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Monday, August 15, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
LEYDEN TWP(COOK) IL: A 3RD ALARM ON BOX #251 FOR THE STRUCTURE FIRE @13 KING ARTHUR CT. REPORTED AS A 2 STY BRK, 75 X 300 MULTI UNIT APT. BLDG, HVY FIRE IN 1 UNIT ON THE 1ST FLR. [CHGO-24/7+/19*/22+/426+] (c). 12:14a.m.
LEYDEN TWP(COOK) IL: A 4TH ALARM NOW ON BOX #251 FOR THE STRUCTURE FIRE @13 KING ARTHUR CT. [CHGO-24/7+/19*/22+/426+] (c). 12:18a.m.
U/D MOORESTOWN NJ (BURLINGTON) *2ND ALARM* 16 MEADOW DRIVE, DWELLING FIRE, ADD'L M/A TO THE SCENE AND FOR COVER ASSIGNMENT, OPS ON N/W RESPONSE 1 EAN90/51/840* [EAN]. 1:02a.m.
Delayed U/D MOORESTOWN NJ (BURLINGTON) *2ND ALARM* 16 MEADOW DRIVE, DWELLING FIRE, FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED UNDER CONTROL, EAN90/51 EAN840* [EAN]. 1:56a.m.
U/D NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** STATION 5228. ON VANBUREN ST. BETWEEN LAFAYETTE ST. & FERRY ST. 1ST FLOOR FIRE IN A 3 STORY ORDINARY CONSTRUCTION MIXED-OCCUPANCY WITH 1 OCCUPANT REMOVED FROM THE 3RD FLOOR. STILL DWH. 1STR685 1STR465 [1STR]. 2:55a.m.
U/D NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** STATION 5228. ON VANBUREN ST. BETWEEN LAFAYETTE ST. & FERRY ST. 1ST FLOOR FIRE IN A 3 STORY ORDINARY CONSTRUCTION MIXED-OCCUPANCY. COMPANIES MAKING GOOD PROGRESS. 1 FIREFIGHTER BEING TRANSPORTED FOR "GLASS IN THE EYE". FIRE NOW PWH. 1STR465 [1STR]. 3:08a.m.
ATLANTA,GA: 2nd Alm, 1302 W.Peachtree St NE, described as a hotel, W/F in bsmnt woodwrking shop, sprnklrs flwng. Cmd rpts hvy smk some flrs, forcing doors. Fire in check w/sprnklr. Chking for ext. HNAN/BillD. 8:08a.m.
ATLANTA,GA U/D: 2nd Alm, 1302 W.Peachtree St NE, hotel, sprnklrs off. Cmd rqsts elevator mechanic & fire invstgtr. Rlsng some 2nd alm units. FD to maintain prescence until sprnklrs & fire alarm system restored. HNAN/BillD. 8:36a.m.
U/D WEST HURLEY, NY (ULSTER) **2ND ALARM** 31 BIRCH ST CMD REQ 2ND ALARM FOR ADDITIONAL TANKERS AND MANPOWER, ALSO REQ EMS TO SCENE FOR STANDBY. 1STR51 * 1STR14 [1STR]. 12:04p.m.
RED BANK,NJ (MONMOUTH) *2ND ALARM* 97 MADISON AVE. CMD HAS FIRE IN THE KITCHEN OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. 2ND ALARM TRANSMITTED ON ARRIVAL. EAN27/EAN200/EAN90 [EAN]. 12:09p.m.
U/D WEST HURLEY, NY (ULSTER) **3RD ALARM** 31 BIRCH ST HEAVY FIRE IN AN OMD, CMD NOW REQUEST 3RD ALARM FOR ADD'L TANKERS. M/A LAMONTVILLE, SAWKILL, RUBY, OLIVE & ULSTER HOSE TO SCENE, FIRE VERY D/W/H. 1STR15 * 1STR51 * 1STR14 [1STR]. 12:20p.m.
BROOKLYN NY *FATAL HI RISE FIRE* BOX 3566 @ 2818 WEST 8TH ST, F/D B/C 43 REPORTS FIRE IN APT 17N (17TH FL) OF A 20 STY 200X300 OMD. 1 10-45 C1 (DOA) FIRE REMAINS DWH. EAN840/90 [EAN]. 12:24p.m.
RAHWAY NJ (UNION) *2ND ALARM* 920 RANDOLPH AVE. HVY FIRE IN A DWELLING. URGENT M/A 1 ENGINE TO WORK, 2 ADDIT ENGINES FOR COVER. ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D AND NOW PWH. EAN45/146/911 [EAN]. 2:08a.m.
LOUDOUN CO. VA. **2ND ALARM** 65 ACORN CT. FOR A HOUSE FIRE/ M/A FAIRFAX CO./ MON 6C DC2. 3:27p.m.
MARYVILLE TN: -- CSX Mainline near Hunt Road in Blount County, Several cars on 95-car CSX coal train derailed in accordian wreck including onto adjacent road. No Inj. Train enrte Fla to Ky so apparently empty. (CC-FMG) HNRN DEWms. 4:25p.m.
TIVOLI, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** 55 BROADWAY. COMMAND O/S WITH A WORKING FIRE IN AN OMD REQUEST A 2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL M/A TO THE SCENE AND FOR COVER N.F.I. 1STR35 1STR51 [1STR]. 5:50p.m.
CHARLOTTE, NC **3RD ALARM** EAST BLVD x= WINTHROP. 2STY 100x150 "L" SHAPED O..M.D, HVY FIRE IN ATTIC AREA & THRU ROOF IN DIV "D". 2 L/S/O BC1 I/C. L1 UP, ADD LINES BEING RUN, L4 GOING UP IN DIV "A", ADD MASTER STREAMS BEING SET-UP. [CFP3419*704]. 6:44p.m.
CHARLOTTE, NC U/D1: **3RD ALARM** EAST BLVD x= WINTHROP. PRIMARY SRCHS (-), LADDER PIPES BEING SHUT DOWN AND GOING BACK INTERIOR. STILL HVY FIRE ON DIV "2" SIDE AND THRU ROOF IN A 2STY 100x150 "L" SHAPED O.M.D. COs GAINING ACCESS FROM 2ND FLR BALCONIES INTO BLDG. EXP PROB ON DIV "B", A 3STY BLDG. H2O PROBS FROM HYD. MULT SUPPLY LINES DOWN & MULT L/S/O. STILL VERY DWH [CFP3419*704]. 7:02p.m.
CHARLOTTE, NC U/D2: NOW A ***4TH ALARM*** EAST BLVD x= WINTHROP. L26 TO SET UP ON DIV C/D CORNER ON ARRIVAL. ALL OTHER 4TH ALM COs TO REPORT TO DIV A PER I/C. CREWS BEGINNING TO MAKE PROGRESS, COs MAKING ACCESS INTO ATTIC. 10Es 4Ts 1R 4BCs & VAR CHIEFS / STAFF. ALL HANDS WORKING. [CFP3419*704]. 7:19p.m.
CHARLOTTE,NC U/D3: ***4TH ALARM +*** EAST BLVD x= WINTHROP. S/C ADD 4 ENGs TO THE SCENE. MOVE-UPS MADE THRUOUT CITY FOR COVERAGE. ARSON TASK FORCE, FULL CMD STAFF, & EMS W/ ALERT1 FOR REHAB ALL O/S. L1 L4 L2 L26 ALL UP & OPER. E1 E2 E4 E6 E8 E11 E64 E10 E20 E23 B1 B2 B3 B7 & NUM CHIEFS ALL WORKING. ADD UNITS STAGING, 3 LDH LINES DOWN FOR SUPPLY. [CFP3419*704]. 7:36p.m.
CHARLOTTE,NC U/D4: ***4TH ALARM +*** EAST BLVD x= WINTHROP. ALL COs BEEN ACCOUNTED FOR AND ARE REHABING. BULK OF FIRE IS NOW K/D, COs HITTING HOT SPOTS & MOPING UP. MAYOR O/S, PRESS CONFERENCE TO BE HELD @ 2100 HRS O/S. FIRE IS NOW PWH.
WARWICK, NY (ORANGE) **2ND ALARM** 13 ASHLEIGH MEADOW RD C/S CASCADE RD CMD REQUESTING A FULL 2ND ALARM ASSIGNMENT. M/A GOSHEN & FLORIDA TO SCENE. 1STR14 [1STR]. 9:44p.m.
