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National Incidents

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

APSN NAT'L: (From 0415) Phoenix, Arizona (Maricopa) 2nd Alarm Apartment Fire 4038 E McDowell Rd. Was heavy fire in a 2sty apt bldg. Now U/C.
[APSN02]. 8:46a.m.

2ND ALARM PROVIDENCE RI 50 RANDALL ST "CHARLES GATE EAST" APARTMENTS FIRE IN 1 ROOM ON THE 7TH FLOOR *159.36* [TAC9-C103]. 9:02a.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM PROVIDENCE RI 50 RANDALL ST ENGINE 2 REPORTS FIRE K/D STILL HEAVY SMOKE CONDITION EVACUATIONS AND SEARCHES IN PROGRESS [TAC9-C103]. 9:04a.m.

**2ND ALARM**ST.PETERS,MO(ST.CHARLES Co)CENTRAL COUNTY FPD @1205 SUMMERWOOD. HOUSE FIRE WITH HEAVY FIRE THRU THE ROOF. (STL966) [STLFN]. 10:08a.m.

WALLKILL NY (ORANGE CTY) *2ND ALARMON ARRIVAL* 24 SCOTT DR. A WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE IN A PVT DWG. M/A GOING IN MNS-108 11:56* 10:59a.m.

ARLINGTON VA. **2ND ALARM** 409 S. WEST ST./ FIRE IN WALLS EXTENDED TO ATTIC OF A HOUSE/ HAVING WATER SUPPLY PROBLEMS/ MON 1C DC2. 1:17p.m.

SEATUCKET FIRE DIST (SUFFOLK) *2nd AL EQUIV & HAZ-MAT, SUNY CAMPUS SCIENCE LAB, CIRCLE DR. BROOKHAVEN FIRE MARSHAL STEIN O/S RPTS FIRE INV. UNK CHEMICALS, VENTILATION IN PROG. M/A 7 DEPTS TO SCENE OR S/B IN SEATUCKET MNS212. 1:42p.m.

JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) *2ND ALARM* LARCH ST & ST PAULS AVE. HVY FIRE O/S, PSEG ON A RUSH. FIRE IN A 2 STY DWELLING. EAN104 [EAN]. 3:35p.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) *2ND ALARM* BOX 335 @ LARCH AVE & ST PAULS AVE. DWELLING, 2 LSO, FIRE IS ON 2ND/3RD FLOORS OF A 2.5 FRAME EAN104 [EAN]. 3:36p.m.

EDISON NJ (MIDDLESEX) *2ND ALARM* ON GARDEN TERR. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE DWELLING EAN485 [EAN]. 4:15p.m.

ABBOTTSFORD, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA. MAJOR HAZ-MAT, OLD YALE RD. & McMILLAN RD. TANKER TRAILER FLIPPED OVER: 5,000 GAL OF FUEL LOST, 1,000 EVACUATED., EXTENDED OPS. TFN315. [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 9:40p.m.

Ventura, CA: 2nd Alarm. 2710 Beene Rd. 100x200 unk-type structure well involved. [ICP 419]. 11:01p.m.


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Alerts for 09/28/2005:


02:29. SCIOTO TWP FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 12) MVA/PIN. SR 23 & SR 35. **FATAL MVC* 2 DOA'S FROM VEHICLE ROLLOVER. STATION 1200 O/S. ROAD IS CLOSED. OPS:154.130. OFN004 (C)

18:44. FRANKLIN TWP. FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 8) MVA/PIN. W. BROAD & PHILIPI. MVA/WKG. EXTRICATION. ENG.& MEDIC 192, RESCUE 17, MEDIC 241, EMS 11, SO2, BN. 5 O/S. OPS:8 DELTA. OFN123 (C)

20:08. COLUMBUS. (OFN DISTRICT 8) WSF. 2284 ROLLING ROCK DR. 2STY SFD- MATRESS FIRE IN LOWER LEVEL- STA24 E6 L13 R16 EMS12 BN2 M/A: CLINTONTWP(E). OPS:BN2FG. OFN322 (C)


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


Wednesday, September 28, 2005
(Eastern Time Zone)


Cleveland W/F @ E117 & Superior / B-6 has a 1 stry brk Store / Hvy smoke showing. Box: Engs 22,30,L-30,Sqaud 3 B-6. Eng 10 Worker / T-10 Rit. 2 Lines (FPO/D700). 3:38a.m.

Cleveland 3-3-3 U/D @ W26 & Lorain / 2 Platforms,2 L/Pipes,2 Multi Versals all Wking. still Hvy fire (FPO/D700). 6:15a.m.

Cleveland Ohio 3-3-3 Alarm W26 & Lorain / 3 stry brk comm Bldg / F/ Inv Defensive Opps (FPO/D700). 6:46a.m.

Cleveland / Rundown of companys @ Box: 1326 / W 26 & Carol Ave. (Corrected Address) Box: Engs 4,24,2, L-4, T-20, Eng 1 Worker / L-23 Rit. Also AC-1 2-2-2 Alarm : Eng 13, Tac-5, Eng 20, T-1, B-2, Squad 2, Air Supply1 & 734. 3-3-3 Alarm: Engs 33,23, L-17, L-9, B-3. (FPO/D700). 7:15a.m.

ERIE PA W/F BOX 434 @ 2116 W.34TH. E-12,6,11,3 TL-1 DC-322 EMS 35,32 & S-20. E-6 RPTS 1.5 STY F.I W/RPT OF ENTP. OPS:154.430/154.145/462.950/462.975[FPO D/801](c). 1:30p.m.

Cleveland W/F @ 10301 Mt. Auburn / B-5 has a 2.5 stry frm vacant house / Hvy smoke showing 2nd flr. Box: Engs 36,41, L-36, Squad 1 & B-5. Eng 10 worker / T-10 Rit. 3 Lines (FPO/D700). 1:42p.m.

OAKWOOD FD: MVA/TRAUMA NORTHFIELD RD NEAR CUYAHOGA/SUMMIT COUNTY BORDER. MLF S/C'D. LZ @ NORTHFIELD PARK PARKING LOT. OPS: 424.225/424.100 FPO/D703 (C). 5:23p.m.

