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Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Central Time Zone)
2nd Alarm - SPRINGFIELD, MA: on Morris Street - Heavy fire in a large 4-story warehouse. M/A en-route.
*154.175* [TAC9-C461]. 3:32a.m.
PORTSMOUTH, VA: 3rd Alarm @ 800 Constitution Ave. Fire in an unknown type building. (VFN05). 3:48a.m.
2nd Alarm Equiv. HazMat - PAWTUCKET, RI: 727 School St. "Slater Dye". A caustic acid & hydrogen peroxide release with major evacuations of area. OIC requesting transit buses for shelter. M/A to work & cover. *154.445* [TAC9-C316]. 7:10a.m.
HILLSBOROUGH, NC (ORANGE) *Multiple Alarm* New Hwy 86 S. near I-85 at "Heartland Steakhouse". 1-story commercial restaurant - fully involved. M/A EFLx & Carrboro FD's. Approx 50 Firefighters on scene. (2.5hrs old).
Update - 2nd Alarm HazMat - PAWTUCKET, RI: 727 School St. OIC reporting a Level 2 MCI situation for evacuation of all homes & businesses in area. *154.445* [C25/C201/C304] [TAC9-C316]. 7:26a.m.
DETROIT, MI (from 01:30hrs) **Second Alarm** on Livernios south of W. McNicholes. 2-story 40x60 commercial building. 3 Ladder Pipes used. (FNNM200). 7:51a.m.
CHARLOTTE, NC (MECKLENBURG) **2nd Alarm++** 1001 Westinghouse Blvd at "Genpak" Large commercial building with high stacks of styrofoam burning. Companies increasing ventilation. S/C 1&1 above the 2nd Alarm. [CFP328*700]. 8:35a.m.
2nd Alarm - EVERETT, MA: 756 Broadway (Glendale Section) - Box 28. Fire in the walls of a 2.5-story wood frame. M/A from Somerville, Malden. *154.31* C257, C925 [TAC9-C768]. 10:12a.m.
PRINCE WILLIAM Co., VA: **2nd Alarm+ Equiv.** 13059 Minniville Rd (Dale City). Heavy fire in a used auto parts occupancy. MON 5C [DC FIRECOM]. 1:07p.m.
2nd Alarm - EPPING, NH: 38 Ladd Lane. Heavy fire showing from a church. *154.19/154.28* (C80/C53/C603/C642) [TAC9-C135]. 6:53p.m.
Update - 2nd Alarm - EPPING, NH: 38 Ladds Lane. Fire in a "Hindu Temple" Request 3 additional Engines to the scene.
*154.19/154.28* (C80/C53/C603/C642) [TAC9-C135]. 8:18p.m.
COBB Co., GA: 2nd Alarm, Paces Station Close, Paces Station Apts, multi-story building 25% involved, setting up tower ladder, tight location. partial list: 6E,1T,2Sqd,1R,2BC HNAN/BillD. 8:42p.m.
FAIRVIEW, NJ (BERGEN) **2nd Alarm** @ 379 Bergen Blvd. Fire on the #7 floor of a hi-rise occupuied multiple dwelling. DWH. MFR355 * EAN465 [EAN]. 10:24p.m.
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December 28, 2003
Deerfield FD (Portage): (Delayed from 0545) 2nd Alarm US 224 West of Circle. House fire. M/A Numerous tankers from Portage & Mahoning Counties. FPO/D323 ©
Akron FD (Summit): W/F 864 Berghoff St. Heavy smoke from vacant house. Person seen running from area. Cos: Eng 2, 4, Med 4, TL 4, BAT 2, 4. Arson S/C'd. FPO/D701 ©
Pleasant Twp FD (Franklin): W/F in area of Norton & Lukens. Cos: Eng 231, 203, 201, Tank 233, 491, 243, 251, Chief 231, BN 204. FPO/D221 ©
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December 29, 2003
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): W/F 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Magnesium fire. Cos: Eng 1, TL 1, Lad 2, Sqd 2. FPO/D703 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 2nd Alarm 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Reports of 5 people unaccounted for. FPO/D703 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 3rd Alarm 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. All employees accounted for. FPO/D703 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 4th Alarm 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Power has been cut to area. Long hose lays. Protecting exposure bldgs. More explosions imminent. FPO/700*/703*/D323 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 4th Alarm 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. FDs on scene: Garfield Heights FD, Maple Heights FD, Bedford Fire Division, Bedfore Heights FD, Independence FD, Valley View FD, Seven Hills FD, Cuyahoga Heights FD, Warrensville Heights FD, Cleveland FD, & others. Recall off-duty FFs for surrounding departments. FPO/700*/703*/D323 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 5th Alarm Equiv 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Fire still extremely DWH. Numerous explosions occuring. FPO/700*/703*/713*/D323 ©
West Lake, PA FD (Erie): W/F 400 Block of Indiana. Cos: Eng 4, 9, RP 1, Lad 2, Res 5, Util 7. DC 490 reports smoke showing from a 2.5 sty house. FPO/D800 ©
West Lake, PA FD (Erie): W/F 400 Block of Indiana. Eng 9 had 1 H/L S/O, Eng 4 on the hydrant. Fire K/D per DC 491. FPO/D800 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 5th Alarm Equiv 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Bedford Engine 12 to C/Q at Garfield Station 2. Macedonia Eng 2215 to C/Q @ Bedford Station. Eng 9 & TAC 5 from Cleveland FD assisting. Still DWH. FPO/700*/703*/713*/D323 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 5th Alarm Equiv 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Command requesting evacs of apartments overlooking fire area. Units on scene for VERY extended ops. FPO/700*/713*/D703 ©
