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Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
U/D TALLMAN, NY (ROCKLAND) **5TH ALARM** 284 ROUTE 59. ADDITIONAL MANPOWER TO THE SCENE OF FIRE IN THE MAIN STORAGE BARN TYPE BUILDING AT DYKES LUMBER. FIRE IS STILL DWH. ORIGINAL ALARM WAS A VERBAL FROM TALLMANS FIREHOUSE. 1STR465 1STR109 1STR297 [1STR]. 12:17a.m.
U/D TALLMAN NY (ROCKLAND) *GEN'L ALM FIRE* DYKES LUMBER YARD ON RT 59. HEAVY VOLUME HAS BEEN KNOCKED DOWN. STILL A LOT OF FIRE CONDITION, MULTI HANDLINES / TOWER LADDER / IN OPERATIONG. THIS WILL BE A PRELONGED OPERATION. EAN840/904/539 ON SCENE [EAN]. 12:46a.m.
U/D TALLMAN NY (ROCKLAND) *GEN'L ALM FIRE* DYKES LUMBER YARD ON RT 59. HEAVY VOLUME HAS BEEN KNOCKED DOWN. STILL A LOT OF FIRE CONDITION, MULTI HANDLINES / TOWER LADDER / IN OPERATIONG. THIS WILL BE A PRELONGED OPERATION. EAN840/904/480/539 ON SCENE [EAN]. 12:50a.m.
2ND ALARM KINGSTON, MA. 58 WINTER STREET-OIC REPORTS HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A DWELLING-M/A ENROUTE. *460.600* C67/C73 [TAC9-C461]. 8:32a.m.
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2ND ALARM EAST HARTFORD CT 21 KENYON PLACE-A DETACHED GARAGE HEAVILY INVOLVED WITH AN EXPOSURE *460.600* C55 [TAC9-C09] [TAC9-C09]. 10:31a.m.
DILLSBURG PA (YORK CO) 2ND ALM PLUS HAZ MAT 295 RT 15 SOUTH AT BOBS CITGO STRUCTURE FULLY INV M/A CUMBERLAND CO DC/PA1. 10:41a.m.
DALLAS, TX - just transmitted 6 Alarm fire for manpower at 7500 ParkLane (North Dallas) on a large two story biblical museum with limited FDaccess and limited openings for master streams. (Jeff H - TX) HNAN DEWms. 1:19p.m.
U/D: NEW WINDSOR, NY (ORANGE) **2ND ALARM** 225 SUMMITT DR. (VAILS GATE FD) VGFD CAR 1 TRANSMITTING THE 2ND ALARM. M/A STEWART AIR GUARD FAST TEAM TO SCENE. COVERS FROM CORNWALL, COORDINATORS NOTIFIED. 1STR14 [1STR]. 2:11p.m.
NEW WINDSOR NY (ORANGE CTY) *2ND ALARM* 225 SUMMIT DR. A WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE IN A PVT DWG. REQ NOW CORNWALL TO MOVE UP TO THE SCENE AND ADD.L ENGINE ON STAND BY MNS-10812/5 15:20* 2:24p.m.
U/D NEW WINDSOR NY (ORANGE CTY) *3RD ALARM* 225 SUMMIT DR. A FULLY INVOLVED STRUCTURE IN A PVT. DWG. NUMEROUS M/A COMPANIES OPERATING O/S AS WELL AS DEPARTMENS FROM STAND BY ARE REQ. TO MOVE UP TO THE SCENE MNS-108 15:37* 2:40p.m.
ORCHARD BEACH,MD (ANNE ARUNDEL CO): *2ND ALARM* WORKING MARINA FIRE/ 864 NABBS CREEK RD/ SEVERAL BOATS FULLY INVOLVED/ INITIAL CREWS LAYING IN DUAL LINES/ OPS 1E DC51. 5:30p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Anne Arundel Co, MD/ **2nd Alarm Boat Fire**/ IAO Nabbs Creek Rd and Solley Rd/ Cmd rep a large vessel heavily involved/ Ops on Echo. MFN1a/MFN13 o/s MFN1. 5:33p.m.
APSN NAT'L ALERT: Buckeye Valley, Arizona (Maricopa) 2nd ALARM BRUSH FIRE 309th AVE & BASELINE. Evacs in progress with fire moving quickly. Moveups in progress. [APSN02m]. 5:54p.m.
ICP: BUCKEYE VALLEY, AZ 3rd ALARM BRUSH Crews working a large brush fire w/severe structural threats and involvement - ext high winds in area [ICP-AZ,242]. 6:07p.m.
APSN NAT'L ALERT: Buckeye Valley, Arizona (Maricopa) *3rd* ALARM BRUSH FIRE 309th AVE & BASELINE. Evacs in progress with fire moving quickly. Moveups in progress. Crews protecting exposures. [APSN02m]. 6:07p.m.
ICP: Buckeye ValleyFD *3A BRUSH FIRE* 309TH DR & BASELINE CMD BC311 ons of an unknown sized fire. Fire is close to 1 structure. Numerous structures have been evacuated. CMD Post & Staging @ JOHNSON & SOUTHERN. [ICP319,245]. 6:09p.m.
APSN NAT'L U/D: Buckeye Valley, Az. 3rd Alarm Brush: Crews abadoning some positions as fire is moving very quickly. Temp is approx 110 degrees.
APSN NAT'L U/D: Buckeye Valley, Az. 3A Brush Fire: Still unk acreage ATT.
Numerous FD's assisting with fire endagering powerlines & little or no water supply in area. Several tankers enroute along with Heavy Air Support from the CaveCreek Complex Fire that now stands at 124,000 acres. FREQ: B12
154.085 [APSN02]. 7:06p.m.
BALTIMORE, MD (21-13): **2ND ALARM EQUIV** / OCC DWELLINGS / 3829-? ROLAND AVE / HAMPDEN (N BALT) / FIRE IN COCKLOFT OF MULTI-3 STY BRK OCC ROWS / HVY T-STORMS IN AREA / ACCESS PROBS / MUTAID 2 & 1 FROM BALT CO TO COVER. DC/E23. 7:21p.m.
2ND ALARM WATERTOWN MA BOX 21 15 NORTH BEACON ST E-1 REPORTS HEAVY FIRE SHOWING M/A TO WORK & COVER *483.7125* [TAC9-C158]. 8:06p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM WATERTOWN MA BOX 21 15 NORTH BEACON ST 1STY BRICK 30X60 COMMERCIAL GARAGE S/C ADD'L ENGINE & WESTON AIR SUPPLY TO THE SCENE *483.7125* C66/C257/C302 [TAC9-C158]. 8:27p.m.
DETROIT, MI: *2ND ALARM* W/F IN AN OCC COMMERCIAL BLDG, APPROX 50 X 50 @ 5676 W FORT X MILITARY. NFI ATT (FNNM-376, 1062). 9:48p.m.
WOODBURY, NY (ORANGE) **2ND ALARM ** 236 COUNTY RT 105. WOODBURY 1 O/S WITH A FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE. REQ 2ND ALARM. M/A FROM MONROE AND HARRIMAN TO THE SCENE. 1STR14 [1STR]. 11:11p.m.
WOODBURY NY (ORANGE CTY) *2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL* 236 CR 105 THE ACE FARM BUILDING FULLY INVOLVED M/A HARRIMAN 1 TANKER & MONROE 1-E & LADDER TO THE SCENE MNS-108 O/S 00:13* 11:16p.m.
U/D: WOODBURY, MY (ORANGE) **3RD ALARM FIRE** 236 COUNTY RT 105. HEAVY FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BLDG. WOODBURY COMMAND REQ AN ADDITIONAL 6 M/A TANKERS TO THE SCENE ABOVE THE 2ND ALARM. 1STR14 [1STR]. 11:18p.m.
WOODBURY NY (ORANGE CTY) ++GENERAL ALARM++ 236 CR. 105 AT THE ACE FARM A LARGE BUILD. FULLY INVOLVED M/A OPERATING O/S HARRIMAN. MONROE. TUXEDO. CORNWALL. WASHINGTONVILLE. CORNWALL. LAKESIDE. CHESTER. & SALISBURY MILLS. MNS-108 O/S 00:23* 11:26p.m.
U/D: WOODBURY, NY (ORANGE) **4TH ALARM** 236 COUNTY RT 105. HEAVY FIRE IN A LARGE COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE. CMD REQ AN ADD'L 4 TANKERS TO THE SCENE ABOVE THE 3RD ALARM, NOW 13 TANKERS EITHER O/S OR ENROUTE. 1STR14 [1STR]. 11:29p.m.
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02:30. COLUMBUS FD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. 1155 W MOUND ST. E10-O/S NOTHING FOUND-SITUATION CONTAINED, SIGNAL O. OPS:BN1 FG. OFN202 (C)
02:46. COLUMBUS FD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. OLD LAZARUS WHSE-WEST WHITTIER ST. E2;L2 ON SCENE REPORTED SMOKE IN THE BUILDING-CALL FOR SMALL ASSIGNMENT-BN1. OPS:BN1 FG. OFN202 (C)
02:47. COLUMBUS. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. W WHITTER ST (OLD LAZARUS WHSE). BRK WAREHOUSE- ENG2 LAD2 O/S RPT BLDG FULL OF SMOKE- 1HL STRETCHED- ENG3 1 LAD1 MED2 RES2 BN1. OPS:BN1FG. OFN322 (C)
02:51. COLUMBUS FD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. WEST WHITTIER ST. E3 ON SCENE, 1 H/L IN OPERATION-RIC COMPANIES CALLED- SO2 RESPONDING. OPS:BN1 FG. OFN202 (C)
03:03. BN1 FG. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. WEST WHITTIER ST. ADD'L UNITS O/S= E9,E15,L10-WATER SUPPLY STRAINED DUE TO LACK OF HYDRANTS. OPS:BN1 FG. OFN202 (C)
03:12. COLUMBUS FD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. WEST WHITTIER ST. E14 NOW ON SCENE. OPS:BN1 FG. OFN202 (C)
03:13. COLUMBUS. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. 400 W WHITTIER ST (CORRECT ADDRESS). 2HLS IN OP- 1000+ FOOT LDH DOWN- RIC: ENG15 LAD10 MED1 SO2 EMS11 BN3- S/C ENG9 14 EMS14 AIR BLDG1 PREVUNIT- SETTING UP REHAB- PRIMARY CLEAR- NOW U/C. OPS:BN1FG. OFN322 (C)
03:22. COLUMBUS FD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. WEST WHITTIER ST. E10, EMS 11, 14 RESPONDED OR ENROUTE. E10 ASSISTING E14 IN ADJUSTING 5" SUPPLY LINE . OPS:BN1 FG. OFN202 (C)
03:32. COLUMBUS FD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. WEST WHITTIER ST. BN1 HAS PAR-SITUATION CONTAINED PRIMARY ALL CLEAR-TIE-UP ALL COMPANIES. OPS:BN1 FG. OFN202 (C)
04:10. COLUMBUS FD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. 400 WEST WHITTIER ST. ALL COMPANIES ORDERED OUT OF THE BUILDING. OPS:BN1 FG. OFN202 (C)
07:39. . (OFN DISTRICT 12) WSF. . S/F SUPER WALMART IN SOUTH ZANESVILLE. POOL PRODUCTS ON FIRE. SMOKE SHOWING. SEVERAL UNITS RESPONDING. SOUTH ZVILLE FD, NEWTOWN TWP. ROSEVILLE FD'S ENROUTE. OPS:. OFN205 (C)
07:42. NEWTON TWP.. (OFN DISTRICT 9) WSF. MAYSVILLE PIKE. U/D ZANESVILLE FIRE ADDED TO S/F CARD WITH AN ENGINE AND LADDER. . OPS:. OFN205 (C)
10:43. COLUMBUS FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 8) MVA/PIN. ? MAIN ST. RES4CUE HAS A WORKING EXTRICATION, SO2 EN ROUTE. STATION 181 O/S. OPS:8 DELTA. OFN101 (C)
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Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
VALLEYVIEW, CUYAHOGA HTS, INDEPENDANCE: WATER RESCUE: CUYAHOGA RIVER. VICTIM MISSING ALONG 2 MILE STRETCH OF THE RIVER. SEVERE ACCESS PROBS. MLF PROVIDED SOME RECON. UH 1 (726/802) ONSC NOW ALONG WITH USCG. EXTENDED OPS ONGOING. APPROX 10 DEPTS ONSC INCL CLEVELAND. FPO/802*/726*/713*/703*/D260(c). 12:22a.m.