Columbus - on 8 EMS MVA/wkg. extrication @ W. Broad & Philipi. Engine & Medic 192, Rescue 17, Medic 241, EMS 11, SO2, Bn.5 o/s -- FPO/D 224 (c). 6:59p.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.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2005

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 09:20
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-4914 1220 EAMAS PL FIRE IN A 2 STY PVT DWG MNS119

@ 12:53
QUEENS: W/F *10-75* BOX 7006 @ 60-38 56 AVE. FIRE IN A DETACHED GARAGE. TL-124 FAST TK, BN-28 I/C * MNS-106

@ 13:02
QUEENS: W/F *10-75* BOX 7006 @ 60-38 56 AVE. BATT 28 RPTS; FIRE IN A 1 STY 10 X 25 DETACHED GARAGE. 1-LINE RUN. SCHS IN PROGRESS. RETURN ALL SPECIAL UNITS EXCEPT THE FAST TRK (TL-124) CHIEF DID NOT STATE WHAT HE WAS USING. FIRE STATUS P-W-H * MNS-106

@ 13:05
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7006 @ 60-38 56 AVE. FIRE IN A 1 STY 10 X 25 DETACHED GARAGE. P-W-H * MNS-30/106

@ 14:04
BROOKLYN: W/F *10-75* *10-77* *HI-RISE-FIRE* BOX 2125 @ 1411 LINDEN BLVD nr CHESTER ST. FIRE REPORTED IN A HIGH-RISE OCCUPIED MULTIPLE DWLG. TL-120 FAST TK, BN-58 I/C * MNS-106

@ 14:09
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-77-2125 *HIGH-RISE-FIRE* BOX 2125 @ 1411 LINDEN BLVD nr CHESTER ST. 13 STY 100 X 100 HIGH-RISE-OMD. BATT-58 RPTS; FIRE 1ST FLR. 1 10-45 NO CODE BEING TENDED TO IN THE LOBBY. PRI / SCH NEGATIVE EXCEPT FOR THE 1 10-45 NO CODE. BATT-38 SAFETY CORD / E-310 CFR-D COMPANY. DIV-15 RPTS "SLOW-DOWN" ALL UNITS NOT O/S. ALL VISIBLE FIRE HAS BEEN K/D. D-W-H * MNS-106

@ 14:28
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-77-2125 *HIGH-RISE-FIRE* @ 1411 LINDEN BLVD nr CHESTER ST. 15 STY 50 X 100 *HIGH-RISE-OMD* FIRE 1ST FLR KITCHEN. DIV-15 RPTS; ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D. THE 10-45 NO CODE HAS BEEN CANCELLED. PATIENT REFUSED MEDICAL AID. FIRE UNDER CONTROL * MNS-106

@ 16:14
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1449 Aof 233 LENOX AVE X W 112 ST. FIRE PARLOR FL OF A 5 BK BROWNSTONE. 2 LINES STRETCHED, 1 IN OPER. L-40 FAST TK, BN-12 I/C . [MNS342 IAP]

@ 16:35
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1449 Aof 233 LENOX AVE X W 122 ST. FIRE PARLOR FL OF A 5 BK BROWNSTONE. FIRE PWH, ALL SCH'S NEG, ADD TK FOR RELIEF, [TL-14 ] [MNS342 IAP]

@ 16:47
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2045 Aof 157-05 95 ST X 157 AVE. LARGE OUTSIDE RUBBISH FIRE. N/S/U. FIRE U/C. DURATION 13 MINS. TL-155 FAST TK, BN-51 I/C [MNS342 IAP].

@ 20:26
BROOKLYN: *ALL HANDS* 7-5-1490 341 39TH ST. NR 4TH AVE. BC-48 HAS FIRE ON 8TH FLOOR OF A COMM BLDG. L-148 FAST TK, BN-48 I/C FIRE IS DWH. MNS33

@ 20:27
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1490 aof 341 39 ST x 3 - 4 AVES. FIRE 8TH FL OF A 200 x 100 COMM. BLDG. L-148 FAST TK, FIRE K/D, P/W/H [MNS342]


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

@ 03:40
EAST FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) W/F 204 CARNATION OFF OF MELVILLE ROAD, RETONE FOR MAMPOWER. MNS 343

@ 11:59
WALLKILL, N.Y. (ORANGE CTY) ** 2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL** 24 SCOTT DR. A WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE IN A PVT DWG. M/A GOING IN MNS-108 11:56*

@ 14:398
SEATUCKET FIRE DIST, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) ** 2ND ALARM EQUIV** & HAZ-MAT , SUNY CAMPUS SCIENCE LAB, CIRCLE DR. BROOKHAVEN FIRE MARSHAL STEIN O/S RPTS FIRE INV. UNK CHEMICALS, VENTILATION IN PROG. M/A 7 DEPTS TO SCENE OR S/B IN SEATUCKET MNS212

@ 19:57
HIGHLAND LAKE, N.Y. (SULLIVAN CTY) W/F 127 HIGHLAND LAKE RD. @ DAVLIN RD. A WORKING CHIMNEY FIRE AT A PVT DWG. M/A IN. MNS-108 19:56


NATIONAL INCIDENTS:

@ 11:30
VAN NUYS, CA. *** 3RD ALARM*** 15818 ARMANIA AVE HEAVY FIRE THRU THE ROOF OF A 1 STY BRICK 50 X 150 COMMERCIAL BLDG. EXTERIOR OPERATIONS

@ 21:00
CHATSWORTH, CA. ( L.A. CO ) MAJOR BRUSH FIRE "TOPANGA CANYON FIRE" ( SIMI VALLEY ) 2000 ACRES + STRUCTURES THREATEN, STRIKE TEAMS ARE ENROUTE, SANTA ANA WINDS PUSHING THE FIRE. OTHER MAJOR FIRE'S NOW REPORTED IN RIVERSIDE CO & SAN BERNADINO CO. CONDITIONS ARE "HOT & WINDY "


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


Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

2ND ALARM STOUGHTON MA 200 SHOEMAN AVE FIRE IN COMM BUILDING FIRE IN A BAILING MACHINE FIRE *453.025* C304 [TAC9-C319]. 12:38a.m.

