Thread: World Of Fire Report: 09-18-05
09-24-2005, 11:44 AM #1
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Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
CONAWAGO TWP (YORK CO) 3ND ALM EQUIV TANKER TASK FORCE (6 TANKERS) 1525 JUG RD BARN FIRE DC/PA1. 1:13a.m.
TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 1 STARFIRE DR. 2/BK DWELLING, FIRE THRU ROOF, DEFENSIVE OPS. GOING IN WITH 2.5" LINES & LADDER PIPE. TFN315. [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 2:48a.m.
2ND ALARM HARTFORD CT 418 EDGEWOOD ST FIRE IN THE WALLS OF A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME EXTENDING UP *800/154.310* CT19 [TAC9-C80]. 5:26a.m.
COMMERCE TWP, MI (OAKLAND): *2ND ALARM EQUIV* WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE @ 3962 TIMBERBROOKE CT. M/A FROM HIGHLAND TWP & MILFORD FOR ENGINES, TANKERS & M/P. (FNNM-1062 IAP). 10:00a.m.
JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM** 100 WARREN ST; FILLING OUT ASSIGNMENT; SMOKE CONDITION IN AN OMD, 5TH FLOOR. NJ751 [1STR]. 10:07a.m.
FINAL U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM** 100 WARREN ST. BOX 101. AS PER I/C 2ND ALARM UNITS CANCELLED. INVESTIGATION ON 5TH FLOOR WAS CONFIRMED TO BE UNATTENDED COOKING WITH SMOKE CONDITION. NJ846 * NJ3305 [1STR]. 10:17a.m.
PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **3RD ALARM** 63RD & CHESTNUT. FD HAS A 200X200 8STY HI RISE. BELIEVED TO BE OCCUPIED BY SENIORS. HEAVY FIRE IN BASEMENT. ALL CO'S WORKING MAKING GOOD PROGRESS, NUMEROUS MEDIC UNITS O/S. NJ3305 [1STR]. 10:18a.m.
U/D PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **3RD ALARM** 63RD & CHESTNUT. CMD REPORTS FIRE WAS IN A +5-STORY+ 200X100 U-SHAPED APT BUILDING. ALL FIRE K/D WITH SRCHS UNDERWAY. CO'S OVERHAULING. EMS TREATING NUMEROUS RESIDENTS FOR UNSPECIFIED INJS. FIRE U/C. NJ3305 * NYT18 [1STR]. 10:48a.m.
UPPER DARBY, PA (DELAWARE) **2ND ALARM** PROVIDENCE RD @ PENN PINE SHOPPING CENTER. CREW'S HAVE HVY FIRE BLOWING OUT THE ROOF & WINDOWS ATT. DWH. NJ3386 [1STR]. 3:39p.m.
UPPER DARBY, PA (DELAWARE) **2ND ALARM** PROVIDENCE RD @ PENN PINE SHOPPING CENTER. INTERIOR ADVISING BULK OF THE FIRE HAS BEEN K/D INSIDE. STILL HAVE FIRE IN THE ROOF AREA. CHECKING FOR EXTENSION INTO OTHER STORES IN THE STRIP MALL. NJ3386 [1STR]. 4:43p.m.
UPPER DARBY, PA (DELAWARE) **2ND ALARM** PROVIDENCE RD @ PENN PINE SHOPPING CENTER. CREWS HAD HVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A 20X15 END UNIT OF A STRIP MALL. BULK OF THE FIRE HAS BEEN K/D. PWH NJ3386 [1STR]. 3:59p.m.
2ND ALARM FRANKLIN, MA. 47 BEAVER STREET-STRUCTURE FIRE-M/A ENROUTE. *470.700* C519 [TAC9-C461]. 11:20p.m.
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MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR F. D. N. Y.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2005
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
BROOKLYN: W/F 10-77 BOX 4067, (HIGH RISE M/D ) PENSYLVANIA AVE X TWIN PINE DR, FIRE IN A 20 STY 50 X 250, 1 10-45 NO CODE. NYCR442. Mns154
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-77-4067, PENSYLVANIA AVE X TWIN PINE DR, FIRE IN A 20 STY 50 X 250, 1 10-45 CODE 2 (TRAUMATIC ARREST), 1 L/S/O, ALL VIS FIRE K/D. NYCR442. Mns154
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-769 BLEECKER ST NR CENTRAL AVE, MATTRESS FIRE 3 STY OMD MNS119
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3302 aof 2275 E 16th ST x EMMONS AVE. OIL BURNER FIRE EXT TO ROOF OF 6 BK 200 x 100 OMD. 2 LINES STRETCHED, 1 IN OPER. TL-153 FAST TK, BN-43 I/C [MNS342]
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3302 aof 2775 EAST 16 ST X EMMONS AVE, FIRE IN THE OIL BURNER EXT TO THE ROOF OF A 6 STY MD 200 X 100, 1 L/S/O, TL-153 FAST TK, BN-43 I/C . Mns154
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3302 aof 2275 E 16th ST x EMMONS AVE. OIL BURNER FIRE EXT TO ROOF OF 6 BK 200 x 100 OMD. D-8 RPTS; FIRE U/C. REQ FIRE MARSHALS MNS154 / [MNS342]
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COMMACK, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO.) **HEAVY RESCUE** MVA / PIN, COMMACK RD X NEW HIGHWAY. CVAC O/S REQUESTING A DOOR POP. C.F.D. RESPONDING. MNS 197/95
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(Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).
Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
2nd ALARM CHICHESTER NH 134 HUTCHINSON RD AN ELECTRICAL FIRE IN A WOOD FRAME BUILDING. M/A TO THE SCENE. *154.355/154.235* C991 [TAC9-C519] 12:52a.m.
W/F TUFTONBORO, NH ON HIDDEN VALLEY ROAD. COMPANIES HAVE A STRUCTURE FULLY INVOLVED, M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.175* [TAC9-C101]. 4:02a.m.
2ND ALARM HARTFORD CT 418 EDGEWOOD ST FIRE IN THE WALLS OF A 3 STORY WOOD FRAME EXTENDING UP *800/154.310* CT19 [TAC9-C80]. 6:26a.m.
ACW BURRILLVILLE, RI ON EAST WALLUM LAKE RD CHIEF O/S REPORTING A 1 ROOM FIRE IN A 1STY WDFM DWELLING W/ A REQUEST FOR EMS W/ A PUSH FIRE K/D *154.19* [TAC9-C316]. 11:07a.m.
