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  • World Of Fire Report: 06-21-03

    *** America's Fire Paging Notification Network ***
    Local & National reports from pager notification networks around the U.S.

    National Paged Incidents
    -compiled by Jamie Joyce

    Saturday, June 21, 2003
    (All times are in Central Time)

    BALTIMORE, MD: Working dwelling fire at 4215 Berger Ave / Hamilton / 2-story dwelling. 3 civilians found on the 2nd floor. 1 fatal, 2 critical condition. [DC15]. 1:46a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a 2nd Alarm for a fire in a Condo Complex at 4360 Kennerly. They have assumed a defensive mode. They have 1 injured civilian with minor injuries. They are using 3 Aerials and 3 handlines. BC810 now reports will hold. [STL819] [STLFN]. 3:17a.m.

    U/D - BALTIMORE, MD: *Triple fatal* / Dwelling / 4215 Berger Ave / Gardenville (NE Baltimore) / Now *3 civilian DOA's*. DC/BMD/E*23 3:30 am

    BALTIMORE, MD (43-16): *Fatal* dwelling fire / 1830 Marlau Dr / Govans (N Baltimore) / Unit onscene reported heavy smoke showing and "Fill the Box" with possible civilian trapped / *1 civilian DOA*. DC/BMD/E*23 4:07 am

    COLUMBUS OH: **2nd alarm** 3515 Cleveland Ave. Vacant bowling alley in shopping center. 2 additional engines above 2nd alarm. Quick knock down from interior attack. FPO/D217 6:04 am

    NEW ORLEANS, LA: *4th alarm* Palmer and Marquette St. Large 5000 square foot vacant 2 story dwelling fully involved. Had collapse of roof and 2nd floor. Was a stucco building... NOLA 7:09 am

    2nd Alarm - HOLYOKE, MA: 330 Whitney Ave Building fire *159.645* [TAC9-C158] 7:15 am

    3 Alarm fire - PINELLAS PARK, FL: Reported structure fire 62 Ave N. and 21st St N. ALERT-FS-85 onscene. AFS-01 [ALERT FS] 1:10 pm

    Update - 3rd Alarm - PINELLAS PARK, FL: 62 Ave N. and 21st St N. AFS-85 onscene report's a 3 story OMD 300x50 fully involved. AFS-01 [ALERT FS] 1:15 pm

    Update - 3rd Alarm - PINELLAS PARK, FL: 62 Ave N and 21st St N. FD now sounding evacuation tones for exterior attack only. AFS-85 is onscene. AFS-01 [ALERT FS] 1:22 pm

    Update - PINELLAS PARK FL: Now a 5th alarm as reported by AFS-85 who is on scene. Now reported as 2 structures 150x50 each side by side. 62 Ave N and 21st St N. AFS01 [ALERT FS] 1:40 pm

    BELAIR MD (HARFORD CO): 2nd alarm 106 Victory La Have structure attached to a dwelling 20X40 Heavy fire thru roof Possible people trapped Additional EMS requested M/A Baltimore Co PA1 4:00 pm

    SANDY HOOK NJ (MONMOUTH): **Helicopter down** Helicopter went down approximately 1520 hrs in the ocean in area of Sandy Hook. Seabright/Atlantic Highlands F/D assisted. NFI ATT. EAN633/503 4:32 pm

    FESTUS MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY) **2nd Alarm** fire at the Colonial Cleaners, 200 North Mill St. Smoke & fire showing. 9 pieces of equipment, Chief Officers & Volunteers on scene. [STLFN/810] [STLFN]. 5:49p.m.

    U/D SANDY HOOK NJ (MONMOUTH): *Helicopter down* on the beach near Sea Bright. Navy helicopter made a hard emergency landing due to mechanical failure. No injuries reported EAN633/503 6:16 pm

    [18:00] OLD PAULSBORO, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **2nd Alarm** @ Del St. Fire in an Apartment building - now under control. [EAN3305 EAN465 EAN465]. 6:24p.m.

    FESTUS, MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY) *3rd Alarm* has been struck for the fire at the Colonial Cleaners, 200 North Mill St. Additional equipment move-ups have been made. [STLFN/810] [STLFN]. 6:38p.m.

    Update - FESTUS, MO: **3rd Alarm** fire at the Colonial Cleaners, 200 North Mill St. Fire in a 1-story building - fully involved. 4 Aerials operating. Fire darkening down. [STL966*/810] [STLFN]. 7:14p.m.


