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Re: FDNY Fire Activity - 2015
« Reply #60 on: December 01, 2015, 02:42:52 PM »
Bill..Thanks for the info.
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Re: FDNY Fire Activity - 2015
« Reply #60 on: December 01, 2015, 02:42:52 PM »

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Re: FDNY Fire Activity - 2015
« Reply #61 on: December 01, 2015, 04:04:05 PM »
 Thanks Steve, aka svd385. But of course the real credit goes to all those that took the time to post the details and the numbers on each and every one of those jobs. They really were the ones that did all the work. "I just counted them up".

 But of course for each and every one of those fires, it was the members of the FDNY that responded and put their skills to actual work. From the basic All Hands Fire to the Fifth Alarm jobs. Each and every one is a challenge in itself. How many lives were actually saved ? How much property did they save ? There is no real way to count those numbers. But if we could, those are the numbers that REALLY COUNT.

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Re: FDNY Fire Activity - 2015
« Reply #62 on: December 05, 2015, 01:51:53 PM »
Great job as always, Bill.

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Re: FDNY Fire Activity - 2015
« Reply #63 on: January 01, 2016, 10:17:54 AM »
 December, 2015 Fire Activity:

 Staten Island:
  12/1 - 3rd Alarm - Box 543

 Queens:
   12/5 - 2nd Alarm - Box 8843
   12/6 - 2nd Alarm - Box 8401
   12/7 - 2nd Alarm - Box 7951
   12/13 - 2nd Alarm - Box 9876
   12/19 - 2nd alarm - Box 7162
   12/27 - 2nd Alarm - Box 5063

 Manhattan:
   12/12 - 3rd Alarm - Box 0621
   12/18 - 2nd Alarm - Bo 1692
   12/28 - 2nd Alarm - Box 1147

 Brooklyn:
   12/6 - 3rd Alarm - Box 2897
   12/11 - 2nd Alarm - Box 1511
   12/ 21 - 2nd Alarm - Box 0660
   12/28 - 4th Alarm - Box 0133

 Bronx:
   12/2 - 2nd Alarm - Box 3866
   12/10 - 6th Alarm - Box 3146

 Total number of 10-75s, 10-76s, 10-77s (Total - 198)
   Staten Island - 14
   Queens - 44
   Manhattan - 38
   Brooklyn - 68
   Bronx - 34

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Re: FDNY Fire Activity - 2015
« Reply #64 on: January 01, 2016, 07:22:33 PM »
How many 10-60s?

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Re: FDNY Fire Activity - 2015
« Reply #65 on: January 31, 2016, 11:41:04 AM »
Just alittle heads up on the activity I noticed:

In the past 24 hours, from 2/15-2/16 there have been 24 AH or greater jobs in the 5 boroughs.

In the past 24 hours, there have been 4 second alarms.

Today, 2/16 alone has been extremely busy with numerous AH and second alarm jobs , must be the weather.

Stay safe out there everyone

 As we look back on the FDNY Fire Activity of 2015, the numbers and the count would NOT have been possible if not for the guys on this site taking the time to give all of us the details and the rundowns on each incident. I think it is fair to say that many of us appreciate what you have taken the time to do for us. A job well done, to say the least.

  Thank you.

  As we look back to how tough it was, on this date, January 31, 2015 a major seven alarm fire ripped through a large warehouse in Brooklyn at Box 103. It was reported to be one of the biggest fires in 10 years. As I remember the battle went on for weeks during one of the coldest January/February's in a very long time.

  Another seven alarm fire occurred on March 26, under sub freezing temperatures.

  As site member "FDNYSTATENISLAND" also pointed out, in one 24 hour period in February, 2015 there were a total of 24 All Hands or Greater Alarms. Again to compare the weather conditions for firefighting in February, 2015, according to weather reports, that was the coldest February ever on record for the NYC area.

  As the year 2015 has ended it was a tough year for the members of the FDNY. In every one of those reported fires, their skills were put to the test. But it's still nice to know that the FDNY is still considered to be one of the "Greatest Fire Departments in the World".

 

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