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    National Incidents

    Sunday, January 01, 2006

    (Central Time Zone)

    WEBSTER, MA (WORCESTER) **2ND ALARM** 21 LOVELAND RD - SFD WELL INVOLVED ON ARRIVAL, CMD NOW REQ 2ND ALARM. MA10 * NY14 [1STR]. 1:06a.m.

    2ND ALARM WEBSTER, MA AREA OF 21 LOVELAND ROAD, UNK TYPE STRUCTURE WELL INVOLVED *153.860* TIP NY14-1STR [TAC9-C819]. 1:31a.m.

    NJ> MONMOUTH> WALL> *2ND ALARM*> 1819 RT 71> COMMAND REQUESTING M/A FROM DISTRICT 3 WITH 1 LADDER TO THE SCENE AND TO BE SET UP UPON ARRIVAL, HEAVY FIRE IS IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING RESTAURANT > BNN485/27/491/255 [EAN]. 4:49a.m.

    ATLANTA GA: 2nd Alrm on arvl 320 Fairburn Rd SW Nr Boulder Park 2 Sto Grdn Apartment heavily involved on arrival. Fire thru roof & moving in attic. Searches underway. Stretching additional lines. HNAN DEWms. 5:11a.m.

    FORT MYERS, FL (LEE) **FATAL WORKING FIRE** WOODSIDE DR (EAST FT MYERS) - (OVERNIGHT) 1STY BLOCK HOME FULLY INVOLVED UPON ARRIVAL. HSE DESTROYED. 2 YEAR OLD FOUND DOA ON THE SCENE FL220 * NY01 [1STR]. 8:57a.m.

    WASHINGTON, DC BOX & WORKING FIRE DISPATCH **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL** 845 CRITTENDEN ST. NE/ 3 HOUSES WELL INVOLVED/ MON 03 DC2. 9:31a.m.

    INKSTER, MI (WAYNE): *3RD ALARM EQUIV* WORKING FIRE IN AN OCC 3 1/2 STY 75 X 100 APT BLDG @ BEECH DALY & AVONDALE. FIRE ON ALL FLRS & THRU ROOF, U/C ATT. M/A FROM DEARBORN HEIGHTS, GARDEN CITY, WESTLAND. (FNNM-200*, 904, 1062). 9:36a.m.

    BX 33-2266 +3RD ALARM+ GIRARD AV & 153 ST/ TOP FLR 6 STORY OMD/ MNS3-IAP * 10:10a.m.

    NY BRONX *2ND ALARM* 66-22-2266 691 GERARD AVE & E 153 ST SECOND ALARM ASSIGNMENT HAS BEEN TRANSMITTED FOR FIRE ON THE TOP FLOOR OF A 6 STRY 125X150 MULTIPLE DWELLING. BATT. 14 ASSIGNING LADDER 49 AS THE FAST TRUCK A/T/T. EAN987 [EAN]. 10:10a.m.

    BRONX, NY (NYC) **3RD ALARM** GERARD AVE & E. 153RD ST. (BOX 2266) DIV. 6 REPORTS HE HAS FIRE TOP FL OF A 6 STY BRICK WITH EXT INTO COCKLOFT, DWH NY112 * NJ88 [1STR]. 10:16a.m.

    U/D BRONX 33-2266 *3RD ALARM* 153 ST X GERRARD AVE, HEAVY FIRE ON TOP FLR EXT TO COCKLOFT OF A 6 STY 150 X 150 OMD, 3 L/S 2 IN OPER, L-44 FAST, B-26 SAFETY/B-17 COMM CORD, B-43 AIR RECON, DWH. Mns154/106* 10:19a.m.

    U/D BRONX, NY (NYC) **3RD ALARM** GERARD AVE & E. 153RD ST. (BOX 2266) DIV. 6 REPORTS HE HAS FIRE TOP FL OF A 6 STY 125X150, 4 L/S/O, ROOF BEING VENTED ATT, FIRE STILL DWH, NY112 * NJ88 [1STR]. 10:22a.m.

    U/D BRONX 33-2266 **3RD-ALARM** aof 691 GERRARD AVE X E.153 ST/E.157 ST, HEAVY FIRE ON TOP FLR EXT TO COCKLOFT OF A 6 STY 120 X 150 OMD, 5 L/S 4 IN OPER, ALL VIS FIRE EXTINGUISHED, CO'S OPENIN UP THE ROOF, SCH IN PROG, DWH. Mns154/106/3* (1ST MULTI ALARM OF 2006). 10:28a.m.

    FINAL U/D BRONX, NY (NYC) **3RD ALARM** 691GERARD AVE & E. 153RD ST. (BOX 2266) DIV. 6 REPORTS, 5 L/S/O, ALL VISABLE FIRE K/D, PRI SEARCHES NEG AND THE FIRE IS PWH, NY112 * NJ88 [1STR]. 10:37a.m.

    PENNSAUKEN, NJ (CAMDEN) **3RD ALARM** CAMDEN HEAVY FIRE THROUGH OUT. FOUR HANDLINES I/S. OUT OF COUNTY COVERAGE UNDERWAY. NJ801 * MD01 [1STR]. 10:37a.m.

    U/D BRONX 33-2266 **3RD-ALARM** aof 691 GERRARD AVE X E.153 ST/E.157 ST, HEAVY FIRE ON TOP FLR EXT TO COCKLOFT OF A 6 STY 120 X 150 OMD, 5 L/S 4 IN OPER, ALL VIS FIRE EXTINGUISHED, CO'S OPENIN UP THE ROOF, SCH IN PROG, DWH. Mns154/106/3* (1ST MULTI ALARM OF 2006). 10:37a.m.

