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National Incidents

Wednesday, November 19, 2003

(Central Time Zone)

2nd Alarm - WEST NEWBURY, MA: 20 Bachelor St. A fire in the basement of a house. M/A to cover. *154.01* C101/C925C134 [TAC9-C135]. 5:03a.m.

CHARLESTON (CHAS), SC: *2nd Alarm on arrival* 3301 Glenn Mconnell Parkway @ Heron Reserve. 4-story Apartment building for deaf. Heavy fire 3 floors. Many rescues being made. 5E's, 1T, 6C's, 3BC's, C1-Thomas-IC [CFP804*803]. 5:48a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY - 77 - 22 - 1030 @ 589 East New York Ave @ Kingston Ave. EMS for injured workers. PD for traffic control. Fire in a 2-story brick 130x100. BATT 38 reports fire on the 2nd floor. MNS #10* 8:02a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY -U/D- 2nd Alarm - 77 - 22 - 1030 @ 589 East New York Ave @ Kingston Ave. EMS for injured workers. PD for traffic control. Fire in a 2-story brick 130x100. BATT 38 reports 3 lines stretched, 2 in operation. Trucks are opening up & Aerial Ladders have been raised. TL being set up @ corner. Fire on the 2nd floor. There are no sprinklers in the building. MNS #10* 8:08a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY -U/D- 3rd Alarm - 77-22-1030 @ 589 East New York Ave. @ Kingston Ave. DIV15 reports three lines in operation & fire is darkening down. Need EMS for injured workers. Third Alarm for releif. MNS #10* 8:17a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY -U/D- 3rd Alarm - 77 - 33 - 1030 @ 589 East New York Ave @ Kingston Ave. CAR 7A reports primary searches on fire floor are negative. MNS #10* 8:31a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY -U/D- 3rd Alarm - 77 - 33 - 1030 @ 589 East New York Ave @ Kingston Ave. CAR 7A reports primary searches are negative throughout fire building. PWH. This will be a prolong operation. EMS reports 1 injured civilian worker. MNS #10* 8:49a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY -Final- 3rd Alarm - 77 - 33 - 1030 @ 589 East New York Ave @ Kingston Ave. CAR 7A reports 2 axhaust fans in operation. Fire is under control. MNS #10* 9:02a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY - 2nd Alarm upon arrival - 77-22-166 @ 97 Monitor St. Per Engine 299 - Fire in a private dwelling & getting into exposures. MNS # 10* 9:29a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY - U/D- 2nd Alarm - 77-22-166 @ 97 Monitor Street. BATT 35 reports fire in 1 floor of a 3-story private dwelling. Fire being knocked down. Smoke showing from 5 different cocklofts. DIV-1 en-route from Manhattan. S/C 2 additional Trucks (1TL). MNS # 10* 9:36a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY - 3rd Alarm - 77-22-166 @ 97 Monitor St. per DIV-1. Fire in 1 floor of a 3-story frame private dwelling. Two Tower Ladders in operation. Fire in 5 cocklofts. MNS # 10* 9:47a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY - 3rd Alarm - 77-33-166 @ 97 Monitor St. Per DIV-1 - Fire in 7 different buildings. 1 line in each building. (EXP # 2A, 2B, 2C & 4A, 4B, & 4C). Each 3-story frames 20 x 60. MNS # 10/88* 9:53a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY - 4th Alarm - 77-44-166 @ 97 Monitor St. Per CAR 7 - Fire in 7 different buildings. 1 line in each building. (EXP # 2A, 2B, 2C & 4A, 4B, & 4C). Each 3-story frames 20x60. Additional Truck Company requested. MNS # 10/88* 9:55a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY: 5th Alarm - 77-55-166 @ 97 Monitor St. per CAR 7. MNS # 10/88* 10:43a.m.

CLARKSTON, GA: 2nd Alarm on arrival 600 Hambrick Rd "Highland Run Apartments" Working fire on a well involved 2 story Garden Apartment. Offensive mode, Several hand lines stretched operating. HNAN DEWms. 10:54a.m.

BALTIMORE Co./BALTIMORE, MD: *Double Fatal* Rapid water rescue - Gwynns Falls in the area of the City/County Line. 3 workers swept away by rapid water. *2 recovered Priority-4 (DOA)* 1 worker still missing. DC/BMD/E*23. 2:46p.m.

2nd Alarm on arrival - STOUGHTON, MA: Box 5 at 81 Summer St. Heavy fire in the rear of a 3-story structure. *453.025* [TAC9-C520]. 7:39p.m.

Update - 2nd Alarm - STOUGHTON, MA: Box 5 at 81 Summer St. 3-story wood frame. Heavy fire darkened down. 2 lines run. All occupants out. Companies making progress. *453.025* C134/304/519 [TAC9-C520]. 7:53p.m.

Update - 2nd Alarm - STOUGHTON, MA: Box-7 at 81 Summer Street. Additional Ladder Company from Randolph to the scene for manpower. C520/134/304/519 *453.025* [TAC9-C67]. 8:25p.m.

Update - 2nd Alarm - STOUGHTON, MA: Box-7 at 81 Summer Street. OIC reports fire knocked down - checking for extension. C520/134/304/519 *453.025* [TAC9-C67]. 9:01p.m.

MANVILLE, NJ: 2nd Alarm - 942 Kennedy Blvd. Structure fire. M/A to work/cover. EAN10 [EAN]. 10:29p.m.

NEW HYDE PARK, NY (NASSAU) **General Alarm** @ 4 Ohio Dr. Fire in a private dwelling. Requesting the FAST Team to the scene. DWH. EAN465 [EAN]. 10:35p.m.


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

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)

HAZ MAT INCIDENT NO READING MASS 80 CONCORD ST "YELLOW FREIGHT" A UNKNOWN SPILL INSIDE A TRAILER DIST 6 HAZ MAT TEAM REQ. TO SCENE WITH 2 AMBULANCES C925/ (TIP) *453.950* [TAC9-C134]. 5:55a.m.

2ND ALARM WEST NEWBURY MA 20 BACHELOR ST A FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A HOUSE M/A TO COVER *154.01* C101/C925C134 [TAC9-C135]. 6:03a.m.

U/D H/M INCIDENT NO READING MA. 80 CONCORD ST "YELLOW FREIGHT" 4 PATIENTS EXPOSED FROM AN UNKNOWN SUBSTANCE SPILL INSIDE A TRAILER AT LOADING DOCK DECON HAS BEEN SETUP AWAITING A DIST 6 H/M TEAM C925/C135 [TAC9-C134]. 6:09a.m.

