World Of Fire Report: 05-31-05
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Tuesday, May 31, 2005
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WEST BRADFORD PA (CHESTER) **2ND ALM** 1430 SAWMILL RD. OFF FOX TRAIL RD. DWELLING FIRE M/A TO THE SCENE. EAN582-370 - EAN-305 [EAN]. 1:47a.m.
U/D THORNDALE / WEST BRADFORD PA (CHESTER) **2ND ALM** 1430 SAWMILL RD. OFF FOX TRAIL RD. DWELLING FIRE IN ATTIC REQ. M/A TO THE SCENE W.BRADFORD FD IS CMD. EAN582-370 - EAN-305 [EAN]. 1:52a.m.
2ND ALARM SOMERVILLE, MA. BOX 428 157 COLLEGE AVE-HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME DWELLING. *483.3875* [TAC9-C461]. 2:02a.m.
U/D THORNDALE / WEST BRADFORD PA (CHESTER) **3RD ALM** 1430 SAWMILL RD. OFF FOX TRAIL RD. DWELLING FIRE IN ATTIC REQ. M/A TO SCENE W/ TAMKER'S & AIR TRUCK'SW.BRADFORD FD IS CMD. EAN582-370 - EAN-305 [EAN]. 2:02a.m.
ERIE,PA (ERIE) *FATAL FIRE* DLY FROM 0530 - W/F 2.S STY SFD / 7TH @ PERRY, CO'S:ENG-8,3,13,TL-2,CH-311 / 2 BURN VICTIMS TO HAMOT MEDICAL CENTER / MVBN-TIP/2 [MVBN]. 7:40a.m.
MOONACHIE NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* PLANE OVERSHOT THE RUNWAY FPTF. FIRE DEPT REQUESTED TO GATE "B" THIS IS AT THE FOOT OF MOONACHIE AVE. EAN322/ [EAN]. 10:36a.m.
TETERBORO, NJ (BERGEN) **PLANE DOWN** ON THE RUNWAY NEAR GATE C. CONFIRMED PLANE DOWN PER PAPD ON THE RUNWAY WITH A FIRE. UNKNOWN CONDITION OF VICTIMS. 1STR STAFF 1STR465 [MFR]. 10:38a.m.
TETERBORO, NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* REDNECK AVE BEHIND TETERBORO AIRPORT. TWIN ENGINE PLANE CRASH OFF RUNWAY 19-S. 1STR109 [MFR]. 10:38a.m.
U/D MOONACHIE NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* TETERBORO AIRPORT FOOT OF MOONACHIE AVE @ GATE B. FD/PD/PAPD HAVE A PLANE CRASH WELL INVOLVED 1 PERSON REMOVED FROM PLANE "ALIVE" AND SEVERE FACIAL BURNS/TRAUMA. MEDICS ON A RUSH. EAN322 O/S EAN800/503 [EAN]. 10:39a.m.
U/D TETERBORO NJ, (BERGEN) **PLANE CRASH** RUNWAY 19-S. TOTAL OF 1 PASSENGER AND 1 PILOT. BOTH HAVE SERIOUS INJURIES. PLANE IS STILL ON FIRE. 1STR465 * 1STR109 [MFR]. 10:41a.m.
U/D TETERBORO NJ, (BERGEN) **PLANE CRASH** RUNWAY 19-S. PLANE CRASHED ON LANDING. MOST VISIBLE FIRE K/D. FOAM UNIT S/C TO THE SCENE. FD 2ND ALARM REQ FOR COVER. NO FATALITIES CURRENTLY REPORTED. 2 INJURIES BEING TREATED BY EMS. 1STR109 [MFR]. 10:51a.m.
U/D MOONACHIE NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* MOOACHIE AVE GATE B RUNWAY 19C @ TETERBORO AIRPORT. NORTHSTAR IS A FLY. L/Z IS: THE AIRPORT. PILOT AND PASSENGER REMOVED IN SERIOUS CONDITION. PASSENGER BY GROUND TO HACKENSACK TRAUMA, PILOT TO BE TRANSPORTED BY NORTHSTAR. EAN322 ONSCENE. EAN800/503 [EAN]. 10:54a.m.
U/D TETERBORO NJ, (BERGEN) **PLANE CRASH** RUNWAY 19-S. PLANE CRASHED ON LANDING. COMMAND REPORTING ONLY 1 PATIENT, TO BE TRANSPORTED BY NORTHSTAR MEDEVAC WITH SERIOUS BURNS AND A HEAD INJURY. 1STR109 [MFR]. 10:54a.m.
U/D MOONACHIE NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* TETERBORO AIRPORT IAO GATE "B" 1 SMALL JET CRASHED ON LANDING. NORTHSTAR NOW DEPARTING (NO PATIENT) 1 PASSENGER TRANSPORTED IN SERIOUS CONDITION TO HUMC TRAUMA. AIRPORT CLOSED TEMPORARILY DUE TO INCIDENT. EAN322 O/S EAN800/503 [EAN]. 11:41a.m.
U/D TETERBORO, NJ (BERGEN) **PLANE CRASH** TETERBORO AIRPORT RUNWAY 19-C. NORTHSTAR MEDEVAC WAS ON SCENE BUT CANCELLED WITH NO PATIENT. 1 VICTIM ON BOARD & TRANSPORTED BY GROUND WITH FACIAL BURNS. 1STR STAFF O/S. 1STR465 [MFR]. 11:46a.m.
UPPER SADDLE RIVER (BERGEN) *2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL* 46 WALNUT COURT. HVY FIRE O/A IN A 2ND FLOOR CORNER GARDEN APT. MUTUAL AID TO WORK & COVER EAN253/402 [EAN]. 12:52p.m.
U/D UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ (BERGEN) *2ND ALARM* LAKE STREET. FIRES BEEN K/D 1 TOWER STILL IN OPS. COMPANIES ARE OPENING UP AND NORCON M/A DESK FOR ADDITIONAL COVER 1STR297 [MFR]. 1:36p.m.
SUMMIT TWP, MI (JACKSON): *2ND ALARM* DWELLING FIRE AT 3391 S MERIDIAN. RPT'D AS A KITCHEN FIRE, 1ST UNIT O/S RPTS HVY SMOKE FROM FRONT OF HOUSE, ALL OCCUPANTS OUT. AMA FROM JACKSON, LEONI & BLACKMAN, CMD REQ 2ND ALARM FOR MP FROM SUMMIT. (FNNM 552). 1:56p.m.
SYSOSSET LI (NASSAU CTY) 2ND ALARM EQIV FOR THE BLDG FIRE AT 115 COLONY LANE. MNS266 . 2:27p.m.
CAMDEN CITY, NJ (CAMDEN) *2ND ALARM* I-676 S/B NEAR ATLANTIC AVE. FULLY INVOLVED TRACTOR TRAILER FIRE. I/C REQUESTING 2ND ALARM FOR MANPOWER. S/C HAZ-MAT FOR THE FUEL SPILL. 1STRT32 * 1STR3308 * 1STR115 * 1STR109 [MFR]. 4:48p.m.
Los Angeles, CA: Greater Alarm Sunset Bl @ Vine St (Hollywood) 18-sty hi-rise undergoing renovation w/heavy smoke on top floor. [ICP 419]. 6:04p.m.
Hollywood, CA U/D: Fire on the roof/building materials or mechanical room. Confined to one corner of the roof. Companies still making access. [ICP 419]. 6:11p.m.
CHICAGO IL AT 15:00 A 2-11 ALARM AND A MAYDAY RESPONSE AT 3229 S LITHAUNICA FOR THE 3 STY BRK APT 25X75 HVY FIRE ON THE TOP FLOOR AND EXPOSURE TO SIMILIAR BLDG 2 FF'S INJURED. [CHGO-5/1/9/11/205/217]. 7:06p.m.
PIKE TWP, IN (MARION CTY): A 2ND ALARM @4510 W 73RD B/O BC1. HVY FIRE THROUGHOUT A COM'L BLDG W/55 GAL DRUMS & TANKS OF DIESEL INVOLVED AS WELL AS EXT TO EXP BLDGS. EVACS IN PROGRESS. 1 CIV TRANSPORTED CODE RED. INDIANAPOLIS, WASHINGTON TWP M/A. [CHGO06/24/IND311/312] (C). 7:34p.m.
(DP FROM 1928HRS) PITTSBURGH, PA. **2ND ALARM** 260 TREYMORE. 1STY 25x15 RES SPREAD TO EXPOSURES. FIRE NOW U/C. MVBN-412/1 (C) [MVBN]. 9:15p.m.
Cleveland, OH: The cause of the house fire which killed 9 people at 1220 E 87 on 5-21 has been ruled as arson. (FPO/D700) 9:30p.m.
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05:14. YOUNGSTOWN FD. (OFN DISTRICT 4) WSF. 1427 BRYSON. E7 O/S W/ 2STY RES BOTH FLOORS F/I. SITE OF PREVIOUS FIRES. E7,12,6,S33,L22,B1,2. OPS:154.370. OFN002 (C)
22:44. YOUNGSTOWN FD. (OFN DISTRICT 4) WSF. 20 S. FOREST. E6 O/S W/ SMOKE SHOWING FROM AN OCC RES. E6,7,12,S33,L22,B1,2. OPS:154.370. OFN002 (C)
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Tuesday, May 31, 2005
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Cleveland W/F @ E115 & Moulton / B-6 has a 2 stry occupied Stores / Apts / Hvy fire 2nd flr. Box: Engs 22,10,T-10,Sqaud 3 B-6. Eng 30 Worker / L-30 Rit / 4 Lines (FPO/D700). 3:15a.m.
