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National Incidents

Tuesday, June 29, 2004

(Central Time Zone)

NEW ORLEANS, LA: 6th Alarm - 2306 Carondelet St. 1-2 story dwelling - fully involved - spread to 4 other dwellings .NOLA. 2:07a.m.

LINDEN, NJ (UNION) **2nd Alarm** 1742 East Saint George Ave on the Elizabeth border. Well involved commercial building. 2nd Alarm M/A Companies moving to the scene. MFR301 [MFR]. 3:38a.m.

Update - LINDEN, NJ (UNION) *General Alarm* 1742 E. St. Georges Ave. @ Village Bakery. Fire was knocked down and under control - and **now thru the roof** Companies now report fire is DWH. EAN129/44 [EAN]. 4:45a.m.

Update - LINDEN, NJ (UNION) *General Alarm* 1742 E. St. Georges Ave. @ Village Bakery. FD now reports fire is finally knocked down. M/A being released from scene. (M/A cover only at this time). 4 lines stretched operating. Fire is now PWH. EAN44/129 [EAN]. 5:31a.m.

EDISON, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **Second Alarm** Working high-rise fire** 1045 Grove Ave. Working apartment fire on the #4 or 5 floor. Interior reporting flashover in interior. Still heavy smoke showing. Command requests ALS to the scene - Unknown if for the victim being treated by EMS. MFR4568 [MFR]. 7:29a.m.

Update - EDISON, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **Second Alarm** Occupied multiple dwelling** 1045 Grove Ave. Working apartment fire. Fire placed PWH and contained to Apt.7-C. All Companies commited and operating as per Command. 1 vicitm being treated by EMS/ALS. MFR4568 [MFR]. 7:35a.m.

APSN NAT'L ALERT: PHOENIX, AZ: Phoenix Fire Dept *2nd Alarm* house fire - 10817 N. 46th Ave. Units on scene with 3 houses well involved. [APSN01]. 1:30p.m.

IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **2nd Alarm on arrival** Ellis Ave & Springfield Ave. Heavy fire on arrival. M/A to work. EAN633 [EAN]. 1:43p.m.

IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **2nd Alarm on arrival** Ellis & Springfield Aves. Heavy fire through out a 2.5-story frame. M/A for cover. EAN503 EAN-305 [EAN]. 1:48p.m.

IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **2nd Alarm** Springfield Ave and Ellis St. Well involved 2.5-story frame. Companies making progress. 1 Firefighter being transported with Medics to St. Barnabas Burn Center in an unknown condition. MFR301 [MFR]. 2:06p.m.

Update - IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) *2nd Alarm* Ellis Ave & Springfield Ave. 2.5-story frame with fire throughout. Companies have main body of fire knocked down. Companies checking for hotspots. 1 Firefighter transported by ALS/BLS to SBMC Burn Center Livingston. EAN633 O/S 85/151/402 [EAN]. 2:09p.m.

LARIMER COUNTY, CO: LODD South of Owl Canyon Road on US-287. A Larimer County Sheriffs Deputy has been killed in a roll-over motor vehicle accident. MNN-001. 3:39p.m.

LONDON, UK: Six Pump Fire, Twickenham. Large car repair facility destroyed, cylinders reported, 100 evacuated. Fire knocked down, overhaul until tomorrow evening at least. TFN315. [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:15p.m.

Overnight, LONDON, UK: Fatal Fire, Shifford Path, Forest Hill (Lewisham). 2-story brick dwelling - fire 1st floor thru roof. 1 9 year-old male DOA. 13 year-old female escaped with burns. Police investigating cause. TOC 0309 GMT. TFN315. [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:18p.m.

FRANKLIN, NJ (SOMERSET) **2nd Alarm on arrival** @ 249 Hempstead Dr. Fire in a private dwelling with reported people trapped. DWH. MFR4568 * MFR465 [MFR]. 5:44p.m.

INCIDENT COMMAND - MESA, ARIZONA: 2nd Alarm structure fire at 1058 N. July Circle. BC-201 on scene with a working attic fire in a duplex. Extension to two additional structures. Heavy fire involvement to the attic of the initial structure. Current temp 101. [ICP963]. 7:25p.m.

ICP: SAN CARLOS BIA, ARIZONA - WILDLAND UPSHAW CANYON - Units on scene of the Upshaw Fire that was reported @ 1500 acres. Kvale's Type 2 Team will take command tomorrow. GPS: 33.28.43N X 110.12.46W [ICP324,963,245]. 7:49p.m.

2nd Alarm - CROMWELL, CT: 5 St. Johns Court (St. Johns Church). Fire on floor 2 with possible extension to the attic. M/A requested. C42 [TAC9-C101]. 8:45p.m.

NEWBURGH, NY (ORANGE) **2nd Alarm** @ 5251 Route 9-W x Albany Post Rd (Middle Hope). Fire through the roof of a private dwelling with exposures. M/A FAST Team and Truck from Cronomer Valley and Engine from Goodwill to the scene. DWH. MFR465 [MFR]. 10:34p.m.


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

Tuesday, June 29, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

W/F SPENCER MA 89 NORTH SPENCER RD BUILDING FIRE HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING M/A TO WORK & COVER *33.64/453.3625* C991 [TAC9-C158]. 1:00a.m.

MVA OTIS, MA. ON ROUTE 8 NEAR COLD SPRING ROAD CAR VS. POLE. LIFESTAR HELO REQUESTED FOR 1 10-45 UNKNOWN CODE. *154.310/155.385* C158 [TAC9-C101]. 8:51a.m.

*RI FOREST FIRE DANGER* FOR TUESDAY JUNE 29, 2004 - DEM REPORTS FIRE DANGER IS CLASS 3 MEDIUM FOR NORTH & SOUTH ZONES. PREDICTED CLASS 4 HIGH DANGER THIS AFTERNOON. [TAC9-C75]. 9:21a.m.

W/F NORWAY, ME. ON STAGE COACH ROAD A MOBILE FIRE M/A TO WORK & COVER.*154.070* C411 [TAC9-C101]. 10:11a.m.

MVA ETNA, ME. ON INTERSTATE 95 NORTH BOUND 1 MILE SOUTH OF THE ETNA EXIT. A 2 CAR ROLLOVER OVER WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS OPERATING. *154.310* C411 [TAC9-C101]. 10:16a.m.