TRAIN INCIDENT WATERFORD CT ON ROUTE 1 AT ROUTE 213. TRAIN VS CAR. LIFESTAR ENROUTE TO THE SCENE FOR (1) 1045 UNK CODE. L/Z AT WATERFORD HIGH SCHOOL. C55/CT19 [TAC9-C257]. 8:15a.m.

U/D TRAIN INCIDENT WATERFORD CT ON MINER LANE AT THE RAILROAD CROSSING (CORR LOCATION). TRAIN VS CAR. (1) 1045 UNK CODE TRANSPORTED FROM THE SCENE BY LIFESTAR. C55/TIP [TAC9-C257]. 8:52a.m.

HAZ/MAT LITTLETON, MA ON GOLDSMITH ST. WATER DEPT STRUCK A GAS MAIN. EVACUATIONS IN PROGRESS *155.850/153.815* C108 [TAC9-C383]. 9:17a.m.

2ND ALARM PROVIDENCE RI 50 RANDALL ST "CHARLES GATE EAST" APARTMENTS FIRE IN 1 ROOM ON THE 7TH FLOOR *159.36* [TAC9-C103]. 10:02a.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM PROVIDENCE RI 50 RANDALL ST ENGINE 2 REPORTS FIRE K/D STILL HEAVY SMOKE CONDITION EVACUATIONS AND SEARCHES IN PROGRESS [TAC9-C103]. 10:04a.m.

ACW MASHPEE, MA (CAPE COD) 16 TREASURE LANE 2 STORY 30 X 50 CAPE HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING M/A TO SCENE *33.68/800 OPS 1 [C73] [TAC9-C116]. 10:41a.m.

W/F MASHPEE, MA (CAPE COD) 16 TREASURE LANE IN PIRATES COVE 2 STORY 30 X 50 CAPE HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING LAYING LINES M/A TO SCENE/COVER *33.68/800 OPS 1 [C73] [TAC9-C116]. 10:41a.m.

U/D W/F MASHPEE, MA (CAPE COD) 16 TREASURE LANE IN PIRATES COVE 2 STORY CAPE FIRE ON FLOOR 1 EXTENDING TO BASEMENT, 2ND FLOOR AND ATTIC M/A TO SCENE/COVER DWH *33.68/800 OPS 1 [C73] [TAC9-C116]. 10:49a.m.

ACW NATICK MA 7 BEACON ST REPORTED TO BE A HOUSE FIRE. COMPANIES ADVANCING LINES. *154.205* C975/C103/C158 [TAC9-C519]. 1:36p.m.

ACW DENNIS MA (CAPE COD) 15 ARDEN RD A DRYER FIRE IN THE BASEMENT. 1 L/S/O *800* C73 [TAC9-C519]. 1:42p.m.

MVA ABINGTON MA HANCOCK ST AT ROUTE 139 REQUEST FOR MEDFLIGHT L/Z THE WOODSDALE SCHOOL. *482.950* C716/C975 [TAC9-C519]. 1:58p.m.

W/F PROVIDENCE RI ON RESERVOIR AND ALGONQUIN ST BUILDING FIRE CO'S HAVE SMOKE SHOWING *151.220* [TAC9-C319]. 2:17p.m.

MVA WALPOLE MA ON ELM ST REQ 2nd SET OF JAWS & REQ (2) MEDICAL HELICOPTERS *460.575* C316/C319 [TAC9-C90]. 2:42p.m.

MVA SALEM CT (GARDNER LAKE) RTE 354 NEAR THE FIREHOUSE TRUCK VS PEDESTRIAN LIFESTAR ON THE SCENE L/Z: GARDNER LAKE FIREHOUSE *33.90* CO9 [TAC9-C55]. 2:52p.m.

U/D MVA WALPOLE MA ON ELM ST (2) 10-45 CODE 2's MEDFLIGHT TAKING BOTH PT's LZ IS THE SCENE *460.575* C319 [TAC9-C90]. 2:52p.m.

MVA WALPOLE MA ON ELM ST (2) 10-45 CODE 2's MEDFLIGHT TAKING BOTH PT's LZ IS THE SCENE *460.575* C319 [TAC9-C90]. 2:57p.m.

W/F WEST WARWICK RI 1559 MAIN ST. FIRE IN 1 ROOM ON FLOOR 2 OF A 2.5 STY 35X70 OMD. CO'S HAVE THE FIRE K/D & CHECKING FOR EXTENSION. PWH. *154.430* C54/C57/C304 [TAC9-C257]. 5:12p.m.

W/F TAUNTON, MA: ON PROSPECT ST. FIRE IN THE BASEMENT OF A DWELLING. SMOKE SHOWING ON ARRIVAL. *453.7000* (C105/C383) [TAC9-C51]. 5:57p.m.

MVA SUFFIELD CT: THOMPSONVILLE RD NEAR QUAIL RUN. LIFESTAR ENROUTE FOR 1 1045. LZ IS THE FRONT YARD. C66/ CT19/CT21 [TAC9-C975]. 6:17p.m.

ACW WAYLAND MA 26 BROOKS RD HOUSE FIRE REQ EMS FOR 1 1045 SMOKE FIRE K/D REQ ARSON SQ *483.4125* TIP [TAC9-C171]. 6:36p.m.

W/F LEOMINSTER MA 88 CENTRAL ST 2.5STY WDFRM 25X30 FIRE ON FLOOR #1 2 LINES RUN ACW S/C ADD'L ENGINE *460.550* C135/C612 [TAC9-C158]. 7:36p.m.

U/D W/F LEOMINSTER MA 88 CENTRAL ST C-2 REPORTS VISIBLE FIRE K/D CO'S CHASING FIRE IN THE WALLS ACW *460.550* C135/C612 [TAC9-C158]. 7:43p.m.

