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Sunday, January 22, 2006

(Central Time Zone)

2ND ALARM WEST LEBANON NH (CORRECTED TOWN), 60 SOUTH MAIN ST. FIRE IN A LARGE APARTMENT BUILDING. M/A TO WORK AND COVER. *154.13/151.235* C773/C991 [TAC9-C03]. 12:05a.m.

U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **5TH ALARM** BOX: 342 - 573 BROADWAY CMD RPTS FIRE IS PWH. FIRE STILL ON FLRS 1-5 K/D. SRCHS IN PRGRSS. TRKS STILL OPENING UP. DURATION 3 HRS 1 MIN. 6 RPTD INJS NOW. NY946 [1STR]. 12:08a.m.

FINAL: MANHATTAN 55-342 **5th ALARM** aof 569-575 BROADWAY x W. HOUSTON/MERCER STS. 6BK COMM.100x200. CAR 4, CHOPS CASSANO REPTS FIRE IS PWH. EMS TREATING 8 FF'S, ALL GREEN or YELLOW TAG. EXTENSIVE HEAVY OVERHAULING [MNS342]. 12:20a.m.

BROOKLYN, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY) BROOKLYN FD HAS A *2nd ALARM* ABANDONED BUILDING FIRE @ ROUTE 3 AND MADISON AVE. SEVERAL LINES WORKING 1 AERIAL RAISED. M/A FROM SURROUNDING DEPTS. (STL 835) [STLFN]. 12:26a.m.

2ND ALARM PEABODY MA: RT 1 SOUTH AT THE 'AMAZING VIDEO' STORE. A 1 STORY COMMERCIAL WELL INVOLVED. *484.6625* C251 [TAC9-C975]. 3:17a.m.

U/D 2ND ALARM PEABDOY MA: RT 1 SOUTH 'AMAZING VIDEO'. FIRE IN A 75X50 1 STORY. FULLY INVOLVED WITH LADDER PIPES IN OPERATION. SPECIAL CALL 2 EXTRA M/A ENGINES TO THE FIRE. *484.6625* C251/TIP [TAC9-C975]. 3:43a.m.

3RD ALARM PEABODY MA: RT 1 SOUTH 'AMAZING VIDEO'. A FULLY INVOLVED 1 STORY 75X50 BUILDING WITH LADDER PIPES IN OPERATION. M/A TO WORK AND COVER. *484.6625* C251/TIP [TAC9-C975]. 4:06a.m.

ROSELLE, NJ (UNION) **2ND ALARM** 147 EAST 8TH AVE - CMD REPORTING FIRE IN BASEMENT, 1ST & 2ND FLOORS OF 2 STORY RESIDENTAL - M/A ENROUTE FOR WORK AND COVER - NJ3690 [1STR]. 5:28a.m.

U/D ROSELLE, NJ (UNION) **2ND ALARM** 147 EAST 8TH AVE - CMD REPORTING FIRE NOW IN THE ATTIC - URGENT REQUEST FOR M/A ENGINE TO THE SCENE - ALSO REQUESTING PSE&G RESPOND TO SHUT POWER TO STRUCTURE - NJ3690 [1STR]. 5:35a.m.

U/D ROSELLE, NJ (UNION) **2ND ALARM** 147 EAST 8TH AVE - CMD REPORTING ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D - FIRE TRAVELED THE WALLS THRU ROOF - SEVERAL LINES WORKING - WILL BE EXTENDED OPERATION FOR OVERHAUL - NJ88 * NJ3690 [1STR]. 6:01a.m.

0627 hours: ROSELLE NJ (UNION) *2ND ALARM* 147 EAST 8TH AVE: CMD IS O/S WITH A FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING, M/A REQ'ED TO THE SCENE & FOR COVER. FIRE IS IN THE BASEMENT WITH EXTENSION TO THE 1ST & 2ND FLOORS. EAN12 EAN789 [EAN]. 6:38a.m.

FINAL U/D ROSELLE, NJ (UNION) **2ND ALARM** 147 EAST 8TH AVE - FIRE NOW U/C - M/A COMPANIES BEING RELEASED - EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL IN PROGRESS - NJ3690 [1STR]. 6:47a.m.

MAPLEWOOD, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** ON LINDSLEY AVE OFF OF IRVINGTON AVE. 2 LINES WORKING. FIRE IN THE 2ND FL WALLS OF A DWELLING. M/A FOR WORK AND COVER. NJ88 * NJ301 [1STR]. 9:09a.m.

MAPLEWOOD NJ (ESSEX) *2ND ALARM* 16 LINDLSEY AVE. FIRE IN THE WALLS OF A PVT DWELLING DWH MUTUAL AID TO WORK & COVER EAN388 [EAN]. 9:14a.m.

FINAL U/D MAPLEWOOD, NJ (ESSEX) **2ND ALARM** ON LINDSLEY AVE OFF OF IRVINGTON AVE. ALL VISIBLE FIRE K/D. FIRE PLACED U/C. NJ88 * NJ301 [1STR]. 9:40a.m.

2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL BEVERLY MA APPROX 20 FOLLY POND RD REPORT OF PERSON TRAPPED ON FLOOR 3 M/A 3 ENGINES TO THE SCENE *482.4375* [TAC9-C135]. 10:17a.m.

3RD ALARM BEVERLY MA 40 FOLLY POND A DWELLING WITH FIRE ON FLOOR 1 EXTENDING UP POSSIBLE OCCUPANT TRAPPED REQUEST FOR (4) ADDITIONAL ENGINES TO THE FIRE *482.4375* (C33) [TAC9-C135]. 10:17a.m.

4TH ALARM BEVERLY MA 30 FOLLY POND 3-STORY GARDEN STYLE APARTMENT COMPLEX (CORRECTED SIZE UP) HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS DWH EXTENSIVE M/A REQUESTED *482.4375* (C33/343) [TAC9-C135]. 10:36a.m.

U/D 4TH ALARM BEVERLY MA 30 FOLLY POND RD 2-STORY 300X50 GARDEN STYLE APARTMENT COMPLEX FIRE IN THE MIDDLE ON FLOORS 1-2 AND THROUGH THE ROOF STILL FIRE IN THE COCKLOFT ACW PWH *482.4375* (C33/343/C88) [TAC9-C135]. 11:28a.m.

GLENVILLE, NY (SCHENECTADY) **2ND ALARM** 2 TRION AVE - HVY FIRE IN A 6 STY 400X400 APT COMP. CMD REQ NUMEROUS M/A. 2 L/S/O. TRKS OPEN. UP. SRCHS DELAYED DUE TO HVY FIRE. FIRE IS VERY DWH. NY933 * NY946 [1STR]. 11:56a.m.