Cleveland FD: (Delayed) W/F 7696 Decker. House fire. Cos: Eng 22, 30, Lad 30, Squad 3, & BN 6. Eng 17 - Worker. TL 10 - RIT. FPO/D700 ©
Cleveland FD: (Delayed) W/F East 73 & Cedar Ave. Heavy smoke from 3 sty vacant apt bldg. Cos: Eng 9, 17, Lad 17, Squad 1, & BN 1. TAC 5 - Worker. TL 10 - RIT. Air Supply 1 on the card. FPO/D700 ©
Akron FD (Summit): W/F 1031 Nome Ave. Quick K/D of a house fire. Cos: TL 6, Eng 9, Lad 9, BAT 4, 9. Red Cross S/C'd for 2. FPO/D701 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 5th Alarm Equiv 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Command requesting add'l evacs of houses along Henry St area due to wind shift. Very extended ops. Possibly until late tomorrow. FPO/713*/D703 ©
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December 30, 2003
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 5th Alarm Equiv 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Numerous massive explosions have been ongoing for approx 30-45 minutes. Being seen, heard, and felt for miles. FPO/713*/D703 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 5th Alarm Equiv 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. Add'l evacs in progress due to wind shifts. Add'l bldgs now involved in fire. Still DWH. FPO/713*/D703 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 1807 Northstar Rd. Cos: Eng 25, 7, 51, 71, Lad 13, 1, Med 25, BN 3, 5, Eng 71 reports fire coming out basement windows in 3 sty apt bldg. FPO/221/D284 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 1807 Northstar Rd. BN 3 (Flynn) has command. RIC: Eng 1, Med 7, Res17cuE, EMS 13, SO 2, Air Supply 1. FPO/221/D284 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 1807 Northstar Rd. Add BN 72, & Med 30 to the card. People being removed from windows. Heavy smoke conditions. FPO/221/D284 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: Extra Company W/F 1807 Northstar Rd. BN 3 requesting 2 extra Engines and 2 extra Medics. Eng 13, 9, Med 13, 71 enroute. Prevention 18 on the card. FPO/221/D284 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: Extra Company W/F 1807 Northstar Rd. BN 3 reports fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/221/D284 ©
Cleveland FD: W/F 10716 Kimberly. BN 6 reports heavy smoke from a 2.5 sty house. Cos: Eng 22, 30, Lad 30, Squad 4, & BN 6. Eng 10 - Worker. TL 10 - RIT. FPO/D700 ©
Cleveland FD: W/F 10716 Kimberly. Add TAC 5 to the card. FPO/D700 ©
Garfield Heights FD (Cuyahoga): 5th Alarm Equiv 4878 Chaincraft @ Garfield Alloys. 24 hours into incident. Most crews have been released. Crews still hitting hot spots and doing extensive mop-up. VERY Extended ops. FPO/D703 ©
Deerfield FD (Portage): MVA/ROLLOVER US 224 & SR 225. M/A Squad & Rescue from Atwater FD. FPO/D701 ©
Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): W/F 4741 South Carrington Ct. Cos: Eng 241, 243, 192, 82, Lad 240, TL 81, Med 194, 24, Air 241, Chief 241, BN 5. Red Cross S/C'd. FPO/D221 ©
Medina Twp FD (Medina): MVA/PIN SR 18 & I-71 area. MLF # 1 S/C'd. Medina Twp FD, Medina City FD & Medina LST all working. MF/FPO/D703 ©
Jerome Twp Division of Fire (Union): MVA/PIN US 42 & Crottinger Rd. Reported rollover with 1 Level 1 pinned. Res212enG, Med 210 working. MedFlight # 2 S/C'd. FPO/223/221/D260 ©
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December 31, 2003
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 5501 Chatford Sq. Cos: Eng 23, 161, 5, TL 23, 32, Res4cuE, Med 23, BN 6, 1. 2 sty apt bldg. FPO/221/260/D284 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 5501 Chatford Sq. RIC: Eng 32, Med 5, EMS 16, SO 2, Air Supply 1. BN 6 (Vingle) has command. Red Cross & Utilities S/C'd. FPO/221/260/D284 ©
Columbus Division of Fire: W/F 5501 Chatford Sq. BN 6 reports fire K/D. Holding all companies except SO 2 & BN 1. FPO/221/260/D284 ©
Youngstown FD: W/F Box # 5725 @ 922 Indianola. Cos: Eng 2, 15, 9, Sqd 33, Lad 24, BN 1, 2. BN 2 reports fire thru roof of a house. FPO/D724 ©
Maple Heights FD (Cuyahoga): Extra Company MVA Warrensville Center Rd & Libby Rd. 2 car head-on MVA. Cos: Eng 1, Sqd 1, 2. M/A Bedford Fire Division Sqd 17, Warrensville Heights FD Sqd 1. FPO/D703 ©
Youngstown FD: W/F 602 West Delason. Cos: Eng 2, 15, 3, Sqd 33, Lad 24, BN 1, 2. Eng 2 reports fire on 2nd floor of 2 sty house. FPO/D323 ©
Youngstown FD: W/F 602 West Delason. Eng 9 S/C'd. 2 civilians removed from house with life threatening injuries. Fire K/D. Companies will be picking up soon. FPO/D323* ©
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(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)
2nd ALARM SPRINGFIELD, MA. ON MORRIS STREET-HEAVY FIRE IN A LARGE 4 STORY WAREHOUSE-M/A ENROUTE. *154.175* [TAC9-C461]. 4:32a.m.
HAZMAT PAWTUCKET, RI 727 SCHOOL ST "SLATER DYE COMPANY" CAUSTIC ACID & HYDROGEN PEROXIDE RELEASE W/ EVACUATIONS TO THE NORTH OF THE BUILDING M/A TO WORK AND COVER *154.445* [C25] [TAC9-C316]. 8:04a.m.
