World Of Fire Report: 01-15-06
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Sunday, January 15, 2006
(Central Time Zone)
FINAL U/D MARIETTA, GA (COBB) **FATAL 2ND ALARM** 1810 ASHBOROUGH DR. BODY HAS BEEN RECOVERED. CSI FINISHED WITH SCENE. ALL SERVICES TOOK UP. GA01 * NY536 [1STR]. 1:10am.
NJ> BERGEN> HACKENSACK> *2ND ALARM*> 16 MERCER STREET> BATT REPORTS HE HAS HEAVY SMOKE AND FIRE IN A 1 1/2 STORY 20X40. ADD'L 2 AND 1 TO THE SCENE. M/A COVER FROM BOGOTA 1 ENGINE, RIDGEFIELD PARK 1 ENGINE 1 TRUCK, TEANECK FAST TEAM> BNN485/396/74 [EAN]. 2:42a.m.
HACKENSACK, NJ (BERGEN) **2ND ALARM** MERCER AVE. UNITS O/S WITH HEAVY FIRE IN A 2 STORY COMMERCIAL.HEAVY FIRE IN COCKLOFT. REQ M/A TO THE SCENE AND COVER UP. 1 L/S/O. FIRE IS D/W/H. NJ601 * NJ791 [1STR]. 3:01a.m.
PRINCE GEORGES CO. MD. *2ND ALARM* 4106 OLD CRAIN HWY/ HVY FIRE 2ND FLR 2 STY FRAME HOUSE/ APROX 1 MILE OFF ROADWAY/ TANKER OPS/ MON PG3 494.7875 DC2. 4:04a.m.
PRINCE GEORGES CO. MD. UPDATE 2ND ALARM *EVAC TONES SOUNDED* 4106 OLD CRAIN HWY/ HVY FIRE 2ND FLR 2 STY FRAME HOUSE/ FIRE ALSO FOUND IN BSMNT/ HOUSE BEGINNING TO COLLAPSE/ APROX 1 MILE OFF ROADWAY/ TANKER OPS/ MON PG3 494.7875 DC2. 4:18a.m.
ANN ARBOR (WASHTENAW), MI **LODD** UPDATE: VISITATIONS FOR AMY PENNYWITT IS SUNDAY 5-8 PM AND MONDAY 12-3 AND 5-8 PM AT MANCHESTER UNITED METHODIST IN MANCHESTER FUNERAL IS TUESDAY 10 AM AT CRYSLER ARENA IN ANN ARBOR. 7:46a.m.
Cobb Co FD (Marietta), GA: 3rd Alarm At 0433, 2265 Kingston Ct off Delk Rd Working Fire on the Holiday Inn, 1 fatality & dozens of injuries; Started on 2nd Floor HNAN/PhilP. 8:04a.m.
U/D MARIETTA, GA (COBB) **FATAL 3RD ALARM** I-75 AT DELK RD @ "THE HOLIDAY INN". HVY FIRE CONTAINED TO UPPER FL'S OF A HI-RISE HOTEL. APPROX 68 PPL EVAC'ED. INVESTIGATION ONGOING. GA01 * NYT18 [1STR]. 9:19a.m.
U/D MARIETTA, GA (COBB) **FATAL 3RD ALARM** I-75 AT DELK RD @ "THE HOLIDAY INN". HVY FIRE CONTAINED TO THE 4,5,6 FL'S OF A HI-RISE HOTEL. APPROX *170* HOTEL GUESTS EVAC'ED. 1DOA. INVESTIGATION ONGOING. GA01 * NYT18 [1STR]. 9:32a.m.
YULAN, NY (SULLIVAN) **2ND ALARM** 128 AIRPORT RD - FD O/S OF A WELL INVOLVED STRUCTURE. NUMEROUS TANKERS M/A TO SCENE FROM PIKE CO, PA. NY14 [1STR]. 9:47a.m.
CUMBERLAND, MD (ALLEGHANY) **2ND ALARM** 13483 AVALON DR BOX 3-2 CMD 3 CALLED FOR ADDITIONAL ALARM ,4 TANKERS 2 ENG'S, AIR UNIT, CHIEF MD03 [1STR]. 10:41a.m.
SCHENECTADY, NY (SCHENECTADY) **2ND ALARM** 211 MCCLELLAN ST - CMD RPTS HVY FIRE IN THE ATTIC OF A MULTI STY OMD. 2 L/S/O, TRKS OPENING UP, SRCHS IN PRGRSS. MASTER STREAMS GOING TO WORK. NUMEROUS M/A REQ. FIRE IS DWH. NY946 [1STR]. 12:57p.m.
U/D SCHENECTADY, NY (SCHENECTADY) **2ND ALARM** 211 MCCLELLAN ST - CMD RPTS HVY FIRE IN THE ATTIC OF A MULTI STY OMD, W/ FIRE IN THE EXPOSURES. 2 L/S/O, TRKS OPENING UP, SRCHS IN PRGRSS. MASTER STREAMS GOING TO WORK. NUMEROUS M/A REQ. FIRE IS DWH. NY946 [1STR]. 1:06p.m.
FORT EDWARD, NY (WASHINGTON) **2ND ALARM** ON CANAL ST. HEAVY FIRE THROUGHOUT A 2 STORY FRAME. M/A TO THE SCENE NJ465 [1STR]. 2:03p.m.
MONTGOMERY CO. MD. **2ND ALARM** 35 PICKERING CT. (CO29-GERMANTOWN) FIRE 2ND FLR/ MON 7G DC2. 2:40p.m.
2ND ALARM MERRIMACK NH 21 TURKEY HILL RD BY ORDERS C-3 HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING BASEMENT SIDE-4 1-STY WDFR OCCUPIED DWELLING *153.980/154.415* C251/C991/C03/C710 [TAC9-C10]. 2:57p.m.
