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National Incidents
-compiled by Jamie Joyce

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Central Time Zone)

HEATH (LICKING) OH (OVERNIGHT): **2nd alarm equivalent** 350 S 30th . 1-story 15,000 square foor commercial warehouse. M/A Newark FD. FPO/255/D217 5:19 am

ANNE ARUNDEL Co., MD: **2nd Alarm** 947 Benning Rd W. (Co.1 - Galesville). Heavy fire in a dwelling. / MON 800 ECHO [DC FIRECOM]. 8:48a.m.

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC: **2nd alarm on arrival** on Redding Rd. 2 story O.M.D. apartment building with heavy fire and smoke showing. (2) 1.75" lines stretched out so far, 4E's 2T 2SQ 2BC's. 5th engine enroute. [CFP803 onscene*704] 9:35 am

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC U/D: *2nd alarm* Redding Rd at St. Johns Ave. Heavy fire in rear and thru roof of a 6 unit 150x40 split level apartment building 3 units with heavy damage. (3) 1.75" lines stretched out and 5" supply 5E 2T S/C PD EMS and investigator. [CFP803 onscene*704] 10:29 am

LAPEER, MI (LAPEER): *3rd alarm equivalent* Fair St x Oregon and Industrial Dr. Fire in an auto parts manufacturing complex. M/A from Imlay City and Elba Twp FD. FNNM-551,1062>400 12:39 pm

TOWACO NJ (MORRIS): **2nd alarm before arrival** 73 Jacksonville Rd between Indian Lane and Cooks Lane. Well involved greenhouse. Chief calling for 2 engine's and a truck M/A 2 miles out due to large volume of smoke. MFR115 *
MFR301 1:44 pm

U/D TOWACO NJ (MORRIS): **2nd alarm** rear of 75 Jacksonville Rd near Indian Lane. Well involved green house. Most of building has collapsed and is darkening down. Exterior operations. Chief slowing M/A companies as fire is already PWH.
MFR301 1:53 pm

CHICAGO, IL: A 2-11 alarm at 1835 S Ashland Ave b/o 2-2-1. Reported as a 4 story brick 25X125 with fire thruout cockloft. 2 TL's 1 squad, 6 HLs working. [CHGO06/3/7/145/203/215] (C). 5:27p.m.

BROOKLYN NY: **Down news helicopter** The area of Beverly and Flatbush. News Copter 4 (NBC) is down with reported serious damage. MFR301 5:29 pm

BROOKLYN, NY: **Helicopter Crash** in the 90th Pct area. Chopper 4 News (NBC) just crashed while covering a shooting. MPTF EAN205/90/503 [EAN]. 5:30p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY: **Down helicopter** Top of apartment building Flatbush and Cortelia. News Channel 4 (NBC) chopper has crashed onto the roof of an apartment building. 2 critical injuries, 3 non-life threatening injuries reported. NYPD
Level 3 Mobilization requested. MFR301 5:35 pm

U/D BROOKLYN NY: **Down helicopter** 251 Cortelia Rd near Flatbush Ave. EMS confirming 3 non-life threatening injuries. Chopper 4 made an intentional hard landing onto the roof of a 2 story occupied apartment building. FD using 2 lines
as a precaution. NYPD aviation mechanics requested on a rush to secure fuselage. CWRNY * MFRRADIO * MFR301 5:44 pm

Update - BROOKLYN, NY *Helicopter Crash** 2502 Corteylou Rd. 3 occupants removed and transported with multiple trauma injuries (10-45 Code 2's). A 4th patient is being treated from injuries at the scene. PD downgraded Mobilization to a *Level Two* EAN205*633*90*503 [EAN]. 6:03p.m.

2ND ALARM SAUGUS MA: Box 371 2 Winston St Building fire *159.645* C158 [TAC9-C33] 10:38 pm

U/D 2ND ALARM SAUGUS MA: Box 371 2 Winston St Fire in commercial building attached to a dwelling Combined size-up 100x75 Fire is DWH *159.645* C251 onscene C158 [TAC9-C33] 11:02 pm

U/D 2ND ALARM SAUGUS MA: Box 371 2 Winston St OIC reports fire contained to 3 bay 2 story warehouse 50x50 Slight extension to dwelling Heavy fire knocked down PWH *159.645* C251 onscene C158 [TAC9-C33] 11:15 pm


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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, MAY 04, 2004

ALL - TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 04:21
BROOKLYN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-1630 AOF 239 E.92 ST & WINTHROP ST. FIRE 2ND FLR OF
2 STY 20 x 50. 2 LINES S/O, L-113 FAST TK. DWH. MNS5

@ 04:30
BROOKLYN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-1630 AOF 239 E.92 ST & WINTHROP ST. FIRE 2ND FLR OF
2 STY 20 x 50, 2 LINES S/O, FIRE K/D, PRI SRCH (-). PWH . MNS5

@ 17:16
BROOKLYN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-1630 E. 92 ST & WINTHROP ST. FIRE IN 2 STY 20 x 50,
1 FF WITH BACK INJ, TRNSP TO K.C.H. FIRE U/C. MNS5

@ 10:45
BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 2835 @ 17 AVE & 84 ST. BLDG FIRE, L-109 FAST TK. * MNS-106

@ 10:48
BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 2835 @ 17 AVE & 84 ST. BATT 42 RPTs, USING 2-ENGs &
2-TRKs. RUBBISH FIRE IN THE HALLWAY, OCCUPIED BLDG, RETURN ALL SPCL UNITs INCLUDING THE FAST TRK * MNS-345/106

@ 10:51
BROOKLYN: *FDNY - MVA* LIBERTY AVE & VAN SICLEN AVE. FDNY E-236 INVOLVED IN A MAJOR MVA, MORE TO FOLLOW * MNS-106

@ 10:55
BROOKLYN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-2835 @ 17 AVE & 84 ST. 4 STY BRK 40 x 80 OMD. BATT 42 RPTs, RUBBISH FIRE IN THE HALLWAY, 10-41 CODE 1 (SUSPICIOUS FIRE/OCC BLDG) FIRE UNDER CONTROL AT THE TIME OF THE ALL-HANDS * MNS-345/106

@ 10:58
BRONX: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-2566 @ GRANT AVE & MCCLELLAN ST. FIRE #3 FLR "A" WING - "H" TYPE OMD. ADDT'L ENG & TRK S/C. BATT 17 RPTs, D/W/H * MNS-106

@ 11:02
BRONX: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-2566 aof 1115 GRANT AVE nr MCCLELLAN ST. 6 STY BRK 100 x 50 "H" TYPE OMD. FIRE #3 FLR "A" WING. BATT 17 RPTs, 2 - LINEs RUN, PRI SCH FIRE FLR & ABOVE NEGATIVE, D/W/H * MNS-106