2ND ALARM EQUIV HAZMAT PAWTUCKET, RI 727 SCHOOL ST "SLATER DYE" A CAUSTIC ACID & HYDROGEN PEROXIDE RELEASE W/ MAJOR EVACUATIONS OF AREA OIC REQUESTING TRANSIT BUSES FOR SHELTER M/A WORK & COVER*154.445* [TAC9-C316]. 8:10a.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM HAZMAT PAWTUCKET, RI 727 SCHOOL ST OIC REPORTING A LEVEL 2 MCI SITUATION FOR EVEACUATION OF ALL HOMES & BUSINESSES IN AREA *154.445* [C25/C201/C304] [TAC9-C316]. 8:26a.m.
W/F EVERETT, MA 756 BROADWAY FIRE IN A 2.5 STORY WOODFRAME M/A FROM MALDEN *154.31* C925 [TAC9-C768]. 11:01a.m.
U/D W/F EVERETT, MA 756 BROADWAY FIRE IN A 2.5 STORY WOODFRAME FIRE ON FLOOR #1 NOW K/D *154.31* C257 [TAC9-C768]. 11:03a.m.
2ND ALARM EVERETT, MA 756 BROADWAY (GLENDALE SECTION) BOX 28 FIRE IN THE WALLS OF A 2.5 STORY WOODFRAME M/A SOMERVILLE, MALDEN *154.31* C257, C925 [TAC9-C768]. 11:12a.m.
W/F AUBURN, ME. 2578 HOTEL ROAD A STRUCTURE FIRE COMPANIES REPORT FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. M/A ENGINE FROM LEWISTON FOR RIT. *153.890* C150/C768 [TAC9-C101]. 11:30a.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM EVERETT, MA 756 BROADWAY FIRE EXTENDED FROM 1ST TO 3RD FLOOR IN A 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME. FIRE K/D, OVERHAULING *154.31* [TAC9-C768]. 11:56a.m.
W/F SHELTON, CT ON SHELTON AVE FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE. CT151 [TAC9-C101]. 1:07p.m.
MVA GEORGETOWN, MA I-95 SOUTH BEFORE EXIT 54, RTE 133. SERIOUS MVA WITH ENTRAPMENT. MSP REPORTING POSSIBLE (1)10-45 CODE 1 (FATAL) *800* [TAC9-C768]. 1:51p.m.
ACW SALEM MA BOX 64 MASON & TREMONT FOR A COUPLE OF TRAILERS GOING IN MACK PARK *483.4625* C316 [TAC9-C171]. 2:21p.m.
W/F WATERVILLE ME 42 KIMBALL ST FIRE IN A 4 BRICK APT. BLDG W/HEAVY SMOKE *154.205* C411 [TAC9-C171]. 2:40p.m.
MVA STOUGHTON MA ROUTE 24 SOUTH AT ROUTE 139. JAWS GOING TO WORK. AVON,CANTON AND RANDOLPH ALSO ASSISTING. *453.025* C06 [TAC9-C519]. 5:32p.m.
U/D STOUGHTON MA ROUTE 24 SOUTHBOUND AT RT 139 REQUEST FOR MEDFLIGHT. REPORTED 1 1045 TRAPPED AND 2 1045S EJECTED. C06/C461 [TAC9-C519]. 5:37p.m.
W/F PROVIDENCE,RI BOX 4123 59 WISDOM ST FIRE ON FLOOR 2 OF A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME B/O ENGINE 15 *151.22* C316 [TAC9-C520]. 6:15p.m.
W/F NEW HAVEN, CT: ORCHARD AND LEGION. FIRE IN A STORE ON FLOOR 1 OF A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME. (CWP). [TAC9-C51]. 6:36p.m.
2ND ALARM EPPING NH 38 LADD LANE HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A CHURCH *154.19/154.28* (C80/C53/C603/C642) [TAC9-C135]. 7:53p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM EPPING NH 38 LADDS LANE FIRE IN A "HINDU TEMPLE" REQUEST (3) ADDITIONAL ENGINES TO THE SCENE *154.19/154.28* (C80/C53/C603/C642) [TAC9-C135]. 8:18p.m.
ACW NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI: 8 KIMBERLY CT. FIRE IN THE WALLS OF AN OCCUPIED DWELLING. 1 LINE STRETCHED AND OPERATING. PWH. *154.2500* (C201). [TAC9-C51]. 10:11p.m.
W/F WILTON, CT. ON GRANITE DRIVE-FIRE IN A GARAGE-M/A TANKER FROM RIDGEFIELD TO THE SCENE. CT151/1062 [TAC9-C461]. 11:03p.m.
ACW LOWELL MA 141 GROVE ST A GARAGE FIRE COMPANIES LAYING LINES *154.205* C222 [TAC9-C134]. 11:09p.m.
W/F LOWELL MA 141 GROVE ST A GARAGE FIRE 2 LINES RUN AND OPERATING EXTRA ENGINE TYO FIRE AS RIT TEAM *154.205* C222,C461,C80 [TAC9-C134]. 11:16p.m.
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Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)
CHESTERFIELD, VA: W/F, 20118 ROUGHWOOD DR. E82 O/S, HVY SMOKE FROM SIDE 'D' OF SINGLE STY S/F/D. S/C K-66 & DINWIDDIE K-4. RIT IN PLACE, UNITS IN OFFENSIVE ATTACK. MON TAC 3. (VFN124). 12:43a.m.
U/D CHESTERFIELD, VA: W/F, 20118 ROUGHWOOD RD. CMD ADV FIRE U/C, ROOM & CONTENTS ONLY. CANCEL K-66; DINN K-4 TO BACKFILL CO 8. *FINAL* (VFN124). 1:03a.m.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA: W/F @ 1832 RISING SUN ARCH. FIRE IN A 1STY SFD.  (VFN05). 4:24a.m.