WATER INCIDENT PORTSMOUTH NH OFF I-95 AT THE PISCATAQUA RIVER BRIDGE. PORTSMOUTH FD MARINE UNITS SEARCHING THE RIVER FOR A POSSIBLE JUMPER OFF THE BRIDGE. U.S. COAST GUARD ENROUTE TO ASSIST. *153.770* C158/C101/C527 [TAC9-C257]. 2:30p.m.
ACW JOHNSTON, RI: ON KEARN ACRE DR. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A STRUCTURE. 1 L/S/O. *154.1750* [TAC9-C51]. 2:59p.m.
FALL VICTIM PORTLAND, CT: 62 PENFIELD HILL RD. MALE VICTIM, APPROX 20 FOOT FALL FROM A ROOF. LIFESTAR ENROUTE. PATIENT HAS MULTI TRAUMA. (C106) [TAC9-C51]. 3:37p.m.
W/F OLD ORCHARFD BEACH, ME 4 BAY AVE. FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE. COMPANIES STRETCHING LINES. M/A SCARBOUGH AND BIDDEFORD. C101/C33 154.250/154.130 [TAC9-C38]. 5:34p.m.
U/D W/F OLD ORCHARD BEACH, ME. 4 BAY AVE. FIRE IN 25 X 50 2 STY RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE. COMPANIES LAYING LINES. M/A TO WORK AND COVER/ C33/C101/C243 154.250/154.130 [TAC9-C38]. 5:39p.m.
ATV ACCIDENT STAFFORD CT OFF RTE 19 NEW CITY PARK ATV INTO A TREE LIFESTAR ENROUTE CT2587/CT19 [TAC9-C135]. 5:57p.m.
MVA LAWRENCE MA HAVERHILL ST & JACKSON ST WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS WORKING *154.445* (C101) [TAC9-C33]. 8:45p.m.
MVA ATHOL, MA. ON WEST ROYALSTON ROAD (ROUTE 32) A CAR VS. BEAR. LIFEFLIGHT HELO REQUESTED FOR A 63 Y/O MALE WITH MULTIPLE TRAUMA, L/Z IS AT THE ELLINWOOD COUNTRY CLUB ON PLEASANT STREET. *33.920/155.160* C975/C33 [TAC9-C101]. 8:57p.m.
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Covering New Jersey, New York Metro area and
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Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
BROOKLYN NY BOX4067 1325 PENNSYLVANIA AVE FIRE IN A 20 STY MULTI DWELLING, 1 10-45 NO CODE EAN840. 2:46a.m.
HOLMDEL NJ (MONMOUTH) *BRUSH FIRE* *TRAFFIC ALERT* GSP IAO PNC ATS CENTER. LARGE AREA OF BRUSH AS PER TROOPERS O/S. "FIRE STARTING TO SPREAD FAST" EAN388 EAN503. 11:30a.m.
EAST HANOVER, NJ (MORRIS) *WORKING FIRE* 9 WALLACE AVE. SMK SHOWING FROM BLDG. M/A HANOVER TWP TO SCENE. EAN322. 12:19p.m.
*U/D* EAST HANOVER, NJ (MORRIS) FIRE K/D. RELOCATING M/A ENG TO EH FIRE HQ. EAN322. 12:23p.m.
TUCKERTON, NJ (OCEAN) *LARGE BRUSH FIRE* ON THE GSP MM 54 NORTH TO MM 60 NORTH - NUMEROUS M/A REQUESTED - DWH EAN27. 12:49p.m.
U/D TUCKERTON, NJ (OCEAN) *LARGE AREA OF BRUSH* GSP MM 54 NORTH UNTIL MM 60 - NJFFS UNITS ADVISING THAT THEY ARE MAKING GOOD PROGRESS - M/A UNITS HAVE BEEN STAGED - EXPECT LANES CLOSURES ON THE GSP AT MM 56.9 NORTH - EAN491/ EAN27. 1:05p.m.
ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) *WORKING FIRE* ON WEST END AVE. CONTENTS FIRE IN 1ST FLR APT IN A 4 STY OMD. 1 L/S/O. FIRE IS K/D. COS VENTING. EAN322. 4:55p.m.
*U/D* ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) COMMAND REPORTS FIRE IS U/C. FIRE CONFINED TO A COUCH. CO'S CONTINUE TO VENT STRUCTURE. EAN322. 5:01p.m.
FREEHOLD TWSP(MONMOUTH) 20 BIRCH HILL RD EXTINGUISHED GREASE FIRE W/BURN VICTIM FD/BLS/ALS WORKING SCENE/LOCAL FIRE INSPECTOR REQUESTED EAN51/52// EAN695. 5:18p.m.
IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* UNKN ADDR. FIRE #1 FLR REAR IN A 2STY WDFR. 2 L/S/O. E-1 IS FAST TEAM. EAN322. 6:02p.m.
*U/D* IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) FIRE IN BEDROOM #1 FLR REAR K/D. COs O/H'G. NEG EXT TO FLRS ABOVE. PRI SRCHS NEG. CMD PLACED THE FIRE U/C. EAN322. 6:05p.m.
*FINAL* IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) BOX 483: CORR ADDR IS 40 ELLIS AVE. EAN322. 6:12p.m.
WAYNE, NJ (PASSAIC) *WORKING FIRE* 74 HAZEN CT, OFF BERDAN AVE. FIRE IN APT A ON THE 2ND FLR. S/C CO. 5 AS FAST TEAM. EAN322. 11:06p.m.
*U/D* WAYNE, NJ (PASSAIC) 74 HAZEN CT. INTERIOR CREW HAS LOCATED A VICTIM. REQ EMS TO FRONT DOOR. FIRE STILL DBTF. EAN322. 11:16p.m.
*U/D* WAYNE, NJ (PASSAIC): INT CREWS REPORT FIRE IS K/D IN FIRE ROOM. NEG EXT TO COCKLOFT. CK'G FOR OTHER EXT. ALS ENROUTE. BLS WORKING ON VICTIM WHO IS BARELY BREATHING. EAN322. 11:24p.m.
(1STR) 1st Responder Wireless News
(covering New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Wash DC, Virginia, West Virginia and Florida).
Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** 144 MACDOUGAL ST. BET. SARATOGA AVE. AND THOMASBOYLAND AVE. FIRE IS K/D IN 1ST FLR,PRI SEARCHES ON FIRE FLOOR (-),PRIMARY ON ABOVE FLOOR UNDERWAY. TRUCKS OPENING UP. L 120 IS FAST TRUCK & DIV. 15 IS RPTG. FIRE AS DWH. NY512. 12:10a.m.
FINAL U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** 144 MACDOUGAL ST. BET. SARATOGA AVE. AND THOMASBOYLAND AVE. FIRE IS U/C, UNITS PACKING UP, FIRE MARSHAL HAS THE ARSONIST RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS FIRE IN CUSTODY & BEING TXPTD TO THE 73RD PCT. NY1715 * NY512 * NY512. 12:47a.m.
BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **WORKING FIRE** 1325 PENNSYLVANIA AVE X TWIN PINES DR 10-77 FIRE IN A 20 STORY 50 BY 250. NY695 NY003. 2:39a.m.
U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **WORKING FIRE** 1325 PENNSYLVANIA AVE X TWIN PINES DR 10-77 HI-RISE FIRE, 20 STORY, 50 BY 250, DIV 15 RESPONDING,L-107 FAST, E231 CRF-D, BATT 39 SAFTEY, I 10-45 NO CODE, REQ EMS, DWH. NY695 NY003. 2:47a.m.
U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **WORKING FIRE** 1325 PENNSYLVANIA AVE @ TWIN PINES DR 10-77 HI-RISE FIRE, 20 STORY, 50 X 250, DIV 15 REPORTS 1 L.S.O ALL VIS FIRE K/D PRIMARY SEARCHES ARE NEG EXCEPT 10-45 FIRE APT IS 4C NO UPDATE ALL SEARCHES NEG, I 10-45 CODE 2, DWH. NY695, NY1715 NY003. 2:57a.m.
U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **WORKING FIRE** 1325 PENNSYLVANIA AVE @ TWIN PINES DR 10-77 HI-RISE FIRE, 20 STORY, 50 X 250, DIV 15 REPORTS 1 L.S.O ALL VIS FIRE K/D PRIMARY SEARCHES ARE NEG EXCEPT 10-45 FIRE APT IS 4C NO UPDATE ALL SEARCHES NEG, I 10-45 CODE 2, PWH AND U/C. NY695, NY1715 NY003. 3:08a.m.
CAMDEN CITY, NJ (CAMDEN) **UNUSUAL FIRE** RT 676 IAO COLLINGS RD N/B FD O/S HAS A RV FULLY INVOLVED, WITH PROPANE TANKS EXPLODING, CO'S I/S IN DEFENSIVE MODE W/A 2.5 LINE. 3 ENGINE CO'S 2 LADDERS WORKING. CO'S DROPPING LINES. NJ3305. 9:40a.m.
JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM** 100 WARREN ST; FILLING OUT ASSIGNMENT; SMOKE CONDITION IN AN OMD, 5TH FLOOR. NJ751. 11:02a.m.
FINAL U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM** 100 WARREN ST. BOX 101. AS PER I/C 2ND ALARM UNITS CANCELLED. INVESTIGATION ON 5TH FLOOR WAS CONFIRMED TO BE UNATTENDED COOKING WITH SMOKE CONDITION. NJ846 * NJ3305. 11:16a.m.
PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **3RD ALARM** 63RD & CHESTNUT. FD HAS A 200X200 8STY HI RISE. BELIEVED TO BE OCCUPIED BY SENIORS. HEAVY FIRE IN BASEMENT. ALL CO'S WORKING MAKING GOOD PROGRESS, NUMEROUS MEDIC UNITS O/S. NJ3305. 11:17a.m.
U/D PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **3RD ALARM** 63RD & CHESTNUT. CMD REPORTS FIRE WAS IN A +5-STORY+ 200X100 U-SHAPED APT BUILDING. ALL FIRE K/D WITH SRCHS UNDERWAY. CO'S OVERHAULING. EMS TREATING NUMEROUS RESIDENTS FOR UNSPECIFIED INJS. FIRE U/C. NJ3305 * NYT18. 11:47a.m.
BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** 171 BLECKER STREET BOX 769 10-75 W/F 3 ST, BRICK 20X40 NY003. 12:11p.m.
U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** 171 BLECKER STREET BOX 769 10-75 3 ST, BRICK 20X40, MATRESS IN REAR ROOM 2FL, STILL DWH NY003. 12:15p.m.
FINAL U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** 171 BLECKER STREET BOX 769 10-75 3 ST, BRICK 20X40, MATRESS IN REAR ROOM 2FL, ALL SEARCHES (-) FIRE NOW PWH NY003. 12:17p.m.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TWP, NJ (OCEAN) **LARGE BRUSH FIRE** GARDEN STATE PKWY N/B NEAR MM-58. SEVERAL BRUSH FIRES CLOSING ALL LANES OF THE N/B G.S.P. CURRENTLY 4 NJFFS OPERATING WITH ADDTL M/A STILL REQ TO THE SCENE. NJ56 * NJ821 * NYT18. 1:07p.m.
WOODBURY HEIGHTS, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **ALL HANDS ON ARRIVAL** 242 SOUTH MAPLE AVE COMMAND REPORTING THEY HAVE FIRE SHOWING THE GOUND LEVEL. FAST TEAM AND COVERS E/R. UNCONFIRMED REPORTS OF ENTRAPMENT. NJ821. 2:14p.m.
[CORRECTED LOCATION] WOODBURY, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **ALL HANDS ON ARRIVAL** 242 SOUTH MAPLE AVE COMMAND REPORTING THEY HAVE FIRE SHOWING THE GOUND LEVEL. FAST TEAM AND COVERS E/R. UNCONFIRMED REPORTS OF ENTRAPMENT. NJ821. 2:15p.m.
U/D WOODBURY, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **ALL HANDS ON ARRIVAL** 242 SOUTH MAPLE AVE EVACUATION ORDERS HAVE BEEN GIVEN. ALL FIREFIGHTERS ARE BEING ORDERED OUT OF THE FIRE BUILDING ATT. COVER COMPANIES ARE BEING PULLED INTO THE JOB AND ARE FORMING A MAN POWER POOL ACROSSED FROM THE SCENE. NJ3305 * NJ821. 2:26p.m.
