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National Incidents

Friday, September 16, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** SPRINGFIELD AVE & 21ST. 3 RESCUES MADE ATT. FIRE COULD BE IN THE BASEMENT, WITH SMOKE ON ALL FL'S. MAPLEWOOD ENG O/S AS THE FAST TEAM,EAST ORANGE LADDER,UNION & HILLSIDE ENG'S FOR COVER NYT18 * NJ88 [1STR]. 5:07a.m.

FINAL U/D IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** SPRINGFIELD AVE & 21ST. CMD REPORTS ALL FIRE K/D. EMS TREATING ONE FIREFIGHTER AND ONE CIVILIAN. FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED U/C. NJ88 * NYT18 [1STR]. 5:26a.m.

DETROIT,MI (WAYNE): *2ND ALARM* W. 7 MILE x STEEL. FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BLDG 125 x 100. CHIEF 4 REPORTS BLDG GOING GOOD. 2ND SQUAD IS R.I.T. TEAM. COMMAND POST IN FRT OF BLDG. PD FOR TRAFFIC. MON: DET. TRS # 8239 FNNM-400. 6:53a.m.

9/16/2005 9:10:54 AM (0429HRS) LA CITY FIRE MAJ EMERG: 1655 W. ADAMS BL. 2-STY SFD W/I. 2 F/F INJ. K/D 0515 HRS. FIREPAGE (R) LA-1. 11:12a.m.

EAST PENNSBORO PA (CUMBERLAND CO) 2ND ALM AND A S/C 3 CARLETON RD FOR A REKINDLE OF A DWG FROM 0400 HRS NOW HVY FIRE THRU ROOF 2 LADDER PIPES SET UP EVAC TONES SOUNDED DC/PA1. 2:04p.m.

VENTNOR CITY NJ (ATLANTIC) *3RD ALARM* 1902 BEACH AVE HEAVY FIRE IN A CONDO. COLLAPSE OF FIRE BLDG. EAN840* [EAN]. 2:06p.m.

MOORPARK, CA: 2ND ALARM 4320 LAURELHURST RD. 1-STY SFD F/I. (ICP 419). 3:02p.m.

U/D VENTNOR CITY *MULTI ALARM FIRE* 1902 BEACH AVE, COMMAND NOW REPORTS THAT THEY ARE STARTING TO MAKE PROGRESS NOW, FIRE INVOLVED MULTI CONDO COMPLEX BLDG'S. *EAN840* [EAN]. 5:57p.m.

U/D VENTNOR CITY NJ (ATLANTIC) *MULTI ALARM FIRE* 1902 BEACH AVE, COMMAND NOW REPORTS THAT THEY ARE STARTING TO MAKE PROGRESS NOW, FIRE INVOLVED MULTI CONDO COMPLEX BLDG'S. *EAN840* [EAN]. 5:57p.m.


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Alerts for 09/16/2005:


19:12. PORTER KINGSTON. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 13963 CHAMBERS RD. FIRE IN SFD. STA 380 351 MED 6 EMS 462 ON THE CARD.. OPS:154.190/159.240. OFN004 (C)


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We cover the entire State of Ohio, portions of Western Pennsylvania, and Northern Kentucky.


Friday, September 16, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

Cleveland W/F @E 38 & Central / B-1 has 2 garages well involved W/Extension to a 2.5 stry frm house. Box: Engs 17,Tac5, L-9, Squad 1 & B-1. Eng 1 worker / T-1 Rit. Also AC-1. 4 Lines (FPO/D700). 4:15a.m.

Cleveland W/F @ 2038 E 69 / B-1 has a 2.5 stry frm vacant house well involved. Box: Engs 10,17,T-10,Squad 3 & B-1. Tac 5 worker / L-9 Rit. 3 Lines (FPO/D700). 11:20p.m.

Cleveland W/F @ 2025 E 81 / B-2 has a fire in a 3 stry brk occupied apt bldg. Box: Engs 26,1,T-1,Squad 4 & B-2. Eng 22 worker / L-4 Rit. Lines (FPO/D700). 11:34p.m.

ERIE, PA: W/F 2500 BLK GRAND AVE. 2.5-STY WD FRM, SMK/FIRE SHOWING. COs: ENG-13,8,6 T/L-1 DC-322 S/C ENG-3,12 EMS-35. FPO/801/D701 (c). 11:40p.m.


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New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
as dispatched over the Metro Notification System

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


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2005

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 16:36
STATEN ISLAND: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1544 H/M @ 1500 VICTORY BLVD x GREENLEAF. UNK TYPE OF SUBSTANCE COMING FROM A PIPE. NO FAST TK REQ. SQ-252 W HM UNIT S/C. REQ DEP TO SCENE TO CHECK ON POSSIBLE DYE [MNS342]

@ 18:0
STATEN ISLAND: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1544 H/M aoi 1500 VICTORY BLVD x GREENLEAF / MANOR. UNK TYPE OF GREEN COLORED SUBSTANCE COMING FROM STREET, H/M STILL TAKING READINGS. [MNS342]

@ 19:07
STATEN ISLAND: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1544 H/M aoi 1500 VICTORY BLVD x GREENLEAF / MANOR. NYC DEP HAS IDENTIFIED SUBSTANCE AS "AN UNKNOWN HARMLESS GREEN DYE!!" RELEASING UNITS, U/C [MNS342]


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

@ 17:00
NEWARK, N. J. ( ESSEX CO ) W/F *ALL-HANDS* AOF 56 VAN NESS PLACE FIRE IN A 3 STY O/M/D

@ 22:44
ROOSEVELT, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) W/F SIG 10: aof 23 ELM ST x RAY AVE / DEAD END. 2.5 FRAME PRI DWG., HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING. M/A MERRICK FOR FAST TEAM & SIG 30 FOR REFRESHMENTS / REHAB [MNS342]

@ 22:48
ROOSEVELT, N.Y. ( NASSAU COUNTY ) A WORKING FIRE NUMBER 22 ELM ST. IN THE DEAD END OFF OF RAY ST. FIRE IN A PRIVATE HOUSE, MUTUAL AID TO THE SCENE AND TO STAND BY. MNS#559.


