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Friday, January 20, 2006
(Central Time Zone)
U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 1299 1544 MADISON AV CMD REPORTING MAIN BODY K/D. PRI SRCH NEG. SEC SRCH STILL IN PROGRESS. FIRE STARTED ON #1 FLOOR EXT INTO #3 FLOOR. NY695 * PA22 [1STR]. 12:07a.m.
FINAL U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 1299 1544 MADISON AV CMD REPORTS ALL SRCH NEG. FIRE U/C. HEALTH DEPT NTFD FOR SMOKE CONDITIONS IN DELI NEXT DOOR. NY695 * PA22 [1STR]. 12:24a.m.
CHICAGO, IL (COOK) **2ND ALARM** 6013 NORTH CENTRAL. CMD HAS A 1-STY 25X125 COMM BLDG FULLY-INVOLVED WITH A FIREFIGHTER DOWN. CO'S USING IN-LINE PUMPER OPS. IL10 * NYT18 [1STR]. 5:43a.m.
U/D CITY OF NEWBURGH (ORANGE CTY) *2ND ALARM* CHAMBER ST. & 1ST ST. A WORKING FIRE IN A COMM.L DWG. M/A VAILS GATE WITH THE FAST TEAM & NEW WINDSOR WITH 1 ENGINE TO THE SCENE & CORNWALL & MIDDLE HOPE STANDING BY FOR COVER. MNS-108/154 06:41* 5:44a.m.
Orville Fire Dept (Wayne Cnty) Ohio * 2nd Alarm on Fire Box 6-3 @ 4360 Dalton Fox Lake Rd / House Fire. 2nd Alm for tankers (FPO/D700). 6:05a.m.
CHICAGO, IL (COOK) **2ND ALARM** 6013 N. CICERO AVE 272 REPORTS 4 MASTER STREAMS & 3 HLS WORKING FIRE U/C EXTENDED OVERHAUL DUE TO COLLAPSE OF ROOF AND INSTABILITY OF BUILDING COMPANIES STARTING TO PICKUP NYT18 * IL10 [1STR]. 7:13a.m.
CHICAGO IL: (COOK) 2-11: 6013 N CICERO A 1 STORY STRIP MALL 50X100 3 STORES BURNING PARTIAL ROOF COLLAPSE A TOWER , SNORKLE AND SEVERAL MASTER STREAMS WORKING [CHGO2/203*/210*]. 7:15a.m.
PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **FATAL ALL HANDS** 5943 WISTER STREET. BULK OF THE FIRE K/D AND PLACED U/C. MED-29 TRANSPORTED 1 VICTIM TO EINSTEIN (TRAUMA-CODE). POSSIBLE MULTI-FATAL FIRE. PA415 [1STR]. 8:40a.m.
U/D PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **FATAL ALL HANDS** 5943 WISTER STREET. CONFIRMED (2) FATAL IN THIS HOUSE FIRE. 3RD VICTIM A 10 MONTH OLD CHILD LISTED AS VERY CRITICAL AND BEING TRANSPORTED TO CHOP TRAUMA. PA415 [1STR]. 9:02a.m.
U/D PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHILADELPHIA) **FATAL ALL HANDS** 5943 WISTER STREET. (MULTI-FATAL FIRE) CONFIRMED (2) FATAL, 3RD VICTIM 6 MONTH OLD BEING TRANSPORTED TO CHOP WITH 2ND/3RD DEGREE BURNS (CRITICAL). PA415 [1STR]. 10:14a.m.
SAN JOSE, CA *2ND ALARM* N. WINCHESTER x STEVENS. FIRE IN THE SANTANA ROW COMMERCIAL COMPLEX. FNNM-LWW,400. 11:27a.m.
NAVARRE, FL (SANTA ROSA) **AIRCRAFT INCIDENT** HIGHWAY 98 @ EDGEWOOD DRIVE - SINGLE ENGINE AIRCRAFT DOWN ON HWY.PLANE COLLIDED WITH A MOTOR VEHICLE.NO INJURIES REPORTED. FL222 * NY01 [1STR]. 11:49a.m.
