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    Post World Of Fire Report: 07-07-05

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    National Incidents

    Thursday, July 07, 2005

    (Central Time Zone)

    PASSAIC NJ (PASSAIC) *2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL* 114 AUTOMN @ LEXINGTON. FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR AND IN THE BASEMENT OF A APT BLDG EAN840* [EAN]. 1:20a.m.

    PASSAIC NJ, (PASSAIC) **2ND ALARM** 114 AUTUMN ST NEAR LEXINGTON AVE. FIRE IN A 2.5STY FRAME. 1 LINE WORKING. DWH. 1STR301 [1STR]. 1:22a.m.

    CFP INTERNATIONAL (1) LONDON, ENGLAND ****MULTI EXPLOSIONS**** IN THE "TUBE" SUBWAY SYSTEM NR THE LIVERPOOL STN. ENTIRE SUBWAY NETWORK SHUTDOWN. SEVERAL MORE "INCIDENTS" HAVE OCCURRED AT OTHER LOCATIONS ON THE SUBWAY. RPT'S OF MULTI WALKING WOUNDED W/AT LEAST 1 POSSIBLE FATAL. PD RPT'S CAUSE FROM "POWER SURGES", OTHER RPT'S COMING IN AS SEV'L POSSIBLE "BOMBS". U/K AT THIS TIME AS TO EXACT CAUSE. THIS INCIDENT OCCURS 1 DAY AFTER LONDON GETS THE 2012 OLYMPICS [CFP*803]. 4:42a.m.

    DOVER, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** OLD ROUTE 22. COMMAD REQUEST A 2ND ALARM, BOTH TANKERS FROM PAWLING AND WASSIAC NOW TO THE SCENE ALONG WITH 1 ADD TANKER FROM GAYLORDSVILLE (LITCHFIELD CT)TO THE SCENE AND 2 ADD ENGINES FROM UNOINVALE AND PAWLING FOR COVER 1STR51 [1STR]. 4:48a.m.

    U/D DOVER, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** OLD ROUTE 22 J&J LUMBER COMPANY. COMMAND (36-1) REPORTS HAS HEAVY FIRE IN 200X50 METAL BUILDING, FIRE IS LOCATED IN A SAWDUST PIT HAS 4 LINES S/O TANKER SHUTTLE UNDERWAY, FIRE D/W/H/ 1STR51 [1STR]. 5:39a.m.

    2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL SHELTON, CT 151 CENTER STREET. FIRE IN A RESIDENTIAL OVER COMMERCIAL. (CWP) [TAC9-C101]. 6:35a.m.

    U/D DOVER, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** OLD ROUTE 22. COMMAND (36-1) REPORTS ALL FIRE HAD BEEN K/D RETURNING M/A P/W/H/ 1STR51 [1STR]. 7:22a.m.

    2ND ALARM NEW BEDFROD MA 143 REYONLDS ST FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME EXTENDING TO EXPOURSES CO'S REPOTING HVY FIRE SHOWING DWH *471.0375* C304/C105/C90 [TAC9-C319]. 8:17a.m.

    ROCKDALE CO GA: LODD It is with deep regret that the Chief of Department announces the death of FAO Thomas A. Hurlbert of Engine Company 3, A - Shift who lost his life in the line of duty while participating in Emergency Operations during remnants of TS- "Cindy" July 7, 2005. . No other details so far. B/O Henry W. Argo - Fire Chief - Rockdale Co - HNAN DEWms. 8:33a.m.

    U/D 2ND ALARM NEW BEDFROD MA 143 REYONLDS ST FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME HVY FIRE NOW INTO THE ATTIC ALL CO'S ORDERED OUT OF THE BUILDING DWH C353 *471.0375* [TAC9-C319]. 8:59a.m.

    WILLINGBORO, NJ (BURLINGTON) **2ND ALARM** 38 HEWITT LANE. FIRE IN A 2-STORY SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING. HEAVY FIRE ON ARRIVAL. FIRE IS DWH. ALL CO'S GOING TO WORK*. 1STR176 * 1STRT18 [1STR]. 9:17a.m.

    CONCORD (JACKSON)MICHIGAN :**2nd ALARM EQUIV** 1221 ALBION ROAD FULLY INVOLVED STRUCTURE FIRE. PARMA AND SUMMIT TOWNSHIPS REQUESTED FOR MUTUAL AID. ALL CALL FOR PERSONELL. (FNNM-69) (c). 10:56a.m.

    2ND ALARM ARLINGTON, MA. BOX 2892 107 SPY POND PARKWAY-DWELLING FIRE. *460.600* C975 [TAC9-C461]. 11:29a.m.

    2ND ALARM LINCOLN MA 191 WESTON RD HEAVY FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL *154.145* C383/C257 [TAC9-C135]. 1:56p.m.

    U/D 2ND ALARM LINCOLN MA 191 WESTON RD FIRE ON FLOOR 2 OF A DWELLING COMPANIES OPENING THE ROOF INTERIOR ATTACK IN PROGRESS M/A TO WORK AND COVER *154.145* C383/C257 [TAC9-C135]. 2:12p.m.

    MAHOPAC FALLS, NY (PUTNAM) **2ND ALARM** 101 ARCHER RD. HEAVY FIRE IN THE BASEMENT WITH EXTENSION TO THE 1ST FLOOR OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. ADDITIONAL M/A TO THE SCENE. DWH. 1STR465 [1STR]. 2:53p.m.

    POTTSVILLE, PA (SCHUYLKILL) **2ND ALARM** ON N. 2ND ST. FULLY INVOLVED C-SIDE OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. DWH. 1STR331 1STR465 [1STR]. 7:03p.m.

    ST.CHARLES Co.,MO: *2nd ALARM* BARN FIRE @ 199 SILVER SPOON DR IN AREA OF HWY 79 & HWY C. NO FURTHER INFO [STL899] [STLFN]. 7:21p.m.

    GREENDALE, IND: MULTI ALM (10+) WHSE FIRE @ ALTERNATIVE PLASTICS WAREHOUSE ON BROWN ST. ONGOING FROM 1300EDT. MULTI M/A FROM OHIO & KENTUCKY FDS FOR MANPOWER. STILL DWH. FPO/603/D703 (C). 10:05p.m.

    BELMAR,NJ (MONMOUTH) *2ND ALARM EQIV* 106 16th AVE. PD O/S RPT'ING 3 PRIVATE DWELLINGS FULLY INVOLVED. AVON AND WEST BELMAR,NJ (MONMOUTH) FD'S TO THE SCENE. EAN100 O/S. EAN90 [EAN]. 10:43p.m.

    U/D BELMAR,NJ (MONMOUTH) *2ND ALARM EQIV* 106 16th AVE. CMD RPT'S HE HAS 2 PD'S F/I & 2 EXPOSURE PD'S STARTING TO GO. AVON FD FOR FULL RESPONSE & WEST BELMAR FD FOR FAST TRK. EAN100 IS CMD. EAN90 [EAN]. 10:45p.m.

    U/D BELMAR,NJ (MONMOUTH) *3RD ALARM EQIV* 106 16th AVE. CMD RPT'S HE HAS 1 2.5 STY WDFRM F/I & 1 3 STY WDFRM F/I. MEMBERS ARE IN PROCESS OF PROTECTING THE EXPOSURES. M/A FROM AVON, WEST BELMAR, & GLENDOLA FD'S TO THE SCENE. EAN100 IS CMD. EAN27/EAN90 [EAN]. 10:57p.m.

    GENOA KINGTON FPD, IL (DEKALB CTY): A 2ND ALARM ON BOX #661 @122 N EMMET. REPORTED AS THE OLD LUMBER FACTORY. SYCM, HAMP, GTA RSQ,MRGO, KIRK M/A. MRGO, HAMP, BURL C/Q. [CHGO06/274/426/IL509] (C). 11:17p.m.

    BELMAR, NJ (MONMOUTH) **2ND ALARM** 16TH AVE AT OCEAN AVE. 2 FULLY INVOLVED DWELLINGS. MULTIPLE M/A O/S. FIRE IS DWH. 1STR109 [1STR]. 11:36p.m.


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    00:01. YOUNGSTOWN FD. (OFN DISTRICT 4) WSF. 954 BRENTWOOD. B2 O/S REPORTING A W/F. NEXT CO CATCH A HYDRANT. E2,15,9,S33,L24,22,B1,2.. OPS:154.370. OFN002 (C)

    14:04. WILLOUGHBY FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 3) TECHNICAL RESCUE. DANIEL PARK. 1 KID IN WATER, 1 BYSTANDER INJURED.. OPS:800 MHZ. OFN465 (C)

    19:28. COLUMBUS. (OFN DISTRICT 8) GAS LEAK. 555 HARLAND DR. E22,14,2;L22,2;M14;R2;B4. OPS:BN4 FG. OFN202 (C)

    23:00. YOUNGSTOWN FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 4) WSF. 800 BLK BERKLEY ROAD. ENGS 7 12 6 TRK 22 SQUAD 33 BN 1 2. 2 STY SFD **WORKING FIRE**. OPS:154.370. OFN004 (C)


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    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    YOUNGSTOWN, OH. W/F. 954 BRENTWOOD. B2 O/S W/ A W/F IN AN OCC RES. ALL OCC ARE OUT. NEXT CO CATCHING HYDRANT. FPO/D724 (C). 12:08a.m.

    COLUMBUS FIRE: W/F: 1661 MINNESOTA: ENG16 HAS FIRE IN THE ATTIC ON A 1STY SFD. ENGS 16 18 132 TRKS 24 13 RES 16 MED 18 BN 3 131. NO RIC. QUICK KNOCK, HOLDING 2+1. *BN3FG* FPO/D260(c). 5:05a.m.

    WILLOUGHBY FIRE & RESCUE (LAKE CO) **PERSONS MISSING ON THE CHAGRIN RIVER** INCLUDING A BABY REPORTED SUBMERGED IN THE CITY OPS LAKE CO 800 WILLOUGHBY CHIEF 1400 W/ STATIONS 1 & 2 (FPO D.249C). 2:17p.m.

    WILLOUGHBY FIRE & RESCUE (LAKE CO) **WATER RESCUE AT DANIEL'S PARK ALONG SR 84** REPORTS OF CHILDREN IN THE WATER INCLUDING AN INFANT (CHAGRIN RIVER) OPS WILLOUGHBY FD/PD CHIEF 1400 IS COMMAND (FPO D.249C). 2:22p.m.