U/D WOODBURY, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **ALL HANDS ON ARRIVAL** 242 SOUTH MAPLE AVE. COMMAND REPORTING THEY HAVE MULTIPLE HAND LINES, 1 DECK GUN AND 1 AERIAL LADDER ALL I/S. FIRE IS D/W/H ATT NJ3386 * NJ3305 * NJ821. 2:38p.m.
FINAL U/D WOODBURY, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **ALL HANDS ON ARRIVAL** 242 SOUTH MAPLE AVE. ALL SEARCHES ARE (-). ALL OCCUPANTS HAVE BEEN ACCOUNTED FOR COMMAND REQESTING PUBLIC UTILITY'S AND RED CROSS TO THE SCENE. NJ3386 * NJ3305 * NJ821. 2:57p.m.
DERRY, PA (WESTMORELAND) **ALL HANDS** 571 N. CHESTNUT ST. WORKING RESIDENTIAL CMD O/S REPORTING HEAVY SMOKE 3RD FLOOR. ALL COMPANIES GOING TO WORK. NY13 * NJ821. 3:18p.m.
UPPER DARBY, PA (DELAWARE) **ALL HANDS ON ARRIVAL** PROVIDENCE RD @ PENN PINE SHOPPING CENTER. CREW'S ON SCENE WITH HVY FIRE/SMOKE SHOWING FROM THE CHINESE STORE. FIRE VERY DWH ATT. NJ3386. 4:37p.m.
UPPER DARBY, PA (DELAWARE) **2ND ALARM** PROVIDENCE RD @ PENN PINE SHOPPING CENTER. CREW'S HAVE HVY FIRE BLOWING OUT THE ROOF & WINDOWS ATT. DWH. NJ3386. 4:38p.m.
ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) **WORKING FIRE** WEST END AVE @ JERSEY AVE FD JUST ARRIVING - HEAVY SMOKE IN 1ST FL HALLWAY - 1ST UNIT REQUESTING FEEDER LINE & VENTILATION - SEARCHES IN PROGRESS NJ3690. 4:40p.m.
UPPER DARBY, PA (DELAWARE) **2ND ALARM** PROVIDENCE RD @ PENN PINE SHOPPING CENTER. INTERIOR ADVISING BULK OF THE FIRE HAS BEEN K/D INSIDE. STILL HAVE FIRE IN THE ROOF AREA. CHECKING FOR EXTENSION INTO OTHER STORES IN THE STRIP MALL. NJ3386. 4:42p.m.
U/D ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) **WORKING FIRE** 357 WEST END AVE, FIRE ON THE #3FL OF A 4 STY OMD. FIRE K/D ATT & SEARCHES STILL IN PROGRESS. NJ3690 * NJ88. 4:46p.m.
FINAL U/D ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) **WORKING FIRE** 357 WEST END AVE, 4 STY OMD, COUCH FIRE IN AN APT THAT IS NOW K/D, SEARCHES NEG ATT & FIRE IS PWH. NJ3690 * NJ88. 4:51p.m.
UPPER DARBY, PA (DELAWARE) **2ND ALARM** PROVIDENCE RD @ PENN PINE SHOPPING CENTER. CREWS HAD HVY FIRE SHOWING FROM A 20X15 END UNIT OF A STRIP MALL. BULK OF THE FIRE HAS BEEN K/D. PWH NJ3386. 4:58p.m.
IRVINGTON, NJ (ESSEX) **WORKING FIRE** AREA OF 38 ELLIS AVE FIRE REAR #1FL OF A 2.5 STY FRM,POSSIBLE MATTRESS FIRE NJ88. 6:00p.m.
DELMAR, NY (ALBANY) **NATURAL GAS LEAK** 9 CATHERINE ST. FD O/S REPORTING LEAK FROM METER. AWAITING ARRIVAL OF UTILITY CO. 2+1 STAND-BY AT SCENE. NY946 * PA3181. 7:45p.m.
BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **HAZ-MAT** COZINE AVE AND VERMONT ST APT BLDG BATT 39 RPTS UNKNOWN FUMES APT 11M, ISOLATING OCCUPANT REQ HAZMAT 1 AND SQ 252, AND HAZMAT BATT. UNITS ONSCENE AWAITING ARRIVAL OF SPEC UNITS A/T/T NY003. 10:38p.m.
U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **HAZ-MAT** COZINE AVE AND VERMONT ST APT BLDG BOX 1965, BATT 39 RPTS USING 2&2, SQUAD 252 TAKING READINGS UNKNOWN FUMES APT 11M, NO FURTHER A/T/T NY003. 10:54p.m.
WAYNE, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** 74 HAZEN COURT, APT A, OFF BERDAN AVE. PD O/S CONFIRMING FIRE SHOWING FROM THE WINDOWS OF AN APARTMENT BLDG. FD ENROUTE. NJ109. 11:03p.m.
FINAL U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **HAZ-MAT** COZINE AVE AND VERMONT ST APT BLDG BOX 1965, HAZMAT REPORTS TURNS OUT TO BE PEPPER SPRAY, ALL UNITS TAKING UP. A/T/T NY 695 NY003. 11:03p.m.
U/D WAYNE, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** 74 HAZEN COURT, APT A, OFF BERDAN AVE. FD CHIEF O/S CONFIRMING FIRE SHOWING FROM THE 2ND FLOOR BEDROOM WINDOW, IN THE REAR OF THE STRUCTURE. 1ST FLOOR OCCUPANTS ARE OUT, UNK 2ND FL, ADVISING TO FORCE ENTRY. ADDITIONAL COMPANIES TO THE SCENE. NJ301 * NJ109. 11:06p.m.
U/D WAYNE, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** 74 HAZEN COURT, APT A, OFF BERDAN AVE. 1 VICTIM BEING REMOVED FROM IN FRONT OF THE BED ROOM, IN UNK CONDITION. ALS/BLS REQUESTED WITH A RUSH. NJ301 * NJ109. 11:18p.m.
THORNWOOD, NY (WESTCHESTER) **WORKING FIRE** 808 COMMERCE ST. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE STRUCTURE HAS BEEN K/D. M/A COMPANIES BEING RELEASED. NY49 * NJ109. 11:19p.m.
