02-19-2004

Greensboro

06:01 hours

E-4, E-7, Q-7, Q-11, Rescue 5 and Car 2 were dispatched to the 1600 block of Lincoln St. reference a structure fire. While units were enroute, communications advised that additional calls indicated flames were visible from the roof of a house. Engine 4 arrived on scene and reported, “ A single story dwelling with heavy fire showing from the roof”. Air 1 was added to the alarm. E-4 and E-11 attacked the fire, Q-11 was assigned S&R and Q-7 initiated a rapid intervention team. All searches were negative and the fire was quickly controlled. The cause of the fire is under investigation.


11:40 hours

E-8, E-11, Q-11, Q-5, Rescue 5 and Car 1 were dispatched to the 1800 block of Marion St. reference a house fire. E-8 advised heavy black smoke was visible from 3 blocks out. E-8 arrived at 11:42 and reported, “Heavy fire showing from the middle of a split level house, catching a hydrant, in fire attack mode”. EMS was requested at 11:45 due to reports of a subject trapped in the house. An additional engine (E-15) responded at 12:10 hours. The fire was placed under control at 12:50 hours. One person was transported to Moses Cone Hospital ED for evaluation. Guilford County EMS units 400 (Shift Commander), 656, Medic 50, 902 and 1501 responded to the scene. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

14:05 hours

E-7, E-1, Q-7, Q-9 and Car 2 responded to a reported apartment fire at Ridgewood Avenue and Ball St. E-7 arrived and reported, “Smoke showing, catching a hydrant”. First alarm units quickly extinguished the fire. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Guilford County

14:28 hours

Guilford County Communications dispatched Stations 4 &44 as well as Tanker 34 to a reported residential structure fire at 3905 Mossyrock Rd. E-41 arrived and reported, “Smoke showing from the eves”. Guilford County EMS unit 657 was dispatched to standby. The fire was placed under control at 15:19 hours. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

County Fire responses for the day- 39
EMS responses for the day- 135