COLLETON CO FIRE/RESCUE (COLLETON SC) *2ND ALARM O/A* 144 SANDY LANDING RD X-ST 16500 HWY 61. E501 ARRIVED TO FIND A 2-STY DWELLING F/I. URGENT REQUEST FOR MANPOWER AND TANKERS. E501 E1701 E1101 K502 K905 K1904 K2602 M27 S1 U25-GREENE-IC. DWH. [CFP*841*893]. 12:12p.m.
PERRY TWP, OH (LAKE): 2ND ALM 2600 NORWAY DR. F/I HOUSE FIRE. 1 CIV RESCUED. FPO/249/D703 (C). 12:15p.m.
PERRY TWP, OH (LAKE): 3RD ALM 2600 NORWAY DR. 75% OF LAKE COUNTY FDS ON SCENE, 1 LEVEL 1 BURN VICTIM REMOVED TO ER. FIRE NOW U/C. FPO/249/D703 (C). 12:52p.m.
TOLEDO, OH (LUCAS) **3RD ALARM** 4758 ANGLOA RD. TOLEDO OH. FIRE & HAZ-MAT SVCS O/S OF WAREHOUSE FIRE. UNK SIZEUP. CMD STRIKING 3RD ALARM ATT. ALL CO'S OPERATING. DWH OH10 * NJ841 [1STR]. 1:25p.m.
U/D TOLEDO, OH (LUCAS) **4TH ALARM** 4758 ANGLOA RD. CMD RPTS FIRE NOW THROUGH ROOF OF WAREHOUSE. S/C LADDER. DEFENSIVE OPS ATT. DWH. INJ FF TRANSPORTED EARLIER, CONDITION UNK OH10 * NJ841 [1STR]. 2:08p.m.
MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 918-130 E.57TH ST & LEXINGTON AVE BATT 11 REQ 2ND ALARM FOR FIRE ON ROOF OF A 17 STY HOTEL 90 X 100 A.H.W 2 LSO NY695 * CT20 [1STR]. 2:30p.m.
U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 918-130 E.57TH ST & LEXINGTON AVE BATT 11 REPTG MAIN BODY OF K/D W/HEAVY SMOKE CONDITION DWH NY695 * CT20 [1STR]. 2:40p.m.
U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** BOX 918-130 E.57TH ST & LEXINGTON AVE BATT 11 REPTG FIRE IN A APT & IN HALLWAY.SEARCHES NEG. 1 VIC RESCUED & D.O.A FIRE U/C. PWH NY695 * CT20 [1STR]. 2:58p.m.
U/D MANHATTAN, NY *66-22-918* 130 E 57 ST / PARK-LEXINGTON AVES. CAR 15 RPTS VISABLE OF FIRE K/D. ALL SEARCHES ARE NEGATIVE. FIRE PLACED U/C *MNS021. 3:01p.m.
U/D ATLAS, PA (NORTHUMBERLAND) **3RD ALARM EQUIV.** BOX 2701 409 GIRARD STREET. CMD O/S OF A MOR DWG WITH HEAVY FIRE. CMD REQUESTED 2ND AND 3RD ALARM AT THE SAME TIME. DWH. PA21 * PA1306 [1STR]. 3:10p.m.
LEVEL, MD (HARFORD) **PLANE CRASH** 3538 ALDINO ROAD ALDINO AIR PARK, CMD REPORTS SINGLE ENGINE BI-PLANE DOWN WITH 46 Y/M WITH BACK INJURIES, NO ENTRAPMENT. MD2657 [1STR]. 4:23p.m.
FRANKLIN LAKES, NJ (BERGEN) **2ND ALARM** 750 ONIEDA TRAIL WORKING FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. COMPANIES LINING IN AND M/A TO WORK AND THE FIRE IS DWH. NJ297 [1STR]. 6:56p.m.
FINAL U/D FRANKLIN LAKES, NJ (BERGEN) **2ND ALARM** 750 ONIEDA TRAIL FIRE HAS BEEN K/D AND PWH WITH 1 LINE. M/A FOR COVER ONLY. NJ297 [1STR]. 7:15p.m.
BERGENFIELD, NJ (BERGEN) **2ND ALARM** 6 FORD CT. OFF S. 1ST ST. 2ND FLOOR FIRE IN A 2.5 STORY FRAME PRIVATE DWELLING. FIRE HAS BEEN PLACED UNDER CONTROL. M/A RELEASED. NJ465 O/S. NJ511 * NJ465 [1STR]. 11:56p.m.
