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Friday, October 29, 2004
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MANHATTAN 2ND ALARM BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST. STAGING AREA WATER AND COINTIES ST B/C 2 COMM CORD B/C 32 SAFETY COOR.- MNS -111. 1:49a.m.
U/D MANHATTAN 2ND ALARM BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST X/ COENTIES SLIP A 5 STY 30 X 100 BRICK DIV 1 S/C 2 ADD TRKS [ L-20 & L-104 ACT 6] ALSO CON ED ELECT & GAS-MNS 111. 2:14a.m.
U/D MANHATTAN 2ND ALARM BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST. DIV 1 RPTS T/L'S WERE SHUT DOWN TO RE-POSITION, T/L'S BACK IN OP, FIRE ON 2 & 3 FLOORS EXT VIA VOIDS, EXT 2 BEING CHECKED EXP 4 CHECKED NEG RESULTS, MNS -111. 2:33a.m.
MANHATTAN ***3RD ALARM*** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL STREET X/ HANOVER SQ TO COENTIES SLIP A 5 STY BRICK 30 X 100-MNS-111. 2:45a.m.
U/D MANHATTAN NY BOX0028 *3rd ALARM* 90 PEARL ST FIRE IN A 5 STY BRICK WITH COMMERCIAL ON THE 1ST FLR 30X100, THIS IS AN EXTERIOR ATTACK -03:44- EAN840*/ [EAN]. 2:46a.m.
U/D MANHATTAN 3RD ALARM BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL STREET STAGING AREA WILL BE AT WATER ST AND COENTIES SLIP ALSO NYPD AVIATION AND B/C TO CONTINUE IN-MNS-111. 2:48a.m.
MANHATTAN ****4TH ALARM**** B/O OF DIV 1 ALL 3RD ALARM COMPANIES TO CONTACT BATT 1 VIA HANDI-TALKIE-MNS-111. 2:53a.m.
U/D MANHATTAN NY BOX0028 *4th ALARM* 90 PEARL ST FIRE IN A 5 STY BRICK WITH COMMERCIAL ON THE 1ST FLR 30X100, -03:51- EAN679/491 EAN840* [EAN]. 2:54a.m.
MANHATTAN ****4TH ALARM**** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL STREET X/ HANOVER SQ TO COENTIES SLIP [FINANCIAL DISTRICT] FIRE IN A 5 STY 30 X 100 4TH ALARM TRANSMITTED RIGHT AFTER 3RD-MNS111. 2:56a.m.
U/D MANHATTAN NY, ***4TH ALARM*** BOX-28 95 PEARL ST NEAR HANOVER SQ. HEAVY FIRE ON 2FL'S OF A 5STY 30x100 BRICK COMMERCIAL. INTERIOR CREWS BACKED OUT TO PUT TRUCKS TO WORK. DWH. MFR301 [MFR]. 3:02a.m.
MANHATTAN U/D 4TH ALARM BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST. X/ COENTIES SLIP & HANOVER SQUARE DIV 1 S/C 2 ADD TRKS 1 TO BE A T/L (12 & L11) AND 2 B/C'S,(6 & 9)- COMMAND CHAN WILL BE CHANNEL 2 MNS-111. 3:37a.m.
U/D MANHATTAN N.Y. 4TH ALARM BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST X/ HANOVER SQ. CAR 4C RPTS ALL EXT, STREAMS SHUT DOWN ALL VISIBLE FIRE EXTINGUISHED, SURVEY BEING TAKEN AS TO THE POSSIBILITY OF RESUMING INTERIOR ATTACK STILL D/W/H- MNS-111. 3:39a.m.
U/D MANHATTAN NY, ***4TH ALARM*** BOX-28 90 PEARL ST. FIRE PLACED PWH WITH EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL. MFR301 [MFR]. 3:58a.m.
CROTON FALLS NY, (WESTCHESTER) **2ND ALARM** UNK LOC. M/A TANKERS TO WORK AND COVER FOR A BUILDING FIRE. MFR301 [MFR]. 8:11a.m.