MVA CHESHIRE CT I-84 WESTBOUND BTWN EXITS 27-26 (2) TRACTOR-TRAILERS INVOLVED WITH (1) AUTOMOBILE EXTRICATION REQUIRED *154.37* [TAC9-C55]. 6:20a.m.

MVA SHUTESBURY, MA. ROUTE 202 NEAR THE NEW SALEM TOWN LINE A CAR DOWN A 30 FT. ENBANKMENT WITH ENTRAPMENT LIFEFLIGHT REQUESTED L/Z IS ATHOL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. *33.540* [TAC9-C101]. 6:25a.m.

FINAL U/D H/M INCIDENT NO READING MA. 80 CONCORD ST "YELLOW FREIGHT" 4 PTS. BEING TRANSPORTED BLS TO HOSPITAL AWAITING D.E.P. TO SCENE ALL COMPANIES TIED UP M/A COVERAGE REQ. C925/C135 [TAC9-C134]. 6:37a.m.

MVA HOPKINTON RI *HOPE VALLEY * RT95S AT EXIT 3 CAR VS T/T UNIT REQ 2ND SET OF JAWS TO SCENE AND LIFESTAR TO SCENE *46.50/460.625* [TAC9-C304]. 2:38p.m.

MVA CHESTER, NH ROUTE 102 AT FREMONT ROAD WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS WORKING MEDFLIGHT REQUESTED L/Z IS A BALLFIELD ON ROUTE 102 IN CHESTER CENTER. *154.130* [TAC9-C101]. 3:25p.m.

ACW LYMAN, ME. 478 MASK ROAD A VEHICLE FIRE EXTENDED TO A STRUCTURE. *154.250/153.770* C53 [TAC9-C101]. 3:54p.m.

MVA BOYLSTON, MA. ROUTE 70 NEAR THE HIGH SCHOOL WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS OPERATING. M/A COMPANIES FROM WEST BOYLSTON RESPONDING. MULTIPLE 10-45'S LIFEFLIGHT ON STAND BY. *460.625* C02 [TAC9-C101]. 5:48p.m.

U/D MVA BOYLSTON, MA ROUTE 70 NEAR THE TAHANTO REGIONAL SCHOOL. OIC REPORTS 1 10-45 PREGNANT FEMALE TRAPPED JAWS OPERATING, MULTIPLE 10-45'S LIFEFLIGHT GROUNDED. WORCESTER EMS RESPONDING. *33.700* C02/C612 [TAC9-C101]. 6:01p.m.

W/F AVON MA 230 WEST MAIN ST-C0'S REPORT SMOKE SHOWING *482.7500* [TAC9-C67]. 6:11p.m.

W/F AVON, MA. 230 WEST MAIN STREET-DWELLING FIRE-M/A HOLBROOK ENGINE FOR COVERAGE. *482.750* C67/C114 [TAC9-C461]. 6:29p.m.

ACW CHELSEA MA. BOX 3231 100 BELLINGHAM ST. ELDERLY ASST LIVING OIC REPORTS HEAVY SMOKE IN THE BUILDING FROM FOOD ON THE STOVE HOLDING ALL CO. ASSISTING ELDERLY EMS HAS 1 BLS 1 ALS WORKING *154.325* [TAC9-C171]. 7:04p.m.

2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL STOUGHTON,MA BOX 5 81 SUMMER ST HEAVY FIRE IN THE REAR OF A 3 STORY STRUCTURE *453.025* [TAC9-C520]. 8:39p.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM STOUGHTON,MA BOX 5 81 SUMMER ST 3 STORY WOOD FRAME HEAVY FIRE DARKENED DOWN 2 LINES RUN ALL OCCUPANTS OUT CO'S MAKING PROGRESS *453.025* C134/304/519 [TAC9-C520]. 8:53p.m.

U/D 2nd ALARM STOUGHTON MA BOX-7 81 SUMMER STREET-ADD LADDER CO. FROM RANDOLPH TO SCENE FOR MANPOWER C520/134/304/519 *453.025* [TAC9-C67]. 9:25p.m.

W/F MIDDLETON, MA. 232 SOUTH MAIN STREET A BUILDING FIRE. M/A FOR COVERAGE. *460.575* [TAC9-C101]. 9:49p.m.

U/D 2nd ALARM STOUGHTON MA BOX-7 81 SUMMER STREET-OIC REPORTS FIRE K/D-CHECKING FOR EXTENSION C520/134/304/519 *453.025* [TAC9-C67]. 10:01p.m.

ACW BOSTON MA BOX-3568 36 WOODGATE STREET-CO'S REPORT SMOKE SHOWING-CHARGING LINES *483.187* [TAC9-C67]. 10:42p.m.

U/D ACW BOSTON MA BOX-3568 36 WOODGATE STREET-FIRE IN 1-ROOM IN 2-STY TOWNHOUSE FIRE U/C *483.187* [TAC9-C67]. 10:58p.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

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)

HENRICO CO, VA: MVA/TRAP, MASONIC LA & 8TH AVE. TRK 6 RPTING MVA WITH TRAP & MULTI PT'S. REQ ADD'L ALS AMB & ENG CO. E6,7; T6; FIRE-MED 6; MED-3. OPS TAC 7. (VFN124). 1:48p.m.

HENRICO, VA: MVA/TRAP, I-295NB AT I-95 SPLIT. SQD-1 RPTING SMALL PICKUP INTO TREES ON MEDIAN SIDE, ONE PT TRAPPED. SQD-1 & TRK-1 PUTTING THE TOOL TO WORK. MON TAC 6. (VFN124). 1:50p.m.

U/D HENRICO CO, VA: MVA/TRAP, MASONIC LA & 8TH AVE. CMD RPTS TWO PT'S EXTRICATED, NOW REQ 3RD ALS AMB (FIRE-MEDIC 7). ALL HANDS WORKING. (VFN124). 1:54p.m.

U/D HENRICO CO, VA: MVA/TRAP, I-295NB AT I-95 SPLIT. EXTRICATION COMPLETE, REQ ADD'L ALS AMB (IRE-MEDIC 15) FOR A PT DISORIENTED. (VFN124). 2:03p.m.

**WEATHER ALERT** AT 1527 THE NWS ISSUED A FLASH FLOOD WARNING EFFECTIVE UNTIL 1915 FOR NORTHERN VA (INCLUDING ALEXANDRIA), WASHINGTON DC, & MARYLAND (VFN102). 2:49p.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.