ERIE PA W/F BOX# 38 @ 7TH &PERRY. E-8,3,13 TL-2 DC-311 EMS 45 & S-20 E-8 RPT 2.5 STY W/INVD W/ ENTP.2-CLASS-1 VICT S/C E-6 AC-325 7 EMS 40,38. OPS:154.430/154.145/462.950462.975[FPO D/801](c). 4:12a.m.
YOUNGSTOWN, OH. W/F. 1427 BRYSON. E7 O/S W/ 2STY RES BOTH FLOORS F/I. SITE OF EARLIER FIRE. E7,12,6,S33,L22,B1,2. FPO/D724 (C). 5:23a.m.
FINAL ERIE PA (FATALITY) BOX # 38 THE CORR ADDS IS 901 PERRY.THE 2-CLASS 1 VICT'S THAT WERE REMOVED FROM THE STRUCTURE WERE CLASS-5 (DOA) AT HAMOT HOSPITAL. NO 3RD VICT FOUND. FIRE K/D IN 55 MIN'S. STILL TIME 03:45.[FPO D/801](c). 12:17p.m.
NORTON FD (SUMMIT): MVA/ROLLOVER/PIN I-76 WB @ 12 MM. WADSWORTH FD ALSO ENROUTE. OPS: 33.860/155.850/453.5375 FPO/D703 (C). 12:47p.m.
Cleveland W/F @ 924 Ansel Rd/ B-6 has a 2 stry brk comm bldv vacant / Hvy smoke showing. Box: Engs 22,30,L-30,Sqaud 3 B-6. Eng 10 Worker / T-10 Rit. 2 Lines (FPO/D700). 1:34p.m.
Cleveland W/F @ 1213 Prospect / B-1 has a 4 stry brk comm bldg / Fire on 3rd flr. Box: Engs 1,2,4, Tac 5, L-1, L-4, Sqaud 4 B-1, AC-1 / 2 lines to the standpipe. (FPO/D700). 1:37p.m.
AKRON FD (SUMMIT): W/F 183 WEST MILLER BTWN VICTORY & PRINCETON. HOUSE FIRE. TWR 6, MED 4, ARSON 3, CHIEF 1 ON THE CARS. BAT 4 RPTS 2 STY WD FRM W/HVY SMK SHWG. OPS: BAT 9. FPO/D703 (C). 9:00p.m.
Cleveland / The cause of the fire which killed 9 people @ 1220 E 87 has been determined as Arson. (FPO/D700). 10:27p.m.
YOUNGSTOWN, OH. W/F. 20 S. FOREST. E6 O/S W/ SMOKE SHOWING FROM AN OCC RES. E6,7,12,S33,L22,B1,2. FPO/D724 (C). 10:50p.m.
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MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR F. D. N. Y.
TUESDAY, MAY 31, 2005
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
MANHATTAN: W/F *10-75* BOX 229 ESSEX ST X HESTER ST, BLDG FIRE, L-11 FAST TK, BN-4 I/C [MNS-30]
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-229 AOF 15 ESSEX ST X HESTER ST 6 BRK 40 X 75 OMD, POSS COCKLOFT FIRE, L-11 FAST TK, BN-4 I/C [MNS-30]
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-229 AOF 15 ESSEX ST X HESTER ST 6 BRK 40 X 75 OMD, SMK COND IN COCKLOFT AREA , TKS OPEN'EN UP ROOF, PRI SCH NEG ON TOP FL, STII DWH, DIV-1 I/C [MNS-30]
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-229 CORR TO AOF 13 ESSEX ST X HESTER ST 6 BRK 40 X 75 OMD FIRE APT 23 6TH FL FIRE IN WALLS, FIRE K/D, PRI SCH NEG *PWH* DIV-1 [MNS-30]
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-9407 aof 132-48 MAPLE AVE x COLLEGE POINT BLVD. BN-52 HAD FIRE #2 FL OF A 4 BK 40 x 40. 2 LINES S/O. FIRE IS K/D & PWH. L-152 FAST TK [MNS342]
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-982 COLUMBUS AVE x W 66 ST. BN-9 USING A/H'S FOR A MANHOLE FIRE. NO SPEC UNITS REQUIRED [MNS342]
QUEENS: +EXPLOSION+ BOX 4895 26 AVE & 128 ST / FLASH FIRE-EXPLOSION AT THE QUEENS SURFACE TRANSIT BUS DEPOT / INVOLVES THE NAT GAS REFUELIN G DRYING STATION / USING 2 + 2 / NO INJ / MNS3-IAP
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-4895 aof 128-15 28th AVE x 128 ST. D-14 REPTS; USING A/H'S FOR A FIRE IN A CNG GAS DRYING MACHINE AT THE QUEENS SURFACE BUS LINES GARAGE. 1 LINE STRETCHED AS A PRECAUTION. S/C HM-1 & HM BC. L-130 FAST TK, MNS3 [MNS342]
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-4895 aof 128-15 28th AVE x 128 ST. D-14 REPTS: USING A/H'S FOR A FIRE IN AN EXTERIOR CNG GAS DRYING MACHINE AT THE QUUENS SURFACE BUS LINES GARAGE. FIRE IS PWH MNS3 [MNS342]
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2079 aof 106-23 77 ST x GLENMORE AVE. FIRE IN A 20 x 30 DETACHED GARAGE. NO EXPOSURE PROBLEMS, RETURN ALL SPEC UNITS. PWH [MNS342]
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3788, PALISADE AVE X 247 ST, FIRE IN A 2 STY PD 20 X 50, ALL VIS FIRE K/D, P/W/H. Mns154
MNS PAGED REPORTS FROM METRO N. Y. & VICINITY:
MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) W/F 249 S. 1ST AVE. FIRE IN A 1 STY GARAGE, F/I POSS EXPOSURE PROBLEMS, E-4 TO COME IN FROM UNION AVE. AND STRETCH IN FROM THE REAR. MNS-12
WESTBURY, N.Y. (NASSAU CO). A/O/F 751 SEMA (?) AVE / 4TH ST. FIRE IN SEVERAL TRAILERS COMMUNICATED TO A COMM'L BLDG. M/A 1 ENG CARLE PLACE, 1 LADDER EACH FROM HICKSVILLE & JERICHO TO SCENE. 453.575 IS OPS. MNS266
WESTBURY, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) W/F. COMMAND REPTS FIRE KNOCKED DOWN. NO EXTENSION TO BUILDING, 3 H/L'S,
1 DECK GUN WORKING, EXTENSIVE OVERHAULING DUE TO DEBRIS IN TRAILERS. MUTUAL AID UNITS ON SCENE & WORKING. CMMD REPTS P/W/H. MNS266
FREEPORT, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) POSS W/F ON STH BAYVIEW AVE. M/A BALDWIN 1 AMB TO SCSNE. NFI. MNS266
SYOSSET, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) 115 COLONY LA. M/A HICSKVILLE & PLAINVIEW TO SCENE.
SYOSSET, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) W/F. 115 COLONY LA / ALDERWOOD LA. ADDT'L M/A FROM BETHPAGE, OYSTER BAY & E NORWICH TO SCENE. FIRE IS NEAR STH OYSTER BAY RD. STILL DBTFL. MNS266NFI MNS266
SYSOSSET, N.Y. (NASSAU CTY) ** 2ND ALARM EQIV** FOR THE BLDG FIRE AT 115 COLONY LANE. MNS266
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Tuesday, May 31, 2005
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2ND ALARM SOMERVILLE, MA. BOX 428 157 COLLEGE AVE-HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME DWELLING. *483.3875* [TAC9-C461]. 3:02a.m.
W/F TEWKSBURY, MA. ON OLD SHAWSHEEN ROAD-STRUCTURE FIRE-REQUEST FOR A EXTRA ENGINE TO THE SCENE & M/A FOR COVERAGE-BULK OF THE FIRE IS KNOCKED DOWN. *483.7125* C975 [TAC9-C461]. 1:04p.m.
ACW SOMERVILLE, MA. BOX 338 78 SYCAMORE STREET-OIC REPORTS A DRYER FULLY INVOLVED IN THE BASEMENT OF A 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME-CHECKING FOR EXTENSION TO FLOOR #1. *483.2625* [TAC9-C461]. 1:20p.m.
W/F PEPPERELL, MA. 98 RIVER ROAD-STRUCTURE FIRE. *33.52* C60/C101/C158 [TAC9-C461]. 1:49p.m.
W/F FALMOUTH, ME. 20 BLUEBERRY LANE AT OCEANVIEW LODGE ELDERLY HOUSING. FIRE IN A WALL OF THE KITCHEN. EVACUATIONS IN PROGRSS. M/A TO THE SCENE. 154.980/154.010 [TAC9-C38]. 3:22p.m.
ACW SOUTH WINSOR, CT. 61 CORNERSTONE. BASEMENT FIRE IN A 2-STY WDFRM DWELLING DUE TO A LIGHTNING STRIKE *453.2375* C106/C55 [TAC9-C383]. 4:28p.m.
HAZMAT BOSTON, MA: BOX 6186 EAST EAGLE ST. LEVEL 3 HAZMAT FOR AN AMMONIA LEAK WITH EVACS IN PROGRESS. *483.2125* C383/C519 [TAC9-C975]. 6:35p.m.
ACW EAST HARTFORD CT 20 CASABELLA CIRCLE 4-STORY BRICK OMD FIRE IN (1) APT FLOOR #1 K/D PWH *460.60* CO9 [TAC9-C55]. 8:03p.m.
W/F NEW YINEYARD, ME. ON DEMO DOG LANE OFF RT 234, UNK TYPE STRUCTURE FIRE, M/A TANKER TO SCENE *155.055* [TAC9-C819]. 8:08p.,m.