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    *** FirePage Ohio Report for June 21, 2003 ***

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    - 0543
    Thompson FD (Geauga): MVA/TRAUMA on Leroy-Thompson Rd. 18 yr old male, ejected from multi-rollover MVA. MLF # 2 S/C'd. FPO/D703 ©

    - 0626
    Columbus FD: Stand-by 2nd Alarm 3515 Cleveland Ave. Cos: Eng 132, 61, 16, Lad 24, 13, Res16cuE, Med 24, BN 2, 3. Vacant Bowling Alley. FPO/D217 ©

    - 0632
    Columbus FD: Stand-by 2nd Alarm 3515 Cleveland Ave. Former Amos Lanes Bowling Alley in Northern Lights Shopping Center. Companies hitting seat of fire in rear. FPO/249/D217 ©

    - 0637
    Columbus FD: 2nd Alarm 3515 Cleveland Ave. 2nd Alm Cos: Eng 18, 13, 19, TL 28, 33, Res2cuE, Med 61, BN 1, 7, Air Supply 1, EMS 12, SO 2, ES 2. FPO/249/D217 ©

    - 0649
    Columbus FD: 2nd Alarm 3515 Cleveland Ave. 2 add'l Engines S/C'd above the 2nd Alarm. FPO/249/D217 ©

    - 0656
    Columbus FD: 2nd Alarm 3515 Cleveland Ave. BN 2 reports fire K/D. Holding all companies. FPO/249/D217 ©

    - 0754
    Leetonia FD (Columbiana): W/F 1337 Beeson Mill Rd. M/A Green Twp for a Tanker. FPO/D323 ©

    - 1640
    Paris Twp FD (Portage): MVA/PIN 5688 SR 225. 2 car MVA. Cos: Med 2311, 2511, Eng 2315, Tank 2318. M/A Palmyra Twp FD. FPO/D265 ©

    - 1833
    Columbus FD: MVA/PIN Hazelwood & Cottonwood. Cos: Eng 24, Med 6, EMS 12, BN 2, SO 2, Res101enG. FPO/D276 ©

    - 1842
    Columbus FD: MVA/PIN Hazelwood & Cottonwood. Car on its top. Res101enG using the tools. FPO/D276 ©

    - 2225
    Cleveland FD: W/F 3678 East 103. Vacant house. Cos: Eng 36, 26, Lad 36, Squad 1, & BN 5. Tactical Res5cuE - Worker. Lad 11 - RIT. FPO/D700 ©

    - 2226
    Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): MVA/PIN West Broad St & Amity Rd. 2 Car MVA, 1 car on fire, 1 pinned. Cos: Eng 241, Med 241, 243. MedFlight S/C'd on a rush. FPO/D260 ©

    - 2228
    Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): MVA/PIN West Broad St & Amity Rd. Heavy entrapment. Prolonged extrication time. MedFlight # 4 enroute from Grant. FCSO S/C'd on a rush. FPO/223/D260 ©

    - 2237
    Prairie Twp FD (Franklin): MVA/PIN West Broad St & Amity Rd. MedFlight # 4 landing. Victim still pinned. Fire is out. Extended Ops. FPO/221/223/D260 ©

    - 2257
    Paririe Twp FD (Franklin): MVA/PIN West Broad St & Amity Rd. Extrication complete. MedFlight # 4 enroute to OSU. FPO/221/223/D260 ©


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    New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
    as dispatched over the Metro Notification System

    Saturday, June 21, 2003

    All Times Are Eastern:

    @ 09:06
    STATEN ISLAND: 7-5-0024 34 FILMOORE ST NR YORK TERRACE, BATT- 22 HAS FIRE IN BSMNT & 1ST FLR OF A 2 STRY 30 X 50 P/D, 2 L/S. DWH. MNS432/250

    @ 16:21
    QUEENS: 7-5-5464 aof 91-05 246 ST x 91 AVE B-53 IC REPORTS FIRE IN ATTIC OF 2.5 FRAME 20 x 40 PRI DWG.. 2 LINES STRETCHED, 1 IN OPER. TL-160 FAST [MNS342]

    @ 16:21
    BROOKLYN: *WORKING-FIRE* BOX 518 @ HENRY ST AND CARROLL ST. FIRE IN A MULTIPLE DWLG * MNS-2/IAP

    @ 16:25
    BROOKLYN: 7-5-518 -ALL-HANDS- @ HENRY ST AND CARROLL ST. 4 STY BRK 20 X 60 MULTIPLE DWLG. BATT-32 RPTS FIRE IN THE BASEMENT. 2-LINES RUN. FIRE KNOCKED DOWN. DWH * MNS-2/IAP

    @ 16:32
    U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-518 @ HENRY ST AND CARROLL ST. 4 STY BRK 20 X 60 MULTIPLE DWLG. FIRE IN THE BSMT. BATT-32 RPTS ALL VISIBLE FIRE KNOCKED DOWN. PWH * MNS-2/IAP

    @ 16:33
    U/D QUEENS: 7-5-5464 aof 91-05 246 ST x 91 AVE B-53 IC REPORTS FIRE IN ATTIC OF 2.5 FRAME 20 x 40 PRI DWG. .FIRE IS K/D & U/C. RET SQUAD & RESCUE [MNS342]