CLAYTON, NC (JOHNSTON) *2ND ALM EQUIV* 1000 CCC DR @ COLONIAL CARTON CO. 225x280 33600 SQ FT METAL CLAD BLDG HEAVILY INV. (3) LADDER TRUCKS O/S. S/C FOR TANKERS FOR WATER SUPPLY. M/A FROM (2) COUNTIES. FIRE NOT U/C. [CFP*791]. 10:55p.m.
U/D CLAYTON, NC (JOHNSTON) **3RD ALM EQUIV** 1000 CCC DR @ COLONIAL CARTON CO. HVY FIRE CONTINUES. CO MAKES CARDBOARD PACKING BOXES. S/C ADDTL TANKERS FOR WATER SHUTTLE OPS. NOW S/C RALEIGH FD (WAKE) FOR HAZ-MAT UNIT. CFP7322*791]. 11:30p.m.
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02:21. COLUMBUS, MADISON TWP. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 4902 DICKENS DRIVE. O/S PER CPD-W/F_1 STY VAC HOUS-E151,21,5;L23,15;M152;R4;BN6. OPS:BN6FG. OFN202 (C)
02:27. COLUMBUS, M/A: WHITEHALL. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. 4902 DICKENS DRIVE. S/C ELECTRIC CO.,LIVE WIRES TO REAR OF HOUSE- 2 1/2" LSO. OPS:BN6FG. OFN202 (C)
13:23. COLUMBUS FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 1706 WOODCREST RD. E23 O/S OF AUTO FIRE W/EXTENSION INTO SFD E23,161,151,32 L23,32 R4 M23 B6,151. OPS:BN6 FG. OFN101 (C)
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Monday, August 15, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
Cleveland (From 2250Hrs) W/F @ 3592 E 118 / B-5 had a 2.5 stry frm vacant house well involved. Box: Engs 11,36,L-36,Squad 1 & B-5. Eng 26 worker / L-11 Rit. Also AC-1 4 Lines (FPO/D700). 3:39a.m.
Concord Twp Fire (Lake) **INJURY CRASH, CAR UNDER A SEMI, CAR DRIVER TRAPPED, CAR IS ON FIRE** I-90 Eastbound @ the 197/rest area MedEvac on s/b civilians are fightiing the fire ops Lake 800/MARCS fpo d.249(C). 7:59a.m.
Concord Twp Fire (Lake) **I-90 INJURY CRASH, NOW A WORKING EXTRICATION** I-90 EASTBOUND IS CLOSED Batt 1310 w/ Sta 2 s/c Sta 1 as a 2nd rescue for extensive pin-in LAUNCH MEDEVAC 16 MIN ETE fpo d.249 (C). 8:08a.m.
Concord Twp Fire (Lake) **I-90 EAST INJURY CRASH** This is a pick-up truck that rear ended a semi trailer at aprox 70 mph freeway closed to land UH MedEvac Req Kirtland FD for a 3rd rescue and reserve Eng 1333 as a 4th rescue fpo d.249(C). 8:15a.m.
Concord Twp Fire (Lake) **I-90 INJURY CRASH** Univ MedEvac # 1 has landed safely Command reports another 30-60 minutes of extrication work ahead. Adult male pt altered LOC w/ a spon airway. Level I trauma fpo d.249(c). 8:33a.m.
Cleveland W/F @ 3615 E 154 / B-5 has a 2.5 stry frm occupied house / Hvy fire 2nd flr. Box: Engs 36,6,L-36,Squad 1 & B-5. Eng 41 worker / L-9 Rit. 3 Lines (FPO/D700). 1:20p.m.
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MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR F. D. N. Y.
MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2005
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1319 SHORE FRONT PKWY @ BEACH 81 ST, RUBBISH FIRE ON 10TH FLR OF A 13 STY OMD, ALL VIS FIRE K/D. Mns154
BROOKLYN: 10-77 BOX 3566, WEST 8TH ST X SURF AVE, FIRE ON 17TH FLR OF A HI-RISE BLDG. TL-149 FAST TK, BN-43 I/C Mns154/345
BROOKLYN: 10-77 BOX 3566, WEST 8TH ST X SURF AVE, FIRE ON 17TH FLR OF A HI-RISE BLDG, 1 10-45 CODE 1 DOA POSS JUMPER DOWN TO THE STREET. Mns154/345/119
BROOKLYN: 10-77 BOX 3566 aof 2818 WEST 8TH ST X SURF AVE, FIRE ON 17TH FLR OF A HI-RISE BLDG 20 STY 200 X 300, 1 10-45 CODE 1 JUMPER DOWN, BN-40 SAFETY CORD / E-321 CFRD / TL-149 FAST TK. Mns154/345/119
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-77-3566 (HI-RISE ASSIG+A/H) aof 2818 WEST 8TH ST X SURF AVE, FIRE ON 17TH FLR OF A HI-RISE BLDG 20 STY 200 X 300, 1 10-45 CODE 1 *DOA* JUMPER DOWN, 1 L/S/O, PRI SCH NEG, FIRE DARK DOWN. Mns154/345/119
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1094 Aof 1059 BEACH 22 ST X MOTT AVE. FIRE 1 FR 30 X 60 GARAGE. FIRE IS K/D & U/C RET ALL SPEC UNITS EX RAC2 [MNS342 IAP]
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1350 aof 213 BEACH 99 ST x ROCKAWAY FREEWAY. 1st FL OF 2.5 FRAME PRI DWG. 2 LINES S/O. L-134 FAST TK [MNS342]
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1350 Aof 213 BCH 99 ST x ROCKAWAY FREEWAY. FIRE ON 1ST FL OF A 2 STY PVT DWG. P/W/H DURATION 13 MIN. MNS -88- 19:30
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1552 aof 114 W 134 ST x LENOX AVE / POWELL BLVD. FIRE IN A 5BK VACANT BLDG. L40 FAST [MNS342]
MNS PAGED REPORTS FROM METRO N. Y. & VICINITY:
PT LOOKOUT-LIDO, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) WORKING FIRE, 135 GREENWAY DR S X AUDREY DR. FIRE IN A P/D. M/A LONG BEACH FAST TEAM TO SCENE. MNS432
PT LOOKOUT, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) W/F, 135 GREENWAY DR S, M/A LONG BEACH 1 ENG, 1 LAD, 1 AMB & 1 CMD POST, FREEPORT 1 FAST TEAM TO SCENE. DWH. MNS432
LONG BEACH, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) HAZ MAT, RIVERSIDE BLVD, TRUCK CONTAINING SULPHURIC ACID & CHLORINE UNDER DOWNED ELEC WIRES W / PERSON INSIDE. REQ. LIPA FORTHWITH AS WELL AS N/C FIRE MARSHALS HAZ MAT. M/A LAWRENCE 1 ENG, 1 LAD & 1 AMB TO COVER LBFD. MNS432
PT LOOKOUT, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) W/F, ADDTL M/A TO COVER PLLFD HQ. MAIN BDY FIRE K/D, FIRE REMAINS DWH. MNS432
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) ** 2ND ALARM** 133 KENNEDY AVE X KANE AVE, FIRE IN A P/D. CHIEF O/S REQ M/A FORTHWITH FROM WEST HEMPSTEAD & UNIONDALE TO SCENE. FPTF. MNS432
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) **2ND ALARM** 133 KENNEDY AVE, HVY FIRE IN A 2 STRY P/D. M/A UNIONDALE 1 ENG 1 LAD, S HEMP 1 AMB, 1 ENG, W HEMP 1 FAST TEAM TO SCENE. ADDTL M/A TO COVER. VERY DWH. MNS432
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) **2ND ALARM** 133 KENNEDY AVE, HEAVY FIRE IN A P/D, M/A UNITS GOING TO WORK AS THEY ARRIVE. 3 L/S/O, STILL HAVE HVY FIRE. ADDTL M/A BALDWIN 1 ENG, STILL VERY DWH. MNS432
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) ** 2ND ALARM** 133 KENNEDY AVE. MNS432 & 559 O/S REPORT FULLY INVOLVED 2 STRY SPLIT-LEVEL P/D. STILL HAVE HVY FIRE. ADDTL M/A E MEADOW & LEVITTOWN TO COVER, UNIONDALE. LADDER PIPES GOING INTO OPS, FIRE THRUOUT 2 STRY P/D MNS432/434/559
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) *** 3RD ALARM*** 133 KENNEDY AVE. HEAVILY INVOLVED 2 STRY SPLIT LEVEL P/D. MNS434 & 559 O/S REPORT HVY FIRE ON ALL FLOORS. VERY DWH. LADDER PIPES BEING SET UP A/T/T. MNS432/ 434 & 559 O/S
WARWICK, N.Y. (ORANGE CTY) **2ND ALARM** ASHLEY MEDOW RD. & CASCADE RD. M/A GOSHEN WITH THE FAST TEAM, GREENWOOD LAKE WITH TANKER TO THE SCENE & FLORIDA STANDING BY FOR COVER MNS-108 22:43*
CHARLOTTE, N. C. **** 4TH. ALARM**** EAST BLVD. & WINTHROP ST. FIRE THRU THE ROOF OF A 2 STORY COMMERCIAL BLDG. 100 X 150. MASTER STREAMS IN OPERATION, EXTERIOR OPERATION.