U/D GLENVILLE, NY (SCHENECTADY) **2ND ALARM** 2 TRION AVE - HVY FIRE IN A 4 STY 600X600 APT COMP. 5 L/S/O. TRKS OPENING UP. SRCHS IN PRGRSS. NUMEROUS M/A O/S. FIRE IS STILL DWH. NY933 * NY946 [1STR]. 12:14p.m.

KEYPORT NJ: 2ND ALM 500 BROAD ST APT FIRE 5TH FL OF A HI RISE OMD EMS TREATING NUMEROUS VICTIMS: M/A TO WORK EAN10 [EAN]. 12:15p.m.

U/D KEYPORT, NJ (MONMOUTH) **2ND ALARM EQUIV.** 500 BROAD STREET FIRE IN THE KITCHEN OF A 9 STY SENIOR CITIZENS COMPLEX. SMOKE ON ALL FLOORS. EMS TREATING AT LEAST 4 VICTIMS FOR SMOKE. NJ301 * NJ6327 [1STR]. 12:33p.m.

U/D KEYPORT, NJ (MONMOUTH) **3RD ALARM EQUIV.** 500 BROAD ST @ BETHANY MANOR MUTLI FD/EMS ON LOC W/ EXT. OVERHAUL IN PROGRESS, AT 9STY SENIOR BLD, CMD = FIRE IS U/C BUT M/A CO'S ENROUTE FOR SALVAGE NJ301 * NJ465 * NJ382 [1STR]. 12:51p.m.

LINCOLN PARK, NJ (MORRIS) **PLANE CRASH** LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT - JACKSONVILLE RD. LPFD O/S OF A SMALL PLANE CRASH IN THE WOODS. NJ109 [1STR]. 2:50p.m.

U/D LINCOLN PARK, NJ (MORRIS) **PLANE CRASH** LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT - JACKSONVILLE RD. PLANE IS FULLY INVOLVED IN FIRE. ALL OCCUPANTS ARE OUT OF THE PLANE AND ACCOUNTED FOR. NJ109 [1STR]. 2:53p.m.

NJ MORRIS LINCOLN PARK *PLANE CRASH* LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT ALS AND BLS REQUESTED ALONG WITH FD FOR A PLANE CRASH. PLANE IS REPORTED TO BE FULLY ENGULFED. ALL OCCUPANTS ARE OUT OF THE AIRCRAFT. NORTHSTAR MEDEVAC REQUESTED TO THE SCENE. L/Z AT THE AIRPORT. BNN73/3794 BNNDESK/987/113/137/305 [EAN]. 2:57p.m.

NJ MORRIS LINCOLN PARK *PLANE CRASH* LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT ALS AND BLS REQUESTED ALONG WITH FD FOR A PLANE CRASH. PLANE IS REPORTED TO BE FULLY ENGULFED. ALL OCCUPANTS ARE OUT OF THE AIRCRAFT. NORTHSTAR MEDEVAC REQUESTED TO THE SCENE. L/Z AT THE AIRPORT. EAN73/305/840 [EAN]. 3:01p.m.

U/D LINCOLN PARK, NJ (MORRIS) **PLANE CRASH** LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT - JACKSONVILLE RD. PLANE DOWN AT THE WEST END OF THE RUN WAY 10 FEET INTO THE WOODS UNK ON INJ FIRE HAS BEEN K/D *NJ109 IS O/S* NJ791 * NJ109 * NJ02 [1STR]. 3:12p.m.

U/D LINCOLN PARK, NJ (MORRIS) **PLANE CRASH** LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT - JACKSONVILLE RD. CMD NOW REPORTING 2 MINOR INJUIRES AND BEING EVALUATED BY EMS *NJ109 IS O/S* NJ109 * NJ791 * NJ02 [1STR]. 3:15p.m.

2ND ALARM; MNHTN NY: 22-286 + 10-60 MAJOR EMERGENCY AOI 87 RIVINGTON ST & LUDLOW ST. FOR A PARTIAL COLLAPSE OF A 4 STY 25/60 VAC COMML. MNS -88/154- 4:24:18 PM * 3:27p.m.

MNHTN NY: *10-60/MAJOR EMERGENCY* 87 RIVINGTON ST & LUDLOW ST. PARTIAL COLLAPSE OF A 4 STY 25/60 VAC COMML. FD/ESU O/S BLDG DEPT & OEM ALSO O/S. NYPD LEVEL 1 MOBILIZATION MNS -88/154- 4:21:35 PM * 3:27p.m.

NY> MANHATTAN> *COLLAPSE* *2ND ALARM* 66-0286> 87 RIVINGTON STREET NEAR ORCHARD> 10-60 (MAJOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE) HAS BEEN
TRANSMITTED. BATT 1 REPORTS HE HAS A SECONDARY COLLAPSE OF A 3STY 75X100 VACANT CHURCH/SYNOGAUGE. SWITCHING TO EXTERIOR OPERATION ONLY. LADDER 11 FAST. EAN301/465 [EAN]. 3:27p.m.

U/D NJ> MORRIS> LINCOLN PARK> *PLANE CRASH*> LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT> ALS AND BLS REQUESTED ALONG WITH FD FOR A PLANE CRASH. PLANE IS REPORTED TO BE FULLY ENGULFED. ALL OCCUPANTS ARE OUT OF THE AIRCRAFT AND TRANSPORTED BY GROUND UNITS TO HOSPITAL. 3 HAND LINES IN OP. CO'S MAKING GOOD PROGRESS. M/A TO WORK & COVER. EAN840/305 [EAN]. 3:30p.m.

FINAL U/D LINCOLN PARK, NJ (MORRIS) **PLANE CRASH** LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT - JACKSONVILLE RD. FD HAS LAID A PRECAUTIONARY BLANKET OF FOAM. FAA O/S INVESTIGATING. EXTENDED OPS. NJ109 [1STR]. 3:51p.m.

MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** 89 RIVINGTON ST - **2ND ALARM COLLAPSE** - CMD RPTS COLLAPSE OF HVY TRUSS ROOF IN A 3 STY 75X100 SYNOGOUGE. ALL SVCS ON SCENE. CON ED REQ FOR ADDTL UNITS. COLLAPSE TF O/S. NY112 * NY946 [1STR]. 3:51p.m.