    @ 20:19
    MANHATTAN: W/F BOX 1420 AOF 118 W 119 ST @ LENOX AVE / POWELL BLVD A DWELLING FIRE NFI [MNS-30]

    @ 20:21
    BRONX: ++EMS / MVA++ 3 AVE @ 163 ST EMS UNIT IN A MVA UNK INJS (MNS-516)

    @ 20:24
    MANHATTAN: 7-5-1420 AOF 118 W 119 ST @ LENOX AVE 4 STY BROWNSTONE FIRE TOP FL 2 LINES RUN L-14 FAST DIV-3 ENRTE BN-12 I/C [MNS-30]

    @ 20:29
    U/D MANHATTAN: 7-5-1420 AOF 118 W 119 ST @ LENOX AVE 4 STY BROWNSTONE 20 X 50 FIRE TOP FL 2 LINES RUN RET R-1 SQ-288 FIRE IS PWH BN-12 I/C [MNS-30]

    @ 20:31
    QUEENS: 7-5-8534 AOF 84-25 85 RD @ 85 ST 6 BRK 50 X 100 OMD FIRE IN BSMT [MNS-30]

    @ 20:43
    BROOKLYN: 7-5-2257 AOF 1112 REMSEN AVE @ BAYVIEW PL 3 STY 40 X 100 FIRE IN BSMT PWH [MNS-30]

    @ 20:44
    FINAL QUEENS: 7-5-8534 AOF 84-25 85 RD @ 85 ST 6 STY 50 X 100 OMD FIRE IN BSMT ALL FIRE K/D PRI SCH NEG U/C DIV-13 I/C [MNS-30]


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    TAC-9 RADIO & PAGING INCIDENT REPORT:
    (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont).

    Saturday, June 21, 2003
    All Times Eastern Time

    W/F - WENTWORTH, NH: Atwell Hill Road. Structural fire. M/A Tankers and ALS requested to the scene. *159.900* C925 [TAC9-C20]. 1:05a.m.

    W/F - LYNN, MA: Box-71 @ 754 Boston Street. Reported fire in a 2.5-story wood frame dwelling - ACW DWH. *154.415/153.800* [TAC9-C20]. 4:46a.m.

    2nd Alarm - HOLYOKE, MA: 330 Whitney Ave. Building fire. *159.645* [TAC9-C158]. 8:15a.m.

    Tree Accident - SALEM, NH: 21 Porcupine Circle. Tree down onto house & male victim. 1-1045C2 - request for Trauma Team Alert at Holy Family Hospital - request for building inspector to the scene. *158.815* [TAC9-C158]. 10:37a.m.

    Carry-Out - ALTON, NH: on Mt. Major. Injured hiker w/broken ankle 1/2 way up Blue Trail. Alton & Gilford Fire Units & NH F&G to scene. Extended operations. *159.900* [TAC9-C21]. 12:29p.m.

    RUMNEY, NH: "Jimmy Cliff" off Buffalo Rd. 2 injured climbers, carryout involved, S/C Plymouth for extra equipment & 2 AMBS. & ALS. Extended operations. *159.900 & 160.155* [TAC9-C21]. 3:52p.m.

    U/D - RUMNEY, NH: Carryout - 1 climber fell 30 ft. onto a 2nd climber. Approx. 1-mile hike out. Both 10-45C2. *159.900 & 160.155* [TAC9-C21]. 3:55p.m.

    Injured Hiker - BRISTOL, ME: at The Pemaquid Lighthouse on Pemaquid Point Road. A fallen hiker. M/A from New Harbor for an extended carryout. *155.985/155.145* C220 [TAC9-C101]. 4:11p.m.

    W/F - LYNNFIELD, MA: 348 Lowell Street - fire in a 1.5 story wood frame dwelling - Fire in (1) room with possible extension. *482.700* C925 [TAC9-C461]. 9:00p.m.

    W/F - CENTRAL FALLS, RI: Washington Street. A garage fire. M/A to cover. *154.415* C158 [TAC9-C122]. 9:57p.m.

    W/F - LISBON, NH: on West Street at the landfill. A structure well involved. M/A Tankers from Landaff. *154.400* [TAC9-C101]. 10:23p.m.

    KENT, CT: W/F+ on Sugar Loaf Mountain Rd - A fully involved structure - M/A from Warren and New Milford requested to the fire *33.70* C176 [TAC9-C09]. 10:34p.m.

    MVA - GOODWINS MILLS (LYMAN), ME: Rocky Hill Road. Car vs. Tree & utility pole. 1 10-45 C2 ejected. OIC requests Photo Recon for possible fatal. *154.250/469.500* [TAC9-C101]. 10:34p.m.

    W/F - TAUNTON, MA: 136 Duffy Dr. ENG 3 reporting heavy fire showing. *453.700* [TAC9-C105]. 11:43p.m.

