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    *** America's Fire Paging Notification Network ***
    http://www.carolinasfirepage.com/ifba.htm
    Local & National reports from pager notification networks around the U.S.


    National Paged Incidents
    -compiled by Jamie Joyce

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003
    (Central Time Zone)

    PRINCE WILLIAM CO VA: MVA/with trap Signal Hill Rd/Prince William Pkwy - 2 cars, 1 trapped, 3 total patient's, ALS patient being Medevaced by Helicopter FRFX1, operations on 5D (VFN104) 6:16 am

    PRINCE WILLIAM CO VA FINAL UPDATE: MVA US Rt 15/Loudoun Line - 2 helicopters sent (unknown which) Total of 6 patient's, total of 3E, 4 medics, 1 ambulance, 2BC's (VFN104) 6:22 am

    DETROIT, MI (WAYNE): 19000 block of Ashton. Fire in a dwelling. During overhaul firefighter's found 4 children in the basement with gun shot wounds. 3 DOA and 1 in critical condition. FNNM-600>400 6:43 am

    CLINTON (DEWITT Co.), IL: 0430hrs *3rd Alarm* Fully involved grain elevator fire @ 500 E. Banker St. At least 6 M/A FD's & 2 Aerials in operation. Partial structure collapse. FD's still on scene working. [CIFN*MANY] [STLFN]. 7:06a.m.

    CLINTON (DEWITT Co.), IL: U/D *3rd Alarm* @ 500 E. Banker St. Wood grain elevator 100ft high was fully involved - now on ground. Second exposure building was heavily involved. 7 FD response. FD overhauling at this time. [CIFN*102] [STLFN]. 8:47a.m.

    PERTH AMBOY, NJ (MIDDLESEX): *Second alarm* 1160 State St, fully involved warehouse fire, heavy fire on arrival EAN700 9:28 am

    U/D PERTH AMBOY, NJ (MIDDLESEX): *Second alarm* 1160 State St, warehouse has paint thinners and acetylene tanks, using master streams. Command advising to extinguish building fire first, leave products to burn at this time EAN388/700 9:33a.m.

    SALEM, VA: Multiple alarm fire - True Value Hardware on Main Street. 1 story commercial structure fully involved. VFN 151 onscene (VFN113) 1:20 pm

    U/D SALEM, VA: 3rd alarm, 2913 W Main St, True Value Hardware. 4 ladder pipes + master streams. Hazmat involved, M/A Roanoke City and County. (VFN151) (VFN113) 1:33 pm

    HOWELL TWSP, NJ: *3rd alarm equivalent* Herbetsville Rd at Bluett's Junk Yard. Command has a large fire in a junk yard. Numerous foam units being called to the scene. Fire is involving some type of fuel and multiple vehicles. Extensive M/A to scene and for cover. EAN90 2:25 pm

    (U/D) SALEM, VA: 3rd alarm 2913 W. Main St "True Value Hardware" Fire building is 1 story approximately 60x120, still heavy fire conditions, callback of all off duty personnel, extensive M/A to scene and cover. Long term operations (151/113) (VFN105) 2:32 pm

    OREGON FIREPAGE: CORNELIUS, OR: 3rd alarm commercial structure fire 914 S. Linden St. "Echo Shaw Elementary School" Units onscene Fully involved west wing, ground/roof/aerial operations. School occupants evacuated. Numerous lines stretched out. OFP313 reports loom up in Hillsboro, 10 miles away. [OFP-OR,313,508] 3:55 pm

    2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL LYNNFIELD MA: On Main and Hutchings St Circle Old Jr High School under demolition Co's have heavy smoke showing *482.700* C171/C103 [TAC9-C319] 4:38 pm

    U/D 2ND ALARM LYNNFIELD, MA: Site of former junior high school on Main St. School in process of demolition, heavy fire being knocked down by numerous master streams C171, C102, C319 [TAC9-C768] 4:56 pm

    PERTH AMBOY NJ: 2nd alarm+ - 334 State St... Heavy fire in a furniture store... Off duty recall and mutual aid to work and cover... [EAN] 6:06 pm

    GENERAL ALARM NEW BEDFORD, MA: Area of 2343 Purchase Street - Building well involved with exposure problems - OIC reports master streams in operation. *470.5125* C304/C339 [TAC9-C461] 8:15 pm

    U/D GENERAL ALARM NEW BEDFORD, MA: Area of 2343 Purchase Street - Fire in a large warehouse type building with partial collapse - Fire is under control. C105/C339 [TAC9-C461] 8:55 pm

    LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CA: 2nd alarm brush fire on San Martinez Rd x Borton Dr near Santa Clarita. Fire approximately 7-10 acres with no containment and no structures threatened ATT. Ths is the 3rd fire in area in several hours. FIREPAGE LA-40 11:30 pm


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    - 0224
    Thurston Walnut Twp FD (Fairfield): W/F on Stewart Ave. Structure fire. M/A from Millersport FD for Engine/Tanker. FPO/D276 ©

    - 1644
    Mahoning Twp, PA FD (Lawrence): W/F on Fox Rd. F/I structure. M/A Western Reserve JFD with 2 engines. Aerial on scene. FPO/D323 ©

    - 1648
    Warren Twp FD (Trumbull): (Delayed from 1230) W/F 125 Bain St SW. Chief 47 reports smoke showing from a house. Sta 47, 48, 49, 36 working. FPO/D265 ©

