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2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« on: February 04, 2010, 08:58:48 PM »
Manhattan Box 287

145 Essex St.

Rivington St. to Stanton St.

Fire in the basement of an M/D


Engs:

15, 55 ?

Lads:

T. Lad. 18 & Ladder 11 ?

Batt. 4


10-75-287

Engine 9

Ladder 6 (FAST)

Squad 18

Rescue 1

Batt. 2

Division 1


5 story M/D

Exp 1: street

Exp 2: sim. attached

Exp 3: yard

Exp 4: sim. attached


7-5-287

Extra Engine & Truck above the all hands: Engine 28 & Ladder 20

Doubtful @ 2049 by Division 1

Division 1 request 2nd Alarm fire extending to 1st floor, Car 6 (Manhattan Borough Commander) 10-84


2-2-287

Engs:

33, 5, 6

Engine 24 w/ Satellite 1

Tower Ladder 1

Batt. 6 (safety officer)

Batt. 1 (resource unit leader)

Tactical Support 1

Safety Batt.

Rescue Batt.

Field Comm

Incident duration is 53 mins.


Division 1 requests 2 additional trucks and to bring 10ft. hooks

Ladder 5 & Tower Ladder 15


Division 1 reports 2 lines stretched an in operation, opening up floors & walls, searches in progress @ 2124. Incident duration is 1hr & 4 mins.


Field Comm: Car 6 Assistant Chief Esposito reports overhaul in progress, heavy stock being removed by hand, fire extended into 143 Essex, still

                 doubtful @ 2147  incident duration is 1 hr & 26 mins.

Field Comm: Car 6 Assistant Chief Esposito reports primary search negative in fire building & exposure, doubtful @ 2150 incident duration is 1 hr. &  

                 30 mins.


« Last Edit: February 04, 2010, 11:24:04 PM by vbcapt »
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2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« on: February 04, 2010, 08:58:48 PM »

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2010, 09:27:47 PM »
E-15,9,55,6
Til-20,Til-6,TL-18,L-11
B-4,2
D-1
R-1
Sq-18

2nd Alarm 20:50
E-33,5,24,7
L-1
Sat-1
B-1,6
FC-1
Tac-1
R.B
S.B
Car-6
Rac-1
Mask1

Extra 2 Trucks @ 21:24
Til-5 & TL-15

Specail Call For Mask Service Unit @ 22:32
Mask 1 enroute @ 22:35

Relocating
L-8 act. TL-18
E-279 act. E-15
B-7 act. B-2
L-21 act L-1
E-22 act. E-5




« Last Edit: February 05, 2010, 09:23:17 AM by bfdyoungin0252 »

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2010, 09:30:11 PM »
Good Post. Why so many trucks on the initial 10-75?
bfdyounge, would be good if can, identify which truck is a TL or L.

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2010, 09:39:54 PM »
Hows that rdm  ;D

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2010, 09:42:31 PM »
E-28,15,9,55
Til-20,Til-6,TL-18,L-11
B-7,2
D-1
R-1
Sq-18

2nd Alarm 20:50
E-33,5,24
L-1,TL-9
Sat-1,6
B-1,6
FC-1
Tac-1
R.B
S.B
Car-6
Rac-1

Extra 2 Trucks @ 21:24
Til-5 & TL-15


Relocating
L-8 act. TL-18
E-279 act. E-15
B-7 act. B-2
L-21 act L-1




After the 10-75 E28 notified dispatcher that they were availablke but were told to remain 10-8

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2010, 09:45:38 PM »
i missed that part....who took there spot E-7?

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2010, 10:21:33 PM »
AWESOME!!
Were there 2 Satellite's sent in? Sat 1 and 6, Why.
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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #7 on: February 04, 2010, 10:27:39 PM »
The two special called trucks (HL5 & TL15) were instructed to respond in with 10 foot hooks.

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2010, 10:33:44 PM »
Not a clue why.....and you are correct G-Man..Capt in the first post  posted that  ;D

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #9 on: February 04, 2010, 10:41:30 PM »
Rdm...correction only one Sat it was number 1  6 is in i think Queens

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #10 on: February 04, 2010, 10:43:41 PM »
Engine 24 with Satellite 1 responded, the (6) is Engine 6 who was 4th due on the 2nd alarm. sorry for the confusion
« Last Edit: February 04, 2010, 10:57:07 PM by vbcapt »
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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #11 on: February 05, 2010, 12:26:13 AM »
Here's a rundown from exchief: 
Manhattan,  N. Y.  02/04/10  @  20:30 hrs.

Lower  East  Side

 

Box   287

address:               145  Essex  St.   x    Rivington  St.