ERIE PA MVA W/ENTP @ W.38TH & PEACH. RPT 1 VAN ON IT'S ROOF W/ ENPT. E-6 TL-1 DC-321 EMS 23 S-20 OPS:154.430/462.950 [FPO D/801](c). 12:40a.m.
U/D ERIE PA MVA W/ENTP @ W.38TH & PEACH. PER S-20 ROLL OVER VAN INTO A BULD 1 CLASS -2 VICT ENTP S/C EMS 34. 12:48a.m.
BROOKLYN HTS (CUYAHOGA CO) *RIVER RESCUE* UH MEDEVAC W/ THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA AND THE IC FOR 45 MIN RECON. ENTIRE RIVER SEARCHED. USCG RELEASED. NO EQUIPMENT. NOTHING FOUND ATT. UHME #1 CLEARED. FPO/D*802 (c). 1:34a.m.
COLUMBUS FIREl 400 W. WHITTIER ST: (OLD LAZARUS WAREHOUSE) ENGS 3 2 1 TRKS 2 1 RES 2 MED 2 BN1. A BIG x BIGGER WAREHOUSE COMPLETELY CHARGED WITH SMOKE. SITE OF PREVIOUS TRAINING. 2ND ENGINE LAYING BIG LINES. *BN1FG* FPO/D260(c). 2:54a.m.
COLUMBUS FIRE: W/F: 400 W. WHITTIER ST (OLD LAZARUS WAREHOUSE): RIC ENG 15 TWR 10 MED1 EMS11 BN3 SO2. 1 LINE WORKING. COMPANIES OPENING UP. FPO/284/D260(c). 2:59a.m.
COLUMBUS FIRE: 300 W. WHITTIER: ENG9 ALSO ON THE CALL. WATER ISSUES. ENG 1 LAYING 1000' OF 5", NOW OUT OF HOSE. FIRE APPROX 60-70 FEET IN THE BUILDING. GETTING A KNOCK AT THIS TIME. 2ND LINE GOING IN. LEVEL 1 ACCOUNTABILITY. *BN1FG* FPO/284/D260(c). 3:09a.m.
COLUMBUS FIRE: *2ND EQV* 400 W. WHITTIER: ENG14 (7TH ONSC) NOW HELPING ENG15 ESTABLISH WATER SUPPLY. ENG1 ABANDONED 5" LINE TO GET 2ND LINE INTO THE BUILDING USING TANK WATER. STARTING TO SOUND PWH. *BN1FG* FPO/284/D260(c). 3:15a.m.
COLUMBUS FIRE: 8TH ENG (10) AND 2ND EMS BOSS (14) S/C'ed. FIRE NOW CONTAINED, HOLDING ALL COMPANIES. SPECIAL FOR ARSON. 1 ENGINE TO TRANSFER DOWNTOWN. *BN1FG* FPO/284/D260(c). 3:36a.m.
BROOKLYN HTS **CUYAHOGA RIVER DROWNING** 6 HOURS AFTER OPERATION STARTED, AN ADULT MALE WAS RECOVERED DOA FROM THE RIVER. THE REST OF THE VICTIMS PARTY MADE IT TO SHORE. ALL CO'S NOW IN SERVICE. (FPO *703/*726/*802/D.249c). 10:19a.m.
CONCORD TWP (DELAWARE): MVA/PIN DUBLIN RD NR OLD STONE QUARRY. DUMP TRK ROLLOVER W/ ENTRAPMENT. Q 341 MED 341 210 RES 92 CH 341. MED FLT S/C'D. OPS TAC-3. FPO/240/D217 (C). 10:24a.m.
NORTH OLMSTED FD: *RESCUE RUN* IN METROPARKS @ IN LAGOONS AREA. FEMALE W/SELF INFLICTED GSW TO LEFT UPPER CHEST. MLF # 2 S/C'D. COS: ENG 2, LAD 1, SQD 51, METROPARKS RANGERS. OPS: 154.250 FPO/D703 (C). 11:59a.m.
CLEVELAND FIRE & EMS **DROWNING @ EUCLID BEACH** FROM 10:00 HRS MALE VICTIM PULLED FROM THE WATER, DOWN 20 MINS TRANS BY CLEVE EMS TO EUCLID HOSP ED IN TRAUMA ARREST
(FPO D.249c). 12:52p.m.
CLEVELAND FIRE & EMS **EUCLID BEACH DROWNING** (M) VICTIM PRONOUNCED AT EUCLID ED. THIS IS THE 2ND DEATH AT THIS BEACH IN SAME SPOT THIS MONTH. TAC-5, SQD 4/3, LAD-30, BATT-6 AND OTHERS.
(FPO D.249c). 1:00p.m.
RICHMOND HEIGHTS W/F @ DORCHESTER APTS IN H-BUILDING. KITCHEN FIRE. COS: RHFD E-712, T-721, S-742. M/A HHFD E-811, LFD T-421. MVFD S-641. FIRE U/C. FPO/726. 6:02p.m.
BEDFORD HTS: W/F 26000 FORBES RD. COS: OAKWOOD ENG 2, CAR 2, BEDFORD ENG 13, CAR 10, BHFD CAR 1, 2. OPS: 424.225/425.275. FPO/713*/D703 (C). 6:04p.m.
EASTLAKE FIRE AND POLICE (LAKE CO) **28 Y/O MALE THROWN FROM A MOVING VEHICLE.** THEN THE SAME 28 Y/O MALE IS SHOT BY THREE DIFFERENT POLICE "TAZERS" NOW HAVING A CARDIAC EMERGENCY. (FPO D.239c) North Shore. 9:19p.m.
EASTLAKE FIRE & POLICE **28 Y/O (M) FAILED TO COMPLY W/ LAW ENFORCEMENT** SUSPECT WAS SHOT BY (3) DIFFERENT OFFICERS W/ POLICE "TAZER". REQ FOR METRO L/F AIRSHIP TO MEET AT LAKE WEST ED. (FPO D.249c) North Shore. 9:23p.m.
EASTLAKE FIRE--MEDIC 1742 TO MEET LIFEFLIGHT # 2 AT LAKE WEST ED 28 Y//O MALE IN S.V.T. (SUPER VENTRICULAR TACHICARDIA), HEART RATE 240's LEVEL 1 TRAUMA AND CARDIAC CRISIS (FPO D.249c) 9:33p.m.
EASTLAKE FIRE **PT REMAINS IN S.V.T.** CHEMICAL AND ELECTRICAL MEANS OF SLOWING THE HEART RATE HAVE FAILED. NOW INTUBATED, CLEARED BACK TO METRO HEALTH ED PT CONDITION CRITICAL (FPO D.249c). 9:38p.m.
EASTLAKE FIRE **TAZER GUN INCIDENT** LIFEFLIGHT # 2 (4) MINS OUT FROM METRO HEALTH. PT HAS CONVERTED HEART NOW IN THE 180'S STILL IN CARDIAC CRISIS FINAL (FPO D.249c). 9:41p.m.
**LAKE ERIE RESCUE INCIDENT** EASTLAKE FIRE & RESCUE (LAKE CO) **20 Y/O (M) TRAUMA PT WHO WAS RUN OVER BY A JET SKI TRAVELING 25 M.P.H. LEVEL 1 HEAD INJURY TRANSPORT TO LAKE WEST ED ALSO (FPO 703/D.249c). 9:55p.m.
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(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
ACW LACONIA, NH ON BELKNAP STREET. COMPANIES REPORT FIRE SHOWING FROM AN OUT BUILDING, M/A ENGINE FROM GILFORD REQUESTED. *159.900* [TAC9-C101]. 2:32a.m.
2ND ALARM KINGSTON, MA. 58 WINTER STREET-OIC REPORTS HEAVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A DWELLING-M/A ENROUTE. *460.600* C67/C73 [TAC9-C461]. 9:32a.m.
W/F EAST HARTFORD CT 21 KENYON PLACE-A DETACHED GARAGE FIRE-HEAVY FIRE SHOWING *460.600* C55 [TAC9-C09]. 11:21a.m.
2ND ALARM EAST HARTFORD CT 21 KENYON PLACE-A DETACHED GARAGE HEAVILY INVOLVED WITH AN EXPOSURE *460.600* C55 [TAC9-C09] [TAC9-C09]. 11:31a.m.
W/F PAWTUCKET RI 57 LOMSDALE AVE FIRE IN A 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME FIRE IS K/D PWH 471.325* C316/C25 [TAC9-C319]. 12:24p.m.
MVA FARMINGTON CT ROUTE 6 AND PINNACLE RD-EXTRICATION IN PROGRESS-1 1045 C2+ A 24 Y/O MALE -S/C 1 ADDITIONAL ENGINE-LIFE STAR REQUESTED BUT NOT FLYING DUE TO WEATHER *154.190* C55/C106 [TAC9-C09]. 1:58p.m.
MVA PORTLAND, ME 232 RIVERSIDE IND PRKWY. TRUCK VS MOTORCYCLE WITH ONE 10-45 C2+ TRAUMA PATIENT BEING TRANSPORTED TO MAINE MEDICAL CENTER. 800/154.205 [TAC9-C38]. 4:33p.m.
W/F LITCHFIELD, ME. 1254 RICHMOND ROAD. COMPANIES ON SCENE REPORT FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE. *154.250* C819/C866 [TAC9-C101]. 8:18p.m.