@ 11:13
BRONX: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-2566 aof 1115 GRANT AVE nr MCCLELLAN ST. 6 STY BRK 100 x 50 "H" TYPE OMD. FIRE #3 FLR "A" WING. FD RPTs P/W/H * MNS-345/106

@ 11:18
BROOKLYN: *FDNY - MVA* LIBERTY AVE & VAN SICLEN AVE. E-236 INVOLVED IN AN MVA. INCIDENT HAS BEEN DOWNGRADED TO A MINOR MVA * MNS-106

@ 14:22
QUEENS: *WATER-CONDITION* FDNY BOX 3125 aof 84-02 QUEENS BLVD. FD O/S RPTs WORKERs WORKING ON A HYDRANT IN THE AREA CAUSING APPROX 5 FEET OF WATER IN 4 BLDGs AT THE LOCATION * MNS-106

@ 15:28
MANHATTAN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-844 LEXINGTON AVE x E 49 ST. RUBBISH FIRE ON A RAIL CAR ON A DEAD END TRACK AT GRAND CENTRAL STATION, FIRE IS EXTINGUISHED, FIRE IS PWH [MNS342]

@ 16:15
BROOKLYN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-1287 @ 5 AV & 19 ST. FIRE IN A 2 STY FRM OCCUPIED BLDG. D/W/H * MNS-106

@ 16:24
BROOKLYN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-1287 @ 5 AVE & 19 ST. 2 STY FRM OCCUPIED BLDG.
BATT-32 RPTs ALL VISIBLE FIRE EXTINGUISHED, PRI SCH NEGATIVE, SLIGHT EXT'N TO EXP-4. P/W/H * MNS-106

@ 17:33
QUEENS: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-9631 aof 94-17 112 ST nr ATLANTIC AVE. 2.5 STY FRM 20 x 60 PVT DWLG. 2 - LINEs RUN, ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D, P/W/H * MNS-106

@ 17:31
QUEENS: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-9631 aof 94-17 112 ST nr ATLANTIC AVE. 2.5 STY FRM 20 x 60 PVT DWLG. 2 - LINEs RUN, ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D, P/W/H * MNS-106

@ 18:32
BROOKLYN: 70PCT **CHOPPER-DOWN** EAST 29 ST & BEVERLY RD, NBC CHOPPER DOWN, MTF, MNS119 18:28 *

@ 18:32
BROOKLYN: *NEWS-HELO-CRASH* CORTELYOU RD & LOT PL. NEWS CHANNEL 4 CHOPPER CRASHED ONTO A ROOF TOP * MNS-106

@ 18:34
BROOKLYN: *NEWS-CHOPPER-CRASH* CORTELYOU RD & LOTT PL. NEWS CH-4 HELO DOWN. REPORTED ANDREW TORRES OUT OF THE HELO. PILOT STILL INSIDE. FDNY 10-60 TRANSMITTED, (MAJOR EMERG.) * MNS-106

@ 18:47
BROOKLYN: *NEWS-HELO-DOWN* CORTELYOU RD & LOTT PL. BOTH PILOT & REPORTER OUT OF THE HELO. FDNY 10-60 TRANSMITTED FOR THE HELO CRASH * MNS-106

@ 18:48
BROOKLYN: *NEWS-HELO-CRASH* CORTELYOU RD & LOTT PL . 10-60 (MAJOR EMERG RESPONSE) FD RPTs 3 10-45's NO CODE INCLUDING A 30 Y/O MALE BEING TRANS TO K.C.H. MULTI TRAUMA * MNS-STAFF/106

@ 18:54
BROOKLYN: *NEWS-HELO-CRASH* *10-60* LOTT PL & CORTELYOU RD. BLDG IS A 2 STY
75 x 75 OCCUPIED BLDG WHICH HAS BEEN EVAC AS WELL AS ALL SURROUNDING BLDGs. TOTAL OF ( 4 ) 10-45 NO CODEs * MNS-STAFF/106

@ 19:04
BROOKLYN: *NEWS-HELO-CRASH* *10-60* MAJOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE - LOTT PL & CORTELYOU RD. FD RPTs 2 - LINEs RUN, 1 LINE IS A FOAM LINE, TRKs SHORING UP THE BLDG, INJ U/D IS ( 3 ) 10-45 ALL CODE 2's, SCHs OF THE TOP FLRs IN PROGRESS, SOME DAMAGE TO THE PARAPIT WALL OF EXP-4, PILOT TRANS TO K.C.H. W / MULTI TRAUMA * MNS-STAFF/106

@ 19:17
BROOKLYN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-3729 *10-60* MAJOR EMERG RESPONSE - CORTELYOU RD & LOTT PL. NEWS CH-4 HELO CRASHED ATOP A 2 STY 75 x 75 BLDG. 3 - LINEs RUN. ( 3 ) 10-45 CODE 2's ALL TRANS TO LOCAL TRAUMA CTRs * MNS-STAFF/106

@ 23:39
MANHATTAN: W/F *10-75* BOX 1596 @ HAMILTON PL & W 141 ST. FIRE IN AN OCCUPIED BLDG . L-30 / FAST TK. * MNS-106

@ 23:43
MANHATTAN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-1596 aof 557 W 140 ST nr BROADWAY. 5 STY BRK 50 x 75 OMD. FIRE #4 FLR. L-30 FAST TK. D/W/H * MNS-5/106

@ 23:50
MANHATTAN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-1596 aof 557 W 140 ST nr B'WAY. 5 STY BRK 50 x 75 OMD. FIRE 4th FLR. BATT-16 RPTs, ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D, 2 - LINEs RUN, D/W/H * MNS-5/106

@ 00:02
MANHATTAN: *ALL - HANDS* 7-5-1596 aof 557 W 140 ST nr BROADWAY. 5 STY BRK 50 x 75 OMD. FIRE #3 FLR, DIV 6 RPTs, P/W/H * MNS-5/106

@ 00:13
MANHATTAN: *ALL - HANDS* 75-1596 aof 557 W 140 ST nr B'WAY. 5 STY BRK 50 x 75 OMD. FIRE 3rd FLR. 1 BURN VICTIM WHO REMOVED HERSELF FROM THE FIRE APT / NOW LOCATED @ 93 HAMILTON PL W / BURNs TO THE FACE & HANDS, FIRE U/C MNS-5/106


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

TUESDAY, MAY 04, 2004

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 19:27
NONSEY, N.Y. ( ROCKLAND CTY) W/F 17 JILL LN NR RT 306, KITCHEN FIRE W / EXT TO THE STRUCTURE, M/A TANKER FROM SPRING VALLEY, MNS102/108 MNS119 19:23

@ 21:44
YONKERS, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER COUNTY) SERIOUS MVA S/B BRONX RIVER PARKWAY AT
EXIT 8 VERMONT TERRACE NFI MNS#111


NATIONAL INCIDENTS:

@ 18:56
LAPEER, MICH (LAPEER CO) ***3RD-ALARM-EQUIV*** FAIR ST & OREGON @ INDUSTRIAL DRIVE. FIRE IN AN AUTO PARTs MANUFACTURING COMPLEX, M/A FROM IMLAY CITY & ELBA TWSP FD's * FNNM * MNS-106

@ 20:19
SANTA BARBARA CO, CA WILDFIRE ON HAPPY CANYON RD 100+ ACRES REQ STRIKE TEAMS CAL WILDFIRE SEASON HAS STARTED, ADDITIONAL STRIKE TEAMS BEING MOVED DOWN FROM NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FROM C.D.F. & O.E.S.


