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10/21/2011 10-76/Second Alarm Manhattan Box 54
« on: October 21, 2011, 07:53:04 PM »
W/S BROADWAY OPP PINE ST

120 Broadway

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17:40  Report of a fire on the 28th floor of a 41 story commercial,  167x310

Reports of heavy smoke conditions and difficulty finding source of fire
« Last Edit: October 21, 2011, 11:13:30 PM by kfd274 »

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10/21/2011 10-76/Second Alarm Manhattan Box 54
« on: October 21, 2011, 07:53:04 PM »

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Re: 10/22/2011 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2011, 07:57:58 PM »
Address: 120 Broadway

(other boxes out, L15, L6, E9 not available)

Box 54, probably:
E10, E6, E4, E7
L10, TL1
B1

10-76-0054
L20 Fast, L15 (assigned when available above the 10-76)
E202 Lobby Control
E55 CRFD
E33 w/ High Rise 1
B6 Safety
B31
D1
RB, SB
TAC1
Command Tactical 1
Mask Service Unit
RAC1
Field Comm 1
Car 4 David

Brooklyn Companies on boxes 9031 and 9032
E205, E279
L110, L101
B35, B32

17:58 hours duration 28 minutes
D1: (inaudible) We have a heavy smoke condition, still searching for the fire, doubtfull.
Car 4 David 10-84

18:25 hours
2-2-10-76-0054
FC1: Progress report for the 10-76 box 54, 120 Broadway, fire on the 28th floor of a 41 storey, 167x310 class 1 building, at this time Car 4 David Chief Pfeifer reports main body of the fire has been knocked down, primary searches are in progress, trucks are opening up checking for extensions, Chief Pfeifer at this time is transmitting the 2nd alarm for heavy smoke conditions.

E14, E5, E224, E24
L5, TL18
B48, B40
B7 Resource Unit Leader
B33 Air Recon Chief
R2
E207 w/ Satellite 6
D11

Staging for a third alarm if required would be Broadway at Fulton Street.

18:45 hours
FC1: Special call two additional truck companies above the 2nd alarm
TL9, L11 s/c

18:56 hours duration 1 hour and 2 minutes
Progress report given, mixer was off.
B33 Air Recon can go 10-8

19:08 hours
FC1: Progress report for the 2nd alarm 10-76 box 54, 120 Broadway, fire on the 28th floor of a 41 storey, 167x310 class 1 building, at this time Car 4 David Chief Pfeifer reports smoke continuing to lift on the fire floor and the floors above, companies continuing to vent, primary searches complete and negative on the fire floor and all floors above, primary searches of the stairwells are complete and negative, and the fire is still doubtfull will hold K.

19:14 hours
FC1: Progress report for the 2nd alarm 10-76 box 54, 120 Broadway, fire on the 28th floor of a 41 storey, 167x310 class 1 building, at this time Car 4 David Chief Pfeifer reports secondary searches are complete and negative, placing this fire probably will hold.

19:38 hours
FC1: Mixer off message

19:42 hours duration 2 hours and 12 minutes
FC1: Progress report for the 2nd alarm 10-76 box 54, 120 Broadway, fire on the 28th floor of a 41 storey, 167x310 class 1 building, at this time Car 4 David Chief Pfeifer reports secondary searches are complete and negative, placing this fire probably will hold.

19:54 hours duration 2 hours and 24 minutes
FC1: Progress report for the 2nd alarm 10-76 box 54, 120 Broadway, fire on the 28th floor of a 41 storey, 167x310 class 1 building, at this time Car 4 David Chief Pfeifer reports secondary searches are complete and negative on all floors above the fire floor, secondary searches in all stairwells are complete and negative, placing this fire under control.

Some relocations:
L122/10, L104/20, E230/4, E307/E5, B11/6, L163/TL18
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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2011, 08:30:49 PM »
2nd almarm transmitted 18:26

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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #3 on: October 21, 2011, 08:38:07 PM »
quick question   why a second rescue and why send engine 210 w/ sat 6 instead of having a manhattan unit thats on the 2nd alarm grab sat 1
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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #4 on: October 21, 2011, 08:43:06 PM »
A lot of other boxes out Soho, 207 now replaced 210 with the satellite, no idea why they have rescue 2 on the 2nd.

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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #5 on: October 21, 2011, 08:58:22 PM »
Probably just an oversight, but as for the "2nd" rescue . . . I don't see R1 listed at all. If they weren't there, that's the reason for R2 on the 2nd.  And, as others have said, there were other boxes out.  Perhaps R1 was on one of those.
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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #6 on: October 21, 2011, 09:00:32 PM »
I only picked up the radio when the 10-76 was transmitted, so I do not know what rescue or squad was assigned or indeed what the initial alarm was.

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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #7 on: October 21, 2011, 09:04:59 PM »

Rescue 1 just gone 10-8 from another box and told to remain 10-8 by Dispatch
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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #8 on: October 21, 2011, 09:28:47 PM »
All 10-76  2nd Alarm boxes get a second rescue in addition to the first due rescue.
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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #9 on: October 21, 2011, 09:30:49 PM »
All 10-76  2nd Alarm boxes get a second rescue in addition to the first due rescue.

but who was the 1st Rescue?
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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #10 on: October 21, 2011, 09:40:55 PM »
If Rescue1 was out on another box then Rescue2 would have been first due Rescue and the second alarm Rescue would be Rescue4. Dont know for sure but a 10-76 gets a Rescue Company not matter what.
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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #11 on: October 21, 2011, 10:03:57 PM »

Just got this from ExChief


Manhattan,  N. Y.  10/21/11  @  17:30 hrs.
Financial  District
 
Box  54
address:               120   Broadway   @   Pine  St.
 
