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Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« on: January 21, 2009, 06:47:59 PM »
Second alarm at Mt Sinai Hospital, Madison Avenue and 101 Street

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Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« on: January 21, 2009, 06:47:59 PM »

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2009, 06:52:19 PM »
10-76

CIDS 12 story 200x425 with obese patients on 2 of the upper floors.
Missed the previous prog report

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2009, 06:56:44 PM »
2nd Alarm 10-76 Box 1273
1468 Madison Ave. @ E. 101st St.
Mt. Sinai Hospital
Reports of numerous people in distress

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2009, 06:59:18 PM »
55 people in distress on the 2nd floor In H wing I believe

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #4 on: January 21, 2009, 07:13:55 PM »
At this time there 4 additional trucks companys are s/c. Fire is K/D. Still doughtful. Smoke troughout the building.
« Last Edit: January 21, 2009, 07:30:04 PM by FDNY220122 »

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #5 on: January 21, 2009, 07:15:28 PM »
3rd alarm transimited.

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #6 on: January 21, 2009, 07:27:08 PM »
S/C 4 BCs

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #7 on: January 21, 2009, 07:31:15 PM »
Upper East Side, Manhattan, NY, 1/21/09

Address: Mt. Sinai Hospital Center @ 1468 Madison Ave between 98 and 101 sts

Box 1273
Engs. 53, 22, 76
L43, TL22
Battalion 10

10-75-1273 - 18:36 hours
E58
TL13 is the FAST truck
Battalion 11
Rescue 1
Division 3

CIDs for 1468 Madison Ave
12 story Hospital 200x425 class 1.  A.k.a 1190 5th Ave.  Upper floors has "Extremely Obese Unit", may require extra companies for carry down.

18:37 hours
Squad 41 available assigned in.

18:37 hours
Battalion 10: At this time we have 1 line stretched, not in operation yet, we're still searching for the fire.

7-5-1273 - 19:40 hours
BC10: Box 1273, we're going to require an extra engine and extra truck.
E91, L26 S/C
RAC1

18:43 hours
BC10: Let the Division know the command post is in the lobby of 1468 Madison Ave.

2-2-1273 - 18:44 hours
Engs. 44, 8, 65, 39 (became available)
E9 w/ Satellite 1
L16
Battalion 45 (Resource Unit Leader)
Safety, Rescue Battalions
Tactical Support 1
FieldCom
Command Tactical Unit

18:48 hours
Battalion 12 available, assigned as the "Safety Officer"

18:49 hours
Receiving call for 2nd floor 9 West reporting 50 people in distress near the nurse's station.

2-2-10-76-1273 - 18:50 hours
DC3: Transmit a 10-76 2nd alarm, we have heavy smoke throughout the building.
E40 (Lobby Control Unit)
E74 (CFRD Engine)
E3 w/ High-Rise 1
TL35, L30
Battalions 8, 16, 49
Battalion 58 (Air-Recon)
Rescue 3
Division 6
Mask Service Unit
Car 10 (AC James Esposito, Bronx Borough Commander)
Car 1C (Commissioner's Liaison)

18:51 hours
TL117 is relocating to TL13

18:53 hours
The staging area is 96 st and Madison Ave

18:53 hours
Receiving call for room 215 on the 10th floor.

18:55 hours
DC3: We have numerous people outside the hospital, if you can call in a bus that would be great

18:59 hours
Car 10: Special call the a unit carrying the High-Rise Tempest fan to the command post

19:00 hours
Receiving call for Room 303 on the 10th floor reporting a person by the window.

19:01 hours
Car 10: Have the city bus come in onto 102nd street by the Emergency Room off of 5th Ave, Madison is all jammed up.

19:02 hours
Car 36B (Department Chaplain) and Thawing Unit 61 are 10-84.

19:04 hours
Car 23D (Press Unit Duty Car) is responding

19:05 hours
Received calls for: Main concourse level, 5C, Guggenheim Pavilion on the 6th floor, the ER, the Annenburg Block, Basement, Main Building, 8th floor, Main floor, 2nd floor, 9th floor center wing, room 303 (person by the window), ICU (17 people) on the 6th floor, Room 215 on the 5th floor, ICU in 6E.

19:07 hours
Car 10: At this box special call 2 more trucks and have them respond to the command post.
TL14, L25 S/C

19:10 hours
Car 10: At 2nd alarm box 1273, fire is still Doubtful, we have the fire knocked down at this time, searches are in progress, we are ventilating and checking the rooms, we have a smoke condition throughout the complex, have the 2 special called trucks into the command post.  This report as AC Esposito, Bronx Borough commander.