W/F WORCESTER MA 21 GRANITE ST STRUCTURE FIRE *800* C02/C101 [TAC9-C33]. 12:29p.m.

MVA WOONSOCKET, RI PRIVILEGE @ RATHBURN STREETS A 2 CAR MVA W/ ENTRAPMENT OIC REQUESTING LADDER 2 W/ THE JAWS *154.13* [TAC9-C316]. 1:46p.m.

W/F RANDOPLH, MA 11 TANGEN ST A KITCHEN FIRE IN A DWELLING S/C 1 ENGINE FOR FAST TEAM *483.6625* (C461/C519) [TAC9-C316]. 3:20p.m.

U/D W/F RANDOLPH, MA 11 TANGEN AVE OIC REPORTING FIRE IN AN EXTERIOR WALL OF A 25X20 1STY WDFM DWELLING CO'S OPENING UP 1 LINE RUN ACW *483.6625* (C461/C519) [TAC9-C316]. 3:29p.m.

MVA WEST PARIS, ME. ON MAIN STREET (ROUTE 219) 2 CARS WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS OPERATING. S/C 2 ADDITIONAL AMBUANCES. *154.070* [TAC9-C101]. 4:00p.m.

MVA KINGSTON, MA. ON PEMBROKE STREET (ROUTE 27) 1 10-45 C2 ON SCENE BOSTON MEDFLIGHT REQUESTED UNKNOWN L/Z. *460.600* C519/C238 [TAC9-C101]. 5:39p.m.

W/F SPENCER, MA 19 MCDONALD ST A WELL INVOLVED BUILDING MULTI M/A TO COVER AND WORK *33.64* C103 [TAC9-C612]. 7:26p.m.

MVA SANFORD ME 1611 MAIN ST (RTE 109) 2 CAR HEAD-ON MULTI INJURIES & ENTRAPMENT S/C THE SQUAD & 3 RESCUES M/A ALFRED RESCUE REQ DEPT RECALL *460.525* C53/C91/C101/C602 [TAC9-C158]. 7:48p.m.

U/D MVA SANFORD ME 1611 MAIN ST 2 ENGINES/THE SQUAD & 3 RESCUES WORKING AN EXTENDED EXTRICATION 1-1045 STATUS 1 TRAPPED *460.525* C53/C91/C101/C603 [TAC9-C158]. 8:10p.m.

W/F CROMWELL, CT. 5 ST. JOHNS COURT, ST JOHNS CHURCH. FIRE IN AN OFFICE ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF AN ADDITION HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING S/C 1 M/A ENGINE FROM WESTFIELD TO THE SCENE. *154.430/46.18* C42 [TAC9-C101]. 9:32p.m.

2ND ALARM CROMWELL, CT. 5 ST. JOHNS COURT (ST. JOHNS CHURCH) FIRE ON FLOOR 2 WITH POSSIBLE EXTENSION TO THE ATTIC M/A REQUESTED. C42 [TAC9-C101]. 9:45p.m.

CARRY OUT JAFFREY NH MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN MAIN ENTRANCE FIRE RESCUE UNITS STAGING FOR 1-1045 LOWER LEG FRACTURE BEING CARRIED OFF A TRAIL ETA IS 30 MINUTES *154.43/453.0125* C101 [TAC9-C158]. 10:40p.m.

ACW WILMINGTON MA 4 TRUMAN RD CELLAR FIRE REQUEST EMS STAT TO SCENE *154.2875* [TAC9-C134]. 10:56p.m.

U/D ACW WILMINGTON MA FIRE IN BOILER IN BASEMENT U/C, OIC CANCELED W/F ASSIGMENT PWH [TAC9-C134]. 11:00p.m.


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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, June 29, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

FAIRFAX CO, VA: FATAL MVA 1510 SPRING HILL RD (NEAR TYCO RD). M429 O/S REPT (1) FATALITY. S/C FOR HEAVY RESCUE TO STABILIZE VEHICLE & ASSIST IN ACCESSING VICTIM. OPS ON 4C. (VFN75). 10:51p.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, June 29, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

LINDEN NJ (UNION) *WORKING FIRE* 1742 EAST ST. GEORGES AVENUE, VILLAGE BAKERY. ENG 3 O/S BEING WAVED IN FOR FIRE IN DUCT WORK. EAN129. 2:57a.m.

LINDEN NJ (UNION) U/D *WORKING FIRE* 1742 E. ST. GEORGES AVENUE, CMD REPORTS FIRE IN THE DUCT WORK IN A BAKERY. 2 H/L'S IN OPERATION SENDIND A 3RD T ROOF TO DUMP WATER ON FIRE. ALL OCCUPANTS OUT AND FIRE IS P/W/H. EAN129. 3:10a.m.

LINDEN NJ (UNION) U/D *WORKING FIRE* 1742 E. ST. GEORGES AVENUE AT VILLAGE BAKERY, CMD REPORTS MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D, FIRE U/C CREWS IN PROCESS OF OVERHAUL. EAN129. 3:27a.m.

U/D LINDEN NJ (UNION) *GENERAL ALARM* 1742 E. ST. GEORGES AVE. @ VILLAGE BAKERY. FIRE WAS K/D AND U/C AND **NOW THRU THE ROOF** CO'S NOW REPORT FIRE IS DWH. EAN129/44 EAN503. 5:44a.m.

U/D LINDEN NJ (UNION) *GENERAL ALARM* 1742 E. ST. GEORGES AVE. @ VILLAGE BAKERY. F/D NOW REPORTS FIRE IS FINALLY K/D. M/A BEING RELEASED FROM SCENE. (M/A COVER ONLY A/T/T) 4 L/S/O. FIRE NOW PWH. EAN44/129 EAN503. 6:31a.m.

BRONX NY *ALL HANDS* @ 3917 MURDOCK AVE. FIRE TOP FLOOR OF A 3 BRK 20X45. EXTRA ENGINE/TRUCK ABOVE ALL HANDS. MAIN BODY FIRE K/D. SCHS UNDERWAY EAN503. 9:11a.m.

U/D BRONX NY *ALL HANDS* @ 3917 MURDOCK AVE. FIRE IN THE ATTIC OF A 3 BRK 20X45. EXTRA ENGINE/TRUCK ABOVE ALL HANDS. MAIN BODY FIRE K/D. PRI SCHS (-) FIRE PWH EAN503. 9:14a.m.