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(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).
Monday, August 15, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
MVA SHREWSBURY, MA: MAIN ST AT OAKLAND AVE. A HEAD ON MVA WITH ENTRAPMENT AND JAWS IN USE. *154.235* C725 [TAC9-C975]. 6:16a.m.
W/F FRAMINGHAM MA ON GROVE ST AND POWDER MILL ST BUILDING FIRE *483.7625* C105/C383 [TAC9-C319]. 11:51a.m.
W/F-FRAMINGHAM MA, GROVE ST+POWDER MILL ST, BUILDING FIRE, *483.7625*, C105 [TAC9-C388]. 11:54a.m.
W/F MONSON, MA. ON WOODHILL ROAD AT LOWER HAMPDEN ROAD. COMMAND REPORTS AN AUTOMOBILE FIRE EXTENDED TO A GARAGE M/A REQUESTED. *153.740* C158 [TAC9-C101]. 1:04p.m.
MVA ETNA, ME. ON ROUTE 222 A 2 CAR T-BONE WITH 1 10-45 C1 ON SCENE. MAINE STATE POLICE PHOTO RECON REQUESTED. *153.740* C411 [TAC9-C101]. 2:21p.m.
ACW, KITTERY ME, 65 BRAVE BOAT HARBOR RD, SMOKE FROM EAVES OF 2STY CAPE, C101 [TAC9-C388]. 4:33p.m.
U/D KITTERY ME, 2STY WD FRM 24X24, LT SMOKE CONDITION INSIDE C101 [TAC9-C388]. 4:33p.m.
U/D KITTERY ME, 65 BRAVE BOAT HARBOR RD, DRYER FIRE EXT TO BLDG. HVY FIRE K/D C101 [TAC9-C388]. 4:35p.m.
W/F WALPOLE MA 221 SPRING ST FIRE IN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE M/A TO THE FIRE *460.575* C231/C519 [TAC9-C33]. 6:46p.m.
LEVEL 2 HAZ-MAT CHELSEA MA BOX 194 281 EASTERN AVE "GULF OIL TERMINAL" APPROX 2000 GALLON SPILL OF GASOLINE FROM 12 INCH MAIN BREAK FOAM OPERATIONS BEING SET UP (1) 10-45 UNK CODE *154.325* (C343) [TAC9-C33]. 7:04p.m.
W/F CHICOPEE, MA. PROSPECT STREET AT YVETTE STREET. COMPANIES REPORT FIRE SHOWING FROM A 1 STORY STRUCTURE , M/A REQUESTED. *154.160/154.340* C158 [TAC9-C101]. 7:16p.m.
MVA BOW, NH NEAR 17 PAGE ROAD. A CAR VS. DUMP TRUCK WITH EJECTION TRAUMA TEAM ACTIVATION AT CONCORD HOSPITAL DHART HELO ENROUTE TO CONCORD HOSPITAL, M/A FROM CONCORD REQUESTED. *154.355* C158 [TAC9-C101]. 7:19p.m.
U/D LEVEL 2 HAZ-MAT CHELSEA, MA B0X-194 281 EASTERN AVE "GULF OIL TERMINAL" C6 REPORTS 1000 GAL INSIDE AND 1000 GAL OUTSIDE OF A DIKE WALL. MASSPORT O/S. DEP AND OSHA RESPONDING ACW *154.325* C343 [TAC9-C383]. 7:22p.m.
MVA MARLBOROUGH, MA. ON EAST MAIN STREET (ROUTE 20) NEAR CURTIS AVENUE. A CAR VS. PEDESTRIAN WITH SERIOUS INJURIES LIFEFLIGHT HELO REQUESTED. *858.4625* C158 [TAC9-C101]. 7:26p.m.
U/D LEVEL 2 HAZ-MAT CHELSEA, MA B0X-194 281 EASTERN AVE "GULF OIL TERMINAL" COMPANIES HAVE SLOWED THE GASOLINE LEAK. MULTIPLE AGENCIES O/S OPERATING. ALL COMPANIES STILL WORKING *154.325* C343 [TAC9-C383]. 8:25p.m.
W/F NEWBURUPORT MA BOX 7124 25 STORRS AVE FIRE IN A 1 STORY FIRE IN A LAUNDRYMAT *158.955* C158/C101 [TAC9-C319]. 11:19p.m.
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Monday, August 15, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
LOUDOUN CO, VA: **2nd ALARM** 65 ACORN CT. HOUSE FIRE, M/A FROM FAIRFAX CO. OPS ON 6C (DC2) (VFN102). 3:49p.m.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA: W/F 133 MAPLE AVE. SMOKE SHOWING FROM ROOF OF A DWELLING, FIRE IN THE ATTIC (tip/85) (VFN102). 3:51p.m.
(U/D) NEWPORT NEWS, VA: W/F 133 MAPLE AVE. SMALL ATTIC FIRE, HOLDING 1 & 1 FOR OVERHAUL *FINAL* (tip/85) (VFN102). 4:05p.m.
VA BEACH, VA W/F 6436 DILLARD PL. E10 O/S 2STR TOWNHOME KITCHEN FIRE. B3 CALLING A W/F. (VFN35). 8:30p.m.
U/D VA BEACH, VA W/F 6436 DILLARD PL. FIRE CONTAINED TO OVEN & CABINETS. NO EXT. VENTILATION IN PROGRESS. *FINAL* (VFN35). 8:39p.m.
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA: **2nd ALARM** 100 TENPOINT (?) CT. WORKING HOUSE FIRE. MUTUAL AID FROM PETERSBURG & PRINCE GEORGE TO THE SCENE. OPS TAC 2 (27632) (VFN102). 9:39p.m.
(U/D) COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA: **2nd ALARM** 100 TOWNPOINT CT. HOUSE FIRE, EVACUATION TONES SOUNDED. ALL PERSONNEL TO REPORT TO CMD POST IMMEDIATELY (VFN102). 9:47p.m.
(U/D) COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA: **2nd ALARM** 100 TOWNPOINT CT. EVACUATION TONES SOUNDED, LADDER PIPE & BIG LINES GOING INTO SERVICE. ALL CITY UNITS COMMITTED (137) (VFN102). 9:55p.m.
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Monday, August 15, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
U/D DOVER TWSP,NJ (OCEAN) *BOAT FIRE* BARNEGAT BAY IAO MATHIS BRIDGE. CMD RPT'S BOAT IS F/I. M/A FIRE BOAT FROM BRICK TWSP. EAN10/EAN1035/ EAN90. 12:04a.m.
BORDENTOWN TWSP,NJ (BURLINGTON) *WORKING FIRE* UNK LOC. CMD HAS FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING. M/A FROM MERCER COUNTY FOR COVER. EAN51/ EAN90. 12:06p.m.
MOORESTOWN NJ (BURLINGTON) *WORKING FIRE* 16 MEADOW DRIVE, DWELLING FIRE, M/A TO THE SCENE, OPS ON N/W RESPONSE 1 EAN840. 1:51a.m.
U/D MOORESTOWN NJ (BURLINGTON) *2ND ALARM* 16 MEADOW DRIVE, DWELLING FIRE, ADD'L M/A TO THE SCENE AND FOR COVER ASSIGNMENT, OPS ON N/W RESPONSE 1 EAN90/51/840* EAN840. 2:02a.m.