U/D WAYNE, NJ (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** 74 HAZEN COURT, APT A, OFF BERDAN AVE. FIRE WAS CONTAINED TO THE BEDROOM, WITH MINOR EXTENSION TO THE EVES. FIRE HAS BEEN K/D. SEC SEARCHES (-). NJ301 * NJ109. 11:21p.m.
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Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.
Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
TORONTO (CANADA) Report:
TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 1 STARFIRE AV. DWELLING WELL INVOLVED, 2ND O/A. E2. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 3:34a.m.
TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 1 STARFIRE AV. DWELLING WELL INVOLVED, 2ND O/A. E2. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 3:41a.m.
UD, TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, 1 STARFIRE DR. FLAMES THRU ROOF, DEF. OPS. GOING IN WITH 2.5" LINES & LADDER PIPE. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 3:43a.m.
TORONTO, MAJOR PI, ST. CLAIR & PHARMACY AVES. MULTI-CAR COLLISION, 3 VICTIMS, 1 CONF. TRAPPED. P222 S/C FULL EXT. RESPONSE & 3 AMBOS. E1. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:50a.m.
TORONTO 2ND ALM 2353 DUFFERIN B/O P342; OMD W/1 VICTIM *S2* TFN313 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:12a.m.
TORONTO *FINAL* 2-2 2353 DUFFERIN; POT ON STOVE WAS PLACED ON TABLE; FIRE K/D; PICK UP 2-2 COS B/O C34 TFN313 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:15a.m.
TORONTO. 570 PETROLIA RD. FACTORY FIRE. BULK OF FIRE K/D BY SPRINKLERS. CREWS CHECKING FOR EXT. PWH *N2* TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:06p.m.
TORONTO ONT W/F 2170 KIPLING AVE PORTABLE CLASSROOM @ REAR OF SCHOOL FIRE IN CENTRE HALLWAY *W2* TFN328 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:32p.m.
TORONTO ONT W/F 2170 KIPLING AVE HOLES IN FLOOR, 2 L/S/O PWH *W4* NOTE CORR TAC TFN328 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 5:41p.m.
LATE PAGE, HAMILTON, ONT. WF, 238 PARK ST. N. 2/FR VAC. HOUSE, HVY SMOKE, TOA 0630. TFN315. (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:03a.m.
MOXLEY (W. MIDLANDS), UK. PUMPS 15, BULL LN. LARGE OUTDOOR TIRE STORAGE FACILITY, LARGE LOOM-UP, ONGOING SINCE SATURDAY EVENING. DRAFTING AND RELAY PUMPING IN EFFECT, S/C HEAVY EQUIPMENT, EXTENDED OPS. TFN315. 9:30a.m.
COLWYN BAY (GWYNEDD), WALES. FATAL FIRE, PUMPS 3, LLANDDULAS CHALET PARK. CHALET DESTROYED, 1 MALE FOUND DECEASED. TFN315. 9:44a.m.
KARACHI, PAKISTAN. MULTIPLE ALARM, 3B BEACH AV. (DHA). LARGE 1/BK RESTAURANT, GUTTED. LOBG RESPPNSE TIME, 10 APPARATUS O/S, 5HR K/D. TOA 0210. TFN315. 9:56a.m.
VIJAYAWADA (ANDHRAPRADESH), INDIA. MAJOR FIRE, RADHANAGAR. 150 THATCHED HOUSES DESTROYED. TFN315. 8:53p.m.
VATUKOULA, FIJI. FATAL FIRE, SLIME DAM. DWELLING FIRE, 4 CHILDREN DEAD (6YOF, 2x4YOM, 3YOF). TFN315. 9:09p.m.
METRO MANILA, PHILLIPINES. 4TH ALARM, 4666 TAGUMPAY ST. (SANTA MESA). 3/BK HOUSE, FULLY INVOLVED, EXTENSION TO 10 SIMILAR EXPOSURES. 2HR K/D. TFN315. 9:12p.m.
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Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ 902 N Castle St (Box T15-14)/ BC-2 (Canter) reporting 2 story Vacant/ heavy fire showing 1st & 2nd flrs/ Ops on C-1 MFN-4. 3:49p.m.
MFN-FIRE/EMS: Baltimore City, MD/ Dwelling Fire/ 902 N Castle St (Box T15-14)/ UPDATE:**Working Fire**? Command reporting structure "Fully Involved"/ Ops on C-1 MFN-4. 3:50p.m.
UPDATE:**WFD" BC-2 req additional Engine and Trk Co MFN-4. 3:52p.m.
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Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time Zone)
ICP:Lifeline Ambulance Helo Rqst, I40 @ TRUCK STOP IN ASHFORK,@HWY 89 SQ5102 ons waiting for Native 14 to trans pt, unk condition to Flagstaff, AshforkFD has LZ TFC:LLA 152.345(ICP324). 8:05a.m.
ICP:Lifeline Ambulance Helo Rqst US60 @ WITTMAN FD, SQ4201 rqst Lifenet 3 launched unk pt condition TFC:LLA 152.345(ICP324). 8:09a.m.
ICP:SedonaFD Helo Rqst, SEDONA EMERGENCY CARE, E531 has LZ for fall injury w\ diff breathing, Angel 3 to trans to Flagstaff TFC:154.400(ICP324). 10:44a.m.
ICP: ScottsdaleFD 2-1-MED 92ND ST & SHEA Units onscene of a single vehicle rollover, requesting the balnce. 1 pt is trapped in the vehicle. TFC:Ch11 154.025 [ICP444]. 11:10p.m.
ICP:Lifeline\Guardian Ambulances 962R I40 BETWEEN FLAGSTAFF & WILLIAMS, Sq5101 & Medic 55 working Lev1, Angel1 to airlift pt to Flagstaff TFC:GA 155.905,LLA 152.345(ICP324). 1:31p.m.
ICP: ScottsdaleFD 3-1-HSE 8458 W MONTEBELLO Units onscene of a W/F. RIC assignment is enroute. TFC:Ch11 154.025. [ICP444M]. 1:40p.m.
ICP-U/D: ScottsdaleFD HSE The corrected location will be East Montebello. TFC:Ch11 154.025 [ICP444m]. 1:49p.m.
ICP: MesaFD *3-1 SHED FIRE* 221 W 3RD PL #29 CMD E201 ons of a shed fire with heavy fire showing. TFC: Ch2 154.235, TG/3065 [ICP245]. 5:21p.m.
