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Queens / 9/22/19 Queens All Hands Box 7941
« Last post by UnitWithTheUrgent on Today at 02:26:40 PM »
Address: 80-20 Broadway at 80th St.

Fire in the laundry room of a 5 story 150x100 MD

B-46: Transmit a 10-75 - Fire in the laundry room. - 14:24

TL-138 FAST

B-46: All Hands - 1 L/S/O - 14:26

B-46: 2 L/S, 1 L/O - DWH - 14:28

B-46: PWH - 14:33

D-14: Under Control. - 14:42

Duration: 27 min.

Maybe:
E-287, 292, 307, 289
L-136, 154, 138F
B-46, 45
R-4
SQ-288
D-14
RAC-4
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Manhattan / Re: 9/22/2019 Manhattan Box 1158 All Hands
« Last post by FDNY Response Videos on Today at 11:30:16 AM »
[2:48] MD Manhattan Telephone Alarm Box 1158 ... Smoke on the 4th Floor

[02:58] B-10 Right now we’re using 2&2, we’ve got a precautionary line stretched, just investigating an odor of smoke on the 4th Floor

[03:03] B-10 You can give a 10-75 for this Box 1158, we have fire on the 4th Floor
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Manhattan / Re: 9/22/19 Manhattan 10-77 Box 813
« Last post by FDNYSTATENISLAND on Today at 10:58:33 AM »
E-21 was 10-84
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General Discussion / Re: ZERO VISION & RESPONSE TIMES .
« Last post by Bulldog on Today at 10:43:35 AM »
I certainly feel for those of you in NYC, it's bad enough responding thru all the traffic but having lived streets reduced just increases the problem! We have the same thing on a much smaller scale here in Louisville, our mayor who many call Mayor McBike is big on bike lanes and many other things like that. Somehow he thinks it reducing a street from 4 lanes to 3 lanes or sometimes even to lanes helps traffic flow? Nobody except him sees how.

Hopefully Mayor De Blasio will see the light and stop this ridiculous program before it gets any worse. Although it doesn't look like you're getting rid of him to Washington, which is a good thing for the rest of us but maybe not for you.
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Manhattan / Re: 9/22/2019 Manhattan Box 1158 All Hands
« Last post by johnd248 on Today at 09:10:43 AM »
Probably E 39.
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Manhattan / Re: 9/22/2019 Manhattan Box 1158 All Hands
« Last post by QUEENS1985 on Today at 08:44:26 AM »
Engine 38 4th due ??
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General Discussion / Re: ZERO VISION & RESPONSE TIMES .
« Last post by nfd2004 on Today at 08:16:35 AM »
When Seconds count we are saddled with more & more obstacles during our responses.....  https://nypost.com/2019/09/19/fdny-union-de-blasios-vision-zero-is-slowing-response-times/

 I was in lower Manhattan this past Friday evening around Broadway/5th Ave, 23/28th Sts. What a NIGHTMARE trying to get around. People, cars, bicycles crossing in between and coming from every direction.

 Open lanes, for bicycles only, taking away a much needed lane for vehicle traffic.

 My first thought, "how in the name of God does any emergency vehicle get through here" ? Especially a fire truck.
 
 I sure wouldn't want to be the guy getting the $hit kicked out of him waiting for the cops to get there.

 Or chocking on some smoke, while burning up, waiting for the fire dept to get me out of there.

 Or having some trouble breathing trying to catch my breathe, waiting for an ambulance or fire engine to give me some oxygen.

 Most likely "THE BEST" Police Dept, "THE BEST" Fire Dept, and "THE BEST EMS SYSTEM" in the WORLD. But they just can't get to you quick enough when you need them most.

 The priority is NOT bicycle lanes BUT peoples lives. Time to go back to the drawing board.

 

 
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Manhattan / 9/22/19 Manhattan 10-77 Box 813
« Last post by Signal73 on Today at 07:52:45 AM »
Fire Location: 145 W 45th St.

Fire in the duct work 12 story 100x90

Maybe:
E-65,54,8,21
E-26(C.F.R.D)
E-59 Act. 54(C.F.R.D)s/c
E-34(H.R Nozzle)
E-3 w/ H.R 1
L-4,2,21(Fast)
L-24,7,12s/c,35s/c,
B-9,8,7,6(Safety)
R-1
Sq-18
D-3
Rac-1
RB,SB
FC
Car-23D

D-3 s/c 2 additional trucks

FC transmit the All Hands s/c an additional engine for CFRD

FC 3 L/S/O. DWH


Relocations:
Engine 76 Act. Engine ??
Battalion 49 Act. Battalion 8
Ladder ?? Act. Ladder 2
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