    Cleveland W/F @ 16504 Meadowvale Ave / B-5 has a 2 stry frm occupied house / Hvy smoke showing. Box: Engs 6,36, L-36,Squad 1 & B-5. Eng 11 worker / L-11 Rit. 2 Lines (FP0/D700). 3:17p.m.

    WILLOUGHBY FIRE (LAKE CO) **DANIEL'S PARK NEAR DROWNING** A FAMILY OF 3 WERE ALL SUCKED INTO A LOW HEAD DAM WHIRLPOOL "MANKILLER" ON THE CHAGRIN RIVER. FATHER ATTEMPTED TO RESCUE HIS SON AND BECAME A VICTIM HIMSELF (MORE) (FPO D.249C). 3:51p.m.

    WILLOUGHBY FIRE **NEAR DROWNING** FAMILY OF 3 ALL RESCUED FROM THE RIVER BY CIVILIANS PRIOR TO FD ARRIVAL. TRANSPORTED TO LAKE WEST ED AS PRECAUTION. ALL CO'S NOW IN SERVICE HELP FROM WKYC-3 (FPO D.249C). 3:58p.m.

    Lodi (Medina Cnty) W/F @ 9460 Kennard Rd / House Fire. M/A Spencer & Chatham for Engs & Squads. 1 Burn Patient removed (FP0/D700). 5:25p.m.

    GLENDALE, IND: MULTI ALM (10+) WHSE FIRE @ ALTERNATIVE PLASTICS WAREHOUSE ON BROWN ST. ONGOING FROM 1300 EDT. MULTI M /A FROM OHIO & KENTUCKY FDS FOR MANPOWER. STILL DWH. FPO/603/D703 (C). 11:12p.m.


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    MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR F. D. N. Y.

    THURSDAY, JULY 07, 2005

    ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

    @ 05:13
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1053 aof 1131 NOSTRAND AVE X RUTLAND RD, FIRE ON 3RD FLR REAR OF A 3 STY 30 X 60 OMD, L-123 FAST TK, BN-41 I/C . Mns154

    @ 14:07
    BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 1747 aof 563 VAN SICKLEN AVE nr DUMONT AVE. FIRE IN A 2 STY PVT DWLG - L-120 FAST TK, BN-44 I/C * MNS-106/IAP

    @ 14:10
    BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 1747 aof 563 VAN SICKLEN AVE nr DUMONT AVE. BATT-44 RPTS HE'LL USE 1-ENG & 2-TRKS FOR FOOD ON THE STOVE IN A PVT DWLG. RETURN "ALL" OTHER UNITS * MNS-106/IAP

    @ 15:11
    BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 2559 aof 1416 60 ST nr 15 AVE. FIRE IN A PVT DWLG. L-172 FAST TK, BN-40 I/C * MNS-106/IAP

    @ 15:14
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2559 aof 1416 60 ST nr 15 AVE. FIRE IN A 2 STY 25 X 50 PVT DWLG. ADDT'L TRK S/C (L-168) 2 - LINES RUN. D-W-H * MNS-154/106

    @ 15:29
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2559 aof 1416 60 ST nr 15 AVE. 2 STY 25 X 50 WD/FRM DWLG. DIV-8 RPTS; PRI / SCH THRU OUT NEGATIVE. ALL VISIBLE FIRE EXTINGUISHED. P-W-H * MNS-154/106

    @ 15:34
    BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* BOX 1686 aof 315 SUTTER AVE. FIRE REPORTED IN A 22 STY 100 X 200 OMD. L-111 FAST TK BN-44 I/C * MNS-106/IAP

    @ 15:35
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1686 aof 315 SUTTER AVE nr OSBORN ST. A 22 STY 100 X 200 OMD. BATT-44 RPTS; FIRE 12TH FLR. 2 - LINES RUN. L-111 FAST TK. D-W-H * MNS-106/IAP

    @ 15:42
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1686 aof 315 SUTTER AVE nr OSBORN ST. 22 STY 100 X 200 OMD. FIRE 12TH FLR. BATT-44 RPTS; ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D. PRI / SCH FIRE FLR AND ABOVE NEGATIVE. P-W-H * MNS-106/IAP

    @ 17:25
    QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-4038 Aof 983 SENECA AVE X CENTRE / GEORGE STS. BN-28 HAD FIRE 2ND FL IN A 3 BK 20 X 40 OMD. FIRE IS K/D & PWH. RREQ FIRE MARSHALS FOR HEAVY VOLUME OF FIRE ON ARRIVAL. L-176 FAST TK. [MNS342 IAP]

    @ 18:26
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3605 207 BRIGHTPN BEACH AVE X BRIGHTON 1ST ST, FIRE IN A 2 STY PD 30 X 50, EXT ENG & TRK S/C [ E-276 & L-166 ] S/C. Mns154

    @ 18:45
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3605 AOF 207 BRIGHTON BEACH AVE X BRIGHTON 1ST. ST. FIRE UNDER A STAGE IN A CATERING HALL, 2 STY COMM. 2 - LINES STCH, ALL SCH'S NEG, EXTENDED OVERHAUL, S/C ( 2 ) EXTRA TKS. [ L-156 & TL-172 ] P/W/H DIV-8 I/C

    @ 17:34
    QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5776 AOF 131-11 234 ST X 131 AVE, FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING, DWH

    @ 17:39
    QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5776 AOF 131-11 234 ST X 131 AVE, FIRE 1ST FLR OF A 2 STY BK P/D, A/H & P/W/H


    MNS PAGED REPORTS FROM METRO N. Y. & VICINITY:

    @ 01:34
    BAY SHORE, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO.) W/F 65 REDMAN C/S REDDINGTON. CHIEF ON SCENE REPORTS WORKING BASEMENT FIRE. M/A ISLIP FOR FAST TEAM. MNS 343

    @ 17:25
    COMMACK, N.Y. ( SUFFOLK CO.) SERIOUS MVA, MEDAVAC REQUESTED, VETS HWY X HARNET RD. CFD O/S N.F.I. MNS 197/74

    @ 17:31
    RONKONKOMA, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO.) **HEAVY RESCUE** MVA / PIN HAWKINS RD I.V.O. THE L.I.E. OVER PASS. CHIEF O/S REQUESTING THE TOOL, MNS 197/74


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    (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).

    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    W/F BREWSTER, MA (CAPE COD) AREA OF 17 CRANBERRY LANE FIRE IN A 2 STY WD FRM DWELLING M/A TO WORK/COVER *800* [TAC9-C116]. 2:29a.m.

    2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL SHELTON, CT 151 CENTER STREET. FIRE IN A RESIDENTIAL OVER COMMERCIAL. (CWP) [TAC9-C101]. 7:35a.m.

    W/F NEW BEDFORD MA 143 REYNOLDS AVE OIC REORTING SEVERAL BUILDINGS ON FIRE *470.5125* C105 [TAC9-C90]. 9:10a.m.

    U/D W/F NEW BEDFROD MA 106 REYNOLDS ST FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME HVY FIRE SHOWING EXP PROBLEMS ADD'L ENG TO THE SCENE DWH *471.0375* C304/C105/C90 [TAC9-C319]. 9:10a.m.

    W/F NEW BEDFROD MA 106 RURAL ST FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME HVY FIRE SHOWING EXP PROBLEMS ADD'L ENG TO THE SCENE DWH *471.0375* C304 [TAC9-C319]. 9:10a.m.

    2ND ALARM NEW BEDFROD MA 143 REYONLDS ST FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME EXTENDING TO EXPOURSES CO'S REPOTING HVY FIRE SHOWING DWH *471.0375* C304/C105/C90 [TAC9-C319]. 9:17a.m.

    U/D 2ND ALARM NEW BEDFROD MA 143 REYONLDS ST FIRE IN A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME HVY FIRE NOW INTO THE ATTIC ALL CO'S ORDERED OUT OF THE BUILDING DWH C353 *471.0375* [TAC9-C319]. 9:59a.m..

    TRAIN INCIDENT BOSTON MA BOX 33-1534 330 BOYLSTON ST. "ARLINGTON MBTA STATION." 2 GREEN LINE TRAINS COLLIDED INSIDE THE TUNNEL. 1 TRAIN DERAILED. (1) 1045 C3 ON SCENE. ALL PASSENGERS EVACUATED. *483.1875* C725 [TAC9-C257]. 9:59a.m.

    MVA HINSDALE, NH ON BRATTLEBORO ROAD (ROUTE 119) A ROLLOVER WITH 4 10-45 UNKNOWN CODES ENTRAPPED M/A RESCUE & SQUAD FROM BRATTLEBORO WITH THE JAWS REQUESTED. *154.430* C33 [TAC9-C101]. 10:42a.m.

    LEVEL 2 HAZ MAT BOSTON MA 85 TURTLE POND PARKWAY (WEST ROXBURY). A CHLORINE LEAK FROM A 50 GALLON TANK AT A SWIMMING POOL. STATE PD ALSO ON SCENE. *483.2125/800 TRUNK* [TAC9-C257]. 12:17p.m.

    2ND ALARM ARLINGTON, MA. BOX 2892 107 SPY POND PARKWAY-DWELLING FIRE. *460.600* C975 [TAC9-C461]. 12:29p.m.

    MVA WATERBURY, CT. 3452 EAST MAIN STREET-ACCIDENT INVOLVES A DUMP TRUCK-JAWS IN USE-(3) TRAPPED, (2) UNRESPONSIVE. CT21 [TAC9-C461]. 12:29p.m.

    LEVEL 3 HAZMAT BOSTON, MA. 85 TURTLE POND PARKWAY (ROXBURY)-A CHLORINE LEAK FROM A 50 GALLON TANK AT A SWIMMING POOL. *483.2125* C231/C257 [TAC9-C461]. 12:39p.m.

    U/D LEVEL 3 HAZ-MAT BOSTON MA 85 TURTLE POND PKWY. CAR 10 REPORTS A 10 GAL LEAK FROM A 1000 GAL TANK OF 12% CHLORINE. AWAITING CREW TO EMPTY THE TANK. *483.2125* C231/C461 [TAC9-C257]. 1:09p.m.

    MVA COLCHESTER CT ON RTE 2 WB AT EXIT 22. A TRACTOR TRAILER UNIT ROLLOVER WITH ENTRAPMENT. EXTENDED EXTRICATION IN PROGRESS. S/C 2 ADD'L HVY RESCUES AND 2 HVY DUTY WRECKERS. LIFESTAR ENROUTE. L/Z AT THE SCENE. *33.9* C09 [TAC9-C257]. 2:01p.m.