GRANDVILLE, MI (KENT): *2ND ALARM EQ* 3825 28TH ST SE. FIRE IN THE DAYS INN. M/A AID FROM GEORGETOWN FOR AERIAL TO SCENE & PUMPER FOR STATION FILL. FNNM-3016>400. 4:04p.m.
CHESTERFIELD, VA - 2ND ALARM - VEPCO POWER PLANT, COXENDALE RD. MAJOR TRANSFORMER FIRE W/ BLDGS & ENERGIZED TRANSFORMER EXPOSURES. OIL FIRE WELL OFF. EMPLOYEE ACCOUNTABILITY IN PROCESS. OPS ON TAC-4 (VFN107). 5:08p.m.
U/D: CHESTERFIELD, VA *2ND ALARM* VEPCO POWER PLANT, MAJOR TRANSFORMER OIL FIRE W/ EXPOSURES, SPRINKLERS K/D BULK OF TRANS FIRE. EXPOSURE BLDG NOW HAS EXTERIOR FIRE. SETTING UP P-19. OPS ON TAC-4 (VFN107). 5:19p.m.
U/D: CHESTERFIELD, VA *2ND ALARM* DOMINION VA POWER PLANT, TRANSFORMER FIRE U/C, EXP BLDG NOW HAS FIRE IN ROOF DECK RUBBER MEMBRANE. HENRICO COVERING 2 STA'S. FIRE BRIGADE, 6E'S, 2T'S, FOAM-15 O/S. (VFN107). 5:40p.m.
U/D - MARIETTA, GA (COBB) **FATAL 2ND ALARM** 1810 ASHBOROUGH CIRCLE. E55 RESPONDING BACK TO A REKINDLE OF THE HOLIDAY INN FIRE. A TOTAL OF 168 RESCUED, 20 INJURED, AND 2 FF'S. FIRE MARSHALL'S NOW O/S INVESTIGATING FIRE. 1 CONFIRMED DOA. GA01 * NY1715 [1STR]. 5:58p.m.
U/D: CHESTERFIELD, VA *2ND ALARM* DOMINION POWER, TRANSFORMER U/C, FIRE IN RUBBER MEMBRANE ROOF. CO'S WORKING TO CONTROL RUNOFF OF SPILLED OIL & SPRINKLERS, STILL HAVE SPOT FIRES W/FOAM OPS ONGOING (VFN107). 6:09p.m.
2ND ALARM PEABODY MA BOX 39 4 COTTAGE ST DWELLING FIRE *484.6625* (C101/C135/C171) [TAC9-C33]. 6:20p.m.
WEEHAWKEN, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM** 30 HIGHWOOD TERR. NEAR 32ND ST. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A FROM JERSEY CITY FOR COVERAGE. STILL DWH. NJ301 * NJ465 [1STR]. 6:26p.m.
[CORR. LOC.] MARIETTA, GA (COBB) **FATAL 3RD ALARM** 2265 KINGSTON CT. E55 O/S WITH A REKINDLE OF THE HOLIDAY INN FIRE. A TOTAL OF 168 RESCUED, 20 INJURED, AND 2 FF'S. FIRE MARSHALL'S NOW O/S INVESTIGATING FIRE. 1 CONFIRMED DOA. GA01 * NJ198 [1STR]. 6:30p.m.
U/D WEEHAWKEN, NJ (HUDSON) **3RD ALARM** 80 HIGHWOOD TERR. NEAR 32ND ST. HEAVY FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. STILL DWH. NJ301 * NJ465 [1STR]. 6:33p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM PEABODY MA BOX 39 4 COTTAGE ST FIRE IN 2.5 STORY DWELLING ORIGINATING IN THE BASEMENT EXTENDING UP DWH *484.6625* (C101/C135/C171) [TAC9-C33]. 6:35p.m.
U/D WEEHAWKEN, NJ (HUDSON) **3RD ALARM** 80 HIGHWOOD TERR. NEAR 32ND ST. HEAVY FIRE IN A NEWLY CONSTRUCTED CONDO COMPLEX. ALL COMPANIES TO EVACUATE THE BUILDING. STILL DWH. NJ301 * NJ465 [1STR]. 6:38p.m.
U/D 2ND ALARM PEABODY MA BOX 39 4 COTTAGE ST FIRE IN LARGE 2.5 STORY WOOD OCCUPIED NOW HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS FLOORS 1 & 2 ALL COS ORDERED OUT OF THE BUILDING DWH *484.6625* (C101/C135/C171) [TAC9-C33]. 6:44p.m.
3RD ALARM PEABODY MA BOX 39 4 COTTAGE ST FIRE IN 2.5 STORY WOOD FRAME 30x40 OCCUPIED HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS EXTERIOR ATTACK *484.6625* (C101/C135/C171) [TAC9-C33]. 6:48p.m.
U/D: CHESTERFIELD, VA *2ND ALARM* DOMINION POWER, TRANSFORMER FIRE U/C, ROOF FIRE U/C. RELEASING SOME CO'S. RUNOFF CONTROL AND OVERHAUL ONGOING. EXTENDED OPS. OPS ON TAC-4 *FINAL* (VFN107). 7:04p.m.
U/D WEEHAWKEN, NJ (HUDSON) **3RD ALARM** 80 HIGHWOOD TERR. MULTIPLE OUTSIDE STREAMS IN OPERATIONS FOR HEAVY FIRE 2ND FLOOR AND THRU THE ROOF OF A 2.5 STORY FRAME. DWH. NJ301 * NJ465 [1STR]. 7:20p.m.