PORTSMOUTH, VA: 3RD ALM @ 800 CONSTITUTION AVE. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE BLDG. OPS ON TAC 2.  (VFN05). 4:48a.m.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA: W/F 5800 BLK JEFFERSON AVE. QUINT-7 O/S OF A FULLY INVOLVED STRUCTURE. (175/vm) (VFN102). 7:57a.m.
PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA (DALE CITY): W/F, 13059 MINNIVILLE RD. HEAVY FIRE IN USED AUTO PARTS OCCUPANCY. OPS ON 5-C. [DC FIRECOM] (VFN124). 2:12p.m.
U/D PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: W/F, 13059 MINNIVILLE RD, NOW **2ND ALARM+ EQUIV OPERATIONS**. MON 5-C.  [DC FIRECOM] (VFN124). 2:17p.m.
PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA (DUMFRIES): W/F, 2156 HUNTSMITH LANE. W503 DISP'D FOR FIRE ALARM, NOW REQ TO FILL THE BOX FOR THE W/F. PR WILLIAM, MANASSAS, QUANTICO UNITS ON THE JOB. MON 5-D. (VFN124). 3:03p.m.
HENRICO CO, VA: MVA/TRAP, THREE CHOPT RD & PARK TERRACE DR (E13'S AREA). 2 VEH MVA W/TWO TRAPPED. 30 MIN TRAP TIME. ONE PT ENR TO VCU, 2ND PT BEING PACKAGED ATT. (VFN124). 4:04p.m.
URBANNA (MIDDLESEX CO) VA: W/F 151 GOLD FINCH LN. BEDROOM FIRE IN 2 STY DWELLING, NOW THRU THE ROOF. DELTAVILLE, HARTFIELD & WATERVIEW VFD'S ON THE ASSIST. S/C FOR DELTAVILLE LADDER 46 *155.295* (VFN102). 6:28p.m.
(U/D) URBANNA (MIDDLESEX CO) VA: W/F 151 GOLD FINCH LN. TANKER SHUTTLE OPS ESTABLISHED. LADDER-46 CANCELLED, CONTINUING ALL INBOUND TANKERS. VA POWER REQUESTED. NO WORD ON PRIMARY SEARCH ATT (VFN102). 6:47p.m.
FROG LEVEL (CAROLINE CO) VA: W/F ITA 16315 DAWN BLVD ACROSS FROM DAWN COMMUNITY SERVICE CTR. BRUSH FIRE EXTENDED INTO AN UNK TYPE STRUCTURE. REQ FOR SHERIFF DEPT TO CHECK ON FEMALE SUBJECT. M/A HANOVER CO *154.385* (VFN102). 11:23p.m.
(U/D) FROG LEVEL (CAROLINE CO) VA: W/F ITA 16315 DAWN BLVD. CMD MARKING INCIDENT U/C, 1 POSS. BURN PATIENT. REQ FOR ARSON INVESTIGATOR. RETURNING SOME COMPANIES, HOLDING Co.5 UNITS INDEFINITELY. FINAL (VFN102). 11:31p.m.
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Covering New Jersey, New York Metro area and
parts of Pennsylvania & Delaware.
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)
EAST RUTHERFORD (BERGEN) NJ *W/S/F* @ 321 LAUREL PKWY. NFI. (0145HRS) EAN465 EAN3305. 2:25a.m.
QUEENS NY A/H'S BOX 4966, 30-61 156 ST, DIV-14 RPS FIRE IN BASEMENT & 2ND FLR OF A 2.5 STY FRM PVT DWLG, 2 LINES S/O'G DWH EAN100. 8:48a.m.
BROOKLYN NY *FATAL CAR FIRE* 2148 ATLANTIC AVE, FDNY ENG CO. FOUND A DOA IN AN AUTO AFTER EXTINGUISHING A FIRE IN IT EAN100. 8:59a.m.
U/D QUEENS A/H'S BOX 4966, 30-61 156 ST, DIV-14 RPTS FIRE IS NOW PWH, SECONDARY SEARCHES IN BASEMENT DELAYED DUE TO LG AMOUNT OF CLUTTER. EAN100. 9:10a.m.
JERSEY CITY (HUDSON)**HAZ MAT** ST PAULS AND CHARLOTTE AVE A VACANT/ABANDONED TRACTOR TRAILER WITH (2) 55 GALLON DRUMP'S UNKNOWN IF THE DRUMPS'S ARE LEAKING PD CLOSING OFF A 2 BLOCK AREA EAN301/ EAN685. 10:16a.m.
ELMWOOD PARK (BERGEN) **AMBULANCE FIRE** AT THE AMBULANCE HEADQUATERS A ENGINE COMPARTMENT FIRE IN ONE OF THE AMBULANCE FIRE IS K/D AND OUT OF THE STRUCTURE EAN3311. 7:47p.m.
PENNSAUKEN TWP NJ (CAMDEN) *ALL-HANDS* 175 DEOUSSE AVE. FIRE IN A COMM'L BLDG M/A TO SCENE. SCENE OF PREVIOUS FIRE. RPT'S OF OCC'S TRAPPED. EAN3307/08 EAN3305. 8:22p.m.
LONG BRANCH,NJ (MONMOUTH) *WORKING FIRE* 315 BRIGHTON AVE. CMD O/S WITH A W/F ON THE ROOF OF A UNKNOWN TYPE DWELLING. NJ4310/ EAN90. 8:52p.m.