    - 1748
    Lorain FD (Lorain): W/F 5003 West Erie. Chief 1 reports heavy smoke from a 2 sty apt bldg. Possible children trapped. 3 Engines, 1 Truck, Chief 1, LifeCare EMS. Pumper 3 S/C'd. FPO/D700 ©

    - 2006
    Maple Heights FD (Cuyahoga): Rescue Run. 15212 Maple Park Dr. Car vs pedistrian in parking garage. Cos: Eng 2, Sqd 2. MLF # 1 S/C'd. LZ @ St Andrews Church on Maple Park Dr. FPO/D703 ©

    - 2033
    Morin Point, MI FD (Monroe): W/F 6223 Hagman Rd. Sta 39 reports a landfill fire. M/A from Washington Twp FD and Erie Twp FD. Cos: Eng 39-1, 39-2, 39 Brush, Washington Twp FD Eng 721, Command 728, Erie Twp FD Tanker 27. FPO/D722 ©

    - 2115
    Harmony Twp FD (Clark): Working Incident. FD & PD checking township for missing person. CareFlight Helo S/C'd to assist. All Sta 76 units working. Command req OSP with FLIR system. FPO/D276 ©


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

    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2003

    ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

    @ 01:33
    BROOKLYN: W/F BOX 1725 aof 415 NEW JERSEY AVE x BLAKE / SUTTER AVES. FIRE IN A 3 BK 25 x 60 OMD. L-120 FAST [MNS342]

    @ 01:36
    U/D BROOKLYN: W/F BOX 1725 aof 415 NEW JERSEY AVE x BLAKE / SUTTER AVES. FIRE IN A 3 BK 25 x 60 OMD. PUTTING L-120 TO WORK AS A TOWER LADDER, S/C ADD FAST TK [ L-176] [MNS342]

    @ 01:40
    BROOKLYN: 7-5-1725 aof 415 NEW JERSEY AVE x BLAKE/SUTTER AVES. FIRE IN A 3 BK 20 x 80 VACANT MD. EXTERIOR OPERATION. 1 HL & 1 TL IN OPERATION L176 FAST [MNS342]

    @ 01:46
    U/D BROOKLYN: 7-5-1725 aof 415 NEW JERSEY AVE x BLAKE / SUTTER AVES. FIRE IN A 3 BK 20 x 80 VACANT MD. EXTERIOR OPERATION. 1 HL & 1 TL IN OPERATION, FIRE POSS INTO EXPOSURE. S/C ADD ENG / TK [MNS342]

    @ 02:03
    FINAL BROOKLYN: 7-5-1725 aof 415 NEW JERSEY AVE x BLAKE / SUTTER AVES. FIRE IN A 3 BK 20 x 80 VACANT MD. D-15 REPORTS FIRE IS K/D & PWH, WILL OPERATE WITH 3E / 2T, ALL OTHER UNITS RELEASED [MNS342]

    @ 18:30
    MANHATTAN: 7-5-1775 aof 564 W 189 ST x AUDOBON / ST NICHOLAS AVES. FIRE 1st FL STORE OF A 6 BK OMD. EX ENG / TK S/C [E-43 / L-49] L-34 FAST. 4E / 3T ON BOX DUE TO CALLS. ALL HANDS AS THEY ARRIVE. [MNS342]

    @ 18:34
    U/D MANHATTAN: 7-5-1775 aof 564 W 189 ST x AUDOBON / ST NICHOLAS AVES. B-13 REPORTS HEAVY FIRE 1st FL STORE OF A 6 BK 100 x 100 OMD. 2 LINES S/O L-33 SENT AS AN ADD TK AS L-49 DELAYED DUE TO HEAVY TRAFFIC. L-34 FAST. [MNS342]

    @ 18:44
    U/D MANHATTAN: 7-5-1775 aof 564 W189 ST x AUDOBON / ST NICHOLAS AVES. B-13 REPORTS FIRE 1st FL STORE OF A 6 BK 100 x 100 OMD. ALL VIS FIRE IS K/D, SEARCHES NEG, FIRE IS PWH [MNS342]

    @ 20:28
    QUEENS: W/F BOX 7549 aof 22-60 43 ST. FIRE TOP FL OF A 2 STY PD. B-49 I/C [MNS085]

    @ 20:31
    QUEENS: 7-5-7549 aof 22-60 43 ST x DITMARS BLVD. FIRE ON TOP FL OF A 2 FRAME 30 x 60 PD. 1 LINE BEING STRETCHED. TRUCKS SEARCHING. L-163 FAST. B-49 I/C [MNS085/142]

    @ 20:35
    U/D QUEENS: 7-5-7549 aof 22-60 43 ST x DITMARS BLVD. FIRE TOP FL OF A 2 FR 30 x 60 PD. B-49 RPTs PRIM SRCH FIRE APT & FL IS NEG [MNS085/142]

    @ 20:44
    U/D QUEENS: 7-5-7549 aof 22-60 43 ST x DITMARS BLVD. FIRE TOP FL OF A 2 FR 30 x 60 PD. D-14 RPTs PRIM SRCH NEG THRUOUT. FIRE IS U/C [MNS085/142]

    @ 23:26
    QUEENS: 7-5-7593 aof 47-11 21st AVE x 47 ST. (ASTORIA). B-49 REPORTS USED A/H'S FOR FIRE ON #2 FL OF A 2 BK 25 x 60 PRI DWG. ALL VIS FIRE IS K/D, RETURN ALL SPEC UNITS. FIRE IS PWH L-116 FAST [MNS342]


    WESCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y.