CROTON FALLS NY (WESTCHESTER): **2nd alarm** unknown location. Fire was in a 1 story 50x75 restaurant. Visible fire knocked down and in overhaul. Fire now PWH. MFR301 8:24 am
McARTHUR GLEN, DERBYSHIRE, UK: Major fire, Pumps 16, M1 Highway at Exit 28, large shopping centre, Marks and Spencer fully involved with extension to many stores, now contained. TFN315 [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9] 8:35 am
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working fire at 7th and Biddle. Reported as a fire in the basement of a vacant 3 story apartment building. One line off. [STL810] 8:48 am
SUFFOLK UK: (Wed 10-27) Unsprinkled warehouse fire at Branston Pickle/Premier Foods - Bury St Edmunds on Wednesday morning. Halogen light heat set fire to plastic packaging on bottles in warehouse Crews onscene 24+hours FD warning wanyone with hagolen lights be sure adequate space and ventilation around them. Loss estimated $10 million US. (RK/BBC) HNAN/DEWms 9:52 am
DEXTER, MI (WASHTENAW): **2nd alarm equivalent** 9989 Dexter-Chelsea Rd, working structure fire. M/A Chelsea, Putnam Twp, Scio Twp engines, tankers, and manpower (FNNM-991>751) 10:16 am
PARAMUS, NJ (BERGEN): **2nd alarm major gas leak** Midland Ave. between Farview Ave. and Forest Ave. Extremely heavy odor of natural gas in the area with evacuations. Transcon and PSE&G to the scene on a rush. No obvious leaks at this time. MFR693 * MFR465 10:29 am
WINSTON-SALEM, NC: *Haz-mat/MCI* 100 Hanes Mall Blvd at "Hanes Mall" Suspect entered "JC Penny" and sprayed aerosol can with unknown contents. (15) patients transported with respiratory problems. Preliminary investigation of contents saying "Nerve Agent" or possible pesticide. *Also* County Courthouse evacuated, unknown if connected. [CFP576/508*700] 10:32 am
STLFN: DeSOTO MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY): Hemitite FPD has a 1st alarm house fire at 1123 Vicksburg Dr x Victoria Rd. Believed to be a working fire in the kitchen. NFI/ATT. [STL810] 10:44 am
U/D PARAMUS, NJ (BERGEN): **2nd alarm gas leak** on Forest Ave. and Farview Ave. between Spring Valley Rd. and Midland Ave. Odor coming from the Transcon Station and now being alleviated. Also receiving reports of odors of gas near the Bergen Mall. MFR693 * MFR465 10:55 am
STLFN (1138HRS): ORCHARD FARM (ST. CHARLES CO.), MO: *1st alarm* 333 Donald Ave. Smoke in a residence - 1 line off. [STL899] 12:29 pm
MAPLE SHADE NJ (BURLINGTON): **2nd-alarm** 106 West Roland Ave. Command has a dwelling well involved. ATT co's making good progress. Reports of occupant trapped. Primary search is negative ATT. M/A to scene and cover. MFR3305 1:34 pm
MANHATTAN, NY (CP-PCT): *Hot air balloon incident* Central Park. The Kerry/Edwards hot air balloon has run out of hot air and made an emergency landing inside Central Park. No injuries reported. Emergency services on scene assisting. MFRT18 * MFR301 1:52 pm
STLFN: RICHMOND HEIGHTS, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): Richmond Heights FD has a working house fire at 4 Layton Terrace. They have at least 1 line off for a fire on the roof. /STL819 9:34 pm
KANSAS CITY, MO: Working fire at 3027 E 60th Street x Agnes. Smoke showing from a 1 story frame, 2 lines off so far. Car105 P29 P30 R9 T11 T15 [KCFN-02] 10:38 pm
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MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR F. D. N. Y.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2004
ALL - TIMES ARE EASTERN:
MANHATTAN: *ALL - HANDS* BOX 28 AOF HANOVER STREET NEAR PEARL STREET, FOR A FIRE IN A 5 STY BRICK, BATT 1 RPTS, 1 H/L S & O, FIRE IS D/W/H -MNS-111
MANHATTAN: *ALL - HANDS* BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST X HANOVER, DIV 1 RPTS, HAS FIRE ON 3RD FLR WHICH HAS DROPPED DOWN TO 1ST FLR OF A 5 BRK 20 X 100, 2 L/S/O S/C ADD ENG & TK, STILL D/W/H- MNS-111
MANHATTAN: **2ND ALARM** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL STREET X HANOVER IN THE WALL STREET AREA. DIV 1 RPTS; HE HAS A FIRE IN A 5 STY BRICK 20 X 100, FIRE WAS ORIGINALLY ON THE 3RD FLOOR ADD 1 & 1 S/C PRIOR TO THE 2-2
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST. STAGING AREA: WATER AND COINTIES ST, B/C 2 COMM CORD, B/C 32 SAFETY COOD, .- MNS -111
MANHATTAN: **2ND ALARM** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL STREET X COENTIES SLIP A 5 STY 30 x 100 DIV 1 RPTS; REMOVING ALL MEMBERS, GOING TO EXT ATTACK, 1 T/L IN OP, 2ND T/L BEING SET UP, D/W/H