Delayed U/D MOORESTOWN NJ (BURLINGTON) *2ND ALARM* 16 MEADOW DRIVE, DWELLING FIRE, FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED UNDER CONTROL, EAN90/51 EAN840* EAN840. 2:56a.m.
NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) *ALL HANDS* LAFAYETTE AND VAN BUREN, FIRE IN A 3 STY DWELLING, EMS TO STAGE EAN840. 3:49a.m.
FRANKLIN (SOMERSET) *W/F* aof 41 LEWIS ST. SMALL FIRE IN A RESIDENCE. SMOKE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. EAN531. 8:26a.m.
U/D FRANKLIN (SOMERSET): *W/F* aof 41 LEWIS ST. FIRE IN THE WALLS OF A DWELLING. FIRE IS U/C. EAN531. 8:30a.m.
RED BANK,NJ (MONMOUTH) *2ND ALARM* 97 MADISON AVE. CMD HAS FIRE IN THE KITCHEN OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. 2ND ALARM TRANSMITTED ON ARRIVAL. EAN27/EAN200/ EAN90. 1:09p.m.
BROOKLYN NY *FATAL HI RISE FIRE* BOX 3566 @ 2818 WEST 8TH ST, F/D B/C 43 REPORTS FIRE IN APT 17N (17TH FL) OF A 20 STY 200X300 OMD. 1 10-45 C1 (DOA) FIRE REMAINS DWH. EAN840/90 EAN503. 1:24p.m.
RAHWAY NJ (UNION) *WORKING FIRE* 920 RANDOLPH AVE. HVY FIRE IN A DWELLING. URGENT M/A 1 ENGINE TO WORK, 2 ADDIT ENGINES FOR COVER. EAN45/146/911 EAN503. 3:01p.m.
U/D RAHWAY NJ (UNION) *WORKING FIRE* 920 RANDOLPH AVE. HVY FIRE IN A DWELLING. ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D. EAN45/146/911/55 EAN503. 3:07p.m.
HEMPSTEAD, NY (NASSAU): W/F: 133 KENNEDY AV NR KANE AV: M/A UNIONDALE 1 LADDER, S. HEMPSTEAD 1 AMBULANCE, AND W. HEMPSTEAD 1 FAST TRK ALL TO SCENE: NFI ATT EAN345. 4:18p.m.
EAST BRUNSWICK NJ (MIDDLESEX) *WORKING FIRE* 36 HARVEY CIRCLE FIRE IN A 1.5 STY SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING BNN233/ EAN840. 4:50p.m.
LAKEWOOD, NJ (OCEAN) **HAZ-MAT** UNKOWN LOCATION. OCEAN COUNTY HAZMAT RESPONDING TO LAKEWOOD FOR UNKOWN HAZMAT CONDITION. NFI ATT EAN3311. 5:01p.m.
U/D LAKEWOOD, NJ (OCEAN) **HAZ-MAT** UNKOWN LOCATION. STAGING AT JIM CURLY GMC. HAZ-MAT REQUESTED TO ROLL WHOLE BUILDING FOR THE JOB. NFI ATT EAN3311. 5:14p.m.
QUEENS: 10-75: 1094 BOX: BEACH 22 ST X/O MOTT AV: FIRE IN 1 STY GARAGE 20X30: NO EXT: 1 L/S/O 2ND BEING STRETCHED EAN345. 6:13p.m.
QUEENS: ALL-HANDS: 1094 BOX: BEACH 22 ST X/O MOTT AV: FIRE IN 1 STY GARAGE 20X30: FIRE KD: RETURN ALL SPECIAL UNITS EAN345. 6:20p.m.
QUEENS NY BOX1350 *ALL HANDS* 213 BEACH 99 ST FIRE IN A 2.5 STY PVT DWG EAN840. 7:31p.m.
MANHATTAN NY BOX1552 *ALL HANDS* 114 WEST 134 ST FIRE ON THE 2ND FLR OF A 5 STY 30X60 EAN840. 9:45p.m.
(1STR) 1st Responder Wireless News
(covering New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut metropolitan area).
Monday, August 15, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
PARAMUS, NJ (BERGEN) **HAZ-MAT** ROUTE 4 W/B AT THE BP GAS STATION NEAR THE RIVER EDGE BORDER. 26+ GALLON SPILL OF GASOLINE IN THE LOT. BERGEN COUNTY HAZ-MAT AND BORO HAZ-MAT OPERATING. 1STR465. 12:39a.m.
BUFFALO, NY (ERIE) **WORKING FIRE** 75 YOUNG ST. 2.5-STY VAC FRM COTTAGE FIRE 1ST FLR. IN REAR 2 LINES IN OPS. REQ, MARSHAL TRUCK FOR VENTING 1STR124 * 1STR305. 1:24a.m.
VOORHEES, NJ (CAMDEN) **ALL HANDS** 23 CALLISON LN SMOKE SHOWING FROM A DWELLING DUE TO A LIGHTING STRIKE. CO'S GOING I/S CHECKING FOR EXTENTION. 1STR3305. 1:24a.m.
LOWER MERION, PA (MONTGOMERY) **WORKING FIRE** 26 BO BARN. ALL CO'S GOING TO WORK FOR A DWELLING FIRE. NFI ATT 1STR3305. 1:27a.m.
MOORESTOWN, NJ (BURLINGTON) **ALL HANDS** 16 MEADOW DR. CO'S O/S HAVE FIRE IN A DWELLING, ALL CO'S GOING TO WORK AND M/A TO SCENE AND COVER. DWH NFI 1STR3305. 1:51a.m.
U/D MOORESTOWN, NJ (BURLINGTON) **ALL HANDS** 16 MEADOW DR. FIRE IS K/D AND U/C, CO'S OVERHAULING ATT NFI. 1STR3305. 2:18a.m.
PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **WORKING FIRE** FRONT & COURTLAND. CO'S O/S HAVE FIRE SHOWING FROM AN UNK TYPE DWELLING. DWH. RIT TO SCENE. NFI 1STR3305. 2:43a.m.
NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **ALL HANDS** STATION 5228. ON VANBUREN ST. BETWEEN LAFAYETTE ST. & FERRY ST. FIRE IN A 3 STORY ORDINARY CONSTRUCTION MIXED-OCCUPANCY WITH REPORTED OCCUPANTS TRAPPED ON THE 3RD FLOOR. DWH. 1STR465. 3:44a.m.
U/D NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** STATION 5228. ON VANBUREN ST. BETWEEN LAFAYETTE ST. & FERRY ST. 1ST FLOOR FIRE IN A 3 STORY ORDINARY CONSTRUCTION MIXED-OCCUPANCY WITH 1 OCCUPANT REMOVED FROM THE 3RD FLOOR. STILL DWH. 1STR685 1STR465. 3:54a.m.
U/D NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** STATION 5228. ON VANBUREN ST. BETWEEN LAFAYETTE ST. & FERRY ST. 1ST FLOOR FIRE IN A 3 STORY ORDINARY CONSTRUCTION MIXED-OCCUPANCY. COMPANIES MAKING GOOD PROGRESS. 1 FIREFIGHTER BEING TRANSPORTED FOR "GLASS IN THE EYE". FIRE NOW PWH. 1STR465. 4:07a.m.
HAVERFORD, PA (DELAWARE) **WORKING FIRE** 112 GILMORE. CO'S HAD A DWELLING STRUCK BY LIGHTING, CHIMNEY WAS BLOWN OFF THE HOUSE. CO'S HAD FIRE IN WALLS THRU OUT, AND JOB WAS JUST PLACED U/C. 1STR3305. 4:20a.m.
QUEENS, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** BOX 1319: SHOREFRONT PKWY AT BEACH 81ST STREET. BN-47 HAS FIRE ON THE 10TH FLOOR OF AN OMD. SRCHS UNDERWAY. L-134 FAST. FIRE IS DWH. 1STRT18. 4:39a.m.
U/D QUEENS, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** BOX 1319: SHOREFRONT PKWY AT BEACH 81ST STREET. BN-47 HAD A RUBBISH FIRE ON THE 10TH FLOOR OF A 13-STORY OMD. ALL FIRE K/D AND SRCHS ARE (-). FIRE PLACED U/C. 1STRT18. 4:42a.m.
