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National Incidents

Monday, January 09, 2006

(Central Time Zone)

BACK SWAMP, NC: (20 MILES SW OF JACKSONVILLE, NC) *2D ALM EQUIV* 141 GRACE LN FOR A F/I STRUCTURE FIRE. UNITS ARE BEING ESCORTED TO SCN DUE TO ACCESS PRBLMs (1 LANE RD). WATER PT ESTABLISHED. S/C POWER COMPANY. [CFP*933]. 12:46a.m.

U/D POUGHKEEPSIE, NY (DUTCHESS) **3RD ALARM** 364 MAIN ST C/S ACADEMY ST - CMD NOW REQ 3RD ALARM FOR HEAVY FIRE WITH EXPOSURE PROBLEMS IN AN UNK TYPE STRUCTURE. ADD'L M/A TO SCENE. NY35 * NY14 [1STR]. 1:15a.m.

3RD ALARM FITCHBURG MA 202 MADISON ST. FIRE IN AN UNK TYPE BUILDING. EXTENSIVE M/A TO WORK & TO COVER. *154.250* C729 [TAC9-C257]. 4:21a.m.

2ND ALARM EQUIV.:PEORIA IL.:, IL:PFD:PEORIA IL, PEORIA CO. 1700 NE MADISON. WORKING HOUSE FIRE, W/FLAMES SHOWING. 4 ENG, 2 TRK, 1 BATT, 1 INV., 1 RES.:CIFN*23 5:27a.m.

MANHATTAN NY *2ND ALARM* BOX 795 @ 35 WEST 43RD ST X 6TH AVE. HVY FIRE IN A 3 STY COMMERCIAL. ADDIT 1&1 ABOVE 2ND ALARM. FIRE IS DWH. 503/282/700 [EAN]. 6:19a.m.

MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 795: 35 W 43RD STREET BET 5TH-6TH AVENUES. DIV-3 HAS HEAVY FIRE IN A 3-STY COMM BLDG. FIRE IS DWH. NYT18 [1STR]. 6:19a.m.

2nd Alarm: MNHTN NY: 22-xxx Aof 35 WEST 43 ST & 5 AVE. FIRE IN A 3 STY COMML BLDG. EXTRA ENG & TRK ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. MNS -88- 7:21:36 AM * 6:24a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 795: 35 W 43RD STREET BET 5TH-6TH AVENUES. DIV-3 REQ AN ADDTL 2 TRUCKS ABOVE THE 2ND ALRM, HVY FIRE 2ND FL REAR WITH EXTENSION IN A 3-STY COMM BLDG, POSSIBLY A PARKING GARAGE. DWH. NYT18 [1STR]. 6:27a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN NY *2ND ALARM* BOX 795 @ 35 WEST 43RD ST X 6TH AVE. HVY FIRE 2ND FLOOR REAR OF A 3 STY COMMERCIAL. 2 HAND LINES IN OP. S/C 2 ADDITIONAL TRUCKS TO SCENE. POLICE ON A RUSH FOR TRAFFIC. FIRE REMAINS DWH 700/282 [EAN]. 6:27a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) *2ND ALARM* BOX 795 @ 35 WEST 43RD ST X 6TH AVE. HVY FIRE 2ND FLOOR OF A 3 STY COMM 20X60, W/EXTENSION TO EXPOSURES 3&4 (4 IS A FIREHOUSE) 2 ADDIT TRUCKS ABOVE 2ND ALM. 2 H/L'S IN OPERATION. EAN700* [EAN]. 6:31a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 795: 35 W 43RD STREET BET 5TH-6TH AVENUES. DIV-3 REPORTS PRI SRCHS (-), TRUCKS OPENING UP. FIRE 2ND FL REAR OF A 3-STY COMM BLDG. NO REPORTED INJS. FIRE STILL DWH. NY350 * NYT18 [1STR]. 6:38a.m.

U/D MNHTN NY: 22-795 AOF 35 W43 ST & 5 AVE. FIRE ON 2ND FL W/EXT TO 3RD FL OF A 3 STY COMML D/W/H. MNS -88- 7:40:01 AM * 6:42a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) *2ND ALARM* BOX 795 @ 35 WEST 43RD ST. FIRE K/D AND PWH. CON-ED GAS AND HEALTH DEPT REQUESTED. SRCHS ARE NEG. 10-41 C1 (SUSPICIOUS FIRE/MARSHALLS REQUESTED) 282/700 [EAN]. 6:48a.m.

U/D MNHTN NY: 22-795 AOF 35 W43 ST & 5 AVE. FIRE IN A 3 STY COMML. FIRE IS P/W/H. MNS -88- 7:51:37 AM * 6:53a.m.

FINAL U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 795: 35 W 43RD STREET BET 5TH-6TH AVENUES. DIV-3 HAS PLACED FIRE U/C. EMS TRANSPORTED 3 FIREFIGHTERS FOR MINOR INJS. NYT18 [1STR]. 7:32a.m.

JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL** 193 DANFORTH AVE HEAVY FIRE IN 2 BLDGS. NJ88 [1STR]. 9:52a.m.

JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) *2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL* 193 DANFORTH AVE OFF OLD BERGEN ROAD., EMS REQUESTED FORTHWITH FOR A VICTIM. VERY DWH 45* [EAN]. 9:52a.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON). **3RD ALARM** 193 DANFORTH AVE X OLD BERGEN ROAD. HVY FIRE O/A IN A 2.5 STY ROW FRAME W/EXTENSION. PSEG & EMS FORTHWITH TO SCENE. FIRE VERY DWH. M/A TO CITY. 45/12 [EAN]. 9:55a.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **3RD ALARM** 193 DANFORTH AVE, FIRE IN A 2 STY FRM ROWHOUSE. HEAVY FIRE WITH POWERLINES DOWN NJ88 [1STR]. 9:55a.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) **3RD ALARM** BOX 883 @ 193 DANFORTH AVE. HVY FIRE IN A 2.5 STY ROWFRAME. MAIN BODY FIRE K/D ON 2ND FLOOR. PRI SCHS ARE NEG. PSEG/EMS TO SCENE. 1 VICTIM UNK CONDITION. TRUCKS HAVE ROOF VENTED. FIRE STILL DWH. M/A TO COVER. EAN10/12/45/77/388 [EAN]. 10:03a.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **3RD ALARM** 193 DANFORTH AVE, 2 STY FRM ATTACHED BOTH SIDES. MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D. ROOF VENTED , PROLONG OVERHAUL, SEARCHES NEG ATT. NJ88 [1STR]. 10:04a.m.

U/D NJ HUDSON JERSEY CITY *3RD ALARM* 193 DANFORTH AVE, NEAR OLD BERGEN RD FINAL - COMMAND REPORTS MAIN BODY OF FIRE KNOCKED DOWN IN THE MAIN FIRE BUILDING AND BOTH EXPOSURES, PRIMARY NEGATIVE IN ALL THREE, COMPANIES CONTINUE TO OPEN UP, EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL, FIRE IS U/C. EAN45/12/388/77 [EAN]. 10:18a.m.

FINAL U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **3RD ALARM** 193 DANFORTH AVE, 2 STY FRM ATTACHED BOTH SIDES. AS PER CMD FIRE U/C, RELEASING 3RD ALARM, NJ88 [1STR]. 10:19a.m.

RADNOR, PA (DELAWARE) **2ND ALARM** 392 W LANCASTER AVE. FIRE IN A COMM BLDG ["MAIN LINE COLLISION"]. M/A FROM CHESTER COUNTY. PA27 * NYT18 [1STR]. 10:29a.m.

MANHATTAN NY 66-22-0346 *2ND ALARM* 22 KING ST C/S VARICK. 2ND ALARM TRANSMITTED FOR A FIRE ON THE 3RD FLOR OF A 6 STY 25X75 OMD EAN12 BNN771/447/135/963/712* [EAN]. 1:30p.m.

MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 346: 22 KING STREET AT VARICK STREET. DIV-1 REPORTS FIRE ON THE 3RD FLOOR REAR OF A 6-STY 25X75 OMD. SRCHS UNDERWAY, HVY SMOKE CONDITION ON THE UPPER FLOORS. DWH. NYT18 [1STR]. 1:30p.m.

MNHTN 22-346 *2ND ALARM* aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD REAR FLR OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, 2 L/S/O, FIRE EXT TO UPPER FLR. Mns154* 1:30p.m.