NATIONAL NEWS:

@ 21:00
SPANISH FLATS / LAKE BERRYESSA, CA. ( NAPA CO ) "MAJOR WILDLAND FIRE" 200 ACRES PLUS, RAPID RATE OF SPREAD, HIGHWAY 128 NR THE NAPA / SOLANO CO LINE, C. D. F. + M/A FROM NAPA, SOLANO & YOLO CO'S


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TAC-9 RADIO & PAGING INCIDENT REPORT:
(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).


Friday, September 16, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

MVA MASHPEE, MA ROUTE 130 NEAR SANDWICH LINE. HEAD-ON CRASH 1-1045-C1 (FATAL) MASHPEE AND SANDWICH ON-SCENE WORKING *33.78/800* C73 [TAC9-C383]. 1:01a.m.

MVA WINDHAM, ME. ON THE WINDHAM CENTER ROAD WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS BEING REQUESTED, BOX BEING STRUCK FOR ADDITIONAL MANPOWER. *154.220* [TAC9-C101]. 7:22a.m.

W/F DAMARISCOTTA, ME. 35 SCHOONER COVE. WDFRM APARTMENT COMPLEX. FIRE NOW KD. CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. M/A NEW CASTLE. 155.985 [TAC9-C38]. 3:21p.m.

U/D ACW EAST HARTFORD CT ON ECOLOGY DRIVE. A GARBAGE TRUCK FIRE INSIDE THE PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE. 2 L/S/O. CO'S REPORT BULK OF THE FIRE K/D. HOLDING ALL CO'S FOR EXTENDED OVERHAULING. *460.600* C09 [TAC9-C257]. 4:48p.m.

ACW EAST HARTFORD CT ON ECOLOGY DRIVE. A VEHICLE FIRE INSIDE THE PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE. 2 L/S/O. *460.600* C09 [TAC9-C257]. 4:50p.m.

MVA WINDSOR CT I-91 SOUTHBOUND NEAR THE PARK STREET OVERPASS. AN OVERTURNED TRACTOR-TRAILER AND SEVERAL CARS INVOLVED WITH A FUEL SPILL. SEVERAL 1045'S UNK CODE ON SCENE. *453.800/800 TRUNK* C09 [TAC9-C257]. 5:24p.m.

MISSING PERSON YORK BEACH, ME. OFF OLD MOUNTAIN ROAD NEAR MOUNT AGAMENTICUS CREWS ASSEMBLING FOR A SEARCH OF A MISSING 9 Y/O CHILD, M/A ATV'S REQUESTED TO THE SCENE. *154.265/154.8525* C243 [TAC9-C101]. 5:34p.m.

MVA W/EJECTION SMITHFIELD RI RT 295 SOUTHBOUND NORTH OF RT. 7 - REPORTED MULTIPLE VICTIMS IN THE HIGHWAY 1-10-45-C1 (FATAL) 1 10-45-C2 M/A RESP TO SCENE *154.115* C115 [TAC9-C75]. 9:31p.m.

MVA MELROSE MA ON FRANKLIN ST WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS WORKING. STONEHAM FD RESP M/A *159.405* C343 [TAC9-C75]. 10:56p.m.


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Friday, September 16, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

WESTMORELAND CO, VA. 4500 KINGS HIGHWAY (ROUTE 3) MVA-MCI W/ TRAP & MEDEVAC. 3 VEH HEAD ON, 8 PATIENTS W 1 FATALITY, INOVA AIRCARE 1 ENROUTE, MULTIPLE UNITS FROM COMPANIES 1,2,4, LIFECARE WORKING. 453.800. (VFN106). 7:38a.m.

CHESTERFIELD, VA *MVA/TRAP* OTTERDALE RD @ OLD HUNDRED RD - (1) VEH INTO A TREE W/ (2) TRAPPED / S/C EXTRA ENGINE & EXTRA MEDIC (124/vm) (VFN22). 12:17p.m.

(U/D) CHESTERFIELD, VA *MVA/TRAP* OTTERDALE RD @ OLD HUNDRED RD - (1) PT EXTRICATED / STILL IN PROGRESS ON 2nd PT / MEDFLIGHT ENROUTE / S/C 3rd ENG (124/vm) (VFN22). 12:31p.m.

(U/D) CHESTERFIELD, VA *MVA/TRAP/MEDFLIGHT* OTTERDALE RD @ OLD HUNDRED RD - BOTH PTS EXTRICATED ATT / 2 REDS / 1 BY GROUND & 1 BY HELO *FINAL* (124) (VFN22). 12:49p.m.

VA BEACH VA MVA TRAP ON 264 WB AT WITCHDUCK RD (VFN12). 3:17p.m.

Spottsylvania Co,VA:*MVA/MEDIVAC* RT-3 NEAR LAUREL HILL CEMETARY [CO-5 CHANCELERSVILLE] SINGLE VEH ROLLOVER / VFN77 ON SCENE (VFN77). 11:32p.m.


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(EAN) Emergency Action Network
http://www.ean-inc.com/
Covering New Jersey, New York Metro area and
parts of Pennsylvania & Delaware.


Friday, September 16, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

HEIGHTSTOWN NJ (MERCER) *OVERTURNED TANKER W/FIRE* NJ TPK SOUTH @ 69 O/T TANKER FULLY INVOLVED. M/A TO SCENE. EANT22 EAN503. 8:48a.m.

U/D HEIGHTSTOWN NJ (MERCER) *HAZMAT/O-T TANKER* NJ TPK SOUTH 69. MEDIVAC A FLY, PANYNJ AIRPORT CRASH TRUCK ON S/B FOR FOAM. REPORTED HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ON FIRE. EAN51/ EAN503. 9:02a.m.

CAMDEN DE (KENT) 28 E.PEACH ST *HOUSEFIRE* 41 CMD O/S SMOKE SHOWING REQ 3 IN LINE EAN297. 1:07p.m.