RADNOR, PA (DELAWARE) **WORKING FIRE** 124 BARCLADEN RD CO'S O/S HAVE FIRE IN A DWELLING, ALL CO'S GOING TO WORK ATT NFI. M/A TO SCENE. 1STR3305. 4:43a.m.
LODI, NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** 35 S. MAIN ST. AT THE INDEPENDENCE BANK. BASEMENT FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING. ORIGINAL CALL WAS FOR AN ACTIVATED FIRE ALARM. M/A 1&1 TO THE SCENE. DWH. 1STR465. 5:29a.m.
U/D LODI, NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** 35 S. MAIN ST. AT THE INDEPENDENCE BANK. BASEMENT FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING. ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D AND THE FIRE IS PWH. 1STR465. 5:40a.m.
ABERDEEN, NJ (MONMOUTH) **WORKING FIRE** 130 MATAWAN TERR. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. EMS TO THE SCENE FOR STAND-BY. DWH. 1STR465. 5:45a.m.
BUFFALO, NY (ERIE) **WORKING FIRE** 609 EAST FERRY. FIRE ON THE 1ST FLOOR OF A 2.5-STORY VACANT FRAME, 3 LSO, FIRE MARSHAL REQ, ALL CO'S WORKING. 1STR124 * 1STRT18. 6:18a.m.
WEST HURLEY, NY (ULSTER) **WORKING FIRE** 31 BIRCH ST FD O/S WITH A FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE STRUCTURE. M/A WOODSTOCK FOR 2 TANKERS. 1STR51 * 1STR14. 12:56p.m.
U/D WEST HURLEY, NY (ULSTER) **2ND ALARM** 31 BIRCH ST CMD REQ 2ND ALARM FOR ADDITIONAL TANKERS AND MANPOWER, ALSO REQ EMS TO SCENE FOR STANDBY. 1STR51 * 1STR14. 1:02p.m.
U/D WEST HURLEY, NY (ULSTER) **3RD ALARM** 31 BIRCH ST HEAVY FIRE IN AN OMD, CMD NOW REQUEST 3RD ALARM FOR ADD'L TANKERS. M/A LAMONTVILLE, SAWKILL, RUBY, OLIVE & ULSTER HOSE TO SCENE, FIRE VERY D/W/H. 1STR15 * 1STR51 * 1STR14. 1:19p.m.
POINT LOOKOUT, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** 135 GREENWAY BLVD SIGNAL 10 SIGLE FAMILY HOUSE, M/A LONG BEACHISLAND PARK AND OCEANSIDE TO STAND BY RESCUE QUARTERS 1STR137 * 1STR109. 1:51p.m.
ATLANTIC BEACH, NY (NASSAU) **HAZ-MAT** 1565 OCEAN BLVE MAN TRAPED IN TRUCK WITH LIVE WIRES ON TOP,TRUCK IS CARRING HAZ-METERALS. M/A LAWRENCE/CEDARHURST AND OCEANSIDE 1STR137 * 1STR305. 2:05p.m.
RAHWAY, NJ (UNION) **WORKING FIRE** 920 RANDOLPH AVE C/S RAHWAY AVE. FD O/S WITH WORKING FIRE IN A TWO FAMILY HOUSE. ALS REQ TO THE SCENE FOR A BURN VICTIM. FIRE HAS BEEN K/D AND U/C. 1STR791 * 1STR109. 3:12p.m.
FINAL U/D RAHWAY, NJ (UNION) **WORKING FIRE** 920 RANDOLPH AVE, FIRE WAS IN AN OCC DWELLING WITH 1 BURN VICTIM (UNK CONDITION).LINDEN (E-5) O/S AS THE FAST TEAM.ROSELLE IN FOR COVER .FIRE PLACE U/C.1STR791* 1STR109* 1STR4568* 1STR88. 3:21p.m.
PISCATAWAY, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **MAJOR WATER MAIN BREAK** RIVER ROAD BETWEEN RT-18 AND AND HOES LANE. PD EXPECT THE CLOSURE TO LAST THROUGH THE PM RUSH - PLAN ALT ROUTE. 1STRT18. 3:48p.m.
HEMPSTEAD, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** 133 KENNEDY AVENUE. +SIGNAL 10+. M/A FROM WEST HEMPSTEAD, SOUTH HEMPSTEAD, AND ELMONT. 1STR137 * 1STRT18. 4:33p.m.
EAST BRUNSWICK,NJ (MIDDLESEX) **WORKING FIRE** 36 HARVEY CIRCLE. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. 1STR114. 4:47p.m.
BLAIRSTOWN, NJ (WARREN) **COLLAPSE** 96 HOGAN RD. FD O/S. SOMETYPE OF COLLAPSE INTO THE BASEMENT UNKNOWN ON INJURY REQ. RED CROSS TO RELOCATE THE VICTIM'S 1STR109 1STR347 * 1STR305. 5:16p.m.
LAKEWOOD, NJ (OCEAN) **HAZ-MAT** I/A/O 1395 RIVER AVE (RT 9). BERKLEY HAZ-MAT ON SCENE JUST TO THE NORTH OF THE RV SALES ESTABLISHMENT ASSISTING OCEAN COUNTY PROSECUTORS OFFICE AND NJSP WITH UNK HAZ-MAT SITUATION. 1STR198 * 1STR197 * 1STRT18. 4:39p.m.
QUEENS, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** MOTT AVE & BEACH CHANNEL DR. BOX1094 2 STORY FRAME 2 L/S&O. FIRE K/D. CO'S OVERHAULING ATT. 1STR109 1STRT18 * 1STR305. 6:28p.m.
U/D QUEENS, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** MOTT AVE & BEACH CHANNEL DR. BX 1094 WORKING GARAGE FIRE K/D. CO'S OVERHAULING ATT. F/D IS MAKING GOOD PROGRESS 1STR891 * 1STR305. 6:35p.m.
U/D QUEENS, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** MOTT AVE & BEACH CHANNEL DR. BX 1094 WORKING GARAGE FIRE K/D FIRE IS REPORTED TO BE K/D AND UNDER CONTROL PRIMARY SEARCH AND SECONDARY SEARCHES NEGATIVE. 1STR891 * 1STR305. 6:41p.m.
TIVOLI, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** 55 BROADWAY. COMMAND O/S WITH A WORKING FIRE IN AN OMD REQUEST A 2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL M/A TO THE SCENE AND FOR COVER N.F.I. 1STR35 1STR51. 6:48p.m.
U/D HATBORO, PA (MONTGOMERY) **FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT** A FULL HONORS MILITARY AND FIREMANS FUNERAL FOR FALLEN FF JOHN N KULICK WILL E HELD ON THURS 8/18/05. MILITARY FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT 1030 HRS AT LEHMAN MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH 300 S YORK RD, HATBORO, PA. INTERNMENT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING AT HOLY SEPULCHER CEMEMTERY, EASTON RD AND CHELTENHAM AVE. FRIENDS AND FELLOW FIREFIGHTERS MAY CALL AT THE CHURCH FROM 0830-1030 HRS. FIRE, EMS AND POLICE DEPT PLANNING ON ATTENDING SHOULD CONTACT WHITPAN TWP FIRE MARSHALLS OFFICE AT 610-277-2400 EXT 387 AND ADVISE OF THE NUMBER OF APPARATUS OR UNITS ATTENDING. 1STR3181 * 1STR109. 10:36p.m.
WARWICK, NY (ORANGE) **WORKING FIRE** 13 ASHLEIGH MEADOW RD C/S CASCADE RD FD O/S WITH A FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE STRUCTURE, CMD REQ RETONE FOR MANPOWER. 1STR14. 10:39p.m.
U/D WARWICK, NY (ORANGE) **2ND ALARM** 13 ASHLEIGH MEADOW RD C/S CASCADE RD CMD REQUESTING A FULL 2ND ALARM ASSIGNMENT. M/A GOSHEN & FLORIDA TO SCENE. 1STR14. 10:43p.m.
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(Serving the state of Maryland with coverage in DC, parts of Virginia and Delaware.)
Monday, August 15, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Howard Co, MD/ House Fire/ 9502 Quarry Bridge Ct/ Units o/l with a working fire/ House full of stuff/ Task Force Alerted ATT/ Making attack ATT MFN AV5. 10:03p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Fort Meade, MD/ Injured Person with Trauma Referral/ NSA Complex/ Cmd rep a subject had a long fall/ Pri-2 to MIEMSS ST via ground. MFN-1. 10:34p.m.