ACW LOWELL, MA. 160 PLEASANT STREET. ENGINE 4 REPORTS A FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A STRUCTURE, COMPANIES CHARGING A LINE. *154.205* C158/C925/C80 [TAC9-C101]. 10:01p.m.
W/F FALL RIVER MA 344 LAWTON ST HOUSE FIRE OIC REPORTING FIRE IN THE WALLS ACW *453.375A [TAC9-C105]. 10:01p.m.
W/F LOWELL, MA. 160 PLEASANT STREET. CAR 3 REPORTS A BASEMENT FIRE IN A 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME STRUCTURE. *154.205* C158/C925/C80 [TAC9-C101]. 10:03p.m.
W/F SPRINGFIELD MA BOX 1456 1256 DWIGHT ST 2-STORY FRAME DUPLEX *154.175* [TAC9-C55]. 11:37p.m.
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NORFOLK, VA: MVA W/ TRAP ON I-64 EB @ I-264. VEHICLE OVERTURNED. ENG 4 IN CMD, ADV PERSON TRAPPED. OPS ON TAC 3. (VFN05). 6:17p.m.
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Tuesday, May 31, 2005
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WALL TWP NJ (MONMOUTH) *MULTIPLE VEHICLE FIRE* RTE 138 AND ALLENWOOD RD (NJ STATE POLICE BARRACKS) UNITS O/S RPT 3 NJSP PATROL CARS FULLY INVOLVED APPROX 10' AWAY FROM A PROPANE TANK. EAN491. 12:46a.m.
U/D WALL TWP NJ (MONMOUTH) *MULTIPLE VEHICLE FIRE* RTE 138 AND ALLENWOOD RD (NJSP BARRACKS) CMD RTPTS THAT THEY HAVE 4 VEHICLES INVOLVED. 2ND DUE ENGINE TO ESTABLISH A SUPPLY LINE. COUNTY FIRE MARSHALL REQUESTED TO THE SCENE. EAN491. 12:55p.m.
MANHATAN,NY **ALL-HANDS** BOX#229 ADDRESS OF 6 ESSEX ST AND HESTER STREET MULTI DWELLING 6 STORY 40 BY 75. FIRE POSSIBLE IN THE COCKLOFT SMOKE PUSHING FROM THE CORNERS EAN305- EAN582. 1:56a.m.
UPDATE MANHATTAN,NY **ALL-HANDS** BOX#229 ADDRESS OF 13 ESSEX STREET AT HESTER STREET. FIRE IN APT 23 IN THE WALLS ON THE SIXTH FLOOR OF A SIX STORY 40 BY 75 CLASS THREE MULTPLE DWELLING. FIRE IS FIRE IS P/W/H EAN305 - EAN582. 2:31a.m.
WEST BRADFORD PA (CHESTER) **2ND ALM** 1430 SAWMILL RD. OFF FOX TRAIL RD. DWELLING FIRE M/A TO THE SCENE. EAN582-370 - EAN305. 2:45a.m.
U/D THORNDALE / WEST BRADFORD PA (CHESTER) **2ND ALM** 1430 SAWMILL RD. OFF FOX TRAIL RD. DWELLING FIRE IN ATTIC REQ. M/A TO THE SCENE W.BRADFORD FD IS CMD. EAN582-370 - EAN-305 EAN305. 2:52a.m.
U/D THORNDALE / WEST BRADFORD PA (CHESTER) **3RD ALM** 1430 SAWMILL RD. OFF FOX TRAIL RD. DWELLING FIRE IN ATTIC REQ. M/A TO SCENE W/ TAMKER'S & AIR TRUCK'SW.BRADFORD FD IS CMD. EAN582-370 - EAN-305 EAN305. 3:02a.m.
CAMDEN CITY NJ (CAMDEN) *WORKING FIRE* ON 8TH ST FIRE IN A 2.5 STY 20X45 DWELLING. HVY FIRE O/A. EAN696/ EAN503. 6:59a.m.
U/D CAMDEN CITY NJ (CAMDEN) *WORKING FIRE* ON 8TH ST FIRE IN A 2.5 STY 20X45 DWELLING. HVY FIRE O/A. F/D HAS SEVERAL MASTER STREAMS IN OP. FIRE NOW K/D & U/C EAN696/ EAN503. 7:36a.m.
CAMDEN CITY NJ *ALL HANDS* SQUAD 7 O/S WITH A 2.5 STY LIGHT SMOKE IN BASEMENT GOINS I/S WITH A 1 3/4 LINE. BLS HAVE 3 PT EAN330. 10:27a.m.
OYSTER BAY COVE, NY *WORKING FIRE* 6812 NORTHERN BLVD. HEAVY FIRE IN A PD. SEVERAL TOWNS ON M/A. 840* EAN231. 10:31a.m.
SO PLAINFIELD NJ (MIDDLESEX) *2ND ALARM* UNK LOC F/D HAS HVY FIRE IN BASEMENT OF A PVT DWELLING MUTUAL AID TO WORK & COVER EAN44/45 EAN503. 11:30a.m.
MOONACHIE NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* PLANE OVERSHOT THE RUNWAY FPTF. FIRE DEPT REQUESTED TO GATE "B" THIS IS AT THE FOOT OF MOONACHIE AVE. EAN322/ EAN503. 11:36a.m.
U/D MOONACHIE NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* TETERBORO AIRPORT FOOT OF MOONACHIE AVE @ GATE B. FD/PD/PAPD HAVE A PLANE CRASH WELL INVOLVED 1 PERSON REMOVED FROM PLANE "ALIVE" AND SEVERE FACIAL BURNS/TRAUMA. MEDICS ON A RUSH. EAN322 O/S EAN800/503 EAN503. 11:39a.m.
U/D MOONACHIE NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* MOOACHIE AVE GATE B RUNWAY 19C @ TETERBORO AIRPORT. NORTHSTAR IS A FLY. L/Z IS: THE AIRPORT. PILOT AND PASSENGER REMOVED IN SERIOUS CONDITION. PASSENGER BY GROUND TO HACKENSACK TRAUMA, PILOT TO BE TRANSPORTED BY NORTHSTAR. EAN322 ONSCENE. EAN800/503 EAN503. 11:54a.m.
U/D MOONACHIE NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* TETERBORO AIRPORT IAO GATE "B" 1 SMALL JET CRASHED ON LANDING. NORTHSTAR NOW DEPARTING (NO PATIENT) 1 PASSENGER TRANSPORTED IN SERIOUS CONDITION TO HUMC TRAUMA. AIRPORT CLOSED TEMPORARILY DUE TO INCIDENT. EAN322 O/S EAN800/503 EAN503. 12:41p.m.
NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) *ALL HANDS* 386 SO 12TH ST. FIRE IN AN UNK SIZEUP. ARSON SQUAD REQUESTED. EAN582/ EAN503. 1:31p.m.
UPPER SADDLE RIVER (BERGEN) *2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL* 46 WALNUT COURT. HVY FIRE O/A IN A 2ND FLOOR CORNER GARDEN APT. MUTUAL AID TO WORK & COVER EAN253/402 EAN503. 1:52p.m.
*U/D* UPPER SADDLE RIVER (BERGEN) **SECOND ALARM** 46 WALNUT COURT CO.S CONTINUE OVERHAUL M/A IS BEING RETURNED 1 F/F BEING TREATED FOR HEAT EXHAUSTION FIRE IS U/C EAN253+402+503+284+ EAN18. 2:39p.m.
QUEENS NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 907 @ 132-48 MAPLE AVE FIRE IN A 20X40 4 STY BRICK. 2 L/S 1 I/O FIRE NOW PWH EAN503. 3:55p.m.
U/d QUEENS NY *ALL HANDS* box 9407 @ 132-48 MAPLE AVE. FIRE IN A 4 STY OMD 40X40. 2 LINES RUN, FIRE PWH SCHS NEG EAN503. 4:03p.m.
RIDGEWOOD (BERGEN) **GAS LEAK** IAO MONROE AND GODWIN FD O/S WITH A GAS SERVICE BROKEN FROM THE HOUSE FD EVACUATING HOMES STRONG ODOR IN THE AREA GODWIN AVE. IS SHUT DOWN PSEG REQ. EAN253+ 503+388+ EAN18. 4:24p.m.
MANNHATTAN NY BOX 982 *ALL HANDS* COLUMBUS AVE & 66TH ST. MANHOLE FIRE, FD USING ALL HANDS. FIRE K/D AND U/C EAN491 EAN503. 4:30p.m.
BROOKLYN: 10-75: BOX 0386: 26 ADELPHI: X/O FLUSHING > PARK AVS: FIRE IN BSMT: BC31 RPTS RTN ALL SPCL UNITS: L102 FAST EAN345. 5:09p.m.
PATERSON (PASSAIC) **HAZ-MAT** ON MCLEAN BLVD BETWEEN 9TH & 10TH SPILL OF AN UNK. PRODUCT POSSIBLE POLYMER BASED CLEANUP IS COMPLETE ATT ROADWAY WILL BE RE OPENED EAN18. 5:09p.m.
BROOKLYN: 10-75: BOX 0386: 26 ADELPHI: X/O FLUSHING > PARK AVS: BC31 RPTS FIRE IN BSMT: ELECTRICAL FIRE AT SERVICE BOX: U/C EAN345. 5:10p.m.
QUEENS: EXPLOSION: BOX 4895: 128 ST X/O 28 AV: EXPLOSION IN BUS DEPOT: NFI ATT EAN345. 5:14p.m.
QUEENS: EXPLOSION: ALL-HANDS: BOX 4895: 128 ST X/O 28 AV: CNG EXPLOSION (FLASH FIRE) AT DRYING STATION: EAN345. 5:36p.m.