EAST PENNSBORO PA (CUMBERLAND) *2ND ALARM* 3 CARLETON ROAD FOR A REKINDLE OF A DWELLING FROM 0400 HRS. NOW HVY FIRE THRU ROOF 2 LADDER PIPES SET UP. EVAC TONES SOUNDED. DC/PA1 EAN503. 3:06p.m.

VENTNOR CITY NJ (ATLANTIC) *3RD ALARM* 1902 BEACH AVE HEAVY FIRE IN A CONDO. COLLAPSE OF FIRE BLDG. EAN840* EAN840. 3:06p.m.

Correction: NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* RENNER AVE & VAN NESS PL. FIRE 2ND/3RD FL. EAN503. 4:37p.m.

NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* 50 RENNER AVE. FIRE 2ND/3RD FL OF 3 FRAME. TRK 11 IS FAST TEAM EAN503. 4:51p.m.

U/D VENTNOR CITY *MULTI ALARM FIRE* 1902 BEACH AVE, COMMAND NOW REPORTS THAT THEY ARE STARTING TO MAKE PROGRESS NOW, FIRE INVOLVED MULTI CONDO COMPLEX BLDG'S. *EAN840* EAN840. 6:57p.m.

U/D VENTNOR CITY NJ (ATLANTIC) *MULTI ALARM FIRE* 1902 BEACH AVE, COMMAND NOW REPORTS THAT THEY ARE STARTING TO MAKE PROGRESS NOW, FIRE INVOLVED MULTI CONDO COMPLEX BLDG'S. *EAN840* EAN840. 6:57p.m.

PLAINSBORO TWP. NJ /MIDDLESEX/ 311 FOX RUN **WORKING FIRE** FIRE IN THE BATHROOM OF AN UNKNOWN TYPE BUILDING; FIRE KNOCKED DOWN;NEGATIVE EXTENSION;VENTILATION IN PROGRESS;M/A FAST TRUCK MONROE TWP. 57 & COVER EAN51. 8:08p.m.


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


Friday, September 16, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **WORKING FIRE** CLAIRMONT AVE. - UNK. CROSS ST - FIRE ON 3RD FL OF 3 STORY BLDG. - 3 LINES IN OPERATION - PRIMARY SEARCHES (-) BULK OF FIRE K/D - ALL MANPOWER WORKING AT THIS TIME. NJ3690. 3:13a.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **WORKING FIRE** CLAIRMONT AVE. - UNK. CROSS ST - FIRE ON 3RD FL OF 3 STORY BLDG. - ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D - CMD. DELCARES NOW U/C - REQUESTING ARSON INV. TO SCENE. NJ3690. 3:28a.m.

FINAL U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **WORKING FIRE** 221 CLAIRMONT AVE. FIRE ON 3RD FL OF 3 STORY BLDG. - ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D - OVERHAUL IN PROGRESS - EXTRA MANPOWER BEING RELEASED. NJ3690. 3:49a.m.

IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL** SPRINGFIELD AVE & 21ST ST. FIRE IN A 3 STY FRM WITH PEOPLE TRAPPED NYT18 * NJ88. 5:56a.m.

U/D IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** SPRINGFIELD AVE & 21ST. 3 RESCUES MADE ATT. FIRE COULD BE IN THE BASEMENT, WITH SMOKE ON ALL FL'S. MAPLEWOOD ENG O/S AS THE FAST TEAM,EAST ORANGE LADDER,UNION & HILLSIDE ENG'S FOR COVER NYT18 * NJ88. 6:06a.m.

FINAL U/D IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** SPRINGFIELD AVE & 21ST. CMD REPORTS ALL FIRE K/D. EMS TREATING ONE FIREFIGHTER AND ONE CIVILIAN. FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED U/C. NJ88 * NYT18. 6:25a.m.

HIGHTSTOWN, NJ (MERCER) **TANKER FIRE** NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE S/B AFTER THE MERGE APPROACHING EXIT 8. CAR VS TANKER WHICH IS FULLY-INVOLVED IN FIRE. SEVERAL INJS ALSO REPORTED. M/A FROM SURROUNDING TOWNS ENROUTE. AVOID THE AREA. NYT18. 8:47a.m.

BALDWIN, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** SUNRISE HWY. @ GRAND AVE. (RAYNOR RESTAURANT) ALL SERVICES O/S, 3 L/S/O, TRUCK IS VENTING & SEARCHES UNDERWAY,FIRE IS PWH. FIRE IS IN AN ABANDON COMMERCIAL BLDG. FD RPTG. A QUICK K/D. NY271 * NY512. 12:21p.m.

VENTNOR CITY, NJ (ATLANTIC) **5+ ALARM** VENTNOR CITY- VENTNOR HEIGHTS SECTION - SURRY CT. LARGE STRUCTURE FIRE AT APARTMENT COMPLEX. SEVERAL BUILDINGS INVOLVED. ONE BUILDING HAS COLLAPSED. NJ262. 2:56p.m.

MARPLE TOWNSHIP, PA (DELAWARE) **FUEL SPILL** I-476 BLUE ROUTE S/B AT BROOMALL/UPPER DARBY EXIT. MM 9. TANKER LEAKING. UNK WHAT IS LEAKING. ALL SERVICES O/S. TANKER WAS HIT BY FLYING DEBRIS. PA3181. 3:36p.m.

STATEN ISLAND, NY (NYC) **HAZ-MAT** VICTORY BLVD. @ MANOR ROAD BOX 1544 - VICTORY BLVD @ MANOR RD. - ALL HANDS HAZMAT TO CONTAIN UNK GREEN LIQUID RISING FROM THE GROUND. - DEP REQUESTED TO SCENE. VICTORY BLVD IS CLOSED. NYT18 * NJ3690. 4:32p.m.

U/D VENTNOR CITY, NJ (ATLANTIC) **5+ ALARM** VENTNOR CITY - SURRY CT 5 FIREFIGHTERS INJURED. FIRE IS STILL BLAZING. NJ262. 4:40p.m.