(MNS) METRO NOTIFICATION SERVICE OF NEW YORK CITY
P.O. 790065, Flushing, NY 11379
Office: 718- 416-4030 Fax: 718-416-4125
Out of area: (888) 225-8866
Mailto:customer_service@mnsny. com
Visit our Web-site: http://www.mnsny.com
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TAC-9 RADIO & PAGING INCIDENT REPORT:
(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

W/F WOONSOCKET RI 110 ROBINSON ST GARAGE FIRE B/O ENGINE 2 *154.13* C103/C25 [TAC9-C33]. 1:10a.m.

MVA WETHERSFIELD CT I-91 NORTHBOUND AT THE ROCKY HILL TOWN LINE TRACTOR-TRAILER ROLLOVER ON TOP OF A CAR W/ENTRAPMENT BOTH DEPTS OPERATING *460.625/453.575* [TAC9-C55]. 4:14a.m.

U/D MVA WETHERSFIELD CT I-91 NORTHBOUND AT THE ROCKY HILL TOWN LINE TRACTOR-TRAILER ACROSS ALL LANES W/LARGE FUEL SPILL LIFESTAR REQUESTED TO THE SCENE [TAC9-C55]. 4:18a.m.

MVA NEWTON MA MASS TURNPIKE (I-90) EASTBOUND AFTER NEWTON CORNER (EXIT 17). ROLLOVER WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS IN USE. *483.4625 (FD)/800 Mhz (SP)* [TAC9-C257]. 7:59a.m.

MVA STURBRIDGE MA ROUTE 84 BY EXIT 3 WITH ENTRAPMENT PATIENT WITH MULTI TRAUMA LIFELIGHT REQUESTED TO SCENE L/Z WILL BE AT SCENE *155.16* C158 [TAC9-C33]. 10:22a.m.

ACW SANDWICH, MA. 40 BLACKTHORN PATH A 1 STORY HOUSE ABOUT 20%INVOLVED WITH SMOKE SHOWING. *800* C73 [TAC9-C101]. 10:41a.m.

MVA SPRINGFIELD, MA. NEAR 638 STATE STREET WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS OPERATING. CT3749 [TAC9-C101]. 11:55a.m.

W/F JOHNSTON RI 17 MILL ST FIRE IN A 1 STORY WOOD FRAME GARAGE FULLY INVOLVED WITH 2 CAR INSIDE OF IT WITH EXT TO THE HOUSE REQ FOR ADD'L ENG AND EMS TO THE SCENE 1-10-45 UNKNOWN CODE DWH *154.175* C57 [TAC9-C319]. 1:31p.m.

WE REGRET TO ANNOUNCE THE LODD OF BROOKLINE, MA. FIREFIGHTER IRWIN "BUZZ" GROSS. FUNERAL WILL BE HELD 5/6/04 AT TEMPLE MISHKAN TEFILA, 300 HAMMOND POND PARKWAY, NEWTON AT NOON. [TAC9-C461]. 2:02p.m.

ACW MEDFORD, MA. BOX 64 3163 MYSTIC VALLEY PARKWAY A PROPANE LINE ON FIRE COMPANIES CHARGING LINES M/A IN FOR COVERAGE. *153.890* C251/C520 [TAC9-C101]. 2:31p.m.

ACW SOMERSWORTH, NH. 356 MAIN STREET-FIRE ON FLOOR #2 OF AN OCCUPIED MULTIPLE DWELLING. *154.385* C101/C220 [TAC9-C461]. 3:47p.m.

MVA KITTERY, ME. ROUTE 236 NEAR DANA AVENUE WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS BEING REQUESTED. *154.430/155.2275* C220 [TAC9-C101]. 4:23p.m.

W/F WESTBROOK, ME. 665 SACO STREET THE HAMLET MOBILE HOME PARK LOT 251 A 14x70 MOBILE HOME WELL INVOLVED M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.370* TIP/C220/C38 [TAC9-C101]. 4:29p.m.

MVA FARMINGTON CT RTE 6 & NEW BRITAIN AVE (2) OCCUPANTS TRAPPED IN THE CAR JAWS GOING TO WORK LIFESTAR REQUESTED TO THE SCENE *154.19* [TAC9-C55]. 5:15p.m.

MVA/HAZ MAT CRANSTON, RI: RTE 295SB AREA OF PHOENIX AVE. 150 GALLON DIESEL FUEL SPILL. REQUEST FOR HAZMAT TRAILER TO THE SCENE. HIGHWAY IS CLOSED. *154.010* (C316) [TAC9-C51]. 5:49p.m.

ACW PROVIDENCE, RI 33 MERCY ST A STRUCTURE FIRE S/C 1&1 *151.22* [TAC9-C316]. 6:38p.m.

W/F HARTFORD CT BOX 63 57 GILLETTE ST 3-STORY BRICK OMD SMOKE SHOWING FLOOR #3 B/O ENGINE 5 *154.31* C106 [TAC9-C55]. 7:22p.m.

W/F SWANVILLE, ME. NICKERSON ROAD AT HARRIMAN ROAD-STRUCTURE FULLY INVOLVED-M/A TO SCENE. *159.135* C122 [TAC9-C461]. 7:36p.m.

W/F PRESTON CT 3 ROSS RD FULLY INVOLVED CAMPER FIRE IN A FIELD M/A TANKER FROM LEDYARD CT3404 [TAC9-C319]. 9:44p.m.

2ND ALARM SAUGUS MA BOX 371 2 WINSTON ST BUILDING FIRE *159.645* C158 [TAC9-C33]. 11:39p.m.


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Telephone (781)986-6463
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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

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

CITY OF NORFOLK TECH RESCUE 7500 BLK W BERKLEY AVE @ NORSHIPCO WORKER FELL INTO A TANK UNITS SETTING UP TO EXTRICATE PT. OUT OF TANK. (VFN04). 10:06a.m.

CITY OF NORFOLK TECH RESCUE U/D: PT HAS BEEN EXTRICATED FROM TANK AND IS BEING PACKAGED FOR TRANSPORT BY CRANE AND STOKES BASKET TO MEDIC UNIT. FINAL (VFN04). 10:52a.m.