U/D W/F LITCHFIELD, ME. 1254 RICHMOND ROAD. COMPANIES HAVE A MOBILE HOME WELLINVOLVED, MULTIPLE M/A REQUESTED FOR WATER SUPPLY. *154.250/154.265* C866/C818 [TAC9-C101]. 8:40p.m.
2ND ALARM WATERTOWN MA BOX 21 15 NORTH BEACON ST E-1 REPORTS HEAVY FIRE SHOWING M/A TO WORK & COVER *483.7125* [TAC9-C158]. 9:06p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM WATERTOWN MA BOX 21 15 NORTH BEACON ST 1STY BRICK 30X60 COMMERCIAL GARAGE S/C ADD'L ENGINE & WESTON AIR SUPPLY TO THE SCENE *483.7125* C66/C257/C302 [TAC9-C158]. 9:27p.m.
W/F WESTBROOK, ME. 31 WALKER STREET COMPANIES HAVE A FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.370* TIP [TAC9-C101]. 9:44p.m.
MVA GLOUCESTER MA KONDELIN RD AT THE CAPE ANN INDUSTRIAL PARK T.T.UNIT FULLY INVOLVED 1-1045C1 ON SCENE NOTIFICATIONS BEING MADE REQ PHOTO RECON *154.16/800* C33/C101 [TAC9-C158]. 10:13p.m.
W/F CHELSEA MA BOX 21 142 BROADWAY BUILDING FIRE M/A TO WORK & COVER *154.325* C48/C171 [TAC9-C158]. 10:23p.m.
MVA MARLBOROUGH CT RTE 2 EASTBOUND NEAR EXIT 15 LIFESTAR REQUESTED BUT NOT FLYING DUE TO WEATHER *46.22* [TAC9-C55]. 11:32p.m.
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Tuesday, June 28, 2005
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DINWIDDIE CO, VA: W/F 8425 BALTIMORE RD. TANKER 2 O/S WITH FIRE THROUGH THE ROOF OF A HOUSE. (124/VM) (VFN75). 7:31a.m.
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA: 2nd ALARM 909 WESTOVER AVE. HEAVY FIRE IN ATTIC OF UNK TYPE STRUCTURE. 3 L/S/O (137) (VFN102). 4:01p.m.
COLONIAL HEIGHTS VA *2ND ALM* 909 E.WESTOVER AVE. CREWS WORKING A HOUSE FIRE. 3 L/S/O. PG CO.5 FOR FILL IN TO FS1. MON TAC 2. (VFN137). 4:12p.m.
COLONIAL HEIGHTS VA *2ND ALM* 909 E.WESTOVER AVE. CREWS WORKING A HOUSE FIRE. 3 L/S/O. PG CO.5 FOR FILL IN TO FS1. MON TAC 2. (VFN137). 4:13p.m.
FAIRFAX CO VA APT FIRE 2163 EVANS CT. KITCHEN ON FIRE. MON 4C (DC) (VFN137). 5:44p.m.
Cleveland (From 1822Hrs) W/F @ E 131 near Union B-5 had a 2.5 stry frm vacant house / Hvy smoke showing. Box: Engs 36,41,L-36,Squad 1 & B-5. E6 worker / L-11 Rit . 2 Lines (FPO/D7). 11:50p.m.
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Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
U:d NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* 24th 11TH AVENUE. FIRE TOP FLOOR OF A 3 STY UNDER CONSTRUCTION FRAME. GAS CAN LOCATED TOP FLOOR. ARSON REQUESTED. EAN503. 12:02a.m.
U/D PEEKSKILL NY (WESTCHESTER) **3RD ALARM** 400 BLK CENTRAL AVE. HVY FIRE CONDITIONS. MUTUAL AID TO WORK & COVER EAN322/388/840 EAN503. 12:13a.m.
U/D TALLMAN NY (ROCKLAND) **GENERAL ALARM** 284 ROUTE 59 @ "DYKES LUMBER COMPANY" HVY FIRE INVOLVING A LUMBER YARD. 2 TOWER LADDERS IN OP. FIRE REMAINS VERY DWH. EXTENSIVE M/A TO WORK & COVER. EAN840/539 O/S EANSTAFF EAN503. 12:54a.m.
U/D TALLMAN NY (ROCKLAND) *GEN'L ALM FIRE* DYKES LUMBER YARD ON RT 59. HEAVY VOLUME HAS BEEN KNOCKED DOWN. STILL A LOT OF FIRE CONDITION, MULTI HANDLINES / TOWER LADDER / IN OPERATIONG. THIS WILL BE A PRELONGED OPERATION. EAN840/904/539 ON SCENE EAN840. 1:46a.m.
U/D TALLMAN NY (ROCKLAND) *GEN'L ALM FIRE* DYKES LUMBER YARD ON RT 59. HEAVY VOLUME HAS BEEN KNOCKED DOWN. STILL A LOT OF FIRE CONDITION, MULTI HANDLINES / TOWER LADDER / IN OPERATIONG. THIS WILL BE A PRELONGED OPERATION. EAN840/904/480/539 ON SCENE EAN840. 1:50a.m.
PATERSON NJ (PASSAIC) *WORKING FIRE* ON 23RD AVE. FIRE IN A APT BLDG (#13) CONFIRMED JUMPERS, EMS ENROUTE. FPTF EAN503. 6:48a.m.
U/D PATERSON NJ (PASSAIC) *WORKING FIRE* 23RD AVE, BLDG 13. FIRE 3RD FLOOR OF AN APT TYPE BLDG, CONFIRMED PEOPLE TRAPPED. EMS FORTHWITH TO SCENE. 6 OR 7 PEOPLE ARE HANGING OUT 2ND FL WINDOWS. S/C ADDITIONAL TRUCK CO ON A RUSH. 1 L/S/O. FIRE DWH EAN388 EAN503. 6:53a.m.
U/D PATERSON NJ (PASSAIC) *WORKING FIRE* ON 23RD AVE & UNK CROSS. (BLDG 13) FIRE IN 1ST FL APT OF A 3 STY BLDG. 1 L/S/O. NUMEROUS RESCUES FROM WINDOWS ON2ND/3RD FLS. JUMPERS OUT WINDOWS ON ARRIVAL. 2ND LINE BEING RUN. FIRE IS DWH. TRAFFIC ON STREET IS EFFECTING F/D WATER SUPPLY EAN388/402 EAN503. 7:00a.m.
U/D PATERSON NJ (PASSAIC) *WORKING FIRE* 23RD AVE & UNK CROSS (BLDG 13) FIRE K/D AND U/C PRIMARY SEARCHES NOW UNDERWAY. EAN388/402 EAN503. 7:02a.m.
MANHATTAN, NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 1670, 2979 8TH AVENUE x= W 155TH STREET. FIRE ON THE 22ND FLOOR OF A 150X150 IRR OMD. ADDTL 1E &1T ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. FIRE IS DWH EAN700. 7:15a.m.
BRONX, NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 2257, 761 BRUCKNER BLVD, X= LAFAYETTE AVENUE. FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF A 1STRY TXPYR. ADDTL 1ENG & 1TRK DWH EAN700. 7:17a.m.
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS(BERGEN) **WATER PROBLEM** BERGEN COUNTY OEM REQ ANY AVAL ENGLEWOOD CLIIFFS FIREFIGHTER TO S/B IN HQ DUE TO THE WATER TOWER BEING OUT OF WATER EAN388. 8:05a.m.
CRANSEVILLE NY (MONTGOMERY) ** WORKING FIRE ** F/I RESIDENTIAL HOUES FIRE REQUESTING MULTIPLE M/A EAN970. 8:57a.m.
BRONX NY BOX:3381 *ALL-HANDS* 2690 MORRIS AVE - KINGSBRIDGE AVE,FIRE ON THE 4TH FLR W/EXT UP THE SHAFT OF A 6STY OMD,EXTRA ENG-TRK FIRE DWH EAN305 EAN852. 9:16a.m.
BRONX NY BOX:3381 *ALL-HANDS* 2690 MORRIS AVE - KINGSBRIDGE AVE,FIRE ON THE 4TH FLR W/EXT UP THE SHAFT OF A 6STY OMD 100x80,EXTRA ENG-TRK FIRE DWH EAN305 EAN852. 9:17a.m.
RUTHERFORD (BERGEN) **2ND ALARM** 67 KIPP AVE SMOKE IN A SENIOR BLDG M/A TO THE SCENE AND COVER EAN388. 12:12p.m.
SAYREVILLE,NJ (MIDDLESEX) *WORKING FIRE* 1 JUNIPER LANE, WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE IN A 2 1/2 STORY FRAME, FIRE ON THE #2 FLOOR EAN700. 6:00p.m.
BROOKYLN: ALL-HANDS: BOX 1689: 340 DUMONT AV X/O GASTON AV: FIRE 5TH FL KITCHEN: 1 L/S/O: PWH EAN345. 6:06p.m.
U/D SAYREVILLE,NJ (MIDDLESEX) *WORKING FIRE* 1 JUNIPER LANE, X=KENDALL AND BIRCH, COMPANIES DROPPING SUPPLY LINES, GOING TO WORK WITH ATTACK LINES EAN700. 6:06p.m.
U/D SAYREVILLE,NJ (MIDDLESEX) *WORKING FIRE* 1 JUNIPER LANE, X=KENDALL AND BIRCH, 2 HANDLINES IN OPERATION, ROOF BEING OPENED UP ATT, M/A RQSTD FOR COVER,MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D ATT EAN700. 6:13p.m.
BROOKLYN: A/H: BOX 1691: IFO 417 JUNIOR ST X/O DUMONT AV: MANHOLE FIRE FOR OVER 30 MIN: BC58 RPTS FIRE STILL COMING FROM MANHOLE: AWAITING CONED: NO ADD'TL UNITS REQ EAN345. 7:02p.m.
QUEENS NY BOX3136 *WORKING FIRE* 66-08 AUSTIN ST FIRE IN A PD WITH BARS ON THE WINDOW ADD'L TRUCK EAN231/ EAN840. 8:08p.m.
QUEENS NY BOX3136 *WORKING FIRE* 66-08 WETHEROLE ST FIRE IN A PD WITH BARS ON THE WINDOW ADD'L TRUCK EAN231/ EAN840. 8:12p.m.
U/D QUEENS NY BOX3136 *ALL HANDS* 66-08 AUSTIN ST FIRE IN A PD NFI EAN231/ EAN840. 8:14p.m.
ORANGE, NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* BOX 31: 231 WILLIAM ST. BSMT FIRE IN A 2 STY FR. RPTS OF AN OCCUPANT STILL IN HOUSE. EAN322. 8:40p.m,.
*U/D* ORANGE, NJ (ESSEX) BOX 31: FIRE IN BSMT IS K/D. LT SMK STILL SHOWING. 1 L/S/O. W.O.F.D IN AS FAST. 2&1 TO COVER. A/C/W. S/C PSE&G. EAN322. 8:49p.m.
