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National Incidents

Monday, September 26, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

2ND ALARM ROCHESTER, NH 128 PORTLAND STREET. COMPANIES REPORT SMOKE SHOWING FROM AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE, M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.980* C603 [TAC9-C101]. 5:02a.m.

3RD ALARM ROCHESTER, NH 128 PORTLAND STREET COMPANIES HAVE FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE SEVERAL TOWNS M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.980* C603 [TAC9-C101]. 5:04a.m.

U/D 3RD ALARM ROCHESTER, NH 128 PORTLAND STREET. COMMAND REPORTS VERY HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE, ALL COMPANIES ORDERED OUT OF THE BUILDING. MASTER STREAMS GOING TO WORK. *154.980* C603/C53 [TAC9-C101]. 5:13a.m.

U/D 3RD ALARM ROCHESTER NH 128 PORTLAND ST. FIRE ON FLOOR 2 & INTO THE COCKLOFT OF A 2.5 STY WDFRM OMD 36X80. HEAVY FIRE K/D. CO'S CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. EXTENSIVE M/A ON SCENE. ACW. PWH *153.980* C101/C53 O/S [TAC9-C257]. 6:07a.m.

FINAL U/D EAST FISHKILL, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** 225 ROBINSON LA CMD ( 39-1) REPORTS FIRE IS NOW P/W/H ALL UNITS TAKEN UP NY35 * NY51 [1STR]. 7:53a.m.

Atlanta GA: (U/D ~0030) 660 Murphy Ave. *2nd ALM* Fire in an OMD, (warehouse converted to lofts). Crews pulled 5 civilians from the building. Three are fatalities (Mother & Two Children) HNAN/RD1. 8:13a.m.

2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL LOWELL MA 754 LAKEVIEW AVE. AN UNK TYPE BUILDING WELL INVOLVED. CO'S BEING ORDERED TO PROTECT THE EXPOSURES. DWH. *154.205* C251/C135/C158 [TAC9-C257]. 10:10a.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM LOWELL MA 754 LAKEVIEW AVE. FIRE IN A LARGE 3 STY WDFRM BLDG APARTMENTS OVER COMMERCIAL. BULK OF THE HEAVY FIRE K/D. CO'S CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. PWH. *154.205* C251/C158/C316 [TAC9-C257]. 10:22a.m.

W/F MISSISSAUGA ONTARIO CANADA, 1761 SANDGATE CR. FIRE THRU ROOF OF RES DWG. 1 L/P NUMEROUS H/L'S IN OP ATT *PEEL-TAC 2* TFN409/313 [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:47a.m.

ELMONT [NASSAU SIG 10 *2nd ALARM EQUIV* aof 459 MORRIS DRIVE x BERNARD ST x tERRY PL/GARVIN BLVD OFF FRANKLIN. HOUSE FIRE. M/A MALVERNE/FRANKLIN SQ/VALLEY STREAM/FLORAL PARK TO FIRE OR S/B ELMONT HQS [MNS342]. 11:45a.m.


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Alerts for 09/26/2005:


00:52. COLUMBUS FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 2608 BURNABY DR. E15 O/S- WSF-ATTACKING WITH 1 HL. OPS:BN6 FG. OFN202 (C)

14:05. TWV. (OFN DISTRICT 8) HAZ MAT (LARGE). MILLERSPORT AREA. ALSO PD ASSIST-M/A TO MILLERSPORT FD- SUSPECTED METH LAB. OPS:15 VIOLET. OFN202 (C)

21:04. CFD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 1097 EAST SYCAMORE. E2,E3,E14,EE15,L15,L2,R2,BN1,M15. OPS:BN1 FG. OFN607 (C)

21:08. CFD. (OFN DISTRICT 8) **U/D**. 1097 EAST SYCAMORE. WORKING GARAGE FIRE WITH EXPLOSION. OPS:BN1FG. OFN537 (C)


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Monday, September 26, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

COLUMBUS FIRE: W/F: 2608 BARNABY DR: ENG15 HAS FIRE SHOWING ON A 2STY SFD. ENGS 15 4 21 TRK 15 TWR 23 RES 4 MED15 BN6. ENG15 ATTACKING WITH TOP BED. *BN6FG* FPO/D260(c). 12:54a.m.

COLUMBUS FIRE: W/F: 164 CLARIDEN AVE: A FULLY INVOLVED GARAGE: ENGS 17 10 12 TWR 10 TRK 12 RES 17 MED 10 BN5. NO RIC. *BN5FG* FPO/D260(c). 4:32a.m.

AKRON (SUMMIT): W/F 1210 MASSILLON RD. "LOCKHEED-MARTIN AIRDOCK". COs: ENG-2,8,13 LAD-4,8 BAT-2,9. S/C TOW-5. OPS: BAT-8. FPO/702/D701 (c). 9:49a.m.

AKRON (SUMMIT): U/D 1210 MASSILLON RD. ADD ENG-4 MED-4 Haz4cuE FOAM-660 INSPECT-9 HMO-2 ARSON-5 TO THE CARD. FPO/702/D701 (c). 10:23a.m.

AMHERST FD (LORAIN): W/F 354 S MAIN ST. SMK SHWG FROM ATTIC. M/A S. AMHERST TO SCENE.ELYRIA TWP TO C/Q. OPS: 154.370 FPO/D703 (C). 3:16p.m.

BEACHWOOD FD: MVA/PIN RICHMOND & CONCORD. CAR VS POLE. COS: ENG 1012, SQD 1044. SQD 1045 S/C'D FOR ADD'L MANPOWER. HILLCREST ER ON TRAUMA ALERT. OPS: 423.350 FPO/D703 (c). 8:21p.m.

TWINSBURG FD: MVA/TRAUMA I-480 EB @ 38 MM. 2 SEMI MVA W/EXPLOSION. MLF S/C'D FOR 1 VICTIM. OPS: 423.825 FPO/D703 (C). 8:57p.m.

AURORA (GEAUGA CO) MVA ON SR 43 S/ OF TOWN. 3 CAR. ENG, SQ. S/C UH MEDEVAC #1 ADULT TRAUMA TO HILLCREST WITH SEVERE FACIAL / MULTI TRAUMA. FPO/D*802 ON MEDEVAC #1. 11:22p.m.


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


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2005

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 06:27
STATEN ISLAND: BOX 1074 AOF #7 HOLLY ST X SPARKHILL AVE E-160 RPTS A LARGE DUMPSTER FIRE W/ EXTENSIONS TO A HOUSE. TRANSMIT THE BOX

@ 12:33
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-771 AOF 48 MENAHAN ST X CENTRAL AVE, BN-37 HAD A FIRE ON THE 1ST FLR OF A 3 STY O/M/D, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D, A/H & RETURNING SPECIAL UNITS.