ELIZABETH (UNION) **HAZ-MAT** ON MARR ST FD IS ON THE SCENE WITH A OVERSEA'S CONTAINER THAT HAS AN ODOR COMING OUT OF IT AWAITING SHIPPING PAPER COMPANIES ARE STAGING ATT EAN100/ EAN388. 9:34a.m.

BROOKLYN *A/H* BOX 694 MYRTLE AVE. & THROOP AVE. WALL COLLAPSE M/A FROM MANHATTAN CO'S TO THE SCN. UNKN/ ON INJ'S OR PIN ATT. EAN852-840 - EAN305. 9:43a.m.

U/D ELIZABETH (UNION) **HAZ-MAT** ON MARR ST FD IS ON THE SCENE WITH A OVERSEA'S CONTAINER THAT HAS AN ODOR COMING OUT OF IT IS SMOLDING COCO BEANS FORK LIFT TO REMOVE PALLETS FROM CONTAINER EAN100/ EAN388. 9:49a.m.

BRONX NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 4612 @ 1106 E.180TH ST @ BRONX PARK AVE. FIRE IN THE WALLS OF A 3 STY 20X40 FIRE IS NOW K/D & U/C. EAN465/706/90/ EAN503. 1:16p.m.

BROOKLYN,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 2663 @ 34 55 ST. BATT 40 HAD FIRE IN THE COCKLOFT OF A 3 STY BRK 20 X 40 PD. FIRE IS NOW K/D AND PWH. EAN503/EAN28/ EAN90. 1:18p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN,NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 2663 @ 34 55 ST. DIV 11 RPT'S 2 L/S/O AND THE PRI SRCH IS NEG. FIRE IS STILL PWH. EAN503/ EAN28/ EAN90. 1:27p.m.

LITTLE EGG HARBOR,NJ (OCEAN) *WORKING FIRE* 103 PARKER RD. CMD HAS FIRE IN THE REAR OF A RESTRUANT. M/A FAST TRUCK FROM STAFFORD TWSP,NJ (OCEAN). EAN216/ EAN90. 1:36p.m.

*FINAL* LITTLE EGG HARBOR,NJ CMD RPT'S ALL FIRE IS K/D AND FAST TRUCK IS BEING RETURNED. FIRE MARSHALS OFFICE TO THE SCENE. EAN216/EAN27/ EAN90. 1:44p.m.

IRVINGTON NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALM ON ARRIVAL** ELLIS AVE & SPRINGFIELD AVE. HVY FIRE ON ARRIVAL M/A TO WORK EAN633 EAN503. 2:43p.m.

U/D IRVINGTON NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALM ON ARRIVAL** ELLIS & SPRINGFIELD AVES. HVY FIRE THRU-OUT A 2.5 STY FRAME. M/A FOR COVER. EAN633 O/S EAN402/85/151/ EAN503. 2:44p.m.

U/D IRVINGTON NJ (ESSEX) *2ND ALARM* ELLIS AVE & SPRINGFIELD AVE. 2.5 STY FRAME FIRE THRU-OUT. CO'S HAVE MAIN BODY FIRE K/D CO'S CHECKING FOR HOTSPOTS. 1 F/F TRANSPORTED BY ALS/BLS TO SBMC BURN CENTER LIVINGSTON. EAN633 O/S 85/151/402 EAN503. 3:09p.m.

HOWELL TWP NJ (MONMOUTH) W/F ON WESTERN DR, FIRE THE KITCHEN OF A PVT DWLG, FIRE IS K/D ATT, UNCONFIRMED RPT THAT THE DAUGHTER OF THE OWNER STARTED THE FIRE DURING AN ARGUMENT. NJ275/ EAN100. 4:08p.m.

ELIZABETH NJ (UNION) *GAS LEAK* 68 LIVINGSTON STREET. FD O/S WITH SEVERAL MANHOLE COVERS THAT HAVE BLOWN OFF RESULT OF GAS LEAK. SPEC REQ E-TOWN GAS. EAN129. 6:04p.m.

QUEENS NY: ALL-HANDS BOX 1472 ROCKAWAY BEACH BLVD & BEACH 148 ST A FIRE IN A VAC BLDG DWH EAN10. 6:13p.m.

*U/D* QUEENS NY: BOX 1472 ALL-HANDS ROCKAWAY BEACH BLVD & BEACH 148 ST FIRE K/D NOW (PWH) EAN10. 6:34p.m.

ELIZABETH NJ (UNION) U/D *GAS LEAK* 68 LIVINGSTON STREET. DEP AND UNION COUNTY HAZMAT O/S W/ELIZ FD. GAS CO TAKING BOTTLE SAMPLES FROM SEWERS TO DETERMINE IF NATURAL GAS, ALL CO'S WORKING ATT. EAN129. 7:22p.m.

BROOKLYN NY **ALL-HANDS** BOX 3851 1338-73ST BWT.14TH AND 13 AVE FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF A 2 1/2 STRY PD 20x40 FIRE IS DWH EAN852. 8:50p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY **ALL-HANDS** BOX 3851 1338-73ST BWT.14TH AND 13 AVE FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF A 2 1/2 STRY PD 20x40 ALL FIRE IS K/D PLACED UDC EAN 28,305 EAN852. 8:56p.m.


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

Tuesday, June 29, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

TOWN OF BOONTON, NJ (MORRIS) *VEHICLE FIRE* 100 WASHINGTON ST. IN FRONT OF POLICE HQ FOR A FULLY INVOLVED LAKELAND BUS. MFR209. 2:07a.m.

LINDEN NJ, (UNION) **2ND ALARM** 1742 EAST SAINT GEORGE AVE ON THE ELIZABETH BORDER. WELL INVOLVED COMMERCIAL BLDG. 2ND ALARM M/A COMPANIES MOVING TO THE SCENE. MFR301. 4:36a.m.

LEVITTOWN, NY (NASSAU) *STRUCTURE FIRE* 90 CORNFLOWER RD. BOX 1158, FOR A RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE FIRE. MFR209. 5:28a.m.

CHELSEA, NY (DUTCHESS) **WORKING FIRE** ON EASTER RD. X RIVER RD. NORTH. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. F.I. TEAM TO THE SCENE. MFR465. 5:59a.m.

