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5/17/2017 Staten Island All Hands Box 0768
« on: May 17, 2017, 06:04:43 AM »
Address: 218 Treadwell Avenue - between Charles Avenue and Hatfield Place

Fire on the 2nd floor of a 2 1/2 story 20x45 PD.

0554 - E-157 - 10-75 the box. Fire on the 2nd floor of a 2 1/2 story peaked roof.

L-83 FAST

0602 - Bn. 22 - All Hands - Extra Engine and Truck (E-166, TL-86)

0604 - Bn. 22 - Fire on the 2nd floor. 1 L/S/O, primaries are negative on the 1st and 2nd floors, trucks opening up.

0610 - Bn. 22 - MBFKD, primaries are negative throughout. PWH - Duration 20 minutes.

0622 - Div. 8 - Under Control

0631 - Div. 8 - Can you assign an Engine for watch line (E-155).

Maybe:
E-157, 158, 156, 163, 166 s/c, 155 s/c
L-80, 79, 83F, 86 s/c
B-22, 21
S-1
R-5
D-8
E-159 w/ Sat. 5
RAC-5

« Last Edit: May 17, 2017, 06:33:35 AM by firephish »

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5/17/2017 Staten Island All Hands Box 0768
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Re: 5/17/2017 Staten Island All Hands Box 0768
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2017, 10:48:07 AM »
Assignment at this fire was: 6 engines, 4 trucks, rescue, squad, 2 BCs, 1 DC.  This would be a 2nd alarm assignment years ago.  Funny that some jobs today that are "All-Hands" would have been multiple alarm fires in the past. 

Just the same, working fires that were "2 and 2" (10-30s) jobs in the "War Years" are 10-75s, All-Hands and 2nd alarms today.

It works both ways and makes fire data from different eras difficult to compare.

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Re: 5/17/2017 Staten Island All Hands Box 0768
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2017, 11:29:40 AM »
And then there was "using 2 and 2 with the 3rd engine fast." Meanwhile everybody there was getting the snot knocked out of them because the BC didn't want the Division coming in. Heard that many times from my dad when he came home from a tough 6x9.