@ 17:45
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-135 AOF 291 BROADWAY X DUANE ST. FIRE ON THE 20TH FLR IN THE ELEVATOR MACHINERY ROOM, A 20 STH CLASS 1 COMM. BLFG. FIRE K/D, SCH'S NEG, L-10 FAST TK, BN-1 I/C

@ 19:21
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2163 Aof 451 E 140 ST X WILLIS AVE. 1ST FL OF A 5 BK 20 X 40 OMD. FIRE K/D. [MNS342 IAP]



MNS PAGE'S FROM METRO N. Y. & VICINITY:

@ 10:17
YONKERS, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) W/F 79 MAPLE ST. FIRE IN A 2 STY WOOD FRM, BATT. REPORTS CO'S HAD FIRE IN THE WALLS WHICH IS K/D A/T/T, CHECKING FOR EXT. MNS-12

@ 12:45
ELMONT, N.Y. [NASSAU CO ] SIG 10 ** 2ND ALARM EQUIV** aof 459 MORRIS DRIVE x BERNARD ST x TERRY PL / GARVIN BLVD OFF FRANKLIN. HOUSE FIRE. M/A MALVERNE / FRANKLIN SQ / VALLEY STREAM / FLORAL PARK TO FIRE OR S/B AT ELMONT HQS [MNS342]


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Monday, September 26, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

W/F ROCHESTER, NH 128 PORTLAND STREET. COMPANIES REPORT SMOKE SHOWING FROM AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE, M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.980* C603 [TAC9-C101]. 5:55a.m.

2ND ALARM ROCHESTER, NH 128 PORTLAND STREET. COMPANIES REPORT SMOKE SHOWING FROM AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE, M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.980* C603 [TAC9-C101]. 6:02a.m.

3RD ALARM ROCHESTER, NH 128 PORTLAND STREET COMPANIES HAVE FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE SEVERAL TOWNS M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.980* C603 [TAC9-C101]. 6:04a.m.

U/D 3RD ALARM ROCHESTER, NH 128 PORTLAND STREET. COMMAND REPORTS VERY HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE, ALL COMPANIES ORDERED OUT OF THE BUILDING. MASTER STREAMS GOING TO WORK. *154.980* C603/C53 [TAC9-C101]. 6:13a.m.

U/D 3RD ALARM ROCHESTER NH 128 PORTLAND ST. FIRE ON FLOOR 2 & INTO THE COCKLOFT OF A 2.5 STY WDFRM OMD 36X80. HEAVY FIRE K/D. CO'S CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. EXTENSIVE M/A ON SCENE. ACW. PWH *153.980* C101/C53 O/S [TAC9-C257]. 7:07a.m.

MVA LEXINGTON MA ROUTE 2 WESTBOUND AT EXIT 56 (RTES 4 & 225). A ROLLOVER WITH ENTRAPMENT. JAWS GOING TO WORK FOR (1) 1045 C3. *154.340/800 TRUNK* C48/C725 [TAC9-C257]. 9:51a.m.

U/D MVA ARLINGTON MA ROUTE 2 WESTBOUND AT EXIT 57 - DOW AVE. (CORR LOC). A ROLLOVER WITH (1) 1045 C3 EXTRICATED. GROUND TRANSPORT TO AN AREA HOSPITAL. *460.600/800 TRUNK* C48/C725 [TAC9-C257]. 10:04a.m.

2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL LOWELL MA 754 LAKEVIEW AVE. AN UNK TYPE BUILDING WELL INVOLVED. CO'S BEING ORDERED TO PROTECT THE EXPOSURES. DWH. *154.205* C251/C135/C158 [TAC9-C257]. 11:10a.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM LOWELL MA 754 LAKEVIEW AVE. FIRE IN A LARGE 3 STY WDFRM BLDG APARTMENTS OVER COMMERCIAL. BULK OF THE HEAVY FIRE K/D. CO'S CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. PWH. *154.205* C251/C158/C316 [TAC9-C257]. 11:22a.m.

MVA SACO, ME. MAINE TURNPIKE (INTERSTATE 95) AT MILE MARKER 39 SOUTH BOUND A ROLLOVER WITH ENTRAPMENT JAWS BEING REQUESTED TO THE SCENE. *151.280* [TAC9-C101]. 12:08p.m.

HAZ MAT RAYNHAM MA ON ROUTE 24 A GASOLINE TANKER LEAKING REQUEST FOR ROUTE 24 BOTH DIRECTIONS TO BE SHUT DOWN. M/A FOR WATER SUPPLY AND ADDITIONAL FOAM. *453.900* C15/C383 [TAC9-C519]. 12:59p.m.

U/D HAZMAT RAYNHAM MA ROUTE 24 BETWEEN EXITS 13 AND 14 REQUEST FOR LAKEVILLE AND MIDDLEBORO TANKERS TO THE SCENE. ALSO DEP WITH A PUSH. FOAM OPS UNDERWAY. [TAC9-C519]. 1:17p.m.

U/D HAZ MAT RAYNHAM MA ROUTE 24 BETWEEN 13 AND 14 APPROX 1200 GALLONS OF GASOLINE IS LEAKING REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL TANKER AND FOAM TO THE SCENE. ROUTE 24 REMAINS SHUTDOWN. *453.900* C383/C15 [TAC9-C519]. 1:17p.m.

U/D HAZ MAT RAYNHAM MA ROUTE 24 SOUTH NEAR KING ST OVER PASS REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL FOAM FROM FREETOWN AS WELL AS 250 GALLONS OF FOAM FROM EAST BRIDGEWATER TO THE SCENE. [TAC9-C519]. 1:42p.m.

U/D HAZMAT RAYNHAM MA RTE 24 EXITS 13 & 14 S/C ADD ENG & TANKER TO SCENE * 453.900* C519 [TAC9-C90]. 2:31p.m.

MVA LYNN MA 366 CHATHAM ST. CAR VS PEDESTRIAN. MEDFLIGHT REQ FOR (1) 1045 C2 9 Y/O PATIENT CONSCIOUS & COMBATIVE. MEDFLIGHT ON THE GROUND - L/Z NEAR THE SCENE. *153.80* C33/TIP [TAC9-C257]. 2:58p.m.

ACW BILLERICA MA 21 PUTNEY CIRCLE. FIRE IN THE BEDROOM OF AN OCCUPIED DWELLING. *483.475* C520 [TAC9-C257]. 3:02p.m.

U/D ACW BILLERICA MA 21 PUTNEY CIRCLE. FIRE IN THE BEDROOM OF AN OCCUPIED SPLIT-LEVEL DWELLING. CO'S REPORT BULK OF THE FIRE K/D. PWH. S/C AN AMBULANCE TO THE SCENE. *483.475* C520 [TAC9-C257]. 3:14p.m.

MVA/MCI NEWTON MA BOYLSTON ST (RTE 9) EASTBOUND NEAR LANGLEY RD. MULTIPLE VEHICLES INVOLVED INCLUDING A SCHOOL BUS. 7 AMBULANCES ON SCENE. AT LEAST (8) 1045'S UNK CODE TRANSPORTED TO AREA HOSPITALS. *483.4625* C20 [TAC9-C257]. 4:04p.m.