ICP: MesaFD 2-1-STR 221 W 3rd PLACE Units ons with a working shed fire. TFC:Ch1 154.235 tg3065 [ICP963]. 5:30p.m.
SKY HARBOR AIRPORT Aircraft w/unknown problem. TFC: Ch2 154.250 [ICP963]. 5:45p.m.
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Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Mountain Standard Time)
APSN: 2-1 MEDICAL 962 Scottsdale FD 92nd ST / SHEA. Rptd 1 person trapped.
FREQ: Ch11 154.025 [APSN02m*]. 11:17a.m.
APSN: 3-1 STRUCTURE FIRE W/F Scottsdale FD 8460 E MONTEBELLO. BC601 with a working townhouse fire. FREQ: Ch11 154.025 [APSN02m]. 1:42p.m.
APSN U/D: ScottsFD W/F: CMD advising corrected address will be 8458 E Montebello. FREQ: Ch11 154.025 [APSN02m]. 1:48p.m.
APSN: OFFICER ASSIST Phoenix PD 1600 W MISSOURI Units requesting K9 & air unit to respond for a homicide suspect in the area FREQ: A Deck 7 155.5200 [APSN33]. 6:57p.m.
APSN U/D: PhxPD OFFICER ASSIST: units have the suspect in custody & fire is enroute for injuries to him FREQ: A Deck 7 155.5200 [APSN33]. 7:00p.m.
APSN: 962 ROLLOVER Phoenix FD 43rd AVE & BETHANY HOME RD Units have total of 2 patients, 1 immediate & 1 delayed FREQ: CH9 155.6700 [APSN33]. 7:23p.m.
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Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.
Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD HAS A 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE AT THURMAN AND DeTONTY. UNCONFIRMED REPORT OF PERSONS INSIDE. PUMPER 14 REPORTS A FIRE IN A 2 STORY BRICK - ONE LINE OFF SO FAR. [STL810]. 2:29a.m.
STLFN: ST. CLAIR COUNTY IL - FRENCH VILLAGE FIRE DEPT HAD A WORKING HOUSE FIRE AT 8834 STERLING. REPORT OF FIRE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. DELAYED FROM 0150 HRS. [STL810/555-HL]. 2:32a.m.
STLFN: UPDATE - ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD 1ST ALARM FIRE AT THURMAN AND DeTONTY: BC803 REPORTS FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A 2 STORY BRICK - 2 FAMILY BLDG. PRIMARY SEARCH UNDERWAY. [STL810]. 2:37a.m.
STLFN: UPDATE - ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD 1ST ALARM FIRE AT THURMAN AND DeTONTY: DC810 REPORTS *ONE PERSON FOUND.* WE ARE ASSUMING A FATALITY HERE. [STL810]. 2:49a.m.
STLFN: MILLSTADT(ST CLAIR COUNTY) IL: MILLSTADT FIRE DEPT ON SCENE OF A *VEHICLE ACCIDENT*ON RT 158. VEHICLE IN A DITCH ON FIRE WITH PASSENGERS STUCK INSIDE THE VEHICLE[STL555]. 5:21a.m.
STLFN: FRENCH VILLAGE (ST CLAIR COUNTY)IL:(DELAYED 0150hrs) FRENCH VILLAGE FIRE DEPT ON SCENE OF A STRUCTURE FIRE AT 8834 STERLING. REPORT OF FLAMES FROM THE ROOF. [STL 555]. 5:24a.m.
Incidents from KCFN
(Missouri & Kansas)
-compiled by Jamie Joyce
Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Central Time Zone)
LEE'S SUMMIT, MO (JACKSON CO): 1st ALARM FIRE @ 1400 NE DOUGLAS x VICTORIA. HVY SMK SHOWING FROM A COMM'L BLDG, RPTD BSMT FIRE. CHF6 BN6 P1 P6 P4 R1 R4 T2 T3 [KCFN-02]. 1:31p.m.
KANSAS CITY, MO: LEVEL II HAZ-MAT @ 800 E 3rd STREET x OAK TRFY "Kansas City Cold Storage." CO'S HAVE AN AMMONIA LEAK INSIDE BLDG, BLDG BEING EVAC'D ATT. CAR102 P25 P10 R1 T3 HAZ-MAT71 CAR301 [KCFN-02]. 3:33p.m.
(MNN) Mountain News Net
Denver & CO, UT & WY
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Sunday, September 18, 2005
(Mountain Time Zone)
Douglas County: I-25 at Monument Hill T/A camper vs car with extended extrication. L/G 73 enroute, L/G 3 on SB and Larkspur and Tri Lakes FD's onscene. O/F 154.280, DTRS, EP-800, Online (001). 9:32a.m.
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Boise Idaho Report
Sept 1st -1529hrs - W/F - 1780 E. Overland Rd (SE Meridian) = E31, 33, DC31 > Have a fully involved motorhome threatening other RV's - S/C for E21 & WT21 - "All Hands Working".
-1933hrs - W/F - 401 E. Linden (White Pines Elem School - Southeast) = E3, 7, 22, T1, 6, BC1 > Have an exterior fire that was started in shrubs next to school - E3, 22 working.
-2057hrs - W/F - Locust Grove Rd @ RR tracks (Kuna FD) = Sta.61 w/ a fully involved chicken coop.
-1700hrs - W/F - 5900 View Dr (SE Meridian) = E31, 33, 32, WT21, DC31 > Drivers on I-84 reporting a SFD on fire - E31 o/s w/ a 2-stry SFD w/ an exterior porch fire - E31, 32 working.
-2108hrs - MVA/Ext - 20600 S. Swan Falls Rd @ the S curves (Kuna FD) = Sta.61 w/ a high speed 1-auto rollover w/ 2-pinned - S/C for Life Flight.
-1715hrs - Fatal MVA - Columbia Rd @ Linder Rd (Kuna FD) = Sta.61 w/ high speed 2-auto t-bone w/ 6-pts - S/C for Nampa FD & 3-Life Flight helo's - 6-y/o F DOA o/s.
-1406hrs - W/F - limited info. E51 (Star FD) mutual aid to Middleton FD for a structure fire.
-0808hrs - W/F - Sunburst nr. Farmway (Middleton FD) = E51 again mutual aid to Middleton & Caldwell FD's for a working structure fire.