U/D STATEN ISLAND, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS HAZ-MAT** BOX 1544: I/F/O 1800 VICTORY BLVD NEAR MANOR ROAD. DIV-8 HAS AN UNK GREEN SUBSTANCE LEAKING UP FROM THE STREET AND NOW FLOWING INTO STORM DRAINS. POSS FROM AN UNDERGROUND TRANSFORMER. DEP & ADDTL HAZMAT UNITS REQ WITH SPEEDY DRY AND TO INVESTIGATE. NJ891 * NJ3690 * NYT18. 4:43p.m.

NEWARK, NJ (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** 56 VAN NESS PLACE I/C REPORTING WORKING FIRE AT LOCATION. ALL SEARCHES NEGATIVE. FIRE IS U/C. COMPANY'S CLEANING UP. NJ3690 * NJ891. 4:50p.m.

U/D STATEN ISLAND, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS HAZ-MAT** BOX 1544: I/F/O 1800 VICTORY BLVD NEAR MANOR ROAD. DIV-8 STILL ATTEMPTING TO IDENTIFY THE UNK GREEN SUBSTANCE LEAKING UP FROM THE STREET. DEP, CON-ED, HAZMAT ALL ASSISTING. SITUATION REMAINS DWH. NJ3690 * NYT18. 5:21p.m.

U/D VENTNOR CITY, NJ (ATLANTIC) **5+ ALARM** VENTNOR CITY - SURRY CT CAPE MAY CO AND CAMDEN CO EMS TASK FORCES MOBILIZED TO RESPOND. NJ262. 5:23p.m.

SADDLE BROOK, NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** 151 SKILLMAN TERR. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. EMS REQUESTED FOR A BURN VICTIM. NJ465 * NJ465. 6:44p.m.

U/D SADDLE BROOK, NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** 151 SKILLMAN TERR. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING NOW K/D & PWH. EMS CONTINUING IN FOR A BURN AND SMOKE INHALATION VICTIM. NJ465. 6:50p.m.

AVENEL, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **HAZ-MAT** AVENEL STREET @ RAHWAY AVE. - LARGE OIL SPILL IN ROADWAY - CMD REQUESTING COUNTY HAZMAT [ETA 10 MIN] & BUCKETS OF SPEEDY DRY. NJ3690. 6:59p.m.

FINAL U/D STATEN ISLAND, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS HAZ-MAT** BOX 1544. 1800 VICTORY BLVD. NEAR MANOR RD. GREEN "SUBSTANCE' DETERMIMED TO BE HARMLESS GREEN DYE. NY003 * NJ465. 7:14p.m.

FINAL U/D AVENEL, NJ (MIDDLESEX) **HAZ-MAT** AVENEL STREET @ RAHWAY AVE. - LARGE OIL SPILL IN ROADWAY - COUNTY HAS DETERMINED THAT SPEEDY DRY WILL ABSORB THE HAZARD - NOTHING FURTHER REQUIRED - ALL UNITS CLEARING. NJ3690. 7:17p.m.

ROOSEVELT, NY (NASSAU) **GENERAL ALARM** 22 ELM STREET AT RAY AVE FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A TO THE SCENE. NY003 * NJ109. 10:53p.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.


Friday, September 16, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)


WORLD Report:

DAMASCUS, SYRIA. MAJOR FIRE, MANAKHLYA MARKET (DOWNTOWN). SEVERAL LARGE 1/FR WAREHOUSES DESTROYED, EXTENSION INTO MARKET PROPER. 4.5HR K/D, 1 FIREFIGHTER HOSPITALISED. TFN315. 5:17p.m.

BRIGHTON (SUSSEX), UK. PUMPS 10, CLIFTON ST. & BUCKINGHAM PL. 4/BK OMD, ROOF EXTENDING DOWNWARDS. TFN315. 5:20p.m.

OVERNIGHT. PATNA, (BIHAR), INDIA. FATAL FIRE, KHUSROPUR VILLAGE. FIREWORKS FACTORY, MANY EXPLOSIONS, BUILDING HAS COLLAPSED. POOR ACCESS. 32 DEAD, 20
CRITICAL, MANY MORE INJURED, SEARCHES I/P. TFN315. 5:25p.m.


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


Friday, September 16, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

MFN-RESCUE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ 3+ Medic Units Working/ Dundalk Av & Gus (Box 11-1)/ BC-1 (Devilbiss) reporting MVA w/multiple patients/ Ops on C-1 MFN-4. 1:28p.m.

MFN-RESCUE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ 3+ Medic Units Working/ Dundalk Av & Gusryan St (Box 11-1)/ UPDATE: Command reporting 3 Pri 1/ 2 patients trapped/ M/A Balto Co. / Ops on C-1 MFN-4. 1:30p.m.

MFN-RESCUE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ 3+ Medic Units Working/ Dundalk Av & Gusryan St (Box 11-1)/ UPDATE: Command reporting 3 Pri 1/ 2 patients trapped/ M/A Balto Co./ 5 Medics / Ops on C-1 MFN-4. 1:32p.m.

MFN-RESCUE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ 3+ Medic Units Working/ Dundalk Av & Gusryan St (Box 11-1)/ FINAL: BC-1 reporting all patients extricated/ packaged and enroute to area hospitals/ Ops on C-1 MFN-4. 1:41p.m.


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(covering the entire state of Arizona)
http://www.icp-az.org or http://www.incidentcommandpage.com


Friday, September 16, 2005

(Mountain Standard Time Zone)

ICP: AvondaleFD 3-1-HSE 3213 N 109TH AVE Units onscene of a W/F. TFC:Ch9 155.670 [ICP444]. 3:49a.m.

ICP: PeoriaFD 1A-STR 8100 West BELL RD @ DENNY'S BC191 ONS of a W/F req a balance TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP242]. 5:12a.m.

ICP U/D: GlenFD 1A-STR CMD went to a 1A on arrival - corrected city is Glendale TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP242]. 5:13a.m.

ICP: GlendaleFD 3-1-STR 8100 W BELL RD Units onscene of a W/F. TFC:Ch6 154.310 [ICP444]. 5:14a.m.

ICP: GlendaleFD 1A-STR 8100 W BELL RD TFC:Ch6 154.310 [ICP444]. 5:16a.m.

ICP U/D: PeoFD 1A-STR CMD advising F/C & PAR - hold to a 3-1 - recall balance TFC: Ch6 154.310 [ICP444,242]. 5:17a.m.