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)

BROOKLYN NY *2ND ALARM* BOX 1030 @ KINGSTON & LEFFERTS AVE. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE BLDG. EMS REQUESTED FOR INJURED PARTIES. EAN503. 9:17a.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY **3RD ALARM** BOX 1030 @ KINGSTON & LEFFERTS AVE. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE BLDG. EMS REQUESTED FOR INJURED PARTIES. EAN301/503 EAN503. 9:20a.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY *3RD ALARM* BOX 1030 @ 589 EAST NEW YORK AVE. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE DWELLING. EMS TREATING 1 PATIENT. EMS STAGING: MAPLE & KINGSTON. EAN503\301\ EAN157. 9:35a.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY **3RD ALARM** BOX 1030 @ 589 E. NEW YORK AVE. 2 EXHAUST FANS I/O. FIRE IS NOW UNDER CONTROL. EANSTAFF/503 EAN503. 10:02a.m.

BROOKLYN 2ND ALARM BOX 166 MEEKER & MONITOR EAN77. 10:30a.m.

BROOKLYN 2ND ALARM BOX 166 MEEKER AV & MONITOR ST, FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. EAN77. 10:30a.m.

CAMDEN CITY NJ (CAMDEN) *ALL-HANDS* 937 N20TH ST 2STY MOR FIRE 1ST FLR ROOM DWH AT ALL CO'S I/S EAN3305. 10:40a.m.

U/D CAMDEN CITY NJ (CAMDEN) *ALL-HANDS* 937 N20TH ST 2STY MOR FIRE 1ST FLR ROOM FIRE IS U/C ALL CO'S I/S MOPPING UP. EAN3321 388 EAN3305. 10:46a.m.

3RD ALARM BROOKLYN BOX 166 97 MONITOR ST @ MEEKER ST, FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. EAN77. 10:47a.m.

BROOKLYN 4TH ALARM 97 MONITOR ST @ MEEKER ST, FIRE IN A ROW OF FRAMES EACH 20x60, NUMEROUS H/Ls STRETCHED INCLUDING EXPOSURES 6 EXPOSURES (4A, 4B, 4C, 2A, 2B, 2C), SETTING-UP TOWER LADDER. EAN77. 10:56a.m.

BROOKLYN NY *5TH ALARM* BOX 166 @ 97 MONITOR ST. @ MEEKER ST. FIRE IN A PVT DWELLING. EAN77/503/10 EAN503. 11:59a.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY: 5TH ALM 97 MONITOR ST FIRE IN A ROW OF ATTACHED DWELLING'S FIRE K/D S/C 2-E'S & 2-T'S FOR RELIEF....EAN77/503/ EAN10. 12:20p.m.

NEWARK NJ: BOX 5134 W/F MOTT & FLEMING ST FIRE IN A WAREHOUSE EAN10. 2:08p.m.

U/D NEWARK NJ: BOX 5134 W/F MOTT & FLEMING BATT-5 RPT'S 3-HL'S IN OPP FIRE K/D.... EAN10. 2:12p.m.

U/D NEWARK NJ: BOX 5134 W/F ONE MOTT ST FIRE IN THE SHIPPMAN MATTRESS WAREHOUSE FIRE K/D & U/C...SIG-100 REQ ARSON UNIT... EAN10. 2:14p.m.

BOONTON TWP,NJ (MORRIS) *WORKING FIRE* on BURTON RD. UNK TYPE STRUCTURE FIRE. M/A FROM DENVILLE TO STAND BY. EAN15/ EAN14. 4:09p.m.

PENNSAUKEN TWP (CAMDEN) NJ **W/S/F** 2271 HOLLINSHED AVE. FD O/S HAS FIRE SHOWING, ALL CO'S GOING TO WORK. M/A CASCADE TO SCENE. EAN 3305 EAN3308. 4:50p.m.

LAKEWOOD NJ (OCEAN) *BURN VICTIM* 240 9TH ST. BLS O/S WITH A FEMALE SUFFERING SEVERE BURNS, UNK CAUSE, RQST'G ALS FORTHWITH EAN100. 5:04p.m.

PENNSAUKEN TWP (CAMDEN) NJ U/D *W/S/F* 2271 HOLLINGSHED. BULK OF FIRE IS K/D ALL CO'S WORKING. COVERS IN PLACE. EAN3305/86 EAN3308. 5:08p.m.

NEPTUNE NJ: *=GEN'L ALM* 1515 CORLIY AV FIRE AT THE BMW BLDG...NJ271/EAN252// EAN10. 5:26p.m.

HILLSDALE NJ (BERGEN) *HAZMAT* @ THE WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY. 2 55 GALLON DRUMS LEAKING UNK CHEMICAL. HAZMAT REQ. EAN480/ EAN503. 7:14p.m.

MANVILLE BORO NJ: W/F 942 KENNEDY BLVD STRUCTURE REQ FAST-TEAM... EAN10. 10:56p.m.

U/D MANVILLE BORO NJ: 2ND ALM 942 KENNEDY BLVD WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE ADD'L ENG & LADDER TO WORK M/A TO COVER EAN695/52/ EAN10. 11:26p.m.

HARRISON NJ (HUDSON) *WORKING FIRE* @ CAMBELL FOUNDRY. FIRE IN A COMM BLDG NOW K/D. M/A FOR COVER EAN318/ EAN503. 11:29p.m.

NEW HYDE PARK, NY (NASSAU) **GENERAL ALARM** @ 4 OHIO DR. - FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING REQUESTING THE FASTEAM TO THE SCENE - DWH EAN465 EAN465. 11:35p.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.

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)

CANADA Report:

HAMILTON W/F AT AN OLD MILL BARTON & FERGUSON TAC2 SMOKE SHOWING (TFN475) (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:38p.m.

HAMILTON UPDATE W/I FIRE IN THE ROOF CREWS TRYING TO GET TO THE SEAT OF THE FIRE TAC 2 (TFN475) (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:41p.m.


If interested in getting this info to your pager or wireless device please contact Toronto Firenet at tfn@tac9.com or via phone at 416-560-9055.


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(ICP) Incident Command Page of Arizona, Inc.
(covering Phoenix, AZ and the surrounding area)
http://www.icp-az.org or http://www.incidentcommandpage.com

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)

INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT. 2-1 MEDICAL RESPONSE 12th ST & CAMELBACK Units onscene of a 962 w/ extrication needed. 5 patients ons. TFC-ON Ch5 153.830 [ICP963]. 6:11a.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND CHANDLER FIRE DEPT HELICOPTER REQUEST 604 EAST WARNER RD Units ONS with a burn victim, helo enroute. TFC-ON B1 154.430 [ICP815m]. 10:51a.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND MESA FIRE DEPARTMENT 2-1 MEDICAL RESPONSE 830 S DOBSON OAD Units onscene of a single vehicle roll over 962. TFC-ON Ch2 154.235 [ICP963w]. 10:54a.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND RURAL / METRO F.D. TRT1-MOUNTAIN RESCUE HUMMINGBIRD/CHENEY TFC-ON Ch6 153.860 [ICP444]. 2:29p.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT. 2-1 MEDICAL RESPONSE CAVE CRK & GREENWAY. Units onscene of a car/motorcycle rollover with 2 Lev1 pts. TFC-ON Ch5 153.830 [ICP444]. 3:19p.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT. 962R --- ROLLOVER: CAVE CREEK/GREENWAY E27 ONS of a 2 vehicle 962 involving a motorcycle. 1 car rolled over & 2 imediate PT's. TFC-ON Ch5 153.830 [ICP815i]. 3:19p.m.