MVA REHOBOTH, MA ON WOODSIDE STREET JAWS WORKING W/ MEDFLIGHT AND 5 RESCUES RESPONDING LZ: COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH ON TREMONT ST ETA 6 MIN. *470.45* (C353/TIP) [TAC9-C316]. 5:34p.m.

W/F IPSWICH MA 3 DIX RD. FIRE IN THE WALLS AROUND THE CHIMNEY OF A DWELLING. M/A TO THE SCENE. *159.390* C101 [TAC9-C257]. 6:29p.m.

ACW CAMBRIDGE, MA BOX-514 13B STORY ST. COMPANIES HAVE SMOKE SHOWING FROM THE BASEMENT OF AN UNK TYPE BLDG *154.355/800* C171 [TAC9-C383]. 7:59p.m.

MVA BARNSTABLE, MA. (CAPE COD) ON ROUTE 6 WEST BOUND NEAR EXIT 6. A CAR VS. PEDESTRIAN 1 10-45 C1 ON SCENE, NOTIFICATIONS BEING MADE. *800* C316/C158/C66 [TAC9-C101]. 8:13p.m.

W/F CAMBRIDGE MA BOX 514 13B STORY ST DIV-2 REPTS BASEMENT FIRE ENG-1 CHARGING LINES *154.355/800* C343 C66 [TAC9-C75]. 8:13p.m.

W/F CAMBRIDGE MA BOX 514 13-B STORY ST KITCHEN FIRE W/F CALLED FOR COVERAGE FIRE K/D (THEY HAVE 2 LADDERS OOS) *154.355/800* C343/383 [TAC9-C171]. 8:13p.m.

MVA HARTFORD CT I-84 EASTBOUND EXIT 50 MULTI-VEHICLE ACCIDENT W/JAWS IN USE S/C ADD'L ENGINE AND 2 ADD'L EMS UNITS HIGHWAY IS CLOSED *154.31* [TAC9-C55]. 11:16p.m.


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Monday, September 26, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

HANOVER COUNTY, VA - W/F 10392 WASHINGTON HWY. ABANDONED 1.5 STORY MOTEL. FIRE & SMOKE SHOWING. LINES LAID. WASHINGTON HWY SHUT DOWN. (VFN103). 8:11a.m.

UPDATE HANOVER COUNTY, VA - W/F 10392 WASHINGTON HWY. WATER SUPPY DIFFICULT. SWITCHING TO DEFENSIVE ATTACK. NOW REPORTING 1 STORY 20X60 STRUCTURE FULLY INVOLVED. (VFN103). 8:17a.m.

UPDATE HANOVER COUNTY, VA - W/F 10392 WASHINGTON HWY. LADDER PIPE OPS. PROTECTING ADJACENT STRUCTURE.SEARCHES NEGATIVE. EXTENSIVE ON SCENE TIME PROJECTED. (VFN103). 8:41a.m.

PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: MVA/TRAP ITA 14807 CLOVERDALE RD. 2 VEH MVA W/ ENTRAPMENT, (1) BLS & (2) ALS PT'S INCLUDING (1) PROBABLE DOA. OPS 5C. (VFN75). 7:08p.m.

(U/D) PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: MVA/TRAP 14807 CLOVERDALE RD. S/C MEDEVAC HELO(S) TO XPORT (2) PT'S. S/C WAGON 513 FOR THE LZ. OPS 5C (VFN75). 7:15p.m.

(U/D) PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: MVA/TRAP 14807 CLOVERDALE RD. AIRCARE1 ENRT W/12 MIN ETA TO XPORT (2) PT'S, (1) PT IS A TRAUMA CODE. LZ @ NEABSCO ELEM SCH BEING HANDLED BY WAGON 517. OPS 5C/LZ 5D (VFN75). 7:20p.m.

(U/D) PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: MVA/TRAP 14807 CLOVERDALE RD. EXTRICATION OPERATIONS COMPLETE, HELO AIRCARE1 O/S. *FINAL* (VFN75) 7:39p.m.

PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: W/F UNK ADDR ON KENOVA DR. BARN F/I. OPS ON 5D (VFN75). 10:02p.m.

NORFOLK, VA W/F 1200 W. 26TH ST. E3 O/S ABANDONED RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE. FIRE SHOWING. (VFN35). 11:26p.m.

NORFOLK, VA W/F 1200 W. 26TH ST. FIRE IN A VACANT RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE NOW OUT. EXPOSURES PROTECTED. *FINAL* (VFN35). 11:45p.m.


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Monday, September 26, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

HOWELL, NJ (MONMOUTH) *HAZMAT* BEHIND SEARS HARDWARE LOCATED ALDRICH RD & RT. 9 SOUTH - FD & OEM REQUESTED FOR THE UNKNOWN TYPE SPILL - EAN491/ EAN27. 6:29p.m.

U/D HOWELL, NJ (MONMOUTH) *HAZMAT* SEARS HARDWARE LOCATED @ ALDRICH RD W. & RT. 9 S SUBSTANCE HAS BEEN DEEMED SAFE NON HAZARDOUS - EAN491/ EAN27. 6:53p.m.

BERKELY TWP NJ (OCEAN) *WORKING FIRE* 425 ARLINGTON AVE FIRE IN A DWELLING. EAN1135/3311 EAN503. 9:29p.m.

MAPLEWOOD NJ (ESSEX) *WORKING FIRE* 1378 SPRINGFIELD AVE. FIRE 1ST FL. MUTUAL AID TO WORK & COVER EAN503. 948p.m.

WOOD-RUDGE NJ *WORKING FIRE* HILLCREST TER, FIRE IN A PVT DWG EAN503/ EAN840. 10:35p.m.


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(covering New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Wash DC, Virginia, West Virginia and Florida).


Monday, September 26, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

U/D HEMPSTEAD, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** 283 NORTH FRANKLIN AVE. & MAIN ST. CMD. REPORTING HEAVY FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF AN UN-OCCUPIED COMMERCIAL DWELLING, ALL CO'S. WORKING. NY003 * NY512. 12:28a.m.

EAST FISHKILL, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** 229 ROBINSON LN CMD O/S, 2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL FOR WORKING FIRE IN A RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE. EMS TO EVALUATE INJURIES TO HOMEOWNER NY35. 5:23a.m.

FINAL U/D EAST FISHKILL, NY (DUTCHESS) **2ND ALARM** 225 ROBINSON LA CMD ( 39-1) REPORTS FIRE IS NOW P/W/H ALL UNITS TAKEN UP NY35 * NY51. 8:53a.m.

FAIRFIELD, CT (FAIRFIELD) **HAZ-MAT W/ VICTIMS** ROUND HILL RD AT THE COLLEGE CAMPUS CMD O/S WITH A UNKNOWN TYPE HAZ - MAT REQUEST A 3RD ALARM ON ARRIVAL AND COUNTY HAZ MAT TO THE SCENE ALONG WITH ADD ALS AND BLS UNITS NY51. 9:34a.m.