BEACH PARK, IL (LAKE) **2ND ALARM** CHARLESTON RD. @ EVERETT RD. CMD OS W/ A F/I SFD REQUESTING BOX 12-2 TO THE 2ND LEVEL. STAGING @ THE SCENE. SEVERAL MA COMPANIES ENROUTE AND OS. IL06 [1STR]. 12:38p.m.
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06:44 . ORRVILLE FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 6 (WAYNE)): WSF. 4365 DALTON FOX LAKE RD. OCCUPIED RESIDENTIAL FIRE. . OFN826 (C)
06:50 . ORRVILLE FIRE. (OFN DISTRICT 6 (WAYNE)): 2ND ALARM. 4365 DALTON FOX LAKE. FIRE BOX 6-3 MARSHALLVILLE, DALTON TANKERS MUTUAL AID. . OFN826 (C)
19:10 . YOUNGSTOWN FD. (OFN DISTRICT 4 (MAHONING)): WSF. 631 JACOBS. E12,6,7,SQ33,LD22,B1,B2: E12 O/S/W WORKING FIRE ON 2ND FLOOR. 154.370. OFN485 (C)
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New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
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MNS PAGE'S FOR F. D. N. Y.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2006
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-161 aof 79 KINGSLANS AVE X HERBERT ST, FIRE IN A 2 STY PD FIRE ON 2ND FLR, 1 L/S/O, L-108 FAST TK. BN-35 I/C Mns154
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1299 aof 1544 MADISON AVE X E. 104 ST, FIRE ON 1ST FLR OF A 5 STY 40 X 50, TL-14 FAST TK, EXT ENG & TRK S/C DUE TO BARS ON WINDOWS. [ E-53 & TL-13 ] BN-12 I/C Mns154
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-1299 aof 1544 MADISON AVE X E.104 ST, FIRE ON 1ST FLR OF A 5 STY 40 X 50, FIRE EXT TO 2ND FLR POSS TO 3RD FLR, BN-11 SAFETY / BN-16 COMM CORD. Mns154/106*
QUEENS: W/F 10-75 BOX 7817 aof 39-06 32 ST X ROOSAVELT AVE, FIRE IN A MD, L-136 FAST TK. Mns154
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-1299 @ 1544 MADISON AVE nr E 104 ST. 5 STY BRK 40 X 50. FIRE FLRS 1 & 2 W/POSS EXT'N TO THE 3RD FLR. DIV-3 RPTS; 4-LINES RUN. SECONDARY SCHS IN PROGRESS. 2 ADDT'L TRKS S/C [ L-30 / L-40 ] - D-W-H * MNS-154/106
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7817 aof 39-06 62 ST X ROOSAVELT AVE, FIRE IN A 3 STY 40 X 60 OMD, 1 L/S/O. Mns154
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-1299 @ 1544 MADISON AVE nr E 104 ST. 5 STY BRK 40 X 50 MIXED OCCUPANCY. FIRE 1ST FLR PIZZERIA. CAR-10 DAC ESPOSITO RPTS; FIRE EXTENDED TO FLRS 2, 3 & 4. ALL PRI/SCHS NOW NEGATIVE. EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL IN PROGRESS. P-W-H * MNS-154/106
MANHATTAN: W/F 10-75 BOX 807, 307 E 44 ST X 2ND AVE, FIRE IN THE 'B' STAIRWELL, L-24 FAST TK. Mns154
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-807 307 E 44 ST X 2ND AVE, FIRE IN THE 'B' STAIRWELL ON 9TH FLR OF AN OMD, HEAVY SMOKE UPPER FLRs, 10-77 ASSIG.. Mns154
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1213 AOF 206 W 92 ST / BROADWAY - AMSTERDAM AVE.