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST X COENTIES SLIP, A 5 STY 30 X 100 BRICK, DIV 1; S/C 2 ADD TRKS [ L-20 & L-104 ACT 6] ALSO CON ED ELECT & GAS-MNS 111
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST. DIV 1 RPTS; T/L'S WERE SHUT DOWN TO RE-POSITION, T/L'S BACK IN OP, FIRE ON 2 & 3 FLOORS, EXT VIA VOIDS, EXP 2 BEING CHECKED, EXP 4 CHECKED, NEG RESULTS, MNS -111
MANHATTAN: *** 3RD ALARM*** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL STREET X HANOVER SQ TO COENTIES SLIP, A 5 STY BRICK 30 X 100 -MNS-111
MANHATTAN: *** 3RD ALARM*** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL STREET STAGING AREA WILL BE AT WATER ST AND COENTIES SLIP ALSO NYPD AVIATION AND B/C TO CONTINUE IN -MNS-111
MANHATTAN: **** 4TH ALARM**** B/O OF DIV 1, ALL 3RD ALARM COMPANIES TO CONTACT BATT 1 VIA HANDI-TALKIE - MNS-111
MANHATTAN: **** 4TH ALARM**** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST. X COENTIES SLIP & HANOVER SQUARE, DIV 1; S/C 2 ADD TRKS, 1 TO BE A T/L (12 & L 11) AND 2 B/C'S, (6 & 9) COMMAND CHAN WILL BE CHANNEL 2 MNS-111
MANHATTAN: **** 4TH ALARM**** BOX 28 aof 90 PEARL ST X HANOVER SQ. CAR 4C RPTS, ALL EXT, STREAMS SHUT DOWN, ALL VISIBLE FIRE EXTINGUISHED, SURVEY BEING TAKEN AS TO THE POSSIBILITY OF RESUMING INTERIOR ATTACK, STILL D/W/H - MNS-111
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2004
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
CITY OF YONKERS, N.Y. ( WESTCHESTER CO.) *ALL - HANDS* ON ARRIVAL PLUS 5TH ENGINE AOF 106 ASH STREET, REPORTED TO BE SEVERAL REACH PORCHES GOING -MNS-111
CITY OF YONKERS, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO ) *ALL HANDS* 106 ASH STREET, B/C RPTS; FIRE IN THE REAR OF A 3 STY FRAME , MAIN BODY OF FIRE N/D, NO EXP. THREATEN -MNS-111
BELMAR, N. J. (MONMOUTH CO) W/F 44 INLET TER, FIRE IN AN ATTACH GARAGE TO A P. D.
MT.VERNON, N. Y. ( WESTCHESTER CO) W/F 6 CENTRAL PKWAY, BSMT FIRE, 2 STY FRM PD [MNS-516*IAP]
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*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
LONDON FIRE BRIGADE DAILY REPORT
27 Oct 04
1547 E36 Deptford Persons reported fire at John Kennedy House on Rotherhithe Old Rd, 5th flr apartment fire, 1 civilian rescued.
1553 H41 Kingston Cylinders reported fire on Rushmead St NFI ATT
0328 F41 Dagenham 4 pump fire at 100 Halbutt St, two 5m x 8m sheds fully involved using 2 jets, 2 hosereels, TIC, HP Hydraulic Platform.
*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*
- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) email@example.com
On October 29th:
1727 - Amesbury - MA - Earthquake centered off NH and MA coast 6.0 Richter Scale - Damage to bldgs in Boston, Haverhill, Portland
1824 - New Castle - ME - House and barn fire
1944 - Derry - NH - Derry Fibre Mills - $ Story mill burns, $250,000 loss - Exposure 4 Story occupied apartment building saved
1963 - Chelsea - MA - 4th Alarm - Box 211 - Second Street - Several rag shops ablaze
1997 - Campton - NH - 3rd Alarm - Peg Wood Hill in Waterville Estates - Five people homeless as fire tore through an eight-unit condominium complex, a total loss
1969 - Manchester NH - Moreaus's Hardware fire
1969 - Peterboro - NH - Two train boxcars broken free in Jaffrey NH ran freely until reaching Peterboro, crossing busy Main St, and crashing into a single parked car (new Oldsmobile) in Cumberland Farm's parking lot, destroying the vehicle
1999 - Freeport - ME - 2nd Alarm - Nr 110 Wardtown Rd - 2 Story Wood Frame
2000 - Boston - MA - 9th Alarm - Box 7441 - 9 Swallow Street - 6 buildings involved - Several 3 Story Wood Frame's - High wind problems
2000 - Lewiston - ME - 3rd Alarm - Shawmut Street - 3 StyWdFrm Apt Bldg - Mutual Aid Auburn and Lisbon
2000 - Lincoln - NH - 4th Alarm - Rte 112 (Kancamagus Hwy) - Main Lodge "Village at Loon Mountain" Resort - 4.5 Story Wood Frame Long Condo Building heavily involved
2000 - Nottingham - NH - FATAL FIRE -) 3rd Alarm - Box Seaman's Point Road - Victim died on November 11 from injuries due to 2nd and 3rd degree burns and electrocution attempting to extinguish brush fire with garden hose 86 year old male victim
Notable incidents beyond New England
1900 - New York (Manhattan) - NY - 5th Alarm - Box 86 Tartent Chemical Warehouse Greenwich at Warren
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