W/F EAST HARTFORD, CT 25 OUTLOOK ST. COMPANIES HAVE FIRE IN THE ATTIC OF A 2.5-STY OMD. S/C ADDITIONAL ENG AND LADDER. M/A TO COVER. PRIMARY SEARCHES NEGATIVE ACW DWH *460.600* C09/C55/C113 [TAC9-C383]. 8:18p.m.


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VFN Paging covers incidents from the Tidewater and Richmond areas as well as through out the state of Virginia. Visit our Website at http://www.tac9.com and click on VFN PAGING or via E-mail to VFN@tac9.com


Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

UNION NJ [UNION] *WORKING FIRE* GARDEN ST & BRENTWOOD. FIRE IN A PVT DWELLING, M/A TO WK & COVER. EAN2467. 6:46a.m.

HAMPTON, VA: W/F 2419 N. ARMISTEAD AVE. ENG-10 ON SCENE WITH SMOKE SHOWING FROM A SCHOOL BLDG. ENG-1 LAYING SUPPLY LINE (85) (VFN102). 7:41a.m.

ARLINGTON, VA *2ND ALARM* 409 S. WEST ST, FIRE IN WALLS EXTENDED TO ATTIC OF A HOUSE, HAVING WATER SUPPLY PROBLEMS [DC2] (VFN30). 2:19p.m.

FAIRFAX CO, VA: MVA/MEDEVAC 15016 STARRY NIGHT LN (NR BRADDOCK RD) (CO38). 33 Y/O PT FROM SINGLE VEHICLE MVA TO BE FLOWN, HELO FFX1 ENRT. LZ @ CHANTILLY COUNTRY CLUB. OPS ON 4C (VFN75). 10:10p.m.

(U/D) FAIRFAX CO,VA: MVA/MEDEVAC 15016 STARRY NIGHT LN. PT BEING PACKAGED ATT, HELO FFX1 HAS 1 MIN ETA, T438 HAS THE LZ @ CHANTILLY COUNTRY CLUB 14901 BRADDOCK RD. OPS 4C (VFN75). 10:14p.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.


Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

BRICK TWP, NJ (OCEAN) *REKINDLE* 375 KENTWOOD BLVD. CO'S RESPONDING BACK TO THE SCENE OF LAST NIGHTS FIRE AT REQUEST OF FIRE MARSHAL O/S FOR THE REKINDLE. EAN491. 9:02a.m.

DOVER TWP NJ (OCEAN) *SERIOUS COLLISION* HIGHLAND PKWY & WEST WATER ST. MVA W/ENTRAPMENT W/POSSIBLE FIRE. EAN1135 EAN503. 11:59a.m.

LOGAN TWP.NJ GLOU. CO /LARGE BRUSH FIRE/ FERRY RD & SPRINGHILL LA./CMD REPORTS HE HAS A 400x UNKNOWEN DO TO WIND. GETTING INTO BOAT YARD. M/A FROM DELWARE CO. AND SALEM CO. THIS IS A BRUSH FIRE THAT HAS BEEN REKINDLEIN.EAN 696. 1:49p.m.

MANHATTAN NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 1449 @ 233 LENOX AVE. FIRE IN A 5 STY 20X50 BROWNSTONE. 2 LSO 1 IN OP. DWH EAN503. 4:13p.m.

U/D MANHATTAN NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 1449 @ 233 LENOX AVE. FIRE 2ND FL COLUMN IN A 5 STY 20X50 BROWNSTONE. SCHS NEG, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D CO'S VENTING, ADDIT LADDER ABOVE A/H NOW PWH EAN503. 4:32p.m.

JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) *2ND ALARM* LARCH ST & ST PAULS AVE. HVY FIRE O/S, PSEG ON A RUSH. FIRE IN A 2 STY DWELLING. EAN104 EAN503. 4:35p.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) *2ND ALARM* BOX 335 @ LARCH AVE & ST PAULS AVE. DWELLING, 2 LSO, FIRE IS ON 2ND/3RD FLOORS OF A 2.5 FRAME EAN104 EAN503. 4:36p.m.

U/D MANHATTAN NY *ALL HANDS* BOX 1449 @ 233 LENOX AVE. FIRE IN 2ND FL PARLOR REAR, 5 STY 20X50 BROWNSTONE. ALL SCHS ARE NEG AND NOW U/C EAN28* EAN503. 4:43p.m.

EDISON NJ (MIDDLESEX) *2ND ALARM* ON GARDEN TERR. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE DWELLING EAN485 EAN503. 5:15p.m.

NEWARK NJ (ESSEX) *TRANSFORMER FIRE* PARK AVE & 1ST ST. FD O/S WITH A TRANSFORMER FIRE, F/D UNITS @ PARK & 6TH CANNOT BRING APPARATUS DUE TO NO POWER @ FIREHOUSE, UNITS WALKED TO SCENE. EAN503. 5:57p.m.

CARLSTADT NJ (BERGEN) *WORKING FIRE* 311 LILAC LANE OFF HOBOKEN ROAD, FIRE IN A PVT DWELLING M/A FAST TEAM 388 EAN503. 6:09p.m.

WHITING, NJ (OCEAN) *W/F* ACROSS FROM 6 COLORADO AVE. FIRE IN A DWELLING WITH UNCONFIRMED ENTRAPMENT. NFI EAN491. 11:38p.m.

U/D WHITING, NJ (OCEAN) *W/F* ACROSS FROM 6 COLORADO AVE. UNITS O/S ADVISE 1 PT W/ SMOKE INHALATION ATT. EAN491. 11:46p.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.


Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

TORONTO. 2ND ALARM. 50 CORDOVA AVE. HIGHRISE FIRE *W2* TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:20p.m.

TORONTO. UPDATE 2ND ALARM. 50 CORDOVA AVE. FIRE ON 9TH FLR K/D. SEARCHES & VENTING COMMENCING. SOUNDS PWH*W2* TFN338 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 8:28p.m.

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CANADA Report:


ABBOTTSFORD, B.C. HMI, OLD YALE RD. & McMILLAN RD. TANKER TRAILER FLIPPED OVER: 22,500L OF FUEL LOST, EVACS NOW COVER 1 SQ. KM., EXTENDED OPS. TFN315. (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:38p.m.