U/D LONG BRANCH **W/S/F** FIRE IS IN A GREENHOUSE ON PROPERTY OF BRUNO AND SONS FLORIST.REQUEST HOUSING FOR 4 DISPLACED PERSONS FROM A DWELLING ON THE FIRE PROPERTY.CITY NOW WORKING SEVERAL FIRE CALL'S EAN90 EAN12. 9:21p.m.
FAIRVIEW, NJ (BERGEN) **2ND ALARM** @ 379 BERGEN BLVD. FIRE ON THE #7 FLR. OF A HI-RISE OMD. DWH. MFR355 * EAN465 EAN465. 11:24p.m.
DOVER TWP NJ: (OCEAN CO) W/F RT-37 & CLIFTON AV FIRE IN THE HOLIDAY INN, FIRE K/D HVY SMOKE COND REQ EMS EAN10. 11:28p.m.
*U/D* DOVER TWP NJ: W/F RT-37 & CLIFTON AV FIRE AT THE HOLIDAY INN MOTEL ONE VICTIM WITH SMOKE INHALATION HVY SMOKE COND FIRE K/D... EAN10. 11:41p.m.
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Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)
TORONTO (CANADA) Report:
TORONTO 99 AVENUE RD HVY SMK LOBBY OF OFFICE BLDG. XMAS TREE FIRE B/O C31 TFN332 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 1:57a.m.
W/F TORONTO,57 WADE AVE.3 STORY FACTORY.S2.TFN341 Sent via BlackBerry on the Bell Mobility network (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:15a.m.
U/D TORONTO.57 WADE AVE.EX.AERIAL,SQUAD + AIRLITE,TFN341 Sent via BlackBerry on the Bell Mobility network (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:18a.m.
U/D TORONTO.2ND.57 WADE AVE.TFN341 Sent via BlackBerry on the Bell Mobility network (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:30a.m.
TORONTO,U/D,2ND ALARM,2-3 STORY VAC.FACTORIES.2 AERIALS UP,TFN341 Sent via BlackBerry on the Bell Mobility network (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:56a.m.
U/D WADE AVE, TORONTO, UPGRADED TO A 3RD ALM, INNITIAL REPORT ON EMS WAS THAT IT IS AN ABANDON CEMENT FACTORY, *TAC S-2* TFN409 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:57a.m.
TORONTO,U/D.57 WADE AVE.FIRE K/D,BX12 RES.PWH.TFN341 Sent via BlackBerry on the Bell Mobility network (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:24a.m.
WF TORONTO,208 MORTIMER AVE.SFD.S3.TFN341 Sent via BlackBerry on the Bell Mobility network (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:42a.m.
UD TORONTO,2ND 57 WADE AVE.U/C,B/O,CMD30.TFN341 Sent via BlackBerry on the Bell Mobility network (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:45a.m.
POSS SHOOTING, ACTON ON, DANVILLE AVE, 2 MALES IN BASEMENT HEARD SHOTS FIRED UPSTAIRS. MOS ENROUTE EN MASS. *1 DIST* TFN409 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:01p.m.
U/D POSS SHOOTING, ACTON ON, DANVILLE AVE, POSS 2 RIFLES IN RES. FIRST 2 ARRIVING MOS NOT ANSWERING RADIO CALLS NFI ATT. *1 DIST* TFN409 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:07p.m.
U/D SHOOTING, ACTON ON, DANVILLE AVE, NOW CONFIRMED SHOOTING. MALE BEING WORKED ON. STILL LOOKING FOR WEAPON. *1 DIST* TFN409 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:11p.m.
W/F INNISFIL ONT ### FLORENCE AV 1FR DET. DWELLING W/I ICM/TFN332 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:43p.m.
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Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Eastern Time Zone)
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Building Fire/ 3603 Eastern Ave/ Cmd BC1 reporting heavy fire showing/ WFD Sounded/ Crews maiking an Interior attack ATT/ Ops on C-1 MFN-1. 12:29a.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ 400 Blk N Luzerne Av (Box 51-19)/ T-1 reporting 2 story Occupied/ heavy fire & smoke showing/ reported child trapped/ Ops on C-5 MFN-4. 2:34p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ UPDATE: 400 Blk N Luzerne Av (Box 51-19)/ **Working Fire**/ BC-1 reporting fire extending/ heavy fire conditions/ Ops on C-5 MFN-4. 2:37a.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ UPDATE: 400 Blk N Luzerne Av (Box 51-19)/ **WFD**/ Command reporting 2 small children coming out/ req 3 Medics/ Ops on C-5 MFN-4. 2:42a.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ FINAL: 436 N Luzerne Av (Box 51-19)/ **WFD**/ BC-1 reporting 2 Pri 1 Ped patients enroute to Hopkins/ fire contained/ Ops on C-5 MFN-4. 2:58a.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City/ Working Dwelling Fire/ Box 6-21/ 21 East Eager St/ Units O/l Rptng 2 stry mog Fire In Basement MFN-13. 5:34a.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Montgomery County, MD/ MVC with Rescue and Medevac/ Shady Grove Rd and Epilson Dr (Gathersburg)/ Cmd reporting a working rescue/ Medevac requested/ LZ near the scene. MFN/T9CW44 MFN1. 2:27p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Washington DC/ Dwelling Fire/ 4200 "E" Street NE/ Cmd reporting a 3 stry dwelling with fire in the 2nd , 3rd and Cockloft area/ Crews have a good konck ATT. MFN/T9CW44 MFN-1. 5:35p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore Co, MD/ MVC with Ejection and Multiple Medics/ North Rolling Rd at Tudsberry Rd/ Cmd req the 3rd Medic unit to respond/ Ops on TG-4. MFN3 MFN-1. 5:48p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ 515 N Monroe St (Box -36-3)/ BC 3 (Cooper) reporting 2 sty/ smoke showing 1st flr/ possible basement fire/ req air cascade/ Ops on C-1 MFN-5. 7:23p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ UPDATE: corrected address-518 N Monroe St (Box 36-3)/ Command reporting 3 story Occupied/attack lines stretched to the basement/ fire contained/ will hold with present assignment/ Ops on C-1 MFN-5. 7:31p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore Co, MD/ Structure Fire/ Rutman La & Flood rd (Box 6-12)/ units arrived report large body of fire/leading in 5 inch/ Ops on TG22 MFN-45. 7:58p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore Co, MD/ Structure Fire/ Retman la and Flood rd (Box 6-12)/ cmd reports "wf" i/2 whse involved/Al Corporation// Ops on TG22 MFN-45. 8:07p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore County, MD/ Structure Fire/ Retman La & Flood rd/ The Al Corp (Box 6-12)/ cmd now advises fire appears to be outside in two different loc/light smoke inside// Ops on TG22 MFN-45. 8:12p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore Co, MD/ Structure Fire/ Retman La & Flood rd/ The Al Corp (Box 6-12)/ "final"/cmd adv fuc/had 2 lg exterior fires appearing to be trash/holding present assignment/ Ops on TG22 MFN-45. 8:22p.m.