    U/D MVA COLCHESTER CT ON ROUTE 2 WESTBOUND AT EXIT 22. EXTENDED EXTRICATION COMPLETE. (1) 1045 C2+ TRANSPORTED BY LIFESTAR. LEBANON FD ALSO ON SCENE. M/A TO COVER. *33.900* C09/CT2587 [TAC9-C257]. 2:24p.m.

    2ND ALARM LINCOLN MA 191 WESTON RD HEAVY FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL *154.145* C383/C257 [TAC9-C135]. 2:56p.m.

    U/D 2ND ALARM LINCOLN MA 191 WESTON RD FIRE ON FLOOR 2 OF A DWELLING COMPANIES OPENING THE ROOF INTERIOR ATTACK IN PROGRESS M/A TO WORK AND COVER *154.145* C383/C257 [TAC9-C135]. 3:12p.m.

    MVA ALTON NH ROUTE 28 SOUTH WITH ENTRAPMENT REQUEST 2ND SET OF JAWS FROM NEW DURHAM AND ADDITIONAL ALS AND MANPOWER TO THE SCENE *159.90* C101 [TAC9-C135]. 4:35p.m.

    WATER INCIDENT CASCO,ME AT POINT SEBAGO CAMPGROUND ON RTE.302 TUBING ACCIDENT POSSIBLE SERIOUS C-SPINE INJURY FD/EMS RESPONDING VIA BOAT *154.415* C101 [TAC9-C520]. 7:02p.m.

    W/F REVERE, MA. BOX 43 899 WINTHROP AVENUE. ENGINE 3 REPORTS SMOKE SHOWING FROM THE TOP FLOOR OF AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE, M/A REQUESTED. *154.325* C158/C135/C520 [TAC9-C101]. 7:30p.m.

    W/F NORWICH, CT. (OCCUM) 31 CLEARVIEW DRIVE FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE. *33.660* CT123/C975 [TAC9-C101]. 7:53p.m.

    ACW SANDWICH,MA ON NORTH SHORE BLVD. HOUSE FIRE M/A STATION COVERAGE *800* TIP [TAC9-C520]. 9:27p.m.

    MVA SANDWICH, MA (CAPE COD) ROUTE 6 WESTBOUND BETWEEN EXITS 3 & 4 CAR VS. TREE REQ. MEDFLIGHT-NOT FLYING DUE TO WEATHER GROUND TRANSPORT *800* [TAC9-C116]. 11:05p.m.


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    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    MECKLENBERG, VA *TORNADO WARNING* ISSUED BY NWS UNTIL 1745 / NFI ATT (VFN22). 5:02p.m.

    PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: MVA/MEDEVAC DALE BLVD & DARBYDALE AVE. T-BONE MVA, (1) ALS & (1) BLS PT, S/C MEDEVAC HELO, S/C E517 TO SET UP LZ @ GODWIN MIDDLE SCHOOL. OPS ON 5C. (VFN75). 6:13p.m.

    (U/D) PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: MVA/MEDEVAC DALE BLVD & DARBYDALE AVE. CMD NOW ADVISING (5) PT'S: (3) REFUSALS, (2) BEING XPORTED BY GROUND - NO HELOS AVAIL DUE TO WEATHER. *FINAL* (VFN75). 6:30p.m.

    FAIRFAX CO, VA: MVA/MCI/TRAP RT1 & DENFIELD ST. HEAD-ON MVA, WILL REQUIRE A ROOF REMOVAL, TOTAL (5) PT'S, (3) ALS & (2) BLS. M/A FT BELVOIR FOR 5TH EMS UNIT. OPS 4C. (VFN75). 6:51p.m.

    (U/D) FAIRFAX CO, VA: MVA/MCI/TRAP RT1 & DENFIELD ST. CMD NOW REQUESTING A MEDEVAC, HELO FFX1 ENRT, LZ TO BE SET UP @ MT VERNON HOSPITAL. OPS 4C (VFN75). 7:00p.m.

    (U/D) FAIRFAX CO, VA: MVA/MCI/TRAP RT1 & DENFIELD ST. EXTRICATION COMPLETE, (1) ALS PT XPORTED BY AIR, (2) ALS PT'S XPORTED BY GROUND, (2) REFUSALS. *FINAL* (VFN75). 7:21p.m.

    PETERSBURG, VA *FLASH FLOOD WARNING* VERY HEAVY RAIN HAS FALLEN ACCROSS REGION SINCE 1930 / 1-2" MORE ARE POSSIBLE THRU MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (NWS) (VFN22). 8:59p.m.

    NOTTOWAY CO, VA *TORNADO WARNING* UNTIL 2130 / AT 2101 NWS RADAR INDICATED A SEVR TSTRM CAPBL OF PRODUCING A TORNDO NEAR NOTTOWAY OR ABOUT OVER BLACKSTONE MOVING NE AT 30 MPH. (VFN22). 9:15p.m.

    AMELIA, VA *TORNADO WARNING* UNTIL 2215 - AT 2127 NWS RADAR INDICATED A SEVERE TSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO NEAR DENARO OR ABOUT 8 MILES SOUTHWEST OF MANNBORO MOVING NE AT 20 MPH (75) (VFN22). 9:43p.m.

    CHESTERFIELD, VA **TORNADO WARNING** UNTIL 2245 - AT 2153 NWS RADAR INDICATED SVR TSTRM CAPABLE OF CREATING TORNADO NEAR SKINQUARTER OR ABOUT 6 MI NE OF MANNBORO MOVING NE AT 20 MPH (VFN22). 10:02p.m.


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    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    PASSAIC NJ (PASSAIC) *2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL* 114 AUTOMN @ LEXINGTON. FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR AND IN THE BASEMENT OF A APT BLDG EAN840. 2:20a.m.

    NEW YORK CITY: *652 MESSAGE* ALL FDNY UNITS HAVE BEEN ADVISED TO USE DUE CAUTION WHILE RESPONDING AND OPERATING AT ALL CALLS. UNITS TO USE FULL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND MONITORING DEVICES. ALL UNITS TO NOTE AND USE CAUTION W/SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY AND LARGE CROWDS DUE TO THE TERRORIST INCIDENT IN LONDON. EAN700 EAN503. 9:10a.m.

    SADDLE BROOK (BERGEN) BELL AND SADDLE RIVER FIRE IS IN THE REAR OF A 2.5 STY FRAME EAN388. 11:29a.m.

    US DEPT OF HOMELAND SECURITY HAS RAISED THE THREAT LEVEL TO "ORANGE" (HIGH RISK) FOR ALL TRANSIT RELATED FACILITIES. AREA POLICE AGENCIES ARE ON HEIGHTENED ALERT AND INCREASED PATROLS INCLUDING AVIATION UNITS AND K-9 UNITS ARE ON PRO-ACTIVE PATROL. EAN970/623 EAN503. 11:40a.m.

    BROOKLYN,NY (KINGS) *ALL HANDS* BOX 2559, 60TH ST, X=14TH AVE, FIRE ON THE #2 FLOOR OF A 2 STORY 25X50 PVT DWG, REQUESTED ADDITIONAL ENGINE AND TRUCK ABOVE A/H'S, MAIN BODY OF FIRE IS K/D STILL DWH EAN700. 3:26p.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN,NY (KINGS) *ALL HANDS* BOX 2559, 60TH ST, X=14TH AVE, SECONDARY SRCH'S NEGATIVE, FIRE IS NOW PWH EAN700. 3:28p.m.

    BROOKLYN,NY (KINGS) *ALL HANDS* BOX 1686, 315 SUTTER AVE, X-OSBORNE, FIRE ON THE 12TH FLOOR OF A 22 STORY, 100X200, OMD EAN700. 3:35p.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN,NY (KINGS) *ALL HANDS* BOX 1686, 315 SUTTER AVE, X-OSBORNE, ALL VISIBLE FIRE IS K/D, SEARCHES OF THE FIRE FLOOR AND ABOVE AND BELOW ARE NEGATIVE, NOW PWH EAN700. 3:40p.m.

    JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) *WORKING CAR FIRE* BOX- 413 @566 TONNELLE AVE X NORTH ST.. CAR FIRE NEXT TO A BLDG W/EXTENSION TO A BLDG. F/D REQUESTED HVY SMK SHOWING O/A PER B/C 3.. EAN47VHS/318/103TJI EAN503. 4:16p.m.

    U/D JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) *WORKING CAR FIRE* BOX- 413 @566 TONNELLE AVE X NORTH ST.. CAR FIRE NEXT TO A BLDG W/EXTENSION. TO THE DWELLING. B/C 3 REQUESTING THE BOX TO BE FILLED.. EAN47VHS/318/103 EAN503. 4:17p.m.

    EDISON,NJ (MIDDLESEX) *WORKING FIRE* UNKNOWN LOCATION, COMPANIES OPERATING AT THE SCENE OF A FIRE IN AN UKNKOWN TYPE OCCUPANCY, POSSIBLY IN THE BASEMENT, REQUEST 2 LADDERS AND 2 ENGINES TO THE SCENE EAN700. 5:58p.m.

    U/D EDISON,NJ *WORKING FIRE* PHILLIP STN FIRE K/D ATT ELECTRICAL FIRE IN BASEMENT OPENED BILCO DOORS TO VENTILATE SHUTDOWN UTILITIES FIRE UNDER CONTROL EAN700. 6:10p.m.

    WEST PATERSON NJ (PASSAIC) *ALL HANDS* 170 OVERMOUNT AVE. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE DWELLING NOW K/D. CO'S USING THE CAMERA TO CHECK FOR EXT. M/A FOR COVER EAN503. 6:20p.m.

    BROOKLYN NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 3605 @ 207 BRIGHTON BEACH AVE. B/C 33 HAS FIRE IN A 2 STY 30X60 RESTARAUNT. ADDIT 1&1 ABOVE ALL HANDS. EAN700/231 EAN503. 6:33p.m.

    SCHENENCTADY NY ** WORKING FIRE** 802 STANLEY ST. F/I FIRE REQUESTING M/A TO SCENE CAR 22 REPORTING HEAVY FLAMES VISIBLE EAN970. 7:01p.m.

    BROOKLYN A/Hs BOX 3065 BRIGHTON BEACH, FIRE IN A NFP BLDG 30x60, TRUCKS OPENING-UP, UNDER CONTROL. EAN77. 7:30p.m.