INCIDENT UPDATE: PhxFD 962R // CMD advising R27 transporting a 50YOM motorcycle rider to JCL. Unk status of the 2nd PT. TFC-ON Ch5 153.830 [ICP815i]. 3:26p.m.

INCIDENT UPDATE: PhxFD 2-1-M // Per CMD, R27 is enroute to JCL with a 50yr M Lev1 with Multi-System Trauma with an ETA of 7-8 mins. TFC-ON Ch5 153.830,Chase1 154.890,453.100 [ICP444]. 3:26p.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND SURPRISE FIRE DEPT. -HELICOPTER REQUEST- 219TH AVENUE & SUN VALLEY PKWY Units ONS with a PT in the desert area, DPS Ranger 41 is enroute ATT. TFC-ON B12 154.085 [ICP815i]. 4:02p.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND GILBERT FIRE DEPT. 2-1 STRUCTURE FIRE 228 W SCOTT AVENUE Units onscene with smoke showing from a single story structure. TFC-ON Ch3 153.950 [ICP963]. 6:05p.m.

INCIDENT UPDATE: GilbertFD 2-1 // CMD is now advising they have isolated this to food on the stove and are releasing the working fire response. TFC-ON Ch3 153.950 [ICP963]. 6:10p.m.


For general questions about the group, membership question, or anything else you would like to know about the group, please email icp0444@aol.com


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APSN -- Arizona's Source for Breaking News
Arizona Public Safety News Network

(covering incidents from the entire state of Arizona)
http://www.apsn.us/

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
(Mountain Standard Time)

APSN ALERT: 2-1 MEDICAL 962 WITH FIRE Phoenix Fire Dept. 12th ST & CAMELBACK CMD E17 onscene 3 veh mva, 2 with heavy damage pulling a line. No pt info. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02]. 6:09a.m.

APSN UPDATE: PhxFD 2-1 MED: CMD E17 advising 5 pts. 2 immediates 3 delayed. No confirmation on a veh on fire ATT or extrication. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02]. 6:11a.m.

APSN ALERT: MTN RESCUE Rural / Metro Fire Dept. MOCKINGBIRD & CHENEY FREQ: Ch6 153.860 [APSN02w]. 2:23p.m.

APSN UPDATE: RMFD Mtn Rescue: Alarm advising location is now Hummingbird & Cheney. E819 Sup819 enroute. CMD BC801. FREQ: Ch6 153.860 [APSN02w]. 2:44p.m.

APSN ALERT: 2-1 STRUCTURE FIRE W/F Mesa Fire Dept. 6056 E HANNIBAL ST. Children's playhouse on fire in backyard of house extending to a large tree. Working fire repsonse enroute. FREQ: Ch2 154.235 [APSN02]. 5:45p.m.

APSN ALERT: HELICOPTER REQUEST San Carlos Fire / EMS Bylas Clinic Helipad Native3 enroute for a camping accident. NFI ATT. FREQ: Ch1 453.975 [APSN02e]. 5:48p.m.

APSN UPDATE: MesaFD 2-1 W/F: CMD BC203 advising this was a shed on fire now out by greenline. Corrected location will be on McClellan. Hold E213. Cancel working fire response. FREQ: Ch3 153.950 [APSN14,02e]. 5:52p.m.

APSN UPDATE: San CarlosFD Helo: Native3 enroute County Burn unit, 37 y/o female burns to the face intubated. Cold offload. FREQ: Ch1 453.975 [APSN02]. 6:51p.m.


Michael Todd, Owner
Email to: INFO@APSN.US

David Greenberg, Affiliate Coordinator
Email to: Fyrfotog2@aol.com


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STLFN - ST. LOUIS FIRENET -
Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
(Central Time Zone)

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working Still Alarm for a fire in a house at 4118 Oregon. BC 804 reports fire on the 2nd floor - 1 line off. Fire is under control. PUMPERS: 4, 32, 1, HL 4 and BC 804 /STL819. 1:01a.m.

STLFN: Overnight Report: BLACKJACK, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) - BlackJack FPD had a 1st Alarm residential fire at 6750 Lakeside Hills Dr. x-st Partridge Run. One line off with a 15 minute knock down. [STL810]. 6:50a.m.

STLFN: Overnight Report: ST. LOUIS, MO - STLFD has a working fire at West Florissant & College. Fire on the 2nd floor of a vacant 2-story brick building. 1 line off & the Tower Ladder was put to work. [STL810]. 6:52a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO - STLFD has a 1st Alarm for a house fire across from 2224 E. College x-st West Florissant. Heavy fire showing from the roof. 2 lines off and an Aerial going to work. PUMPERS: 20, 8, 26, 10, 12, TL2, RESCUE SQUAD 2, BC806 & 801. [STL810]. 7:28a.m.

STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS, MO - STLFD 1st Alarm house fire across from 2224 E. College: By orders BC806 **Evacuation Tones** are being sounded for all Firefighters to evacuate the building. [STL810]. 7:33a.m.

STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS, MO - STLFD 1st Alarm house fire across from 2224 E. College: BC801 reports all Firefighters are accounted for. Companies taking a defensive stand. Deputy Chief 810 is taking it in. [STL810]. 7:37a.m.

STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS, MO - STLFD's 1st Alarm fire across from 2224 E. College: Fire is under control. Companies are overhauling. Tower Ladder 2 & 2 Aerial devices up. FINAL. [STL810]. 7:49a.m.

STLFN: (Overnight) CAHOKIA, IL (ST.CLAIR Co.) Cahokia FD was on scene of a working house fire @ 80 St. Cletus Dr. M/A responded from Camp Jackson FD. NFI-heard. (STL 835). 9:19a.m.

STLFN: PAGEDALE, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) - Mid County FPD has a 1st Alarm house fire at Pennsylvania & Mallard. Unconfirmed report of people inside. Engine 4511 on the scene with heavy smoke showing. Leading off. [STL810]. 12:31p.m.