U/D MNHTN 22-346 *2ND ALARM* aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD EXT TO 4TH FLR OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, 3 L/S 2 IN OPER, B-1 SAFETY/B-7 COMM CORD, HEAVY SMOKE ON UPPER FLRs. Mns154/106/866* 1:35p.m.

MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **3RD ALARM** BOX 346: 22 KING ST AT VARICK ST. FIRE ON THE 3RD FLOOR WITH EXTENSION TO THE 4TH/5TH FL'S OF A 6-STY OMD WITH A HEAVY SMOKE CONDITION AND EXPOSURE PROBLEMS. FIRE STILL DWH. NY350 * NYT18 [1STR]. 1:47p.m.

MNHTN 33-346 *3RD ALARM* aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD EXT TO 4TH/5TH FLRs OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, W/HVY SMOKE UPPER FLRs, 3 L/S 2 IN OPER, S/C 2 ADDL TRKs (TL-1/L6), DWH. Mns154/106/866* 1:47p.m.

MANHATTAN NY 66-33-0346 *3RD ALARM* 22 KING STREET C/S VARICK FIRE IN A 6 STY 25X75 BNN/EAN STAFF* [EAN]. 1:47p.m.

U/D MNHTN 33-346 *3RD ALARM* aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD EXT TO 4TH/5TH FLRs OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, W/HVY SMOKE UPPER FLRs, 4 L/S/O, FIRE POSS EXTENDED INTO EXP, (THE 2 ADDL TRK WAS ON 2ND ALM), REQ PD ON A RUSH LINES RUNNING ON 6TH AVE. Mns154/106/866* 1:56p.m.

U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **3RD ALARM** BOX 346: 22 KING ST AT VARICK ST. CMD REPORTS 4LSO, 1 TL TO THE ROOF. EXPOSURES BEING MONITORED. STAGING AREA IS W HOUSTON ST AT S 7TH AVE. NO REPORTED INJS. FIRE STILL DWH. NY350 * NYT18 [1STR]. 2:00p.m.

U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **3RD ALARM** BOX 346: 22 KING ST AT VARICK ST. CAR-15A HAS PLACED THE FIRE PWH. S/C CON-ED AND BLDGS DEPT. NY350 * NYT18 [1STR]. 2:13p.m.

LOS ANGELES, CA: LA CO FIRE: 3RD ALRM: OUTSIDE STRU WITH EXPLOSIVES GOING OFF AT 16131 MAPLE AVE IN COMPTON. FIREPAGE (R) LA-1. 2:20p.m.

FAIRFAX CO. VA. **2ND ALARM** 3128 BERNARD CT. *1 BURNED & 1 POSSIBLY TRAPPED* HVY FIRE IN A TOWNHOUSE/ MON 4E DC2. 2:46p.m.

MEHOOPANY, PA (WYOMING) **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL** SR 87 50FT PAST LOVELTON CHURCH FULLY INV. STRUCTURE UNIT O/S REQ. 2 ND ALRM ON ARRIVAL OF SCENE. M/A ASKED TO RESP. WITH TANKER. BRAD. CO. FULL RESPONSE. PA24 [1STR]. 5:16p.m.

PLEASANT HALL PA (FRANKLIN CO) 2ND ALM EQUIV 7796 NYESVILLE RD FOR THE DWG M/A CUMBERLAND CO DC/PA1. 6:39p.m.

PITTSBURGH, PA (ALLEGHENY) **2ND ALARM** 1443 ARLINGTON STREET. CMD REPORTS HAS FIRE ON 1ST,2ND AND 3RD FL OF A VACANT W/EXPOSURE ISSUES. PA21 * PA1306 [1STR]. 6:59p.m.

U/D PITTSBURGH, PA (ALLEGHENY) **2ND ALARM** 1443 ARLINGTON STREET. CMD HAS FIRE IN A 3 STY WOOD FRAME P/D. BULK OF THE FIRE IS K/D AND STILL HOLDING ALL UNITS O/S. FIRE IS U/C. PA21 * PA1306 [1STR]. 7:13p.m.

U/D WURTSBORO, NY (SULLIVAN) **2ND ALARM** 383 COUNTY RTE 56 - FIRE IN A PVT DWELLING. CMD REQ 2ND ALARM. 4 DEPTS WITH TANKERS TO SCENE. NY20 * NY14 [1STR]. 7:53p.m.

U/D CUMBERLAND, MD (ALLEGHANY) **2ND ALARM** 18202 WILLIAMS RD CHIEF 12 CALL FOR 3 MORE ENG 2 TANKER AIR UNIT AND LIGHT UNIT MD03. 7:52p.m.

U/D CUMBERLAND, MD (ALLEGHANY) **2ND ALARM** 18202 WILLIAMS RD CHIEF 12 CALL FOR 3 MORE ENG 2 TANKER AIR UNIT AND LIGHT UNIT MD03 [1STR]. 7:53p.m.

U/D WURTSBORO NY (SULLIVAN CTY) *2ND ALARM* 383 CR 56 @ CALLAHANS RD. A FULLY INVOLVED STRUCTURE FIRE M/A OPERATING O/S ROCK HILL BLOOMINGBURG & SUMMITVILLE. & WESTBROOKVILLE STANDING BY FOR COVER. MNS-108 20:54* 7:56p.m.

WURTSBORO,NY (SULLIVAN) **2ND ALARM** 383 COUNTY RD 56 WORKING BLDG FIRE REQ M/A TANKERS NOW FROM ROCKHILL AND SUMMITVILLE TO THE SCENE AND ROCKHILL'S FAST TEAM TO THE SCENE ADD'L M/A TO COVER EAN388 [EAN]. 8:01p.m.

DEKALB CO: 2nd Alm, 7208 Tree Mtn Pkwy, Village of Stone Mtn Apts. multi-sty apts, 2nd Alm rqstd shortly after arrival, laying lines, offensive attack. 6E,4L,1HvyR,3BC. HNAN/BillD. 11:04p.m.

DEKALB CO,GA U/D: 2nd Alm, 7208 Tree Mtn Pkwy nr City of Stone Mtn, 3 sty gdn apts, making progress on lower flrs, fire now running attic w/hvy fire conds. 2nd 5-inch sply in place. Still offensive. HNAN/BillD. 11:13p.m.

PA> PHILADELPHIA> *2ND ALARM*> 4146> 5000 LARCHWOOD ST> BATT 7 ON LOCATION WITH 4 DWELLINGS FULLY INVOLVED. REQUESTING 2ND ALARM UPON ARRIVAL. BNN226> BNN267/809/533/712* [EAN]. 11:18p.m.

U/D PA> PHILADELPHIA> *2ND ALARM*> 4146> 5800 LARCHWOOD ST> *CORRECTED ADDRESS* FIRST 2 ENGINES FROM 2ND ALARM HAVE BEEN ORDERED TO THE FRONT OF THE FIRE DWELLING WITH 1.75IN LINES. BNN226/384/835/807/485> BNN267/809/533/712 [EAN]. 11:23p.m.

PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **2ND ALARM** (BOX 4046) 5800 HAZEL AVE. BATT. 7 RPRTS RPRTS HEAVY FIRE IN A LARGE UNKNOWN TYPE DWELLING. ALL HANDS I/S FROM 1ST ALARM. PRI SEARCHES NEG. MAKING GOOD PROGRESS. PA1306 * PA39 [1STR]. 11:28p.m.

DEKALB CO,GA U/D: 2nd Alm, 7208 Tree Mtn Pkwy nr City of Stone Mtn, 3 sty gdn apts, center core burn, thru roof. Still offensive interior attack, L/P set up for def mode if needed. 2 2.5 & multi 1.75 lines. HNAN/BillD. 11:32p.m.

FINAL U/D PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **2ND ALARM** BOX 4046: 5833 HAZEL AVE. EXTENSION TO 4 ADJACENT STRUCTURES. FIRE IS K/D WITH EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL UNDERWAY. PA1306 * PA39 [1STR]. 11:46p.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.