TL-13 FAST TK *MNS021
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1213 AOF 206 W 92 ST / BROADWAY-AMSTERDAM AVE. BN-11 RPTS; FIRE ON THE 4TH FLR OF AN 8 STRY OMD 50 X 100. A/H PWH *MNS021
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5039 AOF 173-16 103 RD / 173-177 STS. FIRE IN A PRVT DWELLING. ADDTL TRUCK FOR WINDOW BARS. [ L-126 ] L-165 FAST TK, BN-50 I/C *MNS021
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5039 AOF 173-16 103 RD / 173-177 STS .BN-50 RPTS; FIRE IN BSMT OF A 2 STRY P/D 20 X 40. MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D / A/H / PWH. *MNS021
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2392 AOF 941 JEROME AVE / E 162 ST. FIRE ON 4TH FLR OF A 7 STY BK 150 X 150 OMD. TL-44 FAST TK, BN-17 I/C DWH
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2392 AOF 941 JEROME AVE / E 162 ST. FIRE ON 5TH FLR OF A 7 STRY OMD 150 X 150. 1 L/S. A/H. DWH
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-918 AOF 130 E 57 ST / PARK-LEXINGTON AVES. FIRE RPTD TO BE ON 16TH FLR. TL-35 FAST TK, 4 / 3 / RES & SQD ON BOX NUM'S CALLS *MNS021
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-918 AOF 130 E 57 ST / PARK-LEXINGTON AVES. BN-8 HAS A FIRE TOP FLR OF 17 STRY HOTEL. A/H XTRA ENG & TK [E-65 & TL-7 ] *MNS021
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-918 AOF 130 E 57 ST / PARK-LEXINGTON AVES. BN-8 TRANSMITTING 2ND ALARM. FIRE TOP FLR OF 17 STRY HOTEL 90 X 100 *MNS021
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-918 AOF 130 E 57 ST / PARK-LEXINGTON AVES. DIV 3 USING 2ND ALARM FOR 2 SEPERATE FIRES ON THE 16 FLR OF A 17 STRY HOTEL 90 X 100 *MNS021
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1637 AOF 152 TAPSCOTT ST / BLAKE AVE. DIV-15 USING A/H FOR MULTIPLE VEHICLES ON FIRE NEXT TO A BLDG. NO EXTENTION. SEARCHES ARE NEG. *MNS021
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-918 AOF 130 E 57 ST / PARK-LEXINGTON AVES. CAR 15 RPTS VISABLE OF FIRE K/D. ALL SEARCHES ARE NEGATIVE. FIRE PLACED U/C *MNS021
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7132 AOF 45-66 DAVIS ST / JACKSON AVE. NEAR THE SUNNYSIDE YARD. FIRE IN A WAREHOUSE *MNS021
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7132 AOF 45-66 DAVIS ST / JACKSON AVE. BN-45 RETURNING SPCL UNITS. JUST A VAN FIRE, NO EXTENTION TO THE STRUCTURE. *MNS021
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3896 AOF 4315 MATILDA AVE / E 236-237 STS. FIRE IN A PRVT DWELLING. *MNS021
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3896 AOF 4315 MATILDA AVE / E 236-237 STS. BN-15 RETURNING SPCL UNITS, JUST CLOTHES IN BEDROOM ON FIRE. USING 2 X 2. *MNS021
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-4038 @ SENECA AVE & GEORGE ST. KITCHEN FIRE IN A PVT DWLG * MNS-106
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2586 AOF 1231 SHERIDAN AVE X 171 ST FIRE 5TH FL OF A OMD [MNS-30]
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2586 AOF 1231 SHERIDAN AVE X 168 ST FIRE 5TH FL OF A 5 STY 75 X 150 OMD, FIRE IS [P/W/H] DIV-6 [MNS-30]
BROOKLYN: [HAZ MAT] BOX 1720 375 WILLIAMS AVE X DUMONT AVE, HI CO IN BLDG WITH AIDED SICK. NFI [MNS-30]
BROOKLYN: [W/F 10-75] BOX 2442 CLARITON RD X FLATBUSH AVE STORE FIRE, L-147 FAST TK, BN-41 I/C [MNS-30]
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2442 CLARITON RD X FLATBUSH AVE 3 STY 20 X 40 MIXED OCC FIRE BSMT & 1ST FL DELI, BN-41 I/C [MNS-30]
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2442 AOF 2191 CLARITON AVE X FLATBUSH AVE 3 STY 20 X 40 MIXED OCC FIRE BSMT OF 1ST FL DELI, PRI SCH NEG, 2 LINES RUN, ALL FIRE K/D [P/W/H] DIV-15 [MNS-30]
MANHATTAN: BOX 969 AOF 15 W 64 ST X CENTRAL PK WEST, USING 2 ENG'S & 2 TK'S OUTSIDE FIRE 5 STY BRK 25 X 75 BN-8 I/C [MNS-30]
MANHATTAN: BOX 1360 AOF 760 LENOX AVE X 113 ST USING 2 ENG'S & 2 TK'S FOR A COMPACTOR FIRE IN BSMT OF AN OMD, NO SIZE UP, BN-12 I/C [MNS-30]
OTHER INCIDENTS AROUND N. Y.