FAIRFIELD, CT (FAIRFIELD) **3RD ALARM ON ARRIVAL** ROUND HILL RD AT THE COLLEGE CAMPUS CMD O/S WITH A UNKNOWN TYPE HAZ - MAT REQUEST A 3RD ALARM ON ARRIVAL AND COUNTY HAZ MAT TO THE SCENE ALONG WITH ADD ALS AND BLS UNITS NY51. 9:34a.m.

EAST FISHKILL, NY (DUTCHESS) **NATURAL GAS LEAK** 6 HILLSIDE LAKE RD CMD O/S WITH A GAS LEAK IN A SCHOOL REQUEST FULL 1ST ALARM AND ALS FOR STAND BY GAS COMPANY TO RESPOND NY51. 9:47a.m.

U/D EAST FISHKILL, NY (DUTCHESS) **NATURAL GAS LEAK** 6 HILLSIDE LAKE RD CMD O/S WITH A GAS LEAK IN A SCHOOL REQUEST FULL 1ST ALARM AND ALS FOR STAND BY GAS COMPANY TO RESPOND CMD ( 39-1) REPORTS HAS A STRONG ODOR OF PROPANE THROUGH-OUT THE SCHOOL USING ALL HANDS D/W/H/ NY51. 10:03a.m.

LITTLE EGG HARBOR TWP, NJ (OCEAN) **NATURAL GAS LEAK** 590 N. GREEN ST (CR-539) NEAR 4TH AVE. PD O/S AT A CONSTRUCTION SITE WHERE WORKERS RUPTURED THE NATURAL GAS MAIN. FD AND GAS CO REQ TO THE SCENE. NJ198. 10:48a.m.

U/D LITTLE EGG HARBOR TWP, NJ (OCEAN) **NATURAL GAS LEAK** 590 N. GREEN ST (CR-539) NEAR 4TH AVE. PD O/S AT A CONSTRUCTION SITE WHERE WORKERS RUPTURED THE NATURAL GAS MAIN. FD O/S NOW REPORTING EVACUATIONS OF SURROUNDING HOMES IN PROGRESS. REQ GAS CO FORTHWITH. NJ198. 10:58a.m.

FINAL U/D LITTLE EGG HARBOR TWP, NJ (OCEAN) **NATURAL GAS LEAK** 590 N. GREEN ST (CR-539) NEAR 4TH AVE. GAS CO O/S AND SERVICE HAS BEEN SECURED. ALL FD UNITS SECURING AND EVACUATED HOMEOWNERS ALLOWED TO RETURN. NJ198. 11:41a.m.

MOUNT LAUREL, NJ (BURLINGTON) **NATURAL GAS LEAK** 200 CENTURY PARKWAY AT BLUE CROSS, EVACUATIONS IN PROGRESS NJT32 * NY51. 11:51a.m.

BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** EVERGREEN ST BX 711 BATT. 37 REPORTS ALL HANDS GOING TO WORK AT LOCATION, 1 LINE IN, TRUCKS ARE OPENING UP. FIRE WAS ON FLOOR #1 IN A 20 X 60 OMD. NYT18 * NJ891. 12:38p.m.

U/D ELMONT, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** 459 MORRIS DR. CO'S HAVE FIRE IN A PRIVATE RESIDENCE, UNK SIZE. M/A FAST TEAM FROM FRANKLIN SQUARE. I/C REQUESTING BLS FOR A INJ'D FF UNK CONDITION. NY441 * NJ111. 12:48p.m.

[CORRECTED LOCATION] ELMONT, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** 465 MORRIS DR I/C REQUESTING FIRE MARSHAL INVESTIGATOR TO SCENE ASAP . NY441 * NJ891. 12:58p.m.

U/D ELMONT, NY (NASSAU) **WORKING FIRE** 465 MORRIS DR. FIRE IN A P/D 60X165 2 STORY WOOD FRAME. FIRE PLACED U/C AS PER I/C. NY441 * NY959 * NJ891. 1:06p.m.

PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **WORKING FIRE** 6259 BROAD STREET COMMAND O/S HAS HVY. SMOKE SHOWING FROM THE 1ST FLOOR. LADDER COMPANY IS GOING INTO SERVICE FOR POSSIBLE RESCUE ON THE 2ND FLOOR. DISPATCH STATEING CALLER IS STILL ON THE LINE. NJ821. 1:22p.m.

U/D PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **WORKING FIRE** 6259 BROAD STREET COMMAND HAS A OCCUPIED APARTMENT BUILDING 3 STORY'S. VICTIM ON THE 2ND FLOOR HAS BEEN REMOVED AND BEING EVALUATED BY EMS. PLACEING FIRE U/C. NJ821. 1:25p.m.

STATEN ISLAND, NY (NYC) **HAZ-MAT** RICHMOND AVE AND VICTORY BLVD. BATT 22 REPORTS TWO 5 GAL CONTAINERS WITH UNK CONTENTS. EVAC. OF IMMEDIATE AREA UNDERWAY. HAZMAT 1 ENROUTE ALL SPECIAL UNITS TO CONTINUE IN. NY959 * NJ111. 1:34p.m.

MAHWAH, NJ (BERGEN) **NATURAL GAS LEAK** 80 GLATZCO TERRACE PD O/S CONFIRMING GAS LEAK IN A HOME, FD REQ FORTHWITH. NJ891. 2:03p.m.

U/D STATEN ISLAND, NY (NYC) **HAZ-MAT** RICHMOND AVE @ VICTORY BLVD - PD & DEP INVESTIGATING PACKAGE - EMS REPORTS NO INJURIES AT THIS TIME. NJ109 * NJ3690. 2:55p.m.

LOGAN TWP, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **2ND ALARM** BRUSH FIRE. CROWN POINT RD. LARGE AREA OF BRUSH AND WOODS INVOLVED. S/C TANKERS AND BRUSH TRUCKS. ASH FROM FIRE IS FALLING ON HOMES IN RIDLEY TWP, PA. FIRE AND SMOKE CLEARLY VISIBLE FROM PA. PA153. 3:35p.m.

U/D LOGAN TWP, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **LARGE BRUSH FIRE** IAO CROWN POINT RD. 2000FT AREA OF BRUSH INVOLVED. LARGE MUTAL AID TASK FORCE TO SCENE AND COVERS. NWS ADVISING STRONG WIND GUSTS UNTIL MIDNIGHT. EMBERS NOW FALLING ACROSS THE DELAWARE RIVER INTO PHILLY, DELAWARE & MONTGOMERY COUNTIES. PA153. 4:29p.m.

U/D LOGAN TWP, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **LARGE BRUSH FIRE** IAO SPRINGER LANE STILL A LARGE AREA OF BRUSH INVOLVED, STILL NUMEROUS TANKERS BEING CALLED INTO THE SCENE. CO'S HAVE EXTENDED OPS. PA153 NJ3305. 5:09p.m.

BRONX, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** BOX. 2163 451 E 140 ST. BET. WILLIS AVE. AND BROOK AVE. BATT. 14 HAS FIRE IN A 5 STORY O.M.D 25X40. FIRE ON 1ST FLOOR POSS. PEOPLE TRAPPED HANGING OUT WINDOWS. PRIMARY SEARCHES ARE NEG. FIRE IS D/W/H NY1715. 7:17p.m.