STLFN: U/D - PAGEDALE, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) - Mid County FPD's *1st Alarm* house fire at Pennsylvania & Mallard: Two additional Ambulances are responding to this alarm. [STL810]. 12:40p.m.

STLFN: U/D - PAGEDALE, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) - Mid County FPD's *1st Alarm* house fire at 7213 Mallard x-st Pennsylvania: Command has placed the Alarm under control. [STL810]. 12:53p.m.


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

Tuesday, November 18, 2003
(Central Time Zone)

***LODD*** KANSAS CITY, KS: We regret to report the LODD of 53-year-old Capt Gary Boyert who was killed in an MVA while responding to a bogus structure fire. A 29-year veteran with the KCKFD, he leaves behind a wife and 2 children. May he rest in peace. [KCFN-02] 7:11 am

KANSAS CITY, MO: Working fire now under control at 3717 State Line x 37th Street. Fire 2nd floor of a 2 story occupied frame with extension to a similar 2 story frame under renovation. Car106 P19 P9 R31 T2 T7 [KCFN-02] 3:13 pm

U/D KANSAS CITY, KS LODD: Funeral arrangements for Capt Gary Boyert are as follows: Visitation will be Friday, Nov 21 at "Turner Middle School," 1312 S 55th Street from 5-8 pm. Funeral wil be Saturday, Nov 22 also at "Turner Middle School" at 9 am. Funeral procession will then pass KCK Fire Station 7 at 2717 Strong Ave, then to "Cherry Hill Cemetary" for a private service. MAY OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS BE WITH HIM AND HIS FAMILY. [KCFN-02] 9:51 pm


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OFP INCIDENT LOG for 11.18.03

OREGON FIREPAGE OVERNIGHT TRAIN DERAILMENT S. DANEBO X ATLANTIC Freight train derailment of 2-3 cars on OR/Pacific line west of Eugene. No reports of injuries. Car removal still in progress. [OFP-EUG,DESK,508r]

OREGON FIREPAGE SALEM FIRE DEPT. HAZMAT 1010 HAWTHRONE AVE. "COSTCO" Units ons unk hazmat situation, reported <2-3> patients transported to Salem Hospital. [OFP-SLM,DESK,508]

OREGON FIREPAGE SALEM HAZMAT UPDATE 1010 Hawthrone Ave. Command requesting <2> transit authority busses to scene for decon offsite for Ems/Customers. Advising this possible FREON LEAK in store. Salem PD Closing Hawthrone Ave. to Scene. Ons reports now report <5> total pts transported. Serveral Medics still committed to scene. [OFP-SLM,DESK,508]

OREGON FIREPAGE MONMOUTH, ORE (POLK CO.) HELICOPTER DOWN "HOLIDAY TREE FARM" S.W. of Monmouth. Units ons single helo incident a/c lost control of rear rotor blade made hard landing. A/C was harvesting X-trees at time of incident. [OFP508vm,DESK]

OREGON FIREPAGE EUGENE FIRE EMS << UNITS ENROUTE >> INJURY MVA RIVER RD. X UNK CROSS ATT Units responding to ALS MVA in Santa Clara area att. NFI.
TFC-ON: FIRE 2 154.265 [OFP508]

OREGON FIREPAGE DOUGLAS CO. FIRE 1ST ALM STRUC FIRE Units responding to reported structure fire on River Road? caller advs residence is full of smoke. TFC-ON: DCFD 154.370 [OFP508]

OREGON FIREPAGE LINCON CITY/NEWPORT FIRE STRUCTURE FIRE 2830 S.E. HILL ROAD Units ons fully involved barn fire Additional units enroute for water problems, animals evac'd. M/A: Linconc City, Depoe Bay for station coverage TFC-ON: 154.730 [OFP200,508]

Incident Log Complied by;

J.Newton, News Director
Oregon Firepage
http://www.oregonfirepage.com


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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.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2003

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 00:30
BROOKLYN: W/F (10-75) BOX 2889 @ BENSON AV AND BAY 22 ST. FIRE 2ND FLR / OCCUPIED BLDG. L-172 / FAST * 345 * MNS-2/IAP

@ 00:39
BROOKLYN: W/F BOX 2889 @ BENSON AV AND BAY 22 ST. 4 STY BRK 70 X 100 OMD. BATT-42. RPTS FIRE IN AN APT ON THE 1ST FLR W/EXT'N INTO THE WALLS. ADDT'L ENG AND TRK S/C (E-247 / L-148) DWH * 345/MNS-2/IAP

@ 00:42
BROOKLYN: 7-5-2889 -ALL-HANDS- @ BENSON AV AND BAY 22 ST. 4 STY BRK 70 X 100 OMD. BATT 42 RPTS FIRE FLRS 2 AND 3. ALL VISIBLE FIRE EXTINGUISHED. 2-LINES RUN. PRI/SCH NEGATIVE. DWH * 345 * MNS-2/IAP

@ 00:45
BROOKLYN: 7-5-2889 @ BENSON AV AND BAY 22 ST. 4 STY BRK 70 X 100 OMD. FIRE FLRS 2 AND 3. DIV-8. RPTS SECONDARY SCHS IN PROGRESS. PWH * 345 * MNS-2/IAP

@ 07:54
QUEENS: 111 PCT. LONG ISLAND RR @ CLEARVIEW EXPWY SERVICE RD. CAR WENT THROUGH THE FENCE & SITTING ON TRACKS OF THE PORT JEFFERSON LINE. POWER OFF HAS BEEN REQUESTED. MNS #10

@ 08:17
QUEENS: BATT 53 RPTS: LONG ISLAND RR @ CLEARVIEW EXPWY SERVICE RD. VICTIM HAS BEEN REMOVED TO FLUSING HOSP IN CARD ARREST. MNS #10/3

@ 08:50
QUEENS: BATT 53 RPTS: LONG ISLAND RR @ CLEARVIEW EXPWY SERVICE RD. RAILROAD OFFICIALS HAVE REQUESTED FDNY TO REMAIN ON SCENE UNTIL AFTER POWER HAD BEEN RESTORED. MNS #10/3

@ 09:12
QUEENS: 7-5-5967 @ 142-02 231 ST. FIRE OF 2 FL OF A 2 1/2 FR. DWELLING 20 X 40. 2 LINES STRETCHED, 1 OPER. PRIM SERCH ARE NEG, SEC SEARC IN BSMT & 1 FL ARE NEG. FIRE UNDER CONTROL. RETURN ALL SP. UNITS. PER BATT 54. MNS #10