    U/D BRONX 33-2266 **3RD-ALARM** aof 691 GERRARD AVE X E.153 ST/E.157 ST, HEAVY FIRE ON TOP FLR EXT TO COCKLOFT OF A 6 STY OMD 125 X 150, FIRE K/D, PRI SCH TOP FLR NEG, FIRE IS P/W/H, 2 ADDL TRK FOR RELIEF S/C. Mns154/106/3* 10:37a.m.

    WASH DC. UPDATE **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL** 845 CRITTENDEN ST. NE/ HAD HVY FIRE THRUOUT A 2 STY BRICK ROW WITH EXTENSION EXP. D/ ALL FIRE KNOCKED DWN/ STILL OPENING UP & HITTING HOTSPOTS/ MON 03 DC2. 10:37a.m.

    PENNSAUKEN, NJ (CAMDEN) **3RD ALARM** 2260 36 ST 2260 36 ST. CMD REPORTING 4 HAND LINES IN OPERATION HEAVY FIRE AND SMOKE ON THE 3RD FLOOR & ROOF OUT OF COUNTY COVERAGE UNDERWAY NJ801 * NY112 [1STR]. 10:44a.m.

    ALERTS:APSN NAT'L ALERT: QUARTZSITE, AZ (LaPaz County) MAJOR HAZ-MAT/GAS LEAK BUSINESS 10 AND MAIN STREET Units ons with a semi truck rollover with over 8500 gallons of fuel spilled. Several people evacuated [APSN12]. 1:38p.m.

    ALERTS:APSN NAT'L ALERT: QUARTZSITE, AZ (LaPaz County) MAJOR HAZ-MAT/GAS LEAK BUSINESS 10 AND MAIN STREET Units ons with a semi truck rollover with over 8500 gallons of fuel spilled. Several people evacuated [APSN12]. 1:47p.m.

    WEST MANCHESTER, OHIO (PREBLE) **2ND ALM EQUIV** 107 N EAST ST FIRE IN A FEED MILL M/A FROM EATON, VERONA AND LEWISBURG FDs FOR ENG/TNK/LAD/MANPOWER MVBN-1 (c). 6:24p.m.

    CLIFTON PARK, NY (SARATOGA) **2ND ALARM** 619 BRUNO RD. OFF ROUTE 146. WELL INVOLVED PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A FOR WORK AND COVER. NJ465 [1STR]. 6:35p.m.

    2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL NEWMARKET NH 43 SHANDRA DR OFF GRANT RD FULLY INVOLVED BLDG M/A TO SCENE AND TO COVER *154.190* C101/C991 [TAC9-C132]. 7:39p.m.

    2ND ALARM LISBON, NH 137 WATER STREET. COMPANIES HAVE A FIRE IN AN UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE, M/A TO WORK & COVER. *154.400* TIP/C158 [TAC9-C101]. 8:27p.m.

    FAIRFAX CO. VA. **2ND ALARM** 13016 FARTHINGALE DR./ HVY FIRE ON ARRIVAL IN A LARGE DWELLING/ EVACUATING THE HOUSE & STARTING HEAVY DUTY EXTERIOR ATTACK/ MON 4C OPS & 4D CMND DC2. 11:09p.m.

    FAIRFAX CO. VA. 2ND ALARM UPDATE 13016 FARTHINGALE DR./ HAD HVY FIRE BSMNT EXTENDED UP IN LARGE DWELLING/ BULK OF FIRE KNOCKED DWN VIA EXTERIOR ATTACK/ UNITS MOVING BACK IN/ MON 4C OPS & 4D CMND DC2. 11:19p.m.

    BKLYN 22-3260 *2ND ALARM* E.21 ST X KINGS HWY, FIRE IN A 2.5 STY PD. Mns154/813* 11:37p.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 3260: 1695 E21 ST - FIRE IN 20X40 2.5 STY VACANT P/D. 2 L/S/O. FIRE THROUGHOUT BSMNT AND 1ST FLR AND EXPS. TRKS OPENING UP, FIRE IS DWH. NY946 [1STR]. 11:37p.m.

    U/D BKLYN 22-3260 *2ND ALARM* aof 1695 E.21 ST X KINGS HWY, FIRE IN A 2.5 STY PD FIRE IN BSMT, B-43 SAFETY/B-41 COMM CORD. Mns154/813* 11:41p.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 3260: 1695 E21 ST - DIV 15 HAS FIRE IN 20X40 2.5 STY VACANT P/D. 3 L/S/O. FIRE ON ALL FLRS AND IN EXPS. ALL OPS NOW EXTERIOR. TRKS OPENING UP, FIRE IS DWH. NY946 [1STR]. 11:48p.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.

    SUNDAY, JANUARY 01, 2006

    ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

    @ 03:06
    QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-8832 aof 143-04 FERENDALE AVE X 143 ST, FIRE 2ND FLR & ATTIC OF A 2 STY PD 20 X 40, 2 L/S/O. Mns154

    @ 03:14
    QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-8832 aof 143-04 FERENDALE AVE X 143 ST, FIRE 2ND FLR & ATTIC OF A 2.5 STY PD 20 X 40, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D, PRI SCH NEG. NYCR442. Mns154

    @ 04:30
    BROOKLYN: W/F 10-75 BOX 989, BERGEN ST X WASHINGTON AVE, FIRE IN A OMD, L-102 FAST TK, BN-57 I/C Mns154

    @ 04:34
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-989 aof 740 BERGEN ST X WASHINGTON AVE, FIRE ON 1ST FLR OF A OMD, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D, ALL INCOMING UNITS ON A 10-20 (SLOW DOWN). NYCR442. Mns154

    @ 05:12
    BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3423, WARING AVE X WALLACE AVE, USING ALL HANDS FOR A KITCHEN FIRE IN A OMD, ALL VIS FIRE K/D, FIRE IS U /C. Mns154

    @ 07:33
    MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1576, 5TH AVE X 139 ST, KITCHEN FIRE ON 16TH FLR (APT-16K) OF A 17 STY 200 X 80, 1 L/S/O, TL-14 FAST TK, Mns154