ICP-U/D: GlendaleFD 1A Per CMD, hold the assignment to units on the scene, recall the responding units. Corrected address is 8131 W Bell Rd. TFC:Ch6 154.310 [ICP444]. 5:18a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD ALERT-2 Sky Harbor Airport Runway 8. Aircraft with a generator problem. TFC:Ch2 154.250 ICP444]. 8:05a.m.

ICP:PrescottFD 962TRT HWY 89 & HWY 69, E75 ons w\ car over embankment, Lev1 ,launch Native 4,respond E74 for TRT, TFC:Ch2 154.340,PPD 154.800(ICP324). 8:13a.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD A-2 Per CMD, the aircraft has landed w/o incident. TFC:Ch2 154.250 [ICP444]. 8:25a.m.

ICP: TempeFD 3-1-HSE 325 E CORNELL DR Units onscene of a W/F. RIC assignment is enroute. TFC:Ch7 154.145 [ICP444m]. 10:48a.m.

ICP: MesaFD HELO REQUEST UNKNOWN LOCATION Units are ons requesting a medical helicopter for a patient with facial trauma from a circuliar saw. TFC:Ch3 153.950 tg3066 LZ-Ch4 154.280 [ICP963]. 10:54a.m.

ICP-U/D: MesaFD HELO Scene is at the General Motors Prooving Grounds in the area of Sossoman & Ray. Native1 has a 14 min ETA. TFC:Ch3 153.950 tg3066 LZ-Ch4 154.280 [ICP963]. 10:57a.m.

ICP: TempeFD 1A-HSE 325 E CORNELL DR Units ons of a working house fire. BC-271 is CMD. TFC:Ch7 154.145 [ICP963]. 11:06a.m.

ICP: ChandlerFD 2-1-MED 1255 N DOBSON RD TFC:B2 155.955 [ICP444]. 1:29p.m.

ICP-U/D: ChandlerFD MED Per CMD, they have 6 pts ATT. TFC:B2 155.955 [ICP444]. 1:35p.m.

ICP-U/D: ChandlerFD MED This will be at Andersen Junior High. TFC:B2 155.955 [ICP444]. 1:42p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 2-1-MED 7TH ST/DEER VALLEY Units onscene of a serious 962 with 1 Lev4(Fatal) & 2 Lev1 pts. TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP444]. 3:51p.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD MED Per CMD, they have all pts extricated and in treatment. TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP444]. 3:56p.m.

ICP: TempeFD HAZ1 4505 S HARDY TFC:Ch7 154.145 [ICP444]. 5:26p.m.

ICP: TollesonFD 962F 8300 West BUCKEYE RD Reported MVA w/fire TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP242]. 5:48p.m.

ICP U/D: TolFD 962F E160 ONS with vehicle involved w/fire and advising no injuries TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP242]. 5:54p.m.

ICP: BuckeyeValleyFD BRUSH FIRE 31600 W BASELINE RD Numerous units enroute & ONS TFC: B12 154.085 [ICP242]. 7:56p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1 APT 2322 W THOMAS RD #225 Units ons of a working apartment fire. TFC:C8 153.770 [ICP415,963]. 8:15p.m.

ICP: ChandlerFD HELO REQUEST 5990 S VAL VISTA E287 ons requesting AirEvac8 to respond for a injured person at the Basha High School Football Field. TFC:B2 155.955 LZ-Ch4 154.280 [ICP415,963]. 8:27p.m.

ICP: BuckeyeFD 962R 191st AVE / INDIAN SCHOOL RD TFC: B12 154.085 [ICP242]. 11:14p.m.

ICP U/D: BuckFD 962R MCSO ONS advising looks serious - pos alcohol related TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO Dig 43120 [ICP242]. 11:16p.m.

ICP U/D: BuckFD 962R L311 advising 2 PTs 1 IMMEDIATE - 1 DELAYED - req a helo TFC: B12 154.085, MCSO Dig 43120 [ICP242]. 11:19p.m.


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Friday, September 16, 2005

(Mountain Standard Time)

APSN: WORKING FIRE Mesa FD 2219 E GARNET AVE Units ons of a working fire, add'l units arriving ons. FREQ:154.235 [APSN37]. 9:58a.m.

APSN: 211 ARMED ROBERRY Glendale PD 5400 W NORTHERN @ A BANK Units ons a 211 w/ shots fired, units setting up a perimeter FREQ: GlenPD 800 Mhz System CH3 TG: 00305 [APSN33]. 10:13a.m.

APSN: 1st ALARM HOUSE FIRE Tempe FD 325 E CORNELL Units ons a W/F requesting the Balance FREQ: CH7 154.1450 [APSN33]. 10:46a.m.

APSN U/D: TempFD 1st ALARM W/F: EMERGENCY TRAFFIC has been sounded All units are evacuating the interior & going in DEFENSIVE Mode, roof is collapsing
FREQ: CH7 154.1450 [APSN33]. 10:51a.m.

APSN: WORKING 1ST ALARM FIRE Tempe FD 325 E CORNELL DR Units ons of a working house fire, going DEFENSIVE and requesting the balance of a FIRST ALARM. FREQ:154.145 [APSN37]. 10:51a.m.

APSN: 1st ALARM W/F Tempe FD 325 E CORNELL. Working fire. FREQ: Ch7 154.145 [APSN02w]. 10:54a.m.

APSN U/D: TempFD 1st ALARM W/F: CMD advising they have a PAR on all units & Fire control, investigator enroute FREQ: CH7 154.1450 [APSN33]. 11:15a.m.

APSN U/D: GlenPD 211: Units have premeter set up, air unit & k9's are ons searching FREQ: 800 Mhz system CH3 TG:00305 [APSN33]. 11:27a.m.

APSN: COYOTE HOUSE Phoenix PD 7525 W MCKINSEY Units are ons setting up perimeter around house, unk how many subjects are inside, Air unit enroute
FREQ: A Deck 8 155.4300 [APSN33]. 3:00p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxPD COYOTE HOUSE: Units have 20-30 subjects inside, additional units enroute to assist FREQ: A Deck 8 155.4300 [ASPN33]. 3:04p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxPD COYOTE HOUSE: Units advising all the subjects are in custody, house is clear & other units responding can go in service FREQ: A Deck 8 155.4300 [ASPN33]. 3:08p.m.