    SOUTH ORANGE NJ ESSEX. GAS/LEAK ENGINE 2 RE EAN253. 8:48p.m.

    SOUTH ORANGE NJ ESSEX. MAJ GAS/LEAK ON WYOMING AVE. ENGINE 1 REPORTING THAT THE HOUSE IS IN JEP OF EXP. ALL HOUSES TO BE EVAC AROUND THE STR. PSE&G ONSCENE WILL NOT ENTER THE HOUSE DUE TO READINGS AT THE DOOR. EAN253. 8:52p.m.

    BOGOTA NJ (BERGEN) *CO POISONING* 86 ELM AVE, MEDICS AND FD REQUESTED FOR A VICTIM OVERCOME BY CO POISONING. EAN503. 10:27p.m.

    BELMAR,NJ (MONMOUTH) *2ND ALARM EQIV* 106 16th AVE. PD O/S RPT'ING 3 PRIVATE DWELLINGS FULLY INVOLVED. AVON AND WEST BELMAR,NJ (MONMOUTH) FD'S TO THE SCENE. EAN100 O/S. EAN10/ EAN90. 11:40p.m.

    U/D BELMAR,NJ (MONMOUTH) *3RD ALARM EQIV* 106 16th AVE. CMD RPT'S HE HAS 1 2.5 STY WDFRM F/I & 1 3 STY WDFRM F/I. MEMBERS ARE IN PROCESS OF PROTECTING THE EXPOSURES. M/A FROM AVON, WEST BELMAR, & GLENDOLA FD'S TO THE SCENE. EAN100 IS CMD. EAN27/ EAN90. 11:57p.m.


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    (1STR) 1st Responder Wireless News
    (covering New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut metropolitan area).

    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    NORRISTOWN, PA (MONTGOMERY) *WORKING-FIRE* 358 E MAIN ST. HVY FIRE 2ND FLR REAR OF A 2 STY DWLNG. S/C ADDL 1&1 TO SCN. 1STR153 * 1STR3308. 1:02a.m.

    NEW ROCHELLE, NY (WESTCHESTER) **HAZ-MAT** MEMORIAL HIWAY IAO LINCOLN AVE, FD CALLED FOR A VEHICLE WITH UNK TYPE MATERIALS. 1STR6219 1STR49. 1:43a.m.

    PASSAIC NJ, (PASSAIC) **2ND ALARM** 114 AUTUMN ST NEAR LEXINGTON AVE. FIRE IN A 2.5STY FRAME. 1 LINE WORKING. DWH. 1STR301. 2:20a.m.

    BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 1053: 1131 NOSTRAND AVENUE AT RUTLAND ROAD. BN-41 HAS FIRE IN THE REAR OF A 3-STORY 30X60 BRICK OMD. L-123 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 5:15a.m.

    DOVER , NY (DUTCHESS) **WORKING FIRE** OLD ROUTE 22. COMMAND (36-1) O/S WITH HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING FROM MECHINERY AT THE J&J LUMBER COMPANY, M/A 1 LADDER FROM PAWLING 1STR51. 5:19a.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 1053: 1131 NOSTRAND AVENUE AT RUTLAND ROAD. BN-41 REPORTS MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D. SRCHS COMPLETE AND (-). FIRE PLACED U/C. 1STRT18. 5:23a.m.

    U/D DOVER, NY (DUTCHESS) **WORKING FIRE** OLD ROUTE 22. COMMAND REPORTS HAS FIRE IN A 200X50 BUILDING FIRE IS IN A SAWDUST PIT, REQUEST 2 ADD TANKERS 1 FROM WASSAIC AND 1 FROM PAWLING TO RELOCATE TO DOVER 1STR51. 5:35a.m.

    U/D DOVER, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** OLD ROUTE 22. COMMAD REQUEST A 2ND ALARM, BOTH TANKERS FROM PAWLING AND WASSIAC NOW TO THE SCENE ALONG WITH 1 ADD TANKER FROM GAYLORDSVILLE (LITCHFIELD CT)TO THE SCENE AND 2 ADD ENGINES FROM UNOINVALE AND PAWLING FOR COVER 1STR51. 5:46a.m.

    U/D DOVER, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** OLD ROUTE 22 J&J LUMBER COMPANY. COMMAND (36-1) REPORTS HAS HEAVY FIRE IN 200X50 METAL BUILDING, FIRE IS LOCATED IN A SAWDUST PIT HAS 4 LINES S/O TANKER SHUTTLE UNDERWAY, FIRE D/W/H/ 1STR51. 6:38a.m.

    U/D DOVER, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** OLD ROUTE 22. COMMAND (36-1) REPORTS ALL FIRE HAD BEEN K/D RETURNING M/A P/W/H/ 1STR51. 8:21a.m.

    NORRISTOWN, PA (MONTGOMERY) **WORKING FIRE** 358 E. MAIN ST. HEAVY SMOKE FROM 2ND FL REAR. RIT ENROUTE FROM UPPER MERION. S/C SQUIRT FROM PLYMOUTH TWSP. LOCATION IS SAME FROM FIRE LAST NIGHT 1STR153. 9:56a.m.

    U/D NORRISTOWN, PA (MONTGOMERY) **WORKING FIRE** 358 E. MAIN ST. BULK OF THE FIRE K/D. SQUIRT FROM PLYMOUTH RECALLED, REDUCE SPEED ON ALL OTHER INCOMING. FIRE IS U/C 1STR153. 10:04a.m.

    WILLINGBORO, NJ (BURLINGTON) **2ND ALARM** 38 HEWITT LANE. FIRE IN A 2-STORY SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING. HEAVY FIRE ON ARRIVAL. FIRE IS DWH. ALL CO'S GOING TO WORK*. 1STR176 * 1STRT18. 10:16a.m.

    STAATSBURGH, NY (DUTCHESS) **HAZ-MAT SPILL** NAILER RD NEAR RT 9G. FD REQUESTED FOR A LARGE HYDROLIC SPILL ALONG THE ROAD 1STR51. 11:29a.m.

    U/D FAIRVIEW, NY (DUTCHESS) **WORKING FIRE** 265 VIOLET AVE. COMMAND ( 41-1) REPORTS HAD A FIRE IN THE WALL, FIRE IS K/D AND UC 1STR51. 12:24p.m.

    NORRISTOWN, PA (MONTGOMERY) **WORKING FIRE** 632 E. OAK ST. HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING FROM 2 STRY MIDDLE OF THE ROW. SUPPLY LINE BEING DROPPED. 1STR153. 2:25p.m.

    EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, NJ (ATLANTIC COUNTY) **HAZMAT** DELILAH RD. FD O/S WITH TRACK CONTROLLER LEAKING 50 GALLONS FROM SADDLE TANKS, TANKS HAVE A 120 GALLON CAPACITY, COUNTY HAZMAT O/S WITH OEM. 1STR157* 1STR740. 2:55p.m.

    BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS ON ARRIVAL** BOX 2559: 60TH STREET AT 14TH AVENUE. BN-40 HAS FIRE ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF A 2-STORY 25X50 PRIVATE DWELLING. ADDTL 1&1 ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. MAIN BODY OF FIRE BEING K/D. L-172 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 3:13p.m.

    MAHOPAC FALLS, NY (PUTNAM) **WORKING FIRE** 101 ARCHER RD. X LOGAN LN. BASEMENT FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. DWH. 1STR465. 3:22p.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 2559: 60TH STREET AT 14TH AVENUE. DIV-8 REPORTS ALL VISIBLE FIRE HAS BEEN EXTINGUISHED. PRI/SEC SRCHS ARE COMPLETE AND (-). 2LSO. FIRE REMAINS DWH. 1STRT18. 3:25p.m.

    U/D MAHOPAC FALLS, NY (PUTNAM) **WORKING FIRE** 101 ARCHER RD. X LOGAN LN. BASEMENT FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A FASTEAM, TANKER, & EMS TO THE SCENE. ENGINE FOR COVER. STILL DWH. 1STR465. 3:32p.m.

    TRENTON, NJ (MERCER) **WORKING FIRE** 488 RIVERSIDE. I/C REPORTING A 2.5 STORY ABANDONDED FRAME WITH HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING FROM THE 2ND FLOOR. CO'S NOT ABLE TO FIND SEAT OF FIRE A/T/T. 1 LINE STRECHED. 1STR747 1STR4568. 3:34p.m.

    BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 1686: 315 SUTTER AVENUE AT OSBOURNE STREET. FIRE ON THE 12TH FLOOR OF A 22-STORY 100X200 CLASS-1 OMD. L-111 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 3:35p.m.

    U/D MAHOPAC FALLS, NY (PUTNAM) **2ND ALARM** 101 ARCHER RD. HEAVY FIRE IN THE BASEMENT WITH EXTENSION TO THE 1ST FLOOR OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. ADDITIONAL M/A TO THE SCENE. DWH. 1STR465. 3:51p.m.

    JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSEN) **WORKING FIRE** [BOX:413] 566 TONNELE AVE. CAR FIRE WITH (+) EXTENSION TO A UNK SIZE BUILDING. I/C REQ WORKING FIRE ASSIGNMENT. 1STR4568. 4:19p.m.

    U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **WORKING FIRE** [BOX:413] 566 TONNELE AVE. CAR FIRE WITH (-) EXTENSION TO EXPOSURE. I/C REQ TO DOWNGRADE THE WORKING FIRE BOX AFTER INTERIOR CHECKS ARE NEG. HOLDING ON SCENE UNITS. FIRE IS PWH. 1STR4568. 4:23p.m.

    QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 4038: 983 SENECA AVENUE AT CENTRE STREET. BN-28 HAS FIRE ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF A 3-STORY 20X40 BRICK OMD WITH BARS ON THE WINDOWS. L-176 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 4:55p.m.

    U/D QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 4038: 983 SENECA AVENUE AT CENTRE STREET. BN-28 REPORTS MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D. SRCHS UNDERWAY. CO'S CONTINUE TO OPEN UP. FIRE REMAINS DWH. 1STRT18. 5:05p.m.

    HILLBURN NY, (ROCKLAND) **HAZ-MAT** 120 TWIN VALLEY RD AT "WASTE MANAGEMENT". FD AND HAZ-MAT REQUESTED FOR A MIX OF POOL CHEMICALS WHICH WAS ON FIRE INSIDE A GARBAGE TRUCK. 1STR301. 5:21p.m.