CAMDEN CITY NJ (CAMDEN) *ALL HANDS TRUCK FIRE* RT 676 IAO ATLANTIC AVE.. TRACTOR TRAILER FIRE NOW REQUESTING A 2ND ALM ASSIGNMENT FOR A TRUCK WELL INVOLVED. EAN696 EAN503. 5:43p.m.
U/D CAMDEN CITY NJ (CAMDEN) *ALL HANDS TRUCK FIRE* RT 676 IAO ATLANTIC AVE.. TRACTOR TRAILER FIRE NOW REQUESTING A 2ND ALM ASSIGNMENT FOR A TRUCK WELL INVOLVED, 3 HAND LINES OPERATING BULK OF FIRE K/D..EAN696 EAN503. 5:52p.m.
QUEENS,NY **ALL-HANDS** BOX#2079 106-23 77 ST FIRE IN A 20 BY 40 DETACHED GARAGE BY ORDERS THE 39 BATT EAN582. 6:07p.m.
WARETOEWN NJ (OCEAN) *WORKING BOAT FIRE* UNK EXA LOCATION. STATION 37 O/S WORKING BOAT FIRE W/EXPOSURE PROBLEM. EAN1351/ EAN503. 6:35p.m.
(MFR) METRO FIRE RADIO & PAGING NOTIFICATION
(Covering northern NJ, NYC metro area and eastern PA).
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* BALL ST. FIRE IN A OMD. M/A TO THE SCENE. I/C REPORTING FIRE IS K/D A/T/T. 1STR115 1STRT18 1STR920. 5:52a.m.
CAMDEN CITY, NJ *ALL-HANDS FIRE* 800 FERN ST. CHIEF HAS A 2STY MOR VAC DWLG. HVY FIRE THRU-OUT. NUMEROUS MASTER STREAMS IN OPERATION. DWH. 1STR3386. 7:05a.m.
U/D CAMDEN CITY, NJ *ALL-HANDS FIRE* 800 FERN ST. BULK OF THE FIRE HAS BEEN K/D PRI SEARCHES (-). FIRE U/C. 1STR3386. 7:24a.m.
FIVE POINTS DE (NEW CASTLE) **WORKING FIRE** 500 BLK DUPONT RD. UNITS O/S RPT A WORKING FIRE 2 1 LINE S/O. UNITS MAKING ACCESS TO THE ATTIC AT THIS TIME. PRI SEARCH IS (-). RIT O/S M/A TO WORK & COVER. 1STR237. 9:08a.m.
NEWARK, NJ *APPARATUS MVC* ASTOR ST AT PENNSYLVANIA AVE. NEWARK FD APPARATUS INVOLVED IN A MINOR MVC WITH NO INJURIES. BC AND SPECIAL SERVICES REQUESTED TO THE SCENE. 1STR112 * 1STR109. 10:27a.m.
SYOSSET, NY (NASSAU) *WORKING FIRE* NORTHERN BLVD. FD O/S WITH HEAVY FIRE IN A DWELLING. ACW. M/A TO THE SCENE AND COVER. 1STRT18 * 1STR109. 11:02a.m.
TETERBORO, NJ (BERGEN) *PLANE CRASH* REDNECK AVE BEHIND TETERBORO AIRPORT. TWIN ENGINE PLANE CRASH OFF RUNWAY 19-S. 1STR109. 11:35a.m.
TETERBORO, NJ (BERGEN) **PLANE DOWN** ON THE RUNWAY NEAR GATE C. CONFIRMED PLANE DOWN PER PAPD ON THE RUNWAY WITH A FIRE. UNKNOWN CONDITION OF VICTIMS. 1STR STAFF 1STR465. 11:35a.m.
U/D TETERBORO NJ, (BERGEN) **PLANE CRASH** RUNWAY 19-S. TOTAL OF 1 PASSENGER AND 1 PILOT. BOTH HAVE SERIOUS INJURIES. PLANE IS STILL ON FIRE. 1STR465 * 1STR109. 11:40a.m.
U/D TETERBORO NJ, (BERGEN) **PLANE CRASH** RUNWAY 19-S. PLANE CRASHED ON LANDING. MOST VISIBLE FIRE K/D. FOAM UNIT S/C TO THE SCENE. FD 2ND ALARM REQ FOR COVER. NO FATALITIES CURRENTLY REPORTED. 2 INJURIES BEING TREATED BY EMS. 1STR109. 11:48a.m.
U/D TETERBORO NJ, (BERGEN) **PLANE CRASH** RUNWAY 19-S. PLANE CRASHED ON LANDING. COMMAND REPORTING ONLY 1 PATIENT, TO BE TRANSPORTED BY NORTHSTAR MEDEVAC WITH SERIOUS BURNS AND A HEAD INJURY. 1STR109. 11:53a.m.
U/D TETERBORO, NJ (BERGEN) **PLANE CRASH** TETERBORO AIRPORT RUNWAY 19-C. NORTHSTAR MEDEVAC WAS ON SCENE BUT CANCELLED WITH NO PATIENT. 1 VICTIM ON BOARD & TRANSPORTED BY GROUND WITH FACIAL BURNS. 1STR STAFF O/S. 1STR465. 12:45p.m.
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ (BERGEN) *WORKING FIRE* LAKE STREET. HEAVY FIRE IN A CONDO COMPLEX. MAHWAH, RAMSEY AND SADDLE RIVER TO THE SCENE AND THE FIRE IS DWH 1STR440 1STR297. 2:05p.m.
U/D UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ (BERGEN) *WORKING FIRE* LAKE STREET. FIRE WAS THROUGH THE ROOF, MOST HEAVY FIRE K/D STILL A HEAVY SMOKE CONDITION. FIRE INVOLVES 1 UNIT AND THE FIRE REMAINS DWH. ADDITIONAL M/A COVER 1STR297. 2:19p.m.
U/D UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ (BERGEN) *2ND ALARM* LAKE STREET. FIRES BEEN K/D 1 TOWER STILL IN OPS. COMPANIES ARE OPENING UP AND NORCON M/A DESK FOR ADDITIONAL COVER 1STR297. 2:35p.m.
PATERSON, NJ (PASSAIC) **HAZ-MAT** **TRAFFIC ALERT** ROUTE 20 S/B AT 13TH AVE. LARGE AMOUNT OF AN UNKNOWN FLUID IN THE HIGHWAY. OEM & HAZ-MAT NOTIFIED. 1STR465. 3:00p.m.
SYOSSET, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** 115 COLONY RD. FIRE IN A LARGE PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A TO THE SCENE. DWH. 1STR465. 3:15p.m.
EAST NORRITON, PA (MONTGOMERY) **WORKING FIRE* 3305 DEKALB BLVD. HEAVY SMOKE ON THE 2ND FL. POSSIBLE ENTRAPMENT. NFI 1STR153. 3:34p.m.
QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS FIRE** BOX 9407: 132-48 MAPLE AVENUE AT COLLEGE POINT BLVD -- *DIV. 14 REPORTS FIRE ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF A 4-STORY 40X40 OMD HAS BEEN K/D, FIRE PLACED PWH AT ALL HANDS*. 1STRT18. 4:05p.m.
MANHATTAN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 982: 66TH STREET AT COLUMBUS AVENUE -- *MANHOLE FIRE, ALL HANDS OPERATING, NSU REQUIRED, AVOID THE AREA*. 1STRT18. 4:28p.m.
PATERSON, NJ (PASSAIC) *HAZ-MAT* MCCLAIN BLVD BETWEEN 9TH AND 10TH. FD O/S WITH COUNTY HEATH AND HAZ-MAT OF A SPILL ON THE ROADWAY. CHEMICAL IS VELVAMINE, A MODIFIED SILICONE DERIVATIVE. UNITS IN THE PROCESS OF CLEANING IT UP. 1STR109. 4:57p.m.
BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS FIRE** BOX 386: 21 ADELPHIA STREET BET. FLUSHING-PARK AVENUES -- *BATTL. 31 HAS FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF AN UNK SIZEUP OMD, NSU REQUIRED, L-102 FAST, FIRE IS DWH*. 1STRT18. 5:10p.m.
U/D BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS FIRE** BOX 386: 21 ADELPHI STREET BET. FLUSHING-PARK AVENUES -- *BATTL. 31 HAD AN ELECTRICAL FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A 3-STORY OMD, FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED U/C*. 1STRT18. 5:18p.m.
QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 4895: 128-15 28TH AVENUE NEAR 128TH STREET @ THE QUEENS SURFACE BUS TERMINAL -- *DIV. 14 HAD A FLASH FIRE IN A NATUARAL GAS REFUELING STATION OUTSIDE A 2-STORY 80X300 BRICK BLDG, S/C HAZMAT & OEM, SITUATION IS U/C*. 1STR141 * 1STR109 * 1STRT18. 5:41p.m.
CAMDEN CITY, NJ (CAMDEN) *2ND ALARM* I-676 S/B NEAR ATLANTIC AVE. FULLY INVOLVED TRACTOR TRAILER FIRE. I/C REQUESTING 2ND ALARM FOR MANPOWER. S/C HAZ-MAT FOR THE FUEL SPILL. 1STRT32 * 1STR3308 * 1STR115 * 1STR109. 5:47p.m.
QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS FIRE** BOX 2079: 106-23 77TH STREET AT GLENMORE AVE -- *E-236 REPORTS FIRE IN A GARAGE ATTACHED TO A PEAKED-ROOF PRIVATE HOUSE WITH WINDOW BARS ON THE 1ST FLOOR, FIRE IS DWH*. 1STRT18. 6:08p.m.
TEANECK, NJ (BERGEN) **HAZ-MAT** RIVER RD. & CEDAR LN. FD ON SCENE OF A GASOLINE SPILL IN THE STORM DRAINS REQUESTING BERGEN COUNTY HAZ-MAT. 1STR109 1STR465. 8:30p.m.