APSN: 2-1 MEDICAL 963 FATAL ACCIDENT Phoenix FD 7th ST / DEER VALLEY RD. Rptd one 901H and 2 immediates ATT. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02w]. 3:55p.m.


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Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.


Friday, September 16, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

STLFN-OVERNITE (00:00hrs) CENTREVILLE (ST.CLAIR Co.),IL: MIDWAY & GOLDEN GARDEN FD's WORKED A GARAGE FIRE @ 220 N. 49th ST. M/A FROM CHURCH ROAD FD [STL835(HL)899]. 7:00a.m.

STLFN: St Charles Co., MO (Cottleville FPD) 1st Alarm Resid 944 Claycrest cross street Kisker. Fire in the laundry room (STL280). 11:24a.m.

STLFN: (DELAYED FROM 1200 HRS) BELLEVILLE, IL (ST.CLAIR CO.) NORTHWEST AND SIGNAL HILL FDS WERE ON SCENE OF A HOUSE FIRE IN THE 400 BLK OF S.11th ST. QUICK K/D STATE FIRE MARSHALL REQUESTED. (STL 835). 3:08p.m.


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



UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON FIRE BRIGADE DAILY REPORT

26 Aug 05

2217 F27 Bow 15 PUMP FIRE, AERIALS x 2, HLU x 1 on Pudding Mill Lane, 1-sty waste facility 70m x 80m fully involved, using 3 jets, 4 ground monitors, ALP Aerial Ladder Platform monitor, HLU Hose Laying Unit, relay pumping operations.

2111 F25 Shadwell 4 pump fire at 12 Dakin Place x White Horse Rd, working 1st flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel.


27 Aug 05

0108 F35 Woodford 3 pump fire, persons reported at 40 Keynsham Ave, 2-sty private dwelling 8m x 8m, 1st flr fire using 1 hosereel, 2 civilians rescued from 2nd flr.


28 Aug 05

1226 G25 Ealing 4 pump fire at 7 Sutherland Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 15m x 8m, heavy fire both flrs with extension into the attic, using 3 hosereels, 3 civilians rescued.

1844 G28 Willesden 4 pum pfire at 717 North Circular Rd, fire in a 1-sty worksho- 5m x 20m extended to 5 autos, using 2 jets & 1 hosereel.

2207 E37 Peckham 15 PUMP FIRE, CYLINDERS REPORTED on Sumner Rd, unoccupied 4-sty building 100m x 25m, 2nd flr fully involved, NFI ATT.

2332 E33 Southwark Persons reported fire at Flat 4, Block E, Peabody Buildings, 2nd flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel, 3 civilians rescued w/smoke inhalation.


30 Aug 05

1622 F38 Romford 4 pump grass fire at Frinton Rd & Collier Row, using 4 hosereels.


31 Aug 05

0714 G36 Hammer****h 8 PUMP FIRE, PERSONS REPORTED at the Havelock Cavern Public House on Masbro Rd, 3-sty tavern & dwellings 18m x 11m, working basement fire extended to 1st flr, using 2 jets, 2 hosereels, TIC.

2015 G39 Feltham 4 pump fire, persons reported at 134 Northfield Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 18m x 8m fully involved, using 2 hosereels, TIC, 8 civilians rescued.

0059 A33 Tottenham 4 pump fire at 283 White Hart Lane, 2-sty private dwelling 6m x 8m, 1st flr fully involved, extending up and thru the roof, using 3 hosereels, TIC, 1 civilian rescued w/smoke inhalation and burns.


KC-01


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LOS ANGELES, CA:
MAJOR EMERGENCY STRUCTURE FIRE:


On Friday, September 16, 2005, at 0429 hours, (4:29 a.m. PDT), seventeen companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Deputy Chief, one Assistant Chief Officer Command Team, four Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams, two Battalion EMS Supervisors, six LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one Hazmat Squad, three Arson Units, and other Fire Department resources and city agencies, under the direction of Assistant Chief Jeffery Mottram, responded to a Major Emergency Structure Fire at 1655 West Adams Boulevard in the West Adams area. First units on the scene reported a large, two-story, vacant Victorian style single-family dwelling, well involved with fire. Using handlines, Firefighters aggressively attacked the fire while simultaneously conducting an initial search and rescue operation. During firefighting operations, the west wall of the structure collapsed onto two Firefighters. An Emergency Traffic Alert was immediately initiated for the down Firefighters and an intense rescue operation was started. Briefly trapped by the collapsed wall, the Firefighters were quickly rescued by the Rapid Intervention Company and other nearby Firefighters and taken to a place of safety for evaluation. One Firefighter suffered a broken right leg and left arm and the second Firefighter suffered first degree burns to his chin, left ear, and substantial bumps and bruises; both were transported to California Hospital in stable condition. With the integrity of the structure compromised, an Emergency Traffic Alert was issued to withdraw all Firefighters from within and around the involved structure. Firefighters immediately withdrew from the structure and took up a defensive position on the exterior of structure and used heavy stream appliances to knock down the fire. The fire was extinguished in fifty-one minutes. No other injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is listed as under investigation. Fire damage is still being tabulated.

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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LOS ANGELES, CA:
GREATER ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE:


On Friday, September 16, 2005 at 5:22 PM PDT, fifteen Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, two LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one EMS Battalion Captain, four Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams and various LAFD support and investigative resources, all under the direction of Assistant Chief Roderick Garcia responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 13843 Saticoy Street in Panorama City. 9-1-1 callers reported hearing a loud explosion before noticing roof damage and then smoke and flames emanating from the central portion of a six-unit 50’x100’ one-story industrial building. Firefighters arrived quickly to force entry through a visibly deformed rolling steel security door on the north side of the cinder-block building to extend handlines and do battle with well-entrenched flames. Their advance was hastened by the synchronized vertical ventilation efforts of their colleagues on the plywood-over-heavy-timber roof, large portions of which had clearly been displaced by the explosion. These brisk and well-coordinated activities held primary fire damage to the vicinity of a spray booth within “Vision Cabinets” a manufacturer of wood furnishings. Thanks to Firefighters diligent efforts, there was minimal fire extension to the immediately adjacent “Globe Works”. The flames were extinguished in just 32 minutes, and there were no injuries. Loss from the fire is estimated at $150,000 ($100,000 structure & $50,000 contents). The cause of this early evening blaze remains under active investigation.