-0632hrs - 2-MVA's w/ Ext - Chinden @ Can-Ada Rd (Star FD) = E53 & C51 > Have a 2-auto t-bone MVA w/ 1-pinned @ 0710hrs just as units began to clear a 2nd MVA requiring extrication occurred @ Chinden & Franklin Rd in Nampa FD's 1st-due, approx 3/4-mile west of 1st MVA - E53, Nampa E403, T431, BC41 & C51 responded to a car vs. Cement truck w/ 2-pinned.
-1117hrs - 2nd Alarm - 1404 Northgate St (Meridian NW) = E32, 31, 33, DC31 > Have a 1-stry SFD approx 50% involved - 2nd Alarm = E10, 11, Nampa E403, BC2 - fire is in attic and garage - extended operation.
Sept 9th (numerous MVA's throughout the city and county all day & night).
-0013hrs - W/F - 520 Front St (Downtown) = E5, 3(from 1's), 1, T1, BC1 > Have a commercial drier on fire smoke throughout a large 1-story homeless shelter - E3, T1 working - E3 was enroute back to quarters from downtown and arrived 1st.
-0757hrs - Fatal MVA - Cloverdale @ Goldenrod Ave (West Boise) = E10, EMS > Have a car that went out of control and struck a pedestrian & then struck a power pole - 39 y/o F DOA @ ER. (Victims husband found out when pt's dog ran home covered in blood).
-1516hrs - MVA/Ext - Cole @ McMullen (West Boise) = E6, T6, BC2 > Have a 2-auto t-bone w/ 1-pinned. (a 2nd MVA w/ inj's occurred due to traffic back-up approx 3-blocks away requiring E21 & ALS respond).
-0018hrs - MVA/Ext - Collister @ Hill Rd (Northwest) = E9, T1, BC1 > Have 1-auto into a power pole w/ 1-pinned.
-0128hrs - MVA/Ext - State @ Ballantyne RD (Eagle FD) = E42, 53, R471, C41 > Have a 1-auto rollover w/ 1-code RED pinned.
SUNDAY 18 SEPTEMBER
Hackney - Woman found dead in flat blaze
A woman has been found dead at a fire in Victoria Park Road, Hackney. The fire destroyed part of a five-roomed flat on the second floor of the house, which had been converted into a number of flats. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. The Brigade was called at 2357 and the fire was under control by 0047. Crews from Bethnal Green and Homerton fire stations attended the incident.
LOS ANGELES, CA:
GREATER ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE:
On Sunday, September 18, 2005 at 7:47 PM PDT, nine Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, three LAFD Rescue Ambulances, two Chief Officer Command Teams as well as various LAFD support and investigative resources, all under the direction of Battalion Commander Michael Rhodes responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 13604 Bracken Street in Arleta. The first Company arrived quickly to discover heavy fire showing from the garage attached to a one-story single family home. According to witnesses, the home’s sole resident had been in the garage using a bench grinder when sparks ignited nearby ordinary combustible items. The adult male was able to escape unharmed, but the flames soon spread in the heavy storage of the garage and extended rapidly through the attic and flammable wood shake roof to threaten a pair of single-family homes adjacent to 1,400 square-foot wood-frame structure. Firefighters mounted a fierce interior assault on the swift-moving flames, but were hampered to gain access in much of the fifty-five year-old structure due to pack-rat conditions throughout the dwelling. During fire attack, one Los Angeles Firefighter sustained first-degree burns to his ear. In fair condition, he was transported to Sherman Oaks Community Hospital. Despite the stubborn flames that consumed the attic and much of the excessive storage throughout the home, Firefighters spared the northwest portion of the structure from serious damage, and extinguished the flames in just forty minutes. No other injuries were reported. Loss from the fire, which took nearly four and one-half hours to overhaul due to the pack-rat conditions, is estimated at $350,000 ($250,000 structure & $100,000 contents). Displaced by the fire, the resident stated a desire to seek his own accommodations. The cause of this blaze is listed as accidental, and attributed to carelessness with the electric bench grinder.
REPORT PREPARED BY :
Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD - E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA
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Brooklyn, N. Y. 09/18/05 @ 02:30 hrs.
Spring Lake Section
address: 1325 Pennsylvania Ave @ Twin Pines Dr.
4067 @ 02:28
Engs. 290, 257, 225
Lad. 103, T. Lad. 170
10 - 77 - 4067 @ 02:35
TowerLadder 107 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
Lad. 175, T. Lad. 120
Eng. 231 C. F. R. D.
Batt. 39 "Safety Cord.
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Batt. 58 reports: ( 1 ) 10 - 45 No Code at this time.
20 Story Class 1 50 x 250 O. M. D.
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 4067 @ 02:46
Division 15 reports: 4067, We used All - Hands. Fire is on the 4th floor of a 20 Story Class 1 High Rise M / D 1 - line stretched and in operation. Primary search is negative with the exception of the ( 1 ) 10 - 45. Still Doubtful.
Division 15: The 10 - 45 reported is now a Code 2
Division 15: 4067, All visible fire has been knocked down. Fire was in Apt. 4 "charlie" on the 4th. floor. Primary searches thru out the bldg. are negative. By order's of Deputy Chief Cartwright, Fire is Probably Will Hold.
Division 15: 4067, Secondary searches are complete and negative on the fire floor and floor above. Fire is UnderControl.
Brooklyn, N. Y. 09/18/05 @ 16:00 hrs.
Sheepshead Bay area
address: 2785 East 16th. Street
between: Emmons Ave. & Bay Ct.
3302 @ 16:01
Engs. 246, 245
Lad. 169, T. Lad. 161
10 - 75 - 16:09
TowerLadder 153 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Engs. 254, 318
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
6 Story Brick 200 x 100 O. M. D.
No Exposure's Given
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 3302 @ 16:12
Batt. 43 reports: At Box 3302, We had a fire that extended out of the Oil Burner, and extended to the roof via the chimney. We have fire at the roof. Truck's are "Opening Up" Will be using All - Hands.
Batt. 43: Box 3302, We had fire on the roof. Fire has been knocked down. Primary searches in the apartments below are negative. Still Doubtful.
Batt. 43: Box 3302, All visible fire has been knocked down up on the roof. Truck's are cutting inspection holes to check for any extensions. Probably Will Hold at this time " K "
Division 8: All - hands Box 3302, All primary & secondary searches are complete and negative thru out. Fire involved an area 6' x 10' on the roof at the chimney. All visible fire has been extinguished. By order's of Deputy Chief Howell, Fire is UnderControl.