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


Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Mountain Standard Time Zone)

ICP: PhoenixFD HAZ1 7316 W SOUTHERN TFC:Ch8 153.770 [ICP444]. 11:06a.m.

ICP:Lifeline Ambulance Helo Rqst, ASHFORK CLINIC, Sq5102 has Native 14 landing for unk medical pt, will be trans to YRMC in Prescott TFC:152.345(ICP324). 2:41p.m.

ICP:Lifeline Ambulance Inj Person, NEXT TO HASSAYAMPA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN WICKENBURG, WPD inv. in altercation w\ suspect, rqst medics, unk if for ofcr or suspect, Sq4102 ons TFC:152.345(ICP324). 3:06p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 804 E ROESER Units onscene of a W/F. RIC assignment is enroute. TFC:Ch8 153.770 [ICP444m]. 3:50p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 59th AVE / INDIAN SCHOOL Reports of people trapped TFC: Ch9 155.670 [ICP242]. 4:20p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD BRUSH 7TH ST/Thunderbird TFC:Ch5 153.830 [ICP444m]. 5:25p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 1A-BRUSH 7TH ST & THUNDERBIRD. Units ONS of a small brush fire, burning up the mountain preserve. TFC: Ch6 154.310 [3TV,ICP737]. 5:27p.m.

ICP-U/D: PhxFD 1A-Brush PhxFD's helo is enroute w/ a bambi bucket for water drops. TFC: Ch5 153.830 [3TV,ICP444m,737]. 5:29p.m.

ICP: PhoenixFD 3-1-STR 22425 N 16th ST Reported as a working fire with HazMat. Numeroute add'l units have been Special Called enroute. TFC:Ch10 151.370 [ICP963]. 11:48p.m.


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Arizona Public Safety News Network
(covering incidents from the entire state of Arizona)
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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Mountain Standard Time)

APSN: 2nd Alarm Apartment Fire W/F Phoenix FD 4038 E MCDOWELL RD. Working fire in at least a 2sty apt bldg. FREQ: CH8 153.770 [APSN02]. 5:32a.m.

APSN: ALERT-2 1st ALARM Phoenix FD SKY HARBOR AIRPORT. Rptd MD80 with smoke in the cockpit. All units staged. CMD BC19. FREQ: Ch2 154.250 [APSN02w]. 2:24p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD Alert-2 1A: CMD BC19 advising no emergency. All units AOR. FREQ: CH2 154.250 [APSN02w]. 2:30p.m.

APSN: STRUCURE FIRE Phoenix FD 902 E ROSER Units ons a W/F, requesting the Balance FREQ: CH8 153.7700 [APSN33]. 3:47p.m.

APSN: HOUSE FIRE Phoenix FD 59th AVE & INDIAN SCHOOL Units ons of a W/F, rptd prople trapped indise house FREQ: CH9 155.6700 [APSN33]. 4:20p.m.

APSN U/D: PhxFD W/F: CMD advising ALL CLEAR, there is a PAR on the fireground & FIRE CONTROL FREQ: CH9 155.6700 [APSN33]. 4:36p.m.

APSN: BRUSH FIRE W/F Phoenix FD 7th ST / THUNDERBIRD. Add' units enroute. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02w]. 5:18p.m.

APSN: 1st ALARM BRUSH FIRE W/F Phoenix FD 7th ST / THUNDERBIRD. Add'l units enroute. FREQ: Ch5 153.830 [APSN02w]. 5:25p.m.


Michael Todd, Owner
Email to: INFO@APSN.US

David Greenberg, Affiliate Coordinator
Email to: Fyrfotog2@aol.com

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


Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

ST.CHARLES Co.,MO: CENTRAL COUNTY FPD *1st ALARM* @ 1205 SUMMERWOOD DR. RESIDENCE w/FIRE THRU THE ROOF. AT LEAST 2 LINES OFF AND A SUPPLY LINE LAID [STL899]. 10:07a.m.

ST.CHARLES Co.,MO: CENTRAL COUNTY FPD *2nd ALARM* @ 1205 SUMMERWOOD DR. RESIDENCE w/FIRE THRU THE ROOF. NUMEROUS LINES OFF AND SUPPLY LINES LAID. ALL CO's WORKING [STL899]. 10:08a.m.

STLFN:**2ND ALARM**ST.PETERS,MO(ST.CHARLES Co)CENTRAL COUNTY FPD @1205 SUMMERWOOD. HOUSE FIRE WITH HEAVY FIRE THRU THE ROOF. (STL966). 10:08a.m.

STLFN:UNDATE ON CENTRAL COUNTY'S 2 ALARM HOUSE FIRE @ 1205 SUMMERWOOD. FIRE IS UNDER CONTROL. SEVERAL MOVE-UPS MADE. (STL966). 10:26a.m.

ST.LOUIS Co.,MO: Backdraft rodeo: Eureka FF's Association will host its annual Backdraft Rodeo. Time: 7:30 p.m. Fri & Sat, Oct. 7-8; 2 p.m. Sun, Oct. 9. Place: Eureka Lions Park. Cost: $6; ages 5 and under free. Info: 636-938-5505. 7:28p.m.

STLFN: SARA Alert. Chesterfield, MO. Abductor: Phyllis Lopez, white, female, 09/17/1962, brown & brown. Last seen driving a white 1997 Toyota Camry, Missouri plate 125-XZJ. Missing person is Adrya Koenig, white female, 01/10/2004. Last seen at 1100 hrs on 09/28 from 14369 Conway Meadows. If seen contact STLCO PD 314-889-2341 or 911 [STL280]. 10:39p.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD HAS A *1ST ALARM* RESPONSE FOR A TRAIN ACCIDENT IN THE AREA OF S. BROADWAY & THE COUNTY BORDER. REPORT OF AN AMTRAK TRAIN INVOLVED. PUMPERS 23 4 36 32 34 H&L 4 RESCUE SQUAD 1 BC804 803 DC810. [STL810]. 11:28p.m.