    MVA - SPRINGFIELD, MA: on Wilburham Street - Car vs. tree - (1) trapped - Jaws in use. *154.175* CT21 [TAC9-C461]. 11:48p.m.


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    Virginia Firenet (VFN)
    VFN Paging covers incidents from the Tidewater and Richmond areas as well as through out the state of Virginia. Visit our Website at http://www.tac9.com and click on VFN PAGING or via E-mail to [email protected]

    Saturday, June 21, 2003
    All Times Eastern Time

    VA BEACH, VA: W/F 259 HITCHLER LN. REPORTED AS TRAILER HOME BY E9. UNK IF OCCUPIED. (VFN35). 9:47a.m.

    U/D VA BEACH, VA: W/F 259 HITCHLER LN. S/F/R MOBILE HOME. FIRE K/D SEARCHS NEG. EXCP FOR FAMILY DOG. UTILITIES SECURED. (VFN35). 9:58a.m.

    CITY OF RICHMOND, VA - WATER RESCUE W/ MEDFLIGHT - JAMES RIVER IAO MANCHESTER BRIDGE. RFD & HFD WATER RESCUE UNITS O/S WITH MEDFLIGHT ENROUTE. CMD RPT'S WATER TOO ROUGH FOR ENTRY ATT. OPS ON RFD CH 2. (VFN107). 3:38p.m.

    UPDATE - CITY OF RICHMOND, VA - WATER RESCUE - JAMES RIVER IAO MANCHESTER BRIDGE. CMD RPT'S 3 VICTIMS FROM LOG NOW IN RAFT. MEDFLIGHT O/S SEARCHING AREA FOR POSSIBLE 4TH VICTIM. OPS RFD TG-34640. (VFN107). 3:53p.m.

    UPDATE - CITY OF RICHMOND, VA - WATER RESCUE - JAMES RIVER IAO MANCHESTER BRIDGE. CMD RPT'S SITUATION U/C ATT. ALL 4 VICTIMS ACCOUNTED FOR, OUT OF THE RIVER & W/ EMS. HENRICO UNITS RELEASED. **FINAL** (VFN107). 4:08p.m.

    ORANGE CO, VA: MVA W/TRAP - CLARKS MOUNTAIN RD PAST MOREMONT RD. CULPEPER WAGON-10 O/S REPORTING 1 PATIENT ON THE GROUND, 1 TRAPPED & 1 INFANT OUT OF THE VEHICLE. ORANGE Co. 23 ALSO ON SCENE. OPS ON 155.895 (VFN102). 10:43p.m.

    PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, VA - MVA W/ TRAP - RT. 630 OFF RT. 15, E-2-1 & UNIT 201 O/S W/ MVA & 2 TRAPPED + 2 VICTIMS OUTSIDE OF VEHICLE. CMD REQ. MEDFLIGHT. E-2-1, MEDIC 10, RESCUES 13, 1 & 11. OPS - 460.525 (VFN107). 11:15p.m.

    (U/D) ORANGE CO, VA: MVA W/TRAP - CLARKS MOUNTAIN RD NEAR MOREMONT RD. CHIEF-23 ADVISING EXTRICATION COMPLETED @ 23:12, STILL WORKING TO REMOVE & PACKAGE. ALL PATIENTS GOING BY GROUND TO UNIV of VA MED CTR. FINAL (VFN102). 11:15p.m.

    HENRICO, VA: *MCI* 3380 MEADOWLARK LA. E7 RPTS 10-12 PT'S CONTAMINATED WITH OC SPRAY @ A LAW ENFORCEMENT SCENE. REQ 3 ADD'L AMBS, 1 ADD'L ENG. EMS-1 AND BATT-1 ALSO O/S. MON TAC 7 (TG 17552). (VFN124). 11:16p.m.

    UPDATE - PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, VA - MVA W/ TRAP ON RT. 630. 2 VICTIMS STILL TRAPPED & UNITS NOW REPT 1 MIGHT BE DOA. 2 VIC'S TRANSPORTED BY GROUND UNITS. MEDFLIGHT STILL 14 MINS OUT. OPS - 460.525 (VFN107). 11:41p.m.


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    (EAN) Emergency Action Network
    http://www.ean-inc.com/

    Saturday, June 21, 2003
    All times Eastern Time

    HOPATCONG NJ (SUSSEX) *HAZMAT* IAO LAKELAND RD & ELBA. HAVE A LARGE OIL SPILL WHICH IS HEADED TOWARDS THE LAKE. PD O/S REQ NJSP W/BOAT AND HAZMAT TEAM FROM FD. [EAN26]. 1:31p.m.

    **SPECIAL MARINE WARNING** NWS MT HOLLY NJ HAS ISSUED THIS WARNING FOR THE COASTAL WATERS FROM SANDY HOOK TO MANASQUAN INLET, NJ OUT 20 NM & THE WATERS FROM SANDY HOOK NJ TO FENWICK ISLAND DE FROM 20 TO 40 NM EFFECTIVE TILL 500 PM EDT. 9932 / SWC / HWC EAN318. 3:40p.m.