    @ 11:04
    BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2266 AOF 691 GERARD AVE X E 153 ST. FIRE TOP FLR OF A 6 STY BK O/M/D, 125 X 150, L-49 FAST TK, BN-14 I/C [MNS84]

    @ 11:07
    BRONX: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-2266 @ 153 ST & GERRARD AVE - FIRE IN AN OCCUPIED BLDG * MNS-106

    @ 11:08
    BRONX: *** 3RD ALARM*** 3-3-2266 AOF 691 GIRARD AVE & 153 ST / TOP FLR 6 STORY OMD / 125 X 150 MNS3-IAP *

    @ 11:18
    BRONX: *** 3RD ALARM*** 3-3-2266 AOF 691 GERRARD AVE X 153 ST. HEAVY FIRE ON TOP FLR EXT TO COCKLOFT OF A 6 STY 150 X 150 OMD, 3 L/S, 2 IN OPER, TL-44 NEW FAST TK, BN-26 SAFETY CORD / BN-17 COMM CORD, BN-43 AIR RECON, BN-12 STAGING / DWH. Mns154/106*

    @ 11:28
    BRONX: *** 3RD ALARM*** 3-3-2266 aof 691 GERRARD AVE X E.153 ST / E.157 ST, HEAVY FIRE ON TOP FLR EXT TO COCKLOFT OF A 6 STY 120 X 150 OMD, 5 L/S 4 IN OPER, ALL VIS FIRE EXTINGUISHED, CO'S OPENIN UP THE ROOF, SCH'S IN PROG, DWH. Mns154/106/3* (1ST MULTI ALARM OF 2006)

    @ 11:36
    BRONX: *** 3RD ALARM*** 3-3-2266 aof 691 GERRARD AVE X E.153 ST / E.157 ST, HEAVY FIRE ON TOP FLR EXT TO COCKLOFT OF A 6 STY 120 X 150 OMD, 5 L/S, 4 IN OPER, ALL VIS FIRE EXTINGUISHED, CO'S OPENIN UP THE ROOF, SCH'S IN PROG, DWH. Mns154/106/3* (1ST MULTI ALARM OF 2006)

    @ 11:36
    BRONX: *** 3RD ALARM*** 3-3-2266 aof 691 GERRARD AVE X E.153 ST / E.157 ST, HEAVY FIRE ON TOP FLR EXT TO COCKLOFT OF A 6 STY OMD 125 X 150, FIRE K/D, PRI SCH TOP FLR NEG, FIRE IS P/W/H, 2 ADDL TRK'S FOR RELIEF S/C. [ L-42 & L-29 ] Mns154/106/3*

    @ 13:36
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-935 AOF 550 GATES AVE & THROOP AVE. FIRE IN A 4 STY CLASS 3. 1 10-45 NO CODE, FEMALE WITH BURNS. CWRNY. MNS -88- 1:34:27 PM

    @ 13:40
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-935 AOF 550 GATES AVE X THROOP AVE. FIRE 1ST. FLR OF A 4 STY BK 20 X 60 O/M/D, ( 1 ) 10 - 45 NO CODE, WOMEN W/ BURNS. 2 - L/S, 1 L/O, TK'S O/U, LAD-102 FAST TK, BN-57 I/C [MNS84]

    @ 19:13
    QUEENS: BOX 7549 43 ST X DITMARS BLVD USING 2 & 2 FOR SMK COND INSIDE BLDG [MNS-30]

    @ 19:22
    QUEENS: BOX 7549 43 ST X DITMARS BLVD USING 2 & 2 FOR SMK COND INSIDE BLDG [MNS-30]

    @ 19:29
    BROOKLYN: W/F [10-75] BOX 3267 AOF 2019 E 21 ST X AVE S FOR A FIRE IN A 2 1/2 STY P/D L-156 FAST TK, BN-33 I/C [MNS-30]

    @ 19:31
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3267 AOF 2019 E 21 ST X AVE S 2.5 FRM 20 X 40 FIRE IN REAR, 2 LINES RUN, BN-33 I/C [MNS-30]

    @ 19:45
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3267 AOF 2009 E 21 ST X AVE S 2.5 FRM 20 X 40 P/D, FIRE 1ST FL REAR, 3 LINES RUN, FIRE K/D, PRI SCH UNDERWAY DIV-15 I/C [MNS-30]

    @ 19:49
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3267 AOF 2009 E 21 ST X AVE S 2.5 FRM P/D. FIRE 1ST FL, PRI SCH NEG, [P/W/H] "FIRE DURATION 24 MINS" DIV-15 I/C [MNS-30]

    @ 20:10
    BROOKLYN: W/F [10-75] BOX 1701 ON HINSDALE ST X RIVERDALE AVE, BSMT OF A 4 STY BRK L-175 FAST TK, BN-44 I/C [MNS-30]

    @ 20:14
    BROOKLYN: W/F [10-75] BOX 1701 AOF 553 HINSDALE ST X RIVERDALE AVE, USING 2 & 2, BSMT FIRE 4 STY BRK 50 X 75 RETURN ALL SPEC UNITS [P/W/H] BN-44 I/C [MNS-30]

    @ 20:15
    BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1701 AOF 553 HINSDALE ST X RIVERDALE AVE 4 STY BRK 50 X 75, BSMT FIRE [P/W/H] WITH [ALL HANDS] BN-44 I/C [MNS-30]


    OTHER INCIDENTS AROUND N. Y. & VICINITY:

    @ 00:30
    WESTWOOD, N. J. ( BERGEN CO ) AOF 30 ELM ST. HEAVY FIRE IN A 2 STY PRI DWG, M/A TO WORK & COVER


    NATIONAL INCIDENTS:

    @ 20:21
    BUFFALO, N.Y. W/F 43 SUMNER 1.5 OCC / FRM, FIRE 1ST FL, REQUEST MARSHALS :BF/TAC9: [MNS-30]


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    Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.