    EDISON, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 7 PHILLIP STREET X MONMOUTH AVE. ELECTRICAL FIRE WITH (+) EXTENSION. HEAVY BLACK SMOKE VENTING FROM BASEMENT. 1 LINE WORKING. S/C 1 ADDT. TRUCK AND RESCUE. FIRE IS DWH. 1STR4568. 5:56p.m.

    WEST PATERSON, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** 178 OVERMOUNT AVE. X SQUIRRELWOOD RD. FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE OCCUPIED BUILDING. DWH. 1STR88 1STR109 1STR465. 5:56p.m.

    U/D EDISON, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 7 PHILLIP STREET X MONMOUTH AVE. MAIN BODY OF ELECTRICAL FIRE IN BASEMENT K/D. I/C REQ EMS TO THE SCENE. FIRE IS DWH. 1STR4568. 6:00p.m.

    U/D WEST PATERSON, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** 178 OVERMOUNT AVE. FIRE IN A 2 STORY GARDEN APARTMENT BUILDING. STILL DWH. 1STR88 1STR465. 6:04p.m.

    U/D EDISON, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 7 PHILLIP STREET X MONMOUTH AVE. ELECTRICAL FIRE IN BASEMENT POSSIBLY FROM A DRYER. FIRE K/D AND PWH. ALL HANDS OVERHAULING. 1STR4568. 6:10p.m.

    BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3605: 207 BRIGHTON BEACH AVENUE AT BRIGHTON 1ST PLACE. BN-33 HAS FIRE IN A RESTAURANT INSIDE A 2-STORY 30X60 NON-FIRE-PROOF BLDG. 2LSO. SRCHS IN PROGRESS. ADDTL 1&1 ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. L-153 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STR109 * 1STR740 * 1STRT18. 6:25p.m.

    U/D WEST PATERSON, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** 178 OVERMOUNT AVE. FIRE IN A 2 STY GARDEN APT BLDG NOW K/D & PWH. STAFF 1STR465. 6:37p.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3605: 207 BRIGHTON BEACH AVENUE AT BRIGHTON 1ST PLACE. BN-33 C/S 2 ADDTL TRUCKS. PRI SRCHS ARE (-). FIRE REMAINS DWH. 1STR109 * 1STR740 * 1STRT18. 6:42p.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 3605: 207 BRIGHTON BEACH AVENUE AT BRIGHTON 1ST PLACE. DIV-8 REPORTS FIRE WAS UNDER A "STAGE". ALL VISIBLE FIRE HAS BEEN EXTINGUISHED. STILL A HEAVY SMOKE CONDITION. TRUCKS OPENING UP. STILL DWH. 1STR109 * 1STR740 * 1STRT18. 6:57p.m.

    QUEENS, NY **ALL HANDS** BOX 5776: 131-11 234TH STREET AT 131ST AVENUE. BN-54 HAS FIRE ON THE 1ST FLOOR OF A 2-STORY BRICK 20X40 OMD. 1LSO. TRUCKS OPENING UP. FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED PWH. 1STRT18. 7:38p.m.

    PASSAIC, NJ (PASSAIC) **HAZ-MAT** HOPE AVE AT WASHINGTON PL. HAZ-MAT OPERATING ON SCENE OF A 1,200 GALLON FUEL TANK LEAKING INTO A CREEK. 1STR109 1STR301 1STR4568. 7:45p.m.

    POTTSVILLE, PA (SCHUYLKILL) **2ND ALARM** ON N. 2ND ST. FULLY INVOLVED C-SIDE OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. DWH. 1STR331 1STR465. 8:00p.m.

    S. ORANGE, NJ (ESSEX) **CO EMERGENCY** S WYOMING AVE. FD REPORTING VERY HIGH CO LEVELS AND VERY LOW O2 LEVELS IN A RESIDENCE, POSSIBLY RELATED TO AN EXCAVATION IN THE YARD. 4 HOURS EVACUATED. S/C PSE&G ON A RUSH. M/A ON S/B. 1STR88 * 1STR109. 9:25p.m.

    BOGOTA, NJ (BERGEN) **CO EMERGENCY** 86 ELM AVE. MAJOR GAS LEAK IN AN OCCUPIED BUILDING WITH 1 VICTIM OVERCOME BY CARBON MONOXIDE. 1 PRECAUTIONARY LINE STRETCHED. ADDITIONAL ENGINE AS THE FASTEAM. PSE&G ON A RUSH. 1STR465. 10:40p.m.

    U/D BOGOTA, NJ (BERGEN) **CO EMERGENCY** 86 ELM AVE. COMMAND HOLDING 1 & 1 ON SCENE. 2 VICTIMS TRANSPORTED WITH CO POISONING. 1STR685 1STR465. 11:11p.m.


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    TORONTO FIRENET
    "A division of TAC9 Paging"
    Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.

    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

    TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, YONGE ST. @ PATRICIA AV. COMM'L BLDG. N3. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:21a.m.

    TORONTO, WF, 66 SHENDALE DR. REAR OF A DWELLING, W2. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:38a.m.

    U/G, TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 66 SHENDALE DR. OUTSIDE FIRE, POSS. EXT. INTO ATTIC, PL.415 ACCESSING ROOF. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:42a.m.

    UD, TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 66 SHENDALE DR. FIRE IN OUTSIDE SOLARIUM K/D, MINIMAL EXT., SEARCHES (-), PWH. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:48a.m.

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    WORLD Report:

    LONDON, UK. MULTI-SITE, MULTI-CASUALTY INCIDENT. EXPLOSIONS REPORTED AT ALDGATE TUBE STATION: 10 PUMPS, 9 TRAPPED & 90+ INJURED, KINGS CROSS TUBE STATION, 12 PUMPS, EDGEWARE RD. TUBE STATION, 12 PUMPS ALSO TAVISTOCK SQ. INV. A TRANSIT BUS. MANY SPECIALIST UNITS AND AMBULANCES ALSO O/S AT EACH SITE. TFN315. 8:40a.m.

    UD, LONDON. TOTAL 180 TO HOSPITAL, 60 HAVE SERIOUS INJURIES. KING'S CROSS STN: 10 DEAD, ALDGATE STN: 2 DEAD, BUS WAS AT RUSSELL SQ. TFN315. 9:13a.m.

    UD, LONDON. DEATH TOLL IN SUBWAY SYSTEM NOW 33, TOTAL INJURIES EXCEED 300, CREWS STILL WORKING. TFN315. 11:19a.m.


    If interested in getting this info to your pager or wireless device please contact Toronto Firenet at tfn@tac9.com or via phone at (416) 427-9055.


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

    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ 2100 Blk Druid Hill Av (Box 13-14)/ E-13 reporting 3 story MOG/ fire showing 2nd flr/ Ops on C-1 MFN-5. 7:11p.m.

    MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Apartment Fire/ 2120 Druid Hill Av UPDATE: (Box 13-14)/ BC-3 reporting 3 story / fire contained to the 2nd flr with an aggressive interior attack line/ Ops on C-1 MFN-5. 7:23p.m.


    E-Mail: mdfirenet1@aol.com
    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

    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Mountain Standard Time Zone)

    ICP: DaisyMtnFD 962R I-17 N/B @ mp222 Units ons of a roll over 962. TFC:Ch10 151.370 DPS West 460.300 [ICP415i,963]. 12:03a.m.

    ICP: ChandlerFD 3-1-STR CMD advises they have turned CMD over to RMFD. R/M is holding E855 E841 E851 E859 Tanker855, all Chandler units to go back in service. TFC:B2 155.955 R/M Ch5 154.400 [ICP415i,963]. 12:13a.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 3824 E POLLACK Units ons of a working fire. TFC:Ch8 153.770 [ICP319,415,963]. 12:24a.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 3824 W POLLACK Units ons of a working fire. TFC:Ch8 153.770 [ICP319,415,963]. 12:25a.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD TRT-1 WATER RESCUE 32nd ST & THOMAS Rd Reported person in the canal. TFC:Ch8 153.770 [ICP963w]. 10:11a.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD -UNITS ENROUTE- DROWNING 4918 W PARK VIEW LN TFC: Ch5 153.830 [ICP242]. 11:36a.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD DEER VALLEY AIRPORT 702 W DEER VALLEY RD. Aircraft w/unknown problem. TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP444]. 12:40p.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD Alert2 702 W DEER VALLEY RD Aircraft with unknown problem. TFC:Ch5 153.830, [ICP112,242]. 12:42p.m.

    ICP-U/D: PhxFD A2 Per CMD, the aircraft has landed w/o incident, recall assignment. TFC:Ch5 153.830,TG 1777 [ICP444]. 12:43p.m.

    ICP U/D: PhxFD A2 Units ONS advise plane has landed without incident recall assignment TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP112,242]. 12:44p.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-HSE 3801 W GOLDEN LN Units onscene of a W/F. RIC assignment is enroute. TFC:Ch6 154.310,TG 1776 [ICP444]. 12:48p.m.

    ICP 962R I10 & GUADALUPE dps svc unit on viewed a 962r for wb on canal e of TFc 460.200 ICP415m. 12:57p.m.

    ICP DPS 962R I10 & GUADALUPE WB units ons of a mva invo a vehicle into a canal TFC DPSE 460.200 [ICP415i]. 1:05p.m.

    ICP-U/D: PhxFD HSE Per CMD, they have 1 pt onscene. Spcl call for an add'l amb to the scene. TFC:Ch6 154.310,TG 1776 [ICP415i,444]. 1:10p.m.

    ICP MesaFD 2-1MED US60 & GREENFIELD units ons of a serious mva 1 pri-1 patient airevac4 8min eta TFC Ch2 154.235 [ICP415i]. 4:41p.m.

    ICP-U/D MesaFD 2-1MED patient will be trans via ground cancel a/e TFC DPSE 460.200,Ch2 154.235 [ICP415i]. 4:49p.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD HANGING 3115 W MCKINLEY Fire To Stage For PD. TFC:Ch9 155.670 [ICP319m]. 5:23p.m.

    ICP StateLandFD WILDFIRE @ City of Agila. TFC 151.400 [ICP112W]. 6:50p.m.

    ICP U/D: StateLandFD WILDFIRE Unit 10 miles out requesting to triple the assignment responding to the fire, very large header showing. TFC 151.400 [ICP112W]. 6:50p.m.

    ICP U/D: StateLandFD WILDFIRE 2CC reporting fire is "LARGE AND GROWING" TFC 151.400 [ICP112W]. 6:50p.m.