FINAL U/D LINDEN, NJ (UNION) **2ND ALARM** @ 1742 E. ST. GEORGE AVE. X GARFIELD ST. ON THE ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) BORDER. FIRE INVOLVED A BAKERY IN A LARGE COMMERCIAL BUILDING. ALL FIRE KNOCKED DOWN AND UNDER CONTROL. M/A BEING RELEASED. MFR301 * MFR465. 6:30a.m.

GLENWOOD, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** @ 402 VALLEY RD., "BROOKVILLE GOLF CLUB". FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING. DWH. MFR465. 7:06a.m.

EDISON,NJ (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING OMD FIRE** 1045 GROVE AVE WORKING APPARTMENT FIRE. HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. 2ND TRUCK AND ENGINE BEING ASSIGNED A/T/T. RES5CUE TREATING 1 VICTIM UNK CONDITION. MFR4568. 8:23a.m.

BRONX, NY (BRONX) **ALL HANDS FIRE** BOX 3821: 3917 MURDOCK AVE AT E. 233RD STREET -- *FIRE ON THE TOP FLOOR OF A 3-STORY BRICK 20X45 OMD, MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D, PRI SRCHS (-) FIRE IS PWH*. MFR58 * MFRT18. 9:08a.m.

NEW BRUNSWICK,NJ (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 114 SEMAN ST CO'S OPERATING A TRUCK FIRE WITH EXTENSION TO DWELLING. ADDITIONAL NBFD ENGINE RESPONDING. NORTH BRUNSWICK FD ON STANDBY FOR CITY COVERAGE. EMS STAGING. FIRE NOW PLACED UNDER AND PWH. BLD INSPECTOR TO LOCATION. MFR4568. 10:14a.m.

PATERSON NJ, (PASSAIC) **CARBON MONOXIDE W/SYMPTOMS** 34 MADDISON AVE. 2 VICTIMS OVERCOME BY APPARENT CARBON MONOXIDE FUMES, FD AND MEDICS REQUESTED BY BLS ON SCENE. MFR301. 12:11p.m.

BRONX, NY (BRONX) **ALL HANDS** BOX 1618 ON E. 180 ST. FIRE IN THE WALLS OF A 3 STORY FRAME. DWH. MFR108*706* MFR465. 1:09p.m.

FINAL U/D BRONX, NY (BRONX) **ALL HANDS** BOX 4612 ON E. 180 ST. 2 L/S/O FOR A FIRE IN THE WALLS OF A 3 STORY FRAME. FIRE IS UNDER CONTROL. MFR108*706* MFR465. 1:13p.m.

BROOKLYN, NY (KINGS) **ALL HANDS** BOX 2663 @ 34 55 ST. FIRE IN A 3 STORY FRAME. DWH. MFR108 * MFR465. 1:18p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN, NY (KINGS) **ALL HANDS** BOX 2663 @ 344 55 ST. FIRE IN THE COCKLOFT OF A 3 STORY FRAME 20 X 40. PWH. MFR108 * MFR465. 1:24p.m.

WASHINGTON TWP, NJ (GLOUCESTER) *WORKING FIRE* 432 DELSEA DR. CHIEF O/S ADVISING SMOKE SHOWING FROM A 2STY DUPLEX. ALL CO'S I/S. MFR3386. 2:28p.m.

U/D WASHINGTON TWP, NJ (GLOUCESTER) *WORKING FIRE* 432 DELSEA DR. CHIEF NOW PLACING FIRE U/C. REQUESTING ARSON UNIT TO SCENE. MFR3386. 2:30p.m.

IRVINGTON NJ, (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** SPRINGFIELD AVE AND ELLIS ST. HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A PRIVATE DWELLING. EXTERIOR OPERATIONS. MFR440 * MFR301. 2:41p.m.

U/D IRVINGTON NJ, (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** SPRINGFIELD AVE AND ELLIS ST. CO'S ENTERING 1ST FL, EXTERIOR OPERATIONS HALTED. STILL DWH. RELOCATIONS IN PROGRESS. MFR301. 2:54p.m.

U/D IRVINGTON NJ, (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** SPRINGFIELD AVE AND ELLIS ST. COMPANIES MAKING PROGRESS. 1 FIREFIGHTER BEING TRANSPORTED WITH MEDICS TO ST. BARNABAS BURN CENTER IN UNK COND. MFR301. 3:05p.m.

BRONX, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3149 1950 ANDREWS AVE X W. 179TH ST. FIRE IN A 6 STORY 275 X 275 REHAB CENTER IN A 7 BUILDING COMPLEX. HEAVY SMOKE ON ARRIVAL. EXTRA ENGINE AND TRUCK REQUESTED. MFR329 * MFR58. 2:13p.m.

U/D BRONX, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3149 1950 ANDREWS AVE. APT FIRE K/D, SEARCHES NEGATIVE. SPECIAL UNITS RETURNING. TRUCK CO'S OPENING UP. FIRE REMAINS DWH ATT. MFR329 * MFR58. 2:15p.m.

BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3954 1180 PRESIDENT ST. FIRE IN A 4 STORY U/K TYPE BUILDING. PERSONS TRAPPED ON FIRE ESCAPES. RESCUES BEING MADE. FIRE IS DWH. MFR58. 5:40p.m.

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, PA *WORKING FIRE* BOX 452 @ 1507 DICKINSON ST. B/C ON SCENE WITH A 3 STY DWLG 15x45. HVY FIRE IN THE REAR. FIRE EXTENDING TO "B" EXPOSURE. SAME DIMENSIONS. DWH MFR3386. 5:42p.m.

U/D CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, PA *WORKING FIRE* BOX 452 @ 1507 DICKINSON ST. BATT 1 ADVISING BULK OF FIRE K/D. STILL HAVE HVY SMOKE CONDITION THROUGH OUT ORIGINAL FIRE BLDG AND EXPOSURES. MINOR EXTENSION TO "B" EXPOSURE. PWH MFR3305/ MFR3386. 5:51p.m.

QUEENS NY. **ALL-HANDS** ON BOX 1472 AOF IS ROCKAWAY BEACH BLVD & BEACH 148 ST. FIRE IN A DWELLING, FIRE IS PWH ATT MFR58 MFR3305. 6:27p.m.