RICHMOND, VA W/F 7875 ROGERS ST. BC1 & QUINT 11 O/S WITH 1.5 SFD W/SMOKE SHOWING. Q1 TO PICK UP THE PLUG. Q15 FOR THE TRUCK WORK. (VFN103). 3:20p.m.

RICHMOND, VA W/F 7875 ROGERS ST U/D. Q11 REPORTING KNOCK ON THE FIRE. RESCUE 3 FOR THE TIC. CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. BC1 ASSUMING COMMAND. (VFN103). 3:21p.m.

RICHMOND, VA W/F 7875 ROGERS ST U/D. BC1 MARKING FIRE U/C. REQUEST FOR VA POWER. H/A/U FOR OVERHAUL. *FINAL* (VFN103). 3:29p.m.

GREENE COUNTY, VA W/F - RAGLAND ROAD - SHERIFF'S UNIT 330 O/S WITH HOUSE FULLY INVOLVED. HOUSE BEING DEMOLISHED. FIRE STARTED BY CIGARETTE. NO FD O/S. (VFN103). 3:53p.m.

FAIRFAX CO, VA: MVA / MEDEVAC - GEORGE WASHINGTON PKWY & LUCIA LN. VAN INTO A TREE, 1 PATIENT TO FLYOUT (75/vm) (VFN102). 6:26p.m.

PETERSBURG, VA: W/F NEXT TO 571 PETTY ST. FR-4 O/S 1 STY SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING WITH FIRE SHOWING FROM AN ATTACHED GARAGE. ALL CLEAR ON PRIMARY SEARCH. E4, E5, T1, B530 WORKING. MON 460.600 (VFN102). 9:33a.m.

(U/D) PETERSBURG, VA: W/F NEXT TO 571 PETTY ST. ATTACHED GARAGE FIRE KNOCKED DOWN, INVESTIGATOR ENROUTE TO THE SCENE. HOUSE APPEARS TO BE VACANT. OVERHAUL IN PROGRESS (VFN102). 9:58p.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.

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

MINE HILL BORO NJ: W/F 49 OAKWOOD AV. CHIMNEY FIRE IN A PVT DWELLING ONE ENG CO M/A FROM WHARTON BORO TO THE SCENE... EAN10. 9:14a.m.

SECAUCUS (HUDSON) **HAZ-MAT** ON NEW COUNTY RD FD ON SCENE WITH A TRACTOR TRAILER THAT HAS LEAKING DRUMS IN THE BACK MEMBERS ARE MASKING UP EAN388. 10:22a.m.

TOWACO (MONTVILLE) NJ (MORRIS) **2ND ALM ON ARRIVAL** 75 JACKSONVILLE RD. FIRE IN A GREENHOUSE. HVY SMK CONDITION. M/A TO SCENE. EAN10*711*503 EAN503. 2:56p.m.

ELMWOOD PARK, NJ (BERGEN) *WORKING FIRE* AOF 495 DYE AVE. KITCHEN FIRE ON THE #1 FLR IN A 2.5STY FR. FIRE IS K/D ATT. CK'G FOR EXT. M/A TO SCENE. EAN322. 6:10p.m.

BROOKLYN NY **HELICOPTER CRASH** IN THE 90TH PCT AREA. CHOPPER 4 NEWS (NBC) JUST CRASHED WHILE COVERING THE SHOOTING. MPTF EAN205/90/205 EAN503. 6:30p.m.

BROOKLYN NY **HELICOPTER CRASH** 2503 CORTEYLOU RD. NEWS CHOPPER 4 CRASHED INTO A ROOFTOP OF A BUILDING AREA BUILDINGS EVACUTATED. PD CALLING A LEVEL 3 MOBILIZATION IN REGARDS TO THIS JOB. NYPD AVAITION MECHANIC REQUESTED TO CRASH SITE FORTHWITH, HELICOPTER ENGINE STILL RUNNING. 3 OCCUPANTS EXTRICATED BY NYPD ESU EAN205-633-90-28 EAN503. 6:38p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY **HELICOPTER CRASH** 5412 CORTEYLOU RD. NEWS CHOPPER 4 CRASHED INTO A ROOFTOP OF A BUILDING AREA BUILDINGS EVACUTATED. PD CALLING A LEVEL 3 MOBILIZATION IN REGARDS TO THIS JOB. NYPD UNITS REPORTS NO STRUCURAL DAMAGE. 3 INJURIES, UNK EXTENT. EANSTAFF /503 EAN503. 6:41p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY *HELICOPTER DOWN* 5412 CORTEYLOU RD. (70TH CONFINES) X BEVERLY RD. NBC CHOPPER 4 MADE HARD CRASH LANDING ON ROOF. PD CANCELLING L3 MOB. 3 OCCUPANTS REMOVED AND BEING TRANSPORTED TO AREA HOSPITALS. FDNY TRANSMITTED A 10-60 *MAJOR EMERGENCY* 2 L/S/O FOR PRECAUTION. EANSTAFF* EAN503. 6:50p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY *HELICOPTER CRASH* 2502 CORTEYLOU RD. 3 OCCUPANTS REMOVED AND TRANSPORTED W/MULTI TRAUMA INJ'S (10-45 CODE 2'S) A 4TH PATIENT IS BEING TREATED FROM INJURIES AT THE SCENE. PD DOWNGRADED MOBILIZATION TO A *LEVEL TWO* EAN205*633*90 EAN503. 7:03p.m.

MONSEY NY (ROCKLAND) *ALL HANDS* 16 JILL CT. KITHCEN FIRE IN A PVT DWELLING. EAN302* EAN503. 7:22p.m.

NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* BOX 3515: AOF GRATON & WOODSIDE AVENUES. FIRE ON A PORCH OF A S.5STY FR W/ POSS EXT. EAN322. 7:36p.m.

*U/D* NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) BOX 3515: CORR ADDR IS 156 GARSIDE AVE. FIRE IN REAR PORCH OF AN OCC. 3 STY FR. PRI & SEC SRCHS NEG. FIRE K/D, CK'G FOR EXT. EAN322. 7:42p.m.

*U/D* NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) BOX 3515: CMD REPTS FIRE IS U/C. EAN322. 7:52p.m.

HAMILTON, NJ (MERCER) *WORKING FIRE* 1058 WHITEHORSE-MERCERVILLE RD - CMD HAS FIRE IN SUPERMARKET, M/A FOR COVER. NFI EAN773. 9:33p.m.

MANHATTAN,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 1596 @ 557 W 140 ST. DIV 6 HAS FIRE IN APT 3B ON THE 3RD FLR OF A 5 STY BRK 50 X 75 OMD. 2 L/S AND 1 IN OPS. MAIN BODY OF FIRE IS K/D & THE PRI SRCH IS NEG. FIRE IS DWH. EAN90. 11:58p.m.


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(MFR) METRO FIRE RADIO & PAGING NOTIFICATION
(Covering northern NJ and the NYC metro area).