*U/D* ORANGE, NJ (ESSEX) BOX 31: CMD REPTS FIRE EXT TO 1ST FLR & IS K/D. COs OVERHAULING. SRCHS (-). FIRE IS U/C. EAN253/ EAN322. 9:01p.m.
LYBDHURST, NJ (BERGEN) *WORKING FIRE* BOX 37: ROOSEVELT SCHOOL: KINGSLAND & STUYVESANT. FIRE #2 FLR. FIRE IS K/D, CK'G FOR EXT. S/C BOE. EAN700/ EAN322. 9:44p.m.
(1STR) 1st Responder Wireless News
(covering New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut metropolitan area).
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** 24 11TH AVE. (BOX 1367) T-11 O/S REPORTS A FIRE ON #3 FLR OF A 3 STY BRK. ARSON UNIT REQUESTED. 1STR215 * 1STR109. 12:01a.m.
*U/D* PEEKSKILL, NY (WESTCHESTER) **3RD ALARM** 400 BLOCK OF CENTRAL AVE, MIXED RESIDENTIAL/COMMERICAL TYPE BUILDING, COMPANIES MAKING PROGRESS, CAUSE & ORIGIN TO SCENE, DWH 1STR4568 1STR49. 12:04a.m.
U/D TALLMAN, NY (ROCKLAND) **2ND ALARM** 284 ROUTE 59. ADDITIONAL M/A TO WORK FOR HEAVY FIRE AT AN UNKNOWN TYPE AT DYKES LUMBER. FIRE REMAINS DWH 1STR465 1STR109 1STR297. 12:05a.m.
TALLMAN, NY (ROCKLAND) **3RD ALARM** 284 ROUTE 59. ADDT'L M/A FROM NJ TO THE SCENE FOR HEAVY FIRE AT AN UNKNOWN TYPE AT DYKES LUMBER. FIRE REMAINS EXTREMELY DWH. 1STR465 1STR109 1STR297. 12:10a.m.
U/D TALLMAN, NY (ROCKLAND) **4TH ALARM** 284 ROUTE 59. ADDITIONALAL M/A FOR HEAVY FIRE IN THE MAIN BARN TYPE LUMBER STORAGE BUILDING. FIRE REMAINS VERY VERY DWH 1STR297. 12:23a.m.
FINAL U/D: NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** 24 11TH AVE. (BOX 1367) FIRE WAS LOCATED IN THE COCKLOFT OF A 3 STY FRAME NEW CONSTRUCTION. FIRE WAS QUICKLY K/D AND PLACED U/C BY DC-1. ARSON SQUAD REQ TO THE SCENE. 1STR215 * 1STR109. 12:26a.m.
U/D TALLMAN, NY (ROCKLAND) **4TH ALARM** 284 ROUTE 59. 2 MASTER STREAMS AND NUMEROUS H/LS IN OPERATION FOR HEAVY HEAVY FIRE IN THE MAIN LUMBER STORAGE BUILDING. FIRE REMAINS EXTREMELY DWH MFR310 1STR109 1STR465 1STR297. 12:41a.m.
U/D TALLMAN, NY (ROCKLAND) **5TH ALARM** 284 ROUTE 59. ADDITIONAL MANPOWER TO THE SCENE OF FIRE IN THE MAIN STORAGE BARN TYPE BUILDING AT DYKES LUMBER. FIRE IS STILL DWH. ORIGINAL ALARM WAS A VERBAL FROM TALLMANS FIREHOUSE. 1STR465 1STR109 1STR297. 1:15a.m.
QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 8572: 91-47 88TH ROAD AT WOODHAVEN BLVD. BN-51 HAS FIRE ON THE TOP FLOOR OF AN 8-STORY OMD. L-175 FAST. ADDTL 1&1 ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 6:22a.m.
U/D QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 8572: 91-47 88TH ROAD AT WOODHAVEN BLVD. DIV-13 REPORTS MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D. SRCHS UNDERWAY. FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED PWH. 1STRT18. 6:28a.m.
PATERSON, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** ALABAMA AVE AT 23RD AVE @ THE "ALEXANDER HAMILTON PROJECTS". WORKING APARTMENT FIRE WITH REPORTS OF OCCUPANTS TRAPPED AND PEOPLE HANGING OUT THE WINDOWS. DWH. 1STRSTAFF * 1STRT18. 6:50a.m.
BRONX, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 2257: 761 BRUCKNER BLVD AT LAFAYETTE AVENUE. BN-3 HAS FIRE ON THE 1ST FLOOR OF A 1-STORY TAXPAYER. ADDTL 1&1 REQ ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. L-29 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 7:02a.m.
MANHATTAN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 1670: 2979 8TH AVENUE AT W 155TH STREET. BN-16 HAS FIRE ON THE 22ND FLOOR OF A 150X150 IRREGULAR OMD. ADDTL 1&1 ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 7:11a.m.
U/D PATERSON, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** ALABAMA AVE AT 23RD AVE @ THE "ALEXANDER HAMILTON PROJECTS". ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D. NUMEROUS RESCUES WERE MADE FROM THE UPPER FLOORS. EMS O/S EVALUATING SEVERAL PATIENTS. FIRE IS U/C. 1STRSTAFF * 1STRT18. 7:13a.m.
MANHATTAN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 1670: 2979 8TH AVENUE AT W 155TH STREET. BN-16 HAS FIRE ON THE 22ND FLOOR OF A 30-STORY HI-RISE OMD [10-77 TRANSMITTED]. +ONE 10-45 NO CODE+. FIRE REMAINS DWH. 1STRT18. 7:16a.m.
U/D BRONX, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 2257: 761 BRUCKNER BLVD AT LAFAYETTE AVENUE. BN-3 HAS FIRE IN A 1-STORY AUTO BODY SHOP. CO'S VENTING THE ROOF. FIRE STILL DWH. 1STRT18. 7:23a.m.
BRONX, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3381: 2690 MORRIS AVENUE AT E 196TH STREET. BN-27 HAS FIRE ON THE 4TH FLOOR OF A 6-STORY OMD. L-33 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 9:14a.m.
U/D BRONX, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3381: 2690 MORRIS AVENUE AT E 196TH STREET. BN-27 HAS FIRE IN THE SHAFT ON THE 4TH FLOOR OF A 100X80 6-STORY OMD. 2LSO. CO'S OPENING UP. SRCHS UNDERWAY. FIRE REMAINS DWH. 1STRT18. 9:17a.m.
BRONX, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3886: 708 E. 243RD STREET AT WHITE PLAINS ROAD. BN-15 HAS FIRE ON THE TOP FLOOR OF A 6-STORY 100X100 BLDG WITH RESIDENCES ABOVE A LAUNDROMAT. FIRE SHOWING FROM 2 WINDOWS. ADDTL 1&1 REQ ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. L-32 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 10:31a.m.
U/D BRONX, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3886: 708 E. 243RD STREET AT WHITE PLAINS ROAD. BN-15 REPORTS MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D AND SRCHS UNDERWAY. 10-41 CODE 1 [SUSPICIOUS FIRE] TRANSMITTED. FIRE APPEARS PWH. 1STRT18. 10:35a.m.
LAWRENCE TWP., NJ (MERCER) **HAZ-MAT** 2381 LAWRENCEVILLE RD [LAWRENCE DRUG REHAB] SUSPCIOUS WHITE SUBSTANCE ON REAR LOADING DOCK. FD ON SCENE S/C TRENTON RES1CUE FOR DECON. EMS S/B TO TREAT 3 VICTIMS POST DECON. 1STR4568. 10:55a.m.
U/D LAWRENCE TWP., NJ (MERCER) **HAZ-MAT** 2381 LAWRENCEVILLE RD [LAWRENCE REHAB] UNK. WHITE SUBSTANCE ON REAR LOADING DOCK. S/C MERCK TAC-27. TRENTON RES1CUE OPERATING. EMS S/B TO TREAT AT LEAST 3 VICTIMS POST DECON. 1STR4568. 11:41a.m.
HARRINGTON PARK, NJ (BERGEN) **MAJOR GAS LEAK** UNKNOWN ADDRESS AT THE ROMA CAFE RESTAURANT. GAS LINE STRUCK IN THE RESTAURANT WITH A MAJOR LEAK. M/A ENGINE TO THE SCENE. 1STR297 1STR465. 12:06p.m.
RUTHERFORD, NJ (BERGEN) **2ND ALARM** 67 KIPP AVE. FIRE OFFICAL DANSBACK REQ FD UNITS TO THE SENIOR CITIZEN BLDG DUE TO A SMOKE CONDITION, CO'S ARE EVACUATING THE BLDG, 2ND ALARM FOR MANPOWER 1STR157. 12:29p.m.
NEW WINDSOR, NY (ORANGE) **WORKING FIRE** NEXT TO 230 SUMMITT DR. (VAILS GATE FD) - NEW WINDSOR CAR 1 O/S WITH A FIRE IN A S/F/D. RETONE FOR MANPOWER. 1STR14. 2:54p.m.
LINDEN, NJ (UNION) **GAS LEAK** 15 PALISADE ROAD. CONTRACTOR KNOCKED THE GAS METER OFF A 2 STORY BRICK. FD REQUEST ELIZABETHTOWN GAS FORTHWITH. 1STR215 1STR297. 3:00p.m.
U/D: NEW WINDSOR, NY (ORANGE) **2ND ALARM** 225 SUMMITT DR. (VAILS GATE FD) VGFD CAR 1 TRANSMITTING THE 2ND ALARM. M/A STEWART AIR GUARD FAST TEAM TO SCENE. COVERS FROM CORNWALL, COORDINATORS NOTIFIED. 1STR14. 3:04p.m.
FORT LEE, NJ (BERGEN) **HAZ-MAT** PALISADE AVE, COLUMBIA AVE, ANDERSON AVE. HYDRAULIC FLUID LEAK FROM REFUSE TRUCK. ENG. 6, BERGEN COUNTY HAZMAT, FL OEM OPERATING ON SCENE. STATE W/ SAND SPREADER & PORT AUTHORITY SAND SPREADER ON SCENE. ONGOING CLEANUP. ROADS STILL AFFECTED IN AREA. 1STR440 O/S. 1STR109. 3:32p.m.
SAYREVILLE, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 1 JUNIPER LANE AT KENDALL DRIVE. FIRE ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF A 2.5-STORY PRIVATE DWELLING. FIRST ARRIVING CO'S HITTING HYDRANTS. *1STR4568 E/R* 1STRT18. 6:01p.m.
BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 1689: DUMONT AVENUE AT GASTON BLVD. BN-44 HAS FIRE IN THE KITCHEN ON THE 5TH FLOOR OF A 16-STORY 90X120 OMD ATTACHED TO A 10-BUILDING COMPLEX. MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D WITH 1LSO. L-176 FAST. FIRE IS PWH. 1STRT18. 6:07p.m.