    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2003

    ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

    @ 01:13
    NEW ROCHELLE [WESTCHESTER] W/F 88 NORTH AVE x MEMORIAL HIGHWAY / SICKLES AVE. HOUSE FIRE. ADD TK [L-13] TO THE FIRE [MNS342]

    @ 01:16
    NEW ROCHELLE [WESTCHESTER] W/F 88 NORTH AVE x MEMORIAL HIGHWAY / SICKLES AVE. HOUSE FIRE. ADD TK [L-13] TO THE FIRE [MNS342]

    @ 02:04
    U/D NEW ROCHELLE [WESTCHESTER] W/F 88 NORTH AVE x MEMORIAL HIGHWAY / SICKLES AVE. HOUSE FIRE, ALL COS STILL WORKING [MNS342]


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

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    MVA QUINCY,MA RTE. 93 SB NEAR FURNACE BROOK PKWY ENGINE 5 USING THE JAWS MILTON FD ALSO ON SCENE *483.5375* C171 [TAC9-C520]. 7:55a.m.

    MVA HARRISON ME ROUTE 117 MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT HEAD TRAMA LIFEFLIGHT LIFTING OFF *154.07* C150 [TAC9-C88]. 10:10a.m.

    MVA BELLINGHAM MA ON SOUTH MAIN ST (RTE 126) AT ELM ST GARBAGE TRUCK VS CAR REQ FOR THE JAWS *483.3875* C103 [TAC9-C319]. 2:08p.m.

    U/D MVA BELLINGHAM MA ON SOUTH MAIN ST (RTE 126) AT ELM ST GARBAGE TRUCK VS CAR NOW REQ FOR LIFEFLIGHT L/Z WILL BE THE SCHOOL ON SOUTH MAIN ST JAWS ARE WORKING *483.3875* C103 O/S [TAC9-C319]. 2:15p.m.

    U/D MVA BELLINGHAM MA ON SOUTH MAIN ST (RTE 126) AT ELM ST GARBAGE TRUCK VS CAR CO'S NOW HAVE THE VICTIM REMOVED FROM THE CAR 1-10-45 CODE 2+ TAKEING TO L/Z *483.3875* C103 O/S [TAC9-C319]. 2:19p.m.

    MVA YORK BEACH ME CLARK RD & CAPE NEDDICK RD M/A YORK VILLAGE FD W/THE JAWS *154.265* C101 [TAC9-C642]. 3:15p.m.

    MVA STANDISH ME RT25 (2) 1045-C2 ENTRAPPED M/A JAWS FROM GORHAM AND LIMINGTON *154.1000* C220 [TAC9-C33]. 3:55p.m.

    MVA FITCHBURG MA 431 WATER ST REQ FOR LADDER AND SQUAD JAWS WORKING *154.25* [TAC9-C304]. 4:09p.m.

    WATER RESCUE OFF THE COAST OF OLD ORCHARD BEACH; 19 FOOT BOAT TAKING ON WATER WITH 3 PEOPLE ON BOARD 1 MILE EAST OF THE PIER. COAST GUARD, SCARBOROUGH AND BIDDEFORD SENDING RESCUE BOATS *154.130/154.250* C301/C220 [TAC9-C33]. 4:17p.m.

    MVA HAZ-MAT KITTERY ME I-95 S/B ON THE HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE, 2 CAR MVA 10 LB CAN OF ZYLEAN SPILL (HIGHLY EXPLOSIVE) MULTI 1045s M/A HAZMAT TEAMS & RESCUES RESPONDING 1 AMBULANCE CONTAMINATED *153.770/154.280* C101 O/S C220 [TAC9-C33]. 5:04p.m.

    U/D MVA HAZ-MAT KITTERY ME I-95 S/B ON THE HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE, 2 CAR MVA 10 LB CAN OF XYLENE (CORRECT SPELLING) SPILLED (HIGHLY EXPLOSIVE) SCENE IS U/C (1) 1045 TRANSPORTED *153.770/154.280* C101 O/S C220 [TAC9-C33]. 5:17p.m.

    2ND ALARM ARRIVAL LYNNFIELD MA ON MAIN & HUTCHINGS ST CIRCLE OLD JR HIGH SCHOOL UNDER DEMOLITION CO'S HAVE HVY SMOKE SHOWING *482.700* C171/C103 [TAC9-C319]. 5:38p.m.

    U/D 2ND ALARM LYNNFIELD, MA SITE OF FORMER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ON MAIN ST. SCHOOL IN PROCESS OF DEMOLITION, HEAVY FIRE BEING K/D BY NUMEROUS MASTER STREAMS C171, C102, C319 [TAC9-C768]. 5:55p.m.

    W/F NEW BEDFORD, MA. ON PURCHASE STREET-BUILDING WELL INVOLVED WITH EXPOSURE PROBLEMS-OIC REPORTS MASTER STREAMS IN OPERATION. *470.5125* C304/C339 [TAC9-C461]. 9:11p.m.

    GENERAL ALARM NEW BEDFORD, MA. AREA OF 2343 PURCHASE STREET-BUILDING WELL INVOLVED WITH EXPOSURE PROBLEMS-OIC REPORTS MASTER STREAMS IN OPERATION. *470.5125* C304/C339 [TAC9-C461]. 9:15p.m.