MONDAY, JANUARY 09, 2006

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
@ 00:23
MANHATTAN: W/F 10-77 BOX 1526, ( HIGH RISE M/D ) AOF 131 ST X AMSTERDAM AVE, FIRE IN A HI-RISE 100 X 100 OMD, L-26 FAST TK, BN-12 I/C Mns154/866

@ 00:25
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-77-1526 (HI-RISE + A/H) 131 ST X AMSTERDAM AVE, FIRE IN A HI-RISE 100 X 100 OMD, L-26 FAST TK, ENG-58 C.F.R.D. / BN-11 SAFETY CORD, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D. BN-12 I/C Mns154/866

@ 01:12
QUEENS: ARCHER AVE X 150 ST, FDNY / MVA, ENG. INV IN A MINOR ACCIDENT, UNK INJ. Mns154

@ 03:05
BRONX: W/F 10-75 BOX 2726, AOF 1368 WEBSTER AVE X 170 ST, FIRE OUT THE WINDOWS, 21 STY 200 X 100. BN-26 I/C Mns154

@ 03:06
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2726 aof 1368 WEBSTER AVE X 170 ST, FIRE OUT THE WINDOWS, 21 STY 200 X 100, ALL HANDS ON ARRIVAL. Mns154

@ 05:26
STATEN ISLAND: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7557 aof 20 BERCH LN (BOX FOREST GREEN X VILLAGE GREENS SE), FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING, 2 STY FRM 20 X 40, EXT ENG & TRK S/C, L-82 FAST TK, BN-23 I/C Mns154

@ 05:28
BRONX: W/F 10-75 BOX 2284, WESTCHESTER AVE X FOREST AVE, FIRE IN A P/D, TL-17 FAST TK. Mns154

@ 05:29
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2284 WESTCHESTER AVE X FOREST AVE, FIRE ON 20TH FLR OF A 21 STY 150 X 50, 1 L/S/O, TL-17 FAST TK. BN-14 I/C Mns154

@ 05:33
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2284 aof 671 WESTCHESTER AVE X FOREST AVE, FIRE ON 20TH FLR OF A 21 STY 150 X 50, 1 L/S/O 2ND BEING STRCHD, TRK CO OPENIN UP. Mns154

@ 07:10
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-795 Aof 35 WEST 43 ST & 5 AVE. FIRE IN A 3 STY COMML BLDG. NEXT DOOR TO ENG. 65, EXTRA ENG & TRK ABOVE THE ALL HANDS. [ E-8 / TL-21 ] MNS -88- 7:21:36 AM *

@ 07:20
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-795 AOF 35 WEST 43 ST. X 5TH. AVE. FIRE 2ND FLR OF A 3 STY COMM. BLDG. W/ EXT. TO THE 3RD FLR. BN-6 SAFETY CORD, BN-10 COM CORD,

@ 07:41
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-795 AOF 35 W 43 ST & 5 AVE. FIRE ON 2ND FL W/EXT TO 3RD FL OF A 3 STY COMML D/W/H. MNS -88- 7:40:01 AM *

@ 07:52
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-795 AOF 35 W 43 ST & 5 AVE. FIRE IN A 3 STY COMML. FIRE IS P/W/H. MNS -88- 7:51:37 AM *

@ 09:06
BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* (10-75) BOX 1751 @ VAN SICLEN AVE & BELMONT AVE. FIRE IN A VACANT BLDG. TL-120 FAST TK, BN-44 I/C * MNS-106

@ 09:09
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1751 @ BELOMNT AVE & VAN SICLEN AVE. 2 STY VACANT BLDG. BATT-44 RPTS; FIRE 2ND FLR. 2 - LINES RUN. FAST TRK IS TL-120 BEING PUT TO WORK. S/C ANOTHER FAST TRK (TL-107) D-W-H * MNS-106

@ 09:16
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1751 @ 333 VAN SICLEN AVE nr BELMONT AVE. 2 STY 20 X 40 VACANT BLDG. FIRE TOP FLR. BATT-44 RPTS; PRI/SCH TOP FLR DELAYED DUE TO A COLLYERS MANSION CONDITIONS AND DIV-15 JUST REPORTED PRI/SCH NEGATIVE - P-W-H * INCIDENT DURATION 11 MINS * MNS-106

@ 11:43
MANHATTAN: *10-60* BOX 861 ( MAJOR EMERG ) AOF 331 E 51 ST 1-2 AVES. 10-60 MAJOR EMERGENCY FOR A COLLAPSE IN A BLDG, POSSIBLE VICTIMS TRAPPED. *MNS021

@ 11:46
MANHATTAN: BOX 861 AOI 331 E 51 ST & 2 AVE. *10-60 MAJOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE* BLDG COLLAPSE. 1ST FL COLLAPSED INTO THE BSMT W/A WORKER TRAPPED. NUM ESU & FDNY UNITS O/S. MNS -88- 11:43:26 AM

@ 11:49
MANHATTAN: *10-60* BOX 861 AOF 331 E 51 ST 1-2 AVES. BN-8 RPTS PARTIAL COLLAPSE OF A FLR IN A 6 STRY BLDG 25 X 50 UNDER CONSTRUCTION W/WORKERS TRAPPED

@ 11:58
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-60-861 AOF 331 E 51 ST 1-2 AVES. DIVISION 3 RPTS 3 VICTIMS TRAPPED & BEING REMOVED. SOC CHECKING BLDG STABILITY. ALL-HANDS 10-60 DWH

@ 12:12
MANHATTAN: BOX 839 AOF 18 W 48 ST BET. 5 AVE - ROCKAFELLER CNTR. E-54 REMOVING A VICTIM FROM 27TH FLR VIA STOKES. UNK CONDITION. INITAL REPORT WAS FOR VICTIM PINNED

@ 12:25
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-60-861 AOF 331 E 51 ST X 1-2 AVES. DIV 3 REPORTS; TTL OF 4 VICTIMS REMOVED ARE STABLE. COMPANIES CON'T TO SEARCH AS NO CONFIRMATION OF NUMBER OF VICTIMS IS KNOWN. MNS21 & 88

@ 12:51
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-60-861 AOF 331 E 51 ST X 1-2 AVES. 20 WORKERS WERE IN BLDG AT THE TIME OF COLLAPSE. 16 SELF EVACUATED. 4 REMOVED VIA FD & PD. ALL PTS STABLE TO CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER. *MNS21, MNS88

@ 14:16
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-346 aof 22 KING ST, FIRE ON 4TH FLR, EXT ENG & TRK S/C. [E-7 / L-8 ] TL-9 FAST TK, BN-2 I/C Mns154

@ 14:21
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-346 aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD FLR REAR OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, 2 L/S/O, (EXT E/T E-7 / L-8) TL-9 FAST TK, BN-12 I/C Mns154

@ 14:29
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-346 aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD FLR REAR OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, 2 L/S/O, FIRE EXT TO UPPER FLRS. Mns154*

@ 14:34
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-346 aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD FLR EXT TO 4TH FLR OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, 3 L/S, 2 IN OPER, BN-1 SAFETY CORD / BN-7 COMM CORD, HEAVY SMOKE ON UPPER FLRs. 2 ADD TRKs S/C [ TL-1 / L-6 ] Mns154/106/866*

@ 14:46
MANHATTAN: *** 3RD ALARM*** 3-3-346 aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD FLR EXT TO 4TH / 5TH FLRs OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, W/HVY SMOKE UPPER FLRs, 3 L/S, 2 IN OPER, S/C DWH, DIV-1 I/C . Mns154/106/866*

@ 14:55
MANHATTAN: *** 3RD ALARM*** 3-3-346 aof 22 KING ST X 6TH AVE, FIRE ON 3RD FLR EXT TO 4TH / 5TH FLRs OF 6 STY 25 X 75 OMD, W/HVY SMOKE UPPER FLRs, 4 L/S/O, FIRE POSS EXTENDED INTO EXP, REQ PD ON A RUSH, LINES RUNNING ON 6TH AVE. Mns154/106/866*

@ 15:05
BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 1131 @ RIDGE BLVD & 74 ST. 6 STY BRK 100x100 OMD * MNS-106

@ 15:08
BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 1131 @ 74 ST & RIDGE BLVD. 6 STY BRK 100 X 100 OMD. FD RPTS ; USING 2-ENGS & 2-TRKS FOR A FIRE 4TH FLR - FIRE KNOCKED DOWN. L-149 FAST TK, BN-40 I/C * MNS-106

@ 15:12
BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 1131 @ 74 ST & RIDGE BLVD. 6 STY BRK 100 X 100 OMD. FIRE 4TH FLR. BATT-40 RPTS; PRI/SCH FIRE APT & ABOVE NEGATIVE. P-W-H * MNS-106

@ 15:16
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1131 @ 7410 RIDGE BLVD nr 74 ST *BAY-RIDGE* 6 STY BRK 100 X 100 OMD. FIRE 4TH FLR. DIV-8 RPTS; FIRE NOW UNDER CONTROL * MNS-106