U/D SAYREVILLE, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 1 JUNIPER LANE AT KENDALL DRIVE. FIRE WAS IN THE BEDROOM ON THE "A" EXPOSURE DIV 2. FIRE HAS BEEN K/D AND IS PWH. CO'S OVERHAULING. *1STR4568 O/S* 1STRT18. 6:26p.m.
BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 1691: 417 JUNIOR STREET AT DUMONT AVENUE. BN-58 USING ALL HANDS FOR A MANHOLE FIRE AT LOCATION. NSU REQUIRED. 1STR345 * 1STRT18. 7:02p.m.
LAKE CARMEL, NY ( PUTNAM) **HAZ MAY** ROUTE 84 W/B @M.M. 59.6. FD REQUESTED FOR A TRACTOR TRALIER LEAKING DEISEL FUEL 1STR51. 8:07p.m.
QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3136. 66-08 WETHEROL AVE. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF AN U/K TYPE STRUCTURE. 1 L/S/O, TRUCKS OPENING UP, & SEARCHES UNDERWAY. FIRE IS DWH. 1STR141*1STR158* 1STR115. 8:21p.m.
MANHATTAN, NY **ALL HANDS/10-77** BOX 988. 301 E.66TH ST. FIRE ON THE 2ND FL. OF A 50X250 16 STORY APARTMENT HOUSE. 1 L/S/O, TRUCKS OPENING UP, & SEARCHES UNDERWAY. FIRE IS DWH. 1STR158*1STR141* 1STR115. 8:33p.m.
U/D LAKE CARMEL, NY (PUTNAM) **HAZ-MAT** RT 84 . FD O/S WITH A TRACTOR TRAILER LEAKING A LARGE AMOUNT OF DEISEL FUEL ON THE HIGHWAY CMD REQUEST AN TANKER TO THE SCENE 1STR51. 8:36p.m.
ORANGE, NJ (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** 231 WILLIAMS ST FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A 2 1/2 STORY CHIEF DOWED PLACES THE FIRE U/C ATT 1STR115. 8:50p.m.
U/D MANHATTAN, NY **ALL HANDS/10-77** BOX 988. 301 E.66TH ST. ALL VISIBLE FIRE HAS BEEN K/D. TRUCKS CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. PRIMARY SEARCHES ARE (-) & SECONDARIES ARE UNDERWAY. FIRE IS PWH. 1STR115*1STR158* 1STR141. 8:54p.m.
LYNDHURST , NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** KINGSLAND & STYEVESANT AVE. FIRE ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF THE ROOSEVELT SCHOOL, M/A FAST TEAM FROM NORTH ARLINGTON, 1STR109 1STR157. 9:28p.m.
U/D LYNDHURST , NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** KINGSLAND AVE & STUYVESANT AVE. FIRE 2NS FLOOR CLASS ROOM OF ROOSEVELT SCHOOL,FIRE IS KND DOWN, CO'S VENTING, REQ BD OF ED TO THE SCENE, PRINCIPAL RESPONDING 1STR157. 9:42p.m.
BROOKLYN,NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 2014 AT 715 RIVERDALE AVE. X-NEW LOTS AVE. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A STORE. 3STY BRK MIXED OCC. FIRE INVOLVES THE ELECTRICAL PANEL. 1 L/S/O. FIRE IS PWH. BATT-44 REQ CON-ED TO THE SCENE. 1STR114. 11:27p.m.
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Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
TORONTO (CANADA) Report:
OVERNIGHT, TORONTO, QUEEN ST. W. @ LANSDOWNE. 2ND ALARM, COMM'L & APTS., QUICK K/D. TOA 0400. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 2:08p.m.
TORONTO, WF, 6 CEDAR SPRINGS GROVE. OUTSIDE GAS LEAK, IGNITED IN FRONT OF DWELLING, EVACS I/P, S/C ADD'L PUMP, 2 RESCUES & HAZ. N2. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:08p.m.
TORONTO W/F 2 BEAVERHALL DR; ROOF FIRE; HOUSE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING *N4* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:11pm.
TORONTO, WF, 31 BAYHAMPTON CRT. OUTSIDE GAS METER, IGNITED IN FRONT OF DWELLING, EVACS I/P, HAZ. UINT ON 1ST. N3. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:23p.m.
TORONTO W/F 6 CEDAR SPRINGS GRV; HOUSE GAS LINE RUPTURED/IGNITED BY LIGHTNING STRIKE; 1ST ALM+ FOAM PUMP,RIT & HAZ *N3* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 6:11p.m.
UD, TORONTO, 2 BEAVERHALL DR. WF ASSMNT & 2 ADD'L PUMPS, ACW. TF315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 6:11p.m.
TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 135 GERRARD ST.E.TFN341 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:30p.m.
UD, TORONTO, 135 GERRARD ST. E. 3/BK ROW HOUSING, 3RD FLR, ATTIC & ROOF, FIRE ON 3RD K/D, SEVERAL LSO & TOWER, BOX 12 E/R. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:41p.m.
UD, TORONTO, 135 GERRARD ST. E. 3/BK HOTEL, UNDER RENO, FIRE K/D, ACW, PRI. SEARCH (-). TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:49p.m.
UD, TORONTO, 135 GERRARD ST. E. ADD'L 1&1 TO WORK, ALL SEARCHES (-), PWH. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:01p.m.
MERU (SALANGOR), MALAYSIA. MAJOR FIRE, PUMPS 5, MERU MAIN RD. @ KAPAR RD. 1/FR ROW OF 20 STORES & 3 RESTAURANTS DESTROYED. 1HR K/D. TFN315. 12:56a.m.
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA. MAJOR FIRE, PUMPS 8, JALAN KLANG LAMA (KAMPUNG SENTOSA) ROW OF 11 STORES & 2 RESTAURANTS DESTROYED. 1HR K/D. TFN315. 12:59a.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, June 28, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
MFN-RESCUE/EMS: Baltimore County, MD/ MVC w/Rescue/ I-695 O/L btw Harford Rd & Belair Rd (Box 10-63 Parkville)/ Cmd Rpts 2pts Trapped/ Ops on TG-12/B3 MFN-2. 7:14a.m.
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MFN-FIRE/EMS: Anne Arundel Co, MD/ **2nd Alarm Boat Fire**/ IAO Nabbs Creek Rd and Solley Rd/ Cmd rep a large vessel heavily involved/ Ops on Echo. MFN1a/MFN13 o/s MFN-1. 6:33p.m.
MFN-WATER RESCUE: Baltimore City, MD/ Inland Water Rescue/ W Baltimore St & Ellicott Driveway (Box 14-2)/ Units o/l looking for a reported child in the Gwynns Falls/ Car 414 enroute/ Ops on C-1 MFN-4. 6:34p.m.
Phone: 410-437-9636 (9MFN)
WEB: http://www.mfnweb.com/ The Maryland Fire Network
(ICP) Incident Command Page of Arizona, Inc.
(covering the entire state of Arizona)
http://www.icp-az.org or http://www.incidentcommandpage.com
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)
ICP: PhoenixFD HAZ1 35TH AVE & DURANGO TFC:Ch8 153.770,TG 1774 [ICP444]. 9:00a.m.
ICP-U/D:TontoNF *WILDLAND* 3 COMPLEX IN FOUR PEAKS, 1 firefighter was bitten by a rattlesnake, He was flown to Payson Regional Medical Center ,he is showing NO SIGNS OF ENVENOMATION, he is being observed as precaution TFC:164.825[ICP324]. 9:38a.m.
ICP: TonopahFD -UNITS ENROUTE- HOUSE FIRE EAGLE EYE RD 7 MILE S/O SALOME HWY TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO 43120 [ICP242]. 10:19a.m.
ICP U/D: TonFD HOUSE Units in the area finding smoke from HarquahalaFD brush fire only TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO Dig 43120 [ICP242]. 10:37a.m.
ICP: AvondaleFD GSW 105 N LINKS Dr TFC: Ch9 155.670, AvonPD 460.450 [ICP242]. 11:17a.m.
ICP: BuckeyeFD *BRUSH FIRE* A-85 & I-10. BC ONS requesting add'l units. TFC: BD12 154.085 [ICP737w]. 11:22p.m.
ICP: PhoenixFD BRUSH 2320 W TIERRA BUENA LN Phx Firebird overhead rporting a field fire in the area TFC:Ch5 153.83 [ICP785m]. 11:34a.m.
ICP: PhoenixFD BRUSH FIRE 2300 W TIERRA BUENA LN Units ONS have balanced this to a brush assignemtn TFC: Ch5 153.830 [ICP737,242]. 11:41a.m.
ICP: ScottsdaleFD 962X 2000 N SCOTTSDALE RD Units onscene of a vehicle into building E601 has command. TFC:Ch11 154.025 [ICP319i]. 12:14p.m.
ICP-U/D: ScottFD 962X Per CMD, they have 1 Lev1 pt & 1 Lev2 pt. TFC:Ch11 154.025 [ICP319i]. 12:15p.m.
ICP: ScottsdaleFD 2-1-HAZ 98TH ST & CAVECREEK RD. TFC:Ch11 154.025 [ICP319i]. 12:25p.m.
ICP: HarquahalaFD BRUSH FIRE 605th Ave / Courthouse Rd Units ONS have been working a large brush fire SLF enroute TFC:SLF 151.400, HarFD 158.850 [ICP242]. 12:57p.m.
ICP: TempeFD HAZ1 1333 W UNIVERSITY Units onscene of a 10 gallon spill of an unknown type substance. TFC:Ch7 154.145, TG 1775 [ICP319vm,444]. 1:04p.m.
ICP: TempeFD 3-1-STR 850 S RIVER DR Units onscene of a W/F. TFC:Ch7 154.145 [ICP319]. 1:44p.m.
ICP MesaFD *ALERT 2* 4800 FALCON DR units ons of an a/c which landed safely following a fuel issue TFC Ch2 154.235 [ICP415i]. 2:53p.m.
ICP: BuckeyeFD 1A-BRUSH 309th AVE & BASELINE. 1st Alarm Brush Fire. TFC: B12 154.025 [ICP744]. 3:20p.m.
ICP-U/D: BuckFD 1A-BR. Corrected frequency B12 154.085 [ICP744]. 3:21p.m.
ICP: BuckeyeValleyFD 2A-BRUSH FIRE 309th AVE / BASELINE Units ONS req a balance to a 2A TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO Dig 43152, 43120 [ICP744,242]. 3:45p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 2A-BR MCSO advising FD is evacuating structures - fast moving only in DEFENSIVE posture TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO Dig 43152, 43120 [ICP744,242]. 3:47p.m.
ICP: BuckeyeFD 2A-BRUSH 309th AVE & BASELINE RD TFC: B12 154.085 [ICP744]. 3:47p.m.
ICP: BuckeyeValleyFD 3A-BRUSH 309th AVE / BASELINE RD CMD has req a 3A TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO 43120, 43152 [ICP744,242]. 4:04p.m.