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Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
TORONTO (CANADA) Report:
TORONTO, WF, 32 SECORD AV. BSMNT OF A DWELLING, ADD HVY SQUAD, RIT & AIRLIGHT. E2. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:33a.m.
UD, TORONTO, WF, 35 SECORD AV. (CORR. ADDRESS), 2/BK&FR SEMI, FIRE K/D, PWH, PRI. SEARCH (-). TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:43a.m.
COCKERMOUTH (CUMBRIA), WALES. FATAL FIRE, PUMPS 3, TENTERS LN. (HIGH LORTON). 81YOF DIED OF INJURIES RECEIVED, 80YOF INJURED. TFN315. 10:24a.m.
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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 31, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
MFN-TRAUMA ALERT: Anne Arundel Co, MD/ Pedestrian Struck/ South Crain Hgy ifo Crabtown (Box 26-1)/ EMS-1 on location of a pedestrian struck - Medevac helicopter requested for a multisystem trauma patient / MFN-99. 2:13p.m.
Phone: 410-437-9636 (9MFN)
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(ICP) Incident Command Page of Arizona, Inc.
(covering the entire state of Arizona)
http://www.icp-az.org or http://www.incidentcommandpage.com
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)
ICP: <Enroute> PhoenixFD ALERT-3 75th AVE North of I-10 Subject on DPS Central advising they are in a helicopter that is down. Fire is enroute. TFC: Ch9 155.670 DPS-Central 460.325 [ICP963]. 1:01a.m.
ICP-U/D: PhxFD ALERT-3 PhxPD FireBird3 is over the area searching, not finding anything yet. Callsign of the subject helicopter was Ranger 7. TFC:Ch9 155.670 DPS-Central 460.325 PhxPD Chase3 453.450 [ICP963]. 1:06a.m.
ICP-U/D: PhxFD ALERT-3 Sounding more and more like a hoax radio call. Subject says he is trapped in a helicopter that is down near Mel Clayton Ford and says his name is Robert Smith. Sky Harbor Tower reports no aircraft were in that area at the time of the call. TFC:Ch9 155.670 DPS-Central 460.325 PhxPD Chase3 453.450 [ICP112*,415,963]. 1:14a.m.
ICP-U/D: PhxFD ALERT-3 PhxPD is advising this is possibly someone they arrested yesterday that is confined to a wheelchair and lives in the area of 74th AVE & Monte Vista. TFC:Ch9 155.670 DPS-Central 460.325 PhxPD Chase3 453.450 [ICP112*,415,963]. 1:21a.m.
ICP-U/D: PhxFD ALERT-3 DPS & PhxPD are staging at the Wal-Mart on 75th Ave. Subject is possibly has firearms and ammunition in the house. PhxPD Air5 advises the home has a large antenna structure to the rear. TFC:DPS-Central 460.325 PhxPD Chase3 453.450 [ICP112*,415,963]. 1:28a.m.
ICP-U/D DPS ALERT3 subj in cust at 7410 W MONTE VISTA who faked the whole incident TFC DPS-C 460.325 [ICP112,963,415i]. 2:32a.m.
ICP: GlendaleFD 1A-MED 59TH AVE & NORTHERN Units onscene of a serious 962 with at least 963(Fatal)on scene. TFC:Ch9 155.670,TG 1773 [ICP444]. 6:04a.m.
ICP-U/D: GFD 1A Per CMD, they have 2 Lev4(Fatal) pts that are children. TFC:Ch9 155.670,TG 1773 [ICP444]. 6:32a.m.
ICP-U/D: GFD MED Per CMD, both pts that were believed to be Fatals, are alive and in critical condition. TFC:Ch9 155.670,TG 1773 [ICP963,444]. 7:04a.m.
ICP:DaisyMtnFD HELO REQUEST .5mi East of I17/.5mi South of Daisy Mtn Drive units ons of pt with sevre lacerations and poss broken leg req helo to fly TFC:Ch10 151.37 [ICP785m]. 8:43a.m.
ICP-U/D:DMFD HELO REQUEST AE-12 ons, This will be a 48yom ran over by a bulldozer at a construction site. Full thickness lacerations with soft tissue hanging out on left leg. TFC:Ch10 151.37,MA4/LZ 154.28 [ICP785m]. 8:53a.m.
ICP:DaisyMtnFD 962CVA/HELO REQUEST I17/PIONEER RD Units ons of non responsive semi driver blocking NB I17, per DPS it appears something went through the windshield, REQ HAZMAT for fuel leak 2 &9'3@ TFC:Ch10 151.37,DPS W 460.30 [ICP785m]. 9:22a.m.
ICP:CottonwoodFd 963 hwy260 & mile 211 units ons a head on w/ Pri4 [Fatal] TFC:Cfd 154.130 Cpd 154.875 [ICP777,319]. 12:00p.m.
ICP: GlendaleFD 3-1-HAZ 8375 W DEER VALLEY RD E156 onscene @ FRY's with a Freon leak in the electrical room. TFC:Ch6 154.310,TG 1776 [ICP319]. 1:17p.m.
ICP: PhoenixFD 1A-MED CENTRAL & BETHANY HOME RD 4 Pedestrians hit. TFC:Ch5 153.830,TG 1777 [ICP319]. 1:48p.m.
ICP-U/D: PhxFD 1A-MED Per CMD, they have 4 Peds that were hit 3 adults & 1 child, 2 Immediates & 2 Deylayed. TFC:Ch5 153.830,TG 1777 [ICP161,319]. 1:50p.m.
ICP: PeoriaFD BRUSH FIRE ROSE GARDEN/LK Pleasant RD TFC:Ch6 154.310, TG 1776 [ICP444m]. 3:10p.m.
ICP: PhoenixFD 962R 19TH AVE & DEER VALLEY Spec call for add'l Rescues to respond. TFC:Ch5 153.830,TG 1777 [ICP319]. 6:58p.m.
ICP-U/D: PhxFD 1A-MED/962R HELO Enroute, PT 1 upgraded to imed launch 2nd HELO, extrication cmplete. Car that rolled over in Circle K pkg lot is on electrical box req util co TFC:Ch5 153.830,TG 1777 [ICP319,785*]. 7:11p.m.
ICP-U/D: PhxFD 1A-MED All pt's have been transported, 2 pt were flown to St. Joes, Command Terminated. TFC:Ch5 153.830,TG 1777 [ICP785,319]. 7:35p.m.
ICP:ChandlerFD 1A-APT 777 W CHANDLER BLVD units ons for a structure fire at the complex TFC Ch7 154.1450 [ICP415*]. 10:43p.m.
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APSN -- Arizona's Source for Breaking News
Arizona Public Safety News Network
(covering incidents from the entire state of Arizona)
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time)
APSN TIRE FIRE PHOENIX FD 9TH AVE AND BUCKEYE. FREQ CH8 153.770 [APSN01]. 8:12a.m.
APSN: WORKING FIRE BRUSH 1A Rural/Metro FD PIMA/JOMAX Units ons of a working brush fire requesting the balance. FREQ:C6 153.860 [APSN37]. 10:37a.m.
APSN: 1ST ALARM MEDICAL CAR VS PED Phoenix FD ENROUTE--> BETHANY HOME/CENTRAL AVE. Reported to be 4 PT's, including one infant. FREQ:153.830 [APSN37]. 1:47p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxFD 1A-MED Units ons advise 2 immediates and 2 delayed, the infant is a delayed ATT. FREQ:153.8300 [APSN37]. 1:50p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxFD 1A MED: Units are transporting both the mother and child to St. Joes and have upgraded the child to an immediate ATT. Add'l units enroute for transport. FREQ:153.830 [APSN37]. 2:01p.m.
APSN:1ST ALARM MED/MVA Phoenix FD 19TH AVE/DEER VALLEY RD Units ons of a serious MVA w/ a veh on fire and pts trapped. q helo requested ATT FREQ:153.830 [APSN37m]. 7:12p.m.
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STLFN - ST. LOUIS FIRENET -
Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
STLFN: DESOTO, MO. (JEFFERSON COUNTY) DESOTO FD HAS A 1ST ALARM FOR A FIRE IN A HOUSE AT 319 VALLEY PLACE. NO SIZEUP HEARD BUT M/A IS RESPONDING. /STL819. 12:58a.m.
STLFN (0408hrs) ST.LOUIS,MO: STLFD *FATAL 1st ALARM* @ 5110 ROBIN. FIRE IN A 1-STY HOUSE. 1 MALE VICTIM LOCATED IN BACK BEDROOM w/SMK INHALATION TRANPORTED TO HOSPITAL & DIED. FIU-821 INVESTIGATING ATT [STL899]. 5:55a.m.
STLFN (0215hrs) EAST ST.LOUIS (ST.CLAIR Co.),IL: ESTLFD HAD A WORKING FIRE @ 15th ST. & BELMONT. 2-STY HSE - FULLY INVOLVED - FIRE THRU THE ROOF. EXPOSURE PROBLEMS BOTH SIDES [STL899]. 7:01a.m.
NEWS: AFFTON (ST.LOUIS Co.),MO: The Affton FPD board of directors have named John Rausch as Fire Chief and Steve Davila Assistant Chief effective June 1 2005. Congratulations to John & Steve [STLFN]. 8:01a.m.
STLFN: DELAYED PAGE) PRAIRIE DUPONT FD WAS ON SCENE OF A LARGE BRUSH FIRE @ ROUTE 3 AND DAVIS STREET FERRY RD. DUPO, AND CAHOKIA FDS RESP. W/ BRUSH TRUCKS. (STL 835). 11:42a.m.