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MFN-FIRE/EMS: Montgomery Co, MD/ Building Fire/ 44 Russell Ave / Cmd reporting fire showing with people trapped/ Task Force Sounded. MFN/CW44 MFN1. 11:45p.m.
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Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)
INCIDENT COMMAND GLENDALE FIRE DEPT. 962A OFC INVOLVED GLEN HARBOR/GLENDALE CMD E194 ons of a 962A involving a motor officer with minor injuries. TFC-ON Ch6 154.310, Glendale PD Ch1 TG/301 [ICP245]. 7:57a.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND AVONDALE FIRE DEPT. 2-1 MEDICAL RESPONSE DYSART / MCDOWELL Units ONS of a multi patient MVA TFC-ON: Ch9 155.670 [ICP242]. 3:08p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND MESA FIRE DEPT 2-1MEDICAL RESPONCE 5998 E BROWN ROAD TFC-ON Ch2 154.235 [ICP112W]. 3:58p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND MESA FIRE DEPARTMENT -HELICOPTER REQUEST- BROWN RD & RECKER Med helo enroute for a car vs ped. TFC-ON Ch2 154.235 PD Ch4 154.815 [ICP963m]. 4:34p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND GOODYEAR FIRE DEPT 3-1 HOUSE FIRE W/F 713 E VIA ELENA ST TFC-ON Ch8 153.770 [ICP112W]. 5:12p.m.
INCIDENT UPDATE; GoodyearFD 3-1// units onscene requesting a RIC eng and utility for a working fire TFC-ON Ch8 153.770 [ICP112]. 5:17p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND FORT McDOWELL F.D. -HELICOPTER REQUEST- AZ-87 @ VERDE RIVER AirEvac4 approaching the scene in a desert area for an unknown med incident TFC-ON: Ch1 154.085 AE/155.325 [ICP803]. 5:49p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND MESA FIRE DEPT 962HR HELICOPTER REQUEST WB US 60 @ HIGLEY 1 Helos responding of off freeway LZ. TFC-ON Ch2 154.235. [ICP112W]. 5:52p.m.
INCIDENT UPDATE: MesaFD HR // LZ is the LOWES Parking Lot. Sounds like extrication in progress on vehicle in the inside lane. TFC-ON Ch2 154.235 [ICP112W]. 5:56p.m.
INCIDENT UPDATE: MesaFD HR // Native air has landed at Lowes and patient enroute to them. 30yr old female with chest and abd pain, air bag deployed on her car. 2nd helo cancelled att. TFC-ON Ch2 154.235 [ICP112W]. 6:02p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT 962 VEHICLE VS PED 7TH AVE X CAMELBACK RD Repored by units onscene as very serious, maybe a trauma code. TFC-ON Ch5 153.830 [ICP112W]. 7:20p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT. 3-1 HOUSE FIRE W/F 2818 West ROSE LANE Units onscene of a working house fire. RIC, Utility & Rehab enroute. TFC-ON Ch9 155.670 [ICP963]. 7:51p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT. 3-1 HOUSE FIRE W/F 2818 West ROSE LANE Units ONS of a working fire. TFC-ON: Ch9 155.670 [ICP242]. 7:53p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT 3-1 HOUSE FIRE W/F 4531 N 43RD STREET TFC-ON Ch8 153.770 [ICP112W]. 9:30p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT 1ST ALARM FIRE W/F 4531 N 43RD STREET Units onscene of a Condo fire. TFC-ON Ch8 153.770 [ICP112W]. 9:37p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND PHOENIX FIRE DEPT. 1ST ALARM STRUCTURE 4531 N 43RD ST TFC-ON Ch8 153.770 [ICP444]. 9:37p.m.
INCIDENT UPDATE: PhoenixFD Hse // units onscene have a working fire in a condo, RIC engine & Utility 29 Rehab 3 enroute. TFC-ON Ch8 153.770 PD 155.520 [ICP112W]. 9:37p.m.
INCIDENT UPDATE: PhoenixFD 1A // CMD reports fire under control, and PAR. TFC-ON Ch8 153.770 [ICP191,444,112W]. 9:46p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND GLENDALE FIRE DEPT. 962X - EXTRICATION 43RD AVE & MISSOURI Units onscene of a P/U into the back of a bus with 1 pt needing extrication. TFC-ON Ch9 155.670 [ICP444]. 9:51p.m.
INCIDENT UPDATE: GlendaleFD 962X // Per CMD, hold Sta15 & SW56, recall assignment. TFC-ON Ch9 155.670,SWAmb 460.550 [ICP444]. 9:55p.m.
