDIANAPOLIS, IN area incidents:

Sunday, August 24, 2003

(Eastern Standard Time)

INDIANAPOLIS, IN MADISON & SHELBY PIN IN ACCIDENT 3 PAT. REQ CORONER FOR 1 PAT. [INDY-12]. 1:56p.m.


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


Brooklyn, N. Y. 08/24/03 @ 04:00 hrs.

Flatbush Section

Box 2442
address: 1169 Flatbush Ave.
between: Dorchester Ave. & Ditmas Ave.

2442 @ 04:01
Engs. 255, 281, 248
Lads. 157, 147
Batt. 41

10 - 75 - 2442 @ 04:05
Ladder 174 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 250
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
Batt. 48 Division 15

@ 04:06
Special Call an additional Engine & Truck. Eng. 310 & Lad. 113 are s/c

Fire Building:
4 Story Brick 25 x 75 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
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 - 2442 @ 04:09
Batt. 41 reports, Box 2442, were using All - Hands for a fire in a store on the 1st. floor. We have a multiple dwelling above. 1 - line stretched & operating, 2nd. line being stretched. Fire's Doubtful.

@ 04:14
Division 15: All - Hands, Box 2442, All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary search is negative thru out. Truck's are "Opening Up" Checking for extensions. Probably Will Hold.

@ 04:22
Division 15: All - Hands, Box 2442, Primary & secondary searches are complete & negative thro out. Fire is UnderControl.

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 08/24/03 @ 10:45 hrs.
Kensington Section

Box 1503
address: 314 McDonald Ave.
between: Albermarle Road & Canton Ave.

1503 @ 10:35
Engs. 240, 281, 250
Lads. 148, 147
Batt. 48

10 - 75 - 1503 @ 10:38
Ladder 122 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 220
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
Batt. 41 Division 11

Fire Building:
2 Story Brick 100 x 100 Taxpayer

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1503 @ 10:44
Batt. 48 reports, Were using All - Hands for a fire in the basement of a 2 story brick taxpayer, used as a Laundromat. We have 2 - lines stretched & in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Searches are being made. Fire's Doubtful Will Hold.

@ 10:59
Division 11: At the All - hands, Box 1503, We had a fire on the 1st. floor in a taxpayer, used as a Laundromat. We have 2 - lines stretched & in operation. Main body of fire has been extinguished. Primary searches are complete & negative thru out. Fire is Probably Will Hold.

@ 11:07
Division 11: Secondary searches are complete & negative. Place the fire UnderControl.


ExChief84@SBCGlobal.net


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LOS ANGELES, CA:
Dear Friend of the LAFD:


Effective this morning, some Los Angeles Fire Department EMS (Emergency Medical Service) resources in the San Fernando Valley changed for the better with enhancements and strategic redeployment.

Here's what has happened...

- LAFD's Engine Company 7, which operates out of busy Van Nuys Civic Center Station 39 (while awaiting the completion of their own new facility in the North Van Nuys/Panorama City area), is now staffed with at least one Firefighter/Paramedic and special Paramedic equipment at all times. This upgrade from "Basic Life Support" to "Advanced Life Support" status, will have this busy unit now identified as "Paramedic Assessment Engine 7".

- Due to call load and response dynamics, Rescue Ambulance 888, a Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulance currently in Sherman Oaks will be relocated to adjacent Van Nuys Station 39 - the busiest Fire Station in the San Fernando Valley. This unit will retain its BLS status, but gain the new identity of "Rescue 839".

- Rescue Ambulance 903, a BLS ambulance in Northridge, will be upgraded to Advanced Life Support (ALS) status and continue to be deployed from its current location at Fire Station 103 in the central San Fernando Valley near Cal State
Northridge University. As a Paramedic unit, it will receive the new unit identification of "Rescue 103".

These changes, part of the Fire Chief's strategic vision as approved by the Fire Commission and City leaders addresses goals of increased Paramedic coverage, improved EMS service delivery and a better working environment through manageable workloads for Firefighter/EMT's and Firefighter Paramedics - all of whom are facing a burgeoning call load in protecting America's second-largest City.

How busy?

This past year, the men and women of the LAFD handled an astounding 689,803 responses, 83% of which were requests for emergency medical care. Highlighting the need for enhanced LAFD EMS resources is this comparison of required ambulance transports by LAFD personnel to area hospitals:

First Quarter 2000: 397 average daily transports
First Quarter 2003: 512 average daily transports

This past year, the men and women of the LAFD transported 183,663 people to local hospitals.

Chief Bamattre's EMS Resource Deployment Plan will manage the significant number of new paramedics, deployment of additional EMS resources, and expansion of EMS field supervision. The objectives of this five year plan include:

- A Paramedic resource at every Fire Station
- An Ambulance at every Fire Station
- An EMS Captains in every Battalion
- Additional Paramedic Ambulances to provide workload relief for busy units
- Additional Paramedic Assessment Engines for Paramedic personnel rotation

During the first two years of the plan (Fiscal Years 2001/2002 and 2002/2003), these resource improvements were implemented:

- Upgraded 14 BLS Engines into Paramedic Assessment Engines
- Converted 6 Paramedic Engines into Paramedic Assessment Engines
- Added 16 new Paramedic Ambulances
- Added 14 new BLS Ambulances
- Added 2 fully staffed BLS Engine Companies
- Added 5 more Variable Staffed BLS Ambulances for a total of 8
- Added 10 more EMS Captains for a total of 16

Effective April 20, 2003, the LAFD successfully deployed at least one Paramedic resource in every Fire Station district.

On June 29, 2003, the Department successfully deployed EMS Captains in every Battalion to improve EMS supervision, training and management.

As of today, the Los Angeles Fire Department will provide:

- 115 Rescue Ambulances – 73 are ALS and 42 are BLS
- 99 Engine Companies – 39 are ALS and 60 are BLS
- 49 Light Forces – 3 are ALS and 46 are BLS

Further EMS resource enhancement will occur later this Fiscal Year to address our skyrocketing call load while maintaining quality emergency medical care for all who live, visit and work in Los Angeles.

The LAFD is proud to be a full-spectrum life safety agency staffed by caring and competent men and women who provide high-quality care to the sick and injured. To learn more, we welcome you to visit your Neighborhood Fire Station:

http://www.lafd.org/visit.htm


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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