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Monday, August 15, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)
ICP: Mayer FD 962X HWY 69 & CENTRAL AVE IN MAYER, E23 ons w/ serious MVA, rqst m/a from Central YavapaiFD & Lifeline Ambu, Launch 2 Helos att, Native 4 from Prescott & Angel 3 from Verde enroute TFC:MFD 154.130,CYFD 154.160,LLA 152.345[ICP324]. 12:31p.m.
ICP-U/D: Mayer 962X per BC21-CMD they have 1 Lev1 by Angel 3 to Flagstaff and 1 Lev1 by Native 4 to JCL, Mayer R22 & Lifeline 2101 transport 3 Lev2 to YRMC TFC: MFD 154.130,LLA 152.345,DPS 460.425,YCSO 154.725[ICP324]. 12:57p.m.
ICP: PhoenixFD HAZ1 2345 N 47TH DR TFC:Ch9 155.670 [ICP444m]. 1:12p.m.
GlendaleFD *DROWNING* 5813 W SUNNYSLOPE LN TFC:Ch9 155.670 [ICP444m]. 6:38p.m.
ICP-U/D: GlendaleFD DR Units onscene of a 1yr old that is a Full Code. TFC:Ch9 155.670 [ICP444m]. 6:49p.m.
ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 15414 N 19th AVE Units ons of a working fire at a resturant. TFC:Ch6 154.310 [ICP963m]. 8:41p.m.
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Monday, August 15, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time)
APSN: *SHOOTING* Phoenix PD 3517 W GARFIELD. Fire E14 advising 901H. FREQ: Ch2 154.250 [APSN02]. 1:40a.m.
APSN: SUBJECT TASERED Mesa PD 4532 E CABALLERO. Units onscene requesting fire to scene. FREQ: Ch3 153.950 [APSN02]. 1:59a.m.
APSN SERIOUS MVA GOODYEAR FD I-/0 AT PEBBLE CREEK EAST BOUND [APSN01]. 7:39a.m.
APSN: KIDDNAPPING Phoenix PD 83Rd AVE & MCDOWELL 20 to 30 subjects being held, units requesting the air unit FREQ: A Deck 8 155.4300 [APSN99]. 4:03p.m.
APSN: MVA / HELO REQUEST Mesa FD VAL VISTA / RAY Units ons requesting a total of 3 ground ambo's, add'l units for LZ and 1 helo ATT. FREQ:154.235 [APSN37]. 4:11p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxPD KIDNAPPING: Air unit overhead looking for the house with suspects & victims inside FREQ: A Deck 8 155.4300 [APSN33]. 4:13p.m.
APSN: ALERT 2 Deer Valley FD 702 W DEER VALLEY @ DEER VALLEY AIRPORT FREQ: CH5 153.8300 [APSN33]. 4:18p.m.
APSN U/D: DeerValleyFD ALERT 2: Aircraft is down with no incident, units can go back in service FREQ: CH5 153.800 [APSN33]. 4:23p.m.
APSN: COYOTE HOUSE Phoenix PD 5629 W HAZELWOOD Units advising possibbly persons with a shotgun in back corner of house with illegals.SAU enroute
FREQ: A DECK 8 155.4300 [APSN33]. 5:43p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxPD COYOTE HOUSE: Units set up peremeter around house, getting cover from unk person with shotgun FREQ: NOW ON ENCRYPTED FREQ [APSN33]. 5:50p.m.
APSN DROWNING GLENDALE FD 5813 W SUNNYSLOPE SMALL CHILD FULL CODE FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN01]. 7:08p.m.
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Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.
Monday, August 15, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A WORKING STILL ALARM FOR A FIRE IN A HOUSE AT 3553 OSCEOLA. BC 804 REPORTS A FIRE IN A 2 STORY BRICK 1 LINE OFF. PUMPERS 4 32 23 HL 4 AND BC804 /STL819. 12:16a.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D ON STLFD'S WORKING HOUSE FIRE AT 3553 OSCEOLA. BC 804 REPORTS THE FIRE IS U/C. /STL819. 12:21a.m.
STLFN: OFALLON FD (ST.CLAIR CO>IL) ON SCENE OF A *SERIOUS MVA* ON HAGGEMANN RD. XST SCOTT TROY RD. MOVE UPS MADE. EXTRICATION STARTED. ARCH HELO REQUESTED (STL 835). 7:35a.m.
STLFN: OFALLON FD (ST.CLAIR CO.IL)U/D ON *SERIOUS MVA* ON HAGGEMANN RD. XST SCOTT TROY RD.ARCH HELO ABORTING FLIGHT DUE TO BAD WEATHER. (STL 835). 7:52a.m.
STLFN: OFALLON FD (ST.CLAIR CO.IL)U/D ON *SERIOUS MVA* ON HAGGEMANN RD. XST SCOTT TROY RD.@ 2nd 20 MIN MARC PATIENT HAS BEEN EXTRICATED EMS TRANSPORTING ATT. CO'S CLEANING UP. (STL 835). 7:57a.m.
STLFN: FENTON MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) - FENTON FPD IS ON THE SCENE OF A SERIOUS AUTO ACCIDENT ON EASTBOUND I-44 NEAR BOWLES AVE. DUMP TRUCK HAS ROLLED OVER - ONE PERSON EJECTED. [STL810]. 9:21a.m.
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Denver & CO, UT & WY
-compiled by: Dave Hanna
Mtn News Net 005
(Mountain Time Zone)
Sunday, August 14, 2005
Lakewood CO: 13th & Otis MVA R/O PIN-IN West Metro FD O/S 11.52 am /001/
Delta CO: Auto/Bike MVA 10 year code black O/S FD,PD Amb O/S /225/ 14.43
Monday, August 15, 2005
Colo Springs CO: Montery & Circle MVA PIN-IN FD advising 4 Code Red pt's 4 more AMR Amb to scene & Paramedic Supervisor to scene. /191/ 14.05
Aurora CO: 33 & Peoria industrial rescue female arm impaled in a machine. Trauma surgeon requested to scene by heavy rescue. /001/ 16.40
Morrison CO: Bandimare Speedway serious burn victim after fire in repair facility. Medevac L/G 1 to University Hosp burn center. W. Metro FD O/S 11.41 am /001/
*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
JERSEY CITY, NJ:
B Group Battered By Bevy of Blazes
Sunday, August 7, 2005 was a typical hot, but quiet Sunday in Jersey City. This was Group B's first tour of duty since battling the conflagration that swept Neptune Ave. and Old Bergen Rd. on August 3, 2005. A critique of the operation was held that morning for the Second Battalion companies, but otherwise the day brought the usual mix of alarm activations, medical assist runs and a few reported fires. Quite a welcome relief for the B Group boys after Wednesday's workout!
As Sunday melted into Monday, the calm continued as a new hot, muggy summer workweek began. Group B would have less than three hours left in their 24 hour tour when things turned upside down in the space of less than an hour! Fourth Battalion companies turned out at 0526 for a reported fire at 88 Gifford Ave. Long known as one of the premier blocks in the city, the stretch of Gifford Ave. from Kennedy Blvd. to West Side Ave. is a tree-lined street of well-heeled Victorian mansions, at one time the homes and offices of many of the city's leading physicians. Homes on the north side of the street backed up to Lincoln Park, making the block an oasis of green in the midst of the city.
Alarms on that block are rare and fires even rarer, but this was the beginning of an equally rare morning that taxed the Jersey City Fire Department to its limit. Battalion 4, Batt. Chief Kenneth Drennan, was confronted with heavy fire belching from the second floors of a large "Queen Anne" type dwelling. Eng. Co. 15 took the rear on Lincoln Park while the balance of the assignment approached from the front. Fortunately, wide driveways on either side prevented immediate exposure problems, but the large volume of fire was soon roaring throughout the second floor and into the attic. Batt. Chief Drennan ordered an additional two engines and one ladder special called less than 8 minutes into the fight.
Now the "fun" begins. Tower Ladder 4, under the command of Capt. Chris Salmon, was assigned on the special call. While responding north on Kennedy Blvd., Capt. Salmon spotted a two story frame pushing heavy smoke at the corner of Virginia Ave. Capt. Salmon radioed to transmit the box for a working fire and they were going to work. Box 758 was struck at 0539 and due to conflicting reports, an additional assignment was sent on Box 759. Tower Ladder 4 now became first in at this fire and Ladder 3 was redirected to respond as the special call to Gifford Ave., Box 785. The assignments from both boxes all ended up operating at this fire, a two story frame two family dwelling with a similar exposure separated by a narrow alley to the east. These companies managed to confine the fire to the building of origin, but not before the entire roof of the building became involved.