STLFN: UPDATE - THE TRAIN ACCIDENT IS NOT IN ST. LOUIS. THE WRONG MM WAS GIVEN. ACCIDENT IS IN JEFFERSON COUNTY. [STL810]. 11:33p.m.

STLFN: SOUTHERN JEFFERSON COUNTY MO - De SOTO RURAL FPD - 1ST ALARM FOR A REPORTED TRAIN ACCIDENT IN THE AREA OF VINELAND ROAD AND THE COUNTY BORDER. STILL TRYING TO PIECE THIS TOGETHER. [STL810]. 11:40p.m.

STLFN: UPDATE - SOUTHERN JEFFERSON COUNTY MO - De SOTO RURAL FPD - 1ST ALARM FOR A REPORTED TRAIN ACCIDENT. JEFFCO FIRE ALARM IS NOW USING A LOCATION OF 14549 WILSON HOLLOW RD (BETWEEN VINELAND & THE BIG RIVER. NO OTHER INFO YET. [STL810]. 11:53p.m.


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Incidents from KCFN
(Missouri & Kansas)
-dispatched by KCFN02 & KCFN03


Wednesday, September 28, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

KANSAS CITY,MO (0530hrs) *SERIOUS MVA* ON W/B I-70 @ CHARLOTTE. SEMI-TRUCK vs. VEHICLE - FULLY INVOLVED. W/B I-70 BLOCKED. UNKNOWN ON INJURIES [KCFN02/STL899]. 5:57a.m.

UPDATE - KANSAS CITY,MO (0530hrs) *FATAL MVA* ON W/B I-70 @ CHARLOTTE. SEMI-TRUCK vs. VEHICLE. 1 CONFIRMED *FATALITY* CO's WILL BE WORKING ON SCENE FOR QUITE SOME TIME [KCFN02/STL899]. 6:28a.m.


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



09-27-05
Trench Rescue, Overland Park, KS
162nd St & Switzer, 2 victims trapped waist-deep in 18-ft deep trench.

1st Alm @ 1345: Overland Park Q43, E45, BC405, Olathe Res52cue, Q51, BC505, EMS 1143, 1145, EMS Suprvsr 1105.

2 add'l engines @ 1403: E424, CFD#2 E22.

Helicopter @ 1417: LifeNet 1.

3 add'l engines @ 1423: E44, Trk 44, Olathe E53.

Extrication complete @ 1518.


KC-01


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LOS ANGELES, CA:
MAJOR EMERGENCY BRUSH RESPONSE INTO LA COUNTY:


On Wednesday, September 28, 2005, at 0354 hours (3:54 a.m. PDT), thirty-three companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Assistant Chief Officer Command Team, four Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams, one Battalion EMS Supervisor, one LAFD Rescue Ambulance, five Helicopters, the Tractor company and other LAFD resources, under the direction Assistant Chief Roderick Garcia, responded to a Brush Fire in the Browns Canyon area of the County of Los Angeles. First LAFD resources on the scene reported approximately thirty acres of moderate to heavy brush burning on a hillside in rugged and almost inaccessible terrain with winds gusting up to forty mile per hour. The Los Angles Angeles Fire Department under a Unified Command with Ventura County Fire Department and Los Angeles County Fire Department, directed firefighters in an aggressive ground and air attack on the fast moving brush fire. In approximately two and one half hours the fire was contained to approximately one hundred and twenty-five acres of heavy brush and grass. No injuries were reported and no homes were threatened or damaged. Additional information concerning this incident should be directed to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.


LOS ANGELES, CA:
MAJOR EMERGENCY STRUCTURE FIRE:


On Wednesday, September 28, 2005, at 0751 hours (7:51 a.m. PDT), twenty-two companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Assistant Chief Officer Command Team, six Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams, three EMS Battalion Supervisors, seven LAFD Rescue Ambulances, the Tractor Company, one Arson Unit, and other LAFD resources, under the direction of Assistant Chief Curtis James, responded to a Major Emergency Structure Fire at 15816 & 15818 West Arminta Street in the Van Nuys Airport area. First units on the scene reported a large one-story, 50’ x 200’, commercial structure with fire showing through the roof. Firefighters using handlines and heavy stream appliances aggressively attacked the fire and confined it to “AMV Woodworking Inc.” and “All Bright Window Covering” and extinguished the fire in two hours and ten minutes. During Firefighting operations four Firefighters were injured: one Fire Captain suffered lower back, knee, and leg injuries when he was struck by falling roofing materials, another Firefighter suffered a head injury when a member fell from a ladder, both were transported to Northridge Hospital in good condition, two other firefighters suffering from minor smoke inhalation and heat exhaustion were treated on the scene and released. No other injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is listed as under investigation.


REPORT(S) PREPARED BY :

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

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


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Brooklyn, N. Y. 09/28/05 @ 14:00 hrs.

Brownsville Section

Box 2125
address: 1411 Linden Blvd.
between: Rockaway Ave. & Chester St.

2125 @ 13:56
Engs. 257, 283, 290
T. Lad. 170, Lad. 103
Batt. 58

10 - 75 - 2125 @ 14:01
TowerLadder 120 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 332
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
Batt. 44
Division 15

10 - 77 - 2125 @ 14:02 ( High Rise M / D assignment )
Lads. 175, 123
Eng. 310 C. F. R. D.
Batt. 39
Batt. 38 "Safety Cord."
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1

Fire Building:
15 Story Class 1 100 x 100 O. M. D.
No Exposures

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 2125 @ 14:05
Batt. 58 reports: Box 2125, Using All - Hands for a fire on the 1st floor of a 15 Story Class 1 High Rise Multiple Dwelling. We have ( 1 ) 10 - 45 No Code at this time. 1 - line is stretched and in operation. Primary search is negative with the exception of the ( 1 ) 10 - 45. Still Doubtful.

@ 14:07
Division 15: Box 2125, All visible fire has been knocked down. Have all units still responding in come in on a 10 - 20. ( reduced speed )

@ 14:11
Division 15: Box 2125, All visible fire has been extinguished. Fire was in an Apt. on the 1st. floor. 1 - line stretched and in operation. Truck's "Opening Up" and checking for any extensions. Probably Will Hold.