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

NEW YORK, NY (BROOKLYN) *STRUCTURE FIRE* 239 E. 92 ST.. A/H FOR 239 E. 92 ST & WINTHROP ST. FIRE ON THE 2ND FLR OF A 2STY 20X50. 2 L/S/O. L113 FAST TRUCK. DWH MFR209. 4:43a.m.

NORTH BRANCH, NY (SULLIVAN) *STRUCTURE FIRE* 94 STEWART RD. FIRE IN AN UNK. TYPE STRUCTURE. 1 TANKER M/A MFR209. 4:46a.m.

BROOKLYN: FD APPARATUS ACCIDENT--ENG. 236 INVOLVED IN "MAJOR" MVA; LIBERTY AVE. AND VAN SICKLAND AVE. NFI MFR310. 10:51a.m.

BRONX, NY (BRONX) **ALL HANDS FIRE** BOX 2566: 1115 GRANT AVENUE AT MCCLELLAN STREET -- *FIRE ON THE 3RD FLOOR OF A 6-STORY 100X50 BRICK OMD, FIRE IS DWH*. MFRT18. 11:01a.m.

CONSHOHOCKEN, PA (MONTGOMERY) ** GAS LEAK INSIDE** SOVEREIGN BANK ON FAYETTE ST. GAS LEAK IN THE BUILDING W/ NUMEROUS SICK PEOPLE. FG ON TAC-4. COVER-UPS BEING REQUESTED. MFR153. 11:45a.m.

FALLS TWSP, PA (BUCKS) **WORKING FIRE** 8813 NEW FALLS RD. FIRE IN THE LAUNDRYMAT OF THE SHOPPING CENTER. COMMAND REPORTS FIRE SHOWING FROM THE FRONT. MFR153. 12:34p.m.

TOWACO NJ, (MORRIS) **2ND BEFORE ARRIVAL** 73 JACKSONVILLE RD BETWEEN INDIAN LANE AND COOKS LANE. WELL INVOLVED GREENHOUSE. CHIEF CALLING FOR 2 ENG'S AND A TRUCK M/A 2 MILES OUT DUE TO LARGE VOLUME OF SMOKE. MFR115 * MFR301. 2:43p.m.

U/D TOWACO NJ, (MORRIS) **2ND ALARM** REAR OF 75 JACKSONVILLE RD NEAR INDIAN LANE. WELL INVOLVED GREEN HOUSE. MOST OF BUILDING HAS COLLAPSE AND IS DARKENING DOWN. EXTERIOR OPS. CHIEF SLOWING M/A COMPANIES AS FIRE IS ALREADY PWH. MFR301. 2:52p.m.

ELMWOOD PARK NJ, (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** DYE AVE NEAR SHAW ST. 2ND FL FIRE IN A 2.5STY FRAME. DWH. MFR90 * MFR301. 5:59p.m.

PARAMUS, NJ (BERGEN) **HAZ-MAT** @ 9 FOREST AVE. BETWEEN BROOKFIELD AVE. & ROUTE 4. LARGE GAS FUEL FROM A FUEL FILLING TRUCK. MFR465. 6:03p.m.

U/D ELMWOOD PARK NJ, (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** DYE AVE NEAR SHAW ST. 1ST FL KITCHEN FIRE W/EXT TO 2ND FL. ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D. M/A SNORKLE FROM SADDLE BROOK TO THE SCENE. FIRE PWH. MFR30 * MFR301. 6:08p.m.

BROOKLYN NY, **DOWN NEWS HELICOPTER** THE AREA OF BEVERLY AND FLATBUSH. NEWS COPTER 4 (NBC) IS DOWN WITH REPORTED SERIOUS DAMAGE. MFR301. 6:28p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY, **DOWN HELICOPTER** TOP OF APT BLDG FLATBUSH AND CORTELIA. NEWS CHANNEL 4 (NBC) CHOPPER HAS CRASHED ONTO THE ROOF OF AN APT BLDG. 2 CRITICAL INJURIES, 3 NON-LIFE THREATENING INJ'S REPORTED. NYPD LEVEL 3 MOBILIZATION REQUESTED. MFR301. 6:32p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY, **DOWN HELICOPTER** 251 CORTELIA RD NEAR FLATBUSH AVE. EMS CONF. 3 NON-LIFE THREATENING INJ'S. CHOPPER 4 MADE AN INTENTIONAL HARD LANDING ONTO THE ROOF OF A 2STY OCCUPIED APT BLDG. FD USING 2 LINES AS A PRECAUTION. NYPD AVIATION MECHANICS REQ ON A RUSH TO SECURE FUSELAGE. CWRNY * MFRRADIO * MFR301. 6:43p.m.

MONSEY NY, (ROCKLAND) **WORKING FIRE** 16 JILL CT OFF OF ROUTE 306. 1ST FL KITCHEN FIRE IN AN O.M.D. 1 LINE BEING STRETCHED. MFR302 * 30 * MFR301. 7:22p.m.

NEWARK (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** GRAFTON AND WOODSIDE AVE A FIRE ON THE BACK PORCH WITH EXTENSION INTO THE DWELLING 1 H/L/S/O SEARCHES UNDERWAY MFR685O/S MFR685. 7:34 p.m.

MEDFORD TWP NJ (BURLINGTON) **ALL-HANDS** 270 HARTFORD RD. ALL CO'S I/S FOR A STRUCTURE FIRE. MFR3308 MFR3305. 8:04p.m.

MANHATTAN NY, **ALL HANDS** BOX-1596 557 WEST 140TH ST NEAR BROADWAY. 4TH FL FIRE IN A 5STY 50X75 O.M.D. DWH. MFR31 * MFR301. 11:44p.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.

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

TORONTO CHILD FOUND. DID NOT WANT TO GO TO SCHOOL. CHILD WAS BEING CARRIED BY DAD. CHILD FOUND IN SCHOOL. TFN446. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 11:06a.m.

TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 21XX ISLINGTON AV. 14TH FLR OF HIRISE OMD, W3. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 11:40p.m.

TORONTO U/D 2180 ISLINGTON 2-2 IN A HOTEL; SMK FM A PLANTER BOX; U/C TFN313 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 11:59p.m.

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CANADA Report:

MVA MCI, OAKVILLE ON, BURLOAK DR. NORTH OF LAKESHORE, 7 AMB AND 2 MEDIVAC ENROUTE, *T/G 2036/413.6875* TFN409 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 4:22p.m.

U/D MCI MVA, OAKVILLE ON, CAR & PICK UP AT INTERSECTION. H/S IMPACT SENDS BOTH CARS TOWARDS LAKE. P/U WENT INTO LAKE. 1 DOA IN CAR. NUMEROUS OTHER TO HOSP. NFI ATT. TFN409 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:50p.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) 427-9055.