Meanwhile, on Gifford Ave., the fire on the second floor was darkened down, but the attic was still putting up a tussle. Ladder Co. 11 vented the roof and scampered back down their aerial ladder as fire blew out of all openings cut in the pitched, tile roof. The early morning heat coupled with high humidity soon took its toll on a few firefighters and EMS treated the members for heat exhaustion. Additional resources would soon be needed, including a special call for the Gong Club canteen, Car 26.
However, another box was struck in the Heights section of the city, Box 340 for 23 St. Paul's Ave. at 0617 hours. Knowledgeable buffs and fire fighters alike would recognize that address as the scene of a 4th Alarm that tore through the four story brick multiple dwelling at that address on March 14, 1992. With the exception of Ladder Co. 7, the assignment consisted of North Hudson and Hoboken companies who would not know the significance of that address. No F.D.J.C. chief officers were available, as all four battalion chiefs, the deputy chief and safety officer were occupied at the other incidents. Fire Dispatch Center notified the incoming units that they were receiving reports of people trapped. Ladder Co. 7, under the command of newly promoted Capt. "Buck" Weaver, reported a working fire and that they would need help!
Division 1, Deputy Chief Joseph Gallagher, took up from Gifford Ave. and responded to Box 340. Group C Deputy Chief Martin McNulty, due in at 0800 hours, arrived early and responded as well. Chief of Operations, Deputy Chief Robert Cobb, Car 3A, also reported for duty and took command of the Gifford Ave. incident. An additional two engines and one ladder were requested for that location, while Chief Gallagher, operating on Channel 1 ordered a Second Alarm for Box 340. Both orders were met with responses from the Fire Dispatch Center to "Stand by" as the dispatchers scurried to locate and assign mutual aid units.
The fire on St. Paul's Ave., much like the 1992 fire, soon extended to all floors and the roof area. Companies were ordered to evacuate the building, as the roof emitted heavy black smoke and fire vented from the upper floor windows facing both St. Paul's Ave. and Concord St. A myriad of overhead wires, a common condition throughout all of Hudson County, severely restricted the use of aerial ladders. North Hudson Eng. Co. 6 operated their telesqurt into the upper floors on Concord St., while portable deluge sets were operated from St. Paul's Ave. Handlines were deployed in a similar attached building to the west at 25 St. Paul's Ave. With conditions deteriorating, Deputy Chief McNulty ordered Fire Dispatch to "transmit another alarm for this Box", apparently uncertain what alarm level had been reached for this fire. A patchwork assemblage of mutual aid companies was dispatched from various points to muster sufficient forces to control the fire. Once again, what we had called "unprecedented relocations" on the past Wednesday were repeated again on Monday morning with Essex County companies assigned to Jersey City by Essex County Fire Coordinator (and Gong Club member!) John D'Ascensio.
The Gong Club split forces that day, with Car 26 responding to Box 785 on Gifford Ave. and two members responding in a private vehicle with Gatorade and bottled water to Box 340 on St. Paul's Ave. The misting fan carried by the Decon/Rehab Unit was also deployed. The Bayonne Fire Canteen responded on mutual aid and Car 26 eventually cleared Box 785 and responded to Box 340 at 0930 hours. Despite that morning's heavy fire action, the day was not over for Hudson County's fire fighters or the Gong Club. A restaurant fire in Harrison escalated to a Second Alarm at noon, sending Car 26 to 507 N. 4th St., along with mutual aid companies from Kearny, East Newark, Jersey City and Newark. Car 26 would not return until 1448 hours that afternoon, a long day and one for the record books!
The Department later classified both Box 785 and Box 758 as Second Alarms and Box 340 as a Third Alarm. The "tale of the tape" is as follows:
0526 Box 785 Sqd. Co. 4 Eng. Co. 9-8-10-15 Lad. Co. 11-12 Res. Co. 1 Batt. 4 (86-8 Gifford Ave.)
0529 WF 785 Eng. Co. 19 Lad. Co. 8 Batt. 2 Div. 1 MSU Car 20-30
0533 S/C 785 Eng. Co. 2-22 Lad. Co. 4
0539 Box 758 Eng. Co. 13-7-11-5 Lad. Co. 3-6 Batt. 1 B/O Tower Ladder 4 (174 Virginia Ave.)
0539 Tower Ladder 4 assigned to Box 758; Lad. Co. 3 redirected to Box 785
0541 Box 759 Eng. Co. 18-6 Lad. Co. 9-7 Batt. 3 (vicinity box; assignment went to work at Box 758)
0617 Box 340 No. Hudson Eng. Co. 2-9 Hoboken Eng. Co. 5 Lad. Co. 7 No. Hudson Lad. Co. 2 (23 St. Paul's Ave.)
0630 Box 340 Div. 1
0634 WF 340 Hoboken Lad. Co. 2
0635 WF 340 Lad. Co. 2
0637 2-2 340 Bayonne Eng. Co. 6-5 Bayonne Lad. Co. 3
0646 S/C 785 Eng. Co. 6
0647 S/C 785 Eng. Co. 18
0650 S/C 340 North Hudson Sqd. Co. 2
0651 S/C 340 North Hudson Eng. Co. 6
0708 S/C 340 Kearny Eng. Co. 1
0710 Mutual Aid Bloomfield Eng. Co. 1, Belleville Eng. Co. 2, Nutley Trk. Co. 1, Millburn Batt. Chief to various cover
0726 S/C 340 Harrison Lad. Co. 1
0732 3-3 340 Kearny Eng. Co. 3 Lad. Co. 8
0737 S/C 340 Bayonne Eng. Co. 3
0739 S/C 340 Secaucus Eng. Co. 3 Secaucus Lad. Co. 1
0758 Mutual Aid Newark Eng. Co. 5-14 Trk. Co. 8 Batt. 5 to Eng. Co. 19, Lad. Co. 8, Batt. 2
As Group C personnel reported for duty at 0800 hours, several companies were transported to Box 340, including Tower Ladder 4 who operated their tower at this box as well.
Gong Club, Inc.
MONDAY 15 AUGUST
Twickenham – kitchen fire
Fire crews were called to a small fire at a house on Crane Road in Twickenham earlier today. The fire is thought to have started when a toaster, which had been placed on a heated hob, caught alight. An older woman was in the kitchen when the fire started and left the building before the brigade arrived. She was treated for smoke inhalation by the London Ambulance Service. Twickehan fire station Sub Officer Terry Endicott said: “Fortunately the woman did the right thing to get out and stay out until we arrived. We were also pleased to report that a smoke alarm which had been fitted correctly in the kitchen would have raised the alert even if the woman had been in a different part of the house. We would remind everyone to take care with electrical appliances and cooking equipment.” Crews arrived at 0852 and the fire was under control by 0901. Firefighters from Twickenham and Feltham attended the blaze.
Twickenham – house fire
A fire broke out in a two storey house on Constance Road in Twickenham yesterday afternoon. Four fire engines and around twenty firefighters using breathing apparatus attended the blaze which badly damaged the first floor. Four people managed to get out of the building before the brigade arrived, one of whom was treated by the London Ambulance Service. The cause of the fire is being investigated. The brigade was called at 1815 and the fire was under control at 2206. Firefighters from Twickenham, Heston and Feltham fire stations attended. The fire is under investigation.
Brooklyn, N. Y. 08/15/05 @ 24:00 hrs.
Coney Island Section
address: 2816 West 8th. St. @ Neptune Ave.
3562 @ 23:50
Engs. 245, 318, 246, 253*
T. Lad. 161, Lad. 166
Rescue Co. #5*
Squad Co. #1*
* 4 Engs. / 2 Tks. / Rescue & Sqd. due to numerous calls
10 - 75 - 3562 @ 23:55
Ladder 169 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
20 Story Class 1 200 x 300 O. M. D.
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Court Yard
Exp. #3: Is a Court Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Street
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 3562 @ 00:02
Batt. 43 reports: At Box 3562, Using All - Hands for a fire in a 17th. floor Apt. It's a 20 Story Class 1 High Rise multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Searches are in - progress. Fire is Doubtful.