    BROOKLYN, NY *A/H'S* BOX 537 HENRY AND CAROL ST. FIRE IN A 4 STY OMD. EAN301. 4:29p.m.

    SANDY HOOK NJ (MONMOUTH) **HELICOPTER DOWN**. HELICOPTER WENT DOWN APPROX 1520 HRS. IN THE OCEAN IAO SANDY HOOK. SEABRIGHT/ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS F/D ASSISTED. NFI ATT [EAN633/503 EAN503]. 5:33p.m.

    QUEENS, NY (QUEENS) **AIRCRAFT EMERGENCY** @ JOHN F. KENNEDY INT'L AIRPORT - ALL SERVICES REQ. FOR AN INBOUND "JETBLUE" PLANE REPORTEDLY STRUCK BY LIGHTNING - PILOT RPT'S 167 POB AND LANDING ON RUNWAY 1-L - PORT AUTHORITY WILL BE CONDUCTING AN INVESTIGATION OF THE PLANE (NOT SHOWING ANY IMMEDIATE SIGNS OF DANGER ATT) [EAN301/ EAN465]. 5:40p.m.

    U/D SANDY HOOK NJ (MONMOUTH) *HELICOPTER DOWN* ON THE BEACH NR SEA BRIGHT. NAVY HELO MADE A HARD EMERGENCY LANDING DUE TO MECHANICAL FAILURE. NO INJURIES REPORTED [EAN633/503 EAN503]. 7:16p.m.

    [18:00] OLD PAULSBORO, NJ (GLOUCESTER) **2ND ALARM** @ DEL ST. - FIRE IN AN APT. BLDG. NOW U/C [EAN3305 EAN465 EAN465]. 7:17p.m.

    [18:30] EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (BERGEN) **WORKING FIRE** @ UNK. LOC. - FD O/S OF A FIRE IN AN ATTIC OF A PVT. DWLG. NOW U/C [EAN800/ EAN465]. 7:20p.m.

    ELIZABETH NJ (UNION) *BUILDING COLLAPSE* 277 2ND ST, FD O/S RPT'G A BRICK FACADE HAS PULLED AWAY FROM THE BLDG, NO INJURIES. [EAN100]. 7:45p.m.

    ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) **TREE VS. HOUSE** @ 841 MADISON AVE. - FD/RESCUE RESPONDING FOR A TREE DOWN ON A HOUSE AND CAR W/ WIRES DOWN AND INJ'S [EAN465]. 7:56p.m.

    ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) **TREE VS. HOUSE** @ LIVINGSTON ST. - FD REQ. FOR A TREE ON A HOUSE W/ STRUCTURAL DAMAGE AND -NO- INJ'S [EAN465]. 7:57p.m.

    ELIZABETH, NJ (UNION) **TREE VS. HOUSE** @ 841 MADISON AVE. - FD/RESCUE RESPONDING FOR A TREE DOWN ON A HOUSE AND CAR W/ WIRES DOWN AND INJ'S - EMS ALSO ENROUTE [EAN465]. 7:59p.m.

    MAPLEWOOD, NJ (ESSEX) **TREE VS. HOUSE** @ 31 WASHINGTON PARK - FD REQ. FOR A "MASSIVE TREE" DOWN ON A HOUSE W/ STRUCTURAL DAMAGE [EAN465]. 8:08p.m.


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    TORONTO FIRENET
    "A division of TAC9 Paging"
    Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.

    Saturday, June 21, 2003
    All Times Eastern Time

    TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

    TORONTO: W/F FERNDALE AVE / ST CLAIR AVE E; PORCH FIRE AT REAR OF DWELLING; FIRE EXT TO 2ND FLR *S3* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:08a.m.

    TORONTO: *FINAL* U/D W/F CORR. ADD. 23 ALVIN AVE; MAIN BODY K/D SRCH'S IN PROG; A/L ADDED *S3* TFN302 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:10a.m.

    MISSISSAUGA: 5540 MCADAM RD 2ND ALARM PROPERTY FIRE. FIRE ON SECOND FLOOR. TAC2 NFI ATT MATHESON/H10 TFN446 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:45p.m.

    TORONTO: Hwy 401 CLOSED COLLECTORS WB AT ALLEN MOTORCYCLE PI. POSS FATAL TFN446 (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 1:39p.m.

    2ND ALARM, TORONTO, ON NISKA RD. HIRISE OMD, APT. FIRE, WATER PROBS. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:21p.m.

    UD, TORONTO, NISKA RD. SMOKE COND, UNABLE TO FIND SOURCE. PWH. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 10:23p.m.

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    CANADA Report:

    SKY DIVING ACC, GEORGINA ONT, HWY 48 & SMITH BLVD. SKY DIVER TRAPPED IN A TREE. *TAC B4* TFN409 (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 3:00p.m.