ICP: Buckeye ValleyFD *3A BRUSH FIRE* 309TH AVE & BASELINE CMD BC311 ons of an unknown sized fire. Fire is close to 1 structure. Numerous structures have been evacuated. CMD Post & Staging @ JOHNSON & SOUTHERN. TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO W TG/43120 [ICP245]. 4:07p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR Crews reporting structures are now involved - some crews nearly being over-run by fire TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,242]. 4:08p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR Fire is slowing - approx 100 homes threatened, 1 involved, SLF AirAttack09 advising 100+ acres TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,242]. 4:18p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR 1 structure protection crew had to evacuate due to fire conditions - PAR on F/G TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,245,319,242]. 4:30p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR West Division reporting they almost have containment on that side of fire TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,245,319,242]. 4:40p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR North & South Divisions still have heavy fire conditions TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,245,319,242]. 4:42p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR SLF AirAttack09 waiting for HEAVY and SEATs to arrive TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,245,319,242]. 4:45p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR Crews in North DIV advising heavy fire moving into heavy brush and power lines - need Tender for BR181 TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,245,319,242]. 4:47p.m.
ICP: FLAGSTAFF FD, 962X, THIRD ST & THIRD AVE, 4 PTS, 2 IMMEDIATE. E2 ON SCENE REQUESTING TRUCK CO FOR EXTRICATION AND ADDITIONAL AMBULANCE. . 5:02p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR Heavy Tanker20, 2 SEATs approx 15 minutes out TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,245,319,242]. 5:03p.m.
ICP: FlagstaffFD 962X THIRD ST / THIRD AV Units req ladder for ext - 4 PTs - 2 IMMEDIATES TFC: 155.790 [ICP107,242]. 5:06p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR Heavy Tanker20 will be making first drop along Souther Ave - crews to prepare TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,245,319,242]. 5:08p.m.
ICP U/D: BVFD 3A-BR 2nd HEAVY Tanker from Prescott enroute, Tanker20 will load & return TFC: B12 154.085, SLF 151.400, MCSO Dig 43120, 43152 [ICP744,245,319,242]. 5:16p.m.
ICP: GlendaleFD 3-1-STR 6028 W CROCUS DR Units onscene of a W/F. TFC:Ch6 154.310 [ICP319]. 5:21p.m.
ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 3230 E THOMAS RD Units ONS of a W/F in a restruant TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP242]. 5:28p.m.
ICP: MesaFD 962 CAR / CHILD LINDSEY & BROWN Units ons advise 18 month old child ran over by childs father. Seems accidental ATT. TFC: Ch2 154.235 [TV5,ICP245m]. 6:12p.m.
ICP:PrescottNF *WILDLAND* CROWN KING BASIN ON PRIVATE LAND JUST OFF FOREST, CKFD ons, USFS BC232 & E34 responding TFC:PNF 168.175[ICP324]. 6:28p.m.
PhoenixFD *DROWNING* 3802 E BASELINE Units enroute to a reported drowning. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP245m]. 7:45p.m.
ICP-U/D:PNF *WILDLAND* per BC232 they have fire controlled at 1/4 acre, this was a lot owner doing ctl burn illegally in his yard that got away, USFS going avail CKFD E1 will handle TFC:PNF 168.175,CKFD 155.955[ICP324]. 7:48p.m.
ICP-U/D: PhoenixFD *DROWN* CMD E22 advises child is out of the water & crying. TFC: Ch8 153.770 [ICP245m]. 7:49p.m.
ICP: GlendaleFD 3-1 HSE NEXT TO 7539 W VILLA RITA E155 enroute report obvious W/F TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP242]. 9:33p.m.
ICP U/D: GlenFD 3-1-HSE E155 reports fire has vented through roof - will be a DEFENSIVE FIRE TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP242]. 9:35p.m.
ICP: GlendaleFD 1A-HSE NEXT TO 7539 W VILLA RITA CMD req a balance of a 1A TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP242]. 9:36p.m.
ICP:PrescottFD 1A Str 2285 W VISTA RIDGE RD, E71 ons w/ small fire under the front porch deck, have fire k/d s/c Invest ,Prev51 resp. Hold E71,E51,BC1 & Prev, cancel balance TFC:Ch2 154.340[ICP242,324]. 9:38p.m.
ICP: GlendaleFD 3-1 HSE 5014 N 81st DR E725 ONS with car next to house TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP242]. 9:52p.m.
ICP U/D: GlenFD 3-1-HSE E725 advising E725,E40 can handle - recall balance TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP242]. 9:54p.m.
ICP:Chino ValleyFD *Helo* HWY 89 & REED RD,E61 ons w/ male pt GSW to chest, Native 14 to transport to JCL TFC:Ch1 154.160[ICP324]. 11:16p.m.
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(covering incidents from the entire state of Arizona)
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time)
APSN: The Phoenix Regional Dispatch center has announced that the City of Scottsdale Fire Dept is now being dispatched through their center. The Scottsdale FD has been assigned the 600 number series in the valley wide automatic aid consortium. FREQ: Ch1 154.190 [APSN02w]. 10:39a.m.
APSN: SHOOTING Avondale PD/FD 105 N. LINKS Units on scene of a valid shooting. FREQ: 154.250, 460.2500 [APSN99,37]. 11:31a.m.
APSN *CORRECTION* AvondalePD GSW: Freq's are 155.670 (FD) and 460.450 (PD) [APSN99,37]. 11:33a.m.
APSN DROWNING GILBERT FD HIGLEY AND WILLIAMSFIELD Native Air enroute [APSN01]. 2:06p.m.
APSN: 2nd ALARM BRUSH FIRE Buckeye Valley FD 309th AVE & BASELINE. Evacs in progress with fire moving quickly. Moveups in progress. FREQ: B12 154.085 [APSN02m]. 3:52p.m.
APSN U/D BUCKEYE FD BRUSH: This is now a *3RD ALARM* brush assignment. FREQ:154.085 [APSN37,02]. 4:05p.m.
APSN: *3rd* ALARM BRUSH FIRE Buckeye Valley FD 309th AVE & BASELINE. Evacs in progress with fire moving quickly. Moveups in progress. FREQ: B12 154.085 [APSN02m]. 4:05p.m.
APSN: SERIOUS MVA RMFD East County SIGNAL BUTTE & ADOBE. E859 requesting E857 BC805 to scene & helo on stand by. At least 2 pts reported. FREQ: Ch5 154.400 [APSN02]. 4:42p.m.
APSN: MVA HELO REQUEST Heber Overgaard FD SR260 @ M.P.312. Native Air9 trans a Lev-1 pt to Scottsdale Osborn from a serious mva. FREQ: 154.220 [APSN02]. 5:21p.m.
APSN: 3-1 HOUSE FIRE W/F Glendale FD 6028 W CROCUS. Working fire. FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN02]. 5:23p.m.
APSN: 3-1 STRUCTURE FIRE W/F Phoenix FD 3230 E THOMAS RD. Working fire in the restaurant. Moveup from Scottsdale FD into Station 12. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02]. 5:30p.m.
APSN: *ALERT-2* Phoenix FD SKY HARBOR AIRPORT. Rwy26. 6min ETA. Unk problem. FREQ: Ch2 154.250 [APSN02]. 5:31p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxFD A2: CMD BC19 has downgraded this to an Alert-1 & recalling some off airport units. FREQ: Ch2 154.250 [APSN02]. 5:33p.m.
APSN: BALANCE 1st ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE W/F Phoenix FD 3230 E THOMAS RD. Working fire in the restaurant. CMD requesting add'l units. ScottsdaleFD also enroute on the 1st alarm as many other units tied up on other calls. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02]. 5:37p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxFD 1A W/F: CMD has sounded EMERGENCY TRAFFIC for ALL crews to evacuate the bldg going to DEFENSIVE mode. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02]. 5:45p.m.
APSN: MVA ROLLOVER HELO REQUEST Gila Bend Rescue I-8 @ M.P.87. Native Air6 enroute for a rollover. FREQ: B12 154.085 [APSN02m]. 6:55p.m.
APSN: *DROWNING* Phoenix FD ENROUTE ----> 3802 E BASELINE. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02m]. 7:46p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxFD Dr: CMD E23 advising child out of the water. Recall assignment. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02m]. 7:51p.m.
APSN: *DROWNING* Phoenix FD ENROUTE ----> 77 W COOLIDGE. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02m]. 8:12p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxFD Dr Baseline: CMD E23 advised R23 trans a 3 y/o male to County Hosp. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02m]. 8:14p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxFD Drown Coolidge: CMD LT9 advising pt was choking only. This is NOT a drowning or a near drowning. Recall other units. FREQ: Ch5 153.830[APSN02m]. 8:16p.m.
APSN: 1st ALARM HOUSE FIRE W/F Glendale FD 7601 W VILLA RITA. Working fire with crews DEFENSIVE. Fire is through the roof. FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN02]. 9:38p.m.
APSN: 1ST ALARM WORKING FIRE Glendale FD 7601 W VILLA RITA Units ons of a working fire, requesting the balance. FREQ:154.310 [APSN37]. 9:38p.m.
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STLFN - ST. LOUIS FIRENET -
Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
STLFN: EUREKA, MO. (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) EUREKA HAS A 1ST ALARM FOR A FIRE IN A BUILDING AT 141 S. CENTRAL. THEY HAVE AT LEAST 1 LINE OFF AND A BACKUP LAID. /STL819. 3:02a.m.
STLFN: EUREKA, MO. (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) U/D ON EUREKA FPD'S 1ST ALARM FOR A FIRE IN A BUILDING AT 141 S. CENTRAL. COMMAND REPORTS A SMALL FIRE IN THE CLEANERS THAT IS U/C. /STL819. 3:12a.m.
STLFN: Fairmont City(St Clair County) IL: Fairmont City FD has a trailer fire @5300 Collinsville RD lot 70. [STL555]. 1:20p.m.
STLFN: FAIRMONT CITY FD (ST.CLAIR CO.IL) U/D ON TRAILER FIRE @ 5300 COLLINSVILLE RD. LOT 70 FIREIS U/C S/C FOR RED CROSS, AND AMEREN IP TO RESPOND. (STL 835/555). 2:31pm.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A 1ST ALARM FOR A FIRE IN A HOUSE AT 5400 BEACON PUMPER 27 REPORTS A FIRE IN A FRAME HOUSE 1 LINE OFF. PUMPERS 27 12 33 24 26 HL 15 BC 806 AND 805 SQUAD 2 /STL819. 4:18p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S 1ST ALARM FOR A FIRE IN A HOUSE AT 5400 BEACON. BC 806 REPORTS A FIRE IN A 2 STORY BUILDING WITH 2 LINES OFF. ALL OCCUPANTS ARE ACCOUNTED FOR. /STL819. 4:21p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE AT 5400 BEACON. BC 806 REPORTS THE FIRE IS U/C. /STL819. 4:29p.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S HOUSE FIRE AT 5453 BEACON. BC 806 REPORTED THE CORRECT ADDRESS AND REQUESTED BOTH UTILITIES. /STL819. 4:42p.m.