STLFN: DELAYED PAGE) PRAIRIE DUPONT FD WAS ON SCENE OF A LARGE BRUSH FIRE @ ROUTE 3 AND DAVIS STREET FERRY RD. DUPO, AND CAHOKIA FDS RESP. W/ BRUSH TRUCKS. (STL 835). 11:44a.m.
STLFN: WENTZVILLE FPD (ST.CHARLES CO.MO) *1st ALARM* BARN FIRE @ 9010 HWY DD. NO OTHER SIZE UP HEARD. (STL 835). 11:46a.m.
STLFN: HAMEL FD (MADISON CO.IL) ON SCENE OF A BARN FIRE @ 9790 LINCOLN. ALHAMBRA, AND MARINE FDS RESP. M/A. (STL 835). 2:57p.m.
STLFN: HAMEL FD (MADISON CO.IL)U/D ON BARN FIRE @ 9790 LINCOLN RD. (OFF ROUTE 4) HOUSE AND BARN FULLY INVOLVED. S/C FOR HOLIDAY SHORES FD TANKER A MOVE UP MADE. (STL 835). 3:07p.m.
STLFN: BRECKENRIDGE HILLS, MO. (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) COMMUNITY FPD HAS A 1ST ALARM FOR PALLETS NEXT TO A COMMERCIAL BUILDING AT 9791 ST. CHARLES ROCK ROAD. THE 1ST PUMPER HAS LAID A LINE. /STL819. 3:11p.m.
STLFN: BRECKENRIDGE HILLS, MO. (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) U/D ON COMMUNITY FPD'S 1ST ALARM PALLET FIRE AT 9791 ST. CHARLES ROCK ROAD. THE ALARM HAS BEEN S/O BY COMMAND. /STL819. 3:54p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS WORKING FIRE IN AN APARTMENT BUILDING AT 3815 POTOMAC. BC 804 HAS REQUESTED A 1ST ALARM FOR A FIRE ON THE 2ND FLOOR. PUMPERS 32 4 14 1 36 HL 4 BC 804 AND 803 SQUAD 1 /STL819. 5:51p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S 1ST ALARM IN ANM APARTMENT BUILDING AT 3815 POTOMAC. BC 804 REPORTS THE FIRE HAS BEEN KNOCKED DOWN. S/O THE 1ST ALARM. /STL819. 5:56p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD HAS A WORKING FIRE AT 4669 TENNESSEE x-st TAFT. SMOKE SHOWING - ONE LINE OFF. PUMPERS 4 23 36 H&L 4 BC804. [STL810]. 7:33p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD HAS A WORKING FIRE AT 4308 W. MAFFITT. ONE LINE OFF. NO FURTHER DESCRIPTION GIVEN. PUMPERS 10 26 28 H&L 15 BC805. [STL810]. 8:24p.m.
STLFN: (DELAYED FROM 1700 HRS) MILLSTADT, IL (ST.CLAIR CO.) MILLSTADT FD WAS ON SCENE OF A WORKING HOUSE FIRE @ 810 E.WASHINGTON ST. A MOVE UP WAS MADE. UNITS WERE IN SERVICE @ 1900 HRS. (STL 835). 9:05p.m.
Incidents from CIFN - Central Illinois Fire Network
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
WITHERS RD:(SANGAMON), IL::MALE CAUGHT IN GRAIN BIN/ IS UP TO HIS WAIST IN GRAIN ATT/ CHATHAM FIRE & SANG CO RESCUE SQUAD/ NEW BERLIN FOR M/A:CIFN*102. 3:43p.m.
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Incidents from KCFN
(Missouri & Kansas)
-compiled by Jamie Joyce
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
SHAWNEE, KS (JOHNSON CO): 1st ALARM FIRE @ 5865 PARK PLACE X 58th TERRACE. RPTD 2 STY DWLG STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, FIRE NOW THRU ROOF. MERRIAM ENG/TRK A/A. [KCFN-02]. 9:59p.m.
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London Fire Brigade News Round up 10th to 29th May 2005
Included; any incident that required an attendance beyond the initial attendance (above 1st Alarm), any incident involving persons rescued from fire or any other notable incident. Regular Working jobs (All Hands) are not included as they are too numerous.
10th May 2005 Make up Incidents
1959hrs F41 Dagenham, 6 Pump Fire
Firefighters from Dagenham, Barking, Ilford and Hornchurch attended a Fire in a Range of Workshops in Green Lanes, Dagenham. The incident was further complicated by the involvement of asbestos sheet roofing material. The fire was brought under control within an hour. The 15x 15m structure was 100% damaged by fire; two persons were rescued by ladder from the first floor of a neighbouring Property. Six Pumps, a Fire Rescue Unit, Command Unit, BA Incident Unit and Two Senior Officers attended the incident along with Met Police and London Ambulance.
0034hrs F31 Kingsland, 6 Pump Fire
The London Fire Brigade dispatched Four Pumps to multiple reports of a fire in a derelict Building on Roseberry Place Dalston. Upon arrival of Crews the 20 x 25m two Storey Building was well alight with 70% of the upper floor and the whole of the roof involved. Pumps were made up to Six and an Aerial Ladder requested. The Fire was brought under control within three Hours. Crews from Kingsland, Stoke Newington, Shoreditch and Homerton attended the incident along with the Turntable Ladder from Old Kent Road. A Command Unit, Fire Investigation and three Senior Officer also attended.
11th May 2005 Make up Incidents
1026hrs A40 Hendon, 4 Pump Fire Cylinders reported
Approximately 30 Members of the public were evacuated from Longford Court on Belleview Road in Hendon when a Fire started in a Contractors portacabin containing a propane Cylinder. 4 Appliances from Hendon and local Stations attended the call, the public were evacuated as a precaution as heated Cylinders are prone to explode suddenly. The Fire was quickly extinguished by Crews using two jets and the Cylinder was confirmed cool by Crews using a Thermal Image Camera.
1638hrs G56 Heathrow, 4 Pump Fire
Crews from Heathrow and Hayes Fire Station were called to a fire in a terraced house on Waye Road in Cranford. Upon their arrival 40% of the first floor was alight with the fire spreading to adjacent roofs. Pumps were made 4 and a quick attack was made on the fire in the house by BA Crews. Crews using ladders were able to restrict the spread of fire in the roof where damage was limited to 10% of the roof of two adjoining Houses.
0241hrs A32 Hornsey, Persons Reported Fire
Four Adults were rescued by Fire Crews wearing BA at a fire in a dwelling above a Restaurant on Turnpike Lane. Crews from Hornsey and Barnet Fire Stations arrived at the fire where members of the public reported that people were trapped. The People were quickly located and rescued by Fire Crews and the fire was limited to 20% of the First Floor. The people were treated on the scene by London Ambulance for Smoke Inhalation.
0312hrs F41 Dagenham, Persons Reported Fire
Fire Crews from Dagenham and Barking Fire Stations were depatched to reports of a fire above a shop in Bennetts Castle Lane in Dagenham. First Arriving Crews arrived to find a fire in progress on the first and second floor above the shop with People trapped at both levels. One Person was rescued from the first floor by ladder and another two were rescued from the second floor. BA Crews entered the premises and extinguished a fire on the first floor. Those rescued declined medical attention offer by London Ambulance Service Medics.
0318hrs G26 Acton, 8 Pump Fire
Crews from Acton Fire Station were called to a fire in a two Storey 20 x 50 m Laundry Building on Jeddo Road, Shepherds Bush. When they arrived a severe fire was in progress involving the whole of the mezzanine floor and the first floor. Pumps were eventually made up to 8 with additional Crews sent from Hammersmith, North Kensington and West Hampstead. A Fire Rescue Unit, a Command unit, the Brigade Command unit and several Senior Officers also attended the Incident along with Police and Ambulance. The Fire was brought under control by 07:20hrs and crews remained on the scene damping down until the afternoon.
12th May 2005 Make up Incidents
2032hrs G36 Hammersmith, 6 Pump Fire 2 Aerials
Hammersmith Firefighters were called to a fire in a social club on Goldhawk Road in Shepherds Bush. Upon their arrival they were confronted with 15% of the ground floor, 30% of the first floor, 50% of the second floor and 50% of the roof of the 3 floor 40 x 15m building alight. Pumps were made up to six and two Aerial Appliances were requested. Approximately 30 people were evacuated from the club and premises above, no one was injured but one person was treated for shock. Crews from North Kensington, Fulham, Paddington joined Crews from Hammersmith bringing the fire under control in the early Hours. Western Area Command unit and several Senior Officers also attended the incident.
1930hrs E25 Plumstead, 3 Pump Fire
Firefighters were called to a fire on open land adjoining an abattoir at Garland Road in Plumstead. Upon their arrival they found a large pile of wood chippings 15 x 10 x 5 meters alight. Pumps were made up to 3 because of the distance to the nearest Hydrant and a water shuttle was set up with Crews and Pumps from Eltham and Bexley Fire Stations. Crews remained at the scene throughout the night dealing with the deep seated fire.
0035hrs H26 Addington, Persons Reported Fire
An adult was rescued from a fire in a house on Long lane in New Addington by Crews from Addington Fire Station. The fire was restricted to the kitchen of the property but the occupier had been overcome by fumes. He was quickly rescued by BA Crews and handed into the care of LAS Paramedics who treated him on scene before removing him to Hospital.
0054hrs A31 Holloway, 4 Pump Persons Reported Fire
Fire Crews from Holloway were out dealing with another incident when Crews from Stoke Newington and Kentish Town were called onto their ground to a fire in a House on Moray Road, Finsbury Park. When they arrived they found a quarter of the ground floor of the three Storey Mews House was alight with 4 Persons trapped above the fire on the first floor. Pumps were made four and Crews wearing Breathing Apparatus were committed to the Building to search for and Rescue the occupiers. They were removed from the house and treated by the LAS at the scene. The Fire was brought under control using 2 Hosereels and one main jet. A 10 kg Propane Cylinder found in the property was also cooled and made safe.