U/D BRONX, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** BOX. 2163 451 E 140 ST. BET. WILLIS AVE. AND BROOK AVE. DIV. 6 REPORTS 1 L.S.O MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D PRIMARY SEARCHES ON FIRE FL. AND FL. ABOVE COMP. AND NEG. PLACING THIS FIRE P/W/H NY1715. 7:22p.m.

FINAL U/D BRONX, NY (NYC) **ALL HANDS** BOX. 2163 451 E 140 ST. BET. WILLIS AVE. AND BROOK AVE. DIV. 6 REPORTS ALL SEC. SEARCHES COMP. AND NEG. REQ. EMS FOR 1 PERSON WITH SMOKE INHALATION. PLACING THIS FIRE U/C NY1715. 7:36p.m.

BUFFALO, NY (ERIE) **WORKING FIRE** 319 LONGNECKER. FIRE IN A 1 1/2 STORY VACANT WOOD FRAME CHURCH. 2 L/S/O. S/C FIRE MARSHAL TO THE SCENE. NY124 * NJ109. 9:30p.m.

WHITE PLAINS, NY (WESTCHESTER) **AIRCRAFT ALERT** 240 AIRPORT RD - WESTCHESTER COUNTY AIRPORT. UNITS STAGING FOR AN INBOUND AIRCRAFT WITH SMOKE IN THE FUSELAGE. NJ109. 10:13p.m.

FINAL U/D WHITE PLAINS, NY (WESTCHESTER) **AIRCRAFT ALERT** 240 AIRPORT RD - WESTCHESTER COUNTY AIRPORT. UNITS ADVISING THE INBOUND IS A CESSNA CORPORATE JET WITH 4000 LBS OF FUEL AND 2 S.O.B. NOW SAFELY ON THE GROUND WITHOUT INCIDENT. NJ109. 10:18p.m.

WOOD-RIDGE, NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** AREA OF HILLCREST AVE NEAR SUSSEX RD. ATTIC FIRE WITH EXTENSION TO THE ROOF OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A TRUCK FROM HASBROUCK HEIGHTS TO THE SCENE. NJ301. 10:30p.m.

U/D WOOD-RIDGE, NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** DEAD END OF HILLCREST AVE NEAR SUSSEX RD. FIRE LOCATED ON THE 2ND FL OF A 2.5STY FRAME WITH EXTENSION TO THE ATTIC. 1 LINE WORKING, TRUCKS OPENING THE ROOF. M/A TRUCK AND FAST TEAM TO THE SCENE. ADDT'L M/A FOR COVER. DWH. NJ301. 10:35p.m.

U/D WOOD-RIDGE, NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** DEAD END OF HILLCREST AVE NEAR SUSSEX RD. VISIBLE FIRE K/D. FIRE PWH. NJ301. 11:07p.m.


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Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.


Monday, September 26, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

TORONTO, 2ND, 280 CARLINGVIEW DR.COMM.TFN341 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:31a.m.

2ND ALARM TORONTO 280 CARLINGVIEW DR FIRE IN A MEN'S LOUNGE *W3* TFN332 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:33a.m.

TORONTO, 280 CARLINGVIEW FIRE ON W3, TFN341 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:33a.m.

TORONTO, 2ND ALARM, CARLINGVIEW DR. Sof DIXON RD. COMM'L BLDG., 2ND O/A. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:34a.m.

TORONTO *FINAL* 280 CARLINGVIEW CMD RELEASING 2-2 COS; FIRE OUT; SMK CLEARING TFN313 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:46a.m.

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CANADA Report:


W/F MISSISSAUGA ON, 1761 SANDGATE CR. FIRE THRU ROOF OF RES DWG. 1 L/P NUMEROUS H/L'S IN OP ATT *TAC 2* TFN409 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 11:35a.m.

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WORLD Report:


WOODVILLE, (DERBYSHIRE), UK. PUMPS 6, MOIRA RD. VACANT CLAY WORKS, S/C TOWER LADDER. TFN315. 4:20p.m.


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Monday, September 26, 2005

(Mountain Standard Time Zone)

ICP:PrescottFD 1A Str OAK KNOLL DR, E75 ons w\Garage fully involved, E74 going in for SAR & fire attack, E51 has RIC, T72 has roof, BC1 has cmd TFC:Ch2 154.340,PPD 154.800(ICP324). 8:15a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD TRT-MTN 6101 E CHOLLA LN TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP444]. 10:08a.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 2345 W LINCOLN ST Units onscene of a W/F. RIC assignment is enroute. TFC:Ch8 153.770 [ICP444m]. 12:43p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 1A-HAZ 2345 W LINCOLN ST TFC:Ch8 153.770 [ICP444m]. 12:45p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 1A-STR 9617 W METRO PKWY TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP444m]. 1:02p.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD 1A Per CMD, they are onscene with flames showing from the roof. TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP444m]. 1:08p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 2120 W AMELIA AVE Units onscene of a W/F. RIC assignment is enroute. TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP444m]. 3:14p.m.

ICP: ChandlerFD HELO REQUEST ALMA SCHOOL & FRYE RD Medical helicopter enroute for a pedestrian struck by a car. TFC:Ch7 154.145 LZ-Ch4 154.280 [ICP963m]. 4:40p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 99TH AVE/LWR BUCKEYE Units onscene of a W/F. RIC assignment is enroute. TFC:Ch9 155.670 [ICP444m]. 7:50p.m.

ICP: SurpriseFD 3-1-HSE 16039 N HOLLYHOCK DR Units ONS of a W/F TFC:Ch6 154.310, SurPD 52336 [ICP242]. 10:20p.m.

ICP: SurpriseFD 1A-HSE 16039 N HOLLYHOCK DR CMD req a balance of a 1A TFC:Ch6 154.310, SurPD 52336 [ICP242]. 10:21p.m.

ICP: SurFD 1A CMD has advised MAYDAY has been transmitted TFC:Ch6 154.310, SurPD 52336 [ICP242]. 10:24p.m.

ICP: SurFD 1A CMD has has sounded EMERGENCY TONES for live wires down TFC:Ch6 154.310, SurPD 52336 [ICP242]. 10:26p.m.

ICP: SurFD 1A CMD advising F/C & PAR on F/G TFC:Ch6 154.310, SurPD 52336 [ICP242]. 10:34p.m.

ICP: RMFD 3-1-STR UNK LOCATION ATT Units onscene of a Working Fire DEFENSIVE OPS. TFC:Ch9 155.380 [ICP319]. 10:41p.m.

ICP-U/D: RMFD 3-1-STR Units have established 185TH AVE COMMAND. TFC:Ch9 155.385 [ICP319m]. 10:47p.m.

ICP: RuralMetroFD 3-1-STR 185TH AVE & UNKNOWN Units onscene of a 2 story hay barn about 3/4 full. TFC:Ch9 155.385 [ICP319,444]. 10:49p.m.