DIX HILLS, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) - MVA WITH PIN - #722 DEER PARK AVE C/S STRAIGHT PATH - PD O/S RQT'G THE TOOL - FD, ESU ENRTE MNS270
NEWBURGH, N.Y. (ORANGE CO) *WORKING FIRE* CHAMBERS ST X 1ST ST, WORKING STRUCTURE FIRE, REQ M/A FAST TEAM, EMS ALSO ENRT. Mns154
CITY OF NEWBURGH, N.Y. (ORANGE CTY) ** 2ND ALARM** CHAMBER ST. & 1ST ST. A WORKING FIRE IN A COMM.L DWG. M/A VAILS GATE WITH THE FAST TEAM & NEW WINDSOR WITH 1 ENGINE TO THE SCENE & CORNWALL & MIDDLE HOPE STANDING BY FOR COVER. MNS-108/154 06:41*
BLOOMFIELD, N. J. ( ESSEX CO ) *ALL-HANDS* SIGNAL 11 AOF 51 GILLESPIE RD X RIDGE AVE. FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING, ALL SCH'S ARE NEG, FIRE IS K/D.
BETHPAGE, N.Y. [NASSAU CO] W/F MEADE AVE X N. 1ST STREET A GARAGE FIRE NFI (C) [MNS-516IAP]
BETHPAGE, N.Y. [NASSAU CO] W/F 168 N. 1ST ST X MEADE AVE FIRE IN A ATT / GARAGE WITH EXT / TO 1ST FL OF A PD M/A IN (C) [MNS-516IAP]
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) W/F aof 85 FERN ST x MAYFLOWER AVE, OFF NORTH ST. FIRE IN A PRI DWG. EXTRA TK S/C. M/A MT. VERNON, TL 1 TO STA 1 FOR STANDBY [MNS342]
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Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.
Friday, January 20, 2006
(Central Time Zone)
STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO - STLFD ON THE SCENE OF AN AUTO ACCIDENT & FIRE AT 20th AND E. GRAND. BELIEVE THERE IS AT LEAST ONE FATALITY AS THE RESULT OF THE FIRE. PUMPER 20 BC801 FIU821 ON THE SCENE. [STL810]. 3:25a.m.
STLFN-ST.CHARLES COUNTY,MO(WENTZVILLE FIRE DIST) MVA 2063 HWY N xSCHAPER RD VECHILE ROLLOVER ARCH 4 FLYING TRANSPORTING PT TO ST JOHN MERCY MEDICAL CENTER STL/813. 5:55a.m.
STLFN: CAHOKIA, IL (ST.CLAIR CO) CAHOKIA FD ON SCENE OF A DUPLEX FIRE @ 129 BLUEWATER DR. SMK SHOWING FIRE IN THE BEDROOM 1 LINE OFF. CAMP JACKSON FD RESP. M/A. PRAIRIE DUPONT FD ON STAND-BY. (STL 835). 5:28p.m.
STLFN: CAHOKIA, IL (ST.CLAIR CO) U/D ON CAHOKIA FD DUPLEX FIRE @ 129 BLUEWATER DR. FIRE IS U/C WITH 2 LINES USED. (STL 835). 5:33p.m.
STLFN: MANCHESTER (ST.LOUIS Co.),MO: WEST COUNTY FIRE & EMS *1st ALARM* @ 712 WHITEWILLOW LN. HOUSE FIRE. S/C FOR ADD'L EQUIP. MOVE-UPS MADE [STL899]. 7:50p.m.