REPORT PREPARED BY :
Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,

Brian Humphrey
Firefighter/Specialist
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD - E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

E-Mail: beh9593@lafd.lacity.org
LAFD Home Page: http://www.lafd.org
LAFD News Blog: http://lafd.blogspot.com


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UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON, ENGLAND

FRIDAY 16 SEPTEMBER

Camden Town - restaurant fire

Fire crews wearing breathing apparatus tackled thick black smoke to discover the seat of a fire at a restaurant in Parkway, Camden Town, early this morning. Four fire engines and 20 firefighters and were called to the fire, which started in an electrical cupboard, and managed to stop the blaze from spreading to the rest of the restaurant and the flats above. The cause is being investigated but is not thought to be suspicious.
The Brigade was called at 0228 and the fire was under control by 0443. Crews from Kentish Town and Euston fire stations attended the incident.

Shoreditch - Man rescued in flat blaze
Firefighters installed a smoke alarm after rescuing a man from a fire in his flat in Burke House, Aske Street,Shoreditch, early this morning. The fire appears to have started when cooking was left unattended. No smoke alarm was found in the flat, which could have given him time to escape before the Brigade arrived. The Brigade was called at 0439 and the fire was under control by 0449. Crews from Shoreditch and Kingsland fire stations were at the scene.


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


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HOUSTON DISPATCH
Houston TX area

Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005

From: "Daniel"

HFD: House Fire 6634 Trigate 571W (Tac 7) D-82, 1-11, Heavy fire from one story


Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005
From: "David"

HFD: House Fire- Napoleon@Rosal (462.975 Tac7) 1-11


Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005
From: "David"

HFD: 2-11 Fire- 7502 Airline (462.975 Tac7) Meatmarket fire


Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005
From: "Shane"

Houston 2-11 strip mall fire - Little York Rd & Airline Dr. Units are on scene, working fire in a strip mall: meat market/washeteria/carpet store/discount sales store and others involved.


Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005
From: "David"

HFD: Apt Fire- 2021 Westcreek (462.975 Tac7) Westcreek apt.s


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WI Incident Alert is for the scanner hobbyist, fire buff, and anyone interested in newsworthy fire/police and other emergency incidents happening in Wisconsin,also posted are mutual aid incidents involving WI depts over the state line)



From: John Schneider

Milwaukee Shooting - 9:12pm

1807 W Nash - Engine 36 on scene requesting a Med unit for a gun shot wound to torso,no other info

154.385


Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005
From: "Andy"

MKE Fire

2148 N. Buffum

Engine o/s reporting a structure fire with people trapped.

Special call for 2nd Med unit and extra truck in addition to the full assignment.

Andy


Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005
From: Andrew Jensen

Re: MKE Fire

Fire is in a 2.5 story wood frame dwelling. 2 lines operating on the fire with a 1 hour working time.

F1/F8

Andy


Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 23:52:15 -0000
From: "Andy"

MVA Greenfield

GFD/MFD o/s 33rd & Loomis Serious 2 vehicle MVA w/ JAWS working. Flight For Life requested but not available. MFD 154.385 GFD MCTRS 33104 GPD 32784


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Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2005-9-16
National Police and Fire Incidents


0028hrs - FIRE OUT - 17100 SW 149TH PL - MIAMI, FL

0039hrs - BUILDING FIRE - KATY FWY - HOUSTON, TX

0112hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - 6TH - SHREVEPORT, LA

0140hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2603 FOWLER - DALLAS, TX

0310hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 517 W JEFFERSON - DALLAS, TX

0323hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FONDREN RD - HOUSTON, TX

0333hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GREENS RD - HOUSTON, TX

0428hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 17TH ST & N WASHINGTON BLVD - SARASOTA, FL

0502hrs - FIRES - BLK JOHNSON DR / 101 FRWY - VENTURA, CA

0714hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GOLD - HOUSTON, TX

0740hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 500 SINGLETON - DALLAS, TX

0917hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - SANDPIPER DR - HOUSTON, TX

0943hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - S ANN ST & SUSQUEHANNA ST - LANCASTER, PA

0945hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - HOLLYWOOD - SHREVEPORT, LA

0945hrs - FIRE - HOLLYWOOD - SHREVEPORT, LA

1014hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 2621 PARLAY LN - SARASOTA, FL

1101hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5502 CASTLE KNIGHT - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1120hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3126 CARLSON - DALLAS, TX

1210hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - JUDY - SHREVEPORT, LA

1211hrs - FIRES - BLK LAURELHURST RD / MILL VALLEY RD - PCH HILL, CA

1217hrs - FIRE - 11195 SW 196TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1225hrs - FIRE - NW 10TH ST&NW 9TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

1225hrs - FIRE - 863 NW 10TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1310hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 636 BOW & ARROW - DALLAS, TX

1312hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 4545 SAND POINT WAY NE - SEATTLE, WA

1322hrs - FIRES - 400 BLK ANDREW DR - OJAI, CA

1332hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WAGONWHEEL LN - HOUSTON, TX

1339hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - FAIRVIEW AVE & HAGER ST - LANCASTER, PA

1350hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1300 DELGADO ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1359hrs - FIRE POLICE - W SUN HILL RD & CHICKIES CREEK - PENN, PA

1359hrs - FIRE - 1544 NE 150TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1409hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 14055 SW 88TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1414hrs - FIRE - 6440 SW 19TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1417hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - S MULBERRY ST & W MIFFLIN ST - LANCASTER, PA

1440hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 7133 BAYBERRY - DALLAS, TX

1442hrs - FIRES - 2800 BLK RACINE ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