QUEENS NY U/D **ALL-HANDS** ON BOX 1472 AOF IS 148-08 ROCKAWAY BEACH BLVD. FIRE IN 2 STY 20X30 DWELLING, FIRE WAS ON 1ST FLOOR & FIRE IS U/C ATT MFR58 MFR3305. 6:33p.m.

FRANKLIN, NJ (SOMERSET) **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL** @ 249 HEMPSTEAD DR. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING WITH REPORTED PEOPLE TRAPPED. DWH. MFR4568 * MFR465. 6:44p.m.

BROOKLYN NY **ALL-HANDS** BOX 3851 AOF 1338 75TH ST. B/C 4 HAS FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF A UNK STORY 20 X 40 FRAME. 2 L/S/O FIRE IS DARKENING DOWN & REMAINS DWH. MFR3305. 8:49p.m.

U/D BROOKLYN NY **ALL-HANDS** BOX 3851 U/D LOC AOF 1338 73RD ST. B/C 4 HAS FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF A 2.5 STY PVT DWELLING 20 X 40 FRAME. 2 L/S/O FIRE IS K/D. SEARCHES NEGATIVE. FIRE IS U/C MFR3305. 8:56p.m.

NEWBURGH, NY (ORANGE) **WORKING FIRE** @ 5251 ROUTE 9-W X ALBANY POST RD. (MIDDLE HOPE). FIRE THROUGH THE ROOF OF A PRIVATE DWELLING WITH EXPOSURES. M/A FASTEAM AND TRUCK FROM CRONOMER VALLEY TO THE SCENE. DWH. MFR465. 11:33p.m.

U/D NEWBURGH, NY (ORANGE) **2ND ALARM** @ 5251 ROUTE 9-W X ALBANY POST RD. (MIDDLE HOPE). FIRE THROUGH THE ROOF OF A PRIVATE DWELLING WITH EXPOSURES. M/A FASTEAM AND TRUCK FROM CRONOMER VALLEY AND ENGINE FROM GOODWILL TO THE SCENE. DWH. MFR465. 11:34p.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, June 29, 2004
(Eastern Time Zone)

TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

WHITBY LAKE ONTARIO POSS PLANE DOWN. UNK TYPE. TRENTON SEARCH AND RESCUE ENROUTE TO DROP SARTAC ON SHORE THEN ZODIAC TO SITE WITH DIVE GEAR. TFN446 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 6:09p.m.

12 WILFRID. SMK ON ARR BACK DECK. R134 CMD. TFN355 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 6:18p.m.

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CANADA Report:

POSS PLANE DOWN, LAKE ONTARIO S/O AJAX. S/A/R AJAX FIRE, DURHAM MOS, TORONTO MOS IN REGARDS, *AJAX TAC 1* TFN409 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:28p.m.

WAINFLEET. ONT. 2ND ALARM, HIGHWAY 3 & PETIT RD. VAC. HOUSE FIRE, FLAMES VIS. O/A. ADD'L STATION TONED OUT (HALDIMAND #7). 153.800. TFN315. (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:55p.m.


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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, June 29, 2004
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-HSE 145 W LA MIRADA Units onscene of a W/F. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP319m]. 7:59a.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD HSE Per CMD, fire control, all clear & PAR on the fire ground. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP319m]. 8:04a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-HSE 10817 N 46th AVE Units onscene of a W/F. TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP319m]. 11:05a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 1A-HSE 10817 N 46th AVE Units onscene of a W/F. TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP319m]. 11:13a.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD 1A-HSE Per CMD, 1 house F/I with ext to another structure. TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP319m]. 11:16a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 2A-HSE 10817 N 46th AVE Units ONS of a W/F. TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP319m]. 11:21a.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD 2A-HSE Per CMD, no exposures to the north recall 2nd alarm. TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP319m]. 11:25a.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD 1A-HSE Per CMD, fire control, all clear & PAR on the fire ground. TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP963,319m]. 11:34a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 962X 35th AVE & GRAND Units ONS of a 2 vehicle accident possibly hit by train. TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP319m]. 11:44a.m.

ICP: RMFD *BRUSH ASSIGNMENT* 128th ST. & RIO VERDE Units ONS of a brush fire that has been burning for appx. 30 min, rptdly started by kids. TFC: Ch6 153.860 [ICP245,737]. 1:19p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-APT 3012 N 40th ST Units onscene of a W/F. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP319m]. 1:31p.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD APT Per CMD, all clear, fire control & PAR on the fire ground S/C for an investigator. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP319m]. 1:41p.m.

ICP: TollesonFD *DROWNING* 9330 W McDOWELL. TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP319m]. 2:05p.m.

ICP-U/D: TollesonFD DR Per CMD, adult male in full code ATT. TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP319m]. 2:12p.m.

ICP-U/D: TollesonFD DR Per CMD, (1) Adult male in Full Code enroute to west valley medical center. TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP319m]. 2:26p.m.

ICP: MesaFD 2-1-STR 1058 N JULY CIRCLE BC-201 ons with a working attic fire in a duplex. TFC: Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 5:11p.m.

ICP: MesaFD 1A-STR 1058 N JULY CIRCLE BC-201 ons with a working attic fire in a duplex with exposures. TFC: Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 5:13p.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 1A-STR CMD advises the attic is fully involved end to end on the initial structure. TFC: Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 5:16p.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 1A-STR CMD advises they now have involvement to a 3rd house. TFC: Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 5:19p.m.

ICP: MesaFD 2A-STR 1058 N JULY CIRCLE BC-201 ons with a working attic fire in a duplex with exposures to two add'l houses. TFC: Ch2 154.235 [ICP963]. 5:19p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 962R 7th Ave & GREENWAY Units ONS w/ a van on its side, S/C add'l units TFC: Ch5 153.830 [ICP319,161m]. 5:28p.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 2A CMD advises they have fire control on all 3 involved structures. TFC: Ch2 154.235 Lvl2Stg Ch5 154.010 [ICP963]. 5:33p.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 2A CMD has sounded EMERGENCY tones for power lines down on the scene. TFC: Ch2 154.235 Lvl2Stg Ch5 154.010 [ICP319,963]. 5:44p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-HSE 1937 E DIAMOND Units ONS of a W/F. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP161,319m]. 5:47p.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD HSE Per CMD, fire control, all clear & PAR on the fire ground S/C for an investigator. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP161,319m]. 5:52p.m.