    ST KITTS POSSIBLE W/F PEOPLE'S CHOSE CO-OP CHILDREN POSSIBLY IN THE STRUCTURE 155.445 (TFN475) (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 3:10p.m.

    ST KITTS UPDATE P-3 10-12 ADVISING POT ON THE STOVE CALL IS DOWN GRADED (TFN475) (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 3:12p.m.


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    Incidents from KCFN - CIFN - STLFN
    (Illinois, Missouri & Kansas)
    -compiled by Jamie Joyce

    Saturday, June 21, 2003
    All times are in Central Time

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a 1st Alarm for a fire in a house with someone reportedly trapped inside at Beacon & Thekla. BC806 reports a 2-story fame with 1 line off. PUMPERS: 27, 12, 33, 24, 26, HL15, BC806 & 805, SQUAD 2 and DC 810. [STL819]. 1:14a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: Update on STLFD's 1st Alarm for a fire in a house at Beacon & Thekla. BC806 reports primary search was negative. Fire is under control. Strike out the 1st Alarm. [STL819]. 1:20a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working Still Alarm for a fire on a back porch at 4459 Wallace. Pumper 36 reports fire on a back porch - 1 line off. PUMPERS: 36, 19, 35, HL4 and BC803. [STL819]. 1:41a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a 1st Alarm fire in a Townhouse at 4360 Kennerly b/o Pumper 26. PUMPERS: 26, 28, 17, 24, 20, HL15, BC805 & 806, SQUAD 2. [STL819]. 2:42a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's 1st Alarm Townhouse fire at 4360 Kennerly. BC805 reports they have fire in 2 adjoining Townhouses. 2 lines off. [STL819]. 2:46a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: U/D on STLFD's apartment fire at 4360 Kennerly. The evacuation tones have been sounded b/o BC 805. They are in a defensive mode using 2 aerials. All firefighters are accounted for. They have requested an EMS unit for an injured civilian. DC 810 is responding. /STL819 2:57 am

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD now has a 2nd Alarm for a fire in a condo complex at 4360 Kennerly. They report that they may have a man down. They are initiating a roll call. /STL819 3:05 am

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO. U/D on STLFD's 2nd Alarm Townhouse fire at 4360 Kennerly. STLFN 810 reports they have 3 Aerials and three lines off. Second Alarm Companies are in staging. By orders of DC810 - Will hold. 2nd Alarm Companies are: 10, 8, 13, H&L-2, BC801 & Squad-1. Move-Ups: 36 to 28 and 5 to 10. [STL819]. 3:24a.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a *1st alarm* house fire at 1475 Rowan x Martin Luther King Dr. Unconfirmed report of person inside. Heavy fire on the 2nd floor. Pumpers 13 30 36 27 10 H&L 15 Rescue Squad 2 BC806 803 DC810. [STL810] 4:21 am

    STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD *1st alarm* house fire at 1475 Rowan. BC806 reports the occupant has been accounted for. The fire is under control. Now striking out the box. [STL810] 4:29 am

    CIFN-FIRE: BOUBONNAIS (KANKAKEE CO IL): Deck fire attached to Trailer 5 Big Chief Smoke inside trailer Unknown fire in walls. Bardley, Manteno with engine and chief's St Marys Ambulance A/A One line off ATT S/C Arson Task Force CIFN*140 5:38 am

    CIFN-FIRE UPDATE: BOURBOUNNAIS IL: Command reports fire knocked down Still searching for fire in the walls All companies still working Arson Task Force enroute CIFN*140 5:44 am

    CIFN-RESCUE: ST. JOSEPH IL (CHAMPAIGN): Delayed 06:00 MVA rollover I-74 at 192MM. 2 patients transported to Carle. St. Joe Fire-Rescue, Arrow Ambulance. CIFN*125 7:24 am

    CIFN-FIRE: ST. ELMO IL (FAYETTE): Fatal house fire/ Only address given is Old Autin Residence/ St. Elmo and Brownstown Fire onscene/ PD just requested ambulance and coroner for 1 victim. CIFN*1 7:34 am

    CIFN-FIRE UPDATE: ST. ELMO IL (FAYETTE): Fatal house fire/ Old Austin Residence in St. Elmo/ 1 fatal, 1 child with heavy smoke inhalation/ Brownstown FD M/A. PD onscene Coroner enroute. CIFN*1 7:47 am

    CIFN-FIRE UPDATE: ST. ELMO IL (FAYETTE): Fatal house fire/ Correct address is 1950 E. 2 Miles N. Rt. 40/ Fire marshal now enroute from Alton ETA approximately 1 1/2 hours. CIFN*1 7:56 am

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: The STLFD Marine Unit Task Force is responding to assist the police with some kind of "evidence recovery" on the Mississippi River - 1 mile north of the I-270 Bridge. [STL810] 11:11 am