1444hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - TRIGATE DR - HOUSTON, TX

1522hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - TEWANTIN - HOUSTON, TX

1527hrs - FIRE - NW 145TH ST&NW 7TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

1533hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - S GESSNER DR - HOUSTON, TX

1550hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5007 MILL CREEK - DALLAS, TX

1619hrs - FIRE POLICE - E FERDINAND ST & S MAIN ST - MANHEIM, PA

1620hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1125 WHITEHAVEN - DALLAS, TX

1640hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 10198 VISTADALE - DALLAS, TX

1713hrs - FIRE POLICE - S MAIN ST & E HIGH ST - MANHEIM, PA

1714hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BUCCANEER - HOUSTON, TX

1727hrs - FIRE - 19350 COLLINS AVE - MIAMI, FL

1733hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 26801 S DIXIE HWY - MIAMI, FL

1750hrs - FIRE-REPORTONLY - 5347 SAN FRNANDO ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1849hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK CLAY ST - FILMORE, CA

1850hrs - FIRE - 1300 BLOCK PENNSYLVANIA AVE - CLEARWATER, FL

1852hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK S GARDEN ST - VENTURA, CA

1910hrs - FIRE - SW 112TH AVE&SW 152ND ST - MIAMI, FL

1920hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 7333 POTRANCO RD APT: 37101 - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1929hrs - FIRES - 1900 BLK GALT ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

1941hrs - FIRE - 2951 NW 71ST ST - MIAMI, FL

1944hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - TERRY - SHREVEPORT, LA

1951hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - FERN - SHREVEPORT, LA

2000hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - GALWAY - SHREVEPORT, LA

2010hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - E 11TH 1/2 ST - HOUSTON, TX

2012hrs - FIRE - NE 109TH ST&BISCAYNE BLVD - MIAMI, FL

2042hrs - FIRES - 2000 BLK ALSCOT AV - SIMI VALLEY, CA

2056hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - GALWAY - SHREVEPORT, LA

2121hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ROSALIE - HOUSTON, TX

2121hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FAIRDALE LN - HOUSTON, TX

2121hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - NAPOLEON - HOUSTON, TX

2124hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - W ALABAMA ST - HOUSTON, TX

2134hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - ROLIDO DR - HOUSTON, TX

2238hrs - 211 FIRE - AIRLINE DR - HOUSTON, TX

2249hrs - FIRE - 3900 NW 21ST ST - MIAMI, FL

2251hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - W ALABAMA ST - HOUSTON, TX

2252hrs - FIRE - 8351 SW 4TH ST - MIAMI, FL

2317hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - DAVID RAINES - SHREVEPORT, LA

2330hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - OLD GATE - DALLAS, TX

2350hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 307 RAVENNA ST - SARASOTA, FL


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*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) n1qgs@yahoo.com


On September 16th:

1790
- Dublin - NH - (Friday prior to 09/16/1790 - Home of Samuel Griffin Esquire of Packersfield consumed by fire

1830 - Gloucester - MA - Great Fire - Main St (then Front St) from Town Landing to Porter Street, 27 dwellings and 43 stores and workshops destroyed

1870 - Warren - NH - The Merrill House and a barn, as well as the barn and carriage house of A.W. Weeks were destroyed by fire

1921 - Lebanon - NH - West Street - Lombard's Garage - Explosion resulted in fire that destroyed the garage, a house, and a 10 tenement block - Several other building damaged - Several other buildings damaged, 1 firefighter seriously hurt by falling timber

1983 - Portsmouth - NH - 3rd Alarm - address? - 6 bldgs damaged by fire

1999 - Williamstown - VT - Working Fire - Casino Rd, 20x20 hay barn fully involved - Mutual Aid Response from 2 Barre(town) tankers and 1 Brookfield tanker


Notable incidents beyond New England

1920
- New York - NY - Wall Street - In a suspected act of domestic terrorism, an explosion kills 40 people

1995 - Baltimore - MD - Clipper Mill Industrial Park - 3500 Clipper Road - Originally built in 1851, the complex was so large it could fit three football fields inside - It housed artist studios, a rock climbing gym, and furniture refinishers. - Fire started on roof and spread very rapidly - A sixth alarm was dispatched to set up for exposure protection. Several firefighter injured when a large wall collapsed


http://www.swnh.org/onthisdate-ne.htm


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WESTRERN HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS
PRESS RELEASE


The Western Historical Manuscript Collection at the University of Missouri-St. Louis is sponsoring an exhibit of photographs by photographer David J. Dubowski. The exhibit entitled FIRE IN THE LENS is in the WHMC gallery on the second floor of the Thomas Jefferson Library on the campus of the University of Missouri St. Louis. Mr. Dubowski is a Fireman and his work reflects his profession. The photographs will be on exhibit from through Monday October 31.

For more information call 314-516-5143


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Remembering 9/11


Listen to a very special episode of
The Fire Guys
with Special Guest
Psychic/Medium John Edward
The host of TV's "Crossing Over" gives Firefighters and Families of 9/11 a message of hope and respect for the entire Fire Service Community."


http://www.firehouse.fm/


A Very Special Through the Smoke … Never Forget 9-11 — Four Years Later

Join “Through The Smoke” host, Deputy Chief Billy Goldfeder for an in-depth and deeply personal discussion with three people who share a very emotional bond — Lee Ielpi, Lynn Tierney and Marian Fontana. And find out how you can help and become involved to insure the Nation … and the World — NEVER FORGET!


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*** Chester County Pennsylvania ***



Phoenixville Fire Department proudly protects 14,788 people living in an area of 4.5 square miles. We operate out of 3 stations that protect a primarily residential area. Our department is a public department whose members are on a combination of paid and volunteer status. We have an ISO rating of 4/9.

Local alarms are handled with 1 Engine.

EMS incidents receive a BLS unit along with the Hospital based ALS unit when protocol requests.
An AED equipped Engine is also sent to all cardiac arrest incidents.

Box Alarms are handled by 3 Engines, 1 Truck, 1 Rescue and 1 Ambulance.


Come see us at: http://www.phoenixvillefire.com


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