ICP: MesaFD 1A-MED 600 E McKELLIPS RD Unitsw onscene of a serious 962. 3 Medical helicopters enroute. TFC: Ch3 153.950 [ICP737,963]. 6:16p.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD 1A-MED CMD is advising they have a total of 6 patients ons. TFC: Ch3 153.950 LZ-Ch4 154.280 [ICP737,963]. 6:18p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-HSE 2315 W HAYWARD Units onscene of a W/F. TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP319m]. 6:59p.m.

ICP GlendaleFD DROWNING 11026 N 54TH DR TFC Ch6 154.310 [ICP112W]. 7:29p.m.

ICP: RMFD HELO REQUEST LA MONTANA & PARKVIEW. (FtnHills) E822 setting up an LZ, unk injury. TFC: Ch5 154.400 LZ/Ch4 154.280 MCSO Digital [ICP737]. 7:33p.m.

ICP U/D GlendaleFD DR CMD requesting AR29. Ranger41 cancelled. No further info avail. TFC Ch6 154.310 [ICP112W]. 7:41p.m.


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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
(Mountain Standard Time)

APSN 2ND ALARM FIRE Phoenix FD 10817 N 46TH AVE FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN01]. 11:27a.m.

APSN 2-1 HAZ-MAT Tempe FD ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING DEPT Units ons of an acid spill with one patient FREQ: Ch7 154.145 [APSN01]. 11:55a.m.

APSN MVA VS TRAIN Phoenix FD 35th AVE and Grand FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN01]. 12:17p.m.

APSN 3-1 APT FIRE Phoenix FD 3014 N 40 street FREQ CH8 153.770 [APSN01]. 1:37p.m.

APSN DROWNING TOLLSON FD 9330 W MCDOWELL FREQ CH9 155.670 [APSN01]. 2:17p.m.

APSN: DROWNING Tolleson FD 93RD AVE & MCDOWELL ROAD Fire advising they are working a full code adult male PT. FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN18]. 2:17p.m.

APSN: 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE Mesa FD 1058 N. JULY CIRCLE FREQ: Ch2 154.235 [APSN18]. 5:17p.m.

APSN: 2ND ALARM HOUSE FIRE Mesa FD 1058 N. JULY CIRCLE CMD advising several structures involved. FREQ: Ch2 154.235 [APSN18]. 5:25p.m.

APSN: MVA W/ EXTRICATION I-10 W/B @ TUNNEL Reported to be a car under a semi. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN18]. 6:04p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD MVA // 2 Semi's and 2 cars involved with heavy damage to one vehicle. Unk if any extrication needed. Middle lanes closed, traffic using #1 & sholder lanes only. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN18]. 6:09p.m.

APSN: 1ST ALARM MEDICAL Mesa FD MESA DR & MCKELLIPS 3 helicopters ONS of a serious mva. FREQ: Ch3 153.950 [APSN18]. 6:18p.m.

APSN 3-1 HOUSE FIRE Phoenix FD 2315 W HAYWARD FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN01]. 7:05p.m.

APSN DROWNING --->ENROUTE Glendale FD 11026 N 54TH DR FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN01]. 7:32p.m.

APSN SHOOTING Phoenix PD 3948 W PALOMINO Possible home invastion ... victim enroute to St Joes FREQ: Ch1 453.100 [APSN01]. 10:40p.m.


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

Tuesday, June 29, 2004
(Central Time Zone)

STLFN: ST.LOUIS,MO: STLFD HAD AN OVERNIGHT 1st ALARM (0440hrs) @ MAPLE & EUCLID. FIRE IN A 2-STY/2-FAMILY BRK BLDG. NFI. [STL899]. 9:11a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING AT 222 S. 21ST. ORIGINALLY DISPATCHED AS AN ALARM SOUNDING WITH 1ST ALARM REQUESTED ON ARRIVAL. PUMPERS 7 2 17 5 10 HL 6 BC 802 AND 801 SQUAD2 /STL819. 11:13p.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S 1ST ALARM AT 222 S. 21ST. BC 802 REPORTS THEY HAVE A FIRE IN A LAUNDRY WITH 1 LINE OFF. /STL819. 11:15p.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S FIRE IN A LAUNDRY FACILITY AT 222 S. 21ST STREET. DC810 REPORTS THEY HAVE A FIRE IN A DRIER THAT IS PARTIALLY CONTAINED BY THE SPRINKLER SYSTEM AND THEY ARE EXTINGUISHING THE FIRE NOW. /STL819. 11:24p.m.


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

Tuesday, June 29, 2004
(Central Time Zone)

STRUCTURE FIRE SHIRLEY IL (MCLEAN CO) BARN FIRE 3608 GRAMPP RD SHIRLEY. DALE TWP FIRE M/A FROM BLOOMINGTON TOWNSHIP FD & MCLEAN CO RESCUE SQUAD. CIFN # 4. 10:23a.m.

LOCAL-EVENTS- HAMMOND,IL-VOL.FD ANNUAL PANCAKE/SAUSAGE 103 E.3RDST. 6-10AM JULY 4TH DONATIONS ACCEPTED CIFN*125. 1:11p.m.

LOCAL-EVENTS- GEORGETOWN,IL(VERMILLION) 211 S.MAIN 50TH ANNIVERSARY- EVENTS ALL DAY 9AM-DUSK FIREWORKS. 9AM PARADE/10AM FIREFIGHTER OLYMPICS,BBQ COOK OFF, AND GAMES. CIFN*125. 1:16p.m.

LOCAL-EVENTS- CHARLESTON/MATTOON(COLES)AIRSHOW 2004 JULY 3RD COLE CNTY AIRPORT- RT.16 EAST OF I-57- MILITARY AND CIV. FLY-BYS, HAWAIIAN F.D. JET FIRE TRUCK, AIRPORT FIRE EQUIP ON DISPLAY. -FREE-CIFN*125. 1:24p.m.

CIFN- SPECIAL- JULY 2, & 3 FLORA RESCUE, & CLAY CO AMBULANCE WILL BE AT FLORA'S CHARLIE BROWN PARK, POSSIBLE EXTRICATION 1 OF THE DAYS, PUBLIC WELCOMED, FOR DIRECTIONS EMAIL RAMJ1@EARTHLINK.NET *2. 3:46p.m.