@ 09:12
QUEENS: 7-5-597 aof 142-02 231 ST x SOUTH CONDUIT. B-54 REPTS FIRE 2nd FL OF A 2 STY PRI DWG. FIRE IS K/D & U/C ON TRANS OF THE A/H'S [MNS342]

@ 10:10
BROOKLYN: 7-5-982 @ 435 GRAND AVE. FIRE ON 4 FL. MNS #10

@ 10:17
BROOKLYN: 7-5-982 @ 435 GRAND AVE. FIRE ON 4 FL. 1 LINE IN OPER. SP. UNITS HAVE BEEN RETURNED. MNS #10

@ 10:20
BRONX: BOX 3802 @ 645 EAST 228 ST. BATT -15 USED 2 & 2 FOR DEFECTIVE OIL BURNER WITH A 25 GAL SPILL. NOW HAS REQUESTED A HAZ-TECT SQUAD TO RESPOND, & HAS DROPPED DOWN TO 1 & 1 AWAITING THE SQUAD. MNS #10

@ 12:48
BRONX: 7-5-3124 ANTHONY & BUSH ST. FIRE IN BSMT OF 6 STY 75 X 100 MD. P/W/H. MNS -88

@ 12:52
BRONX: 7-5-3124, ANTHONY AVE X E 179 ST, RUBBISH FIRE IN BSMT, 6 STY 75 X 100, FIRE K/D. MNS 154 IAP

@ 14:13
STATEN ISLAND: W/F BOX 547 AOF 27 TRINITY PL. @ TAYLOR ST. 2.5 STY WDFRM PD [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 14:16
STATEN ISLAND: 7-5-547 AOF 27 TRINITY PL. @ TAYLOR ST. 3 STY WDFRM PD FIRE 1ST. FL 1 LINE RUN S/C TK. BN - 22 [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 14:27
STATEN ISLAND: 7-5-547 AOF 27 TRINITY PL @ TAYLOR ST 3 STY WDFRM 20 X 30 PD FIRE 1ST FL EXT / TO 2ND FL 2 LINES IN OPER. VIS FIRE K/D PRI SCH NEG STILL DWH BN-22 [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 15:28
BROOKLYN: W/F BOX 958 AOF 1198 PACIFIC ST @ NOSTRAND AVE 6 BRK 100 X 100 OMD FIRE TOP FL S/C 1 E & 2 TKS [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 15:32
BROOKLYN: 7-5-958 AOF 1198 PACIFIC ST @ NOSTRAND AVE 6 BRK 100 X 100 OMD FIRE TOP FL [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 17:59
MANHATTAN: 7-5-394 6 WAVERLT PL @ B'WAY 12 STY 250 X 250 FIRE 6TH FL BN-6 [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 18:01
MANHATTAN: 7-5-394 B'WAY & MEECER STS. FIRE IN THE NYU UNIVERSITY A 12 STY 250 X 250. MNS -88- 17:59

@ 18:02
MANHATTAN: 7-5-394 CORR TO AOF 712 B'WAY @ WAVERLY PL 12 STY 250 X 250 NYU BLDG FIRE 6TH FL BN-6 [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 18:12
MANHATTAN: 7-5-394 AOF 712 B'WAY @ WAVERLY PL 12 STY 250 X 250 NYU BLDG FIRE 6TH FL MAIN BODY FIRE K/D SCH'S IN PROG. 2 LINES RUN DWH DIV-1 [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 18:15
MANHATTAN: 7-5-394 AOF 712 B'WAY @ WAVERLY PL 12 STY 250 X 250 NYU BLDG FIRE 6TH FL PRI SCH NEG PWH DIV-1 [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 21:07
QUEENS: 7-5-4948 aof 131-43 131 ST x 131 / 133 STS. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A 2.5 STY FRAME 20 x 40 PRI DWG. 1 LINE S/O. L-143 FAST [MNS342]

@ 21:52
QUEENS: 7-5-4948 aof 131-43 131 ST x 131 / 133 STS. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A 2.5 STY FRAME 20 x 40 PRI DWG. FIRE IS U/C. HOLDING 1E & 1T FOR OVERHAULING, REMAINDER BACK I/S [MNS342]


MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR METRO N. Y. STATE & VICINITY:

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2003

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 02:30
HEMPSTEAD, N..Y. (NASSAU CO) W/F 299 JACKSON AVE FIRE IS A GARDEN APT. COMPLEX MNS 266

@ 09:00
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) W/F 200 BLOCK OF JACKSON AVE. FIRE WAS IN A 2.5 FRAME VACANT.
FIRE WAS THRU ROOF ON ARRIVAL. 2ND. FIRE IN THE SAME BLOCK. MNS 266

@ 11:37
LAKEVIEW, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) PROPANE LEAK, AT WEST HEMPSTEAD HIGH SCHOOL ON NASSAU BLVD, 25 LB LPG TANK LEAKING AT LOC, RE-TONE FOR MANPOWER, ALSO REQ. N C FIRE MARSHAL HAZ MAT. MNS432/250

@ 12:02
LAKEVIEW FIRE DISTRICT: N.Y. ( NASSAU COUNTY ) AT THE WEST HEMPSTEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL. HAZMAT INCIDENT, LEAKING ACETELYNE TANK WITH FIRE. FIRE MARSHALL'S HAZMAT UNIT HAS BEEN REQUESTED, LAKEVIEW FIRE DEPARTMENT IS ON SCENE STRETCHING A PRECAUTIONARY LINE.

@ 17:53
MONSEY, N.Y. [ROCKLAND COUNTY) W/F 46 FORSHAY RD x ORCHARD HILL DRIVE. FIRE IN A HOUSE UNDER CONSTRUCTION. M/A TALLMAN ENG TO SCENE [MNS342]

@ 18:40
MONSEY , N.Y. [ROCKLAND COUNTY) W/F 46 FORSHAY RD x ORCHARD HILL DRIVE. FIRE IN A HOUSE UNDER CONSTRUCTION. COMMAND PLACES FIRE U/C [MNS342]

@ 21:10
EAST FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO.) **WORKING FIRE** 1966 BROAD HOLLOW RD. FIRE IN A UNK. TYPE BLDG. RETONE FOR MANPOWER. N.F.I. MNS 197

@ 23:03
COPAGUE, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO.) **HEAVY RESCUE** MVA/PIN. E/B SUNRISE HWY I.F.O. BLOCKBUSTER. X GREAT NECK RD. C,F,D, RESPONDING . MNS 197/74


NATIONAL NEWS: 11-18-03

@ 16:30
WONDER LAKE, IL. ( MCHENRY CO ) **3RD ALM** BOX 5-1650 @ 7616 HANCOCK DRIVE MCI FOR CO POISIONING [MNS-30*IAP]

@ 17:36
KEARNY, N.J. ( HUDSON ) **3RD ALM** ON SCHUYLER AVE HVY FIRE 3RD FL OF A OMD M/A IN NFI [MNS-516*IAP]


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


Brooklyn, N. Y. 11/19/03 @ 01:45 hrs.