    MVA BUXTON, ME. 100 RANKIN STREET-JAWS IN USE-REQUEST FOR 2ND SET OF JAWS TO THE SCENE. *460.600* C220/C603 [TAC9-C461]. 9:46p.m.

    U/D GENERAL ALARM NEW BEDFORD, MA. AREA OF 2343 PURCHASE STREET-FIRE IN A LARGE WAREHOUSE TYPE BUILDING WITH PARTIAL COLLAPSE-FIRE IS UNDER CONTROL. C105/C339 [TAC9-C461]. 9:56p.m.

    ACW CONCORD NH 60 CENTRE ST 2-FAMILY DWELLING PORCH FIRE EXTD W/MINOR EXTENSION TO ATTIC 2-LINES OPER 3ENG/1LAD/2RSQ *154.355/154.235* [TAC9-C642]. 10:06p.m.

    MVA AVON CT RTE 44 & DALE RD 2-CARS INVOLVED - 1 CAR ON ITS SIDE W/1 PERSON EJECTED LIFESTAR ENRTE - L/Z ON RTE 44 IN A SHOPPING PLAZA LOT *460.575* [TAC9-C55]. 10:35p.m.


    TAC-9 RADIO & PAGING
    301 N. Main Street Suite #9
    Randolph, MA 02368
    Telephone (781)986-6463
    Fax (781)986-9843
    Toll-Free (888)TAC-NINE
    http://www.TAC9.com

    Steve Hooke, President
    E-mail to: [email protected]


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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]

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    VA BEACH, VA MVA W/TRAP LYNNHAVEN PKWY AND WOODBRIDGE DR. L16 AND FSQ3 ENROUTE. (VFN09). 7:01a.m.

    PRINCE WILLIAM CO, VA: MVA/MCI W/EJECTION - RT 15 @ LOUDOUN CO LINE. TOTAL OF 5 PTS, 2 ALS VIA MEDEVAC. MULTIPLE LOUDOUN CO UNITS ASSISTING. OPS 5C/6D (104vm) (VFN102). 7:12a.m.

    PRINCE WILLIAM CO - MVA/WTRAP SIGNAL HIL RD/PRINCE WILLIAM PKWY - 2 CARS, 1 TRAPPED, 3 TOTAL PT'S, ALS PT BEING MEDEVACED BY HELO FRFX1, OPERATIONS ON 5D (VFN104). 7:17a.m.

    VA BEACH, VA LYNNHAVEN PKWY U/D: PATIENT EXTRICATED. (2) ALS BY GROUND. (VFN09). 7:21a.m.

    PRINCE WILLIAM CO MVA US RT 15/LOUDOUN LINE - FINAL UPDATE - 2 HELOS SENT (UNK WHICH) TOTAL OF 6 PT'S, TOTAL OF 3E, 4MEDICS, 1 AMB, 2BC'S (VFN104). 7:23a.m.

    Multiple Alarm Fire - Salem ,VA - True Value Hardware on Main Street. 1 sty Comm Structure Fully Involved. VFN 151 O/S (VFN 151) (VFN113). 2:20p.m.

    U/D SALEM, VA - 3RD ALM, 2913 W MAIN ST, TRUE VALUE HA.RDWARE. 4 LADDER PIPES + MASTER STRMS. HAZMAT INV, M/A ROANOKE CITY AND COUNTY. (VFN151) (VFN113). 2:32p.m.

    (U/D) SALEM, VA: 3rd ALARM 2913 W. MAIN ST "TRUE VALUE HARDWARE" FIRE BLDG IS 1 STY APROX 60x120, STILL HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS. CALLBACK OF ALL OFF DUTY PERSONNEL. EXTENSIVE M/A TO SCENE & COVER. LONG TERM OPS (151/113) (VFN102). 3:34p.m.


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    (EAN) Emergency Action Network
    http://www.ean-inc.com/
    Covering New Jersey, New York Metro area and
    parts of Pennsylvania & Delaware.

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    U/D QUEENS NY, **3RD ALARM** BOX-4623 39-60 60TH ST. S/C AN ADD 1 & 1 FOR RELIEF. FIRE NOW U/C. STAFF * EAN301. 12:39a.m.

    BROOKLYN NY, **ALL HANDS** BOX-1725 415 NEW JERSEY AVE NEAR BLAKE AVE. FIRE IN A VACANT 3STY 20X80 MULTIPLE DWELLING. DWH. EAN301. 1:41a.m.

    U/D BROOKLYN NY, **ALL HANDS** BOX-1725 415 NEW JERSEY AVE. FIRE THROUGH THR ROOF OF A 3STY VACANT MULTIPLE DWELLING. EXTENSION TO BOTH EXPOSURES. DWH. EAN301. 1:52a.m.

    POINT PLEASANT,NJ (OCEAN) *W/S/F* 1006 HARDINGBERG COVE. CMD HAS A W/F IN THE BASEMENT OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. M/A FAST TEAM FROM BRICK TWSP. EAN14/ EAN90. 4:14a.m.

    U/D POINT PLEASANT,NJ CORRECT LOCATION IS 1006 HARDENBERGH AVE. CMD RPT'ING MAIN BODY OF FIRE IS K/D. UNITS IN THE PROCESS OF VENTALATING THE STRUCTURE. EAN14/ EAN90. 4:38a.m.

    MAYWOOD NJ, (BERGEN) **GAS LEAK** ON PROSPECT ST. EVACUATION OF A BUILDING AND A STREET AREA DUE TO A LARGE GAS LEAK. EAN301. 10:04a.m.