U/D MNHTN NY: 22-286 *10-60/MAJOR EMERGENCY* AOI 87 RIVINGTON ST & LUDLOW ST. PARTIAL COLLAPSE OF A VAC 4 STY 25/60 SYNOUGYGE. EVAC EXP 2-3 & 4. AWAITING BLDG DEPT DETERMINATION. MNS -88/106/154- 5:02:52 PM * 4:05p.m.

FINAL U/D MANHATTAN, NY (NYC) **2ND ALARM** 89 RIVINGTON ST. - FD & OEM O/S EXTENDED OPS., NYC MTA BUSES O/S FOR SHELTER, ESU WITH 2 TOWER LIGHTS, APROX. 100 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN MISPLACED, SITUATION PLACED U/C NY258 * NY112 [1STR]. 4:47p.m.

NJ MONMOUTH MILLSTONE *2ND ALARM* 508 STAGECOACH ROAD 32-90 O/S REPORTING A WORKING BARN FIRE & REQUESTING A 2ND ALARM. BNN190/485 EAN789 [EAN]. 6:28p.m.

MILLSTONE, NJ (MONMOUTH) **3RD ALARM** 508 STAGE COACH RD UNITS ON SCENE OF A F.I. BARN. NOW HAS EXTENSION TO A 2STY DWELLING. NUM. M/A CO'S AND TANKERS TO SCENE FROM MONMOUTH COUNTY PA415 * NJ109 * NJ911 [1STR]. 6:32p.m.

U/D NJ MONMOUTH MILLSTONE *3RD ALARM* 508 STAGECOACH ROAD CMD RPT'ING FIRE IN A BARN THAT HAS EXTENDED INTO A DWELLING. ADD M/A TO SCENE. BNN501 O/S. BNN190/485/715/552 [EAN]. 6:32p.m.

U/D NJ MONMOUTH MILLSTONE *3RD ALARM* 508 STAGE COACH ROAD COMMAND REPORTS HE HAS A CHIMNEY FIRE WITH EXTENSION TO THE ROOF OF A LARGE 2.5 STY FARM TYPE DWELLING. 3RD ALARM ASSIGNMENT TO THE SCENE. BNN491/152/27/712/750. BNN501 ON SCENE BNNDESK/485/190/715/552 [EAN]. 6:37p.m.

SHIPPENSBURG PA (FRANKLIN CO) 2ND ALM EQUIV 8777 MOLLY PITCHER HWY (US RT 11) BARN WELL INV S/C TANKERS M/A CUMBERLAND AND ADAMS CO DC/PA1. 6:40p.m.

U/D MILLSTONE, NJ (MONMOUTH) **3RD ALARM** 508 STAGE COACH RD UNITS ON SCENE OF A F.I. BARN. FIRE EXTENDED TO A HOUSE AND FIELD. M/A FROM MONMOUTH AND MERCER COUNTY. SURROUND & DROWN OPS. NJ791 * NJ911 [1STR]. 6:47p.m.

ATLANTA, IL (LOGAN) **L.O.D.D.** ATLANTA FD. FF ROGER ARMSTRONG DIED YESTERDAY AM AFTER COMPLAINING OF GENERAL WEAKNESS AFTER OPERATING AT A FIRE. FF ARMSTRONG HAD A HEART CONDITION & LIKELY OVEREXERTED HIMSELF. NY1012 [1STR]. 8:46p.m.


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MNS PAGE'S FOR F. D. N. Y.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2006

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 03:51
MANHATTAN *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-10-77-854 aof 350 W.50 ST. NR 9 AVE. FIRE ON THE 10TH FLOOR OF A 75 X 75 30 STY OMD. L-2 FAST TK, ENG. 26 C.F.R., BN-8 SAFETY CORD, BN-9 I/C CWRNY MNS147/IAP

@ 05:30
STATEN ISLAND: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-543 aof 731 DALAFIELD AVE X CLOVE RD, FIRE IN A 2 STY 10 X 30 CMML BLDG, 2 L/S, 1 IN OPER, BN-22 I/C Mns154

@ 07:01
BROOKLYN: W/F 10-75 BOX 3088 aof 4211 AVE K & EAST 42ND ST, FIRE ON 5TH FLR OF A 7 STY 'H' TYPE OMD, L-156 FAST TK. Mns154/62

@ 07:06
BROOKLYN: W/F 10-75 BOX 3088 aof 4211 AVE K & EAST 42ND ST, FIRE ON 5TH FLR OF A 7 STY 'H' TYPE OMD, 1 10-45 NO CODE, L-156 FAST TK, BN-33 I/C DWH. Mns154/62

@ 07:08
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3088 aof 4211 AVE K & EAST 42ND ST, FIRE ON 4TH FLR OF A 7 STY 'H' TYPE OMD 100 X 100, 1 L/S/O, 10-45 NO CODE. Mns154/62

@ 07:18
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-3088 aof 4211 AVE K & EAST 42ND ST, FIRE ON 4TH FLR OF A 7 STY 'H' TYPE OMD 100 X 100, 1 L/S/O, 10-45 CODE 3, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D, P/W/H, S/C ADDL TRK. [ L-147 ] Mns154/62

@ 08:11
BROOKLYN: W/F 10-75 BOX 1946 aof 363 WORTMAN AVE X BARBEY ST, FIRE IN A 6 STY 75 X 60 FIRE ON TOP FLR, RPRTS OF PPL TRAPPED, L-175 FAST TK. BN-39 I/C Mns154/62

@ 08:18
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1946 aof 364 WORTMAN AVE X JEROME ST, FIRE IN A 6 STY 75 X 60 FIRE ON TOP FLR, FIRE K/D & U/C, N/S/U. Mns154/62

@ 09:42
STATEN-ISLAND: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-4845 @ LORETTO ST & BILLOP AVE. FIRE BSMT W/POSS EXT'N TO THE UPPER FLRS / 2 STY PVT DWLG. MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D. DWH. L-87 FAST TK EXTRA ENG & TK S/C [ E-162 & L-82 ] BN-23 I/C * MNS-106

@ 09:49
STATEN-ISLAND: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-4845 @ BILLOP AVE & LORETTO ST -TOTTENVILLE- 2 STY 25 X 50 PVT DWLG. FIRE IN THE BSMT. BATT-23 RPTS; PRI/SCH NEGATIVE. RETURN THE SQUAD & RESCUE. P-W-H * MNS-106

@ 10:20
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-914 AOF 862 10 AVE X W 56 ST, FIRE IN THE CEILING 1ST. FLR OF A 4 STY 25 X 75, COMM / DWELLING ABOVE. TL-21 FAST TK, EXTRA ENG & TK S/C [ E-26 & L-25 ] BN-9 I/C