*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***
FRIDAY 20 JANUARY
Edmonton – cylinder fire
Firefighters were called to a blaze at a range of garages on Langhedge Lane, Edmonton in the early hours of this morning. A butane gas cylinder was confirmed to be involved and a 100 metre exclusion zone was put in place as a precaution because some gas cylinders can explode when exposed to heat. Around 30 people were evacuated by police from the adjacent block of flats and the railway line between Edmonton Green and White Hart Lane was closed for a time. Fire crews cooled the cylinder and removed it from the scene. The Brigade was called at 0015 and the fire was under control by 0152. Fire crews from Edmonton fire station attended the incident.
Peckham – flat blaze
Four fire engines and around twenty firefighters were called to a fire at a flat on Sultan Street in Peckham yesterday afternoon. The blaze damaged part of the five roomed flat on the fourth floor. Three adults and three children were rescued by fire crews wearing breathing apparatus from the adjacent flat via an internal staircase. All were taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service crews suffering from smoke inhalation. The Brigade was called at 1651 and the fire was under control by 1810. Firefighters from Old Kent Road, Southwark, Brixton and Peckham fire stations attended the scene.
Brooklyn, N. Y. 01/20/06 @ 00:15 hrs.
address: 79 Kingsland Ave.
between: Richardson St. & Frost St.
Eng. 229 was responding to an E. M. S. run to 89 Kingsland Ave. and found the fire. " Eng. 229 to Brooklyn, 10 - 75 the Box "
10 - 75 - 161 @ 00:11
Engs. 206, 238, 237
T. Lad. 146, Lad. 106
Ladder 108 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #2
Squad Co. #252
2 Story Frame 20 x 30 P / D
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is an Alley
Exp. #3: Is Unknown
Exp. #4: Is a 3 Story Frame M / D
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 161 @ 00:22
Batt. 35 reports: Box 161, Using All - Hands for a fire on the 2nd floor of a 2 story frame private dwelling. Truck's are "Opening Up" 1 - line is stretched and in operation. Fire is Doubtful.
Division 11: Box 161, We have E. M. S. at 89 Kingsland Ave taking care of the E. M. S. call. At this time, Primary searches have been completed thru out the Fire Bldg. and are negative. Fire is Probably Will Hold.
Division 11: Box 161, Secondary searches are still in progress. By order's of Deputy Chief Marrone, Put this Fire UnderControl.
Division 11: Box 161, All secondary searches thru out the bldg. are complete and negative. Division 11 will be 10 - 8.
Manhattan, N. Y. 01/20/06 @ 00:15 hrs.
Spanish Harlem Section
address: 1544 Madison Ave.
between: East 104th. St. & East 105th. St.
1299 @ 00:14
Engs. 58, 91, 35, 22*
Lads. 43, 26
Rescue Co. #1*
Squad Co. #41
* 4 Engs. / 2 Tks. / Rescue & Sqd. due to numerous calls.
10 - 75 - 1299 @ 00:18
TowerLadder 14 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
5 Story Brick 40 x 50 Comm. / M / D
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Vacant Lot
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1299 @ 00:22
Batt. 12 reports: Box 1299, All - Hands on arrival. Extra Engine & Truck. Fire's on the 1st. floor in a commercial store with an occupied multiple dwelling above. Fire is Doubtful.
Engine 53 & TowerLadder 13 are s/c
Division 3: Box 1299, Main body of fire has been knocked down. Primary searches of the fire floor is negative. Primary search is continuing on the upper floors. Still Doubtful.
" Division 3 to Manhattan, Transmit a 2nd Alarm. We have fire extension to the upper floors. "
2 - 2 - 1299 @ 00:37
Engs. 76, 47, 37
Eng. 9 w / Satellite 1
Batt. 11 "Safety Cord."
Batt. 16 "Comm. Cord."
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 / Tac. Support Unit #1
Car 10 "adam" Deputy Assist. Chief Esposito
Division 3: Box 1299, We have 4 - lines stretched and in operation. Secondary searches are still in - progress. Still Doubtful. Special Call ( 2 ) additional Truck's
@ 00:52 Ladder 30 & Ladder 40 are s/c
Division 3: Box 1299, All visible fire has been knocked down. All primary searches are complete and negative. Probably Will Hold.