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The Maryland Fire Network, Inc
(Serving the state of Maryland with coverage in DC, parts of Virginia and Delaware.)

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

MFN-RESCUE/EMS: Baltimore County, MD/ MVC w/Rescue/ 8800 Philadelphia Rd (Box 16-12 Golden Ring)/ 3 Vehicle MVC w/Entrappment/ 2nd Medic Req/ 1pt Trapped/ Ops on TG32 MFN-2. 8:20a.m.

MFN-(FINAL): Baltimore County, MD/ MVC w/Rescue/ 8800 Philadelphia Rd (Box 16-12 Golden Ring)/ Patient has been Extricated/ 2pts Transported by land/ 1pt via MSPT-1 to Shock Trauma/ Ops on TG32 MFN-2. 8:51a.m.

MFN-FIRE/EMS: Anne Arundel Co, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ 947 Benning Rd (Box 1-33)/ E 1-2 O/L with Fire & smoke showing/ Duplex both dwellings w/fire/ All Hands WFD/ M/A PG Co./ Ops on Echo (MFN-3) MFN-77. 9:43a.m.

MFN-FIRE/EMS: Anne Arundel Co, MD/2nd Alarm Dwelling Fire/ 947 Benning Rd (Box 1-33)/ 2nd alarm called/ M/A PG Co. & Calvert Co./ Ops on Echo (MFN-3) MFN-77. 9:47a.m.

MFN-(FINAL): Anne Arundel Co, MD/2nd Alarm Dwelling Fire/ 947 Benning Rd (Box 1-33)/ Command placing F/U/C and Requesting FID, BGE and Red Cross for 1 adult and 2 children displaced// Ops on Echo (MFN-3) MFN-77. 10:26a.m.

MFN-FIRE/EMS: Talbot Co, MD/ Gas Leak/ South St @ Talbot La (Box 61 (Easton)/ Cmd Adv gas main has been struck evacuations around area several streets closed Cmd Adv cap in progress/ Ops on Fire3 MFN-696. 11:45a.m.

MFN-EMS/RESCUE: Baltimore County, MD/ MVC w/RESCUE/ Franklin Blvd & I-795/ (Owings Mills)/ 1pt Trapped/ Cmd Req MedEvac/ MSPT-1 in bound/ L/Z @ Franklin High School/ Ops on TG-4 MFN-2. 1:15p.m.

MFN-FIRE/EMS: Howard Co, MD/ MVC w/Medevac/ Centenial Lane & Frederick Rd/ units o/l with a single vehicle into a tree/ 2 total pts/ 1 pt with general truama/ Trooper 8 overhead ATT/ LZ at Centenial High/ Ops on A2 MFN AV5. 1:56p.m.


E-Mail: mdfirenet1@aol.com
Phone: 410-437-9636 (9MFN)

WEB: http://www.mfnweb.com/ The Maryland Fire Network


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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

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)

ICP: RMFD ALERT-2 15000 AIRPORT DR. RUNWAY-3. TFC: Ch2 154.370 SDL_TWR 119.900 [ICP737]. 8:14a.m.

ICP U/D: RMFD A2 TFC: Ch6 153.860 SDL_TWR 119.900 [ICP737]. 8:15a.m.

ICP U/D: RMFD A2 CMD has special called L811 L816 and an add'l rescue to the scene. TFC: Ch6 153.860 SDL_TWR 119.900 [ICP737]. 8:19a.m.

ICP U/D: RMFD A2 Per-CMD cancel the incident, aircraft has landed safely. TFC: Ch2 154.370 SDL_TWR 119.900 [ICP737]. 8:19a.m.

ICP: RMFD MVA UNK LOCATION ATT. E859-CMD ONS w/ MCSO, MCSO has launched a helo to the scene. TFC: Ch5 154.400 MCSO Digital [ICP737]. 8:37a.m.

ICP U/D: RMFD MVA Per CMD, units ONS can handle. AirEvac4 enroute for patient transport. TFC: Ch5 154.400 LZ/Ch4 154.280 MCSO Digital [ICP737]. 8:41a.m.

ICP U/D: RMFD MVA Units have been unable to raise BC805 to respond, S/C MesaFD BC and PIO to the scene. TFC: Ch5 154.400 AE/155.325 MCSO Digital [ICP737]. 8:52a.m.

ICP PhoenixFD 3-1-HSE 2235 N EDGEMERE ST Light smoke showing from rekindle TFC Ch8 153.770 [ICP112]. 10:27a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-HSE 2345 N 31ST ST Units onscene of a W/F, pulling a 2nd line. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP444]. 11:12a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-TRAILER #20 28TH AVE & VAN BUREN. Units onscene of a W/F. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP444]. 1:05p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 2-1-MED 1460 E BELL RD Units onscene with 7 pts with possible Carbon Monoxide poisoning. TFC: Ch5 153.830 [ICP444]. 1:42p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD GAS LEAK 9301 N CAVE CREEK Units onscene of a gas leak, requesting add'l units for relief. TFC: Ch5 153.830 [ICP444]. 2:05p.m.

ICP: MesaFD 2-1-HAZ US-60 & ALMA SCHOOL Units ons with a 30-35 gal fuel leak. TFC: Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 5:03p.m.

ICP: ChandlerFD 3-1-HSE 1261 W LYNX WAY E232 ons with light smoke showing from the attic of a house. TFC: B2 155.955 [ICP963]. 5:40p.m.

ICP-U/D: ChandlerFD 3-1-HSE CMD advises they have fire control. TFC: B2 155.955 [ICP444,963]. 5:58p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 962R 24th ST & ROOSEVELT E11 ons with a van rolled over advising they have 2 immediate patients. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP963]. 10:04p.m.

ICP PhoenixFD 3-1-HSE 12626 N 19TH PLACE TFC Ch5 153.830 [ICP112]. 10:28p.m.


For general questions about the group, membership question, or anything else you would like to know about the group, please
e-mail

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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/

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Mountain Standard Time)

APSN: NATURAL GAS LEAK PhxFD 9301 N. Cave Creek Road Units ONS with a unk size leak, S/C for Rehab & add'l units for manpower relief. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN18]. 2:05p.m.

APSN GAS LEAK WITH 8 PTS Phoenix FD 1460 E BELL ROAD 8 pts with carbon monoxide poisoning FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN01]. 2:13p.m.

APSN: 2-1 MEDICAL Rural Metro FD Crimson & University 2 vehicle MVA with 1 car on top of the other. No PT info. FREQ: Ch5 154.400 [APSN18]. 4:29p.m.

APSN U/D: RMFD 2-1 // CMD advising a total of 9PT's 2 Minor & 7 delayed. FREQ: Ch5 154.400 [APSN18]. 4:32p.m.

APSN: HAZMAT MesaFD US60 @ ALMA SCHOOL Units ONS with 100 gallons of leaked gasoline & diesel fuel. FREQ: Ch2 154.235 [APSN18]. 4:57p.m.