U/D WEEHAWKEN, NJ (HUDSON) **3RD ALARM** 80 HIGHWOOD TERR. ALL VISIBLE FIRE KNOCKED DOWN. FIRE APPEARS PWH. NJ301 * NJ465 [1STR]. 7:28p.m.
CHELSEA, MI (WASHTENAW): [ONGOING SINCE 1900] *3RD ALARM EQUIV* F/I S/F/D NEXT TO 1140 SUGARLOAF LAKE. M/A FOR TANKERS, M/P, AND COVERAGE. (FNNM-991>1062 IAP). 8:14p.m.
U/D 3RD ALARM+ PEABODY MA BOX 39 4 COTTAGE ST 3-STORY WOOD FRAME OMD 30 X 40 FIRE THROUGH OUT PROBLEMS WITH EXPOSURES DUE TO EMBERS AND WIND CONDITIONS S/C 1 ENG AND 1 TRUCK TO THE FIRE DWH (C33/C101/C171) [TAC9-C135]. 8:52p.m.
CARLISLE, PA (CUMBERLAND) **2ND ALARM** 112 NORTH E STREET CMD HAS HEAVY FIRE SIDE A AND B OF A 2 STORY SFD. COMPANIES ARE OPENING UP AND SEACHES UNDERWAY. PA20 * PA39 * PA1306 [1STR]. 9:36p.m.
BARTLETT, IL (COOK) **GENERAL ALARM ON ARRIVAL** 1005 GEORGIAN PL. FD OS W/ A FIRE IN A SFD REQUESTING A FULL STILL RESPONSE FOR. ALL COMPANIES WORKING. IL06 [1STR]. 10:22p.m.
SPRING TWP, PA (BERKS) **2ND ALARM EQUIV.** 2014 FRANKLIN STREET (BERSHIRE ESTATES) CMD IS O/S WITH ALL FIRST ALARM COMPANIES WORKING REQUESTING 2ND ALARM TO LEVEL 2 STAGING ON STATE STREET AND L79 TO WORK. PA39 * PA1306 [1STR]. 11:42p.m.
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Alerts for 01/15/2006:
02:19 . FRANKLIN TWP. (OFN DISTRICT 8 (FRANKLIN)): WSF. 984 HARRISBURG PK . 2STY WD FRM SFD- CHIMNEY FIRE W/EXTN IN WALLS- ENG193 M/A: COLUMBUS ENG10 2 LAD2 12 RES2 MED10 BN5. BN5FG. OFN322 (C)
12:35 . COLUMBUS FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 8 (FRANKLIN)): WSF. 3299 BEECHWORTH DRIVE. SIT CONTAINED E23/181,L32,R4,BN6. BN6FG. OFN340 (C)
15:59 . COLUMBUS. (OFN DISTRICT 8 (FRANKLIN)): WSF. 8200 OREGON RD. POWER PLANT, FIRE FROM A GAS LEAK. B4FG. OFN482 (C)
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New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
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MNS PAGED REPORTD FOR F.D.N.Y.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 2006
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
MANHATTAN: W/F 10-75 BOX 887 W. 54 ST & 6 AVE - FIRE ON 12 FLOOR, TL-21 FAST TK, BN-9 I/C (MNS 500)
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-887 AOF 161 W. 54 ST & 6 AVE - ALL COMPANIES OPER FIRE ON 12 FL OF A 15 STORY 75 x 100 OMD, FIRE APT IS # 1202 - ATTACK STAIR'S IS 'A', EVAC STAIR'S IS 'B'. (MNS 500)
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-887 W. 54 ST & 6 AVE - MAIN BODY OF FIRE IS KNOCKED DOWN - PRIMARY SEARCHES IN PROGRESS ON FIRE FLOOR & FL ABOVE . (MNS 500)
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-887 W. 54 ST & 6 AVE - SEARCHES ARE NEGATIVE, FIRE IS PROB WILL HOLD (MNS 500)
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7126 11 ST X 47 AVE, FIRE IN BSMT W/POSS EXT TO 1ST FLR OF A 3 STY PD, L-106 FAST TK, BN-45 I/C . Mns154
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-9529 68 AVE X KESSEL ST, HI-CO READING, USING ALL HANDS FOR MANHOLE FIRE, W / HI-CO IN A PRIVATE DWLG, HOUSE IS BEING EVAC. Mns154
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1291 aof 185 E.104 ST X 3RD AVE, FIRE IN BSMT & 1ST FLR OF A 1 STY TAXPAYER 20 X 75, 1 L/S/O, 2ND BEING STRCHD. TL-13 FAST TK, BN-10 I/C Mns154
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1291 AOF 185 E 104 ST X 3RD. AVE. FIRE IN THE BASMT & 1ST. FLR OF A 1 STY COMM. BLDG. 20 X 75, 1 L/S/O, TL-13 FAST TK, BN-10 I/C [MNS84]
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1035 AOF 250 KINGSTON AVE X LINCOLN PL, FIRE ON 2ND FLR OF A 3 STY 25 X 60, ALL VIS FIRE K/D. Mns154
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-8634 aof 115-17 169 ST X 115 AVE, FIRE IN A 2 STY PD 20 X 40, L-126 FAST TK, L-155 S/C DUE TO WINDOW BARS, P/W/H WITH A/H. NYCR460. Mns154
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1319 aof 80-00 SHORE FRONT PKWY X BEACH 79 ST, FIRE ON 10TH FLR OF A 13 STY 100 X 340 OMD, L-134 FAST TK, BN-47 I/C . Mns154
OTHER INCIDENTS IN THE N. Y. AREA:
MONROE, N.Y. W/F 13 BERDITXHEV CT. A WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE AT THE BOY SCHOOL MNS-108 O/S 00:16
HACKENSACK, N. J. ( BERGEN CO ) ** 2ND ALARM ** AOF 16 MERCER ST. X MAIN ST HEAVY FIRE IN A 2 STY PRI DWG. M/A IN TO WORK & COVER.