Car 10 "adam" reports: 2nd Alarm, Box 1299, Fire in the 1st. floor restaurant that extended down into the basement, and extended up thru the 2nd; 3rd; & 4th. floors. All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary searches are complete and negative thru out. Secondary searches are still in - progress. Truck Co's have extensive overhauling to do. 4 - lines stretched and in operation. By order's of Deputy Assist. Chief James Esposito, Bronx Borough Commander / City Wide Tour Commander, Probably Will Hold.
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the Manhattan 2nd Alarm, Box 1299, Car 10 "adam" Deputy Assist. Chief Esposito reports: Fire originated on the 1st. floor and extended to the basement, 2nd; 3rd; & 4th. floors. All secondary searches have been complete thru out and are negative. He place's this Fire UnderControl.
Manhattan, N. Y. 01/20/06 @ 15:15 hrs.
Midtown East Side
address: 130 East 57th. Street
between: Park Ave. & Lexington Ave.
918 @ 15:10
Engs. 8, 39, 23, 21*
Lads. 2, 16, 4*
Rescue Co. #1*
Squad Co. #18*
* 4 Engs. / 3 Tks. / Rescue & Sqd. due to numerous calls, and reports of persons trapped on the roof.
10 - 75 - 918 @ 15:14
TowerLadder 35 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
17 Story Class 1 90 x 100
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 918 @ 15:18
Batt. 8 reports: Box 918, All - Hands ! Fire's up on the top floor. There is no power in the bldg, Co's have to walk up. Special Call an additional Engine & Truck.
@ 15:18 Engine 65 & TowerLadder 7 s/c
@ 15:20 Battalion 8 to Manhattan, Transmit a 2nd. Alarm !
2 - 2 - 918 @ 15:20
Engs. 44, 54, 26
Eng. 9 w / Satellite 1
Batt. 10 "Safety Cord."
Batt. 7 "Comm. Cord."
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 / Tac Support Unit #1
Car 15: Assist. Chief Galvin
Division 3 reports: We have 2 - lines now stretched. Co's are making there way to the fire at this time.
Division 3: Box 918, We had ( 2 ) separate fire's on the 16th. floor. The 1st. fire was in the hallway, the 2nd. fire was in Apt. 1609. Fire is being knocked down. We have a heavy smoke condition. Searches are still in - progress. We removed ( 1 ) civilian at this time. Fire is Still Doubtful.
Car 15: Assist. Chief Galvin reports: Primary searches on the fire floor and the floor above are negative. We're still checking the elevators for anyone stuck. We civilian that was trapped on the roof is accounted for. Fire is Probably Will Hold.
Fieldcom 1: Progress Report for the 2nd. Alarm, Box 918, Car 15, Assist. Chief Galvin reports: We had ( 2 ) separate fire's on the 16th. floor of a 17 Story Class 1 Hotel. All visible fire has been extinguished. Primary & Secondary searches have been completed and are negative. He place's this Fire UnderControl.
Bronx, N, Y. 01/20/06 @ 18:30 hrs.
address: 1231 Sheridan Ave.
between: East 167th. St. & East 168th. St.
2586 @ 18:19
Engs. 92, 50, 68
T. Lad. 44, Lad. 19
10 - 75 - 2586 @ 18:24
Ladder 49 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Rescue Co. #3
Squad Co. #41
5 Story Brick 75 x 150 O. M. D.
All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 2586 @ 16:32
Batt. 17 reports: 2586, Using All - Hands for a fire in a 5th. floor apartment of a 5 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Primary search is underway. Fire is Doubtful.
Division 6: Box 2586, All visible fire has been knocked down. Truck Co's are "Opening Up" and checking for extensions. Primary search in the Fire Apt. is negative. Probably Will Hold.
Division 6: Box 2586, Secondary searches are complete and negative on the top floor. Fire is UnderControl.
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Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006
Milwaukee House Fire
1833 West Arthur Working fire 2nd floor and attic of 2 1/2 story occupied.
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006
Structure Fire - T/Brookfield 17:35
Working Fire in Hampton Inn Hotel (Barker Road), NFI | M/A. C/Brookfield & Elm Grove
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006
Update: Structure Fire - T/Brookfield 17:35
Problem located - Water Heater - Under Control - All incoming units can hold. No Further Updates.