    ICP-U/D: AguilaFD BRUSH Per Statelnad, this fire will be called the AGRO fire. They have 5 Type 6 units enroute, along with 2 helos. Currently 200+ acres, can go to about 1000 acres. TFC:Ch1 151.400 [ICP-AZ,444]. 7:03p.m.

    ICP-U/D: AFD Brush Per CMD, they have 2 seperate fires on both sides of US60. Per 2CC, fire on North side is past 1000 acres, approuching some Railroad tracks. TFC:SL Ch1 151.400 [ICP444]. 7:08p.m.

    ICP-U/D: AFD Brush Channel change. TFC:Ch4 154.280 [ICP-AZ,444]. 7:12p.m.

    ICP: ScottsdaleFD 3-1-STR 68TH ST/INDN SCHOOL Units onscene of a W/F. RIC assignment is enroute. TFC:Ch11 154.025 [ICP245dc,444]. 7:15p.m.

    ICP: PeoriaFD BRUSH 103RD AVE & OLIVE Units onscene of a brush fire, requesting the balnce. TFC:Ch6 154.310,TG 1776 [ICP444]. 7:41p.m.

    ICP StateLandFD WILDFIRE US 60 & AGUILA. Reports are up to 1000 acres, fire lying down, moving to the nne. structures are a few miles away, local fire dept handling that problem. TFC 151.400 [ICP112W]. 8:19p.m.

    ICP: ChandlerFD 3-1-STR 25 S ARIZONA PLACE Units ons with smoke to the interior of an elevator shaft, checking. TFC:B2 155.955 [ICP963]. 8:20p.m.

    ICP PhoenixFD 901G SHOOTING 37TH ST & LATHAM units ons of a valid shooting TFC Ch2 154.250 [ICP245,415i]. 11:04p.m.

    ICP: TempeFD 962R LOOP-202 E/B to N/B LOOP-101 Units ons of a roll over 962, checking. TFC:Ch7 154.145 DPS-East 460.200 [ICP963]. 11:15p.m.

    ICP TempeFD 962R 202 & 101 units ons of a mva inv a rollover on the ramp for Red Mtn 202E to NB101 TFC Ch7 154.145 [ICP963,415i]. 11:16p.m.

    ICP-U/D TempeFD 962R DPS adv all e/b 202 traffic to 101 is shutdown fire is ons and checking TFC Ch7 154.145 [ICP963,415]. 11:17p.m.

    ICP TempeFD 962R B271 ons and adv 3 pats w minor injuries TFC Ch7 154.145 DPSE 460.200 [ICP963,415i]. 11:20p.m.

    ICP: PhoenixFD 1A-MED SKY HARBOR AIRPORT TERMINAL 4 PD units have been involved in a shooting with possibly 3 officers shot. TFC:Ch2 154.250 PhxPD Ch5 155.070 [ICP112,963]. 11:58p.m.


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    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Mountain Standard Time)

    APSN: *DROWNING* 4918 W PARK VIEW LANE. CMD E48 advising appears submersion only. Pt is conscious & alert. Cancel BC9 AR12. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02w]. 11:45a.m.

    APSN: SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE Phoenix PD 1202 W THOMAS Units are enroute to a call of a suspicious package found at Phoenix College. FREQ: A-5 TG: 2995 [APSN37]. 3:21p.m.

    APSN U/D: PPD SUSP. PKG: Units ons advise the package was left accidently and the owner of the package has picked it up and left. FREQ:A-5 TG 2995 [APSN37]. 3:37p.m.

    APSN: (DELAYED) CAR FIRE WITH FATALITIES Phoenix FD 3834 N 56th AVE. Rptd 2 901H's in vehicle. FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN02m]. 6:29p.m.

    APSN: UNK 3-1 STRUCTURE FIRE Scottsdale FD 68th ST & INDIAN SCHOOL. Working fire at the construction site. FREQ: Ch11 154.025 [APSN02m]. 7:23p.m.


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

    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Central Time Zone)

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A WORKING FIRE IN A HOUSE AT 5828 MACARTHUR. PUMPER 24 REPORTS THEY ARE USING A PRECONNECT. /STL819. 1:36a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S WORKING FIRE AT 5828 MACARTHUR. BC 806 REPORTS THEY HAVE FIRE ON THE 1ST AND 2ND FLOORS WITH LINES OFF AND REQUESTED A 1ST ALARM. /STL819. 2:02a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE AT 5828 MACARTHUR. BC 806 REPORTS HE HAS 3 LINES OFF AND MAKING AN OUTSIDE STAND. /STL819. 2:07a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A WORKING FIRE IBN A HOUSE AT 2332 RUTGER. PUMPER 7 REPORTS THEY HAVE A FIRE IN THE BATHROOM 1 LINE OFF. FIRE IS NOW U/C. /STL819. 2:10a.m.

    STLFN: ST.CHARLES Co.,MO: *2nd ALARM* BARN FIRE @ 199 SILVER SPOON DR IN AREA OF HWY 79 & HWY C. NO FURTHER INFO [STL899]. 7:18p.m.


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    Incidents from CIFN - Central Illinois Fire Network
    http://cifn.org/

    Thursday, July 07, 2005
    (Central Time Zone)

    WATER RESCUE:CLINTON MARINA:(DE WITT), IL:155-685:BOATING ACCIDENT. 4 MAJOR INJURIES. 2 CLINTON AMB RESPONDING. HEYWORTH AMB AND FARMERCITY AMB ALSO RESPONDING.:CIFN*73. 10:02p.m.


    Sean A. Aaron (CIFN*1) (Owner)
    cifn@firefighting.net


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


    UNITED KINGDOM
    LONDON, ENGLAND

    THURSDAY 7 JULY

    Major incidents in central London:


    0940 - London Fire Brigade has been called to reports of explosions at Edgware Road and Aldgate underground stations. Emergency services are at the scene and further information will be given as soon as it becomes available.

    1010 - London Fire Brigade has been called to reports of explosions at a number of locations. Emergency services are at the scene and further information will be given as soon as it becomes available.

    1230 - London Fire Brigade has been called to reports of explosions at Aldgate, Edgware Road and Kings Cross London Transport Stations and Tavistock Square this morning.

    Twelve fire appliances and 60 firefighters attended the Edgware Road scene.

    Twelve fire appliances with 60 firefighters are attending the incident at Kings Cross, and ten fire appliances and 50 firefighters are at the Aldgate incident. Emergency services are working together at the scene and further information will be given as soon as it becomes available.

    We are also using several of our new specialist fire and rescue units and are working with the other emergency services to evacuate casualties and make the incidents safe.

    Fire cover for the rest of London is being maintained but we would ask the public to only call us for confirmed fires or life threatening incidents.

    Around 200 firefighters were called to explosions at Aldgate, Edgware Road and Kings Cross London underground stations and an explosion on a bus at Tavistock Square this morning. 37 people were confirmed dead earlier this evening and around 700 casualties were involved.

    Twelve fire appliances with 60 firefighters attended the incident at Edgware Road, twelve fire appliances with 60 firefighters attended the incident at Kings Cross, ten fire appliances with 50 firefighters attended the Aldgate incident and four fire appliances with 20 firefighters were called to Tavistock Square.

    Throughout the morning several of our new specialist fire rescue units were deployed to work with the other emergency services to evacuate casualties and make the incidents safe.

    The brigade will maintain an attendance at each of the locations involved to assist the Police throughout the night.

    Fire cover for the rest of London is being maintained but we would ask the public to only call us for confirmed fires or life threatening incidents.


    http://www.london-fire.gov.uk/news/latest_incidents.asp


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    LOS ANGELES, CA:
    MULTI-PATIENT TRAFFIC COLLISION:


    On Thursday, July 07, 2005, at 1936 hours (7:36 PM PDT), three companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Battalion Chief Officer Command Team, two Battalion EMS Captains, and five LAFD Rescue Ambulances, under the direction of Battalion Commander Raymundo Gomez, responded to a Multi-Patient Traffic Collision at the intersection of West 1st Street and South Spring Street in the Civic Center area. First units on the scene reported a collision between an MTA bus and a private vehicle that was wedge beneath the MTA bus with no entrapment. The driver of the private vehicle self extricate prior to the arrival of the Fire Department. Five victims from the bus and the driver of the private vehicle were triaged, treated and transported to two area hospitals for non-life threatening injuries. Two other passengers from the bus were treated on the scene and released. MTA Officials and the Los Angeles Police Department are investigating the accident.

    REPORT PREPARED BY :

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

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


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    Brooklyn, N. Y. 07/07/05 @ 18:15 hrs.
    Brighton Beach Section
    Box 3605
    address: 207 Brighton Beach Ave.
    between: Brighton 1st. Pl. & Brighton 1st. St.

    3605 @ 18:11
    Engs. 246, 245
    Lad. 169, T. Lad. 161
    Batt. 33 s/c

    10 - 75 - 3605 @ 18:16
    TowerLadder 153 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
    Eng. 254, 318
    Rescue Co. #2
    Squad Co. 31
    Batt. 42
    Division 8

    Fire Building:
    2 Story Brick 30 x 60 Commercial
    Surrounding Properties:
    Exp. #1: Is a Street
    Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
    Exp. #3: Is Unknown
    Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

    All - Hands:
    7 - 5 - 3605 @ 18:21
    Batt. 33 reports: Box 3605, We have a fire in a 3 story brick commercial, used as a catering hall. At this time, we have not located the fire. We have a smoke condition thru out the bldg. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Primary search being conducted. Will be using All - Hands, Extra Engine & Truck " K "

    @ 18:22 Engine 276 & Ladder 166 are s/c

    @ 18:40
    Division 8: Box 3605, Fire is located under a stage on the 1st floor. Truck's are "Opening Up" Primary search is negative thru out. Heavy smoke condition thru out the bldg. 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Fire is Still Doubtul.

    @ 18:54
    Division 8: Box 3605, All visible fire has been knocked down under the stage. Primary search is negative. Still have a smoke condition thru out the bldg. Truck's are continuing to "Open Up" Probably Will Hold.

    @ 18:58
    Special Call ( 2 ) additional Truck's for overhauling. Ladder 156 & TowerLadder 172 are s/c

    @ 19:08
    Division 8: Box 3605, Truck's are continuing to "Open Up" and checking for pockets of fire. This will be an extended operation.