Midwood Section

Box 3324
address: 1608 Ave. " O "
between: East 16th. St. & East 17th. St.

3324 @ 01:40
Engs. 276, 330, 354
Lads. 156, 172
Batt. 33

@ 01:44
"Batt. 33 to Brooklyn, K, 10 - 75 the Box, We have a fire on the 1st. floor of a 2 story frame dwelling. No Exposure problems. We have a heavy smoke condition thru out. Will be using All - Hands K"

10 - 75 - 3324 @ 01:44
TowerLadder 153 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 321
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. 31
Batt. 42 Division 15

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 3324 @ 01:44

Fire Building:
2 Story Frame 20 x 45 P. D.

@ 01:48
Batt. 33: At Box 3324, Primary search is in - progress. Truck's are "Opening Up" Still have a heavy smoke condition. 2 - lines stretched & in operation. We pulled ( 2 ) victims out from a rear bedroom window, appear to be fine, have an E.M.S. bus respond.

@ 01:50
Batt. 33: We have ( 1 ) 10 - 45 Code 2, need that E.M.S. bus forthwith " K "

@ 01:59
Division 15: Box 3324, Probably Will Hold, Primary searches are negative. By orders of Deputy Chief Quinn, Division 15.

@ 02:04
Division 15: Box 3324, we have an additional ( 2 ) 10 - 45's Code 3's.

@ 02:14
Division 15: At Box 3324, Fire is UnderControl. Secondary searches are all negative " K " This report from Deputy Chief Quinn, Division 15.

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Manhattan, N. Y. 11/19/03 @ 02:45 hrs.
Washington Heights Section

Box 1753
address: 524 West 184th. Street
between: Amsterdam Ave. & Audubon Ave.

1753 @ 02:36
Engs. 93, 67, 95
Lads. 45, 34
Batt. 13

@ 02:40
"Batt. 13 to Manhattan, 10 - 75 Box 1753, We have a fire on the 5th. floor of a 6 story M. D. Special call an extra Engine & Truck "

10 - 75 - 1753 @ 02:40
Ladder 36 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 43
Rescue Co. #3
Squad Co. #41
Batt. 16 Division 7

@ 02:40 Eng. 69 & Ladder 59 are s/c

Fire Building:
6 Story Brick 100 x 75 M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
Exp. #3: Is a 2 Story Taxpayer
Exp. #4: Is a street

@ 02:44
batt. 13 reports, Box 1753, Were using 2 Engines & 2 Trucks with the rest "fast" for a fire on the 5th. floor of a 6 story occupied multiple dwelling. 1 - line stretched & operating. Searches are in - progress. Truck's "Opening Up" Doubtful.

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1753 @ 02:53
Division 7 reports, Box 1753, We used All - Hands. Primary search of the fire floor and the floor above is negative. Fire was in Apt. 5 "david"

@ 02:54
Division 7: Box 1753, Secondary searches are complete & negative. Were UnderControl " K "

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 11/19/03 @ 09:00 hrs.
Upper East Flatbush / Eastern Parkway Area

Box 1030
address: 589 East New York Ave.
between: Brooklyn Ave. & Kingston Ave.

1030 @ 08:55
Engs. 249, 234, 248
Lads. 113, 123
Batt. 38

@ 08:58
"Batt. 38 to Brooklyn, urgent, 10 - 75 the Box, Fire 2nd. floor of a 2 story commercial. Special call ( 2 ) extra Trucks, ( 1 ) to be a TowerLadder.

10 - 75 - 1030 @ 08:58
Ladder 174 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 283
Rescue Co. 32
Squad Co. #252
Batt. 41 Division 15

@ 08:58 Ladder 132 & Towerladder 111 are s/c

@ 09:00
Batt. 38 reports, Transmit a 2nd. Alarm, we have fire on the 2nd. floor of a 2 story commercial warehouse, loaded with cardboard. Also, request E.M.S. to the scene for ( 2 ) injured workers.

Second Alarm:
2 - 2 - 1030 @ 09:00
Engs. 280, 214, 227, 257
Eng. 207 w/ Satalite 6
Batt. 48 "Safety Cord."
Batt. 57 "Comm. Cord."
Special Operations Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 / Tac. Support Unit #2

Fire Building:
2 Story Brick 130 x 100 Commercial

@ 09:06
Batt. 38: At the 2nd. Alarm, we have 3 - lines stretched, 2 - lines in operation. Truck's are "opening Up" We have the aerial ladders raised, setting up the TowerLadder. Fire is on the 2nd. floor. Heavy smoke condition. There are no sprinklers in the bldg. Fire's Doubtful.

@ 09:16
Division 15: At Box 1030, 2nd. Alarm, We have 3 - lines stretched & in operation. Fire is darkening down. Need E.M.S. for an injured worker. Transmit a 3rd. Alarm for relief.

Third Alarm:
3 - 3 - 1030 @ 09:16
Engs. 310, 240, 281, 222
Towerladder 120
Batt. 44 "3rd. Alarm Chief"
Batt. 37 "Staging Chief"
Mask Service Unit #1
Staging Area: Kingston Ave. & Maple Street

@ 09:24
Fieldcom 1: At the 3rd. Alarm, Primary searches are complete on the fire floor.

@ 09:44
Fieldcom 1: At the 3rd. Alarm, Primary searches are completed thru out the building. This will be a prolong operation due to extensive overhauling the stock in the bldg. Exhaust fans are set up for ventilation. Probably Will Hold.

@ 09:59
Fieldcom 1: At Box 1030, the 3rd. Alarm, Using ( 2 ) exhaust fans for ventilation. Fire is UnderControl by orders of Car 7 "adam"

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 11/19/03 @ 10:30 hrs.
Greenpoint Section

Box 166
address: 97 Monitor Street
between: Engert Ave. & Driggs Ave.

166 @ 10:21
Engs. 229, 212
Lads. 146, 104
Batt. 35

@ 10:24
"Eng. 229 to Brooklyn, urgent, 10 - 75 the box,
fire in a 3 story row frame dwelling K"

10 - 75 - 166 @ 10:24
Ladder 108 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Engs. 206, 221
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
Batt. 45 Division 1 s/c

@ 10:25
"Eng. 229 to Brooklyn, urgent, Transmit the 2nd. Alarm,
we have fire getting into the exposures.