ICP-U/D: RMFD 3-1-STR COMMAND advising 2 Story Barn 3/4 Full of Hay FULLY INVOLVED. TFC:Ch9 155.385 [ICP319]. 10:50p.m.

ICP-U/D: RMFD 3-1-STR 7720 N 185TH AVE. TFC:Ch9 [ICP444,112,319]. 11:10p.m.

ICP: BuckeyeFD BRUSH ASSIGNMENT JOHNSON & SOUTHERN Unit ons with a 2 acre brush fire requesting add'l units to respond. TFC:B12 154.085 [ICP963]. 11:54p.m.


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Arizona Public Safety News Network
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Monday, September 26, 2005

(Mountain Standard Time)

APSN: 1st ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE Phoenix FD 9617 N METRO PKWY WEST. Working fire with EMERGENCY TRAFFIC sounded for crews to NOT enter east side. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02]. 1:08p.m.

APSN: 962 EXTRICATION Phoenix FD 64th AVE / HAPPY VALLEY. CMD E48 advising 18 wheel semi vs car. Rpts of bystanders doing CPR. FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN02]. 1:23p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD 1A W/F: CMD North Deputy has special called C599 to scene & advising this was roofing material on the roof that was on fire now under control. Cancel SDC, CV1, BC8, BC9, BC1, BC191. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02]. 1:23p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD 962X: CMD E48 advising hold E48 L159 BC9 recall balance. Stand down helo. FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN02]. 1:30p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD 962X: Medic155 advising they have 1 immediate by mechanism at their location will need a rescue. R36 enroute Code3. Trans to JCL. FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN02]. 1:33p.m.

APSN: 3-1 HOUSE FIRE W/F Phoenix FD 2431 W OSBORN. E710 with a working attic fire. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02]. 1:45p.m.

APSN: 962 EXTRICATION Phoenix FD CENTRAL / INDIAN SCHOOL. Several pts with add'l units enroute. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02]. 2:13p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD A2: CMD BC19 advising aircraft has landed without incident. Recall assignment. FREQ: Ch2 154.250 [APSN02]. 2:39p.m.

APSN: ALERT-2 Phoenix FD SKY HARBOR AIRPORT Sta19 & 29 staged. FREQ: Ch2 154.250 [APSN02]. 2:39p.m.

APSN: HAZMAT CALL Phoenix FD ENROUTE ----> 9023 N 35th AVE. FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN02]. 2:39p.m.

APSN: TRUCK FIRE WITH EXTENSION TO BRUSH Daisy Mtn FD I-17 @ M.P. 240 S/B. S/C E141 Tanker141. FREQ: Ch10 151.370 [APSN02]. 2:39p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD Haz: CMD advising unknown chemical causing airway problems at the animal clinic. Hazmat crews will make entry. FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN02m]. 3:22p.m.

APSN: MVA HELO REQUEST Chandler FD ALMA SCHOOL / FRYE. Native Air2 enroute. FREQ: B2 155.955 [APSN02]. 4:44p.m.

APSN: 3-1 APARTMENT FIRE W/F Phoenix FD 59th AVE / CLARENDON. Working fire. FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN02]. 5:49p.m.

APSN: APARTMENT FIRE Phoenix FD 3646 N 67th AVE Units ons a W/F FREQ: CH9 155.6700 [APSN33]. 5:50p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD W/F: Units advising FIRE CONTROL & all clear, investigator enroute. other units can go in service FREQ: CH9 155.6700 [APSN33]. 5:55p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD W/F: EMERGENCY TRAFFIC has been sounded, multiple active power lines are down near the fire FREQ: CH8 153.7700 [APSN33]. 6:36p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxPD SHOOTING: Units are advsing that this is a sucide, additional units enroute to assist w/ preserving the scene, AR van enroute FREQ: B Deck 6/9 154.8900 [APSN33]. 6:36p.m.

APSN: SHOOTING Phoenix PD 4115 E GREENWAY LN Units have one 901H subject w/ GSW to head FREQ: B Deck 6/9 154.8900 [APSN33]. 6:36p.m.

APSN: STRUCTURE FIRE Phoenix FD 616 N 16th AVE Units ons a W/F, requesting PD for traffic control FREQ: CH8 153.7700 [APSN33]. 6:36p.m.

APSN: STRUCTURE FIRE Phoenix FD 676 N 16th ST Units ons a W/F FREQ: CH8 153.7700 [APSN33]. 6:36p.m.

APSN: MVA HELO REQUEST Gila River FD I-10 / RIGGS RD. At least 2 helos from Native Air enroute. FREQ: 453.975 [APSN02]. 7:30p.m.

APSN: 3-1 BARN FIRE W/F Phoenix FD 99th AVE / LOWER BUCKEYE. Well involved barn full of hay. FREQ: Ch9 155.670 [APSN33,02]. 7:50p.m.

APSN U/D: GRFD MVA Helos: This was upgraded to a 1st alarm medical with units from Sun LakesFD & ChandlerFD assisting Gila River. Transportation in progress. FREQ: Ch8 153.770 [APSN02]. 8:03p.m.

APSN: 3-1 HOUSE FIRE W/F Surprise FD 16039 N. HOLLYHOCK. BC301 with a fully involved house. E301 with fire attack. FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN02]. 10:16p.m.

APSN: BALANCE 1ST ALARM HOUSE FIRE W/F Surprise FD 16039 N. HOLLYHOCK. Fully involved house with a FF MAYDAY transmitted onscene. NFI ATT. FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN02]. 10:26p.m.

APSN U/D: SurFD 1A W/F: El MirageFD, Sun CityFD, Sun City WestFD, PeoriaFD, GlendaleFD assisting. NFI ATT on the mayday transmitted. FREQ: Ch6 154.310 [APSN02]. 10:32p.m.

APSN U/D: RMFD Hay Fire W/F: CMD E837 advising crews in DEFENSIVE mode only attacking with large lines. FREQ: Ch9 155.385 [APSN02]. 10:46p.m.

APSN: HAY STACK FIRE W/F Rural / Metro FD West County 7220 N 185th AVE. E837 well involved hay stack with exposure & extension to numerous large fuel tanks & bldgs. Units from east county enroute to assist & for moveup. This is 2nd hay fire in west area tonight. Citizens self evacuating area. FREQ: Ch9 155.385 [APSN02]. 10:46p.m.

APSN U/D: RMFD Hay Fire: CMD E837 advising 2sty pole barn 3/4 full of hay FULLY INVOLVED. FREQ: Ch9 155.385 [APSN02]. 10:53p.m.

APSN U/D: RMFD Hay Fire: CMD has S/C'd West County Reserves to scene. WT855 still enroute from Queen Creek. FREQ: Ch9 155.385 [APSN02]. 10:58p.m.

APSN: BRUSH FIRE W/F Buckeye FD JOHNSON / SOUTHERN. E311 with 2 acres on fire requesting add'l engines, brush trucks & tankers. FREQ: B12 154.085 [APSN02]. 11:55p.m.