 

287  @  20:20

Engs.   15,  9,  55

T. Lad.  18,    Lad.  11

Batt.  4

 

@  20:30

Batt.  4   reports  using  2  &  2   for  a  fire  in  the  basement.

1 – line  stretched    and  in  operation.

 

@  20:36

“Batt.  8   to   Manhattan,   Transmit  the  10-75   for  this  Box.”

 

10 – 75 – 287  @  20:36

Ladder  6   is  designated  as  the   “FAST”   Truck

Eng.  7

Rescue  Co.  #1

Squad  Co.  #18

Batt.  2

Division  1

 

Fire  Building:

5  Story  Brick   35 x 60  Comm.  /  O.M.D.

Surrounding  Properties:

Exp. #1:   Is  a  Street

Exp. #2:   Is  a  Similar  Type  attach

Exp. #3:   Is  Unknown

Exp. #4:   Is  a  Similar  Type  attach

 

All – Hands:

7 – 5 – 287  @  20:38

Batt.  4  reports:     Box  287,   We  have  a  fire  in  the  basement  of  a  5  Story  Brick,   

Commercial  on  the  1st  floor  with  an  occupied  multiple  dwelling  above.    The  fire

is  in  the  walls   and  ceiling.    We  have  2 – lines  stretched,    1 – line  in  operation.

Searches   are  in  progress.      Fire   is   Doubtful.

Special  Call  an  additional   Engine   &    Truck.

 

@  20:38

Engine  28    &    Ladder  20   are  s/c

 

2nd  Alarm:

2 – 2 – 287  @  21:10

Engs.   33,   5,   6

T. Lad.  1

Eng.  24   w /  Satellite  1

Batt.  6   “Safety  Officer”

Batt.  1   “Resource  Unit  Leader”

Rescue  Battalion   /   Safety  Battalion

Fieldcom  1   /   Tactical  Support  Unit  #1

Command  Tactical  Unit

Car  6:     Assist.  Chief   James  Esposito

 

@  21:18

Division  1:     Box  287,    Special  Call  ( 2 )  additional  Trucks.

Ladder  5      &      TowerLadder  15    are  s/c

 

@  21:24

Division  1:     Box  287,    We  have  fire  in  the  basement   in   the   walls    &   ceiling.

Fire  extended   to  the  1st  floor  of  the  Fire  Bldg.   and  to  the  1st  floor  of   Exp. #2.

Truck  Co’s   are   “Opening  Up”     We  have  2 – lines  stretched,   2 – lines   in  operation.

Fire   is   Still   Doubtful.

 

@  21:47

Fieldcom  1:     Progress  Report  for  the  2nd  Alarm,  Box  287,   Car  6,   Assist.  Chief  James  Esposito

reports:      Fire  in  the  basement   &  1st  floor  of  145  Essex  St.    Fire   extended  to  the  1st  floor

of  Exp. #2.     Extensive  overhauling.     Removing  stock  from  basement  by  hand.      Still   Doubtful.

 

@  21:50

Fieldcom  1:     Progress  Report  for  the  2nd  Alarm,  Box  287,   Car  6,   Assist.  Chief  James  Esposito

reports:    Primary  Searches   are  negative  in  the   Fire  Bldg.   and  Exp. #2.

 

@  22:30

Fieldcom  1:     Special   Call   Mask  Service  Unit  #1

 

@  22:38

Fieldcom  1:     Progress  Report  for  the  2nd  Alarm,  Box  287,   Car  6,   Assist.  Chief  James  Esposito

reports:     Main  body  of  fire  has  been  knocked  down.     Fire   in  the  cellar  with  extensions   to

the  1st  floor.     Truck  Co’s  continuing  to  “Open”   the  flooring  in  the  Fire  Bldg.   and    Exp. #2.

Secondary  Searches    in  the   Fire  Bldg.   are  complete  and  negative.      Secondary  Searches   in

Exp. #2  are  underway.      Fire   is   Probably   Will    Hold.

 

@  22:53

Division  1   reports:

All  Secondary  Searches  thru  out  both  Bldg’s   are   complete  and  negative.

Fire  remains   at    Probably   Will   Hold.

 

@  23:44

Division  1  reports:

Fire   is    UnderControl.

 

(  Job  Duration:    3 hrs.  /  24  mins.  )

 


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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #12 on: February 05, 2010, 02:24:27 PM »
Rdm...correction only one Sat it was number 1  6 is in i think Queens

Satellite 4 is in Queens quartered with E324 in Corona, Sat 6 is in Brooklyn, with E207 on Tillary Street.
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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
« Reply #13 on: February 05, 2010, 02:57:28 PM »
If I can recall, I think the place is a Chinese import (junk) store.  They are usually loaded with boxes and boxes of crap. 

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Re: 2/4/10 2nd Alarm Manhattan Box 287
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