@ 15:16
MANHATTAN: *** 3RD ALARM*** 3-3-346 @ 22 KINGS ST nr VARICK ST. 6 STY BRK 25 X 75 OMD. FIRE 3RD FLR W/SLIGHT EXT'N TO THE 4TH & 5TH FLRS. CAR15A RPTS; PRI/SCH FIRE FLR THRU THE TOP FLR NEGATIVE. P-W-H * MNS-154/866/106

@ 18:22
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-4217 AT 63-45 82 PL / 2 STORY 20 X 40 PVT DWELLING / EXTRA ENG & TRUCK (WINDOW BARS) L-140 FAST TK, TIP-MNS-866/ MNS3-IAP

@ 19:28
BROOKLYN: [W/F 10-75] BOX 1272 AOF 475 6 AVE X 11 ST FIRE TOP FL NO SIZE UP [MNS-30]

@ 19:33
BROOKLYN: [W/F 10-75] BOX 1272 AOF 475 6 AVE X 11 ST FIRE TOP FL OUT WINDOW NO SIZE UP, TL-105 FAST TK, BN-32 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 19:38
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1272 AOF 475 6 AVE X 11 ST 3 STY 20 X 100 OMD / FIRE TOP FL OUT WINDOWS CORR TO BN-48 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 19:42
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1272 AOF. 475 6TH AVE X 11 ST FIRE TOP FL 3 STY 20 X 100 2 LINES RUN, S/C E / TK [E-219 / L-132 ] DWH BN-48 I/C MNS-88 O/S [MNS-30]

@ 19:46
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1272 AOF 475 6TH AVE X 11 ST 3 STY BRK 20 X 100 OMD FIRE TOP FL, 2 LINES RUN, E-219 / L-132 WERE S/C'ED PRI SCH NEG / FIRE APT DIV-11 MNS88 O/S [MNS-30]

@ 19:56
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1272 AOF 475 6 AVE X 11 ST 3 STY BRK OMD FIRE TOP FL ALL VIS FIRE K/D, PRI SCH NEG [P/W/H] "FIRE DURATION 30 MINS" DIV-11 MNS-88 O/S [MNS-30]

@ 21:54
MANHATTAN: [W/F 10-75] BOX 756 AOF 336 LEXINGTON AVE X 39 ST, L-24 FAST TK, BN-8 I/C 5 ENGS / 2 TKS / RES / SQD. ON BOX, NUM CALLS [MNS-30]

@ 21:56
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-756 AOF 336 LEXINGTON AVE X 39 ST NO SIZE UP, L-24 FAST TK, S/C ADD TK, TL-21, BN-8 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 22:01
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-756 AOF 336 LEXINGTON AVE X 39 ST, 5 STY BRK 25 X 75 MD FIRE 1ST FL REST, 2 LINES RUN, 1 IN OPER, BN-8 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 22:09
MANHATTAN NY 75-756 [ALL HANDS] AOF 336 LEXINGTON AVE X 39 ST 5 STY 25X75 MIXED/OCC FIRE 1ST FL / 2 LINES RUN 1 1ST FL DINNING ROOM 1 ROOF CHECKING DUCT WORK DWH DIV-3 I/C [MNS-30]

@ 22:13
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-756 AOF 336 LEXINGTON AVE X 39 ST, 5 STY MIXED / OCC FIRE 1ST FL, PRI SCH NEG [P/W/H] "FIRE DURATION 25 MINS" DIV-3 I/C [MNS-30]


OTHER INCIDENTS IN THE N. Y. AREA:

@ 11:00
JERSEY CITY, N. J. ( HUDSON CO ) *** 3RD ALARM*** AOF 193 DANFORTH AVE X J. F. K. BLVD. HEAVY FIRE IN A 2 STY FRAM P/D, WITH EXT. TO THE EXP'S.

@ 18:56
YORKTOWN-MOHEGAN FIRE DIST, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) W/F VIC of 3300 MOHEGAN AVE X LAKESIDE. HOUSE FIRE. [MNS342 IAP]

@ 20:40
WURTSBORO, N.Y. (SULLIVAN CTY) W/F 383 CR 56 A WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE. M/A ROCK HILL WITH 1 TANKER TO THE SCENE & BLOOMINGBURG STANDING BY FOR COVER. MNS-108 20:38

@ 20:55
WURTSBORO, N.Y. (SULLIVAN CTY) ** 2ND ALARM** 383 CR 56 @ CALLAHANS RD. A FULLY INVOLVED STRUCTURE FIRE M/A OPERATING O/S ROCK HILL BLOOMINGBURG & SUMMITVILLE. & WESTBROOKVILLE STANDING BY FOR COVER. MNS-108 20:54*


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[COLOR=Dark Red]*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
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UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON, ENGLAND

LONDON FIRE BRIGADE DAILY REPORT

16 Dec 05


1826 F21 Stratford Working fire on Wyatt Rd, 1st flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian rescued w/smoke inhalation & shock.

1923 H42 New Malden MVA w/Extrication on Clifford Ave, auto vs truck accident w/extrication required.

2028 A24 Soho 4 pump fire at Tescos in Kings Court, 10 Goodge St, 4-sty shops & offices 20m x 40m, basement fire using 1 hosereel, TIC.

0028 A27 Clerkenwell MVA w/Extrication at Kings Cross Bridge, civilian trapped under a bus.

0057 A35 Enfield Persons reported fire on Chestnut Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 4m x 8m, working fire both flrs using 1 jet & 1 hosereel.

0255 G40 Hayes 4 pump fire (fatal x 5) on Willenhall Drive, 2-sty end-of-row dwelling 5m x 8m fully involved using 2 jets & 2 hosereels, TIC, 2 adults and 3 children found DOA.


17 Dec 05

1449 A33 Tottenham MVA w/Extrication on Westbury Ave, 2-vehicle accident w/extrication required.

0301 A28 Dowgate 4 pump fire at 54 Lombard St, 17-sty office bldg 100m x 100m, high pressure steam leak in basement.


18 Dec 05

1201 A34 Edmonton 4 pump fire on Fore St, 2-sty shop & dwellings 5m x 15m, fire in ductwork extended to roof, using 2 hosereels, TIC, 1 civilian rescued w/shock.

1240 E30 Eltham MVA w/Extrication on Westhorne Ave, vehicle vs utility pole accident w/extrication required.

1847 F27 Bow 4 pump fire on Pudding Mill Lane, fire involving 1 ton of scrap metal, using 2 jets, TIC.


20 Dec 05

2341 A21 Paddington Cylinder incident in Hyde Park, fire involving a 3000W mobile diesel generator fully involved w/45kg propane cylinder exposed, using 2 jets, 2 hosereels, TIC.

0222 H21 Clapham Hazardous materials incident at Clapham Commons Underground Station, sulfuric acid leak in below grade battery room.

0357 F42 Ilford Working fire at 17 Redbridge Lane East, 2-sty private dwelling 7m x 10m, 1st flr fire using 1 hosereel, TIC, 1 civilian rescued w/ minor burns, 1 civilian rescued w/broken foot.


21 Dec 05

1651 F43 Barking MVA w/Extrication on Longbridge Rd, 4 vehicle accident w/one overturned vehicle, extrication required.

1750 F24 Shoreditch Special service heavy rescue at Moorgate Station, civilian trapped between train and station platform.

1808 E23 East Greenwich 4 pump fire at Tunnel Refineries on Tunnel Ave, fire involving a 8m x 8m powder drier approx 20metres above ground level and approx 4 tons of protein powder, using 1 hosereel, ALP Aerial Ladder Platform monitor, TIC.

2153 A23 Euston MVA w/Extrication on York Way, 2 single decker buses and 1 double decker bus involved in collision in bus station, extrication required.

2328 F21 Stratford 4 pump fire at Park School on Mathews Park Ave, 1 & 3-sty school 40m x 40m, 1st flr fire using 1 hosereel.

0225 F28 Homerton MVA w/Extrication on Homerton Rd, 2 vehicles vs utility poles, extrication required.

0513 A33 Tottenham Persons reported fire on Greens Lane, 3-sty shop & dwellings 6m x 10m, 1st flr fire using 1 hosereel, 3 civilians rescued from 2nd flr via ground ladder w/smoke inhalation, 2 add'l civilians rescued w/smoke inhalation.


22 Dec 05

1816 H38 Sutton Persons reported fire at 9 Erskine Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 6m x 10m, roof fire using 1 hosereel, TIC, 1 civilian rescued w/smoke inhalation.

2140 F44 East Ham Persons reported fire at 145 Winsor Terrace, 1st flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel, 3 civilians rescued w/smoke inhalation.