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0140hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4949 VILLAGE FAIR - DALLAS, TX
0208hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GLENMONT DR - HOUSTON, TX
0240hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4144 OFFICE - DALLAS, TX
0630hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4114 MEDICAL DR APT: 13302 - SAN ANTONIO, TX
0637hrs - FIRE - 1850 SW 122ND AVE - MIAMI, FL
0646hrs - FIRE EMERGENCY - 72ND - SHREVEPORT, LA
0708hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - RANCHESTER DR - HOUSTON, TX
0819hrs - BUILDING FIRE - LOCKWOOD DR - HOUSTON, TX
0826hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 2300 NW 104TH ST - MIAMI, FL
0910hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 506 TRES CAMINOS - SAN ANTONIO, TX
1032hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 470 DEARBORN ST - SARASOTA, FL
1046hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - SW 40TH ST&SW 89TH CT - MIAMI, FL
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1259hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - N QUEEN ST & W ROSS ST - LANCASTER, PA
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1318hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - LOUISIANA ST - HOUSTON, TX
1319hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - GRANTLEY DR - HOUSTON, TX
1348hrs - BUILDING FIRE - JEFFERSON ST - HOUSTON, TX
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1458hrs - BUILDING FIRE - KIRBY DR - HOUSTON, TX
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1530hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2100 N STEMMONS - DALLAS, TX
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2015hrs - BUILDING FIRE - HARWIN DR - HOUSTON, TX
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2202hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - DUMFRIES DR - HOUSTON, TX
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2227hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MESA DR - HOUSTON, TX
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2323hrs - FIRE - BUTLER - SHREVEPORT, LA
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2350hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 35TH AV SW / SW AVALON WAY - SEATTLE, WA
2353hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - ALGONQUIN DR - HOUSTON, TX
*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*
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On January 20th:
1798 - Concord - NH - North end of Main Street - George's Hattery Shop damaged by fire, saved by bucket brigade
1901 - Lewiston - ME - Pine Street Methodist Church badly damaged by fire
1901 - Needham - MA - Waverly Street - 2nd Alarm - Hotel Hunnewell, largest hotel in city, partially destroyed by fire
1923 - Concord - NH - Hoyt Electric Company - Fire *NTmf*
1923 - Lawrence - MA - Fatal fire, eight die - address? - 5 story brick tenement wholly involved - Coal gas explosion with fire - Passing patrolman and physician credited with saving more lives with heroic rescue work *NTmfpc*
1961 - Boston - MA - 2nd Alarm - Washington Street - Basin Street South Cafe wrecked by fire - 1 firefighter killed, 3 injured
1961 - Boston - MA - Basin St. South Cafe, 1844 Washington St. 2 Alarms on Box 211. FF Arnold Reis (Engine 3) LODD. *Olson*
1961 - Nashua - NH - address? - Recently constructed unoccupied home burns to ground undetected during blizzard - Utility lineman reports the smoldering remains the following day
1962 - Boston - MA - 3rd Alarm - 408~414 Market Street - 4 Story brick apartments over stores - 1 civilian killed
1984 - Boston - MA - 6th Alarm - Fire on asphalt-covered piers and railroad bridge on the Charles River, burning within six feet of the Spaulding Rehab Hospital, 26,000 rail commuters that traveled this route daily would have to take shuttle buses for several months
1994 - Concord - NH - 4th Alarm, 190 North Main Street, 2.5 Story Wood Frame Funeral Home - Heavy fire floor 2 and 3 *Muws*
1999 - Salem - MA - 2nd Alarm - Box 514 - 5 Hazel St - House fire - Heavy smoke
2001 - Clarksville - NH - Snowmobile Accident - Deadwater Trail - Speeding snowmobiler vs Fish and Game enforcement officer - Both drivers ejected - F&G Officer with non life threatening injuries to both legs
1946 - Newport - RI - U.S. Navy Training Centre, 500 man barracks building destroyed, 4 dead *DB*
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1909 - Chicago - IL - "Appalling and Disastrous Fire" - Dunne Street at 68th Street - Water Crib Fire - Water crib, next to tunnels under construction, sheltered employees while working during the winter months - 60 workers die and several others were forced to jump into the lake to try to save themselves - Fire occurred during morning shift change, therefore many more workers were on site than normally would be
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