HUNTINGTON MANOR, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) W-F, #1 TEDDY CT X DAVID CT FIRE IN A P/D.. DWH ATT. MNS 74
HUNTINGTON MANOR, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO ) W-F U/D, EMS REQUESTED FOR VICTIMS W/SMOKE INHAL .ALL OCC. OUT ATT, 2 L/S/O, FIRE EXP 3-4 SIDE, ROOF OPENING UP, STILL DOUBTFUL, MNS 74/30
HUNTINGTON MANOR, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) FINAL, FIRE U/C ATT, ARSON AND UTILITIES TO SCENE, NO M/A REQUESTED. MNS 74
BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) BFD RESPONDING TO DEER PARK RR STATION, PINAIRE DR X EXECUTIVE DR. HAVE A FULLY INVOLVED LIRR CAR AT RR STA .RETONE FOR GEN. ALARM. MNS 74
WEEHAWKEN, N. J. ( HUDSON CO ) *** 3RD ALARM*** AOF 80 HIGHWOOD TERRACE X HIGHWOOD AVE, HEAVY FIRE THRU OUT A 2 STY PRI DWG. M/A IN THE WORK THE FIRE AND COVERS.
O'FALLON, ILL (ST.CLAIR CO.) *** 3RD ALARM*** 501 ALADAR DR. CO'S GOT HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS IN A DWG. *EVACUATION TONES BEING SOUNDED* M/A TO THE SCENE, DWH. (STLFN) MNS-12*
CHELSEA, MI. (WASHTENAW CO ) *** 3RD ALARM EQUIV.*** NEXT TO 1140 SUGARLOAF LAKE, F/I S/F/D, M/A TANKERS, MANPOWER, AND COVERAGE. (FNNM) MNS-12*
PEABODY, MA: *** 3RD ALARM*** BOX-39 4 COTTAGE ST. FIRE THROUGH OUT A 3 STY WD/FRM 30 X 40 OMD, W/EXPOSURE PROBLEMS DUE TO EMBERS AND WINDS, S/C ADD'L 1 & 1 TO THE FIRE, DWH. (TAC9) MNS-12*
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Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.
Sunday, January 15, 2006
(Central Time Zone)
STLFN: Ofallon(St Clair Co) IL: Lebanon & East Side Fire Dept standing by Ofallon engine house. Redcross called for family assistance.(STL555). 12:07a.m.
STLFN: O'FALLON, IL (ST.CLAIR CO.) U/D O'FALLON FD *3rd ALARM* HOUSE FIRE @ 501 ALADAR DR. 1 AERIAL WAS RAISED. FIRE IS NOW U/C UTILITIES WERE ON SCENE. (STL 835). 12:31a.m.
STLFN- ST CHARLES COUNTY MO(CENTRAL COUNTY FIRE DIST) ST PETERS,MO*1ST* ALARM FIRE IN A HOUSE 50 JULIE LANE FLAMES VISIBLE FROM THE ROOF STL/813. 3:49a.m.
STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD HAS A 1ST ALARM FIRE AT PAGE & BLACKSTONE. BC805 REPORTS FIRE IN A VACANT 2 STORY BRICK - 4 FAMILY FLAT - ONE LINE OFF. PUMPERS 13 30 24 26 28 TL 2 RESCUE SQUAD 2 BC805 806. [STL810]. 8:44a.m.
STLFN: SHREWSBURY (ST.LOUIS Co.),MO: SHREWSBURY FD *1st ALARM* @ 7600 LANSDOWNE. HOUSE FIRE [STL899]. 1:49p.m.
STLFN: SHREWSBURY (ST.LOUIS Co.),MO: UPDATE - SHREWSBURY FD's *1st ALARM* @ 7600 LANSDOWNE. HOUSE FIRE - COMPANIES MAKING PROGRESS. MOVE-UPS HAVE BEEN MADE [STL899]. 2:05p.m.
STLFN: PACIFIC (FRANKLIN Co.),MO: PACIFIC FPD *1st ALARM* @ PACIFIC CARE CENTER, 105 S. 6th ST. SMOKE IN THE BUILDING - FF's TRYING TO LOCATE THE SOURCE. ALL OCCUPANTS EVACUATED [STL899]. 2:12p.m.
STLFN: CAHOKIA, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY) CAHOKIA FD ON SCENE OF A HOUSE FIRE @ 225 NADINE DR. CAHOKIA 1421 ON SCENE ADVISED WORKING HOUSE FIRE. PRAIRIE DUPONT, AND CAMP JACKSON FDS RESP. M/A. (STL 835). 4:43p.m.
STLFN: AFFTON (ST.LOUIS Co.),MO: AFFTON FPD *1st ALARM* @ 8035 WYNWOOD x HEEGE. SMOKE FROM CHIMNEY & ROOF OF A RESIDENCE - 1 LINE OFF [STL899]. 5:14p.m.
STLFN: AFFTON (ST.LOUIS Co.),MO: UPDATE - AFFTON FPD's *1st ALARM* @ 8035 WYNWOOD x HEEGE. FLUE & ATTIC FIRE IN A RESIDENCE - FIRE IS UNDER CONTROL. MOVE-UPS MADE [STL899]. 5:30p.m.
STLFN: CAHOKIA, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY) U/D ON CAHOKIA FD HOUSE FIRE @ 225 NADINE DR. FIRE IS U/C CO'S IN OVERHAUL. SOME M/A CO'S RETURNING. UTILITIES WERE ON SCENE. SAUGET FD WAS ALSO ON SCENE. (STL 835). 6:01p.m.