23 Dec 05

0822 E32 Downham 4 pump fire at Merryfield House on Grove Park Rd, working 11th flr apartment fire using 1 jet & dry riser main, TIC.

1735 F29 Leyton Persons reported fire on Villiers Close, 2nd flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian rescued w/smoke inhalation.

2221 A39 Finchley 6 PUMP FIRE, HP REQUIRED, DCU REQUIRED at 176 Creighton Avenue, 2-sty private dwelling 10m x 10m, heavy fire in attic and roof, using 4 jets, HP Hydraulic Platform, DCU Damage Control Unit (salvage), TIC.


Christmas Eve 05

1407 F42 Ilford 4 pump fire at 309 Eastern Ave, 2-sty private dwelling 15m x 9m, working fire 2nd flr & roof using 2 hosereels.

1822 F21 Stratford 4 pump fire, persons reported on Saint Dunstans Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 5m x 10m, heavy fire 2nd flr using 1 jet & 2 hosereels, 5 civilians evacuated.

0433 G33 Kensington Persons reported fire on Nevern Rd, 5th flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel, TIC.

0515 G21 Harrow 4 pump fire on Avenue Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 8m x 8m, roof fully involved using 1 jet, HP Hydraulic Platform.


Christmas Day 05

1006 G40 Hayes Persons reported fire (fatal) on Browngraves Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 10m x 5m, heavy fire 2nd flr using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian found DOA.

1331 F31 Kingsland Persons reported fire at Catherine House on Phillipp St, 1st flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian rescued w/smoke inhalation & shock.

1334 G28 Willesdon 4 pump fire, persons reported on High St, 3-sty shop & dwellings 10m x 15m, working fire 1st flr using 2 hosereels.

2202 A21 Paddington 4 pump fire at 5 Clarence Terrace, 3-sty bldg 20m x 10m, working fire 2nd flr using 1 hosereel.

2320 G22 Stanmore Working fire on Fryent Way, 3rd flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian rescued w/smoke inhalation & burns.

0121 G22 Stanmore 4 pump fire, cylinders reported at Radford Resprays on Ballards News, row of auto repair shops 60m x 15m, heavy fire w/explosions of two 10kg propane cylinders, using 3 jets, TIC, 35 civilians evacuated.


26 Dec 05

0945 A34 Edmonton 6 PUMP FIRE at Eley Estate on North Circular Rd, unoccupied 2-sty warehouse 50m x 15m, heavy fire 2nd flr thru the roof using HP Hydraulic Platform monitor, 1 hosereel, TIC, seven 15kg propane cylinders involved & cooled.

1328 G25 Ealing MVA w/Extrication on Arden Rd, 3-vehicle accident w/extrication required.

1409 G37 Chiswick Persons reported fire on Acton Lane, 3-sty private dwelling 5m x 9m, working fire 1st flr using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian rescued w/burns.

2113 A31 Holloway 4 pump fire, persons reported at Flat 40 Chelmsford House on Biddestone Rd, 5th flr apartment fire using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian rescued w/smoke inhalation.

2256 H25 West Norwood Persons reported fire on Wellfield Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 4m x 6m, working fire 1st flr using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian rescued.

0337 A34 Edmonton MVA w/Extrication on Bull Lane, 2-vehicle accident w/extrication required.


27 Dec 05

0948 H40 New Malden Persons reported fire at 14 Apsley Rd, 2-sty private dwelling 5m x 10m, 1st flr fire using 1 hosereel, 1 civilian rescued.

1429 G36 Hammersmith MVA w/Extrication at Uxbridge Rd and Old Oak Rd, 2-vehicle accident w/extrication required.


28 Dec 05

2003 F33 Whitechapel MVA w/Extrication on Commercial St, 2-vehicle accident w/extrication required.

2128 G24 Southall 6 PUMP FIRE, PERSONS REPORTED at 4-7 The Crescent, 3-sty shop, hotel & dwellings 30m x 30m, heavy fire 2nd flr using 2 jets, 1 hosereel, TIC, 3 civilians rescued.


KC-01


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LOS ANGELES, CA:

Major Emergency Structure Fire
19414 Londelius Street
Northridge
Monday, January 9, 2006
TIME: 3:51 PM
INCIDENT #: 0748


On Monday, January 9, 2006 at 3:51 PM, twenty-eight Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, nine LAFD Rescue Ambulances, two Arson Units, one Urban Search and Rescue Unit, one Rehab/Air Tender Unit, one Emergency Air Unit, one Hazardous Materials Task Force, one LAFD Helicopter, three EMS Battalion Captains, five Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams, and one Division Chief Officer Command Team, all under the direction of Assistant Chief Roderick Garcia responded to a Major Emergency Structure Fire at 19414 Londelius Street in Northridge.

Firefighters arrived quickly during a period of strong north winds to discover heavy smoke and fire showing from a modern one-story 100' x 150' industrial building of concrete tilt-up construction amidst a minimally or unseparated block-long row of similar structures.

A half-dozen workers had safely escaped the involved business,"Ideal 2000 Custom Cabinets", just prior to Firefighters arrival.

Firefighters commenced a fierce initial interior attack on intense fire within the cabinet manufacturing firm, only to be driven back by voluminous flames that fed on volatile contents that filled the structure.

With the subsequent compromise of the lightweight roof, a swift and well-coordinated transition to defensive tactics brought Firefighters with handlines to the parapets of the immediately adjacent businesses, while master streams were strategically placed to bring the volume of water necessary to attack the free-burning fire.

Because of the wind and concern for flying embers, an LAFD Helicopter with video telemetry and infrared imaging capability was assigned for aerial reconnaissance and Command support.

With turbulent winds forcing large volumes of smoke low to the ground, twenty persons from one business immediately to the south were calmly and temporarily evacuated by Firefighters to prevent injury.

A total of 187 LAFD personnel tenaciously battled the stubborn flames for one hour and seventeen minutes before confining the wind-swept fire entirely within the occupancy of origin.

No civilian or Firefighter injuries were reported.

Fire damage has been estimated at $1,000,000 ($500,000 structure & $500,000 contents). The cause of this late afternoon blaze was categorized as electrical.


For updated & interactive information regarding this incident (including photos), please visit:

http://www.lafd.org/blog.htm

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Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,

Brian Humphrey
Firefighter/Specialist
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department

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Manhattan, N. Y. 01/09/06 @ 00:15 hrs.

Harlem

Box 1526
address: 1420 Amsterdam Ave.
between: West 129th. St. & West 133rd. St.

1526 @ 00:07
Engs. 37, 59
Lads. 40, 30
Batt. 12

10 - 75 - 1526 @ 00:11
Ladder 26 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Engs. 69, 47
Rescue Co. #3
Squad Co. #41
Batt. 13
Division 6

10 - 77 - 1526 @ 00:15 ( High Rise. M/D assign. )
Lad. 28, T. Lad. 14
Eng. 58 C. F. R. D.
Batt. 11 "Safety Cord"
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1

Fire Building:
22 Story Class 1 100 x 400 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Court Yard
Exp. #2: Is a Court Yard
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a Street

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1526 @ 00:19
Batt. 12 reports: Box 1526, Will be using All - Hands here " K "

@ 00:21
Batt. 12 reports: At Box 1526, We have a fire on the 1st. floor of a 22 Story Class 1 occupied High Rise Multiple Dwelling. The main body of fire has been knocked down in the Fire Apt. 1 - line stretched and in operation. Primary searches in the Apt. above the fire is negative. Fire Apt. is 1 "frank"

@ 00:34
Batt. 12: Box 1526, All visible fire has been extinguished in the Fire Apt. Primary searches in the Fire Apt. and on the floors above are negative. Secondary searches in the Fire Apt. will be delayed due to a Collyer's Mansion condition. We had ( 1 ) civilian injury who self evacuated prior to the F. D. arrival. Fire is Probably Will Hold.

@ 00:40
Division 6: At Box 1526, All secondary searches are negative in the Fire Apt. fire floor and on the floors above. Fire is UnderControl.

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Manhattan, N. Y. 01/09/06 @ 07:00 hrs.