54  @  17:31
Engs.   10,   6,   4
Lad.  10,   T. Lad.  1
Batt.  1
 
@  17:38
Batt.  1  reports:      Transmit   a   10 - 76,    Fire  is  on  the  28th  floor.
 
10 – 76 – 54  @  17:38  ( High Rise Commercial Assignment )
Eng.  7   ( 4th due )
Eng.  55   C. F. R.
Eng.  202   “Lobby Control  Co.”
Eng.  33  w /  High Rise  1
Lad.  8,     Lad.  6,     T. Lad.  15 ( from another run )
Ladder  20   designated   “FAST”   Truck
Squad  Co.  #18
Rescue  Co.  #1
Batt.  2,   Batt.  4,   Batt.  31
Batt.  6   “Safety  Officer”
Division  1
Rescue  Battalion   /    Safety  Battalion
Fieldcom  1   /   Tactical  Support  Unit  #1
Command  Tactical  Unit
Mask  Service  Unit  #1
Car  4 “david”     Assist.  Chief  Joseph  Pfiefer
 
Between  07:00   &   18:00  hrs.   Mon.   to   Fri.
any  10-76  Transmitted  below  Canal  St  gets  automatic
response  from  Brooklyn   due  to  traffic  conditions.
Box’s  9031  &  9032   are  transmitted
 
Manhattan  Box  9031  Transmitted:
Brooklyn  Units  assigned:
Eng.   205,   Lad.  110,   Batt.  35
 
Manhattan  Box  9032  Transmitted:
Brooklyn  Units  assigned:
Eng.   279,   Lad.  101,   Batt.  32
 
Fire  Building:
41  Story  Class  1  Commercial   167 x 310
 
@  17:59
Division  1:     Box  54,     Units  are  working  on  the  28th  floor.
Heavy  smoke  condition.     Still  Searching  for  the  fire.
Searches   are   underway.
 
@  18:25
Fieldcom  1:     Progress  Report  for  the  10 – 76  Box  54,   Car  4 “david”
Assist.  Chief  Pfiefer  reports:     Main  body  of  fire  has  been  knocked  down.
Primary  Searches   are  in  progress.      Truck  Co’s   are   “Opening  Up”
Transmit   a  2nd  Alarm  due  to  the  heavy  smoke  condition.
Fire  remains    Doubtful   Will    Hold.
 
2nd  Alarm:
2 – 2 – 10-76 – 54  @  18:25
Engs.   14,   5,   224,   24
Lad.  5,     T. Lad.  18
Eng.  207  w /  Satellite  6
Rescue  Co.  #2
Batt.  48,    Batt.  40
Batt.  7   “Resource  Unit  Leader”
Batt.  33   “Air  Re-Con  Chief”
Division  11
 
@  18:44
Fieldcom  1:     Special  Call   ( 2 )  additional  Truck  Co’s.
TowerLadder  9     &     Ladder  11   are   assigned
 
@  19:07
Fieldcom  1:     Progress  Report  for  the  10 – 76  Box  54,   Car  4 “david”
Assist.  Chief  Pfiefer  reports:     Co’s  continuing  to  operate  on  the  fire  floor.
Co’s  continuing  to  vent.      Primary  Searches  on  the  fire  floor  are  negative.
Primary  Searches  on  all  floors  above  are   negative.     Primary’s   in  both  stairwells
are  also  negative.      Fire  remains    Doubtful   Will    Hold.
 
@  19:15
Fieldcom  1:     Progress  Report  for  the  10 – 76  Box  54,   Car  4 “david”
Assist.  Chief  Pfiefer  reports:     Probably   Will   Hold
 
@  19:42
Fieldcom  1:     Progress  Report  for  the  10 – 76  Box  54,   Car  4 “david”
Assist.  Chief  Pfiefer  reports:    Secondary  Searches  on  the  fire  floor  are  complete
and  negative.     Secondary  Searches  on  the  floors  above  are  in  progress.
Continuing  to  have  a  light  smoke  conditions.    Fire  remains   Probably   Will   Hold.
 
@  19:54
Fieldcom  1:     Progress  Report  for  the  10 – 76  Box  54,   Car  4 “david”
Assist.  Chief  Pfiefer  reports:    All  Secondary  Searches  on  all  floors  above  the  28th  floor
are  complete  and  negative.     All  Searches   in  the  stairwells  are  complete  and  negative.
He  place’s  this    Fire   UnderControl.
 
(  Job  Duration:    2 hrs.  /  24  mins.  )
 

Seems R1 was on the box
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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #12 on: October 21, 2011, 10:19:08 PM »
Yeah, that looks pretty much correct, all the gaps filled in nicely :D

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Re: 10/21/2011 10-76 Manhattan Box 54
« Reply #13 on: October 21, 2011, 10:32:17 PM »
Anyone know when the Canal St rule was implemented?