@ 10:29
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5647 @ 116 AVE & 203 ST. FIRE IN A 2 STY WD/FRM PVT DWLG * MNS-106

@ 14:03
QUEENS: *WORKING-FIRE* (10-75) BOX 8783 @ 167-13 145 DR nr 167 ST. FIRE IN A PVT DWLG WITH WINDOW BARS. L-173 / FAST TK * MNS-106

@ 14:08
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-8783 @ 167-13 145 DR nr 167 ST. BATT-54 RPTS; FIRE IN A PVT DWLG WITH WINDOW BARS. 3 - LINES RUN. D-W-H * MNS-106

@ 14:17
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-8783 @ 167-13 145 DR nr 167 ST. 2 STY 20 X 50 WD/FRM DWLG. FIRE 1ST FLR. BATT-54 RPTS; PRI/SCH THRU OUT NEGATIVE. RETURN Res4cuE - P-W-H * MNS-05/118/106 14:16

@ 14:19
QUEENS: *WORKING-FIRE* (10-75) BOX 5760 @ 130-53 SPRINGFIELD BLVD nr 130 AVE. FIRE IN A PVT DWLG. RPTS OF AN OCCUPANT TRAPPED - L-162 FAST TK * MNS-106

@ 14:26
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5760 @ 130-53 SPRINGFIELD BLVD nr 130 AVE. 2 STY OCCUPIED FLAT ROOF 20 X 40 PVT DWLG. BATT-50 RPTS; FIRE TOP FLR. RETURN ALL SPCL UNITS - P-W-H * MNS-106

@ 16:04
MANHATTAN: *10-60* TRANSMITTED FOR A MAJOR COLLAPSE IN A BLDG AT 87 RIVINGTON ST X LUDLOW ST. REPORTED ROOF COLLAPSE.

@ 16:23
MANHATTAN: *10-60* BOX 286 AOF 87 RIVINGTON ST X LUDLOW ST, NOW HAVE A 2ND COLLAPSE IN THE BLDG. FROM INTERIOR WALLS. SWITCHING TO EXT. OPERATIONS.

@ 16:26
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-286 + 10-60 MAJOR EMERGENCY AOI 87 RIVINGTON ST & LUDLOW ST. FOR A PARTIAL COLLAPSE OF A 4 STY 75 X 100 VAC COMML. MNS -88/154- 4:24:18 PM *

@ 16:26
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-286 + 10-60 MAJOR-EMERGENCY RESPONSE* BOX 286 @ RIVINGTON ST & LUDLOW ST. COLLAPSE OF A 4 STY CHURCH USED AS A SYNAGOGUE. NO REPORTED INJS AS YET. BATT-58 AIR-RECON CHIEF * MNS-106

@ 16:26
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-286 *10-60 MAJOR EMERGENCY* 87 RIVINGTON ST & LUDLOW ST. PARTIAL COLLAPSE OF A 4 STY 25 X60 VAC COMML. FD/ESU O/S BLDG DEPT & OEM ALSO O/S. NYPD LEVEL 1 MOBILIZATION MNS -88/154- 4:21:35 PM *

@ 16:36
QUEENS: W/F 10-75 BOX 2818, 148 RD X 257 ST, FIRE IN A 1 STY, L-134 FAST TK. Mns154/119

@ 16:44
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2818 aof 257-36 148 RD X 257 ST, FIRE IN A 1 STY 20 x 40 PD, 2 L/S/O. Mns154/119

@ 17:04
MANHATTAN: ** 2ND ALARM** 2-2-286 *10-60 MAJOR EMERGENCY* AOI 87 RIVINGTON ST & LUDLOW ST. PARTIAL COLLAPSE OF A VAC 4 STY 25 X 60 SYNOUGYGE. EVAC EXP 2, 3 & 4. AWAITING BLDG DEPT DETERMINATION. MNS -88/106/154- 5:02:52 PM *

@ 18:42
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2588 NEW UTRECHET AVE & 50th ST, FIRE IN A 3 STY M/D, UNDER CONTROL. MNS118/IAP

@ 18:45
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-5234 114 ST X SUTTER AVE, FIRE IN A 2.5 STY PD 20 X 40, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D, PWH. L-126 FAST TK, Mns154

@ 21:02
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7290 AOF 45-55 47 ST / GREENPOINT AVE. BN-45 HAS A FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING. L-116 FAST TK, BN-45 I/C *MNS021

@ 21:12
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7290 AOF 47-55 47 ST / GREENPOINT AVE. BN-45 RPTS PRIMARY SEARCHES NEGATIVE. 2 L/S, 1 IN OP. FIRE U/C *MNS021

@ 21:12
QUEENS : *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-7290 AOF 47-55 47 ST / GREENPOINT AVE. BN-45 USING A/H FOR A FIRE 2ND FLR IN A 2 STRY FRAME P/D 20 X 40. DWH *MNS021

@ 21:40
STATEN ISLAND. FD BOX 1016. STEUBEN ST / TARGEE ST. ENGINE 160 INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT W/CIVILIAN AND MOS I NJURIES. *MNS021

@ 23:40
BROOKLYN: W/F *10-77* BOX 3590 ( HIGH RISE RESIDENTIAL ) AOF 3031 W 25 ST X SURF AVE. FIRE ON THE 9TH. FLR OF A 14 STY 160 X 75 O/M/D, BN-43 USING 2 & 2, L-168 FAST TK


OTHER INCIDENTS AROUND N. Y.

@ 06:30
ROSELLE, N. J. ( UNION CO ) ** 2ND ALARM** AOF 147 EAST 8 ST X CHESTNUT ST, HEAVY FIRE THRU OUT A 2 STY P/D, M/A TO WORK & COVER

@ 10:20
MAPLEWOOD, N.J. ( ESSEX CO ) ** 2ND ALARM** AOF # 16 LINDSLEY AVE X MONTAGUE PL, HVY FIRE IN A 2 1/2 STY P/D, M/A IN TO WORK & COVER

@ 16:00
LINCOLN PARK, N. J. ( MORRIS CO ) *PLANE CRASH* AT THE LINCOLN PARK AIRPORT, SMALL PRI PLANE CRASH AT AIRPORT, REPORTED ON FIRE, OCCUPANTS HAVE GOTTEN OUT & O. K..