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


Monday, September 26, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

STLFN: ST.LOUIS,MO: STLFD HAS A WORKING FIRE @ 4445 NORTH MARKET. FIRE IN A BUILDING. UNKNOWN SIZE-UP. FIRE NOW UNDER CONTROL. PRIMARY SEARCH NEG. FIU-CAR 821 RESPONDING [STL899]. 5:27a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS COUNTY MO - AUTO ACCIDENT INVOLVING A SCHOOL BUS ON HWY 141 BETWEEN MANCHESTER RD & CARMAN RD. REPORT OF TWO PATIENTS TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL. AN MCI LEVEL 1 WAS REQUESTED & THEN IMMEDIATELY CANCELLED. [STL810]. 9:04a.m.

STLFN:LONG LAKE FD (MADISON CO.IL) ON SCENE OF A HOUSE FIRE @ ELLIOTT RD. AND ROUTE 162 MITCHELL FD ON SCENE ASST. A MOVE UP IS BEING MADE. (STL 835). 11:49a.m.


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Monday, September 26, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

Merriam, KS: W/F @ 9968 W 51st Terr x Farley, fire from a 1-sty private dwelling. 1st Alm @ 0135hrs. Merriam E61, E621, Shawnee E71, CFD2 Trk21, BC 205, EMS1131, Add'l ENG @ 0141hrs. CFD2 E21. U/C @ 0157hrs [KC-01/STL899]. 6:38a.m.


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Denver & CO, UT & WY
-compiled by: Dave Hanna
Mtn News Net 005
davemnn@yahoo.com


Monday, September 26, 2005

(Mountain Time Zone)

Fort Collins: *2nd alarm* working S/F on Spring Creek Lane Either commercial or MFD. 5 engines Truck, Squad, Bat, Amb all O/S O/F PFA TG3 DTRS //008. 8:39a.m.


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CICERO, IL:


Sept 26 Approx. 0600hrs Still and Box Fire 2900 Blk of 49th ave. 3 story wooden frame, store on first floor and apts above. Heavy fire upon arrival, possible communications to the exposures. 2 aerial pipes up, numerous handlines operating. Fire struck 1 hour. 5 engines, 3 trucks, 1 Squad


Rick Moravecek
cicerofd1@comcast.net


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Mon 9/26/2005


W/F Merriam, KS 9968 W 51st Terr x Farley, fire showing from a 1-sty private dwelling. 1st Alm @ 0135: Merriam E61, E621, Shawnee E71, CFD2 Trk21, BC 205, EMS1131 Add'l Engine @ 0141: CFD2 E21
UC @ 0157


Debell, Jeffrey, CFD2
Jeffrey.Debell@cfd2.org


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Manhattan, N. Y. 09/26/05 @ 17:15 hrs.
Civic Center

Box 135
address: 291 Broadway
between: Duane St. & Reade St.

135 @ 17:12
Engs. 7, 6, 10
T. Lad. 1, Lad. 8
Batt. 1

@ 17:18
Batt. 2 reports: Using 2 Eng. & 2 Tks.
for a smoke condition on the 20th floor.

10 - 75 - 135 @ 17:26
Ladder 10 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 4
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #18
Batt. 2
Division 1

Fire Building:
20 Story Class 1 150 x 150 Comm. Office Bldg.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Street
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a 40 Story Class 1 Comm. Office Bldg.

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 135 @ 17:40
Division 1 reports: Box 135, We have a fire in the elevator machinery room on the 20th. floor. It's a 20 Story Class 1 Commercial Office Bldg. Fire is being knocked down at this time. We're using All - Hands.

@ 17:48
Division 1: Box 135, We're going to go Probably Will Hold. Primary & secondary searches are negative. Fire has been extinguished.

@ 17:51
Division 1: Box 135, Fire is UnderControl.


exchief84@sbcglobal.net


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WI-IncidentAlert · Wisconsin Fire & Police Incidents
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)

Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005

From: John Schneider

Milwaukee structure fire 10:10am

434 N 32nd - working fire on 2nd floor of 2 family dwelling F2 F3


Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005
From: a1emt@aol.com

Wauwatosa Pursuit 21:12hrs

Wauwatosa Police EB Bluemound Rd. at US 41. in pursuit of auto for unknown reasons. Driver attempting to ram squads, throwing money out of the auto.

17232 Tosa PD 3


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UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON, ENGLAND

MONDAY 26 SEPTEMBER

South Norwood – fire fatality

A man died following a fire in a flat on Portland Road in South Norwood on Saturday evening. The man was found by firefighters in a bedroom on the ground floor. Around a quarter of the four roomed property was damaged by fire during the incident. The cause of the fire is being investigated. The Brigade was called at 1630 and the fire was under control by 1717. Crews from Woodside fire station attended the incident.

Ruislip – fire fatality
A woman died following a fire which also badly damaged a house on Linden Avenue in Ruislip last night. The woman was found by firefighters on the first floor of the two storey property. Crews used thermal imaging equipment and breathing apparatus during the incident. The fire completely gutted the ground floor and caused substantial fire and smoke damage to the first floor. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Brigade and Police. The Brigade was called at 2137 and the fire was under control by 2231. Crews from Ruislip, Harrow, Hillingdon and Northolt fire stations attended the incident.

Morden – industrial building blaze
Over forty firefighters attended a blaze at a derelict industrial building on Green Lane in Morden on Saturday evening. Crews wearing breathing apparatus managed to stop the fire from spreading to the first and second floors of the three storey building. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Brigade and Police. The Brigade was called at 2154 and the fire was under control by 2350. Crews from Mitcham and surrounding fire stations attended the incident.


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Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2005-9-26
National Police and Fire Incidents


0034hrs - BUILDING FIRE - FONDREN RD - HOUSTON, TX

0052hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - TERRY - SHREVEPORT, LA

0052hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2608 BURNABY DR - COLUMBUS FIRE, OH

0054hrs - FIRE - TERRY - SHREVEPORT, LA

0121hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SOUTHWEST FWY - HOUSTON, TX

0130hrs - FIRE - 2600 BLOCK BURNTFORK DR #135 #T - CLEARWATER, FL

0130hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4000 HORIZON HILL APT: 2523 - SAN ANTONIO, TX

0350hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1400 DEVON RD - SARASOTA, FL

0353hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - BRYONWOOD - HOUSTON, TX

0358hrs - UNKNOWN TYPE FIRE - N LIME ST & E LEMON ST ST - LANCASTER, PA

0613hrs - FIRE - 3500 FRONTAGE RD E - TAMPA, FL

0613hrs - FIRE - I75 EXT&SR826 EXT - MIAMI, FL

0622hrs - BUILDING FIRE - BINGLE RD - HOUSTON, TX

0639hrs - TRUCK CARGO FIRE - COMMERCIAL - S TAMIAMI TRL & N RIVER RD - SARASOTA, FL

0650hrs - FIRES - 600 BLK VIA CARRO - NEWBURY PK, CA

0650hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2405 MACON - DALLAS, TX

0709hrs - UNKNOWN TYPE FIRE - ROCK RD & E BURKHOLDER DR - CLAY, PA

0712hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - YOUREE - SHREVEPORT, LA