15th May 2005
F31 Kingsland 6 Pump Fire, Persons reported 13:20hrs
A Paint shop and workshops of two floors 10 x 30 metres on Newington Green Road in Hackney was 100% Damaged by Fire on Saturday Afternoon. 2 Persons managed to escape the blaze uninjured before the arrival of Fire Crews. Crews from Kingsland, Stoke Newington and Homerton Fire Stations brought the fire under control using 4 jets, 2 Hosereels and Breathing Apparatus.
16th May 2005
E29 Lee Green 4 Pump Fire 15:53hrs
100% of a Maisonette on Dando Crescent was damaged by the fire. Crews from Lee Green, Lewisham and Greenwich attended the fire and brought it under control using 2 Hosereels.
H25 West Norwood 4 Pump Fire 19:40hrs
4 Pumps from West Norwood and Brixton Fire Stations were called to a fire in the roof of a house on Ryecroft Road. Crews wearing BA using 2 Hosereels limited fire to 25% of the large three Storey Property.
H41 Kingston 4 Pump Fire, Persons Reported. 20:19hrs
Fire Crews from Kingston, Richmond and Twickenham rescued 8 Persons from a block of flats when fire spread from a flat to involve the first and second floor lobby areas. BA Crews quickly brought the fire under control once the rescued had been carried out.
H36 Mitcham 6 Pump Fire Aerial Required 22:02hrs
Firefighters used two jets and an aerial platform monitor to control a fire in a derelict Garage and Workshops in Green Lane Morden. 50% of the 30 x 60m two Storey Building was damaged in the fire.
17th May 2005
G39 Feltham 4 Pump Fire Cylinder reported 11:13hrs
Fire Crews from Feltham and other Surrounding Stations attended a fire at a plant hire Factory Unit in Ashford. Fire Crews fighting the fire in the 30 x 70m Building were withdrawn when an acetylene Cylinder was discovered and cooling jets were lashed in place. Crews maintained a presence on the scene for 24 Hours while the cylinder was cooled.
G25 Ealing Chemical Incident 19:45hrs
A Container with an unknown substance and associated packaging was removed from a Government research facility by Firefighters and Multi-Agency Incident Assessment Team Staff (MAIAT Team) wearing Chemical Protection suits. No Further details published.
18th May 2005
A33 Tottenham 4 Pump Fire Aerial Required 16:17hrs
Fire Crews from Tottenham and surrounding Stations attended a fire in a derelict pub on Queen Street. 75% of the Three Storey building was damaged by the fire. BA Crews extinguished the fire using three jets and 2 Hosereels.
A37 Barnet 6 Pump Fire Persons reported 18:52hrs
Ravenscroft Old Peoples Home in Barnet was the scene of a major Rescue Operation when Fire Broke out in the Basement. 18 of the Residents were evacuated by staff and a further 7 were rescued by Fires wearing Breathing Apparatus. Another 2 were rescued by ladder from the 3rd floor of the Building. In total 14 people were removed to Hospital suffering from Smoke Inhalation. The whole of the Basement was damaged in the fire as well as 25% of the ground floor. Fire Crews from Barnet, Southgate and Finchley were involved in the Operation.
19th May 2005
F26 Bethnal Green 4 Pump Fire 08:45hrs
Crews from Bethnal Green and Kingsland were called to a fire in a derelict Warehouse in Hackney. The entire 10 x 10 metre Building was destroyed by the fire, The incident was brought under control using 4 jets and 2 Hosereels.
G24 Southall 4 Pump Chemical Incident 09:50
Firefighters wearing Chemical Protection suits contained a leak from a storage tank of caustic soda at St Bernard’s Hospital. Approximately 3000 litres of the product escaped before Firefighters arrived to stem the flow using specialist materials contained in the Environmental grab pack carried on all front Line London Fire Trucks.
H31 Croydon 4 Pump Fire 10:52hrs
5% of a large Furniture warehouse on Sydenham Road Croydon that was in the course of demolition was damaged in a fire. Breathing Apparatus Crews using one jet brought the fire under control within half an hour.
G30 Wembley 15 Pump Fire 3 Aerials 21:10hrs
Over 40 calls were taken by LFB Control Officers to a Massive Warehouse Fire on the Perivale Industrial Estate in Perivale West London. 15 Pumps Crews from Stations across West London, 3 Aerials, Fire Rescue Units, a Command Unit and the Brigade Command unit attended the Incident. Over 100 Firefighters and Senior Officers up to Assistant Commissioner attended the Fire throughout the night. 75% of the 30 x 60 Metre Warehouse was damaged; the fire was controlled using 4 jets and 3 aerial Monitors. Fire Crews remained on the scene throughout the next day assisting Fire Investigators and overhauling the scene.
H37 Wallington 4 Pump Cylinders reported fire 00:32hrs
Over 150 Residents were evacuated from their homes in Carlshalton when a garden shed and a van caught fire in a private garden. Although not a taxing fire, the situation was complicated by a highly explosive acetylene Cylinder located in the shed. Crews remained on the scene for 24Hours observing the arbitrary cooling period for acetylene cylinders.
20th May 2005 No Make up/Multi-Alarm Incidents for this 24 Hour Period
Of the 400 calls taken by LFB Control on this day over 70 were fires in property. None required the assistance of Crews beyond the Initial attendance.
Saturday 21st May 2005
H31 Croydon 4 Pump Fire, Persons reported 12:35hrs
3 persons escaped from a fire in a second floor flat in West Croydon on Saturday afternoon. Damage was limited to 20% of the flat and 50% of the roof void. 4 Pumps and an aerial Appliance attended the blaze.
G30 Wembley 6 Pump Fire 22:14hrs
A Vehicle repair Garage with Offices above 35 x 35metres was severely damaged by fire in Woodside Place, Wembley. 7 LPG Cylinders were removed from the fire by crews before they became involved, 50 persons were evacuated from surrounding properties as a precaution. 6 Pumps and a Command Unit attended the blaze which was brought under control using 4 Jets.
H25 West Norwood 4 Pump Fire Persons reported 04:31hrs (22nd May)
One Person was rescued and two others escaped from a House Blaze in Streatham Hill early on Sunday Morning. Crews from West Norwood and Brixton attended the blaze and brought it under control using one jet and one hosereel.
Monday 23rd May 2005
G32 Ruislip 4 Pump Fire 0746hrs
Firefighters were called to Ragons Health club on Chestnut Avenue in Northwood on Monday Morning when an electrical fault in the steam room caught fire. Although all of the steam room was damaged in the fire, crews from Ruislip, Northolt and Harrow managed to save the adjacent Boiler room that serviced the remainder of the center. Two Hosereels, BA and a Thermal Image Camera were used at the fire.
G37 Chiswick 4 Pump Fire 2303hrs.
Fire Crews from Chiswick were called to a fire in a Warehouse under demolition on the Great West Road in Brentford. Part of the roof of the 100 x 50m 4 floor Building was alight when crews arrived. Pumps were made up to four and additional Appliances from Heston were ordered. 2 Jets, BA and a Thermal Imaging Camera were used to tackle the fire.
Tuesday 24th May 2005
F43 Barking 4 Pump Fire 1056hrs
Clouds of Black smoke were seen for miles around when two large articulated lorry trailers containing tyres were damaged by fire at a freight company yard in River Road Barking. Site management reported to crews that LPG cylinders may also be involved. Crews were withdrawn for safety and a fixed ground monitor was deployed to extinguish the fire. Crews from Barking and Dagenham attended the incident. River Road was closed for a time until the cylinder was declared safe.
E42 Biggin Hill 4 Pump Fire Aerial Required 1923hrs.
40 people were evacuated from Vincent Square in Biggin Hill when a fire broke out in a disused Warehouse. The whole of the Building was destroyed despite attempts by Crews using 2 Jest and an aerial monitor. The Initial evacuation was scaled down once it was confirmed that the gas cylinders involved were LPG and not acetylene.
Wednesday 25th June 2005
G26 Acton 4 Pump Fire Persons Reported 1005hrs
Crews from Acton and Park Royal were mobilized to a fire in a Hotel on Victoria Road in Acton. A guest room on the fourth floor was alight and much of the fourth floor was smoke logged. All Guest were accounted for but a member of staff was reported missing. The member of staff was found by BA Crews on his way out after attempting to fight the fire with a portable extinguisher. Crews wearing BA contained the fire to the room of origin.
Thursday 26th June 2005
H25 West Norwood 4 Pump Fire Persons reported 0915hrs
Fire Crews from West Norwood were called to Eccleston House in Tulse Hill on Thursday Morning. Upon their arrival they found a five roomed flat on the third floor was well alight with persons reported trapped. Pumps were made 4 and Crews from Brixton were also ordered. A 45ft Ladder was deployed to the premises to search for victims while crews wearing BA commenced a Firefighting and search operation. The premises were clear of people and the fire was brought under control by the BA Crews using 2 Hosereels.
G31 Northolt 4 Pump Fire, Persons reported 1446hrs
One adult and two Children were rescued by Firefighters wearing BA from a 6th floor flat in Gainsborough Tower, a 12 storey block of flats in Academy Gardens in Northolt. Fire Crews using jets from the Dry Rising Main managed to limit the fire to 40% of the property.
Friday 27th June 2005
H25 West Norwood Train Derailment 1624hrs
London’s well used and rehearsed Multi Agency Major Incident plan swept into action at the beginning of rush hour on Friday Evening when a commuter train derailed between Stations in Leigham Vale, Streatham. First arriving crews were relieved to find that the train headed into London for the rush hour was almost empty and no persons were trapped or injured. Emergency Service Crews evacuated a number of passengers to safety and LAS Paramedics treated them for shock. The accident caused major disruption to Rush hour services heading out to the South London suburbs and beyond.