Midtown

Box 795
address: 35 West 43rd. Street
between: 5th. Ave. & Ave. of Americas ( 6th. Ave )

795 @ 06:54 ( Verbal Alarm from Eng. 65 )
Engs. 65, 26, 54
Lads. 4, 24
Batt. 9

" Eng. 65 to Manhattan, 10 - 75 the Box,
We have a fire in the rear of the 2nd. floor. "

10 - 75 - 795 @ 06:58
Ladder 2 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 1
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #18
Batt. 8
Division 3

Fire Building:
3 Story Brick 30 x 60 Commercial
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 10 Story Class 1 30 x 100
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: 3 Story Brick Firehouse 30 x 60 ( Eng. Co. #65 )

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 795 @ 07:06
Batt. 9 reports: Box 795, Using All - Hands for a fire on the 2nd. floor in the rear of a 3 story brick commercial bldg.. We have 1 - line stretched and in operation. 2nd line being stretched. Truck's are "Opening Up" Searches are underway. Fire's Doubtful.

@ 07:14
Special Call an additional Engine & a TowerLadder Engine 8 & TowerLadder 21 are s/c

2nd Alarm:
2 - 2 - 795 @ 07:16
Engs. 34, 23, 16
Lad. 16
Eng. 9 w / Satellite 1
Batt. 6 "Safety Cord."
Batt. 10 "Comm. Cord."
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 / Tac. Support Unit #1

@ 07:26
Division 3: Box 795, We have a fire on the 2nd floor in the rear, with some minor extensions to the 3rd floor. We have 2 - lines stretched and in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Checking the exposures for any extensions. Fire is Doubtful.

@ 07:27
Special Call ( 2 ) additional Trucks. T. Lad. 12 & Lad. 11 act. Lad. 2 s/c

@ 07:31
Division 3: Box 795, Fire's on the 2nd floor with minor extensions to the 3rd floor. Truck's are "Opening Up" No extensions to the cockloft at this time. Still Doubtful.

@ 07:39
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 2nd alarm, Box 795, Division 3 reports: Fire in a 3 Story Brick 30 x 60 multiple dwelling. Fire on the 2nd. floor with minor extensions to the 3rd floor. 3 - lines are stretched, 2 - lines are in operation. ( 1 ) precautionary line stretched to the roof. Have Con Ed gas respond, we have a small gas line fed fire in the rear. Still Doubtful Will Hold at this time.

@ 07:44
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 2nd Alarm, Box 795, Car 4 "henry" Deputy Assist. Chief Manahan reports: Probably Will Hold at this time. All visible fire has been extinguished.

@ 07:56
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 2nd Alarm, Box 795, Car 4 "henry" Deputy Assist. Chief Manahan reports: Primary searches of the 2nd floor are complete and negative. Primary searches on the 3rd floor are delayed due to heavy stock piling. Fire remains at Probably Will Hold.

@ 08:16
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 2nd Alarm, Box 795, Car 4 "henry" Deputy Assist. Chief Manahan reports: Fire is UnderControl. All searches thru out are complete and negative.

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Manhattan, N. Y. 01/09/06 @ 11:30 hrs.

Midtown East Side

Box 861
address: 331 East 51st. Street
between: 1st. Ave. & 2nd. Ave.

861 @ 11:26 ( reported Collapse )
Engs. 8, 21, 39
Lads. 2, 16
Batt. 8
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #18
TowerLadder 7 as a S. O. C. Support Truck
Rescue Battalion
Tac. Support Unit #1

" Batt. 8 to Manhattan, Transmit a 10 - 60 ( Major Emergency ) We have a confirmed collapse of the 1st. floor into the basement with worker's trapped "

10 - 60 - 861 @ 11:30
Ladder 40 acting Ladder 4 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #4
Batts: 9, 10, 7, 45
Batt. 6 "Safety Cord."
Division 3
Safety Battalion
TowerLadder 14 as an add. S. O. C. Support Truck
Haz. Mat. #1
Squad Co. #1 Haz. Mat. Tech. Support
Haz. Mat. Battalion
Fieldcom 1
Car 15 "adam" D. A. C. Spadafora
Mobile Command Center #2 assigned

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 861 @ 11:40
Batt. 8 reports: Will be using All - Hands here.

Collapse Building:
6 Story Brick 25 x 50 ( Under Renovation )
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

@ 11:46
Division 3: At Box 861, We have a collapse of the 1st. floor into the basement. Attempting to get confirmation on the number of works that may be trapped. We know of ( 3 ) at this time. It's a 6 story brick vacant dwelling under major renovation.

@ 11:56
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the All - Hands 10 - 60, Box 861, Division 3 reports: We have confirmation of the collapse of the 1st. floor into the basement. ( 3 ) workers have been removed at this time. Exp. #4 side is unstable. Rescue Battalion is making a determination of building stability. Using All - Hands at this time.

@ 12:23
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the All - Hands 10 - 60, Box 861, Car 15 "adam, Deputy Assist. Chief Spadafora reports: At this time, ( 4 ) workers have been removed, they are in stable condition, enroute to Cornell Hospital. In the process of making sure all utilities are secured. Primary search is still being conducted. All other workers are accounted for. Still Doubtful.

@ 13:09
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the All - Hands 10 - 60, Box 861, Car 15 "adam, Deputy Assist. Chief Spadafora reports: Bldg's Dept. has suspended all work in the bldg. Situation is UnderControl.

@ 13:20
Special Call ( 1 ) Engine & ( 1 ) Truck for relief purposes. Engine 1 & TowerLadder 35 are s/c

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Manhattan, N. Y. 01/09/06 @ 14:15 hrs.

SOHO Section

Box 346
address: 22 King Street
between: Varick St. & Ave. of Americas ( 6th. Ave )

346 @ 14:09
Eng. 24, Sqd. Co. #18, Eng. 33
Lads. 5, 20
Batt. 2

10 - 75 - 346 @ 14;13
TowerLadder 9 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 55
Rescue Co. #1
Batt. 6
Division 1

Fire Building:
6 Story Brick 25 x 75 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 - 346 @ 14:15
Squad Co. #1 is assigned

Batt. 2 reports: At Box 346, We're using All - Hands on arrival. Fire's on the 3rd. floor of a 6 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Fire's Doubtful. Special Call an additional Engine & Truck.

@ 14:15 Engine 7 & Ladder 8 are s/c

@ 14:26
" Division 1 to Manhattan, Transmit a 2nd Alarm. We have fire on ( 2 ) floors, with heavy smoke pushing out from the upper floors. "

2nd Alarm:
2 - 2 - 346 @ 14:26
Engs. 5, 3, 6
Lad. 3
Eng. 9 w / Satellite 1
Batt. 1 "Safety Cord."
Batt. 7 "Comm. Cord."
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 / Tac. Support Unit #1
Car 15 "adam" Deputy Assist. Chief Spadafora

@ 14:41
Division 1: Box 346, We have fire extension to the 4th. & 5th. floors. 3 - lines are stretched, 2 - lines in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Special Call ( 2 ) additional Truck Co.'s

@ 14:41 TowerLadder 1 & Ladder 6 are s/c

@ 14:42
" Division 1 to Manhattan, Transmit a 3rd. Alarm. We have possible extension into the exposures. "

3rd. Alarm:
3 - 3 - 346 @ 14:42
Engs. 10, 16, 34, 28
Batt. 4
Batt. 14 act. Batt. 7 "Staging Chief"
Batt. 33 "Air Re - Con Chief"
Mask Service Unit #1
Staging Area: West Houston St. & 7th. Ave.

@ 14:51
Division 1: Box 346, We have 4 - lines stretched and in operation. 1 - line being stretched to the roof. Truck's are continuing to "Open Up" At this time, we have no extensions to the exposures. Exposures are being monitored. Fire remains at Doubtful Will Hold.

@ 15:00
Special Call ( 2 ) additional Truck Co.'s TowerLadder 12 & Ladder 10 are s/c

@ 15:17
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 3rd Alarm, Box 346, Car 15 "adam" Deputy Assist. Chief Spadafora reports: All searches, from the fire floor to the top floor are complete and negative. Main body of fire has been knocked down. You can return the "Air Re - Con Chief"

@ 15:35
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 3rd Alarm, Box 346, Car 15 "adam" Deputy Assist. Chief Spadafora reports: Con Ed is in the process of securing all Utilities at this time. 2 - lines are stretched and in operation washing down. Truck's Co's are "Opening Up" the roof and checking for any extensions. Fire is UnderControl at this time.

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 01/09/06 @ 19:30 hrs.

Park Slope Section

Box 1272
address: 475 6th. Ave.
between: 10th. St. & 11th. St.

1272 @ 19:23
Engs. 220, 239, 279, 226*
Lad. 122, T. Lad. 131
Batt. 48
Rescue Co. #2*
Squad Co. #1*
* 4 Engs. / 2 Tks. / Rescue & Sqd. due to numerous calls.