STRUCTURE FIRE NORMAL IL (MCLEAN CO) DELAYED 105 N TOWANDA AVE STRUCTURE FIRE NFD E13,TK14,E11,TW10 O/S FIRE WAS KNOCKED DOWN QUICKLY. CIFN # 4. 4:26p.m.

STRUCTURE FIRE ARROWSMITH IL (MCLEAN CO) 10775N 3300E BARN FIRE ARROWSMITH E182 TANKER 183 SAYBROOK E171 TANKER 174 M/A FROM COLFAX FIRE/AMB, ANCHOR & COOKSVILLE FD CIFN # 4. 4:28p.m.

FATAL MVA BLOOMINGTON TOWNSHIP IL (MCLEAN CO) FATAL MVA INVOLVING A MOTORCYCLE CAR I74 EB M/M 135 BLOOMINGTON TWP SQ 57 E55, E51 O/S WITH ISP DIST 6 & MCLEAN CO CORONERS OFFICE. CIFN # 4. 4:31p.m.

LOCAL: ODIN IL.(MARION)/FATAL ACCIDENT/ WESTLINE RD./ PEDESTRIAN VS. TRAIN/ FIRE & EMS UNITS O/S CORONER IS ENRT ATT. NFI. CIFN*1 (CIFN*357 ON SCENE). 6:22p.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, June 29, 2004
(Central Time Zone)

KANSAS CITY, MO: WORKING FIRE @ 6300 NW BARRY x BOARDWALK "Hobby Lobby." FIRE SHOWING FROM ROOF OF A 1 STY COMM'L STRIP MALL. CAR108/103 P4 P16 P38 T4 T12 [KCFN-2$]. 3:59p.m.

KANSAS CITY, MO: THE 1st ALM FIRE @ 6300 NW BARRY "Hobby Lobby" HAS BEEN STRUCK OUT b/o DC101. THIS WAS A 1 STY COMM'L STRIP MALL 2000x100 W/ FIRE ON ROOF OF 1 STORE. 1 LINE USED, FIRE U/C. 1 CIV RESCUE FROM ROOF. [KCFN-02*]. 4:49p.m.


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


LOS ANGELES, CA:
MULTI-PATIENT PHYSICAL RESCUE TRAFFIC


On Tuesday, June 29, 2004 at 0832 hours, eight companies of Firefighters, seven Rescue Ambulances, one EMS Captain, Urban Search and Rescue and the Heavy Rescue under the direction of Battalion Commander Richard F. Markota responded to a multi-patient physical rescue traffic accident at 4440 N. Sepulveda Boulevard in the Sherman Oaks area. First units on the scene reported seven patients involving eleven vehicles. Apparently a flatbed tow truck carrying two vehicles and towing one was exiting the northbound San Diego Freeway on the Ventura Boulevard off-ramp and for reasons unknown at this time started striking vehicles on the off-ramp and on Sepulveda Boulevard. Rapid assessment by Firefighters and Paramedics determined that of the five adult male and two adult female patients, two were critical and five had minor injuries. As with multiple patient incidents of this nature, numerous area hospitals were impacted. The hospitals included Northridge Medical Center, Holy Cross, Encino, Valley Presbyterian, Sherman Oaks and Tarzana Medical Center. The California Highway Patrol is investigating the cause.

REPORT PREPARED BY :

Robert Collis
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: rlc1679@lafd.lacity.org
LAFD Website: http://www.lafd.org


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Brooklyn, N. Y. 06/29/04 @ 13:00 hrs.
Sun Set park Section

Box 2663
address: 344 55th. Street
between: 3rd. Ave. & 4th. Ave.

2663 @ 13:03
Engs. 201, 241, 228
T. Lad. 114, Lad. 109
Batt. 40

10 - 75 - 2663 @ 13:06
Ladder 148 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 247
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
Batt. 48 Division 8

Fire Building:
3 Story Brick 20 x 40 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

@ 13:09
Batt. 40 reports: Box 2663, We're using 2 Engs. & 2 Tks. with the rest fast for a heavy smoke condition on the top floor and cockloft. We're trying to locate the fire at this time.

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 2663 @ 13:13
Batt. 40 reports: Box 2663, We're using All - hands, and the Fire is Probably Will Hold. You can return all Special Units. We have fire up in the cockloft.

@ 13:20
Division 8: Box 2663, Using All - hands. All primary searches thru out are negative. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Fire is in the cockloft & 3rd. floor. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Probably Will Hold at this time.

@ 13:30
Division 8: Box 2663, All secondary searches are complete and negative. Fire is UnderControl. Companies will be overhauling for some time. Also, we're putting Eng. 247 to work as a C. F. R. D. Eng. for a civilian next door to the fire bldg. having difficulty breathing. E.M.S. is on the scene, " K "

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Queens, N. Y. 06/29/04 @ 18:00 hrs.
Neponsit Section of Far Rockaway

Box 1472
address: 148 - 04 Rockaway Beach Blvd. @ Beach 148th. St.

1472 @ 18:01
Engs. 329, 268, 266
Lads. 137, T. Lad. 159
Batt. 47

10 - 75 - 1472 @ 18:05
TowerLadder 121 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 309
Rescue Co. #4
Squad Co. #270 n/a
Batt. 33 Division 13

Fire Building:
2 Story Frame 20 x 40 P. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Street
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type detach

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1472 @ 18:11
Squad Co. #288 is assigned

Batt. 47 reports, Box 1472, Using All - Hands for a fire on the 1st. floor of a 2 story private dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched and in operation. Fire is darkening down. Primary searches are in - progress. Fire's Doubtful.

@ 18:17
Batt. 47: Box 1472, Fire is Still Doubtful. Searches are delayed due to the late arrival of the 2nd. due truck.

@ 18:21
Batt. 47: Primary searches are negative, Probably Will Hold.

@ 18:30
Batt. 47: Secondary searches are complete and negative. Fire's UnderControl.

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 06/29/04 @ 17:30 hrs.
Prospect Heights Section

Box 3954
address: 1180 President Street
between: Rogers Ave. & Nostrand Ave.