STLFN: RICHMOND HEIGHTS, MO. (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) RICHMOND HEIGHTS FD IS WORKING A MULTIPLE VEHICLE MVA ON EB I 64 AT BELLEVIEW. A 2ND AMBULANCE HAS BEEN REQUESTED. PUMPER 2110 EMS 2117 AND 3217 AND OFFICER 2102. 2117 IS ENROUTE TO BARNES WITH A PREGNANT FEMALE IN TRAUMA. /STL819. 11:51p.m.
Incidents from CIFN - Central Illinois Fire Network
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
LOCAL: PEORIA IL.(PEORIA CO.)/ WORKING HOUSE FIRE/ LOWYZA & LINCOLN/ 4 ENGS. 2 TRKS. BATT CHIEF, INVESTIGATOR, AND RESCUE SQUAD O/S. CIFN*1(H/L CIFN*23). 12:07p.m.
Sean A. Aaron (CIFN*1) (Owner)
Incidents from KCFN
(Missouri & Kansas)
-compiled by Jamie Joyce
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
KANSAS CITY, MO: WORKING FIRE @ 28 E 68th STREET x MAIN. FIRE IN ATTIC OF A 2 STY FRM, 2 LINES OFF SO FAR. CAR106P30 P32 P37 T8 T11 T7 AIR1 INV213 [KCFN-02]. 4:51p.m.
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London Fire Brigade News round up…
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. Bulletins run from 08:00 hrs to 08:00hrs not midnight to midnight
Wednesday 22nd June 2005
E31 Forest Hill 4 Pump Grass Fire
Firefighters from Forest Hill were joined by colleagues from Lewisham and Beckenham when 6 acres of Heathland caught alight in 90 degree Temperatures on Wednesday. Crews used Hosereels and other pumps running water in relays as well as grass beaters to extinguish the fire. Many other Crews have been tied up fighting grass fires across al the outer Boroughs of London over the past two weeks since the heatwave began. The peak of calls so far this summer was Sunday 19th of June 2005 when LFB attended 1500 calls up 900 from the usual 600 per day.
Thursday 23rd June 2005
H42 Richmond 4 Pump Fire Cylinders reported 11:48hrs
Richmond Firefighters were called to a motor caravan alight that had spread to a small range of workshops in Sandycombe road Richmond, 4 Propane Cylinders exploded and thirty people were evacuated by LFB and Met Police Crews while the fire was being tackled, the fire was fought using one jet and two hosereels.
A21 Paddington 4 Pump Fire Aerial required 16:33hrs
Firefighters were called to a fire in a block of flats at Paveley Street in Maida Vale on Thursday Afternoon. They arrived to find the 6 roomed flat on the 5th floor heavily involved in fire. Pumps were made four and an Aerial Appliance used to assist crews access the flat. The fire was brought under control using a jet from the Dry Rising main and BA.
G56 Heathrow 4 Pump Special Service 18:05hrs
A major evacuation was sparked when two Tube (Subway) Trains were stuck in a tunnel at Hatton Cross Station near Heathrow Airport in sweltering Temperatures. Firefighters from Heathrow and Feltham were despatched along with Police and Ambulance crews to evacuate 350 people who were trapped inside the trains. The Passengers were walked along the tunnel to Hatton Cross Station where some were treated for heat exhaustion and dehydration.
G27 North Kensington 4 Pump Grass Fire 19:00hrs
Crews were called to Kensal Green Cemetery to a reported grass fire. Approximately 4 Hectares of Grass and Undergrowth were alight when G27 Crews arrived, Pumps were made four and an additional 2 Pumps from A21 Paddington were despatched to assist with a water relay. The fire was eventually extinguished using 2 jets and 4 hosereels.
A33 Tottenham 4 Pump Fire, Persons reported 00:23hrs
Firefighters from Tottenham arrived at a fire in a single storey 6 x 12m social club to find it well alight. Persons were reported as trapped within the structure but a search confirmed that all persons had left the Building after it had closed a while earlier. BA crews used one jet to extinguish the fire which damaged 60% of the Building
Friday 24th June 2005
A38 Mill Hill 4 Pump Fire 0752hrs
Crews from Mill Hill and Hendon were called to a fire in the roof of a terrace of Houses on Gervase Road in Edgware. They arrived to find fire involving parts of all floors and the roofs of the houses alight. Crews used three hosereels and ground ladders to tackle the fire which had been caused by a lightning strike.
F39 Hornchurch 4 Pump Fire
Later in the day, Fire Crews from Hornchurch were called to a fire in the roof of a house in Upminster on the Eastern edge of London. Crews arrived to find half of the loft extension and 20% of the first floor alight. Pumps were made four and additional pumps were sent from Dagenham and Wennington Fire Stations. BA crews used 2 Hosereels and BA to extinguish the blaze.
Saturday 25th June 2005
A37 Barnet 4 Pump Fire 23:39hrs
Firefighters from Barnet Finchley and Southgate were despatched upon receipt of multiple calls to a fire in a flat at Denham Court in Arkley, North London. When they arrived they found 75% of the 3rd floor flat well alight. The fire was brought under control by Crews in BA using two Hosereels.
H37 Wallington 6 Pump Fire Persons reported 03:13hrs
A routine call to a fire in a flat turned into a shocking tragedy for Crews in the early hours of Sunday Morning. A Fire broke out in a Maisonette on the second and third floors of Wentworth Court on Malden Road in Wallington. 4 Pumps were despatched on receipt of multiple calls and first arriving crews quickly made them up to 6 when it became apparent that not only was the whole of the Maisonette alight with persons trapped but people were trapped in Properties either side of the Fire Apartment. Crews battled through the flames to rescue a total of six adults and two children. However, a body of a small child was found in one of the bedrooms of the Maisonette and another child was pronounced DOA at Hospital. The Mother of the Children managed to escape suffering from burns just before the arrival of LFB Crews.
Sunday 26th June 2005
No Major Incidents were attended in this period
Monday 27th June 2005
F36 Walthamstow 3 Pump Fire 13:13hrs
Firefighters were called to an unoccupied house alight on West Avenue at lunchtime on Monday. The arrived to find 50% of the first floor and 75% of the roof of the two storey 5x5 meter property alight. Crews wearing BA and using ground ladders extinguished the fire using 2 jest and 2 hosereels.
E23 East Greenwich 4 Pump Fire 15:01hours
Firefighters from East Greenwich were called to a fire in a House on Mauritius road where 20% of the first floor of the two story house was alight. The job was made up and Crews from Greenwich and from across the River at Poplar made up the attendance. The fire was quickly contained and extinguished by Crews wearing BA using one Hosereel.
H29 Purley 4 Pump Fire
The Derelict Cane Hill Hospital in Purley has seen a number of large fires in recent years including a 15 Pump Fire and an 8 Pump Fire. A smaller drama unfolded at the site late on Monday evening when 200 square meters of logs stacked up from tree clearance around the site caught fire. A long dry hot spell had left them tinder dry and soon the whole pile was involved. Crews from Purley with Assistance from surrounding Stations used a water shuttle and two jest to dog through the fire and extinguish it throughout the night. Relief crews were called in until the fire was finally extinguished.
G25 Ealing 3 Pump Fire 00:19hrs
Crews were called to a public allotment (smallholdings) on Argyle Road where they found a number of gardener’s sheds and vegetation alight covering an area of 20 x 40m. 2 jets were used to tackle the fire.
Tuesday 28th June 2005
H24 Brixton 4 Pump Fire Cylinders Reported 11:21hrs
A fire broke out in an engineering workshop on Brixton Water Lane on Tuesday morning involving acetylene cutting equipment. Upon arrival of the Crews from Brixton a covering jet was set up and an exclusion zone implemented. Pumps were made four and additional crews from West Norwood attended to assist in the evacuation of 60 people from nearby properties. The small fire in the workshop was extinguished quickly but the exclusion zone remained in place for 24hours until the Acetylene has cooled naturally.
E27 Erith 12 Pump Fire, Cylinders reported Hoselayer Required 13:53
A Fire in an industrial unit in Norman road Erith turned into the third major fire for Erith in the past few weeks. Crews found a range of workshops covering an area of 100x 25m alight along with 2 hectares of scrubland and Riverbank. 2 Acetylene, 2 oxygen cylinders were involved along with two drums of paint thinners and several hundred aerosol cans. 80 Firefighters and Officers on 12 Pumps, 2 Rescue Units, 2 Command Units a Hoselayer and BA Major incident unit attended along with the Fireboat. The fire was brought under control using 2 Ground Monitors, 4 Jets and a Fireboat Monitor. Further crews attended the fire in relief’s throughout the night until the incident was closed Wednesday afternoon.
E36 Deptford 4 Pump Fire Persons Reported 17:14hrs
Firefighters from Deptford were called to a fire in a six storey apartment. Upon their arrival they found that 20% of the flat was alight and two children were reported as missing. A Quick attack and search by BA Crews found that the children had escaped the fire and were discovered safe nearby although shocked. The fire was extinguished using a Hosereel.
E25 Plumstead 4 Pump Fire Persons Reported 21:01hrs
While relief crews were attending the fire at Erith, another fire broke out in Congleton Grove in nearby Plumstead. Crews from Plumstead arrived in a few minutes to discover that 9 Children and adult and a baby were trapped in the fire. Pumps were made up to 4 and Appliances from Woolwich and East Greenwich also attended. The 11 Casualties were rescued by Firefighters from a Ground ladder. The fire was then tackled by BA crews using a Hosereel. Those rescued were treated on the scene by LAS Paramedics.
A21 Paddington Persons Reported Fire 22:41hrs
London Fire Crews were again called in to rescue member of the Public when a fire broke out in Randolph Gardens in Maida Vale. Crews from Paddington Rescued a man from the first floor of the flat by a ground ladder when he became trapped by a fire in his Maisonette. BA Crews extinguished the fire using one Hosereel.
F44 East Ham 4 Pump Fire 01:50hrs
Firefighters from East Ham and Plaistow were called to a Bank in High Street East Ham to a fire in the roof. They arrived to find 75% of the roof of the single storey 5 x 15m Building alight. Pumps were made up to four and Crews from Stratford also attended bringing the fire under control using 2 Hosereels and BA.
G39 Feltham Persons reported Fire 06:32hrs
As the busy night drew to a close, Fire Crews from Feltham were mobilised to a fire in a house in Wellington Road Hounslow. A small fire on the first floor of the house trapped a family in the House, Crews rescued one adult and one child by ladder and extinguished the fire using a Hosereel and BA. In total, two adults and three children were removed to Hospital by LAS Paramedics suffering from Smoke inhalation.