19:12 hours
Car 10: I want 2 more trucks on top of my request.
TL17, L4 S/c

3-3-1273 - 19:14 hours
Car 10: Transmit a third alarm, full assignment!
Engs. 47, 35, 59, 69
L28 acting L26, L42
Battalion 7
Battalion 9 (Staging Manager)

19:15 hours
Battalion 58 is airborne with a 3 minute ETA

19:16 hours
Car 11A (DC William Seelig, Chief of Rescue Operations) is responding
Car 23 (Executive Officer of Public Information) is responding

19:17 hours
E312 is relocating to E44

19:21 hours
Car 12A (Safety and Inspection Services) is responding.
L49 is relocating to L28

19:21 hours
Car 10: Special call 4 Battalions into this box, have them respond into the command post.
Battalions 3, 35, 31, 1 S/C

19:23 hours - Duration 58 minutes
Car 10: At 3rd alarm box 1273, fire is knocked down, we have a decent smoke condition throughout, still doing searches, still ventilating smoke on the upper floors, fire is still Doubtful.  This report by AC Esposito, Bronx Borough commander.

19:26 hours
HazMat 1 requests a ticket, assigned in.

21:28 hours
Battalion 26 acting 12 S/C as the "Planning Sections Chief"

19:34 hours
L128 is 10-8 in L25's response area.

19:38 hours
HazMat Battalion is responding.

19:39 hours
Battalion 58 is circling overhead, reports not much to see from their vantage point.

19:44 hours
FieldCom: Ascertain from Air Recon if there are any people on the roof

19:44 hours
BC58: There appears to be nobody on the roof.

19:44 hours
Car 14D (Fire Marshall) is 10-84

19:46 hours
FC: By orders of Car 10, you can 10-2 the Air Recon Chief.

19:48 hours - 1 hours 23 minutes
FC: Progress report for Manhattan 3rd alarm box 1273, the address 1468 Madison Ave between E98 and 101 sts, fire in Mt Sinai Hospital Center: Car 10, AC Esposito reports: Fire is located on the 2nd floor in the equipment room, fire has been knocked down, searches still underway, trucks still opening up, we have a moderate smoke condition throughout, fire is still Doubtful.

19:50 hours
FC: By orders of Car 10, special call 2 additional trucks to box 1273, and have them report directly to the command post.
L2, L55 S/C

19:53 hours
Battalion 48 is 10-8 in Battalion 9's response area

20:02 hours - Duration 1 hour 37 minutes
FC: Progress report for 3rd alarm box 1273, Car 10 reports: fire has been extinguished, we have a medium smoke condition on the 3rd-12th floors, searches are underway.  Companies are opening windows and ventilating using positive pressure.  We evacuated horizontally to the Annenburg building, and this incident is Probably Will Hold.

20:05 hours - Duration 1 hours 39 minutes
FC: Progress report for 3rd alarm box 1273, Car 10 reports: primary searches on the numbers 3 through 11 floors are complete and negative, secondaries are in progress, fire is still Probably Will Hold.

20:17 hours
Receiving a call for a person locked in the Post-op Clinic.

20:22 hours
Mobile Command Center is 10-84.

20:23 hours
Squad 41 is 10-8

20:37 hours - Duration 2 hours 11 minutes
FC: Progress report for Manhattan 3rd alarm box 1273, Car 10, AC Esposito reports: Secondary searches on all floors are complete and negative, smoke condition on the fire floor and floors above has abated.  Units in the process of escorting doctors back in to resume operations, fire is Under Control.

21:35 hours
FC: Special call an additional Thawing Unit to E101 st to assist Engine 8, they are frozen to the hydrant.

21:39 hours
FC: By orders of Car 6, AC Weinstein, Manhattan Borough Commander, special call Division 13 and the IMT unit, as well as a Battalion Chief as a "Planning Sections Chief."
Division 13, Battalion 20, E262 w/ Incident Management Team Vehicle S/C

21:45 hours
E97 S/C
« Last Edit: January 22, 2009, 02:05:37 AM by catry »

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #8 on: January 21, 2009, 08:16:43 PM »
Wow thats

13 Trucks (Including FAST)
15 BCs (Including Air Recon BC58)
15 Engine Cos (Including ones w/ satellite, highrise units)

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #9 on: January 21, 2009, 08:37:07 PM »
 Where was E58 and I see L26 got there late? Also, what's with E65 on the 2nd?  ???

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #10 on: January 21, 2009, 08:46:45 PM »
Sorry, forgot to fix E58 with E91 being special called in.
Engs 91, 39, 35, L26, L16, L25, TL14, Battalions 9 and 12 were all operating at other boxes at the time, which is why a variety of other units got in first.
E23, 21, and 37 are usually ahead of E65 but 23 and 37 were operating at other boxes and E21 was relocated to E53.

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Re: Mt Sinai Hospital second alarm
« Reply #11 on: January 21, 2009, 09:41:07 PM »
They are still sending apparatus to Mt Sinai. Requested a second thawing unit and another div chief.

 

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