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Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2005 14:16:35 -0500
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Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2005
From: John Schneider
Muskego Bicyclist Accident
S83 W20370 Janesville Rd
FFL landing right now for Bicyclist with trauma after a accident (unknown details)
155.355/WCTRS 7376 Fire Dept
Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2005 20:19:04 -0500
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Bloomfield Swamp Fire 2015 hrs
Bloomfield, Walworth Co
1604 Daisy in the area of Hwy 12
Mutual Aid from Kenosha County and other Walworth Co Depts. Racine Fire Bells enroute with REHAB. Fire in since approx 1830 hrs
Kenosha CO 154.250
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Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2005-9-18
National Police and Fire Incidents
0000hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3155 MILITARY DR SW - SAN ANTONIO, TX
0012hrs - OTHER FIRE - SW 162ND AVE&SW 88TH ST - MIAMI, FL
0014hrs - FIRES - BLK BORCHARD RD / DEERPATH LN - NEWBURY PK, CA
0149hrs - BUILDING FIRE - N LOOP W - HOUSTON, TX
0229hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BOONE RD - HOUSTON, TX
0444hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FOUNTAIN VIEW DR - HOUSTON, TX
0630hrs - FIRE IN SINGLE FAMILY RES - 425 N 141ST ST - SEATTLE, WA
0640hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - PARK - DALLAS, TX
0810hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 502 DURANGO ST W - SAN ANTONIO, TX
0834hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MOROCCO - HOUSTON, TX
0959hrs - FIRE - 1842 NW 88TH ST - MIAMI, FL
1041hrs - BUILDING FIRE - FANNIN - HOUSTON, TX
1042hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - N PRINCE ST & W FREDERICK ST - LANCASTER, PA
1057hrs - FIRES - 300 BLK FAIRVIEW RD - MEINERS OAK, CA
1103hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE CONFIRMED - 2760 GOLDENROD ST - SARASOTA, FL
1106hrs - FIRE - 545 NE 121ST ST - MIAMI, FL
1142hrs - FIRE - 8101 INTERBAY BL - TAMPA, FL
1150hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 238 WAUGH ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX
1212hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - COURT GLEN DR - HOUSTON, TX
1212hrs - FIRES - 3600 BLK ORANGE DR - NYELAND ACRES, CA
1216hrs - FIRE - 1834 NW 88TH ST - MIAMI, FL
1250hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - JEFFERSON - HOUSTON, TX
1305hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - MELANIE - SHREVEPORT, LA
1323hrs - FIRE - ARMENIA AVE N AND HILLSBOROUGH AVE W - TAMPA, FL
1335hrs - OTHER FIRE - 910 NW 102ND ST - MIAMI, FL
1352hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SELINSKY - HOUSTON, TX
1442hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - CEDARBURG DR - HOUSTON, TX
1510hrs - FIRES - BLK WOODLAND AV / RICE RD - MRA MNTE, CA
1519hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 9712 SW 166TH CT - MIAMI, FL
1625hrs - FIRE - 7140 NW 179TH ST - MIAMI, FL
1629hrs - FIRES - BLK E KANAN RD / WINDY MOUNTAIN AV - N RANCH, CA
1651hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD - HOUSTON, TX
1701hrs - FIRE - 15158 NW 89TH AVE - MIAMI, FL
1714hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ALMEDA RD - HOUSTON, TX
1719hrs - BRUSH FIRE - N 85TH ST / GREENWOOD AV N - SEATTLE, WA
1732hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BAYOU GLEN RD - HOUSTON, TX
1747hrs - FIRES - 1500 BLK PATRICIA AV - SIMI VALLEY, CA
1749hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - GLEN IRIS - SHREVEPORT, LA
1804hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MESA DR - HOUSTON, TX
1830hrs - FIRE - AV REPUBLICA DE CUBA N AND 21ST AVE E - TAMPA, FL
1830hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 145 FORREST AV - SAN ANTONIO, TX
1931hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SABO RD - HOUSTON, TX
1941hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - NORTHERN - HOUSTON, TX
1945hrs - FIRE - SW 135TH AVE&SW 199TH BLK - MIAMI, FL
1950hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 13660 HAWN - DALLAS, TX
1954hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - NEYLAND - HOUSTON, TX
2011hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - ALGONQUIN DR - HOUSTON, TX
2013hrs - FIRES - 1700 BLK KERN ST - PORT HUENEME, CA
2028hrs - FIRE IN SINGLE FAMILY RES - 4849 S AUSTIN ST - SEATTLE, WA
2100hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - W T C JESTER BLVD - HOUSTON, TX
2112hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - YOUREE - SHREVEPORT, LA
2115hrs - FIRE - YOUREE - SHREVEPORT, LA
2143hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 17110 NE 11TH CT - MIAMI, FL
2143hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MAGGIE - HOUSTON, TX
2201hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - THETA - HOUSTON, TX
2203hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - N MACGREGOR WAY - HOUSTON, TX
2207hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - THETA - HOUSTON, TX
2250hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 10509 BRUTON - DALLAS, TX
2334hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BRANT ROCK DR - HOUSTON, TX
2340hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3102 BUENA VISTA ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX
*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) email@example.com
On September 18th:
1898 - Strafford Springs - CT - 2 prisoners in lockup killed by fire
1923 - Westwood - MA - Fire - Fire in bogs at Canton Meadows - Burned until October 17
1941 - Boston (Charlestown) - MA - 5th Alarm - Box 4156 - Rutherford Ave - Railroad yards - Boston and Maine Railroad shed destroyed by fire causing $1,500,000 loss
1961 - Center Strafford - NH - Austin-Cate Academy total loss
1970 - Derry - NH - Manchester Road - Hadco - Fire causing $150,000 damage, 13 firefighters sent to hospital with acid burns and other injuries
1996 - Plymouth - NH - 2nd Alarm, 11 Langdon Street / Fox Park - Fire seriously damaged an apartment building, leaving 29 people homeless. - Many were Plymouth State College students living off-campus. Four apartments were destroyed, eight were damaged by water and smoke. Two firefighters required treatment, for exhaustion and a laceration
Notable incidents beyond New England
1946 - Gander Lake - Newfoundland - Canada - Belgian Sabena DC4 Crashes SW of Gander Lake - Newfoundland Canada - 27 killed -
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