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6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« on: June 05, 2014, 01:28:38 AM »
   10-75 was for 201 Chestnut Ave. with fire in a 2story p/d w/people trapped on 2nd fl. Original fire bldg. fully involved and fire has extended to exp. #4 and #2

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6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« on: June 05, 2014, 01:28:38 AM »

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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2014, 01:30:11 AM »
5th Alarm transmitted - Box 0469

Numerous 10-45's

203 Chestnut Avenue off of Tompkins Avenue

Heavy fire in PD with extension

Fallback Step 3 implemented in SI

@01:36: Div 8: Total of 10 10-45's being evaluated by EMS

20x40 PD fire throughout, 4 lines stretched and operating, fire to exp. 2&4

On the 2nd alarm: Bn. 42 as SB, Bn. 40 as the RUL, Bn. 33, Bn. 48 is the staging manager, 41 acting 42 is the planning staging chief

SI to E247: Staging is at Tompkins and St. Marys
SI to E166 and E201 same message
SI to 149 Truck: same message

Car 4 to SI: We are responding to your 4th alarm

E165, E157, E243, E241, E279, T085, L080, T086, E166 , E247, E253, E201, T149, E262  all @ the staging area

Engine 152 / Tower Ladder 77 First Due

AH: E152, E153, E160, E161
       T077, L081, L078F
       RS5, SQ01
       Bn. 22, 21
       E159 w/SAT 5

SI to E262: Staging is at Tompkins and St. Marys

FC is 10-84 @ 01:54 hrs

Car 12 to SI: On your freq. responding to your 4th alarm

SI to FC: Con-Ed might be onscene, no confirmation

@ 2:18hrs FC to SI: 203 Chestnut Ave, 4th alarm, we still have heavy fire on 2nd floor and cockloft of 203 and 205 Chestnut, switching to an exterior attack at this time.

SI: 10-4, Report received at 02:18hrs, duration is 1 hour 9 mins

@ 2:39hrs: SI to FC: Con-Ed is at 202 Chestnut Ave

FC to SI: Have him respond to the command post

SI to FC: He did, he got turned around

FC to SI: Have him come back to the command post

@2:37hrs: FC to SI: Car 4 reports 5 lines S/O, exterior attack, 1 TL operating, setting up another, primaries are negative, setting up a collapse zone

Numerous 10-33 Smoke in the areas being transmitted by relocating companies

Car 12 is 10-84 @ 0247hrs

SI: 10-4, received @ 02:37, duration is 1 hr and 32 mins

@ 3:08hrs FC to SI: Total of 11 10-45's, (1) Code 2, (10) code 4's, also a mixer off message

SI: 10-4, duration is 1hr and 59 mins

@3:31hrs SQ01 is 10-8, switching back to BK

@3:41hrs FC to SI: Requesting an extra truck for FAST truck relief
@3:41hrs FC to SI: Transmit a 5th alarm

2nd Alarm: E155, E163, E156, E165 ?
                 T079, L083 ?
                 Bn. 42

3rd Alarm: E157, E243, E253, E241 ?
                 T085 ?
               
4th Alarm:  E279 w/ Communications Unit, E262, E247, E201 ?
                 L080, T086 ?

Relocations: E202 acting 152
                                      E 281 acting 159
                                      E318 acting 165
                                      E321 acting 156
                                      E220 acting 166
                                      T105 acting 85
                                      T114 acting 77 *Received run for smoke in the area Box 0091*
                                      T153 acting 86
                                      L168 acting 80
                                      T170 acting 81
                                      T161 acting 79
                                      L156 acting 78
                                      Bn. 43 acting 21

*All in the pouring rain*

**E158, T161 act. 79, Bn. 23 (From South Shore) responding to call of smoke in apts. 7G and 3A @ box 397 - 778 Henderson Ave**
    Bn. 23 is 10-8, other Bn. took it in - 10-33 Code 1

*Numerous 10-33 code 1's going out tonight by relocating companies, companies are going on runs back to back to back for odors of smoke all over the north shore*
« Last Edit: June 05, 2014, 04:10:30 AM by FDNYSTATENISLAND »

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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 4TH Alarm
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2014, 02:09:16 AM »
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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2014, 02:52:34 AM »
Pics are from NYCFireWire:







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81 Truck gettin it done

Article:

http://www.silive.com/eastshore/index.ssf/2014/06/seven_injured_as_firefighters.html#incart_river
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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #4 on: June 05, 2014, 03:48:49 AM »
5th alarm companies: E158, E154
                                           T114 acting 77
Companies to the staging area of Tompkins and St. Marys

FC requesting 2 additional trucks (T161 acting 79, L084 acting 83)

L109 responding to the staging area

E282 responding to the command post

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Fire-Rosebank-Staten-Island-4-Alarm-Injuries-261933161.html