    Sunday, January 01, 2006

    (Central Time Zone)

    STLFN: UNIVERSITY CITY (ST.LOUIS Co.),MO: U-CITY FD *1st ALARM* @ 6608 BARTMER. 2-STORY HOUSE - FULLY INVOLVED. M/A MID-COUNTY FPD & STLFD [STL899]. 3:37a.m.

    STLFN: JENNINGS (ST.LOUIS Co.),MO: JENNINGS FD *1st ALARM* @ 5600 WILBORN DR. FIRE IN A 1-STORY RESIDENCE. 1 LINE OFF [STL899]. 4:31a.m.

    STLFN: ST.LOUIS MO: STLFD HAD A *1st ALARM FIRE @ CLUB ELITE @ 813 N.KINGSHIGHWAY. THEY HAD A SMALL FIRE ON THE ROOF 1 LINE OFF. ALL OCCUPANTS OUT OF BUILDING. ALARM IS S/O. (STL 835). 11:05p.m.


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



    UNITED KINGDOM
    LONDON, ENGLAND

    SUNDAY 1 JANUARY

    Kilburn blaze above shop

    Ten fire engines and over fifty firefighters were called to a blaze above a shop on Kilburn High Road in Kilburn this afternoon. Most of the residents living in flats above the shop had left the building before the Brigade arrived, but firefighters led three people to safety from a flat roof using a ladder. The fire gutted the first floor and Firefighters worked fast to minimise the damage caused to the second and third floors of the four storey building. Relief crews are expected to remain at the scene this evening. The cause of the fire will be investigated. The Brigade was called at 1213 and the fire was under control by 1457. Crews from West Hampstead and surrounding fire stations attended the incident.


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


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    LOS ANGELES, CA:

    Structure Fire
    11452 Autumn Glen Ct.
    Porter Ranch
    Sunday, January 1, 2006
    TIME: 8:27 AM
    INCIDENT #: 0461


    On Sunday, January 1, 2006 at 8:27 AM (PST), ten Companies of Los Angeles City Firefighters, five Rescue Ambulances, one Arson Unit, one Urban Search and Rescue Unit, one Hazardous Materials Team, one EMS Battalion Captain, three Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams, and one Division Chief Officer Command Team all under the direction of Assistant Chief Tony Varela responded to a Structure Fire at 11452 Autumn Glen Ct. in Porter Ranch. The first Fire Companies on scene reported a two-story residential duplex with a significant amount fire in the attic. Firefighters were able to begin an initial fire attack using handlines while additional firefighters conducted ventilation operations on the roof. The stubborn fire, which had started in the garage area, had extended up through the walls, progressed past the second floor and impinged upon the attic. Firefighters were able to control the fire and contain the majority of the damage to one unit, the garage, and attic area in forty-nine minutes. Firefighters, using thermal imaging cameras, were able to detect hot spots in the walls and attic area. The use of this detection technique allowed the Firefighters to concentrate their firefighting operations in the areas necessary. Firefighters were able to limit the damage to the structure by opening only those walls where fire was detected. There were no reported injuries. The dollar loss is estimated at $180,000 ($150,000 Structure and $30,000 Contents.) The cause of the fire is still under investigation.


    Structure Fire
    6919 N. Fulton Ave.
    North Hollywood
    Sunday, January 1, 2006
    TIME: 1:07 PM
    INCIDENT #: 0713


    On Sunday, January 1, 2006 at 1:07 PM (PST), fourteen Companies of Los Angeles City Firefighters, seven Rescue Ambulances, one Arson Unit, one Urban Search and Rescue Unit, one Hazardous Materials Team, three EMS Battalion Captains, six Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams, and one Division Chief Officer Command Team under the direction of Battalion Chief Jose S-Cronenbold responded to a Structure Fire at 6919 N. Fulton Ave. in North Hollywood. Firefighters arriving on scene reported a two-story garden-style apartment complex with fire showing from the first floor. As firefighters began extinguishing the fire on the first floor, additional Firefighters conducted search and rescue operations throughout the building. One Hundred and Ten Firefighting personal worked for twenty-two minutes to gain control of the fire while simultaneously providing protection to the surrounding units and their contents. Unfortunately, one adult female and four children (ages 17, 15, 13, 10) have been displaced as a result of the fire. The American Red Cross is assisting those individuals with any needs and accommodations. During the investigation it was determined that the fire had started in a Christmas tree. The dollar loss in the fire is estimated to be $110,000 ($70,000 Structure, $25,000 Contents, $15,000 Exposures). There were no reported injuries.


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    Ron Myers
    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
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    Bronx, N. Y. 01/01/06 @ 11:00 hrs.

    Melrose Section

    Box 2266
    address: 691 Gerard Ave.
    between: East 153rd. St. & East 157th. St.

    2266 @ 10:52
    Sqd. Co. #41, Engs. 71, 60
    Lad. 55, T. Lad. 17
    Batt. 14

    10 - 75 - 2266 @ 10:56
    Ladder 49 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
    Eng. 68
    Rescue Co. #3
    Batt. 16
    Division 6

    Fire Building:
    6 Story Brick 125 x 150 O. M. D.

    All - Hands:
    7 - 5 - 2266 @ 10:58
    Squad Co. #61 is assigned

    Batt. 14 reports: Box 2266, All - Hands on arrival. Fire on the top floor of a 6 story brick occupied multiple dwelling.