F43 Barking 4 Pump Fire 19:03hrs
Fire Crews from Barking were called to a fire in a glass warehouse in the industrial are of River road in Barking. Upon their arrival they found a quarter of the 40 x 60m factory alight with flame and smoke issuing from the roof. The incident was made up to 4 pumps and Crews from Dagenham also attended. The fire was brought under control within an hour by Crews in BA using 2 jets and a thermal image camera.
F43 Barking Major Special Service 2109hrs
Whilst local crew were fighting the fire in River road, standby Crews covering the area along with Fire Rescue units, Urban Search and Rescue Teams senior Officer and the Multi Agency Assessment team were mobilized to reports of a gas leak with multiple casualties in the Channel Tunnel extension construction site at Barking. Initial reports of over 50 casualties triggered the second major emergency response of the day, but crews were stood down one it was confirmed that only 4 persons were involved. They were removed to Hospital by LAS and the site was handed back to CTRL Contractors once the area was declared safe. The Channel tunnel extension runs from Kings Cross Station in Central London through East and South London where it will join up with the existing tunnel in Kent when it opens in 2007.
A25 Westminster 4 Pump Fire 2203hrs.
Fire Crews from Westminster and Lambeth were called to a fire at the rear of a Pizza Hut Restaurant in Lupus Street. A large lock up store at the rear of the premises was engulfed in fire when crews arrived. Pumps were made 4 to cover the risk of spread but the fire was dealt with quickly by crews using three hosereels and BA. The Restaurant itself was not damaged and was able to open for business the following day.
F42 Ilford Multiple Vehicle Road Traffic Accident 0106hrs
London Fire Crews deal with many Road Traffic accidents every week. Although this incident in Romford Road, Forest Gate involved 5 Cars. & Persons were injured and two of those were trapped in the wreckage. They were cut free by crews from Ilford and the Fire Rescue unit from East Ham and passed into the hands of LAS Paramedics who removed them from the scene once they had been stabilized.
Saturday 28th May 2005
H31 Croydon 5 Pump Fire, Aerial Required, Cylinders involved 10:35
A 200m cordon was thrown up around an industrial Estate in Lower Coombe Street in Croydon on Saturday Morning when fire ripped through a two storey factory unit with highly explosive acetylene cylinders inside. Crews used three jets and an aerial monitor to douse the fire which destroyed the whole Building and took the roof off. The Cylinders were cooled for 24 Hours in line with agreed Fire Service practice as they remain unstable and are at risk from ‘self heating’ long after the fire is out.
F26 Bethnal Green Persons reported Fire 2026hrs.
One person escaped from a fire and a dog was rescued by Fire Crews wearing BA at a fire in a flat on the third floor on the Parkside Estate in Hackney. The small fire was quickly dealt with by crews and the occupant and dog suffered no long term injury.
G39 Feltham 4 Pump Fire Aerial Required 2049hrs
London Fire Brigade Control received multiple calls to a fire in the roof of a row of derelict shops and flats on Feltham High Street. Crews from Feltham and Heston and the Aerial from Hayes managed to limit damage to 20% of the roof in the 100 x 30m Building using 3 jets, 2 hosereels and the aerial monitor.
F26 Bethnal Green 4 Pump Fire 0358hrs
A few hours after their dog Rescue, Bethnal Green Crews were again in action at a 4 Pump fire in an empty block of flats in Claredale Street Bethnal Green. Arsonists had torched three of the flats on the 5th floor and part of the communal hallway from the 2nd to 5th floor in the 100 x 10 m 6 storey block. Crews from Bethnal Green and Shoreditch took hose lines to each of the flats to tackle the fires whilst another crew attacked the fires that had been set on the staircase and hallway. Police are investigating the fire in an area of high gangland and drug related crime.
Sunday 29th May 2005
H25 West Norwood 4 Pump Fire, Persons reported 1337hrs
West Norwood Firefighters continued their very busy spell of the last couple of months when they were called to a Fire in a five roomed flat in Rastell Avenue. Crews found the flat 50% alight and persons were believed involved. A rapid search and Firefighting Operation brought the incident under control within a short time and it was confirmed that no one was trapped within the property.
H36 Mitcham 4 Pump Fire 1348hrs
Just as the Incident in West Norwood was unfolding, Fire Crews from Mitcham a few miles away were called to a fire in a Public House in London Road Mitcham. First arriving crews discovered that 50% of the first floor and roof were alight in the two Storey 30 x 15 m Building. Pumps were made four and Crews from Tooting and Sutton joined the Operation. Firefighters wearing breathing Apparatus brought the fire under control using three jets, crews remained on the scene for several hours cutting away and damping down.
H33 Wandsworth 4 Pump Fire 1830hrs
The action remained in the same area, when just a few hours later another 4 Pump Fire occurred, this time in Putney Bridge Road. Crews from Tooting joined Wandsworth Crews when a fire broke out in the kitchen of a restaurant and spread into the ducting running up to the roof. Sunday evening in this busy thoroughfare was brought to a halt while crews tackled the fire. Working in the kitchen and above the fire with Hosereels and Thermal Image Cameras Crews quickly isolated the spread of the fire and brought the incident under control.
London Fire Brigade
LOS ANGELES, CA:
GREATER ALARM HIGH RISE STRUCTURE FIRE:
On Tuesday, May 31, 2005 at 3:55 PM PDT, fourteen Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one EMS District Captain, two LAFD Rescue Ambulances, two LAFD Helicopters, four Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams as well as various LAFD support and investigative resources, all under the direction of Assistant Chief Michael Fulmis responded to a Greater Alarm High Rise Structure Fire at 6290 West Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. The first Companies arrived quickly to discover heavy smoke showing from the roof of the nineteen-story “Sunset Vine Tower”, a long vacant 306-foot tall high-rise office structure and once popular filming site undergoing residential conversion. LAFD forces quickly secured control of the lobby region and stairwells of forty-two year-old building, in which many of the key fire prevention systems had been deactivated due to construction. With detailed knowledge of the building gained during fire prevention and tactical preplan inspections, several teams of Firefighters, carrying as much as 100 pounds of equipment each, climbed 38 flights of stairs and maneuvered past precarious portals to access the rooftop of the City’s 57th tallest building, finding it well involved with fire. As LAFD helicopters circled overhead, Fire Attack and Support Teams established staging on the floor below the fire, optimizing a strategic assault against the well-entrenched flames. Firefighters confined the blaze to the large equipment enclosure, extinguishing the flames in just 22 minutes. There were no injuries. Firefighters, apparently exposed to asbestos during the firefight, decontaminated their personal protective equipment and themselves following the fire. Damage to the unoccupied building was determined to be of no monetary value, as the region scorched by flames was in the process of being demolished and renovated. The cause of the fire is categorized as accidental and is attributed to a cutting torch operation earlier in the day.
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Manhattan, N. Y. 05/31/05 @ 02:45 hrs.
Lower East Side
address: 13 Essex Street
between: Canal St. & Hester St.
229 @ 02:47
Engs. 9, 15, 55
Lad. 6, T. Lad. 18
10 - 75 - 229 @ 01:52
Ladder 11 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #18
6 Story Brick 40 x 75 O. M. D.
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 5 Story Brick 40 x 75 O. M. D.
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a 6 Story Brick 25 x 75 O. M. D.
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 229 @ 01:56
Batt. 4 reports, We're using All - Hands for a fire on the top floor and possibly in the cockloft of a 6 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. We have 1 - line stretched and in operation. The Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Doubtful.
Division 1: Box 229, There is no fire on the top floor. Fire is in the cockloft. Truck's are "Opening Up" holes in the roof checking for extensions. 2 - lines stretched at this time. Primary search of the top floor is negative. Doubtful.
Division 1: At Box 229, Fire was in the ceiling, walls and cockloft of Apt. 23 on the top floor. Truck's are continuing to "Open Up" and checking for extensions. Still Doubtful.
Division 1: Box 229, We're going to go with Probably Will Hold at this time.
Division 1: Box 229, All secondary searches on the top floor are complete and negative. Fire is UnderControl.
Queens, N. Y. 05/31/05 @ 15:45 hrs.
address: 132 - 48 Maple Ave. nr College Point Blvd.
9407 @ 15:38
Engs. 273, 274, 324
Lad. 129, T. Lad. 138
10 - 75 - 9407 @ 15:42
TowerLadder 152 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #4
Squad Co. #288
4 Story Brick 40 x 40 O. M. D.
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 9407 @ 15:48
Batt. 52 reports: At Box 9407, Using All - Hands for a fire on the 2nd. floor of a 4 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Doubtful.
Batt. 52: Box 9407, All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary search thru out is negative. Still Doubtful.
Division 14: Box 9407, Probably Will Hold at this time.
Division 14: Box 9407, All secondary searches are complete and negative. Put this Fire UnderControl.
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1811 - Newburyport - MA - 250 buildings and shops destroyed in most prominent section of town - Fire started on Inn Street in the center of downtown by an arsonist - Baptist Meeting House in Market Square, where many well to do citizen had placed their belongings to be safe from the fire, was in turn destroyed when strong winds shifted - Amesbury, Rowley, Danvers, Ipswich, Beverly, Haverhill, Topsfield, Bradford, and Salem assisted in fighting fire
1939 (Tuesday-Memorial Day)- Sandwich - NH - Upper Road - old Jesse Mudgett farm - Hay fire in barn destroys barn and house (I Have two b&w photos of this top floor of a three-story building completely gutted the top floor of a three-unit apartment building.
1997 - Lunenburg - VT - Working Fire - Neils's Pond South Shore - Bldg fully involved
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