STLFN-ST CHARLES COUNTY MO(ST.CHARLES CITY FIRE) *1ST ALARM HOUSE FIEW 3028 RIDGEVIEW DR NFI/ATT STL/813. 7:10p.m.
STLFN: EAST ST. LOUIS (ST.CLAIR CO IL) 1900 BLOCK OF TUDOR ENG 412 ON SCENE POSSIBLE PERSONS TRAPPED NFI-ATT (HL)STL/813. 7:49p.m.
STLFN: AFFTON (ST.LOUIS CO) MO: AFFTON FPD **1st ALARM*HOUS FIRE @ 4800 BLK TIEMANN. FIRE IN THE ATTIC . 2 LINES OFF AND A SUPPLY LINE LAID. MOVE UPS MADE [STL557]. 8:54p.m.
*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
South Wales Fire Report.
3:33 6th January Cardiff Road, Between Dinas Powys and Barry
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving one car. One casualty was extricated by firefighters using hydraulic rescue equipment and taken to hospital.
00:19 7th January Caerau Court Road, Caerau, Cardiff
Two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used one hose reel to extinguish a fire involving a cooker. One casualty was treated for smoke inhalation.
16:19 7th January Clarence Road Bridge, Butetown, Cardiff
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving one car. Two female casualties were extricated by firefighters using hydraulic cutting equipment.
17:05 7th January Sloper Road, Canton, Cardiff
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving a car and motorbike. Four people were taken to hospital.
18:19 7th January Tylacelyn Road, Tonypandy
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving two cars. Two male casualties were taken to hospital.
21:51 7th January Orchard Mews, Newport
Two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used one hose reel to extinguish a fire involving a washing machine.
00:22 8th January In the grounds of Llancaiach Fawr Manor, Nel son
Fire crews used one main jet to extinguish a detached outbuilding used as a barn, which was completely destroyed.
03:17 8th January Pleasant Road, Penygraig, Rhondda
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving one car, which had left the road and rolled down the banking. One male casualty was extricated by firefighters and taken, along with another female casualty, to hospital by ambulance.
07:29 8th January Gladstone Road, Barry
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving one car in collision with a lamppost. One casualty was treated for shock.
12:17 9th January Dawkins Roundabout, Penywaun, Aberdare
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving two cars. One male casualty was extricated by firefighters using hydraulic cutting equipment and taken to hospital.
14:42 9th January St Julians Comprehensive School, Heather Road, Newport
Six firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used one hose reel to extinguish a fire in the cafeteria storeroom. The school was evacuated.
21:40 10th January Teilos Drive, Brackla, Bridgend
Two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used one hose reel to extinguish a fire in the first-floor bedroom of a mid-terraced house. One female occupant was treated for slight burns.
11:36 11th January Boverton Bypass, B4265
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving two vehicles. Four casualties were taken to hospital for a precautionary check-up.
15:13 11th January Intermediate Road, Brynmawr
Twelve firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used three hose reels to extinguish a fire involving a three-storey disused industrial unit.
06:36 12th January St Andrews Crescent, Mardy, Abergavenny
Two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used one hose reel jet to extinguish a fire in the bedroom of a house. One male and one female occupant were taken to hospital suffering from severe burns.
07:43 12th January Parc Bryn Derwen, Llanharan
Two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used a CO2 extinguisher to deal with a small fire involving an electrical shower
11:10 12th January Porthcawl Comprehensive, Park Avenue, Porthcawl
Fire crews used one hose reel to extinguish a fire in a ground-floor toilet block.
20:05 12th January Cross Thomas Street, Twynyrhodyn, Merthyr Tydfil
Four firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used one hose reel jet to extinguish a fire in the basement kitchen of a three-storey house.
22:06 12th January Elizabeth Avenue, Port Road East, Barry
Four firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used two hose reels to extinguish a small fire in the ground floor of a two-storey end-of-terrace house.
23:35 12th January Road from Llanfair to St Hilary
Fire crews attended a road traffic collision involving one car. Paramedics treated one casualty at the scene
01:00 13th January Bristol Street, Maindee, Newport
Four firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used two hose reel jets to extinguish a fire involving a ground-floor kitchen. Two occupants - one male and one female - were taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation.
05:09 13th January Bevan Rise, Trethomas
Four firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used two hose reel jets to extinguish a fire involving the first-floor flat in a mid-terrace property. A fire investigation will be carried out this morning.
WINSTED, CT FIRE
1-15-06, Winsted Connecticut had a structure fire. The first call came in at 1530 for 207 Perch Rock trail, a 1 story Cape Cod, with a report of fire on the roof. A Police officer was shortly on the scene and notified the dispatcher that the house was fully involved with fire through the roof. 1st alarm response was:E-1,2,5 and L-1 with Car 1 in command. At 1540, Car 1 requested a 2nd alarm, bringing Winsted E-3, and mutual aid of 1 Engine each from Pleasant Valley, and Colebrook to the scene and Riverton for station standby.
SUNDAY 15 JANUARY
Stoke Newington – shop blaze
Fire crews were called to a fire at a shop with a flat above on Stoke Newington Road, Stoke Newington in the early hours of this morning. The whole of the shop was gutted by the blaze and firefighters used two jets to bring the fire under control. Two people in the flat above escaped from the building before the Brigade arrived. The Brigade was called at 0533 and the fire was under control by 0623. Four fire engines and around twenty firefighters from Stoke Newington and Kingsland fire stations attended the scene. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
West Norwood – restaurant fire
Four fire engines and around twenty firefighters were called to a blaze on Norwood Road in West Norwood last night. The fire started in the kitchen and fire crews managed to stop the blaze from spreading to other parts of the building. Two people were assisted to safety from the flat above by fire crews via an external staircase. The Brigade was called at 2010 and the fire was under control by 2048. Firefighters from West Norwood and Brixton fire stations attended the incident. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Queens, N. Y. 01/15/06 @ 06:45 hrs.