The diversity of Firefighting in a major city is highlighted here by the fact that no major incidents occurred on Sunday but 48 Hours later London’s Firefighters fought a number of large Incidents. Added to that above was the fact that major Thunderstorms lashed North and North East London during the Evening causing LFB Control to initiate ‘Batch Mobilising’ where individual Pumps are given lists of flood calls to attend when call volume threatens to overwhelm resources. As well as the larger incidents, Pump from most Stations North of the Thames spent a large part of the evening running from one storm related call to the other. The call rate during the evening was four times the usual peak rate. Crews from Essex and Hertfordshire Fire Brigades were drafted in to North East London to assist LFB crews in dealing with the incidents.
LOS ANGELES, CA:
GREATER ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE:
On Tuesday, June 28, 2005 at 02:24 AM PDT, twelve Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, four LAFD Rescue Ambulances, two EMS District Captains and three Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams under the direction of Los Angeles Fire Department Assistant Chief Douglas Barry responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 3209 West 73rd Street in Southwest Los Angeles. Firefighters arrived quickly to discover heavy fire in the attic of a 4,660 square-foot two-story eight-unit garden style apartment building. Firefighters mounted a tenacious attack on the fire from within the structure, confining the bulk of the flames to the common attic with fire extension into the four upper floor units. Firefighters extinguished the flames in just 45 minutes and no injuries were reported. Properly functioning Smoke Alarms are credited with alerting residents and allowing them to escape unscathed. Though swift and conscientious salvage efforts by Firefighters spared significant damage, four of the uninvolved apartments sustained the collateral effects of smoke and water, making them at least temporarily untenable. The American Red Cross is providing placement assistance to a total of nine adults and six children. Loss to the 57 year-old wood-frame structure and contents is estimated at $900,000. The cause of this early morning blaze remains under active investigation.
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REPORT PREPARED BY :
Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD - E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA
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LOS ANGELES, CA:
MULTI-PATIENT TRAFFIC COLLISION:
On Tuesday, June 28, 2005, at 1324 hours (1:24 p.m. PDT), three companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Battalion Chief Officer Command Team, one EMS Battalion Captain, and five LAFD Rescue Ambulances, under the direction of Battalion Commander Craig Fry, responded to a Multi-Patient Traffic Collision on the NB 101 Freeway at Lankershim Boulevard in the Cahuenga Pass area. First units on the scene reported a three-vehicular collision on the freeway with two of the vehicles remaining on the freeway and the other, a mini-van, off the freeway and down the embankment onto the Lankershim Boulevard off-ramp. Firefighters were able to ascertain that the mini-van rolled down the embankment off the freeway after being involved in the accident. Firefighters quickly triaged the seven victims from the mini-van, which included four adults and three children. From the van a seventeen-year-old female was ejected and suffered serious/critical injuries and a forty eight year old male suffered a severely crushed hand and was listed in serious condition. The other five victims in the van suffered minor neck and back injuries. Only the drivers were in the other two cars on the freeway, one of which suffered minor injuries. All eight of the victims were transported to area hospitals including Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, Sherman Oaks Community, and Glendale Memorial. The accident is being investigated by the California Highway Patrol and the Los Angeles Police Department.
REPORT PREPARED BY :
James "Jim" R. Wells
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD-E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA
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Houston TX area
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 17:54:57 -0000
rosenberg, fully involved structure fire 1300 4th street - mutual aid:richmond fd
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 22:41:43 -0000
Klein: 2-11 Fire 17400 Vintage Wood Ln. - Reported 2 Houses on fire
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 23:13:43 -0000
From: "Ethan Grossman"
Re: Klein: 2-11 Fire 17400 Vintage Wood Ln. - This fire was possibly caused by fireworks. A large stretch of ground was scorched and the fire did spread to atleast one residence.
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Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2005-6-28
National Police and Fire Incidents
0010hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3432 S LOOP 12 - DALLAS, TX
0013hrs - UNKNOWN TYPE FIRE - LINCOLN HWY & ROUTE 41 - SALISBURY, PA
0018hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE CONFIRMED - 6551 GULF GATE PL - SARASOTA, FL
0045hrs - BUILDING FIRE - HOLMAN - HOUSTON, TX
0121hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - EASTWOOD ST - HOUSTON, TX
0122hrs - FIRE - WB 47TH AV ONR TO SB SR99 - SOUTH SACRAMENTO, CA
0132hrs - FIRES - 2700 BLK PONDEROSA DR - CAMARILLO, CA
0200hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 7103 ROTHLAND - DALLAS, TX
0203hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GRAY FALLS DR - HOUSTON, TX
0230hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1155 W MOUND ST - COLUMBUS, OH
0246hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - OLD LAZARUS WHSE-WEST WHITTIER ST - COLUMBUS, OH
0320hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - BRADY BV / ZARZAMORA ST S - SAN ANTONIO, TX
0530hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2601 FRANKFORD - DALLAS, TX
0727hrs - FIRE - 7075 NW 186 ST/404 - MIAMI, FL
0727hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - TRABUE/WILSON - COLUMBUS, OH
0738hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - CHAMP BLVD & DEAD END - EAST HEMPFIELD, PA
0742hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - MAYSVILLE PIKE - NEWTON., OH
0754hrs - FIRES - 11000 BLK CITRUS DR - VENTURA, CA
0833hrs - BUILDING FIRE - W 34TH ST - HOUSTON, TX
0907hrs - BUILDING FIRE - PORTWEST DR - HOUSTON, TX
0957hrs - BUILDING FIRE - OLD SPANISH TRL - HOUSTON, TX
1009hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - PORTAL DR - HOUSTON, TX
1029hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - JEWELLA - SHREVEPORT, LA
1033hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5314 2ND - DALLAS, TX
1053hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 7500 PARK - DALLAS, TX
1109hrs - BUILDING FIRE - TOWNWOOD DR - HOUSTON, TX
1144hrs - FIRES - 1200 BLK WINFORD AV - VENTURA, CA
1150hrs - FIRES - 900 BLK NEWBURY RD - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
1154hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ROSEHAVEN DR - HOUSTON, TX
1201hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MEADOW PARK DR - HOUSTON, TX
1222hrs - FIRES - 900 BLK PASEO CAMARILLO - CAMARILLO, CA
1224hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - BELLAIRE BLVD - HOUSTON, TX
1242hrs - BUILDING FIRE - SILSBEE - HOUSTON, TX
1248hrs - FIRES - 3700 BLK NYELAND AV - NYELAND ACRES, CA
1304hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - SPRINGROCK LN - HOUSTON, TX
1333hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - CATHERINE - SHREVEPORT, LA
1349hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 9221 ROOSEVELT WAY NE - SEATTLE, WA
1406hrs - FIRES - 100 BLK TENNYSON ST - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
1419hrs - BUILDING FIRE - PARKER RD - HOUSTON, TX
1430hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2839 BURGER - DALLAS, TX
1520hrs - FIRES - 2100 BLK E THOUSAND OAKS BL - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
1533hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - WALTER - SHREVEPORT, LA
1535hrs - FIRES - BLK TAPO CANYON RD / GUARDIAN AV - SIMI VALLEY, CA
1543hrs - BUILDING FIRE - POST OAK BLVD - HOUSTON, TX
1544hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - W MONTGOMERY RD - HOUSTON, TX
1558hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - SB I710 AT E DEL AMO BLVD - SOUTH LOS ANGELES, CA
1642hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE UNCONFIRMED - 5869 JACKSON LN - SARASOTA, FL
1643hrs - FIRES - BLK N MOORPARK RD / E JANSS RD - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
1703hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - BARTON - SHREVEPORT, LA
1703hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - FULLERTON - SHREVEPORT, LA
1717hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK W COLUMBIA RD - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
1728hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - LAS PULGAS RD AT NB I5 - BORDER COMM CENTER, CA
1739hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - LOST HILLS RD AT EB US101 - SOUTHERN DIVISION, CA
1838hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - BRANDON ST - HOUSTON, TX
1914hrs - FIRES - BLK S REINO RD / KIMBER DR - NEWBURY PK, CA
1924hrs - FIRES - BLK CAMINO REAL PARK @4200 DEAN DR - VENTURA, CA
1942hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - HIGHLAND - SHREVEPORT, LA
1951hrs - FIRES - BLK E TELEGRAPH RD / CENTER ST - PIRU, CA
2047hrs - FIRES - BLK CREEK RD / SADDLE LN - OJAI, CA
2107hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - 75TH - SHREVEPORT, LA
2111hrs - FIRE-BUILDING - 2994 NW 191 TE - MIAMI, FL
2116hrs - BUILDING FIRE - POST OAK BLVD - HOUSTON, TX
2137hrs - FIRES - 2400 BLK BALBOA ST - EL RIO, CA
2146hrs - BUILDING FIRE - BEVLYN DR - HOUSTON, TX
2257hrs - BUILDING FIRE - W SAM HOUSTON PKWY N - HOUSTON, TX
2306hrs - FIRES - BLK SAN YSIDRO ST / LAS POSAS RD - CAMARILLO, CA
2313hrs - FIRE - SB SR99 AT CHEROKEE RD - STOCKTON, CA
2337hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - GLORIA - SHREVEPORT, LA
2350hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4609 HARTFORD - DALLAS, TX
FF Life Saved, FF Heat Stress and StandDown followup (The Secret list)
A Memphis firefighter is recovering from possible heat exhaustion after collapsing while fighting an apartment fire earlier this week. The firefighter is reported to have been in respiratory arrest for a time, was revived and then taken to Methodist South Hospital, where she was later listed in stable condition. Some reports are that the heat and humidity-along with the job related work contributed to the problem.
This time of year especially is rough on us when operating in the hot and humid weather. This is a good reminder to make sure all FD's are prepared to deal with firefighters and the predictable hot weather. Issues such as additional staffing called sooner and quicker, cooling, rehab and related issues come to mind. We recently posted a pretty cool Powerpoint download and article called: "Firefighter Heat Stress & Rehabilitation" on our Firefighter Safety and Survival Downloads page. Check it out: http://www.firefighterclosecalls.com/downloads.php
Scroll down on that page and you'll see it and lots of other good stuff on that page as well.
Also, last week, most of you or your FD's participated in the National Firefighter Safety Stand Down. The IAFC wants to measure the level and type of participation in the stand down... regardless of whether you or your department participated, so please take a few seconds to answer the following questions. Go to the below the link below to take this short survey.
http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=U23R7VWVWLZ9 or go to www.IAFC.org
A final quick note... anyone can easily be added to The Secret List... just go to: http://www.firefighterclosecalls.com/secret.php
No need to write me on that, unless you are really lonely. Also, if you do write, and it takes a little while to get back to you-it ain't personal... at least not always. But it is summertime we LOVE summertime... which means we move a little slower... sometimes.
Take Care-BE CAREFUL.
The Secret List 6-28-05
*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*
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On June 28th:
1999 - North Adams - MA - 2nd Alarm - 158 North St - Homeowner struck by lightning - FF overcome and treated - Lightning Strike - Fire floor 2 bathroom & attic Heavy damage
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