    WEST WINDSOR NJ (MERCER) *HAZMAT/LEAK* MERCER CO COMM. COLLEGE. LARGE PROPANE TANK LEAKING. EMS/FD O/S AREA EVAC'D EAN252 EAN503. 10:15a.m.

    U/D WEST WINDSOR NJ (MERCER) *HAZMAT/LEAK* MERCER CO COMM. COLLEGE. 20X10 PROPANE TANK LEAKING. EMS/FD/HAZMAT O/S AREA EVAC'D M/A COVER. EAN252 EAN503. 10:21a.m.

    PERTH AMBOY.NJ (MIDDLESEX) *SECOND ALARM* 1160 STATE ST, FULLY INVOLVED WAREHOUSE FIRE, HEAVY FIRE ON ARRIVAL EAN700. 10:30a.m.

    U/D PERTH AMBOY,NJ (MIDDLESEX) *SECOND ALARM* 1160 STATE ST, WAREHOUSE HAS PAINT THINNERS AND ACETYLENE TANKS, USING MASTER STREAMS. COMMAND ADVISING TO EXTINGUISH BUILDING FIRE FIRST, LEAVE PRODUCTS TO BURN AT THIS TIME EAN388 EAN700. 10:33a.m.

    U/D PERTH AMBOY,NJ (MIDDLESEX) *SECOND ALARM* 1160 STATE ST, FIRE UNDER CONTROL AT THIS TIME EAN388 EAN700. 10:43a.m.

    TINTON FALLS NJ (MONMOUTH CY) *HAZMAT* BRIDLE PATH IN FOX CHASE. STRUCK GAS MAIN EAN27* EAN808. 2:03p.m.

    HOWELL TWSP,NJ (MONMOUTH) *W/F* HEBERTSVILLE RD. @ BLUETT'S JUNK YARD. CMD HAS A FUEL FIRE AND MULTIPLE VEHICLES ON FIRE IN A JUNK YARD. M/A TO SCENE AND FOR COVER. SMOKE IS VISABLE FOR MILES. EAN27/NJ275/ EAN90. 2:38p.m.

    U/D HOWELL,NJ CMD RQST'ING A NJFFS PALNE TO MAKE WATER DROPS. EXTENSIVE M/A BEING CALLED TO THE SCENE. CMD NOW RPT'ING ACCESS PROBLEMS. EAN27/NJ275/ EAN90. 2:50p.m.

    U/D HOWELL,NJ *GENERAL ALARM* CMD IS NOW RQST'ING ALL FIRE CO'S IN THE TOWNSHIP TO THE SCENE. MULTIPLE SUPPLY LINES BEING LAIDED. EAN27/NJ275/ EAN90. 2:56p.m.

    ELIZABETH **WORKING FIRE**ON MORRIS AVE FIRE IN A UNKNOWN TYPE STRUCTURE E6 LINNING IN AND TRUCK CO'S GOING TO WORK S/C PD FOR CROWD CONTROL EAN685. 3:10p.m.

    U/D HOWELL,NJ CMD RQST'ING THE MONMOUTH FOAM TASK FORCE. CMD ADVISING THAT THIS WILL BE A EXTENDED OPERATION. MORE M/A HAS BEE CALLED TO SCENE. FIRE SOUNDS DWH. EAN27/252/503/NJ275/ EAN90. 3:14p.m.

    U/D ELIZABETH **WORKING FIRE** ON MORRIS AVE FIRE IN A BAKERY MAIN BODY OF FIRE K/D WITH 1ST H/L CO'S USING CAMERA'S TO CHECK FOR EXTENSION S/C HEALTH AND BUILDING DEPT TO THE SCENE FIRE PWH EAN685. 3:22p.m.

    NEWARK DE (NEW CASTLE) ADMIRAL CLUB APTS ON FAIRWAY RD APT 2C W/S/F CHIEF O/S RPTS SMOKE SHOWING REQ 1ST IN ENG TO LAY LDH FROM THE HYDRANT. RIT DISPATCHED. EAN23. 3:24p.m.

    U/D HOWELL TWSP,NJ *GENERAL ALARM / 3RD ALARM EQUIV* CMD HAS A LARGE FIRE IN A JUNK YARD. NUMEROUS FOAM UNITS BEING CALLED TO THE SCENE. FIRE IS INVOLVING SOME TYPE OF FUEL AND MULTIPLE VEHICLES. EXETENSIVE M/A TO SCENE AND FOR COVER. EANSTAFF/ EAN90. 3:25p.m.

    U/D NEWARK DE (NEW CASTLE) ADMIRAL CLUB APTS ON FAIRWAY RD APT 2C W/S/F CREWS HAVE 1 LINE I/S REQ NEXT IN CREW CHECK APT ABOVE FOR EXT. EAN23. 3:28p.m.

    U/D HOWELL TWSP,NJ CMD RPT'ING THAT THAT THE FIRE IS NOW IN A 25X75 SEWAGE PLANT. FIRE IS ALSO THREATENING POWER LINES. FIRE IS STILL DWH. NJ275 O/S. EANSTAFF/ EAN90. 3:43p.m.

    FINAL U/D NEWARK DE (NEW CASTLE) ADMIRAL CLUB APTS ON FAIRWAY RD APT 2C W/S/F CHIEF RPTS FIRE IS U/C HOLDING UNITS O/S RIT RELEASED. FIRE POLICE REQUESTED FOR TRAFFIC AND CROWD CONTROL. EAN23. 3:45p.m.