Long Island City Section
address: 47 - 04 11th. Street
between: 47th. Ave. & 47th. Rd.
7126 @ 06:39
Engs. 258, 259, 238
T. Lad. 115, Lad. 128
10 - 75 - 7126 @ 06:43
Ladder 106 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #4
Squad Co. #288
3 Story Brick 20 x 60 O. M. D.
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
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 7126 @ 06:52
Batt. 45 reports: Box 7126, We are using All - Hands. Fire is in the basement with possible extensions to the 1st. floor. We have 1 - line stretched and in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Primary search is in - progress. Fire is Doubtful.
Batt. 45: At Box 7126, Primary search thru out the Fire Bldg. is negative. We had a small fire in the flooring between the basement & 1st. floor. Truck's are still "Opening Up" Fire is Probably Will Hold.
Division 14: Box 7126, All secondary searches thru out are negative. Place this Fire UnderControl.
Manhattan, N. Y. 01/15/06 @ 14:00 hrs.
address: 185 East 104th. Street
between: 3rd. Ave. & Lexington Ave.
1291 @ 13:49
Engs. 53, 91, 58
Lads. 32, 26
10 - 75 - 1291 @ 13:52
TowerLadder 13 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #41
1 Story Brick 20 x 75 Commercial
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 4 Story Brick M/D
Exp, #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a 4 Story Brick M/D
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1291 @ 13:55
Batt. 10 reports: Box 1291, Using All - Hands. We have a fire in a 1 story commercial brick 20 x 75. We have a heavy smoke condition with fire showing. 1 - line is stretched and in operation. 2nd. line being stretched. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Doubtful.
Batt. 10: Box 1291, We had fire drop down into the basement, and now have fire in the cockloft. Primary search of the 1st. floor is negative. Truck's are "Opening Up" We have 2 - lines stretched and in operation. Fire is Doubtful.
Division 3: Box 1291, Primary search in the basement and 1st. floor are complete and negative. Fire is Probably Will Hold.
Division 3: Box 1291, Secondary searches are still in - progress. Fire is UnderControl.
Division 13: Box 1291, Secondary searches are complete and negative. Division 3 will be 10 - 8, Batt. 10 will be the Incident Commander
Brooklyn, N. Y. 01/15/06 @ 16:00 hrs.
Crown Heights Section
address: 250 Kingston Ave.
between: Lincoln Pl. & St. Johns Pl.
1035 @ 15:54
Engs. 234, 280, 249
Lads. 123, 132
Rescue Co. #2 assigned
10 - 75 - 1035 @ 16:01
Ladder 113 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Squad Co. #252
3 Story Brick 25 x 60 Store / Dwelling
Batt. 38 reports: Box 1035, We have a fire on the 2nd floor of a 3 story brick, store on the 1st. floor with a multiple dwelling on the 2nd. & 3rd. floors. Truck's are in the process of "Opening Up" Doubtful.
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1035 @ 16:06
Batt. 38 reports: Box 1035, Using All - Hands. We have 1 - line stretched and in operation. 2nd line being stretched. Fire's on the 2nd floor. We're examining the 3rd floor for any extensions. Fire is Doubtful.
Batt. 38: Box 1035, Primary searches on the 2nd & 3rd floors are negative.
Division 15: At Box 1035, All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary searches are negative thru out. Secondary searches are in - progress. Fire is Probably Will Hold.
Division 15: At Box 1035, All secondary searches are negative thru out. Fire is UnderControl at this time " K "
Queens, N. Y. 01/15/06 @ 22:00 hrs.
Hammel Section of Far Rockaway
address: 80 - 00 Shore Front Parkway
between: Beach 77th. St. & Beach 81st. St.
1319 @ 21:52
Engs. 266, 265, 268
T. Lad. 121, Lad. 137
10 - 75 - 1319 @ 21:57
Ladder 134 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #4
Squad Co. #270
13 Story Class 1 100 x 340 O. M. D.
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1319 @ 22:04
Batt. 47 reports: At Box 1319, We are using All - Hands. Fire is on the 10th. floor in Apt. 10 "george" of a 13 Story Class 1 occupied multiple dwelling. We have 1 - line that is stretched and in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" and making a search. Fire is Doubtful.
Batt. 47: Box 1319, Primary search in the Fire Apt. and in the Apt. above are both negative.
Batt. 47: Box 1319, Main body of fire has been knocked down. Secondary searches are in progress. Fire is Probably Will Hold.
Batt. 47: Box 1319, Secondary search in the Fire Apt. and on the floor above are negative. Fire is UnderControl.
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Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2006
WEST I-10 FD - 2 ALARM WAREHOUSE FIRE I-10 AT BARKER CYPRESS KEYMAP 447A
Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2006
Re: WEST I-10 FD UPDATE
CORRECTED ADDRESS 221 BAKER RD KEYMAP 486D HARRIS CO HAZ MAT ON LOCATION
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006
From: "Ethan Grossman"
House Fire - Friendswood - 4315 Lucian KM 657B - 159.225. 406 o/l with flames visible. M/A Forest Bend FD
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Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006
From: John Schneider
Milwaukee Shooting - 2:44am
2035 W Fond du Lac
Person shot in back or abdomen,shooter is a female who fled in vehicle with other females. Security returned fire and may of hit tire on suspects vehicle.