INCIDENT COMMAND TEMPE FIRE DEPT 901-G GUN SHOT WOUND 1865 E BROADWAY RD TFC-ON Ch7 154.175 PD SOUTH T/G 33680 [ICP191W,112W]. 9:56p.m.
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Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Mountain Standard Time)
APSN ALERT: 3-1 HOUSE FIRE Phoenix Fire Dept 9610 N 10TH AVE Units ons of a working attic fire advising fire control FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN01]. 8:10a.m.
APSN ALERT: MVA/HELO REQUEST La Paz County Sheriff SR95 @ M.P. 156 Native8 enroute for an mva. FREQ: Ch1 155.310 [APSN02m]. 9:03a.m.
APSN ALERT: 3-1 HOUSE FIRE Goodyear Fire Dept. 713 E VIA ELENA ST FREQ Ch8 153.830 [APSN03]. 5:14p.m.
APSN ALERT: 3-1 STRUCTURE FIRE GOODYEAR FIRE DEPT 713 E VIA ELENA Working attic fire FREQ: CH8 153.770 [APSN01]. 5:14p.m.
APSN ALERT: 3-1 STRUCTURE FIRE Phoenix Fire Dept 4214 S 47TH STREET FREQ: CH8 153.770 [APSN01]. 6:56p.m.
APSN ALERT: SHOOTING Phoenix Police Dept. 2902 W. Van Buren St. 2 GSW victims down at the check store. FREQ: Chase3 155.790 453.450 [APSN18]. 7:06p.m.
APSN UPDATE: Shooting // Units advising 1 victim with a gsw to the sholder and 1 shot in the leg. Suspects fled on foot. FREQ: Chase3 155.790 453.450 [APSN18]. 7:09p.m.
APSN ALERT: 3-1 House Fire Phoenix Fire Dept. 2818 W. Rose Lane E26 ONS of a working fire and laying a supply line. FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN18]. 7:52p.m.
APSN UPDATE: PhxFD 3-1 House // CMD Advising they have an A/C on the structure, fire under control was contained to the rear of the house. Utility Co enroute for lines down. S/C for an AR-Van and an investigator.
FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN01,18]. 8:00p.m.
APSN ALERT: BAL 1A STRUCTURE Phoenix Fire Dept. 4531 N. 43rd St. BC2 CMD ONS with a working fire in a condo, emergency tones sounded for live wires down on the fireground. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN18]. 9:34p.m.
APSN ALERT: BAL 1A STRUCTURE Phoenix Fire Dept. 4531 N. 43rd St. BC2 CMD ONS with a working fire in a condo, emergency tones sounded for live wires down on the fireground. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN18]. 9:39p.m.
APSN UPDATE: PhxFD 1A Str // CMD advising crews have fire control and an A/C on the fire ground. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN01,18]. 9:46p.m.
APSN ALERT: 901G - SHOOTINGTempe Police Dept 1865 E BROADWAY FREQ: CH7 154.145 TG/33680 [APSN01]. 10:01p.m.
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Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Central Time Zone)
STLFN: DARDENNE PRAIRIE, MO (ST. CHARLES COUNTY) - Cottleville FPD has a 1st Alarm residential fire at 1524 Henning Rd x-st Weldon Springs Estates. Equipment move-ups are being made. NFI/ATT. [STL810]. 10:01a.m.
STLFN: U/D - DARDENNE PRAIRIE, MO (ST. CHARLES COUNTY) - Cottleville FPD's 1st Alarm working fire at 1524 Henning Rd x-st Weldon Springs Estates: Believe this be a garage or barn. Unknown if attached to a house. [STL810]. 10:09a.m.
STLFN: MEHVLILLE FPD of ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO: has a 1st Alarm fire at/near "Super Smokers BBQ" - 10109 Watson Rd. Smoke showing from a distance. Lines being laid. Companies: 1730 1345 1210 1750 1737 1702. [STL810]. 10:21a.m.
STLFN: U/D - SUNSET HILLS, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) 1st Alarm fire at/near "Super Smokers BBQ" - 10109 Watson Rd: Smoke & fire showing on arrival. Lines being laid. Aerial will be raised. Equipment move-ups being made. [STL810]. 10:23a.m.
STLFN: U/D - SUNSET HILLS, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) 1st Alarm fire at/near "Super Smokers BBQ". 10109 Watson Rd. Speical call has been made for an extra Pumper to respond to the fire. Fenton 1324 is responding. [STL810]. 10:39a.m.
STLFN: U/D - SUNSET HILLS, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) 1st Alarm fire at/near "Super Smokers BBQ" - 10109 Waston Rd: Command 1702 reports the fire is under control. [STL810]. 10:49a.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO - STLFD Pumper 11 was struck by a thrown rock in the 2800 block of Gamble St. A window has been broken on the apparatus. No Firefighter injuries reported. [STL810]. 10:53a.m.
STLFN: ST.LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working fire @ 4469 Anderson. House fire - small fire. 1 civilian with superficial burns in car of the Medic Unit. Fire under control. [STL899]. 6:58p.m.