@ 14:22
Division 15: Box 2125, All searches are negative. Fire is UnderControl. Cancel the 10 - 45, Patient has refused any medical attention.

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Manhattan, N. Y. 09/28/05 @ 16:15 hrs.

Harlem

Box 1449
address: 233 Lenox Ave.
between: West 121st. St. & West 122nd. St.

1449 @ 16:03
Engs. 59, 58, 37
Lads. 30, 26
Batt. 12

10 - 75 - 1449 @ 16:09
Ladder 40 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 35
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #41
Batt. 16
Division 3

Fire Building:
5 Story Brick 20 x 50 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 4 Story Brick O. M. D.
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1449 @ 16:11
Batt. 12 reports: At Box 1449, We have a fire in a 5 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. Unknown what floor the fire is on. We have heavy smoke pushing out from the parlor floor of the bldg. 2 - lines are stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Using All - Hands, Doubtful.

@ 16:17
Batt. 12: Box 1449, We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is on the parlor floor in the rear, which is the 2nd floor of the bldg. Still Doubtful.

@ 16:28
Division 3: Box 1449, Main body of fire has been knocked down. Checking for extensions on the upper floors. Primary search thru out is negative. Secondary searches are negative on the 3rd; 4th; & 5th. floors. Continuing to vent the bldg. Probably Will Hold.

Special Call an additional Truck for "relief" TowerLadder 14 s/c

@ 16:34
Division 3: At Box 1449, All secondary searches are complete and negative thru out, Fire is UnderControl.

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Queens, N. Y. 09/28/05 @ 16:30 hrs.

Howard Beach Section

Box 2045
address: 157 - 05 95th. Street
between: 157th. Ave. & the "Dead End"

2045 @ 16:31
Engs. 331, 285, 225
Lads. 173, T. Lad. 107
Batt. 51

10 - 75 - 2045 @ 16:35
TowerLadder 155 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 308
Rescue Co. #4
Squad Co. #270
Batt. 39
Division 13

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 2045 @ 16:42
Batt. 51 reports: Box 2045, We're going to use All - Hands. You can return all the "Special Units" We have a large rubbish fire in the rear of 157 - 05 95th. Street. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Fire is Probably Will Hold.

@ 16:44
Batt. 51: Box 2045, All searches are negative. We have no extensions to any of the garage's. Fire is UnderControl. Releasing the 3rd. & 4th. due Engines.

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 09/28/05 @ 20:00 hrs.

Park Slope Section

Box 1440
address: 341 39th. Street
between: 3rd Ave. & 4th. Ave.

1440 @ 20:01
Engs. 228, 201
T. Lad. 114, T. Lad. 131
Batt. 48

10 - 75 - 1440 @ 20:13
Ladder 148 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Engs. 282, 241
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #1
Batt. 40
Division 11

Fire Building:
8 Story Brick 200 x 100 Commercial
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Parking Lot
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a 6 Story Brick 60 x 100 Comm.

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1440 @ 20:17
Batt. 48 reports: At Box 1440, We're using All - Hands for a fire on the 8th floor of an 8 story brick commercial. We have 1 - line stretched and in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Doubtful.

@ 20:25
Batt. 40: Box 1440, Main body of fire has been knocked down. Primary search is negative at this time. Still Doubtful.

@ 20:35
Division 11: Box 1440, All searches are negative in the Bldg. We're going to go UnderControl at this time " K "


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Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005
From: John Schneider

Milwaukee Co Sheriff Pursuit - 5:52am

SB 43 passing Plainfield Curve
Squad going to lay out sticks

MCTRS 22416


Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005
From: "John Schneider"

Milwaukee Co Sheriff Pursuit Update- 6:02am

Pursuit terminated at college because of traffic,stop sticks deployed but suspect missed them,another vehicle hit them or suspect vechice hit another vehicle around layton.Suspect refused to stop after hitting construction barrels around North Ave and thats how pursuit started Racine Co kreeping a eye open for it 154.755


Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005
From: "Mark Typlin"

EDGERTON (ROCK CTY): A BOX ALARM ON BOX #70-32 ON HWY M BETWEEN RTE 51 & MILTON.REPORTED AS A RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE. NOW S/O B/O COMMAND. [CHGO06/WI601] (C)

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Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2005-9-28
National Police and Fire Incidents


0020hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 7235 FLAMELEAF - DALLAS, TX

0243hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - WESTHEIMER RD - HOUSTON, TX

0254hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MAGNOLIA COVE DR - HOUSTON, TX

0258hrs - FIRES - 4900 BLK BENEDICT CT - OAK PARK, CA

0300hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3511 LAREDO ST S - SAN ANTONIO, TX

0303hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MAGNOLIA COVE DR - HOUSTON, TX

0306hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - COLORADO - SHREVEPORT, LA

0307hrs - FIRE - COLORADO - SHREVEPORT, LA

0413hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 6354 FREEMONT ST - SARASOTA, FL

0645hrs - FIRES - BLK SHEKELL RD / GRIMES CANYON RD - MOORPK, CA

0720hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 7020 SW 82ND CT - MIAMI, FL

0723hrs - ASSIST OTHER FIRE AGENCY - SUNSET DR & N GULF STREAM AVE - SARASOTA, FL

0755hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 567 PAUL MORRIS DR - SARASOTA, FL

0814hrs - FIRES - 2300 BLK TRACY ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

0840hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3068 FOREST - DALLAS, TX

0930hrs - FIRES - 1500 BLK TERN CT - VENTURA, CA

0956hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - W WALNUT ST & NEVIN ST - LANCASTER, PA

1012hrs - OTHER FIRE - 4200 NW 21ST ST - MIAMI, FL

1023hrs - FIRE - 10633 SW 123RD CT - MIAMI, FL

1025hrs - FIRES - BLK FILLMORE HIGH SCHOOL @555 CENTRAL AV - FILMORE, CA

1109hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK W CLARA ST - OXNARD, CA