3954 @ 17:32
Engs. 249, 280, 234, 214*
Lads. 113, 132
Batt. 38
Rescue Co. #2*
Squad Co. #1*
* 4 Engs. / 2 Tks. / Rescue & Sqd. due to numerous calls and people on the fire escapes.

" Eng. 249 to Brooklyn, urgent, 10 - 75 the Box, Fire 2nd. floor rear of a 4 story M. D. "

10 - 75 - 3954 @ 17:36
Ladder 123 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Batt. 57
Division 15

@ 17:39
Special Call an additional Engine & Truck. Eng. 219 & TowerLadder 111 s/c

Fire Building:
4 Story Brick 50 x 100 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 3954 @ 17:40
Batt. 38 reports: Box 3954, Using All - Hands for a fire on the 2nd. floor in the rear of a 4 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. We have people out on the fire escapes. Bldg. is being laddered. 1 - line stretched and in operation. Fire is Doubtful.

@ 17:50
Division 15: Box 3954, We're using All - Hands for a fire on the 2nd. floor. Main body of fire has been knocked down. Checking for extensions. Primary search thru out is negative. Fire remains Doubtful.

@ 17:55 Special Call an additional Truck for relief. TowerLadder 105 is s/c

@ 17:56
Division 15: Box 3954, We had minor extension to the 3rd. floor above. Secondary searches are in - progress. Probably Will Hold at this time " K "

@ 18:11
Division 15: Box 3954, Secondary searches are negative thru out with the exception of the Fire Apt. Fire is UnderControl at this time.


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 June 29th:

1873
- Concord - NH - North Church destroyed by fire - Adjacent chapel damaged, but not destroyed

1946 - Manchester - NH - 3rd Alarm - 1117-1127 Elm Street - Moreau and Sons Hardware - Fire in rear of main building - Explosions from drums of chemicals - Fire was started by employee who spilled shellac which ignited - Fire spread to containers of linseed oil, anti-freeze, turpentine, kerosene, creosote, and benzene - Building was heavily involved in less than a minute

1964 - Milford - NH - Stanley Powers (Westerly) Stone Shed burned down

1980 - Derry (East Derry) - NH - Old Floyd Homestead gutted. Total loss

1999 - Auburn - NH - 3rd Alarm - 376 Rattlesnake Hill Rd - 50x75 1 Story storage shed heavily involved - Mutual Aid Derry engine, East Derry & Londonderry Tanker, Hooksett for water supply

1999 - Hull - MA - 4th Alarm - 27 Clifton Ave - 3 dwellings on fire


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


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NEW YORK, NY: 6/29/04

FRANK P. CRUTHERS APPOINTED AS FIRST DEPUTY FIRE COMMISSIONER AND PETER E. HAYDEN AS THE 32nd CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT OF THE FDNY


Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta today announced the appointment of current Chief of Department Frank P. Cruthers as the First Deputy Commissioner of the Fire Department and Peter E. Hayden as the next Chief of Department. Chief Cruthers and Chief Haydenís combined experience is over 70 years, including time served together as probationary firefighters in the same firehouse.

As First Deputy Commissioner, Cruthers will oversee the Fire Departmentís anti-terrorism efforts and lead the Safety and Inspection Command. As the FDNYís 32nd Chief of Department, Chief Hayden will be the highest-ranking uniformed officer in the Department. He will be charged with the management of an 11,500-member uniformed force and other major bureaus including Operations, Fire Prevention, Training, EMS and Communications. Both appointments are effective immediately.

Chief Cruthers is a 35-year veteran of the Fire Department. He is the first to have served two terms as Chief of Department Ė first in 1996 and again from 2002-2004. After graduating from the Fire Academy in 1968, he was assigned to Brooklyn, where he worked in Ladder Companies 110 and 120 for nine years before being promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to Ladder Company 105. He was promoted to Captain in 1983 and assigned to Ladder Company 143 in Queens.

Chief Cruthers continued to rise through the ranks, serving as Battalion Chief, Deputy Chief, Deputy Assistant Chief and Assistant Chief. He has served as the commanding officer for the Fire Departmentís elite Special Operations Command, the Marine Division and as a Citywide Tour Commander. During his career, Chief Cruthers received a Fire Department medal and two other individual awards for meritorious acts of bravery. He is the son of the former Chief of Department Francis Cruthers, who held the position from 1978 to 1980, making them the only father and son to serve as Chief of Department in Fire Department history. Chief Cruthers and his wife Eileen have two sons, Frank and Scott and five grandchildren, Liam, Tyler, Hannah, Olivia and Cole. His nephew, George Young, is a firefighter in Ladder 4.

Chief Hayden is a 35-year veteran of the Fire Department.. After graduating from the Fire Academy in 1968, he was assigned to Engine Co. 207 in Brooklyn. In 1971, he transferred to Ladder Company 110 and in 1975 he was assigned to Rescue Company 2. He was promoted to Lieutenant in 1979 and assigned to Ladder Company 3 in Manhattan. He was promoted to Captain in 1985 and served as the Executive Officer at the Bureau of Health Services. In 1987, Chief Hayden served as Captain of Ladder Co. 147 in Flatbush Brooklyn. In 1990, he was promoted to Battalion Chief and assigned to Battalion 2 in Manhattan. He was promoted to Deputy Chief in 1993 and assigned to the 1st Division in Manhattan. In 1995, he was promoted to Deputy Assistant Chief and designated Chief of Safety until 1997. In 1997, he returned to Division 1 and eventually became the Division Commander. In 2002, he was appointed an Assistant Chief and was Assistant Chief of Operations prior to his promotion to Chief of Department.

During his career, Chief Hayden has received five individual awards for meritorious acts of bravery. In 1986 he received the Departmentís award for administrative excellence, the Leon Lowenstein Award, and in 2002 he received the Marist College Presidentís Award for professional achievement.

Chief Hayden has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business from Marist College. He and his wife, Rita have been married for 30 years and they have 5 children, Rita, Katherine, Peter, Patrick and Mary and two grandchildren, John and Katherine Martin. His brother John is a firefighter in Engine 268, his son Peter is a Firefighter in Ladder 147, his son Patrick is a firefighter in Ladder 105, and his son-in-law, John Martin, is a firefighter in Ladder 103. His nephew Sean is firefighter in Engine 310.


Sent to WOF by,

M. Torf
mjtpi@nyc.rr.com


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