Incidents from CIFN - Central Illinois Fire Network
-compiled by Jamie Joyce
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
(Central Time Zone)
CIFN-LOCAL: PEORIA, IL: Working kitchen fire/ 1225 E. Rouse Peoria Heights/ Operations on 154.370/ Everyone report out of the house. NINN IL019 4:32 am
CIFN-LOCAL: PEMBROKE (KANKAKEE CO IL): Fully involved structure fire 12092 E Russell NFI ATT CIFN*140 5:31 am
CIFN-LOCAL: PEMBROKE (KANKAKEE CO IL) U/D: Fully involved trailer fire Command requesting ambulance for 2 patients with smoke inhalation CIFN*140 5:41 am
CIFN-LOCAL: PEMBROKE (KANKAKEE CO IL): Structure fire 2569 S 17250 E Rd. NFI ATT CIFN140 6:49 pm
CIFN-LOCAL: CHAMPAIGN IL (CHAMPAIGN): 2 car MVA Windsor St/Neil St Champaign Engine 12, Arrow Ambulance. 2 patients confirmed CIFN*125 8:37 pm
GRIDLEY IL (McLEAN COUNTY): Car accident with injuries Rt. 24 1 mile east of Gridley. Gridley Ambulance and Fire enroute Also call for paramedic unit from Bloomington to respond. CIFN # 4 9:16 pm
SPRINGFIELD IL: General alarm for the working structure fire at 115 Shennanoah Reported as a house trailer fully involved in front on arrival. Batt. 1, Engines 3, 4, 8, 10, Trucks 1, 2 working. [CIL-5,CIFN-3] 9:32 pm
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WINDSOR LOCKS, CT:
It is with extreme personal regret to announce the LODD of Kenneth Jeffery, Assistant Chief, Groton, CT Sub Base Fire Department.
Chief Jeffery was working on Christmas Day (one of his last shifts prior to his well deserved retirement) when he become ill. After being evaluated at a local Hospital for what was determined to be an aortic related injury, he was flown to Hartford Hospital. He under went surgery and a few days later suffered a heart attack. After an all out effort by Hartford Hospital Staff, many of which were personal friends, he passed away Wednesday evening, December 31st, 2003.
Brother Ken Jeffery was also the active Fire Chief of the Windsor Locks Fire Department with over 30 years of service. He was also an Instructor at the CT Fire Academy. Chief Jeffery was involved in many fire service organizations and touched the lives of many of us.
Kenny was 52 yoa and leaves behind his wife, Kathy and son, Timothy who is also a Fire Fighter with the Windsor Locks Fire Department.
Our thoughts and PRAYERS go out to Kenny's Family, the Brothers and Sisters of both the Groton Sub Base and Windsor Locks Fire Departments, the Staff of the CT Fire Academy and the many other friends from both within and out of the fire service.
The wake will be on Friday, January 2nd, 2004 from 16:00 - 20:00 hours (4:00pm-8:00pm) at the Brown Funeral Home, 43 Shaker Road, Enfield, CT. (Both the Sub Base & Windsor Locks FD's will be providing an Honor Guard Post)
The Funeral will be Saturday, January 4th, 2004 at 10:00 hours at St. Mary's RC Church, 40 Spring Street, Windsor Locks, CT.
The designated STAGING locations will be the Windsor Locks High School, South Elm Street. It is strong recommended to car pool / bus attendees to the staging location. There will be shuttle busses provided to the Church. Staging will start at 08:00 hours. NO fire apparatus is requested with the exception of the Sub Base and Windsor Locks FD's.
Following the Church Service, there will be a Fire Service march to the Cemetery followed by a reception at the WLFD Safety Complex.
For further details / information refer to http://www.wlfd.com
God Bless, Stay Safe and Keep the Faith!
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LOS ANGELES, CA:
MULTI-CASUALTY TRAFFIC ACCIDENT:
On Wednesday, December 31, 2003, three companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Battalion Command Officer Team, one Battalion EMS Supervisor, and nine LAFD Rescue Ambulances under the direction of Battalion Commander Raymundo Gomez, responded to a traffic accident at the intersection of South Flower Street and West Venice Boulevard in the Convention Center area. First units on the scene reported that a collision had occurred between a Blueline Train and a mini-van. As a result of the accident there were eight injuries, all from the mini-van, four adults and four children. All injuries were listed as minor or moderate. Receiving hospitals were California Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital and County USC Medical Center. The cause of the accident is under investigation by MTA Officials and the Los Angeles Police Department.
REPORT PREPARED BY :
James "Jim" R. Wells
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD-E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA
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*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*
- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) firstname.lastname@example.org
On December 31st:
1875 - McIndoe Falls - VT - Peabody Mill destroyed by fire
1917 - Derry - NH - Box 32 - Rear of Pillsbury Block off West Broadway - Paint Shop on floor two gutted, with fire through roof - Close exposures protected
1952 - Stoddard - NH - Forest Road (Rte 31) - Spalding Tavern burned
1982 - Londonderry - NH - 2nd Alarm Fatal - Brittany Arms Apt nr Gilcreast Rd - 3 Story Brick Occupied Apartment Building - Five fatalities 3 others hospitalized
1982 - Boston - MA - 78 Salem Street - North End Fish house - Restaurant fire with heavy damage
1987 - Manchester - NH - Fire fatal - Titus Ave - Single family dwelling, 2 young sisters perish in suspicious fire (Murder/Arson)
1987 - Burlington - VT - Fatal Plane Crash - Burlington Int'l Airport - Single-engine Piper Lancer crashed short of the main runway 15, during emergency landing killing 2 adults, serious injuring 3 young boys
1992 - Rochester - NH - Rte 11 Northgate Apartments - Fire in one unit
1997 - Newington - NH - 3rd Alarm - Abandoned housing at Pease Tradeport - Four-unit wood-framed dwelling, former Air Force housing
1999 - Grand Isle - VT - Working Fire - 346 US Rte 2 by draw bridge - Barn fire fully involved
Notable incidents beyond New England
1933 Brooklyn - NY - 5th Alarm - Box 960 + Man 3 Alarm Brevoort Hotel Bedford Ave at Fulton St.
1979 - Chapais - Quebec - Opanmiska Club - New Years Eve party fire killed 44 and serious injured 50
1986 - San Juan - PR - Dupont Plaza Hotel fire - 96 die
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