0713hrs - FIRE - YOUREE - SHREVEPORT, LA

0745hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - BALTIMORE - SHREVEPORT, LA

0818hrs - BUILDING FIRE - E CROSSTIMBERS - HOUSTON, TX

0837hrs - FIRE - 15883 SW 138TH PL - MIAMI, FL

0851hrs - FIRE - 420 NE 147TH TER - MIAMI, FL

0854hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - RIDGEWAY DR - HOUSTON, TX

1023hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ENGLEWOOD ST - HOUSTON, TX

1028hrs - FIRE - 2005 NW 70TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

1029hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MEADOW PINES CT - HOUSTON, TX

1036hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MEADOW PINES CT - HOUSTON, TX

1042hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - RUELL - HOUSTON, TX

1103hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - PARK DR - HOUSTON, TX

1127hrs - FIRES - 0-100 BLK KELLOGG ST - VENTURA, CA

1128hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - 70TH - SHREVEPORT, LA

1130hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5111 PHILIP - DALLAS, TX

1134hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - PEORIA - HOUSTON, TX

1148hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - RIVERSIDE AVE & RANCK MILL RD - LANCASTER, PA

1224hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 128 VILLA DR - SARASOTA, FL

1300hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - SPRINGVILLE RD & PETERS RD - SALISBURY, PA

1323hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MANOR FOREST DR - HOUSTON, TX

1329hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - POLAND - SHREVEPORT, LA

1330hrs - FIRE - POLAND - SHREVEPORT, LA

1334hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - SAMFORD - SHREVEPORT, LA

1348hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK MONTE VIA - OAK VW, CA

1407hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - S QUEEN ST & W VINE ST - LANCASTER, PA

1425hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - RIDGEWOOD - SHREVEPORT, LA

1438hrs - FIRE - 11800 QUAIL ROOST DR - MIAMI, FL

1518hrs - FIRES - BLK BARBARA DR / SANTA ROSA RD - SANTA ROSA VALLEY, CA

1522hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - COOKWOOD DR - HOUSTON, TX

1540hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3126 ROYALTON DR - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1548hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK W HUENEME RD - OXNARD, CA

1554hrs - BUILDING FIRE - S BRAESWOOD BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

1556hrs - FIRES - 2500 BLK E PHYLLIS ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

1610hrs - FIRE - 14242 SW 292ND TER - MIAMI, FL

1623hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FEAGAN ST - HOUSTON, TX

1637hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE CONFIRMED - 4281 WINNERS CIR - SARASOTA, FL

1642hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - WESTOVER - SHREVEPORT, LA

1648hrs - FIRE - 13114 ALEXANDRIA DR - MIAMI, FL

1658hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 9390 W FLAGLER ST - MIAMI, FL

1710hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3424 GILLESPIE - DALLAS, TX

1802hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - ROSEBUD - SHREVEPORT, LA

1814hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 19820 SW 116TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

1820hrs - BUILDING FIRE - W LITTLE YORK RD - HOUSTON, TX

1820hrs - DUPLEX ON FIRE - BASTROP ST - HOUSTON, TX

1834hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - BOSTIC ST - HOUSTON, TX

1837hrs - FIRES - 1700 BLK 8TH CIR - PORT HUENEME, CA

1900hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - NOVATO DR - HOUSTON, TX

1901hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK AGNUS DR - VENTURA, CA

1910hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - S MARSALIS - DALLAS, TX

1913hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - S LAKE HOUSTON PKWY - HOUSTON, TX

1920hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WITTE RD - HOUSTON, TX

1923hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - GONZALES ST - HOUSTON, TX

1934hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - PARK - SHREVEPORT, LA

1940hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - FREUDENBURG RD / IH 10 E - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1948hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - MOUNTAINBROOK - SHREVEPORT, LA

1950hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 9905 ST JAMES - DALLAS, TX

1951hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SELINSKY - HOUSTON, TX

2000hrs - FIRES - 600 BLK W SANTA BARBARA ST - SANTA PAULA, CA

2005hrs - FIRES - 1600 BLK ANDERSON ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

2017hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 9975 NW 126TH TER - MIAMI, FL

2034hrs - FIRES - 4800 BLK DONLON RD - SOMIS, CA

2055hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - MANSFIELD - SHREVEPORT, LA

2056hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 2 MARINA PLZ - SARASOTA, FL

2101hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CLEARWOOD - HOUSTON, TX

2153hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 2411 PARSON LN - SARASOTA, FL

2204hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - DE HAVEN - HOUSTON, TX

2234hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WILCREST DR - HOUSTON, TX

2240hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4815 NOME - DALLAS, TX

2251hrs - BUILDING FIRE - TELEPHONE - HOUSTON, TX

2253hrs - CHECK FOR FIRE - BRIGHT EMBER CT - HOUSTON, TX

2259hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK SANTA MONICA DR - SILVER STRAND BEACH, CA

2302hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FONDREN RD - HOUSTON, TX

2311hrs - BUILDING FIRE - MCCARTY - HOUSTON, TX

2314hrs - BUILDING FIRE - W HOLCOMBE BLVD - HOUSTON, TX


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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 26th:

1874
- Gorham - NH - Lary's Grist Mill destroyed by fire

1892c. - Newbury VT- Wells River- Coosuck House Hotel (Wells River House) Built c.1830 - Adjacent horse stable struck by lightning destroyed Hotel and six buildings

1901 - Groveland - MA - The Town Hall building on King Street, containing all grades from the third to eighth in the central part of town, was totally destroyed by fire - Some of the displaced classes where held at the firehouse!

1968 - Windham - NH - MVA/Fire Fatal - Rte 111 - Car vs 6000 gallon oil tanker - Impact sheared tank off truck frame - Flames 50 feet in air scorching trees 200 feet away - Car driver burned to death - Tanker driver hospitalized

2003 - Wolcott - VT - Buck's Furniture Warehouse - Large 3 story warehouse (old gristmill) full of furniture destroyed by fire - 75 firefighters to scene - Mutual Aid Elmore, Hardwick, Craftsbury, Morrisville, Hyde Park and Johnson


Notable incidents beyond New England

1856
- Hanover - NH - Burke House (dwelling) burned

1998 - Peru - VT - Working Fire - Bromley Village - Birch Development - Bldg heavily involved

1909 - Corinna - ME - et al - rained for several days during the last days of September 1909 caused by a "disturbance" off the coast of New England. The story from Sept. 30, 1909 called it one of the worst floods in the history of Northern Maine. It affected the counties of Aroostook, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somerset, and Washington. It washed out many railroad lines, roads and bridges. Some of the more interesting stories in the paper were about the possibility of the dam bursting at Katahdin Iron Works and with so many logs clogging the rising rivers that in Brownville, 100 men spent two days dynamiting the logs that had backed up at the bridge. The log jams also made the flooding worse by causing the water to backup in flatlands, other streams, lakes and ponds. The thing noted by the paper that this rain affected the potato harvesting, but at the same time, it had been a very dry season and the rain was badly needed to restore the normal levels of water.


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