NATIONAL INCIDENTS:

@ 13:03
BEVERLY, MASS - **** 4TH-ALARM**** 30 FOLLY POND RD - 2 STY 300 X 50 GARDEN APT COMPLEX - FIRE ON FLRS 1 & 2 AND THRU THE ROOF - HVY FIRE REPORTED * TAC9 * MNS-106


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Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.


Sunday, January 22, 2006

(Central Time Zone)

STLFN: BROOKLYN, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY)U/D ON BROOKLYN FD ABANDONED BUILDING FIRE @ ROUTE 3 AND MADISON ST. UTILITIES REQUESTED. M/A FROM VENICE FD. CO'S VENTILATING HOLLYWOOD HEIGHTS FD ALSO RESP. AIR CASCADE TRAILER. (STL 835). 12:12a.m.

STLFN: BROOKLYN, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY)U/D ON BROOKLYN FD ABANDONED BUILDING FIRE @ ROUTE 3 AND MADISON ST. NOW A *2nd ALARM* CASEYVILLE FD RESP. M/A. SEVERAL LINES OPS. 1 AERIAL RAISED.(STL 835). 12:21a.m.

STLFN: BROOKLYN, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY)U/D ON BROOKLYN FD ABANDONED BUILDING FIRE @ ROUTE 3 AND MADISON ST. NOW A *2nd ALARM* CASEYVILLE FD RESP. M/A. SEVERAL LINES OPS. 1 AERIAL RAISED.(STL 835). 12:23a.m.

STLFN: BROOKLYN, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY)U/D ON BROOKLYN FD *2nd ALARM* ABANDONED BUILDING FIRE @ ROUTE 3 AND MADISON ST.. 2 MORE LADDER TRUCKS BEING CALLED ABOVE THE 2nd ALARM. (MADISON, AND FRENCH VILLAGE FDS RESP.) DWH. 12:42a.m.

STLFN: BROOKLYN, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY) FINAL UPDATE ON BROOKLYN FDS *2nd ALARM* ABANDONED BUILDING FIRE @ ROUTE 3 AND MADISON ST. SEVERAL LINES USED., AND 3 AERIALS WERE RAISED. ALL CO'S CLEARED @ 0500 HRS. (STL 835). 10:25a.m.

STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. STLFD HAS A 1ST ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE AT 1123 NORTH PARK PLACE. BC 801 REPORTS HEAVY FIRE ON TE 1ST FLOOR AT LEAST 1 LINE OFF. PUMPERS 8 9 10 26 2 HL 2 BC 801 AND 806 SQUAD 1 /STL819. 3:04p.m.

STLFN:CENTERVILLE, IL (ST.CLAIR COUNTY) MIDWAY & GOLDEN GARDENS FD ON SCENE OF A WORKING HOUSE FIRE @ 323 JEFFERSON. CHURCH ROAD FD RESP. M/A. (STL 835). 9:28p.m.

STLFN:FAIRMONT CITY, IL (ST.CLAIR CO.) FAIRMONT CITY FD ON SCENE OF A HOUSE FIRE @ 3049 N.61st ST. S/C FOR UTILITIES, AND RED CROSS HAVE BEEN MADE. NO FURTHER SIZE UP GIVEN. (STL 835). 9:35p.m.


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LOS ANGELES, CA:

Traffic Collision - LAFD Involved
13230 Vaughn Street
Pacoima
Sunday, January 22, 2006
TIME: 12:12 PM
INCIDENT #: 0514


On Sunday, January 22, 2006 at 12:12 PM, two Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, five LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one Heavy Rescue, one LAFD Flatbed Transport, one Bulldozer Tender, two EMS Battalion Captains, one Battalion Chief Officer Command Team and one Division Chief Officer Command Team, under the direction of Battalion Chief James Gaffney responded to a Traffic Collision with LAFD Involvement near 13230 Vaughn Street in Pacoima.

Los Angeles Fire Department Hazardous Materials Squad 70 (2005 Pierce, LAFD Shop #60664), had been dispatched in emergency response mode as part of the first alarm assignment to a structure fire in the Pacoima area, when it was struck by a civilian passenger vehicle at the signal-controlled intersection of Vaughn Street and Glenoaks Boulevard.

The Northridge-based unit, one of four LAFD Hazardous Materials Squads, is staffed by specially certified Los Angeles Firefighters who may be deployed citywide to assist in a broad variety of emergencies not necessarily involving hazardous materials. Their formal dispatch to a residential structure fire within one mile of their reported location, is in keeping with LAFD protocol.

According to witnesses, LAFD Squad 70 was traveling southbound on Glenoaks Boulevard with its full-complement of emergency warning lights and siren activated, when it was struck broadside by an eastbound compact sedan at Vaughn Street.

The force of the collision on the right side of Squad 70 caused a complete dislocation of the Squad's rear axle, physically impairing its control. Despite the Squad driver's efforts, the Fire Department vehicle struck a utility pole and compact sedan stopped nearby.

As their vehicle came to rest, Squad 70 personnel radioed for assistance and immediately went to the aid of motorists involved in the collision. Scene safety and traffic control were quickly implemented and additional Firefighters and Paramedics soon arrived to commence an orderly triage, treatment and transportation of the injured.

Occupying the tan Mitsubishi Galant sedan that struck the Squad broadside were a 25 year-old female driver, her mother and daughter. All occupants were properly restrained by seat belts, and only the driver was desirous of medical treatment and transport for non-specific injuries.

Within the late-model silver Honda Accord sedan that had properly yielded curbside to the approaching emergency vehicle, were three members of one family. The 51 year-old male driver, his 48 year-old wife alongside him and 15 year-old son seated in the rear, were all properly seat-belted in the car. The son appears to have sustained a fractured clavicle, while his Mother and Father complained of neck and back discomfort.

The four LAFD personnel in Squad 70 were all wearing seat belts in accordance with LAFD policy and California State Law. The forceful collision caused a Fire Captain to sustain neck and back pain. The remaining members of his unit declined immediate treatment and transportation.

The four civilians and Fire Captain were transported by LAFD Ambulance to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center and Pacifica Hospital of the Valley in minor to moderate distress.

None of the injuries is believed to be life-threatening, and no other injuries were reported.

The fire that Squad 70 was responding to was a working blaze of undetermined origin that consumed two upstairs rooms of a nearby home. There were however, no serious injuries related to the fire.

Along with Los Angeles Police Officers from the Foothill Community Police Station and the Valley Traffic Division, the LAPD dispatched it's Specialized Collision Investigation Detail (SCID) to the incident. The California Highway Patrol Southern Division assisted them with the deployment of specialized personnel and equipment.