460.075 MPD 1
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006
From: "Scott Ziegler"
Milwaukee Chase 11:20am
Area of 18th & Oklahoma Milwaukee Sheriffs deputies in a foot chase search for a white male black leather coat, blue jeans, beard with short hair last east bound on foot wanted for auto theft. Units also searching for a black chevy camaro with 2-3 hispanic males also involved Milwaukee PD units assisting
MCTRS 22416 Sheriff A1
MCTRS 22488 Sheriff A2 (MPD calling)
MPD 460.600 Tac Units in area
Note: Several people monitoring scanners have been calling 911 updating sheriffs where the suspect is headed.
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006
From: "Scott Ziegler"
Re: Milwaukee Chase UPDATE 12:12pm
MPD with subject in custody on 18 & Oklahoma
LOS ANGELES, CA:
Anaheim St. and Schley Ave.
Sunday, January 15, 2006
TIME: 7:01 PM
INCIDENT #: 0899
On Sunday, January 15, 2006 at 7:01 PM, eleven Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, four LAFD Rescue Ambulances, two Hazardous Materials Teams, one Foam Tender, two EMS Battalion Captains, three
Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams, one Division Chief Officer Command Team, under the direction of Battalion Chief Ray Olsen responded to a Hazardous Materials incident at Anaheim St. and Schley Ave. in Wilmington. Firefighters arriving on scene found a 150 x 250 steel storage building with light smoke escaping from the rear of the structure. Noticing that the building was placarded with a hazardous materials placard, Firefighters donned full personal protective equipment and breathing apparatus before leaving the apparatus to investigate the origin of the smoke. As Firefighters entered the building, they were confronted with large mounds of yellow sulfur. A tractor, used to move sulfur product within the building had caught fire and spread to a small area of the surrounding sulfur. The building, occupied by H.J. Baker, a sulfur processing plant had self evacuated prior to the arrival of Firefighters. A full Hazardous Materials response was requested and access by the public to the surrounding area was restricted until it was determined safe by members of the Hazardous Materials Task Force using air and water monitoring equipment. Firefighters using handlines and Class A foam were able to contain the fire in just over one hour and limit the spread spread of the fire to the tractor and the sulfur immediately surrounding the it. Fortunately, there were no reported injuries. The dollar loss is estimated to be $6000 ($5000 tractor and $1000 surrounding product.) The cause is listed as accidental.
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0037hrs - OTHER FIRE - SW 177TH AVE&SW 8TH ST - MIAMI, FL
0040hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 5320 BLANCO RD APT: 1105 - SAN ANTONIO, TX
0103hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - IMOGENE ST - HOUSTON, TX
0217hrs - POSS STRUCTURE FIRE - 984 HARRISBURG PK - COLUMBUS, OH
0219hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 984 HARRISBURG PK - FRANKLIN TWP, OH
0226hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - E 40TH 1/2 ST - HOUSTON, TX
0229hrs - BUILDING FIRE - GULF FWY - HOUSTON, TX
0233hrs - BUILDING FIRE - IH45OB-AIRPORT S IH 45 - HOUSTON, TX
0245hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - COOK RD - HOUSTON, TX
0303hrs - BRUSH FIRE - GREER DR & CRONLEY PL - SARASOTA, FL
0343hrs - FIRES - 1600 BLK E COCHRAN ST - SIMI VALLEY, CA
0349hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - JEANETTA - HOUSTON, TX
0402hrs - FIRE - 475 NE 140TH ST - MIAMI, FL
0425hrs - FIRE - 11121 SW 162ND TER - MIAMI, FL
0508hrs - FIRES - 14200 BLK CLEMSON ST - MOORPK, CA
0613hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - RICHLAND DR - HOUSTON, TX
0631hrs - FIRES - 500 BLK W GAINSBOROUGH RD - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
0652hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE CONFIRMED - 23 SPORTSMAN TER - SARASOTA, FL
0720hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 9210 LINBROOKE - SAN ANTONIO, TX
0746hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CHIMNEY ROCK RD - HOUSTON, TX
0839hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - CABOT - HOUSTON, TX
0842hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 500 PALM AVE - SARASOTA, FL
0916hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 7927 WEST DR - MIAMI, FL
0940hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4124 WIND RIVER - DALLAS, TX
0948hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - RIDGEWAY DR - HOUSTON, TX
1018hrs - BUS FIRE - CHARTRES - HOUSTON, TX
1029hrs - WOODS ON FIRE - ALIEF CLODINE RD - HOUSTON, TX
1036hrs - FIRES - 0-100 BLK IMPERIAL AV - VENTURA, CA
1112hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 3754 NW 209TH TER - MIAMI, FL
1122hrs - FIRES - 2500 BLK GLENHURST CT - SIMI VALLEY, CA
1131hrs - FIRE - 16950 N BAY RD - MIAMI, FL
1139hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - GLADEWELL DR - HOUSTON, TX
1159hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - PINEMONT - HOUSTON, TX
1202hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - PONDER AVE & KENSINGTON ST - SARASOTA, FL
1204hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - PINEMONT - HOUSTON, TX
1207hrs - MOBILE HOME ON FIRE - DIXIE DR - HOUSTON, TX
1209hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - CAMPBELL ST - HOUSTON, TX
1214hrs - BRUSH FIRE - SILVERLEAF RD & MARLBERRY RD - SARASOTA, FL
1228hrs - FIRE - 2929 POINT EAST DR - MIAMI, FL