    @ 19:13
    Division 8: Box 3605, Fire is UnderControl.


    exchief84@sbcglobal.net


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    HOUSTON DISPATCH
    Houston TX area

    Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2005 01:43:03 -0000

    From: "Steve Nelson"

    2-11 fire Firestone Auto Repair - 400 El Dorado - District 71 reports heavy fire from east side of bldg. Ladder trucks setting up. 460.625 Steve


    Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2005 18:50:18 -0000
    From: "msuggs.geo" <2817350038@archwireless.net>

    Montgomery County, fatal mva, I-45 n/b north of rayford rd. 45 n/b is shut down, major trafic blockage, justice of the peace en route to scene


    Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2005 11:36:41 -0500
    From: "Dominick Adamo Jr."

    Press Conference by Secretary Michael Chertoff U.S. Department of Homeland Security

    For Immediate Release
    Office of the Press Secretary
    Contact: 202-282-8010
    July 7, 2005
    (Remarks as Prepared)

    Ladies and Gentlemen, we are closely monitoring the bombings that occurred in London. I have spoken to the President and to my counterparts, the Home Secretary in the United Kingdom.

    The thoughts and prayers of the American people are with the victims of this tragedy and our friends in Britain.

    In light of today's attacks in London, the United States Government is raising the threat level from Code Yellow - or Elevated - to Code Orange - or High - targeted only to the mass transit portion of the transportation sector. This only includes regional and inter-city passenger rail, subways and metropolitan bus systems. We are also asking for increased vigilance in other transportation systems.

    Currently, the United States has no specific, credible information suggesting an imminent attack in the United States. However, we know the tactics and methods of terrorists, as demonstrated by the horrific rail bombings in Madrid last year. The intent of al Qaeda and affiliated organizations to attack in Europe and the United States has been well documented and continues to be reflected in intelligence reporting.

    We have already taken additional measures to secure transit systems since 9-11 and the railway bombing in Madrid. At the direction of the President, we are working with the Department of Transportation, our other federal partners, state and local officials and transportation authorities to take all necessary precautions and to increase the security of our transportation systems and the citizens who depend on them.

    We have asked state and local leaders and transportation officials to increase their protective measures including: additional law enforcement, bomb-detecting K-9 teams, increased video surveillance, spot testing in certain areas, added perimeter barriers, extra intrusion detection equipment and increased number of inspections of trash receptacles and other storage areas.

    We ask the public to remain alert and to report any suspicious activity, particularly on or around transportation systems, to your local law enforcement authorities. But we are not simply suggesting that people avoid public transportation systems; rather, we are asking that they do so with an increased awareness of their surroundings.

    We have been in continuous contact with federal, state and local authorities, as well as our allies in the United Kingdom as they investigate this incident. We are reviewing intelligence streams and the information out of London closely and will continue to provide regular updates to the public as soon as information becomes available.

    Again, our thoughts and prayers are with the British people and the grieving families. America stands with you in this time of crisis, to assist and support you in every way possible.

    Terrorists may bomb and attack and attempt to use weapons of fear to shake the will of free nations and free people. But we have a more powerful arsenal; it includes our resolution and resiliency and an unyielding determination to do what we can and must to keep our citizens and our allies safe and track down the perpetrators of this incident and bring them to justice.

    Thank you


    Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2005 22:23:57 -0000
    From: "msuggs.geo" <2817350038@archwireless.net>

    Sugar Land, 12000 blk Dairy Ashford closed in both directions due to power lines pulled down by 18 wheeler, traffic being diverted


    Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2005 22:25:51 -0000
    From: "msuggs.geo" <2817350038@archwireless.net>

    Houston, suspicious package found on Metro Bus - 1600 Franklin


    Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2005 18:03:32 -0500
    From: "Erich Burrer"

    Klien VFD - House Fire on Boudreaux unknown cross street and key map. Ops on Tac 7


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    Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2005-7-7
    National Police and Fire Incidents



    0003hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - VINE - SHREVEPORT, LA

    0034hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - WOODLYN RD - HOUSTON, TX

    0059hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - AVENUE J AT 90TH ST E - ANTELOPE VALLEY, CA

    0080hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1919 N GARRETT - DALLAS, TX

    0242hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - RED FOX - SHREVEPORT, LA

    0420hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1234 MULBERRY AV E APT: 214 - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    0423hrs - FIRES - 11100 BLK VIOLETA ST - SATICOY, CA

    0514hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FLEMING DR - HOUSTON, TX

    0609hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - KASHMERE - HOUSTON, TX

    0639hrs - FIRES - BLK MARICOPA HWY / MILE MARKER 22.37 - US FOREST SERVICE, CA

    0647hrs - FIRES - BLK LOCKWOOD VALLEY RD / MILE MARKER 5 - LOCKWOOD VALLEY, CA

    0713hrs - BUILDING FIRE - EL DORADO BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

    0715hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - SUMMER GROVE - SHREVEPORT, LA

    0851hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - CAROLINE ST - HOUSTON, TX

    0857hrs - FIRE - NB I5 AT FRENCH CAMP - STOCKTON, CA

    0929hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - CRABAPPLE - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1018hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - 3RD ST W AT HACIENDA DR - ANTELOPE VALLEY, CA

    1020hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 6839 SPERRY - DALLAS, TX

    1033hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - FONDREN PLACE DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1037hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - KERR - HOUSTON, TX

    1044hrs - FIRE - PROSPECT - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1044hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - PROSPECT - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1107hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - ETHELWYN LN AT SR78 - EL CAJON, CA

    1107hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - NB I215 JSO KELLER RD - TEMECULA, CA

    1119hrs - BUILDING FIRE - DACOMA ST - HOUSTON, TX

    1124hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - NB I215 AT NEWPORT RD - TEMECULA, CA

    1130hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 408 MARTINIQUE - DALLAS, TX

    1131hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - KINGS - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1200hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

    1253hrs - FIRE - WATT AV ONR TO WB US50 - SOUTH SACRAMENTO, CA

    1258hrs - BUILDING FIRE - MONTROSE BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

    1259hrs - FIRE - WB US50 AT NB WATT AV - SOUTH SACRAMENTO, CA

    1300hrs - BUILDING FIRE - MONTROSE BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

    1401hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - FONDREN PLACE DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1427hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - CONOLY - HOUSTON, TX

    1430hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 8081 MARVIN D LOVE - DALLAS, TX

    1433hrs - FIRES - 10300 BLK JAMESTOWN ST - VENTURA, CA

    1445hrs - FIRE - FLORIBRASKA AV E AND JEFFERSON ST N - TAMPA, FL

    1458hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - W BELL ST - HOUSTON, TX

    1504hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - RUSHCREEK DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1528hrs - BUILDING FIRE - N YORK - HOUSTON, TX

    1531hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - 70TH - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1539hrs - HELP THE FIRE FIGHTER - 2336 25TH AV S - SEATTLE, WA

    1630hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2525 BIRMINGHAM - DALLAS, TX

    1702hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - FULTON ST - HOUSTON, TX

    1704hrs - FIRE - 700 DALE MABRY HW N - TAMPA, FL

    1707hrs - FIRE POLICE - MILL ST & RT 441 - COLUMBIA, PA

    1708hrs - FIRE - NB WATT AV AT EB US50 - SOUTH SACRAMENTO, CA

    1722hrs - FIRES - 900 BLK LAWRENCE DR - NEWBURY PK, CA

    1723hrs - FIRES - 600 BLK RIDGELINE DR - OAK VW, CA

    1725hrs - FIRES - 500 BLK E CLARA ST - PORT HUENEME, CA

    1728hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - INTERSTATE 220 - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1730hrs - FIRE - INTERSTATE 220 - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1748hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - BALBOA BLVD ONR TO WB SR118 - WEST VALLEY, CA

    1806hrs - FIRES - 300 BLK SANJON RD - VENTURA, CA

    1808hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - 5992 ALTAMONT DR - BORDER COMM CENTER, CA

    1809hrs - FIRES - BLK S SEAWARD AV / 101 FRWY - VENTURA, CA

    1819hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - FULTON ST - HOUSTON, TX

    1820hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2526 TALCO - DALLAS, TX

    1838hrs - FIRE - 12TH AV ONR TO NB SR99 - SOUTH SACRAMENTO, CA

    1850hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - KINGWOOD DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1850hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 11450 AUDELIA - DALLAS, TX

    1854hrs - BUILDING FIRE - GREENS RD - HOUSTON, TX

    1906hrs - SMALL BLDG. ON FIRE - JOHN F KENNEDY BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

    1909hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 8077 PRICE BLVD - SARASOTA, FL

    1919hrs - FIRE - FLORIN RD AT POWER INN RD - SOUTH SACRAMENTO, CA

    1949hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - N HIGHLAND AV AT PAT MOORE WY - WEST VALLEY, CA

    2000hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - HAMILTON AV N / ROBERTS ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    2005hrs - WOODS ON FIRE - WINDHAVEN ST - HOUSTON, TX

    2014hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - OLD CLINTON RD - HOUSTON, TX

    2032hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - BROOKLYN AV NE / NE 52ND ST - SEATTLE, WA

    2044hrs - BUILDING FIRE - TOMBALL PKWY - HOUSTON, TX

    2053hrs - FIRES - 3200 BLK WISDOM CT - SIMI VALLEY, CA

    2103hrs - BUILDING FIRE - ARDFIELD DR - HOUSTON, TX

    2124hrs - BUILDING FIRE - W LAKE HOUSTON PKWY - HOUSTON, TX

    2213hrs - FIRES - BLK PARKHURST ST / ARCANE ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

    2247hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3306 BLUE JAY LN - SARASOTA, FL

    2307hrs - FIRES - 5400 BLK TOPA TOPA DR - VENTURA, CA

    2323hrs - FIRES - 300 BLK ORCHARD PL - OXNARD, CA

    2354hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - SHADY TIMBERS DR - HOUSTON, TX

    2359hrs - STRUCTURE OR GRASS FIRE - 17013 BETTY AV - SOUTHERN DIVISION, CA


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    LAS VEGAS, NV:

    Basic info about response to school property then step by step investigation and call for more units to respond working fire then read following reports to continued investigation and who is involved!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Harold Hoenigman
    Western Reserve Fire Buffs Assoc.
    Cleveland Ohio


    LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE MEDIA RELEASE

    LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE
    DATE/TIME: 070505/2330PDT
    RELEASE: 05-084

    3-ALARM FIRE DESTROYS GYM AT MARTIN MIDDLE SCHOOL


    Fire investigators will wait until Wednesday morning to get to the inside of the gymnasium of the Roy W. Martin Middle School to see what caused a fire that destroyed the gym. The school was closed at the time of the fire. Over 75 firefighters from Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Clark County battled the blaze for nearly two hours before it was brought under control. There were no reported injuries.