    CIFN-PLANE DOWN: FLORA, IL (CLAY): East of Spotted Acres/ North of town/ Reported small plane/ Flora Rescue Squad/ Flora FD/ Clay Co Ambulance onscene advising no transport but onscene for a while/ Coroner onscene/ Other units onscene CIFN*2 11:17 am

    STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD Marine Unit Task Force assignment north of the I-270 Bridge. The police will be placing search dogs on Marine Unit 4 before it launches. Firefighter's have been ordered not to touch anything without P.D. approval. [STL810] 11:32 am

    STLFN: PINE LAWN, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY): 1st alarm house fire at 4244 Edgewood. At least one line off. NFI/ATT. [STL810] 12:38 pm

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a *1st alarm* fire in a house at 1459 Chambers. Fire through the roof of a 2 story building. Pumper 5 is making a raise. Pumpers 5 9 29 8 17 TL 2 Rescue Squad 2 BC801 805. [STL810] 1:53 pm

    STLFN: U/D - ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD *1st alarm* fire in a house at 1459 Chambers. 2 story building (believed vacant via BC801) is fully involved. Co's in a defensive mode with 2 aerials so far. No exposures. [STL810] 1:58 pm

    STLFN: FESTUS, MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY): 1st alarm fire at the Colonial Cleaners, 200 N. Mill St. Smoke showing. 6610 6611 6612 6619 6601 6600. [STL810] 5:39 pm

    STLFN: FESTUS, MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY): **2nd Alarm** for the fire at the Colonial Cleaners, 200 North Mill St. Smoke and fire showing. 7115 6220 7210 5912. [STL810] 5:45 pm

    STLFN: U/D - FESTUS, MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY): **2nd Alarm** fire at the Colonial Cleaners, 200 North Mill St. Smoke and fire showing. 9+ pieces of equipment, volunteers and chief officers on scene. Line being laid in from Main St. [STL810] 5:51 pm

    STLFN: FESTUS, MO (JEFFERSON COUNTY): **3rd Alarm** has been struck for the fire at the Colonial Cleaners, 200 North Mill St. Additional equipment move-ups have been made. [STL810] 6:36 pm

    STLFN: GRANITE CITY FD (MADISON CO. IL): On scene of a house fire at 2535 27th St. P3 reports working fire Heavy smoke showing on arrival (STL 835) 6:54 pm

    STLFN: U/D - FESTUS, MO: **3rd alarm** fire at 200 North Mill St. STLFN Dispatcher 966 is on scene and reports the Colonial Cleaners is a 1 story building fully involved. 4 aerials operating. Fire darkening down. [STL966*/810] 7:03 pm

    STLFN: U/D ON GRANITE CITY FD (MADISON CO. IL): House fire at 2535 27th St. Co's using positive pressure ventilation and overhauling. (STL 835) 7:19 pm

    CIFN-UPDATE NEWS: ST. ELMO IL: This mornings fatal fire took the life of a 9 year old child A 15 year old child was transported with severe smoke inhalation. CIFN*1 7:24 pm

    CIFN-U/D NEWS: FLORA, IL (CLAY CO): Plane down/ It is confirmed that at least 1 occupant died as a result of the crash/ CIFN*2 8:16 pm

    STLFN: HIGH RIDGE FPD (JEFFERSON COUNTY MO): Drowning with water rescue at 4380 Highway W at the Rock Creek Beach. NFI/ATT. [STL810] 8:30 pm

    STLFN: OFALLON FD (ST. CLAIR CO. IL): Is setting up a landing zone for Arch helicopter at W. Lincoln and Fairwood Hills. Unknown if it is for a *MVA* OFallon EMS on scene NFI/ATT (STL 835) 8:32 pm

    STLFN: HIGH RIDGE FPD (JEFFERSON COUNTY MO) - Drowning with water rescue at 4380 Highway W at the "Rockford Beach" (correction) on the Big River. NFI/ATT. [STL810]. 8:34p.m.

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS MO: STLFD has a fire at 816 Geyer. Fire on the 3rd floor - One line off. Pumpers 11 2 29 TL 6 BC802. [STL810] 8:47 pm

    STLFN: U/D ON OFALLON FD IL: Landing zone set up for Arch helicopter at W. Lincoln and Fairwood Hills Arch is on the ground. Co's will be out another 20 minutes. Still unsure on the type of situation NFI/ATT (STL 835) 8:50 pm

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working still alarm for a garage fire at 3257 California. Pumper 14 reports a garage fully involved At least 1 line off. Amerenue has been requested and BC 804 reports the fire is under control. Pumpers 11 14 32 HL 2 and BC804 /STL819 9:44 pm


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


    Boise Idaho Report

    June 15th

    -0821hrs - W/F - 1835 S. Crimson Rose Ave (Southwest) = E21, 11, 6, T6, BC2. Have a 1-stry SFD w/ fire in attached garage. "All Hands working"

    -2034hrs - W/F + - 464 Rene Pl (Eagle FD) = E41, 42, 201, WT41, R471, C41. Have a 2-stry SFD w/ fire in attached garage = S/C for E51.