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

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

Check out our website: http://www.apsn.us


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

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Central Time Zone)

STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO: STLFD special duty at 14th and Washington. There is a partial collapse of an exterior wall. Co's are checking the interior and the roof. Pumpers 2 7 BC802 and the Collapse Rescue Task Force on scene. [STL810]
10:36 am

STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS MO: STLFD special duty at 14th and Washington. Partial collapse of an exterior wall. Situation under control. DC810 has requested a representative from the Building Division. Command Post Staff can return.
[STL810] 10:43 am

STLFN: BELLEFONTAINE NEIGHBORS MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): Riverview FPD has a 1st alarm house fire at 1201 Yukon Dr. No details known. Fire has been in since 4:20 pm. [STL810] 4:42 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working fire on the 2nd floor at 2835b Gamble. Pumper 17 reports 1 line off for a fire on the 2nd floor. Pumpers 17 10 7 HL 2 and BC 801 /STL819 10:56 pm

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's working fire in a 2 story brick house at 2835 Gamble. BC 801 reports fire is under control. /STL819 11:02 pm


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Incidents from CIFN - Central Illinois Fire Network
cifn@firefighting.net

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Central Time Zone)

LOCAL-EFFINGHAM,IL (EFFINGHAM) 602 S.FIFTH STRUCTURE FIRE W/2 TRAPPED BELIEVED TO BE OUT OF RES NOW. ENG.5,6, TOWER 1 EFFINHAM PD AND 5-B-92 O/S. CALL FOR UTILITIES AND DET. CIFN*125 1:50p.m.

LOCAL: KINMUNDY IL.(MARION)/ STRUCTURE FIRE/ 508 W. 4TH STREET/ UNIT O/S ADVISING HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING. CIFN*1. 2:22p.m.

LOCAL: KINMUNDY IL.(MARION)/ WORKING KITCHEN FIRE/ 508 W. 4TH STREET/ UNITS HAVE HEAVY SMOKE COMING FROM KITCHEN AREA. CIFN*1/CIFN*14. 2:30p.m.

LOCAL UPDATE: KINMUNDY IL.(MARION)/ WORKING STRUCTURE/ 508 W. 4TH STREET/ FIRINA FD NOW REQSTED FOR M/A/ 2 ENG'S O/S WORKING. CIFN*1/CIFN*14. 2:35p.m.

LOCAL: EFFINGHAM CO./ MVA W/ INJURIES/ RT. 33 1/2 MILE W. ON 600TH STREET/ EMS UNIT O/S NOW REQSTING M/A FROM BEECHER CITY. CIFN*1 2:36p.m.

LOCAL UPDATE: EFFINGHAM CO./ MVA 1 PT IN FULL ARREST/ RT. 33 1/2 W. ON 600TH STREET/ M/A FROM BEECHER CITY AND ADVANCED AMBULANCE. CIFN*1/CIFN*60. 2:40p.m.


Sean A. Aaron (CIFN*1) (Owner)
http://www.geocities.com/central_illinois_firenet


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

Tuesday, May 04, 2004
(Central Time Zone)

KANSAS CITY, KS: Working fire at 1206 Quindaro Blvd x 12th St. Well involved 1-story house fire. *Evacuation tones sounded* Defensive operations. Partial collapse. Fire now knocked down and under control. Co's in overhaul operations
ATT. [KCFN02(HL)/STL899] 5:47 am


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


LOS ANGELES, CA:

GREATER ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE:


On Tuesday, May 04, 2004, at 0925 hours (9:25 a.m.), fifteen companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Assistant Chief Command Team, two Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams, two Battalion EMS, one HAZMAT Squad, four LAFD Rescue Ambulances and other support personnel, under the direction of Battalion Commander Greg Gibson, responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 413 East 7th Street in the Central City area. First units on the scene reported smoke showing from the three-story “Lyndon Hotel”. Firefighters ascending on the aerial ladder were subjected to debris being hurled at from the roof. Despite the debris heaved upon them to prevent their entry into the structure, Firefighters entered the structure, encountered fire and smoke on the second floor (in the hallway and in one unit). Aggressively attacking the fire on the second floor with handlines and immediately checking for extension on the third floor, Firefighters again encountered heavy smoke in the hallway and one unit well involved with fire. Firefighter extinguished the fires burning on both floors in approximately nineteen minutes. One Firefighter suffered a shoulder injury from debris thrown at them from the roof and was transported to County USC Medical Center in good condition. Two adults were also injured when they jumped from the roof of the window of the third floor to the rooftop of an adjacent one-story building. Both suffered leg injuries and one was transported to a local hospital in good condition. The Los Angeles Police Department apprehended the assailant on the roof. The Cause of the fire is listed as incendiary and fire damage is estimated at $60,000. ($50,000 structure and $10,000 contents)


MAJOR EMERGENCY STRUCTURE FIRE:

On Tuesday, May 04, 2004, at 1926 hours (7:26 p.m.) nineteen companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Assistant Chief Officer Team, five Battalion Command Officer Teams, one Battalion EMS, four LAFD Rescue Ambulances, and other support personnel, under the direction of Assistant Chief Michael Fulmis, responded to a Major Emergency Structure Fire at 4516 West Hollywood Boulevard in the Los Feliz area. First units on the scene reported a 50’ x 100’ building with apartments over commercials and heavy fire showing from the second floor and roof. Firefighters using handlines aggressively attacked the fire confining the fire to the second floor. The fire was extinguished in the ten-unit apartment in approximately forty-nine minutes. Four businesses on the first floor sustained some water damage. During firefighting operations one firefighter suffer a foot injury when he stepped on a nail. He was transported to U.S. Health Clinic in good condition. No other injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is listed as under investigation. Fire damage is still be tabulated.


REPORTS PREPARED BY :

James "Jim" R. Wells
Firefighter/Specialist
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD-E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

Fax: (213) 485-2708
LAFD E-Mail: jrw0585@lafd.lacity.org
LAFD Website: http://www.lafd.org


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Brooklyn, N. Y. 05/-4/04 @ 04:15 hrs.
Brownsville Section

Box 1630
address: 239 East 92nd. Street
between: Winthrop St. & Clarkson Ave.

1630 @ 04:09
Engs. 283, 310, 234, 227*
Lads. 174, 123
Batt. 38
Rescue Co. #2*
Squad Co. #252*
* 4 Engs. / 2 Tks. / Rescue & Squad due numerous calls.

10 - 75 - 1630 @ 04:12
Ladder 113 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Batt. 44
Division 15

Fire Building:
2 Story Brick 20 x 50 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 - 1630 @ 04:18
Batt. 38 reports: Box 1630, Using All - Hands for a fire on the top floor of a 2 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched & in operation. Searches are in progress. Fire is Doubtful.