    U/D HOWELL TWSP,NJ CMD IS STARTING TO USE TOWER LADDERS AND MULTIPLE 2.5 HANDLINES. CMD RPT'ING THAT MEMBERS ARE STARTING FOAM OPERATIONS AS WELL. NJ275 O/S. EANSTAFF/ EAN90. 4:04p.m.

    U/D HOWELL TWSP,NJ CMD RPT'ING THAT THE BULK OF FIRE IS K/D. M/A COMPANIES ARE STARTING TO BE RELEASED. OVERHUAL IS GOING TO BE A EXTENDED OPERATIO. NJ275 O/S. EANSTAFF/ EAN90. 4:27p.m.

    MANHATTAN NY, **APPARATUS MVA** 9TH AVE AT 19TH ST. LADDER 12 INVOLVED IN AN MVA WITH CIVILIAN AUTO. 1 FF INJURY REPORTED. EAN301. 4:51p.m.

    PERTH AMBOY NJ (MIDD) W/F - 334 STATE ST...FIRE IN A FURNITURE STORE...HEAVY SMOKE SHOWING FROM REAR OF BUILDING... EAN44. 6:29p.m.

    PERTH AMBOY - 2ND ALARM SOUNDED - 334 STATE ST...HEAVY FIRE IN A FURNITURE STORE...FIRE IS DWH...M/A REQUESTED...RESCUE PROBLEMS IN THE EXPOSURES... EAN44. 6:33p.m.

    PERTH AMBOY - 2ND ALARM UPDATE - 334 STATE ST...HEAVY FIRE CONDITIONS IN A FURNITURE STORE...OFF DUTY RECALL...FD SETTING UP FOR MASTER STREAM ATTACK....FIRE IS VER DWH....M/A TO WORK & COVER...EAN700/ EAN44. 6:44p.m.

    PERTH AMBOY - UPDATE - 334 STATE ST...RESCUE REPORTS FIRE IN REAR DARKENED DOWN, BUT STILL NEED ROOF OPENED...STILL HAVE HIGH HEAT/HEAVY SMOKE...FIRE REMAINS DWH...STAFF/ EAN44. 6:48p.m.

    PATERSON NJ W/F SUMMIT AV & HAMILTON AV FIRE IN A VAC 3 STY DWELLING EAN301// EAN10. 7:01p.m.

    PERTH AMBOY - UPDATE - 2ND ALARM - 344 STATE ST...ALL VISIBLE FIRE IS K/D...STILL HAVE HEAVY SMOKE PUSHING FROM COCKLOFT....FIRE STILL REMAINS DWH...EAN STAFF/ EAN44. 7:09p.m.

    U/D PATERSON NJ, (PASSAIC) **WORKING FIRE** SUMMER AND HAMILTON. FIRE ON ALL FLOORS OF A VACANT 3BRK MULTIPLE DWELLING. VISIBLE FIRE K/D. PWH. EAN301. 7:11p.m.

    PERTH AMBOY - FINAL - 2ND ALARM+ - 334 STATE ST...FIRE IS U/C...HOLDING ALL UNITS FOR EXTENSIVE OVERHAUL....EAN STAFF/ EAN44. 7:41p.m.


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    Working Fires & greater, MVA's, EMS, PD, Haz-mat incidents in Greater Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Buffalo, NY.

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003
    (Eastern Time Zone)

    TORONTO (CANADA) Report:

    TORONTO, SERIOUS PI, YONGE & NEWTON, 2 CAR MVC WITH 3 PEDESTRIANS STRUCK, 1 SERIOUS. N1/32DIV. TFN315. (tf) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 12:51p.m.

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    CANADA Report:

    CLARINGTON, ON. RESCUE, 28 PRINCE RUPERT DR. BACKHOE ROLLOVER, 1 TRAPPED. TAC 1. TFN315. (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 7:04p.m.

    HAMILTON, ON. WF, 385 CONSESSION 11 E. CONF. BARN FIRE, FIRE IN WALLS. 3 PUMPS, 3 TANKERS, 2 SUPP. UNITS E/R. TAC 3. TFN315. (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 11:19p.m.

    HAMILTON UPDATE PUMP 28 CANCELLING ALL UNITS IT WAS INSULATION SMOLDERING ALL UNITS 10-19 (TFN475) (ca) [TORONTO FIRENET-TAC9]. 11:36p.m.


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    STLFN - ST. LOUIS FIRENET -
    Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.
    -compiled by Jamie Joyce

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003
    (Central Time Zone)

    STLFN: ST. LOUIS, MO: STLFD has a working still alarm for a fire in the basement at 3419 Park. BC 802 reports a small fire in the basement and requests Amerenue to the scene. /STL819 9:55 pm


    http://www.geocities.com/debader21/stlfn.html


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

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003
    (Central Time Zone)

    CIFN-2ND ALARM: CLINTON IL (DeWITT): Fully involved elevator fire/ 500 E. Banker/ Wapella, Merioa, Kenny, and Hickory Point M/A. CIFN*1 (H/L CIFN*125) 4:03 am

    CIFN-3RD ALARM: CLINTON IL (DeWITT): Fully involved elevator fire/ 500 E. Banker/ 6 M/A departments ATT/ Partial structure collapse. CIFN*1 (H/L CIFN*125,724) (CIFN*102 on scene) 4:34 am