1151hrs - FIRE - 12800 SW 137TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

1151hrs - FIRE - 14425 SW 187TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

1202hrs - FIRE - 906 SW 1ST ST - MIAMI, FL

1204hrs - FIRES - 7000 BLK PECAN AV - MOORPK, CA

1210hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 11327 US HWY 181 S - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1214hrs - FIRES - BLK 3151 DARLINGTON DR @WEATHERSFIELD SCHOOL - THOUSAND OAKS, CA

1218hrs - FIRE - 11399 SW 65TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1230hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5114 CADEN ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1252hrs - BUILDING FIRE - SHADOWDALE DR - HOUSTON, TX

1255hrs - FIRE OUT - 1505 SW 129TH CT - MIAMI, FL

1321hrs - FIRES - BLK 33 FRWY / W MAIN ST - VENTURA, CA

1328hrs - FIRES - BLK N MOORPARK RD / E WILBUR RD - THOUSAND OAKS, CA

1331hrs - LAWN BLDG ON FIRE - ELLINGTON ST - HOUSTON, TX

1341hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CUMMINS ST - HOUSTON, TX

1344hrs - BUILDING FIRE - W 34TH ST - HOUSTON, TX

1347hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CUMMINS ST - HOUSTON, TX

1351hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - GREENWOOD - SHREVEPORT, LA

1352hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 2881 NW 195TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1353hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WESTHEIMER RD - HOUSTON, TX

1400hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - SHURMARD - HOUSTON, TX

1401hrs - FIRES - BLK 118 FRWY / COLLINS DR - MOORPK, CA

1424hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - SHREVEPORT BARKSDALE - SHREVEPORT, LA

1441hrs - FIRES - BLK BELL CANYON FIRE RD / SADDLEBOW RD - BELL CYN, CA

1444hrs - FIRES - BLK 23 FRWY / SUNSET HILLS BL - THOUSAND OAKS, CA

1456hrs - FIRES - 6400 BLK PEPPERDINE CIR - MOORPK, CA

1509hrs - BUILDING FIRE - POLK - HOUSTON, TX

1510hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 7000 S CENTRAL - DALLAS, TX

1510hrs - FIRES - 4100 BLK ADAM RD - SIMI VALLEY, CA

1513hrs - FIRES - 700 BLK ARNEILL RD - CAMARILLO, CA

1544hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 2445 VANCOUVER LN - SARASOTA, FL

1549hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - S LOCKWOOD RIDGE & NOVUS CT - SARASOTA, FL

1550hrs - FIRES - 100 BLK SYCAMORE GROVE ST - WOOD RANCH, CA

1559hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 1297 ALABELLE LN - SARASOTA, FL

1601hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 179000 I75 - SARASOTA, FL

1635hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 176000 I75 - SARASOTA, FL

1652hrs - FIRES - 600 BLK BRYCE CANYON AV - PORT HUENEME, CA

1654hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - SACRAMENTO - HOUSTON, TX

1710hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2525 CENTERVILLE - DALLAS, TX

1712hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 1834 NW 88TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1722hrs - FIRES - 1300 BLK E ORCHARD ST - SANTA PAULA, CA

1725hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - RT 23 & N CUSTER AVE - NEW HOLLAND, PA

1743hrs - FIRES - BLK W TELEGRAPH RD / S PECK RD - SANTA PAULA, CA

1744hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CORDER ST - HOUSTON, TX

1800hrs - FIRE - 4601 NW 183RD ST - MIAMI, FL

1811hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 8515 TIMBER BELT - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1815hrs - FIRE - SW 147TH AVE&HAMMOCKS BLVD - MIAMI, FL

1816hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - ST CHARLES - SHREVEPORT, LA

1824hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - NAIRN - HOUSTON, TX

1833hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ALDINE WESTFIELD RD - HOUSTON, TX

1839hrs - FIRE - 9445 FONTAINEBLEAU BLVD - MIAMI, FL

1846hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE CONFIRMED - 3131 CLARK RD - SARASOTA, FL

1850hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 231 MC LEOD ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1852hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - STANFORD - HOUSTON, TX

1857hrs - FIRE - 310 NW 84TH TER - MIAMI, FL

1910hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WHITTINGTON - HOUSTON, TX

1911hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SUNFOREST - HOUSTON, TX

1919hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE CONFIRMED - 3223 LOCKWOOD RIDGE RD - SARASOTA, FL

1924hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - CAYTON ST - HOUSTON, TX

1930hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - HUNT - HOUSTON, TX

1957hrs - FIRES - BLK VENTURA BL / SHERWIN AV - VENTURA, CA

2007hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 1703 36TH ST - SARASOTA, FL

2055hrs - FIRES - 1900 BLK RAMBLING RD - SIMI VALLEY, CA

2056hrs - FIRES - 100 BLK N SEAWARD AV - VENTURA, CA

2058hrs - FIRE - 2937 NW 191ST LN - MIAMI, FL

2059hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 4405 CORLISS AV N - SEATTLE, WA

2109hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - PAGEWOOD LN - HOUSTON, TX

2114hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MAINER - HOUSTON, TX

2115hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - PAGEWOOD LN - HOUSTON, TX

2126hrs - FIRES - 1600 BLK ANDERSON ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

2129hrs - FIRES - 100 BLK JORDAN AV - VENTURA, CA

2136hrs - FIRE OUT - 9352 SW 21ST TER - MIAMI, FL

2150hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 163 CYRIL DR - SAN ANTONIO, TX

2225hrs - FIRES - 1900 BLK RAMBLING RD - SIMI VALLEY, CA

2246hrs - FIRE - 14250 SW 62ND ST - MIAMI, FL

2341hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - ROBINSON - SHREVEPORT, LA


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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 28th:


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

1900c. - Hartford - CT - Large boarding house and 40 horses, total destruction

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.

1960 - Berlin - NH - Gorham Theater (where Welch's Restaurant later stood), destroyed by fire

1996 - Windham - NH - 5th Alarm, 24A and 26 Fish Road on Corbett's Pond, 2 unoccupied camps leveled by fire, 2 other camps damaged

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


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