Pursuant of policy, the Los Angeles Fire Department has launched a separate formal investigation of the collision.


Structure Fire
12818 Filmore Street
Pacoima
Sunday, January 22, 2006
TIME: 12:06 PM
INCIDENT #: 0498


On Sunday, January 22, 2006 at 12:06 PM, six Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, three LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one Arson Unit, one Hazardous Materials Squad, one EMS Battalion Captain, one Battalion Chief Officer Command Team and one Division Chief Officer Command Team under the direction of Battalion Chief Jack Wise responded to a Structure Fire at 12818 Filmore Street in Pacoima.

Firefighters arrived quickly during a period of strong winds to discover fire showing from west side second floor of a two-story single family home.

Alerted by a properly functioning Smoke Alarm, the home's four occupants were able to flee unharmed prior to the Fire Department's arrival.

Despite sustained 35 mile-per-hour winds, Firefighters using handlines, aided by precise vertical ventilation, skillfully confined the fire to a pair of upstairs rooms, extinguishing the flames in less than ten minutes.

An adult male neighbor, who apparently came to aid the occupants upon witnessing the smoke and fire, sustained minor lacerations to his arm. He declined Fire Department treatment or transportation.

No other injuries were reported.

Loss from the fire is estimated at $70,000 ($50,000 structure & $20,000 contents). The cause of the blaze remains under investigation.


Structure Fire
2126 South Ridgeley Drive
Mid-City
Sunday, January 22, 2006
TIME: 6:59 AM
INCIDENT #: 0267


Sunday, January 22, 2006 at 6:59 AM, eleven Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, five LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one Arson Unit, two Urban Search and Rescue Units, one Hazardous Materials Squad, one EMS Battalion Captain, two Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams and one Division Chief Officer Command Team, all under the direction of Battalion Chief Ralph Ramirez responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 2126 South Ridgeley Drive in the Mid-City area.

Firefighters arrived quickly to discover heavy smoke showing from one upstairs unit of a two-story eight unit apartment building.

Firefighters made their way up the enclosed interior stairway to aggressively attack fire in a bedroom area, extinguishing the flames in just 14 minutes.

The 26 year-old male occupant of the involved unit, who sustained minor injuries when he at first tried to battle the flames, was able to rescue his two small dogs from the dwelling during his escape. Medically assessed at the scene by LAFD Paramedics, he declined treatment or transportation.

There were no other injuries, and the animals were unharmed. The American Red Cross was contacted to provide the man with temporary housing assistance.

Loss from the fire is estimated at $85,000 ($75,000 structure & $10,000 contents). The cause of this fire is attributed to carelessness with a candle that the occupant placed upon his bedspread.


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Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,

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

LAFD Home Page: http://www.lafd.org
LAFD News Blog: http://www.lafd.org/blog.htm


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UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON, ENGLAND

SUNDAY 22 JANUARY

Westbourne Park Bus Garage - buses damaged in blaze

Eight fire engines and around 40 firefighters have tackled a blaze at Westbourne Park Bus Garage in Great Western Road. Twelve buses were damaged by the blaze and fire crews managed to stop the fire from spreading to a further six. The A40 Westway was closed for a time because of the amount of smoke issuing from the fire but has now reopened. Fire investigators are at the scene to establish the cause of the fire.
The Brigade was called at 0955 this morning and the fire was under control by 1214.

Woodford Green Ė flat blaze
Firefighters were called to a flat fire on Chigwell Road in Woodford Green yesterday afternoon. The blaze damaged part of the five roomed flat on the first floor and there was heavy smoke throughout the property. A woman was rescued from the flat by fire crews wearing breathing apparatus. She was removed to hospital by London Ambulance Service crews suffering from shock and smoke inhalation. The Brigade was called at 1708 and the fire was under control by 1733. Firefighters from Woodford and Chingford fire stations attended the scene. The cause of the fire is under investigation.


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HOUSTON DISPATCH
Houston TX area

Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006

From: "Daniel"

HFD: House Fire 1718 Parker 413Z Tac 7 (462.975). DC-34 heavy fire


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WI-IncidentAlert ∑ Wisconsin Fire & Police Incidents

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: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: John Schneider

Milwaukee Structure Fire - 3:00am

2159 N 37th
Working fire in unknown size/type dwelling,specialcall for another engine, ladder & med unit to the full assignment
159.150
153.830


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: John Schneider

Milwaukee Structure Fire update- 3:11am. Now a 2nd alarm with 1 fatality


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: tony hoeck

Marquette Co. - Structure Fire

Next to 156 East Park St., village of Westfield. Westfield FD request town of Springfield for M/A and Harris FD for tanker

154.130 Fire
155.190 Sheriff
155.880 EMS/Pagers

9:30 am


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006

ROCK COUNTY: City of Beloit FD on scene, a confirmed residential structure fire. Requesting Tn of Turtle mutual aid and South Beloit FD move-to-cover. 155.715=FD Dispatch, 154.340=Fireground (Courtesy uf INN-Wisc)


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: "Bobby"

Belgium Bomb Scare

Ozaukee Sheriffs Dept received a call from the McDonalds in Belgium stating that they received a bomb threat from a Washington County inmate. They are evacuating the building now. The prison is searching for the inmate that made the call.


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: "Scott Ziegler"

Waukesha Working Fire [2:20pm]

208 South West Ave City of Waukesha car 3 reports a working fire on the first floor of a 2 story wood frame dwelling all occupants are out E1 leading out attack line truck to ventilate

WCTRS 15216 Waukesha FD 1
WCTRS 15312 Waukesha FD Tac A


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: John Schneider

West Allis House Fire - 4:36pm

1442 S 75th. Smoke showing on arrival,command request Level 2 Staging


WAFD 1 - 34576
MABAS White - 856.2625


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: John Schneider

West Allis House Fire Update - 4:57pm

Sounds like fire under control or extinguished. Mutual Aid Greenfield Engine & Tosa Ladder going back home


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: John Schneider

Cudahy Search/SMART Response - 7:26pm

Lake Drive Area. Cudahy PD searching for somebody,I missed details but sounds like a missing person. PD requested SMART Response which brings a squad(s) from several county depts.

MCTRS 18384 - Cudahy PD 1 and possible MCTRS 20816 or 22448 later


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: John Schneider

Cudahy Search/SMART Response Update - 7:54pm

Police found who they were looking for,SMART squads being cancelled


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: chris hibben

Re: Cudahy Search/SMART Response - 7:26pm

Sounds like they found the person in a park. Calling off smart response and search.


Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006
From: "John Schneider"

Milwaukee Pursuit - 11:49pm

North on 794 from Oklahoma with flat tire,no other info

460.350 MPD
MCTRS 22416 & 22448


Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006
From: "John Schneider"

Milwaukee Pursuit Update- 11:56pm

West Bound 94 at 35th,two tires are blown. Sheriff not assisting until MPD request there help


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Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2006-1-22
National Police and Fire Incidents


0044hrs - FIRE - 400 NW 144TH ST - MIAMI, FL

0053hrs - FIRE - 2075 NE 164TH ST - MIAMI, FL

0118hrs - FIREWORK VIOLATION - CL PACIFICA & CM LA PEDRIZA - SAN CLEMENTE, CA

0122hrs - BUILDING FIRE - SOUTHMORE BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

0131hrs - FIRES - BLK SANTA ROSA RD / E LAS POSAS RD - SANTA ROSA VALLEY, CA

0141hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CREEKBEND DR - HOUSTON, TX

0149hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - PARKER RD - HOUSTON, TX

0229hrs - FIRE - 900 N MIAMI BEACH BLVD - MIAMI, FL

0253hrs - BUILDING FIRE - PENN HILLS LN - HOUSTON, TX

0341hrs - BRANDISH KNIFE/NON FIREARM - 2000 W GLENOAKS AVE - ANAHEIM, CA

0355hrs - BUILDING FIRE - WESTOVER - HOUSTON, TX

0533hrs - HIGHRISE ON FIRE - SUNFLOWER - HOUSTON, TX

0540hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4500 CORREGIDOR - DALLAS, TX

0544hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MAJESTIC PINES DR - HOUSTON, TX

0709hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 6750 MAIN ST - MIAMI, FL

0900hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2566 GOLIAD RD APT: LAUND - SAN ANTONIO, TX

0919hrs - FIRE - 10201 SW 27TH ST - MIAMI, FL

0946hrs - BRUSH FIRE - CAPER CIR & LANGLAIS DR - SARASOTA, FL

1104hrs - FIRES - 3200 BLK RADCLIFFE RD - THOUSAND OAKS, CA

1202hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 611 MALAGA LN - SARASOTA, FL

1245hrs - FIRES - 300 BLK CONTRA COSTA AV - VENTURA, CA

1250hrs - FIRES - 200 BLK DURLEY AV - CAMARILLO, CA

1304hrs - FIRES - 600 BLK E GUIBERSON RD - BARDSDALE, CA

1330hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3244 PERSIMMON - DALLAS, TX

1409hrs - POSS STRUCTURE FIRE - BEHIND 628 WINDCREST CIR - AUSTINTOWN, OH

1437hrs - BRUSH FIRE - 8879 ATTALLA AVE - SARASOTA, FL

1448hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - BEECHNUT ST - HOUSTON, TX

1450hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2255 N WASHINGTON - DALLAS, TX

1503hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GUSTINE LN - HOUSTON, TX

1532hrs - FIRES - BLK WESTPORT ST / BROOKHURST CT - PCH HILL, CA

1550hrs - BUILDING FIRE - 3399BLK CARR ST - HOUSTON, TX

1600hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1100 PATRICIA DR APT: 508 - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1611hrs - FIRE OUT - 12278 SW 202ND ST - MIAMI, FL

1646hrs - BUILDING FIRE - MCCUE RD - HOUSTON, TX

1650hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 9001 MARKVILLE - DALLAS, TX

1700hrs - FIRES - BLK MARINA PARK @2950 PIERPONT BL - VENTURA, CA

1719hrs - FIREWORKS - 500 BLK S FONDA - LA HABRA, CA

1729hrs - FIRES - BLK VALLE LINDO SCHOOL @777 AILEEN ST - CAMARILLO, CA

1748hrs - OUTSIDE FIRE - 2100 ADAMS LN - SARASOTA, FL

1803hrs - FIREWORKS/TOW - RIVERSIDE DR/NEWTON RD - IOWA CITY, IA

1809hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - W GULF BANK - HOUSTON, TX

1823hrs - FIRE - 124 NE 90TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1824hrs - FIRE OUT - 12827 SW 42ND ST - MIAMI, FL

1844hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CENTREPARK DR - HOUSTON, TX

1856hrs - UNKNOWN TYPE FIRE - CHARLES LN & LEE DR - EAST DRUMORE, PA

1907hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - S LAKE HOUSTON PKWY - HOUSTON, TX

1919hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - DAIRY VIEW LN - HOUSTON, TX

1930hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1939 SMOKE TREE - DALLAS, TX

1942hrs - FIRE - 12215 W DIXIE HWY - MIAMI, FL

1950hrs - FIRE - 26401 S DIXIE HWY - MIAMI, FL

1950hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3015 E LEDBETTER - DALLAS, TX

1952hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - DUNLAP ST - HOUSTON, TX

2004hrs - BUILDING FIRE - ST JOSEPH PKWY - HOUSTON, TX

2028hrs - FIRE - 14840 NARANJA LAKES BLVD - MIAMI, FL

2034hrs - BUILDING FIRE - SPACE CENTER BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

2040hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 950 W KIEST - DALLAS, TX

2130hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 3712 BICKERS - DALLAS, TX

2142hrs - FIREWORKS - 1300 BLK W HILLANDALE AVE - LA HABRA, CA

2154hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - N ROSENEATH DR - HOUSTON, TX

2154hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - CORDER ST - HOUSTON, TX

2210hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - PITNER - HOUSTON, TX

2211hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - MEADOWGLEN LN - HOUSTON, TX

2221hrs - FIRE - 19400 NW 87TH PL - MIAMI, FL

2222hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - EL MUNDO ST - HOUSTON, TX

2256hrs - OTHER FIRE - 5845 SW 26TH ST - MIAMI, FL

2315hrs - OTHER FIRE - NW 183RD ST&NW 42ND AVE - MIAMI, FL

2326hrs - FIRE - 6530 SW 58TH PL - MIAMI, FL

2328hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1600 BLK EL CAMINO REAL - TUSTIN, CA

2348hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - GULFTON - HOUSTON, TX


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Illinois FF LODD & Remember Black Sunday


While we don't normally send out medical LODD's, as you will read below, this FF had a heart history and this is important for all of us as 50% of all LODD's are from heart or stroke related conditions. An Atlanta (Illinois) volunteer firefighter died early yesterday (Saturday) morning after complaining of not feeling well while operating at a fire. FF Roger W. Armstrong, 42, was pronounced dead at 0135 hours. Saturday, as per the McLean County Coroner. Fire Chief Rick Cheek said Armstrong had been on the hose line, which involves directly spraying water on the fire."When his bell rang that he had five minutes of air left on his SCBA, he came over and sat down-said said he wasn't feeling well," Cheek said. After Armstrong started to feel worse, the Chief directed him to EMS for treatment. "I checked on him 10 minutes later, and he was still alert...but things went downhill quickly." FF Armstrong was taken to BroMenn Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead. Cheek said Armstrong had a "heart history," and had overexerted himself at another fire a few years back. "You know, when there's adrenaline pumping, that can really play a part," he said. Cheek described Armstrong as a dedicated firefighter, who spent a lot of time at the fire house. He had been a member of the department for eight years. "This is a man with a heart of gold, who would do anything for anyone," Cheek said. "He was a very crucial part of our department, and he's going to be missed dearly," he said. As always, our deepest sadness and sympathies go out to all members of the AFD-but especially the family and friends of FF Armstrong.