    CIFN-3RD ALARM: CLINTON IL (DeWITT): Fully involved elevator fire/ 500 E. Banker/ M/A Weldon, Farmer City, Wapella and Kenny (Macon) Meroa and Hickory Point. 2 aerials operating ATT CIFN*1 (H/L CIFN*125,724) (CIFN*102 onscene) 4:42 am

    CIFN-U/D: CLINTON, IL (DeWITT): Structure was fully involved wood building approximately 100 ft high/ Building collapsed/ Secondary exposure was also heavily involved/ 7 FD response/ Clinton Ambulance for standby/ State fire marshal onscene/ Clinton FD still onscene for overhaul/ CIFN*102 8:16 am

    CIFN-FIRE: WARRENSBURG IL (MACON): Still alarm train derailment at 2300 Rt. 121 creating a brush fire. Warrensburg FD with Decatur FD M/A. CIFN*125 5:16 pm

    KANSAS CITY, MO: 1st alarm fire at 3337 Indiana x Linwood. Fire showing from apartment building. Car104/105 P17 P18 P24 R11 R31 T2 T5 [KCFN-02] 6:51 pm

    U/D KANSAS CITY, MO: 1st alarm at 3337 Indiana x Linwood. 2 lines off on a 2 story apartment building. S/C R9 to scene as RIT. [KCFN-02] 6:55 pm

    KANSAS CITY, MO: The 1st alarm at corrected address of 3335-3337 Indiana has been struck out b/o Car105. 3 lines used, fire under control. Inv228 onscene. [KCFN-02] 7:01 pm

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    Indianapolis area incidents:

    Wednesday, August 20, 2003.

    (Eastern Standard Time)

    PIKE TWP., INDIANA: 03:00 2ND ALARM 4500 CANDLETREE 3STY APT BLDG. 7 APTS GUTTED. 2 FF INJURIES. M/A INDY EG30 L14 L30 WASHINGTON TWP EG224. [INDY-12]. 6:26a.m.


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


    Brooklyn, N. Y. 08/20/03 @ 01:30 hrs.

    East New York Section

    Box 1725
    address: 415 New Jersey Ave.
    between: Sutter Ave. & Blake Ave.

    1725 @ 01:27
    Engs. 290, 332, 231
    Lads. 103, 175
    Batt. 44

    10 - 75 - 1725 @ 01:31
    Towerladder 120 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
    Eng. 283
    Rescue Co. #2
    Squad Co. #252
    Batt. 39 Division 15

    Fire Building:
    3 Story Frame 20 x 80 Vacant dwelling
    Surrounding Properties:
    Exp. #1: Is a street
    Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach vacant
    Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
    Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach occupied

    @ o1:35
    Batt. 44 reports, were putting TowerLadder 120 to work. Were going to use the Towerladder. Special Call another "Fast" Truck " K "

    @ 01:35 Ladder 176 is s/c as the "New" "FAST" Truck

    All - Hands:
    7 - 5 - 1725 @ 01:38
    Batt. 44 reports, Box 1725, Were using All - hands for a fire in a vacant 3 story dwelling. This will be an exterior operation. Fire's Doubtful " K "

    @ 01:42
    Division 15: Special Call an additional Engine & Truck. We have fire thru out a 3 story vacant bldg. Possible extensions into Exp. #4.

    @01:42 Engine 236 & Towerladder 170 are s/c

    @ 01:57
    Division 15: At Box 1725, Fire is darkening down. Were going to keep it Doubtful.

    @ 02:08
    Division 15: Box 1725, Fire is contained to the one bldg. Fire is darkening down. By orders of Deputy Chief Quinn, Div. 15, Probably Will Hold.

    @ 02:19
    Division 15: Box 1725, By orders of Deputy Chief Quinn, Fire is UnderControl. Have completed outside operations. Searches are completed and are negative.23

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    Manhattan, N. Y. 08/20/03 @ 18:30 hrs.
    Inwood Section

    Box 1775
    address: 564 West 189th. Street
    between: Audubon Ave. & St. Nicholas Ave.

    1775 @ 18:21
    Engs. 93, 45, 67, 84*
    Lads. 45, 36, 59*
    Batt. 13, 19*
    Rescue Co. #3*
    Squad Co. #41*
    * 4 Engs. / 3 Tks. / 2 B.C. / Rescue & Squad due to NUMOROUS Calls !

    10 - 75 - 1775 @ 18:25
    Ladder 34 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
    Division 7

    Fire Building:
    6 Story Brick 100 x 100 Comm. / O. M. D.
    Surrounding Properties:
    Exp. #1: Is a Street
    Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
    Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
    Exp. #4: Is an Alleyway

    All - Hands:
    7 - 5 - 1775 @ 18:26
    Batt. 13 reports on arrival will be using All - Hands. We have a heavy fire condition in a 1st. floor store with a multiple dwelling above. Further particulars to follow.

    @ 18:27
    Special Call an additional Engine & Truck. Eng. 43 & Towerladder 33 are s/c

    @ 18:29
    Batt. 13 reports, At Box 1775, were using All - Hands for a heavy fire condition in a 1st. floor store, in a 6 story occupied multiple dwelling above. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Truck's are "Opening Up" Searches are being made. Fire is Doubtful Will Hold.

    @ 18:35
    Batt. 13: We have 2 - lines stretched, 2 - lines in operation. Primary search of the 3rd. floor is complete and negative. Primary search of the 2nd. floor is complete & negative. Still Doubtful.