    2nd Alarm:
    2 - 2 - 2266 @ 11:02
    Engs. 59, 69, 92, 50
    Lads. 30, 28
    Eng. 72 w / Satellite 2
    Batt. 26 "Safety Cord."
    Batt. 17 "Comm. Cord."
    Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
    Fieldcom 1 / Tac. Support Unit #1

    @ 11:05
    Division 6 reports: Box 2266, We had fire up the compactor chute that extended to the top floor, possibly into the cockloft. We have 3 - lines stretched and in operation at this time. Truck's are "Opening Up" Searches are in - progress. Fire's Doubtful. We're putting Ladder 49 to work, assigned another "FAST" Truck " K "

    @ 11:06
    TowerLadder 44 is assigned as the "new" designated "FAST" Truck

    @ 11:07
    Division 6 to Da Bronx, Transmit a 3rd. Alarm. We have fire in the cockloft.

    3rd. Alarm:
    3 - 3 - 2266 @ 11:07
    Engs. 83, 84, 73, 80
    Lad. 19
    Batt. 3
    Batt. 12 "Staging Chief"
    Batt. 43 "Air Re - Con Chief "
    Mask Service Unit #1

    @ 11:15
    Division 6: Box 2266, At this time, We have heavy fire in the cockloft. 3 - lines stretched and in operation. We have hole's cut in the roof at this time. Fire is still Doubtful.

    @ 11:24
    Division 6: Box 2266, All visible fire has been knocked down. Truck's are still "Opening Up" and checking for pockets of fire. We have 5 - lines stretched, 4 - lines in operation. Still Doubtful.

    @ 11:28
    Division 6: Box 2266, Primary search on the top floor is negative. Probably Will Hold at this time " K "

    @ 11:31
    Special Call ( 2 ) additional Trucks. Ladder 42 & ladder 29 are s/c

    @ 11:33
    Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 3rd. Alarm, Box 2266, Division 6 reports: Fire is UnderControl.

    @ 11:38
    Fieldcom 1: At the 3rd. Alarm, Division 6 reports: Secondary searches are still in - progress. 5 - lines are stretched and still in operation " K "

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    Brooklyn, N. Y. 01/01/05 @ 13:30 hrs.

    Bedford / Stuyvesant Section

    Box 935
    address: 550 Gates Ave.
    between: Throop Ave. & Tompkins Ave.

    935 @ 13:22
    Engs. 214, 217, 235
    T. Lad. 111, Lad. 112
    Batt. 57

    " Batt. 57 to Brooklyn, 10 - 75 this Box.
    We have ( 1 ) 10 - 45 No Code. Woman with burns.
    Have E. M. S. respond. "

    10 - 75 - 935 @ 13:26
    Ladder 102 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
    Eng. 222
    Rescue Co. #2
    Squad Co. #252
    Batt. 37
    Division 11

    Fire Building:
    4 Story Brick 20 x 60 O. M. D.
    Surrounding Properties:
    Exp. #1: Is a Street
    Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
    Exp. #3: Is Unknown
    Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

    All - Hands:
    7 - 5 - 935 @ 13:30
    Batt. 57 reports: Box 935, Using All - Hands. Fire is Doubtful. Fire's on the 1st. floor of a 4 story brick occupied multiple dwelling.

    @ 13:33
    Batt. 57: Box 935, Searches on the 2nd & 3rd floors are negative, with the exception of the ( 1 ) 10 - 45. Searches on the 1st. floor are still continuing. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation.

    @ 13:40
    Division 11: Box 935, All primary's thru out are negative with the exception of the ( 1 ) 10 - 45. Secondary searches are in - progress. All visible fire has been knocked down. Still Doubtful.

    @ 13:49
    Division 11: At Box 935, All secondary searches are complete and negative thru out. The ( 1 ) 10 - 45 is a Code 2. We have 1 2nd. 10 - 45, a Code 3. Probably Will Hold at this time " K "

    @ 13:54
    Division 15: Box 935, Fire is UnderControl.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Brooklyn, N. Y. 01/01/06 @ 19:30 hrs.

    Gravesend Section

    Box 3267
    address: 2009 East 21st. Street
    between: Ave. " S " & Ave. " T "

    3267 @ 19:23
    Engs. 254, 321, 246
    T. Lad. 153, Lad. 169
    Batt. 33

    10 - 75 - 3267 @ 19:27
    Ladder 156 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
    Eng. 276
    Rescue Co. #2
    Squad Co. #1
    Batt. 43
    Division 15

    Fire Building:
    2 1/2 Story Frame 20 x 40 P / D
    Surrounding Properties:
    Exp. #1: Is a Street
    Exp. #2: Is a Side Yard
    Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
    Exp. #4: Is a Side Yard

    All - Hands:
    7 - 5 - 3267 @ 19:29
    Batt. 33 reports: At Box 3267, We have fire in the rear of the 1st. floor of a 2 1/2 story frame private dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Searches are in progress. All - Hands on arrival. Fire's Doubtful.

    @ 19:32
    Batt. 33: Box 3267, All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary searches are negative in the Fire Bldg. Secondary searches are in progress.

    @ 19:42
    Division 15: Box 3267, All visible fire has been extinguished. We have 3 - lines stretched, 2 - lines in operation. Primary searches are negative thru out. Secondary searches are underway. Still Doubtful.

    @ 19:47
    Division 15: Box 3267, Secondary searches are in progress. Fire is Probably Will Hold.

    @ 19:53
    Division 15: Box 3267, All secondary searches are negative thru out. Fire is UnderControl.