REMEMBER BLACK SUNDAY: One year ago tomorrow's date, was "black Sunday" in New York when FDNY Lt. Curtis W. Meyran (covering Ladder 27 that day) and FF John G. Bellew (Ladder 27) died at an apartment fire in the Bronx. Four other FF's were injured: Jeffrey Cool (Rescue 3) Joseph DiBernardo (Rescue 3), Brendan Cawley (Ladder 27) and Eugene Stolowski (Ladder 27). All 6 FF's were forced to jump from the 4th floor of an apartment building as they were trapped by the fire. And, as you'll remember, at a separate incident in Brooklyn that day, just 3 hours after the Bronx fire, FF Richard T. Sclafani (Ladder 103) was killed after getting trapped in the basement while fighting a residential fire. The four firefighters who survived the Bronx fire - Brendan Cawley, Eugene Stolowski, Jeffrey Cool and Joseph DiBernardo - have heroically battled back from some extremely serious injuries. FF Cool was forced to retire, and FF DiBernardo will retire soon. All of them continue extensive physical therapy....and our best hopes and prayers go out to them-and their families for a continued successful recoveries while remembering Lt. Meyran, FF Bellew and FF Sclafani and their families as well.

Take Care-BE CAREFUL....
BillyG
The Secret List 1-22-06
_www.FirefighterCloseCalls.com _ (http://www.firefighterclosecalls.com/)


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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 22nd:

1847
- Milford - NH - Dwelling of Dr. Stickney, opposite new town house, caught fire

1871 - Cambridge - MA - Furniture factory burns

1913 - Derry - NH - Southern part of town - Millard Miltimore Place - Well known landmark - Fire through roof near chimney when first noticed - House destroyed by fire

1918 - Derry - NH - Major Fire - Box 222 - Leatherboard Mill of the Derry Shoe Company burned for third time - Fire started on floor 3 - Heavy fire swept entire mill and additions - Several exposures bravely protected by Derry FD

1922 - Peterborough - NH - Mill Street - Baile Basket Factory (old Bell Mill) burned to ground

1961 - Nashua - NH - 2nd Alarm - 72 King Street - 21/2 Story Wood Frame 3 unit dwelling - Fire in 2nd floor kitchen extended to third floor finished attic containing 3 bedrooms - Roof caved in - Firefighters were hindered by a snow clogged street and many spectators - Nine left homeless - Two firefighters injured, one with a gash to the head requiring three stitches and the other was treated for frostbite - This is the first fire I ever buffed (at age 4!), being carried in my father's arms.

1961 - Plymouth - NH - West Plymouth near Yeaton Brook - Converted occupied camp with chimney fire extending to consume entire dwelling

1961 - Portsmouth - NH - Building fire - High Street - Historic Former law offices of Daniel Webster heavily damaged by fire - Was to be part of the then developing Strawberry Banke Historical District

1961 - Salisbury - NH - Fatal Fire - 2 Story Wood Frame dwelling leveled by fire - Occupant was using an portable heater in the bath attempting to keep pipes from freezing - Heater exploded - Two neighbors pulled homeowner out of house unconscious and he died at the Franklin Hospital

1963 - Derry - NH - Old Chester Road - Fatal fire - Occupied 4 room cottage destroyed by fire - 1 victim dies

1967 - Northwood - NH - US Rte 4 - 2 car accidents kills 5 and injures 3 others

1985 - Westbrook - ME - 2nd Alarm - Central Street - Agway Warehouse

1998 - Bristol - NH - 2nd Alarm - Rte 104 Freudenberg NOK - Commercial Bldg

1998 - Quincy - MA - 3rd Alarm - Box 5184 - 48 West Elm Ave - Large 2.5 Story Wood Frame Occupied Dwelling


Notable incidents beyond New England

1902
- New York (Manhattan) - NY - 5th Alarm - Box 443 - Park Ave at East 34th Street - Armory


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CAMDEN, NJ


Camden New Jersey Fire Department will be honoring three fallen fire fighters who were killed at the Sixth Regiment Armory Fire at West and Mickle Streets on March 16, 1906.

We have found that one of the members is buried in an unmarked grave at the Evergreen Cemetery in Camden. A fund has been established to buy one fallen member a head stone to mark his grave and to upgrade the other two firemen. One was from Engine Co. 1 and two were from Ladder Co. 2. We have made up 200 special Fire Department tee shirts commemorating this 100th Anniversary of this tragic fire. There is alot more to the story about this fire and the events. Some are actually ghostly in nature relating to things that happened before and after the fire more info forthcoming about this.

The tee shirts are available now and are selling very quickly and we anticipate a fast Sell Out. They come in all sizes from Medium, Large, EXlarge, XXlarge, XXXlarge. They are $20.00 each if picked up---$5.00 shipping charge for mailing.

Make all checks payable to:

Camden Armory Fire, P.O. Box 239 Haddon Heights, New Jersey 08035. Or you may call Jim Alexander 856-547-0892 or Bob Bartosz 856-468-0866.


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*** Chester County Pennsylvania ***



Phoenixville Fire Department proudly protects 14,788 people living in an area of 4.5 square miles. We operate out of 3 stations that protect a primarily residential area. Our department is a public department whose members are on a combination of paid and volunteer status. We have an ISO rating of 4/9.

Local alarms are handled with 1 Engine.

EMS incidents receive a BLS unit along with the Hospital based ALS unit when protocol requests.
An AED equipped Engine is also sent to all cardiac arrest incidents.

Box Alarms are handled by 3 Engines, 1 Truck, 1 Rescue and 1 Ambulance.


Come see us at: http://www.phoenixvillefire.com


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