    @ 18:39
    Division 7: At the All - Hands Box 1775, We have 2 - lines stretched & in operation. All visible fire has been knocked down. Primary search of the 1st. floor is complete & negative. Truck's are "Opening Up" Fire is Probably Will Hold.

    @ 18:45
    Division 7: At 1775, Secondary searches of the floors above are all negative. Secondary search of the 1st. floor store will be delayed due to excessive overhauling. " K "

    @ 18:53
    Division 7: At Box 1775, Secondary searches are completed thru out and are negative. Fire is now UnderControl.

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    Queens, N. Y. 08/20/03 @ 20:30 hrs.
    Steinway Section

    Box 7549
    address: 22 - 60 43rd. Street
    between: Ditmars Blvd. & 23rd. Road

    7549 @ 20:23
    Engs. 312, 263, 262
    Lads. 117, 154
    Batt. 49

    10 - 75 - 7549 @ 20:26
    TowerLadder 163 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
    Eng. 307
    Rescue Co. #4
    Squad Co. #288
    Batt. 45 Division 14

    Fire Building:
    2 Story Frame 30 x 60 P. D.
    Surrounding Properties:
    Exp. #1: Is a Street
    Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
    Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
    Exp. #4: Is a Simialr Type attach

    All - Hands:
    7 - 5 - 7549 @ 20:30
    Batt. 49 reports, At Box 7549, were going to use All - Hands for a fire on the top floor of a 2 story frame private dwelling. We have 1 - line stretched & in operation. A 2nd. line is being stretched as a precautionary. Truck's are "Opening Up" Searches are underway. Fire's Doubtful.

    @ 20:34
    Batt. 49: At Box 7549, All visible fire has been knocked down. 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Primary search of the Fire Apt. and the top floor is negative. Probably Will Hold

    @ 20:42
    Division 14: Box 7549, Primary search is negative thru out. Secondary searches are in - progress. Fire is UnderControl.

    @ 20:49
    Division 14: Secondary searches are negative thru out. Division 14 is 10 - 8, Batt. 49 is the Incident Commander " K "


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    LOS ANGELES, CA:
    GREATER ALARM STRUCTURE FIRE:


    On Wednesday, August 20, 2003 at 1630 Hours (4:30 PM PDT), fifteen Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, five LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one EMS Battalion Captain and four Battalion Officer Command Teams, all under the direction of Assistant Chief Roxanne Bercik responded to a Greater Alarm Structure Fire at 3923 West Jefferson Boulevard in Jefferson Park. The first Company to arrive reported heavy smoke showing to the rear-central portion of a block-long row of combination one- and two-story masonry buildings. In a well-synchronized display of teamwork, Firefighters tenaciously took to the roof to effect arduous yet precise vertical ventilation, while their colleagues deftly forced entry and extended handlines deep within the well-involved one-story structure. This swift and effective action prevented fire from spreading to the half-dozen or more adjoined occupancies, which included several apartments. Despite the well-advanced fire and structural compromise, Firefighters had the flames under control in less than 29 minutes without Firefighter injury. An 86 year-old male epileptic residing in an apartment just east of the fire experienced a sudden seizure after minor smoke inhalation. Described in fair condition, he was transported to Brotman Medical Center by LAFD Paramedics. Fire related loss to Galice, Inc. a plastering contractor, is estimated at $240,000 ($175,000 structure & $65,000 contents), while the cause of the fire is categorized as undetermined.


    HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVESTIGATION:

    On Wednesday, August 20, 2003 at 1821 Hours (6:21 PM PDT), five Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, including an LAFD Hazardous Materials Task Force, three LAFD Rescue Ambulances, and one EMS Battalion Captain under the direction of 15th Battalion Commander Robert Rose, responded to a Hazardous Materials Investigation in the 19800 block of Parthenia Street in Winnetka. Dispatched to a traffic collision, the first Company arrived quickly to discover an overturned pickup truck with its sizeable cargo of swimming pool chemicals spilled upon the pavement. With respect for the light but prevailing wind, Firefighters immediately established a viable perimeter, Command and staging, while summoning a Fire Department Hazardous Materials team. Parthenia Street was closed to all traffic, while those residents immediately adjacent were directed to shelter in place within their homes. With a cadre of Police officers standing by to assist with any formal evacuation, LAFD Hazmat experts mitigated the hazard with celerity, quickly minimizing any danger from the 20-plus gallons of Chlorine, 16 Gallons of Muriatic Acid and 50 gallons of Soda Ash that had spilled and mingled on the asphalt roadway. As Police, Health and Street Maintenance officials developed a collective plan to restore the roadway, LAFD Paramedics further examined the pickup driver. Following his medical assessment and consultation, the 43 year-old man was taken to Northridge Hospital Medical Center for further evaluation. The incident was subsequently turned over to the Los Angeles County Health Department to handle to conclusion.


    REPORTS PREPARED BY :

    Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,

    Brian Humphrey
    Firefighter/Specialist
    Public Service Officer
    Los Angeles Fire Department
    200 North Main Street, Room OCD - E423
    Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

    E-Mail: [email protected]
    LAFD Website: http://www.lafd.org


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    ST. LOUIS, MO: The Great Fire Engine Rally will be held downtown (Market and Tucker Sts); Sunday, Sept 7th, 2003. Fire Engine Parade at 10 am (lights and sirens) with displays, flea-martket and games afterwards. [STLFN]


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