" Eng. 220 to Brooklyn, Urgent ! 10 - 75 the Box !
Fire out the top floor window "

10 - 75 - 1272 @ 19:26
TowerLadder 105 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Batt. 32
Division 11

Fire Building:
3 Story Brick 20 x 100 O. M. D.

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1272 @ 19:20
Batt. 48 reports: Box 1272, Transmit the All - Hands. Fire's on the top floor of a 3 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Doubtful. Special Call an extra Engine & Truck.

@ 19:20
Engine 210 & Ladder 132 are s/c

@ 19:44
Division 11: Box 1272, Primary search in the Fire Apt. is negative.

@ 19:51
Division 11: Box 1272, We have 2 - lines stretched and in operation. A 3rd. line is being stretched to Exp. #4. All visible fire has been knocked down. Still Doubtful.

@ 19:53
Division 11: Box 1272, Primary search thru out the Fire Bldg. is negative. Probably Will Hold.

@ 19:57
Division 11: Box 1272, Secondary search of the fire floor and floors
below are negative. Still Probably Will Hold.

@ 19:59
Division 11: Box 1272, Fire is UnderControl.

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Manhattan, N. Y. 01/09/06 @ 22:00 hrs.

Midtown

Box 756
address: 336 Lexington Ave.
between: East 39th. St. & East 40th. St.

756 @ 21:56
Engs. 21, 16, 8, 1,* 65*
Lad. 2, T. Lad. 7
Batt. 8
Rescue Co. #1*
Squad Co. #18*
* 5 Engs. / 2 Tks. / Rescue & Sqd. due to numerous calls. Eng. 65 became available and added. Normally 1st. due.

10 - 75 - 756 @ 21:53
Ladder 24 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Batt. 9
Division 3

Fire Building:
5 Story Brick 25 x 75 Comm. / 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 - 756 @ 21:54
Batt. 8 reports: Box 756, We're going to use All - Hands at this Box. Special Call an additional Truck. Fire's Doubtful.

@ 21:54 TowerLadder 21 is s/c

@ 22:00
Batt. 8 reports: Box 756, Fire's on the 1st. floor in a commercial restaurant. It's a 5 story brick, restaurant on the 1st. floor, a multiple dwelling on the 2nd. thru 5th. floors. Fire's in the kitchen in the duct. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Doubtful.

@ 22:06
Division 3: At Box 756, We have 2 - lines stretched and in operation. 1 - line inside to the kitchen, 1 - line is stretched to the roof. Main body of fire has been knocked down. Checking for extensions in the duct work. Fire remains Doubtful.

@ 22:18
Division 3: At 756, Primary searches thru out are complete and negative. Probably Will Hold at this time.

@ 22:28
Division 3: Box 756, We had fire extend out of the duct to the rear set - back roof. Truck's are "Opening Up" and checking for any additional extensions. Secondary searches are complete and negative thru out. Fire remains at Probably Will Hold.

@ 22:49
Division 3: Box 756, We have the small pockets of fire in the rear set-back extinguished at this time. Fire is UnderControl.


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

Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006
From: "Domonic D'Acquisto"

Waukesha South HS

Waukesha South HS being closed early at 3PM, Squads being sent to prevent possible gang related fight

WCTRS 14960


Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006
From: "rjfleming"

Milw sheriff chase

Milw sheriff chase mctrs 739pm


Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006
From: "cochs"

Waukesha Cty - Suicidal Subject - 20:30

In Waukesha County - On Unknown Lake - Subject With Knife - NFI


Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006
From: "cochs"

Update: Waukesha Cty - Suicidal Subject - 20:32

Knife in Custody, Subject still not resonding to commands. Situation under control. Cancel Dive Team, K9. Request EMS for minor cut. - Area 4 Dispatch (Mukwanago Area??)


Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006
From: "Richard Feyrer"

RE: Update: Waukesha Cty - Suicidal Subject - 20:32hrs. They are taking him to the county mental hospital.


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UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON ENGLAND

MONDAY 9 JANUARY

Golders Green house fire

Over thirty firefighters fought a serious fire at a house on Golders Green Crescent in Golders Green this morning. The first floor of the two storey building was damaged during the incident and the blaze spread throughout the entire roof. Residents living in flats either side of the property were evacuated as a precautionary measure. Firefighters worked quickly to stop the fire spreading into the adjoining properties and used a hydraulic platform to fight the fire above the roof. Crews remain at the scene this morning and fire investigation officers will begin looking into the cause of the blaze later today. The Brigade was called at 0708 and the fire was under control by 0829. Crews from West Hampstead, Hendon, Belsize, Finchley and Paddington fire stations attended the incident. The hydraulic platform came from Wembley fire station.


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


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Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2006-1-9
National Police and Fire Incidents


0007hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE WITH EXPOSURES - 4819 ELIZABETH AVE - SARASOTA, FL

0025hrs - FIRE - 863 NE 149TH ST - MIAMI, FL

0046hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - ROGERDALE RD - HOUSTON, TX

0047hrs - SMALL BLDG. ON FIRE - ALLEN PKWY - HOUSTON, TX

0059hrs - FIRE - NW 17TH AVE&NW 79TH ST - MIAMI, FL

0103hrs - FIRE - OAKWOOD DR&SHERIDAN DR - MIAMI, FL

0120hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 515 SEASIDE - DALLAS, TX

0130hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1614 EDGEMONT - DALLAS, TX

0230hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 9348 BECK - DALLAS, TX

0430hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 8831 IH 10 E - SAN ANTONIO, TX

0506hrs - TRAIN FIRE - CLINTON DR - HOUSTON, TX

0546hrs - FIRE - 8300 S DIXIE HWY - MIAMI, FL

0549hrs - FIRE - 12550 SW 120TH ST - MIAMI, FL

0616hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - DANTE DR - HOUSTON, TX

0628hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WESTHEIMER RD - HOUSTON, TX

0632hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 19525 NW 38TH CT - MIAMI, FL

0632hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - BETHUME - SHREVEPORT, LA

0640hrs - FIRE - 927 NE 199TH ST - MIAMI, FL

0656hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 1616 EASTLAKE AV E - SEATTLE, WA

0754hrs - SHED ON FIRE - RICHELIEU LN - HOUSTON, TX

0754hrs - SHED ON FIRE - CANDLELIGHT LN - HOUSTON, TX

0828hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WIRT - HOUSTON, TX

0829hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 14140 SW 156TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

0917hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - SANDS POINT DR - HOUSTON, TX

0920hrs - FIRES - BLK TORREY RD / E TELEGRAPH RD - PIRU, CA

0945hrs - BUS FIRE - W BELLFORT ST - HOUSTON, TX

0948hrs - BUILDING FIRE - HERMANN DR - HOUSTON, TX

1001hrs - BUILDING FIRE - WOODWAY DR - HOUSTON, TX

1020hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - N ANN ST & E GRANT ST - LANCASTER, PA

1039hrs - FIRE - 9331 SW 192ND DR - MIAMI, FL

1100hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4 GOLFO ST - SARASOTA, FL

1102hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - CENTENARY - SHREVEPORT, LA

1103hrs - FIRE - CENTENARY - SHREVEPORT, LA

1138hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 184000 I75 - SARASOTA, FL

1140hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4345 KOLLOCH - DALLAS, TX

1140hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE CONFIRMED - 933 WINDSOR DR - SARASOTA, FL

1145hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - PEDEN - HOUSTON, TX

1155hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - NEWSHIRE DR - HOUSTON, TX

1159hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 1901 NE CHELAN LN - SEATTLE, WA

1227hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 1121 CRANDON BLVD - MIAMI, FL

1258hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - HARRISBURG AVE & N MARY ST - LANCASTER, PA

1315hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - W VINE ST & BEAVER ST - LANCASTER, PA

1344hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - N RESERVOIR ST & LEHIGH AVE - LANCASTER, PA

1354hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - E LIBERTY ST & N DUKE ST - LANCASTER, PA

1404hrs - FIRES - 5500 BLK W 5TH ST - OXNARD, CA

1425hrs - FIRES - 100 BLK S CAMINO RUIZ - CAMARILLO, CA

1437hrs - BUILDING FIRE - SCH JEFFERSON DAVIS HIGH QUITMAN - HOUSTON, TX

1451hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 6005 SUMMERFEST - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1505hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - ALABAMA - SHREVEPORT, LA

1530hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3440 ROSEMEADE - DALLAS, TX

1600hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - BERT KOUNS INDUSTRIAL - SHREVEPORT, LA

1606hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BOB WHITE DR - HOUSTON, TX

1640hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 7676 S WESTMORELAND - DALLAS, TX