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    Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2006

    From: Kenny Parker

    HFD 211 Fire Kingsbridge @ Wellington Arch 488L

    Tac 7


    Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2006
    From: eburrer

    2-11 Fire

    HFD 2-11 fire 7700 Corporate with DC-10. Comms on Tac 8. Erich 2052


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    WI-IncidentAlert Wisconsin Fire & Police Incidents

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    Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2006

    DANE COUNTY: Madison FD on scene, a confirmed apartment fire 1130 Mooreland Rd. Units are finding heavy smoke, no fire yet. MdsnTRS Ch 3 (TG 56112)=Fireground


    Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2006

    UPDATE-DANE COUNTY: Fire crews removing 1 PNB victim from the apartment fire 1130 Mooreland Rd. MdsnTRS Ch 3 (TG 56112)=Fireground


    Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2006
    From: "Fire/Incidents Dave Farkas"

    Milw Cruising Problems

    Still Lots of Cruising problems @ 4:30am. 60th & Fond du Lac. Total Gridlock. People Dancing on cars and Gas Pumps. I was buffing and trying to catch a Car Fire on 63rd and Congress. Could not cross Fond Du Lac. Cars driving wrong way and multi calls for shots fired. Pulling squads from all over to help out.

    Earlier @ 2-3am problems between 27th & North & 27th & Townsend.


    Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2006
    From: "Andy"

    MKE Fire 7:35

    1418 W. mitchell st

    Working 1 story apartment fire. Special call for the 1 & 1.

    F2/F3


    Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2006
    From: "Andy"

    Mke Fire Update 7:40am

    1418 W. Mitchell St

    Apartment Fire under control, working time 1 hour. 1 & 1 cancelled.


    Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2006
    From: "Andy"

    Mke Fire 8:34am

    2254 N. 58th St

    1st in reporting confirmed basement fire.

    F2/F3


    Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2006
    From: "Andy"

    Mke Fire Update 8:43am. Command reporting fire under control w/ 45 min working time.


    Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2006
    From: "Andy"

    Mke Fire 12:35pm

    8030 W. Colfax Court

    Working 2 car garage fire...1 Line laid & working.


    F2/F8


    Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2006
    From: John Schneider

    Elroy Structure Fire - 9:43

    N4003 Nelson Road. Working fire in unknown type structure. Mutual Aid from Mauston Wonewoc, Union Center, New Lisbon and I think Oakdale

    154.190


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    Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2006-1-1
    National Police and Fire Incidents


    0000hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 10850 MULBERRY - DALLAS, TX

    0002hrs - FIREWORKS DISTU - OAK / SLATER - FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA

    0002hrs - FIREWORKS - 5400 BLK TWIN LAKES DR - CYPRESS, CA

    0003hrs - FIREWORKS - 900 BLK S IDAHO - LA HABRA, CA

    0004hrs - FIREWORKS - 3500 BLK GREEN AVE - LOS ALAMITOS, CA

    0004hrs - FIRE - 13141 SW 200TH TER - MIAMI, FL

    0005hrs - FIREWORKS - 9700 BLK ROSEMARY DR - CYPRESS, CA

    0010hrs - FIREWORK VIOLATION - VIA FIERRO & CM LA RONDA - SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA

    0011hrs - FIREWORKS - WILLIAMS / ALLIANCE - TUSTIN, CA

    0017hrs - FIREWORKS - CRESCENT / MARTINIQUE - CYPRESS, CA

    0018hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - UPLAND - HOUSTON, TX

    0020hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 5820 SPEARMAN CIR - SARASOTA, FL

    0025hrs - FIREWORKS - 13900 BLK TUSTIN EAST DR - TUSTIN, CA

    0025hrs - FIREWORKS - 14800 BLK CARFAX DR - TUSTIN, CA

    0026hrs - FIREWORKS - 1000 BLK E STEARNS AVE - LA HABRA, CA

    0034hrs - UNKNOWN TYPE FIRE - 6400 SAFFORD TER - SARASOTA, FL

    0036hrs - FIREWORKS - NOEL/HOW - LOS ALAMITOS, CA

    0041hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - SOUTHWEST FWY - HOUSTON, TX

    0049hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WESTCHASE DR - HOUSTON, TX

    0058hrs - FIRE - 1470 NE 123RD ST - MIAMI, FL

    0104hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ST LOUIS - HOUSTON, TX

    0122hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - ELLA LEE LN - HOUSTON, TX

    0129hrs - FIREWORK VIOLATION - VIA ROBLE & VIA NUEZ - MV, CA

    0150hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1426 AYLSBURY DR - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    0202hrs - FIRE - GORTON - SHREVEPORT, LA

    0203hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - GORTON - SHREVEPORT, LA

    0212hrs - FIRE - SW 344TH ST&US1 - MIAMI, FL

    0234hrs - FIRE - N KROME AVE&W OKEECHOBEE RD - MIAMI, FL

    0246hrs - FIRE - 5600 NW 107TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

    0251hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MOUNT FOREST DR - HOUSTON, TX

    0330hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5246 SACHEM - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    0430hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CALHOUN RD - HOUSTON, TX

    0443hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - W LITTLE YORK RD - HOUSTON, TX

    0542hrs - FIRE - WASHINGTON - SHREVEPORT, LA

    0601hrs - FIRE - 277 GOLDEN BEACH DR - MIAMI, FL

    0733hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - BERING DR - HOUSTON, TX

    0749hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK N CONEJO SCHOOL RD - THOUSAND OAKS, CA

    0750hrs - 211 FIRE - PROVIDENT OAKS LN - HOUSTON, TX

    0750hrs - 211 FIRE - KINGSBRIDGE LN - HOUSTON, TX

    0756hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MALMEDY RD - HOUSTON, TX

    0808hrs - FIRE - 14421 S BISCAYNE RIVER DR - MIAMI, FL

    0820hrs - FIRE BOAT - 24775 SW 87TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

    0825hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - GREEN FALLS DR - HOUSTON, TX

    0910hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5243 SACHEM - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    0920hrs - BRUSH OR DUMP FIRE - 5422 DENTON - DALLAS, TX

    1024hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - WOODVALLEY DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1120hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 217 LULLWOOD AV E APT: 4 - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    1338hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 11300 NE 2ND AVE - MIAMI, FL

    1455hrs - FIRE - BOXWOOD / LA AMAPOLA - FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA

    1510hrs - FIRE - 9840 MARLIN RD - MIAMI, FL

    1532hrs - FIRES - 5600 BLK LOS ANGELES AV - SIMI VALLEY, CA

    1534hrs - BUILDING FIRE - CLAY RD - HOUSTON, TX

    1538hrs - FIRES - 1200 BLK CASITAS VISTA RD - FOSTER PARK, CA

    1545hrs - FIRE - 15290 SW 104TH ST - MIAMI, FL

    1548hrs - FIRE - MARKET - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1551hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CLUB CREEK DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1557hrs - WOODS ON FIRE - W 43RD ST - HOUSTON, TX

    1558hrs - FIRE - 4411 NW 174TH DR - MIAMI, FL

    1623hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - EL DORADO BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

    1634hrs - BUILDING FIRE - BELLERIVE DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1635hrs - FIRE - 30735 SW 155TH CT - MIAMI, FL

    1637hrs - FIRES - 3200 BLK HEREFORD CT - SIMI VALLEY, CA

    1650hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 9737 FOREST - DALLAS, TX

    1733hrs - FIREWORK VIOLATION - SILVER FOX RD & KEMPTON DR - RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CA

    1740hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 6636 GRETCHEN - DALLAS, TX

    1741hrs - WOODS ON FIRE - BRIARWICK LN - HOUSTON, TX

    1742hrs - WOODS ON FIRE - SHADY DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1750hrs - WOODS ON FIRE - BRIARWICK LN - HOUSTON, TX

    1752hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BENS BRANCH DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1753hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - SOUTHMORE BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

    1758hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BENS BRANCH DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1832hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SHADOW WOOD - HOUSTON, TX

    1840hrs - FIRES - 2200 BLK RAVENNA ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

    1841hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - PINE ST N / POTOMAC ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    1850hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - CEDAR SPRINGS - DALLAS, TX

    1856hrs - FIRE - 7701 NW 16TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

    1858hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WESTVIEW - HOUSTON, TX

    1900hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FLEMING DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1901hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - HILLCROFT - HOUSTON, TX

    1904hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SCHROEDER RD - HOUSTON, TX

    1905hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FLEMING DR - HOUSTON, TX

    1907hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 509 3RD AV - SEATTLE, WA

    1907hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SCHROEDER RD - HOUSTON, TX

    1914hrs - FIRE - DREXEL - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1914hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - DREXEL - SHREVEPORT, LA

    1924hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - WYNONA - HOUSTON, TX

    1932hrs - FIRES - 1500 BLK RORY LN - SIMI VALLEY, CA

    1934hrs - FIRES - 7900 BLK BRANNAN ST - VENTURA, CA

    1949hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - WHITE CAP LN - HOUSTON, TX

    2016hrs - FIRE - 11331 SW 42ND TER - MIAMI, FL

    2019hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SPICE LN - HOUSTON, TX

    2020hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - BRABURN / PLEASANTON RD - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    2024hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CORPORATE DR - HOUSTON, TX

    2032hrs - 211 FIRE - CORPORATE DR - HOUSTON, TX

    2049hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - WELLINGTON PARK DR - HOUSTON, TX

    2117hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - S BRAESWOOD BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

    2154hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - KATY FWY - HOUSTON, TX

    2204hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 1270 MANOR RD - SARASOTA, FL

    2205hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - KATY FWY - HOUSTON, TX

    2225hrs - FIRE - NW 119TH ST&NW 16TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

    2225hrs - FIRE - 1651 NW 119TH ST - MIAMI, FL

    2240hrs - FIREWORK VIOLATION - 0 BLK JUNCTION CT - TC, CA

    2246hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 23713 SW 108TH CT - MIAMI, FL

    2259hrs - FIRES - 700 BLK ALOSTA DR - CAMARILLO HTS, CA

    2350hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 410 LOCUST ST E - SAN ANTONIO, TX

    9999hrs - FIREWORKS - MAIN/WILLIAMS - TUSTIN, CA


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    2005 MULTIPLE ALARMS - JERSEY CITY