    June 16th
    -2225hrs - W/F - 3795 Elgin Way (West Boise) = E10, 11, 4, T6, BC2. Have an exterior fire to a 2-stry SFD.


    June 18th
    -2211hrs - W/F - 7791 W. Limelight St (Northwest) = E9, 4, 2, T1, BC1. Have 1-stry SFD w/ kitchen fire = 1st due E201 on EMS alarm cleared and arrived 1st-in - E201, 9, 4, BC1 working.


    June 19th
    -0452hrs - W/F - 1290 E, Stormy Dr (Meridian FD) = E31, 32, 304, C31. Have 1-stry SFD w/ fire in attached garage.


    June 20th - W/F + - 2021 W. Kuna Rd (Kuna FD) = E61, WT61, C61 responded to smoke in area found large 2-stry SFD w/ fire on 2nd floor = E62, R61, M61 filled the alarm = S/C for E421 (Nampa FD).


    Chris Campbell
    [email protected]


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    Buffalo, NY

    6/16/30 10:08

    Working fire at 37 Langmeyer. Smoke showing from the second of a 1 1/2 story frame. Engines 23, 31, 33, trucks 6, 7 and 11.


    6/19/03 03:54
    Working fire at 120 Person. Fire showing from a 1 1/2 story frame. Engines 22, 31, 33, trucks 14, 11 and 5.


    Stay Safe, Christa
    [email protected]


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    Brooklyn, N. Y. 06/21/03 @ 16:15 hrs.
    South Brooklyn area

    Box 518
    address: 538 Henry Street
    between: President St. & Carroll St.

    518 @ 16:17
    Engs. 202, 279, 224
    Lads. 101, 131
    Batt. 32

    10 - 75 - 518 @ 16:21
    TowerLadder 105 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
    Eng. 226
    Rescue Co. #2
    Squad Co. #1
    Batt. 31 Division 11

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

    All - Hands:
    7 - 5 - 518 @ 16:24
    Batt. 32 reports, Box 518, we have a fire in the basement of a 4 story occupied multiple dwelling. 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Fire has been knocked down. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire's Doubtful. Were using the All - Hands.

    @ 16:24
    Batt. 32: Primary search of the floor above is negative. Still have fire in the basement.

    @ 16:28
    Batt. 32: All visible fire has been knocked down. All primary searches are negative. Truck Cos. are "Opening Up" checking for extensions.

    @ 16:30
    Batt. 32: Fire is Probably Will Hold

    @ 16:35
    Division 11: Secondary searches are negative & complete thru out. Fire is UnderControl.


    [email protected]


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    LOS ANGELES, CA - HAZMAT:

    On Saturday, June 21, 2003, at 1637 hours, (4:37 p.m.), fourteen companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, two Battalion Command Teams, eight LAFD Rescue Ambulances, and other support personnel, under the direction of Assistant Chief Gregory West responded to Hazmat incident at 9201 N. Winnetka Avenue in the Northridge area. First units on the scene reported a one-story “Pacific Theater” with approximately thirty individuals standing in front of the theater complaining of a chemical smell within the theater. Three of the thirty patrons complained of headaches and minor throat irritation. All were evaluated and released on the scene. Further investigation by firefighters of the building revealed no hazardous smell or contamination within the structure. There were no transports and the theater was turned over to management for a return to normal operations.

    REPORT PREPARED BY :

    James "Jim" R. Wells
    Firefighter/Specialist
    Public Service Officer
    Los Angeles Fire Department
    200 North Main Street, Room OCD-E423
    Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

    Fax: (213) 485-2708
    LAFD E-Mail: [email protected]
    LAFD Website: http://www.lafd.org


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    6-21-03
    KENOSHA, WI
    Fatal MVA


    At around 2100 hrs. Kenosha Fire was dispatched to Hwy 158 for a report of a MVA. First rig on scene reported a 2 car accident with major damage to both car's entrapment involving 2 adults, three children and one infant. Both drivers were of the vehicle's died as a result of the accident, the children sustained non-life threatening injuries. The infant was properly secured in a car seat and escaped without a scratch. Kenosha PD called the Racine fire Bell's for extra lighting to help light up the scene. Flight For Life was cancelled to the scene, then diverted to Aurora Medical Center. Rig's on scene were; Kenosha Engine's 4, 7, Ladder 4, Med's 4,5,7 Car's; 1 & 2, Pleasant Prairie Met unit 5642. Racine Fire Bell's C-64 & 65. Police involved; Kenosha PD, Kenosha Co. Sheriff's Dept, & State Patrol. It's unknown who was at fault of the accident.


    B. Linstroth
    RFB


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