Second Alarm:
2 - 2 - 166 @ 10:25
Engs. 238, 259, 230, 211
Lads. 106, 128
Eng. 9 w/ Satalite 1 s/c
Batt. 28 "Safety Cord."
Batt. 57 "Comm. Cord."
Special Operations Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 still working at 3 - 3 - 1030
Tac. Support Unit #1
Car 7 "adam"

@ 10:28
Special Call ( 2 ) additional Truck's, ( 1 ) to be a Towerladder. TowerLadder 115 & Ladder 102 are s/c

Fire Building:
3 Story Row Frames 20 x 60

@ 10:31
Batt. 35 reports, At Box 166, We have smoke pushing out of ( 5 ) cochloff's. Mainbody of fire is on the 1st. floor of 97 Monitor Street. Fire is being knocked down.

@ 10:34
Batt. 35: Putting Ladder 108 to work, make Ladder 102 the "New" "FAST" Truck " K "

@ 10:38
Batt. 35: At Box 166, We have smoke and fire pushing from ( 5 ) cochloff's. We have 4 - lines stretched & in operation. ( 1 ) TowerLadder in operation. Setting up the 2nd. TowerLadder. Fire remains Doubtful.

Third Alarm:
3 - 3 - 166 @ 10:43
Engs. 258, 291, 217, 277
TowerLadder 124 in the area & sent in.
Batt. 31 "3rd. Alarm Chief"
Batt. 58 acting 38 "Staging Chief"
Mask Service Unit
Staging Area: Driggs Ave. & Monitor St. in the Park.

@ 10:48
Special Call ( 1 ) additional Battalion Chief. Batt. 6 is s/c

@ 10:49
Division 1 reports, We have fire in ( 7 ) row frame dwellings. Exp. 2A, 2B, 2C, & Exp. 4A, 4B, & 4C We have 1 - line stretched & operating in ( 7 ) different bldgs. Truck's are "Opening Up" Still Doubtful.

@ 10:52
Division 1: We have smoke pushing out of 6 bldg's. Have the 3rd. Alarm companies report into the Command Post, Transmit a 4th. Alarm. Also, Special Call ( 2 ) additional Trucks above the 4th. Alarm " K "

Forth Alarm:
4 - 4 - 166 @ 10:52
Engs. 271, 325, 210, 224 acting 230
Lad. 110
Lads. 6 acting 104 & TowerLadder 9 acting TowerLadder 146 are s/c

@ 10:58
Special call a "New" Fast Truck. Ladder 173 acting 140 is now the "New" "FAST" Truck s/c

@ 11:06
Fieldcom 1 is enroute from the previous 3rd. Alarm.

@ 11:38
Fieldcom 1: Transmit a 5th. Alarm for relief purposes.

Fifth Alarm:
5 - 5 - 166 @ 11:38
Engs. 14 acting 216, 218, 292 acting 222 & 262 acting 237

@ 11:41
Fieldcom 1: By orders of Car 7 "adam" Probably Will Hold.

@ 11:44
Special call ( 2 ) additional Battalion Chief's Batt. 37 & Batt. 46 are s/c

@ 11:46
Special Call ( 3 ) additional Truck's
TowerLadder 111, Ladder 112, & Ladder 118 are s/c

@ 12:05
Fieldcom 1: Request Bldg's Dept. to respond to check on stability. Building's are in poor shape. A collaspe zone has been estabished.

@ 12:47
Fieldcom 1: Per Car 7 "adam" Primary searches in all bldg's are negative.

(Did not get the UnderControl report. Also, many units were special called in for relief purposes thru out the day)

@ 17:21
Batt. 48 reports, At the 5th. Alarm, All Fire Dept. operations are completed. Building's turned over to P.D. for security. All units taking - up.


exchief84@sbcglobal.net


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*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*
- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) n1qgs@yahoo.com

On November 19th:

1898
- Hancock Pt - ME - Steamer Sebenoa runs into Hancock Point Lighthouse in broad daylight

1907 - Sanbornton - NH - Old Seth Thompson Place near Calef Hill (4 miles from Franklin) - House and barn destroyed by fire

1934 - Fremont - NH, 281 Main Street - Lawler's Store (Barfield's Store/ Vining's Mkt / Bosworth's Mkt), 2.5 Story Wood Frame with attached 2 story ell, 2nd floor of building and the ell destroyed by fire

1999 - Fall River - MA - 2nd Alarm - 580 Second St - 3 Story Wood Frame occupied dwelling

2002 - Lyndon VT - 3rd Alarm - South Wheelock Rd - Dartmouth-Hitchcock Corner Medical Center historic former historic Lyndon Corner Graded School - 3 Story Brick Medical Offices - Heavy fire from the roof - Master stream operation - Mutual Aid 10 fire trucks from Lyndonville, St. Johnsbury, Sheffield-Wheelock, Sutton, East Burke, and Littleton four aerial towers operating structure's roof and interior were completely engulfed in flames. 45 minutes into fire the belfry of the former schoolhouse was nothing but charred, glowing timber. Fire and smoke was visible from I91 - A roofing company was working on the building's roof when the fire started - The Lyndon Corner Graded School was built in 1858. Its bell and belfry had once been part of the Lyndon Academy, built in 1831. Became a medical center about 1992


http://www.geocities.com/nhswna/onthisdate.htm


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YOUNGSTOWN, OH:

The Message Board of the Youngstown FD web site has an excellent "Apparatus Dictionary". The idea is to have photos of various styles of apparatus posted there so that it can be used as a reference. The photos already in the Apparatus Dictionary vary from early motorized apparatus to new deliveries.

Want to know what a 1939 Ahrens-Fox looks like? How about a Kenworth/Pierce, a Summit tanker or a Seagrave EMS patient transport engine? Don't see a topic for the type of apparatus you're looking for? Start a new category yourself or leave a photo request! Also, if you picture is smaller than 100 kb in size, it can be uploaded and stored on the YFD site.

Look for other features like the Virtual Swap Meet (post a free for sale or wanted ad for fire related item!) and the Fire Alarm Call Box Discussion. There are dozens of photo topics in the call box discussion showing unusual pieces of alarm equipment and photos of towns that are still using their dependable Gamewell systems! Have a picture of your favorite fire station, post it in the Fire Station topic where there old and new photos of stations from coast to coast. Many fire museums have photos and information listed on the site too.

Also, there are incident scenarios and a general firefighting discussion including an interesting new thread on enclosed pump compartments. Want to discuss a fire your town had recently or ask a "how would you do it question"? You can post notices about department fund raising events, parades or other events.

So, why not take a few minutes and have a look at the site? Maybe even register as a member and post a few pictures or comments! Stop in, say Hi! to everyone, and tell us what that nickname of yours means. It's fun and free....


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