    NO. DATE ALARMS BOX ADDRESS GROUP BATT.
    1 1/2/2005 2 358 12.5 - 14A LAIDLAW AVE. A 3
    2 1/4/2005 2 358 39 JEFFERSON AVE. C 3
    3 1/8/2005 2 653 197 WOODWARD ST. C 1
    4 1/22/2005 3 665 55 SUMMIT AVE. A 1
    5 1/23/2005 2 128 238 GROVE ST. A 1
    6 1/26/2005 2 201 150 BAY ST. A 1
    7 1/27/2005 2 646 608 BRAMHALL AVE. B 4
    8 2/12/2005 2 914 183 GARFIELD AVE. B 2
    9 2/19/2005 3 773 152-8 LEXINGTON AVE. D 4
    10 2/21/2005 2 733 228 BAYVIEW AVE. C 2
    11 2/28/2005 2 578 143-5 VAN REIPEN AVE. B 4
    12 3/6/2005 2 134 1 EXCHANGE PL. D 1
    13 3/16/2005 2 782 12-4 DELAWARE AVE. B 4
    14 3/17/2005 4 749 320-4 JACKSON AVE. C 2
    15 3/21/2005 2 354 55 VAN KEUREN AVE. C 3
    16 4/4/2005 2 782 586 WEST SIDE AVE. A 4
    17 4/9/2005 3 127 270 HENDERSON ST. B 1
    18 4/17/2005 3 769 389 UNION ST. A 2
    19 4/23/2005 2 201 150 BAY ST. D 1
    20 5/1/2005 2 403 277 CENTRAL AVE. D 3
    21 5/5/2005 2 448 3405 KENNEDY BLVD. D 3
    22 5/8/2005 2 758 354 BERGEN AVE. C 2
    23 5/13/2005 2 840 18-22 ROSE AVE. D 2
    24 5/18/2005 2 683 550 JOHNSTON AVE. D 1
    25 6/3/2005 4 665 31-7 SUMMIT AVE. D 1
    26 6/5/2005 2 519 260-2 DUNCAN AVE. B 4
    27 6/9/2005 2 353 700 NEWARK AVE. C 3
    28 6/11/2005 2 128 245-7 GROVE ST. A 1
    29 6/18/2005 3 759 140-4 ; 137-41 EGE AVE. D 2
    30 6/20/2005 2 721 191 WEGMAN PKWY. B 2
    31 6/29/2005 2 697 565 MONTGOMERY ST. B 1
    32 7/5/2005 2 720 169-71 BIDWELL AVE. A 2
    33 7/10/2005 3 763 3 BENNETT ST. A 2
    34 7/10/2005 2 749 289-91 JACKSON AVE. B 2
    35 7/22/2005 2 951 71 BIDWELL AVE. A 2
    36 8/3/2005 5 805 "105-9, 114-6 OLD BERGEN RD. 128, 146-9, 161, 173 NEPTUNE AVE." B 2
    37 8/6/2005 2 319 830-2 NEWARK AVE. D 3
    38 8/8/2005 2 785 86-8 GIFFORD AVE. B 4
    39 8/8/2005 2 758 174 VIRGINIA AVE. B 2
    40 8/8/2005 3 340 21-3 ST. PAUL'S AVE. B 3
    41 9/6/2005 3 771 688 COMMUNIPAW AVE. D 4
    42 9/22/2005 3 665 33-5 SUMMIT AVE. D 1
    43 9/24/2005 2 697 571 MONTGOMERY ST. B 1
    44 9/28/2005 2 335 76-8 LARCH AVE. B 3
    45 10/7/2005 2 804 136 OCEAN AVE. C 2
    46 10/23/2005 2 764 366 FORREST ST. B 2
    47 10/26/2005 2 135 101 HUDSON ST. B 1
    48 10/28/2005 3 569 2824-6 KENNEDY BLVD. C 4
    49 11/19/2005 2 694 101 FAIRMOUNT AVE. B 4
    50 12/2/2005 2 423 315-7 CENTRAL AVE. C 3
    51 12/8/2005 2 770 110 WATER ST. A 2
    52 12/14/2005 2 957 126 ARLINGTON AVE. B 2



    Above is the list of multiple alarms fought by the Jersey City Fire Department during 2005. The 52 multiple alarms for this past year is a marked increase from 2004's 29 multiple alarms. 2004 was the slowest year since 1958, so it was unusual.

    Total incidents for the F. D. J. C. in 2005 were 21,151, a new record.

    Breakdown of multiple alarms:

    Alarm Level:
    2nd Alarms: 39
    3rd Alarms: 10
    4th Alarms: 2
    5th Alarms: 1

    Group
    A - 11
    B - 19
    C - 10
    D - 12

    Battalion
    1 - 14
    2 - 18
    3 - 10
    4 - 10

    Most multiple alarms from one Box: 665 (Grand St. & Garfield Ave.)
    3rd Alarms on 1/22/05 and 9/22/05; 4th Alarm on 6/3/05. All were for fires on
    Summit Ave. between Grand St. and Astor Pl.


    Paul Schaetzle
    Gong Club, Inc.


    ==============================


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


    On January 1st:

    1852
    - Beverly - MA - General Alarm - Atlantic House Hotel Cabot St - 3 Story Brick Hotel with 2 Story ell - Fully involved

    1857 - Brentwood - NH - Crawley Falls/Lower Dam - Albert Brown's Spoke and Wheel Manufactory burns down, presumably along with his house

    1862 - Wentworth - NH - Dwelling house of Alden L. Clifford burnt - Set by incendiary

    1863 - Hanover - NH - North Main Street - Storehouse of E.K. Smith with 500 barrels of flour, 20 barrels of sugar, carriages and tools burned in a suspected arson

    1873 - Hartford - CT - Colt's willow-ware manufactory, a large brick building on the dyke in the south end of the city destroyed by fire - Building owned by the widow of Colonel Colt

    1891 - Nashua - NH - Front Street - Furniture building of Howard, French and Heald burned (Their Milford factory burned down on Jan 6, 1912)

    1895 - Fall River - MA - Sagamore Mill fire.

    1899 - Exeter - NH - Front Street - Goodwin Block fire, 20 tenants left homeless

    1911 - Manchester - NH - Merrimack Street Baptist Church, 1st of two blazing disasters for the church

    1918 - Hanover - NH - 35 College Street - Dewey House dormitory burned down

    1927 - Fremont - NH - 848 Main Street in East Fremont - Union Store burned

    1961 - Brookline - MA - Harvard Street at Pierce Street - First Presbyterian Church fire

    1962 - Newton - NH - Newton Jct. R.R. Crossing at Crane Street - Boston & Maine train vs car - 3 victims killed - Wreckage and bodies strewn for over 150 yards - 3 hours to extricate victims, 1 other victim in fair condition

    1999 - Peterborough - NH - 3rd Alarm - Main @ Depot St - Former Church - Marionette Fire

    2000 - Stannard - VT - Working Fire - 97 Norway Rd - House with attached garage fully involved per 34K1

    2000 - Williston - VT - 2nd Alarm - 2454 North Williston Rd - Structure fire


    Notable incidents beyond New England

    1865
    - Louisville - KY - Galt House Hotel - Extended to warehouses & factories, $1,000,000 loss

    1871 - New Orleans - LA - 70 buildings and 6 steamships burn

    1873 - New York - NY - Fifth Avenue Theater burns - Wall of theater adjacent to Fifth Avenue Hotel collapsed causing considerable damage to that building $190,000 loss

    1963 - West Philadelphia - PA - 9 Story warehouse fire plus three other buildings burn


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


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