@ 04:20
Division 15: Box 1630, ( 2 ) hand - lines stretched, 2 in operation. All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary search still in - progress.

@ 04:24
Division 15: Primary search thru out is complete and negative. By orders of Deputy Chief Butler, Div. 15, Probably Will Hold.

@ 04:30
Division 15: Secondary searches are complete and negative thru out. By orders of Deputy Chief Butler, Div. 15, Fire is UnderControl.

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 05/04/04 @ 16:00 hrs.
Lower Park Slope Section

Box 1287
address: 281 19th. Street
between: 5th. Ave. & 6th. Ave.

1287 @ 16:01
Engs. 220, 239
Lad. 122, T. Lad. 131
Batt. 48

10 - 75 - 1287 @ 16:05
Ladder 148 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Engs. 279, 228
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
Batt. 32 Division 11

Fire Building:
2 Story Row Frame 20 x 60 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 3 Story O. M. D.

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1287 @ 16:10
Batt. 48 reports, Using All - Hands for a fire on the 1st. floor of a 2 story row frame occupied multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Doubtful.

@ 16:20
Division 11: Box 1287, All visible fire has been extinguished. Primary searches on the 1st. & 2nd. floors are extinguished. Both exposures have been checked and we have no extensions. 2 - lines stretched and in operation. Truck's "Opening Up" Probably Will Hold.

@ 16:26
Batt. 32 reports: Box 1287, Secondary searches are complete & negative. Fire is UnderControl.


exchief84@sbcglobal.net


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5-4-04
Mt. Pleasant, WI
Rollover Accident



At 1655 hrs. Mt Pleasant Fire & Rescue was dispatched to the 3700 blk of Hwy 32 for a report of a rollover accident. While rig's were enroute dispatch advised unit's there was entrappment. First rig on scene reported a compact car rolled several times, hitting a wooden fence and landed on a cyclone fence. The person driving that was trapped also had part of the fence impaled in the person's hand & chest. At this time, command called dispatch to have flight for life to the scene to transport the entrapped person. A second person that was in the car was transported to the hospital to be checked out. It took about 30 minutes to free the driver. Flight transported the driver to a Milwaukee trauma center. Rig's on scene were;

Mt.Pleasant Engine; 121
Mt. Pleasant rescue's; 131,132
Mt. Pleasant Car's 140,141, 144
Sturtevant Engine 126- LZ for Flight


A tip of the helmet to the Fire & Rescure crew's from Mt.Pleasant & Sturtevant; a difficult job well done dealing with the condition's they had to work in.


B. Linstroth
Racine Fire Bells


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

On May 4th:

1845
- Portsmouth - NH - Major fire - Fire started in dye house at Hanover and Market St . Penhallow Street also affected. - Fire fanned out and destroyed several 4 story brick bldgs, several houses, a cabinet shop, several ware houses and grocery stores- Mut/Aid Newburyport MA with 3 engines and 400 volunteers - The garrison at Fort Constitution also provide aid with an excellent engine

1907 - Derry - NH - Major Fire - Beaver Lake - The Elms 3 - Story Wood Frame Hotel and several exposure bldgs destroyed in fire (Former boarding house for Adams Female Academy)

1921 - Sanford (Springvale) - ME - Witham Street - Trafton's box shop and gristmill burned

1970 - Swanzey - NH - Fire - Swanzey Lake Rd - Barn fire - Meadowood and Winchester Mutual Aid

1985 - Boston (Back Bay) - MA - 6th Alarm - 731 Boylston Street - 6 story stone and masonry office building

1990 - Lynn - MA - 6th Alarm - 842 Western Ave - 3 story apartments over commercial - Extended to exposure dwellings in rear, 16 left homeless

2000 - Concord - MA - 8th Alarm - 747 Main St - Concord Prof Center - Occupied Commercial Bldg - Fire thru roof - Nursing home threatened

2002 - Boston - MA - 9th Alarm - Box 4228 - 58 Third Ave - Charlestown Navy Yard - The Ropewalk building, 2 & 3 Sty brick vacant building 1500' long - 8 ladder pipes, 2 towers, 7 deck guns, 21 engines 1 rescue operating


Notable incidents beyond New England

1851
- San Francisco - CA - Much of city destroyed by fire - From Dec 1849 through June 1851, six huge arson fires struck the city


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


END.


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BOSTON, MA:

Boston FD's E-37/L-26 website

http://www.huntingtonaveexpress.com/


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Dear Friend of the LAFD:

The men and women of the Los Angeles Fire Department welcome you to visit any Neighborhood Fire Station in Los Angeles on...

FIRE SERVICE RECOGNITION DAY
Saturday, May 8, 2004
10 AM to 4 PM


This popular Southern California event is our Annual Open House - when every Neighborhood Fire Station in Los Angeles will be open and expecting your visit.

This is your chance to closely examine Fire Apparatus and Equipment, meet your Neighborhood Firefighters and Firefighter/Paramedics, learn about Fire Department career opportunities and how to be prepared for any disaster. The theme of this year's event is:

"Preparedness Isn't Someone Else's Job... It's Everyone's Job!"

Come meet the men and women who proudly protect Los Angeles and take advantage of free Blood Pressure Checks and up-close demonstrations of equipment you normally see only from afar.

While every Neighborhood Fire Station will be open and expecting your visit between 10AM and 4 PM this coming Saturday:

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

....several sites will also be hosting special regional LAFD Demonstrations:

- SHERMAN OAKS 5101 North Sepulveda Boulevard (our biggest event)
- WOODLAND HILLS Topanga Canyon X Victory Boulevard
- TUJUNGA 7777 Foothill Boulevard
- PACIFIC PALISADES 15045 Sunset Boulevard
- DOWNTOWN Olvera Street
- SAN PEDRO Ports O'Call Village (with Fireboats on Display!)
- MID CITY Exposition Park - 900 Exposition Boulevard
- HOLLYWOOD 1327 North Cole Avenue **

**The LAFD Historical Society will be providing a pancake breakfast at the LAFD Museum located adjacent at 1355 Cahuenga Blvd in Hollywood.

http://www.lafd.org/pancake.pdf

Admission to the Museum is free!!

We want to make this event fun and accessible for everyone. Sign Language Interpreters, assistive listening devices, or other auxiliary aids and/or services may be provided upon request. To ensure availability, 72-hour advance notification is requested. For more information contact the LAFD Community Service Unit: (213) 978-3820.

We look forward to seeing you at a Neighborhood Fire Station this Saturday, May 8th from 10 AM to 4 PM.


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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*** FireNet Group Of The Day: ***

(TCFN) Twin-Citywide Fire Notification Network

Minneapolis & St Paul Area

Joe Heitzinger
1131 James Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
Phone: 651-698-6700

E-MAIL: jrheitzinger@msn.com

HOMEPAGE: http://www.extraalarm.org


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