1243hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 6361 SW 39TH TER - MIAMI, FL
1349hrs - FIRE - 9751 SW 70TH ST - MIAMI, FL
1410hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4710 LAKE - DALLAS, TX
1425hrs - FIRE IN SINGLE FAMILY RES - 5835 17TH AV S - SEATTLE, WA
1440hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - FOREST - DALLAS, TX
1457hrs - FIRES - BLK OLIVAS PARK DR / S VICTORIA AV - VENTURA, CA
1539hrs - FIRES - BLK S MOORPARK RD / GREENMEADOW AV - THOUSAND OAKS, CA
1541hrs - FIRE - 6500 NW 114TH AVE - MIAMI, FL
1648hrs - FIRE - 8951 NE 8TH AVE - MIAMI, FL
1701hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - KEYSBURG - SHREVEPORT, LA
1722hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 2240 NW 51ST ST - MIAMI, FL
1731hrs - FIRES - 300 BLK EVA ST - VENTURA, CA
1736hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 8231 W FLAGLER ST - MIAMI, FL
1736hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 8231 NW 8TH ST - MIAMI, FL
1737hrs - OTHER FIRE - NW 185TH ST&NW 45TH AVE - MIAMI, FL
1752hrs - FIRE - 11960 SW 144TH ST - MIAMI, FL
1756hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - SOUTHMORE BLVD - HOUSTON, TX
1807hrs - FIRES - 1300 BLK ACAPULCO AV - SIMI VALLEY, CA
1829hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - SW 93RD AVE&MILLER DR - MIAMI, FL
1835hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 5744 ANTIETAM DR - SARASOTA, FL
1844hrs - FIRES - BLK WEYMOUTH LN / PIERPONT BL - VENTURA, CA
1902hrs - FIREWORKS/UNABL TO LOC - 14 RIDGEWOOD DR - IOWA CITY, IA
1920hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - MARBURG - DALLAS, TX
2019hrs - FIRE - 500 JANN AVE - MIAMI, FL
2021hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 28600 SW 132ND AVE - MIAMI, FL
2109hrs - FIRES - BLK PARKER LN / AMERICAN WY - VENTURA, CA
2153hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - W SAM HOUSTON PKWY S - HOUSTON, TX
2257hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WESTHEIMER RD - HOUSTON, TX
2257hrs - FIRE - 17610 NW 9TH PL - MIAMI, FL
2309hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - LEEDALE - HOUSTON, TX
2310hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1133 MENCHACA ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX
2311hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - LEEDALE - HOUSTON, TX
2358hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FONDREN RD - HOUSTON, TX
*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*
On January 15th:
1880 - Fremont - NH - North side of Fremont - portable sawmill boiler exploded killing 2 and injuring 2
1903 - Peterborough - NH - Walbridge & Taylor Mill - Gas explosion in laundry spread rapidly throughout building
1919 - Boston - MA - Great Molasses Flood. 529 Commercial St. 2 Alarms on Box 1234 & an additional alarm on Box 1211. 19 killed, 40 injured. 3rd Engineer George Layhe (Engine 31, Fireboat) LODD. Also E31's quarters destroyed, relocated to E47's quarters in East Boston.
1919 - Boston - MA - Molasses Flood - 58 ft high, 90 foot wide (282 ft circum) molasses tank exploded in North End at Foster and Commercial St., 2 millions gals of molasses, wave 20-30 ft high killed 21 - A dozen horses and at least one cat died - Cast-iron tank holding 2.2 million gallons of molasses burst, sending viscous liquid down Commercial at 35 mph destroying houses, commercial buildings and a part of the elevated railroad
1920 - Putnam - CT - Hotel Chickering, a landmark of the town, was totally ruined by fire
1947c. - Amherst - NH - Nichols Road - Edgewood Farm Rest Home destroyed by fire
1948 - Boston - MA - 5th Alarm - Box 7115 - 23-27 Sleeper Street - Armour Leather Company - Building destroyed by fire in frigid conditions
1962 - Laconia - NH - Barn containing 14 boats stored for winter destroyed by arson fire
1974c. - New Bedford - MA - Fatal Fire - Evergreen Park - 4 children die in flash fire
1975c. - Dexter - ME - Titcomb Block Fire - Fire burned for 12hours
1976 - Canaan - VT - Beecher Falls Fire Station burns down
1988c. - Hooksett - NH - Rte 3 - Kahula Palace (former China Dragon Restaurant, Playhouse, Hotel) destroyed by fire
1997 - Concord - VT - Historic Fire - One of the oldest houses in Miles Pond burned
1998 - Orleans - VT - 2nd Alarm+ - Main Street - Bolduc's Valley House Inn & Rest - 3 Story Wood Frame
1998 - Rutland - VT - Working Fire - Route 4 - Best Western Motel
1998 - Sheffield - VT - Working Fire - Wheelock Road - Structure fire, heavily involved
1998 - Waterford - VT - Working Fire - Off State Route 18 - Structure Fire - Monroe NH - St. Johnsbury VT Mutual Aid
1999 - Fitzwilliam - NH - 2nd Alarm - Rte 119 - 2 car garage fully involved ext'd to house - Heavy fire in house - Tanker shuttle, 4 towns Mutual Aid
Notable incidents beyond New England
1865 - Emerela - Ecuador - Conflagration all but destroys town, damage over $100,000 loss
1874c. - Helena - MT - On a bitter cold morning, a fire started in a Chinese gambling house (2nd major fire that started here in 5 years). Half of the business section went up in flames for a loss of about $850,000. Feeling ran high against the Chinese in this fire and residents armed with six-shooters made the Orientals man the big pump - The Sheriff, Seth Bulock, arrived to quiet the crowd that was abusing the Chinese as they pumped
1953 - Washington - DC - A day known as Black Thursday - A runaway Pennsylvania Railroad train plowed into the concourse at Union Station, and a later unrelated explosion at the Standard Tire and Battery Store that injured a number of firemen *arlingtonfirejournal.blogspot .com*
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