Article with updated, great action pictures:

http://www.silive.com/eastshore/index.ssf/2014/06/seven_injured_as_firefighters.html#incart_river

@4:04hrs: FC to SI: T114 is the new FAST truck, L078 and T170 are going to work, also request another Bn right into the command post (Bn.32)

H&L 101 on your freq. responding to relocation, 10-8 in T77's response area 
T015 all the way from Lower Manhattan acting 83

@4:15hrs: FC to SI: Car 4 reports exposure 4a is fully involved, fire on 1st & 2nd floors, 2 lines stretched going into that bldg. 7 Lines stretched, 2 TL's operating

SI: 10-4, Duration is 3hrs, 7 mins

@4:21hrs: FC to SI: Fire that was in exposure 4a is knocked down, DWH

SI: 10-4, Duration is 3hrs, 14 mins

Engine 224 acting 158

Bn. 7 acting 22

Ladder 11 acting 81 on your freq. responding to 81's quarters

E010 acting 157

E033 acting 154

@5:03hrs: FC to SI: Car 4 reports all visible fire in exposure 4a is knocked down, shutting down TL's and exterior hand lines, we have a roof collapse onto the 2nd floor. Secondaries are negative in exposure 4a, and primaries in the original fire building will be delayed due to structural stability. PWH.

SI to FC: 10-4, Duration is 3hrs, 56 mins.
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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #5 on: June 05, 2014, 08:48:13 AM »
0846 - Division 8 - Under Control - Duration 7 hours 38 minutes.

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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #6 on: June 05, 2014, 02:31:34 PM »
I have a question,,,how many alarms can SI handle with just the companys that are physically located on the island,,,not including special units or BC's,,just engines and ladders.

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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #7 on: June 05, 2014, 02:43:33 PM »
I have a question,,,how many alarms can SI handle with just the companys that are physically located on the island,,,not including special units or BC's,,just engines and ladders.

Hmm... Uh, 10-75 Usually Means Some Bklyn Response. [S.I. Does Not Have a Sqd. Co.,
a Raging Debate here...]

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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #8 on: June 05, 2014, 02:53:03 PM »
Hey STAjo,,I know SI doesnt have a sq company, ,what I'm asking is,,how many alarms worth of engines and ladders are actually located on SI.

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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #9 on: June 05, 2014, 03:05:57 PM »
I have a question,,,how many alarms can SI handle with just the companys that are physically located on the island,,,not including special units or BC's,,just engines and ladders.

There are 18 Engines and 12 Trucks on SI.

In theory, assuming 4 Engines and 3 Trucks (no special units) on an All Hands, SI companies would handle 4 single alarm All Hands Boxes.

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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #10 on: June 05, 2014, 03:42:00 PM »
I dont think B-23 made it to the show
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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #11 on: June 05, 2014, 03:49:32 PM »
You're right signal, the 23 stayed on the south shore for the night... gotta hold up the fort haha. If the job was on the north shore of the island, like last nights was, I think it can go up to a 3rd with just SI companies, not including Bn.'s from BK. After that, I think BK companies start crossing the bridge, not even talking about BK companies relocating. Might be wrong, idk.

The 21st Bn. gave the 10-75, they are quartered with first due engine 152. A few minutes later, the 2nd alarm was transmitted due to exposure problems, then about 30 seconds after that the 3rd alarm was transmitted. The rest is history after that, 4th and 5th being transmitted. Notice how E262 from Queens was 10-84, anyone know why? I was thinking they brought a second piece or something along those lines.


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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #12 on: June 05, 2014, 04:01:31 PM »
I believe E262 would be transporting the IMV.  Also, does anyone have a complete, top to bottom rundown, 1st through the 5th alarms?

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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #13 on: June 05, 2014, 05:18:32 PM »
Rundown (This is as close as I could get, there are certainly errors):

0109 - 10-75
E-152, 153, 160, 161
L-77, 81, 78 FAST
B-21, 22
S-1
R-5
D-8

0111 - All Hands - Extra Engine and Truck
E-155
L-79
E-159 w/ Sat. 5
RAC-5

0114 - 2nd Alarm
E-156, 163, 242
L-83
B-42 Safety, 40 RUL, 33
SB, RB, FC, Tac 2

0115 - 3rd Alarm
E-243, 165, 157, 241
L-85, 80, 86
B-48 Staging, 41 Planning Sector
E-279 Communications
Command Tac, Car 12, Car 4H

0128 - 4th Alarm
E-166, 247, 253, 201
L-149
Car 4, Car 11D

0341 - 5th Alarm plus 2 Trucks & a new FAST Truck

E-154, 158, 282
L-170, 114 FAST, 161, 84, 109
B-32
E-262 w/ IMV
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Re: 6/05/12 Box 469- 205 Chestnut Ave. 3rd Alarm
« Reply #14 on: June 05, 2014, 06:36:00 PM »
When did 168 Engine and 87 Truck go?

 

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