1643hrs - FIRE - 10771 SW 88TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1649hrs - FIRE - 5500 BLK ORANGETHORPE AVE - LA PALMA, CA

1649hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - INTERPORT - SHREVEPORT, LA

1700hrs - FIRE PREVENTION - PIERREMONT - SHREVEPORT, LA

1735hrs - FIRE - 1931 SW 59TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

1738hrs - FIRE - OCKLEY - SHREVEPORT, LA

1739hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - DOROTHY ST - HOUSTON, TX

1748hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ELWOOD ST - HOUSTON, TX

1748hrs - FIRE - 1508 NE 152ND ST - MIAMI, FL

1750hrs - FIRE - 1551 NE 167TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1757hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - VALKEITH DR - HOUSTON, TX

1826hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CLAREWOOD - HOUSTON, TX

1839hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - LEHMAN - HOUSTON, TX

1840hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 600 PRESA ST S - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1854hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - CHAMP BLVD & DEAD END - EAST HEMPFIELD, PA

1901hrs - FIRES - BLK KUEHNER DR / 118 FRWY - SIMI VALLEY, CA

1909hrs - FIRE - SW 92ND AVE&W FLAGLER ST - MIAMI, FL

1911hrs - FIRE - 8801 W FLAGLER ST - MIAMI, FL

1919hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GLENCREST ST - HOUSTON, TX

1923hrs - CHIMNEY FIRE - 5231 11TH AV NE - SEATTLE, WA

1942hrs - FIRES - 300 BLK HAMPSHIRE RD - THOUSAND OAKS, CA

1949hrs - FIRES - BLK SPRING RD / HIGH ST - MOORPK, CA

2008hrs - FIRES - 300 BLK W HARRISON AV - VENTURA, CA

2020hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2707 CROSS - DALLAS, TX

2028hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CHARTRES - HOUSTON, TX

2028hrs - FIRES - BLK LOS ANGELES AV / MADERA RD - SIMI VALLEY, CA

2029hrs - FIRE - 16900 COLLINS AVE - MIAMI, FL

2033hrs - FIRES - 2300 BLK PALMA DR - VENTURA, CA

2049hrs - BUILDING FIRE - MORALES RD - HOUSTON, TX

2055hrs - FIRE - 0 BLK SEVILLE - TUSTIN, CA

2055hrs - FIRE - 5399 NW 36TH ST - MIAMI, FL

2102hrs - FIRES - 4300 BLK GREENWOOD ST - NEWBURY PK, CA

2125hrs - BRUSH FIRE - REGINA DR & SUNNYBROOK BLVD - SARASOTA, FL

2141hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 2212 JANIE POE DR - SARASOTA, FL

2156hrs - FIRE - 1173 SW 78TH PL - MIAMI, FL

2208hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - BANKS ST - HOUSTON, TX

2222hrs - FIRE - 14185 SW 87TH ST - MIAMI, FL

2228hrs - FIRES - BLK W PACIFIC COAST HWY / RINCON BEACH PARK DR - SEA CLFF, CA

2249hrs - FIRES - 300 BLK E EASY ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA

2321hrs - FIRES - 500 BLK MISSION DR - CAMARILLO HTS, CA

2338hrs - FIRE - 9521 FONTAINEBLEAU BLVD - MIAMI, FL

2350hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 210 ROESLER RD - SAN ANTONIO, TX


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USFA Releases 2005 Firefighter Fatality Statistics


Emmitsburg, MD- The United States Fire Administration (USFA) announced today, this nation suffered 106 on-duty firefighter fatalities in the United States in 2005. In addition to these fatalities, the USFA has
learned of 4 firefighter fatalities in 2005 related to injuries suffered in years prior to 2005.

"The fire service of this nation has tragically lost, again, too many firefighters in 2005," said Deputy USFA Administrator Charles Dickinson. "The USFA approaches 2006, joined with the fire organizations and fire
department leaders, to commit to doing what it takes to reduce these too often, preventable losses."

In 2005, there were 4 multiple-firefighter fatality incidents.

* Two New York City firefighters died in January when rapid fire progress forced them to jump from a fire-involved structure;
* 3 firefighters were killed in the crash of a helicopter in Texas in March as they assisted with a controlled burn;
* 2 Wyoming firefighters died in a residential structure fire in April; and
* 3 firefighters were killed in the crash of an air tanker in California.

Additionally, the New York City Fire Department suffered a third firefighter fatality on the same day as the January incident cited above, at another incident scene. The Memphis, Tennessee Fire Department lost 2 firefighters in separate incidents during the year.

Additionally, heart attacks were responsible for the deaths of 48 firefighters in 2005, reduced from 61 in 2004. Seven firefighters died of CVAs in 2005, up from 4 in 2004. Vehicle crashes took the lives of 26 firefighters in 2005. Five firefighters were killed in tanker (tender) crashes, 5 firefighters were killed in crashes that involved passenger vehicles, and 4 firefighters were killed in pumper crashes. Firefighters were also killed in crashes involving ATVs, aircraft, and a boat.

The United States Fire Administration has developed educational programs in the past few years to directly address firefighter deaths in vehicle crashes. Efforts have specifically targeted tanker operations, career
firefighter vehicle operations, and volunteer firefighter vehicle operations. For additional information regarding these programs, go to http://www.usfa.fema.gov/research/sa...e-roadway.shtm

The average age of a firefighter killed in 2005 was 46. The youngest firefighter to die while on-duty in 2005 was an 18-year-old Connecticut firefighter who died after falling from a ladder during training. The
oldest firefighter to die while on-duty in 2005 was a 76-year-old New Jersey firefighter who was struck by a suspected drunk driver at a roadside emergency scene.

These fatality statistics for 2005 are provisional and subject to change as the USFA contacts State Fire Marshals. For additional information on firefighter fatalities, including the annual fatality reports from 1986
through 2004 and the Firefighter Fatality Retrospective Study 1990-2000, please visit the USFA Web site at http://www.usfa.fema.gov/fatalities/statistics/


Kevin E. Cooney, Vice Commander
CT Statewide (Fire) Honor Guard
860-644-7711-home
860-982-9227-cell
KCFIRE911@aol.com

God Bless, Stay Safe and Keep the Faith!


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*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*

- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) n1qgs@yahoo.com


On January 9th:

1856
- Rockingham (Bellows Falls) - VT - Flint Peg mill and Stone planing mill destroyed by fire

1962 - Pelham - NH - Bridge Street - Oham Arslamiam Farm - Vegetable washing and packing plant 20x50 destroyed by fire - Fire also destroyed detached garage

1982 - Wilmington - VT - Fatal Fire - Fire destroyed a ski chalet taking the life of a 42 year-old woman

1985 - Swanzey - NH - Fatal Fire - address - 1.5 Story dwelling - 82 year old woman died along with her dog

1997 - Rochester - NH - 2nd Alarm - Box 7 - 30 Flat Rock Bridge Rd - 1 Story House/Garage Heavy fire

1998 - Rumney - NH - 2nd Alarm Fatal - 112 Sylvia Drive off Old Rte 25 West of Vlg - House fire - Arson/Murder/Suicide

1999 - Swanzey (North Swanzey Village) - NH - 1st Alarm Fatal - 20 Grove St, 1.5 Story Wood Frame irregular House - 5 mo/old Infant, 8 y/o male(fatality) trapped - 34 y/o Adult Trapped Civilian Neighbor Rescuer suffered a traumatic arrest at 12 Elm St (fatality)

1999 - Wolcott - VT - Working Fire - Rte 15 - Very small barn with livestock lost - Morrisville and Hardwick Fire Departments were called to assist Wolcott and Elmore

2001 - Surry - NH - MVA Fatal - Rte 12 near the Landfill - Multiple car MVA in Surry NH , Companies from Keene, Westmoreland and Surry responded. Initial reports indicate possibly one fatal (confirmed). Two jaws worked the incident one out of Keene the other from Westmoreland


Notable incidents beyond New England

1912
- New York (Manhattan) - NY - Equitable Life Insurance Society Building, 120 Broadway: the early morning fire started in the basement and spread through the elevator shaft to other areas of the multistory building; subfreezing temperatures and water transformed the scene into gigantic ice sculptures; 6 people died, including a chief fire officer; the building burned for more than 36 hours and was a total loss.

1912 - New York (Manhattan) - NY - 5th Alarm plus 3 alarms - Box 15 - Broadway at Pine - Equitable Building - Line of Duty Death

1982 - New Brunswick - Canada - 5.8 Richter Scale felt throughout New England


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


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