    The call came in for a fire alarm activated at 4:23PM Tuesday afternoon. One engine was sent to the school to investigate and when the unit arrived at the school, nothing seemed wrong from the outside. But when the crew walked around the school to investigate, they found the interior of the gym full of thick black smoke and flames. The captain in charge of the crew called for a full alarm and within minutes requested a second alarm. When the first crews arrived, they entered the gym with fire hoses and tried to bring the blaze under control. But the interior of the gym was constructed of mostly wood, which fueled the fire to such intensity, it forced firefighters back. With the possibility of structural collapse, firefighters were ordered out of the building and used ladder trucks to spray water onto the gym from above.
    At times, flames shot over 70 feet into the air and the black smoke was so thick, you could not see firefighters on the ladders. The thick black smoke could be seen from all around the Las Vegas Valley. That is when the third alarm was dispatched bringing a total of 30 units with over 75 firefighters to the scene from three fire departments.

    Firefighter's first priority was to confine the fire to the gym and prevent it from spreading to the rest of the school. After the fire was mostly extinguished, a survey was made by fire and school officials to
    assess damage. The gym was completely destroyed by the fire, but the rest of the school was saved. On Wednesday representatives from the Clark County School District will perform a closer assessment of damage and determined a damage estimate.

    Because the interior of the gym was so hot, fire investigators will wait until Wednesday morning to start to look into what caused the fire and where it started. Some witnesses told investigators that children were playing with fireworks in the area prior to the fire. Investigators said that the report would be investigated as well as other potential causes. At this time, the fire is undetermined and under investigation.

    Firefighters will be standing by all night at the school spraying water on the debris to ensure the fire does not rekindle and to cool the remains so investigators can start to dig into the rubble in the morning.
    The school was built in the late 1950's and opened in 1959. It is located at 2800 Stewart Ave at the intersection of 28th Street.

    END ## LVFR/PIO-TRS

    1st ALARM: E4,1,201, T4, R8, HR44, AR1, B1, PIO1
    2nd ALARM: E16,51,27, T1, R4, HR21, B4, EMS1, 108, 801, 109, 6i1, 6i5, 6i9
    3rd ALARM: E8,12,52, T3, R204, 101,102,104,105,106,131,142,310,601,PIO2
    Special Call: E14,53,3, T16, RH14, Fire Shop


    TIMOTHY R. SZYMANSKI
    Fire-Public Information Officer
    Las Vegas Fire & Rescue
    Public Information / Public Education Office
    500 N. Casino Center Blvd.
    Las Vegas, NV 89101
    O: 702-229-0145 / F: 702-229-0152 / C: 702-303-2993
    www.lasvegasfire.org / tszymanski@LasVegasNevada.gov

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    LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE MEDIA RELEASE

    LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE
    DATE/TIME: 070605/1330PDT
    RELEASE: 05-085

    SCHOOL FIRE INVESTIGATION UPDATE

    Here is the latest information concerning the investigation into the fire at Roy W. Martin Middle School.

    Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Fire Investigations Unit is the lead agency for this incident. They will be assisted by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Clark County School District Police Department. The ATF is not taking over the scene, they have offered their assistance and we have accepted their offer.

    The school is not a crime scene. Yellow tape has been put up to keep everyone out of the area so our investigators can diagram and take photographs of the scene before they start going through the rubble. They want everything to remain unchanged. The least little item moved prior to the investigation could change the outcome, so as a precaution the entire school is off limits. CCSD Police is providing security.

    Thursday is when the most intense part of the internal investigation will begin. Since the building is unsafe at this time, time is being taken today to arrange for heavy equipment to be on scene tomorrow and other equipment such as a mobile command post and investigation units. Today we are also obtaining records of building construction, diagrams, drawings, taking statements from witnesses and the like. All this is in preparation for the more intense investigation, which will begin tomorrow.

    A press area will be set up near the school operated by the Fire-PIO to give updates throughout the day. We will schedule a kickoff briefing sometime tomorrow morning to introduce people who are involved in the investigation and to provide you with an agenda for the day. School property will be off limits to everyone except investigators. The time of the press briefing and location will be announced early in the morning by a media release and pager.

    Currently there is no indication as to the cause of fire. At this point the cause of the fire is undetermined, subject to investigation.

    A damage estimate will be provided by the Clark County School District when this investigation is completed. They are more familiar with what was inside the school, the value of it and its replacement.

    No special activity is planned for today except for getting ready for tomorrow. No other release relative to this incident will be released to today. Next release will be tomorrow morning.

    LVFR Fire-PIO Tim Szymanski is the lead PIO for this incident. He can be reached at 702-303-2993.

    LVFD/PIO-TRS END

    TIMOTHY R. SZYMANSKI
    FIRE-PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
    LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE / PIO1
    500 N. Casino Center Blvd / Las Vegas, NV 89101
    Office: 702-229-0145 / Fax: 702-229-0152 / cell-pager: 702-303-2993
    tszymanski@LasVegasNevada.Gov / www.lasvegasfire.org

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    LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE MEDIA RELEASE

    LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE
    DATE/TIME: 070605/2130PDT
    RELEASE: 05-086

    FEDERAL AGENTS TO ASSIST IN SCHOOL FIRE INVESTIGATION


    Special agents from the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) will be assisting Las Vegas Fire & Rescue fire investigators into the probe of what caused the fire, which destroyed the gymnasium at Roy W. Martin Middle School Tuesday afternoon. Agents from the ATF started arriving in Las Vegas this afternoon and will begin work tomorrow.

    The agents are members of a special fire investigation team of the ATF known as the National Response Team (NRT). The NRT usually investigates fires, which fit into certain categories. The school fit two of those profiles; the fire is expected to total more than a million dollars in loss and the building was a historical part of the community. At the request of Fire Chief David L. Washington, Keith Heinzerling, Agent in charge of the Las Vegas office of the ATF agreed to assist with the investigation with the help of the NRT.

    Currently the building is too unstable for investigators to enter and start their investigation. The walls of the building will first have to be stabilized before any investigators can enter. Investigators are expected to start the interior investigation after the building is made safe which will most likely be Friday.

    The NRT is made up of veteran special agents having postblast and fire origin-and-cause expertise; forensic chemists; explosives enforcement officers; explosives detection canines; intelligence support and audit support. Teams works alongside State and local investigators in reconstructing the scene of the fire, identifying the seat or origin of the fire, conducting interviews, and sifting through debris to obtain evidence related to the fire scene investigation. Further complementing the team's efforts are technical, legal, and intelligence advisors. The team also has a number of vehicles at their disposal including fully equipped response vehicles, mobile command posts and mobile forensic laboratories.

    Since its inception in 1978, the NRT has made over 400 responses around the country. The NRT has been to Las Vegas four times in the past.

    During the investigation, the Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Fire Investigation Unit will be the lead agency into the investigation assisted by a number of agencies including the ATF's National Response Team, Las
    Vegas office of ATF, Clark County School District Police and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police.

    THURSDAY: A press briefing will be held at 1:30PM in front of the school, in the grassy area, under the trees at the intersection of Stewart Ave and 28th Street. Representatives of each of the agencies involved in the investigation will be on hand to answer questions from the media. Also representatives from the Clark County School District will be on hand.

    AGENDA: Tonight equipment and personnel from the ATF's National Response Team will be arriving in Las Vegas and get situated in their hotels. Equipment will be arriving also.

    Tomorrow, all investigators will meet for a briefing and assignments in the morning. This is expected to take at least three hours.

    After lunch, a press briefing will be held in front of the school at 1:30PM to advise the media of what is taking place.

    Most of the work in the afternoon will comprise of making the building safe for investigators to enter which is expected to take the rest of day.

    Friday, investigators are expected to enter the building to begin investigation work and they will their work continue until the investigation is complete. This includes the weekend.

    NOTE: The entire property of school is off limits to anyone except investigative personnel. 28th Street will be closed to traffic from Stewart Avenue to Sunrise Acres Elementary School. Children going to and from school will be permitted to walk through on 28th Street.

    Las Vegas Fire-PIO Tim Szymanski is the lead PIO during this incident. He can be reached at 702-303-2993.

    END ## LVFR/PIO-TRS

    TIMOTHY R. SZYMANSKI
    Fire-Public Information Officer
    Las Vegas Fire & Rescue
    Public Information / Public Education Office
    500 N. Casino Center Blvd.
    Las Vegas, NV 89101
    O: 702-229-0145 / F: 702-229-0152 / C: 702-303-2993
    www.lasvegasfire.org / tszymanski@LasVegasNevada.gov

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    LAS VEGAS FIRE & RESCUE MEDIA RELEASE

    TO: LVFR Personel
    Fire Alarm Office Personnel
    Public Information Notification
    News Media

    Deputy Chief Ken Riddle is the on-call PIO for Las Vegas Fire & Rescue this weekend beginning at 5PM July 8th until 8AM Monday, July 11. He can be reached by calling 702-303-2993. He will NOT be answering calls concerning the Roy Martin Middle School incident during the weekend. PIO Tim Szymanski will still handle those calls, you can leave a message at 702-229-0145 if you need info. There will NOT be any briefings or updates during the weekend.

    A reminder, the entire school property of Roy W. Martin Middle School is off limits to anyone except for investigative and investigation support personnel. CCSD Police will be patrolling the area and keep it secure. If the media goes to that area, you may park on 28th Street, but you are not permitted on school property. I have received several calls from the media wanting to tour the damage or walk around the school. This is not permitted and will not be until the school has been turned back over to the school district, and then you will have to make arrangments with them. While it is under the control of investigators-there will not be any tours permitted. The parking lot where investigation vehicles are parked is also off limits and access will only be permitted to investigative personnel.

    Please ensure that assignment personnel and reporters working the weekend are aware of this information.

    Thanks

    TIMOTHY R. SZYMANSKI
    Fire-Public Information Officer
    Las Vegas Fire & Rescue
    Public Information / Public Education Office
    500 N. Casino Center Blvd.
    Las Vegas, NV 89101
    O: 702-229-0145 / F: 702-229-0152 / C: 702-303-2993
    www.lasvegasfire.org / tszymanski@LasVegasNevada.gov


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