Batt. 43: 3562, We're continuing to use All - Hands. All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary searches are delayed due to a heavy smoke condition.
Division 8: Box 3562, Fire is UnderControl. Secondary searches on the floor above is negative. Secondary searches in the Fire Apt. are still underway.
Division 8: Box 3562, Secondary searches in the Fire Apt. are negative. Secondary searches in the hallways, and both stairwells from the fire floor to the roof are all negative.
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Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 03:56:17 -0000
HFD: House Fire-10324 Raymondville (Tac7) 414W - working fire
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 09:32:45 -0000
HFD:1-11 House Fire 497F (Tac7) Working Fire - District 45
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Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 06:07:27 -0000
DANE COUNTY FIRE - Sun Prairie Fire responding to a fire at 2125 Mcoy Rd in the Town of Burke. Police on scene reporting visible smoke. Unknown channel assignment.
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 10:26:21 -0500
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0016hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 144 NE NORTHGATE WAY - SEATTLE, WA
0024hrs - POSS STRUCTURE FIRE - 2258 SPRINGMONT AV - COLUMBUS, OH
0028hrs - BARK FIRE - 2111 NE 47TH ST - SEATTLE, WA
0119hrs - FIRES - BLK 101 FRWY / S VICTORIA AV - VENTURA, CA
0221hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4902 DICKENS DR - COLUMBUS, MADISON TWP, OH
0226hrs - FIRES - 5200 BLK HIDALGO ST - CAMARILLO, CA
0303hrs - BUILDING FIRE - WESTHEIMER RD - HOUSTON, TX
0330hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 650 N PEARL - DALLAS, TX
0413hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - EVANSTON ST - HOUSTON, TX
0452hrs - BUILDING FIRE - DUNVALE RD - HOUSTON, TX
0504hrs - FIRE/RPT TAKEN - 412 HIGHLAND CT - IOWA CITY, IA
0517hrs - FIRE - 760 NW 140 ST - MIAMI, FL
0550hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - S HASKELL - DALLAS, TX
0618hrs - FIRES - BLK W TELEGRAPH RD / SYCAMORE RD - SANTA PAULA, CA
0620hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 6632 ZARZAMORA ST S - SAN ANTONIO, TX
0739hrs - CHECK FOR FIRE - HOLLYGLEN DR - HOUSTON, TX
0821hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - LOCKSLEY RD - HOUSTON, TX
0843hrs - BRUSH FIRE - EAST GREEN LAKE DR N / MERIDIAN AV N - SEATTLE, WA
0948hrs - BUILDING FIRE - CLAY - HOUSTON, TX
1033hrs - FIRES - BLK STATION 4 @8303 TELEPHONE RD - VENTURA, CA
1039hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - AIRPORT BLVD - HOUSTON, TX
1040hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5743 BROKEN LANCE - SAN ANTONIO, TX
1109hrs - BUILDING FIRE - WESTHEIMER RD - HOUSTON, TX
1130hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 717 W MILLETT - DALLAS, TX
1130hrs - FIRE-REPORTONLY - 3200 MC CULLOUGH AV - SAN ANTONIO, TX
1138hrs - FIRE - 29TH AVE E AND DEVON ST - TAMPA, FL
1323hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1706 WOODCREST RD - COLUMBUS FIRE, OH
1332hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - YELLOWSTONE TRL - HOUSTON, TX
1354hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 187000 I75 - SARASOTA, FL
1359hrs - BUILDING FIRE - GULF FWY - HOUSTON, TX
1432hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - ALBERT - SHREVEPORT, LA
1432hrs - FIRE - ALBERT - SHREVEPORT, LA
1450hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - ALBANY - SHREVEPORT, LA
1452hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - RIVERWAY - HOUSTON, TX
1518hrs - BUILDING FIRE - MONRAD DR - HOUSTON, TX
1535hrs - FIRES - 0-100 BLK POINSETTIA GARDENS DR - VENTURA, CA
1606hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - DRESDEN - HOUSTON, TX
1609hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - N SUMTER BLVD & W PRICE BLVD - SARASOTA, FL
1617hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BARBERRY DR - HOUSTON, TX
1650hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK MOUNTAIN VIEW ST - OAK VW, CA
1658hrs - BUILDING FIRE - ST JOSEPH PKWY - HOUSTON, TX
1659hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - HOLLISTER - HOUSTON, TX
1700hrs - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FIRE - 253 MARK TWAIN LN - SARASOTA, FL
1701hrs - BUILDING FIRE - ST JOSEPH PKWY - HOUSTON, TX
1704hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - HOLLISTER - HOUSTON, TX
1723hrs - WOODS ON FIRE - ALLENDALE RD - HOUSTON, TX
1739hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - LA SALLE - HOUSTON, TX
1803hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - MEMORIAL DR - HOUSTON, TX
1815hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - STONER - SHREVEPORT, LA
1819hrs - FIRE - STONER - SHREVEPORT, LA
1822hrs - FIRES - 900 BLK RUTH DR - NEWBURY PK, CA
1825hrs - CHECK FOR FIRE - SYCAMORE SHADOWS DR - HOUSTON, TX
1850hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - LOUISIANA - SHREVEPORT, LA
1913hrs - BUILDING FIRE - SELINSKY - HOUSTON, TX
1923hrs - FIRES - 3100 BLK CORPUS CHRISTI ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA
1931hrs - RUBBISH FIRE - 1ST AV / PIKE ST - SEATTLE, WA
1935hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GUSTINE LN - HOUSTON, TX
1949hrs - FIRES - BLK SHADY OAKS DR / W HILLCREST DR - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
2016hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - HILLIS - HOUSTON, TX
2026hrs - FIRES - 2100 BLK HOLIDAY PINES RD - SANTA ROSA VALLEY, CA
2029hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GREENS PKWY - HOUSTON, TX
2032hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - SWIFT RD & CLARK RD - SARASOTA, FL
2034hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - VIKING - SHREVEPORT, LA
2036hrs - FIRE - VIKING - SHREVEPORT, LA
2048hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ROWAN LN - HOUSTON, TX
2128hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - ALABONSON RD - HOUSTON, TX
2140hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4620 THOUSAND OAKS APT: 1707 - SAN ANTONIO, TX
2210hrs - FIRE-OTHER - 860 NW 114 ST - MIAMI, FL
2232hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - LINWOOD - SHREVEPORT, LA
2240hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 9588 FOREST - DALLAS, TX
2321hrs - FIRES - BLK 23 FRWY / SUNSET HILLS BL - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
2324hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - HAYES - HOUSTON, TX
2335hrs - FIRE - JEWELLA - SHREVEPORT, LA
2336hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - JEWELLA - SHREVEPORT, LA
*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*
- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) email@example.com
On August 15th:
1877c.? - Machias - ME - Samuel Sylvanus homestead burned by British 1877 - Possible typo in source document ???? maybe 1778
1878c. - Hartford - VT - White River Junction - Junction House (Hotel) burned to ground, 2.5 and 3.5 Story wood frame 30x150
1878c. - Raymond - NH - Railroad station and station storage house consumed by fire - Railroad station burned down again in 1892
1907 - Old Orchard Beach - ME - Known as The Great Fire At Old Orchard Beach - Seventy-five acres of property destroyed in the heart of the resort town - Every Big Hotel with the exception of one, plus dozens of cottages in burned to ground - One killed, three injured - Property loss near $1,000,000 - Hundreds homeless
1919c. - Milford - NH - Cottage St - Page and Cote Mill burned
1939 - Milford - NH - Wilton Rd - Hayward's (Ice Cream) Farm - Barn burns down
1942c. - Bethlehem (Maplewood) - NH - Maplewood Resort Colony - Main dwelling at Maplewood Farm and several smaller structures destroyed by fire (other fires at colony occurred Dec 1943, Jan 1963, Jun 1963
1981 - Concord - NH - Ramada Inn - 2nd suspicious fire in same night caused FF's to rescue 24 guests over ladders
1999 - Grande Isle - VT - Working Fire - 55 Hyde Rd - 2 Story Wood Frame fully involved per 34C1
Notable incidents beyond New England
1885 - Schenectady - NY - Dock Street - Schermerhorn & Sons hay barn and straw barn burn
1911 - Schenectady - NY - Union Hall Block suffers heavy damage by fire
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