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Boston - 2nd Alarm - 5/24 - In Progress
« on: May 24, 2012, 05:22:05 PM »
BFD - multiple alarm transformer fire - downtown - Moakley federal courthouse - in progress



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Boston - 2nd Alarm - 5/24 - In Progress
« on: May 24, 2012, 05:22:05 PM »

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Re: Boston - 2nd Alarm - 5/24 - In Progress
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2012, 05:25:36 PM »
1612 - Box struck for transformer fire in basement of Moakley Federal Courthouse.

1616 - 2nd alarm

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Re: Boston - 2nd Alarm - 5/24 - In Progress
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2012, 05:26:50 PM »
Thanx Mack, trying to get info.
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Re: Boston - 2nd Alarm - 5/24 - In Progress
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2012, 06:10:32 PM »
Corner of Courthouse Way and Northern Ave. in the Seaport near Fort Point Channel.

Most units are currently returning to quarters.

Rundown could be:

Box Assignment:

Engine 10, Engine 39, Engine 2
Tower Ladder 3, Ladder 18
Rescue 1
District 6(Ops.)
Marine Unit

R.I.T./Rehab. Assignment:

Engine 3(R.I.T.)
Ladder 19(R.I.T.)
District 4(R.I.T.)
W25(Rehab. Unit)

2nd Alarm Assignment:

Engine 7, Engine 4, Engine 8
Tower Ladder 17, Ladder 24
District 3, District 8(Act.)
Division 1(C7-DC-Comm.)
W12(Air Unit)
H1(Safety Chief)
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Re: Boston - 2nd Alarm - 5/24 - In Progress
« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2012, 07:33:05 PM »
The job was a transformer fire in the basement of the 10-story Class A building.

NSTAR Boston(soon to be Northeast Utilities) got there and the incident was put under control.

http://bostonherald.com/news/regional/view.bg?articleid=1061134072&position=3

http://www.boston.com/metrodesk/2012/05/24/transformer-fire-reported-basement-federal-courthouse-boston/MKElYRYkSJ3I4zNZCf6S0I/story.html
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Re: Boston - 2nd Alarm - 5/24 - In Progress
« Reply #5 on: May 25, 2012, 11:23:39 AM »
Rundown from Emba:

MA 23 THU 24 GROUP    3/1      BOX 12-7113 LOCATION: John Joseph Moakley US Federal Couthouse,1 Courthouse Wy
                               (12 Northern Av) 10 Story Brick/Concrete fully Sprinklered Building
                               1 Courthouse Wy (12 Northern Av),John Joseph Moakley US Federal Courthouse         
      INCIDENT #27470          Capt Harrison E-10/TL-3, Act DC Watson E-51/D-6(Ops), Malone D-4(Evac),
                               Harrington D-3(Rit), Feeley H-1(Safety),Carey D-8(2nd),
                               Act DC Earnest E-17/D-7, DiBenedetto C-6 (IC)
1612 Still Box 12-7113         E 10            TL-3
1624 1st Alarm    By E-10/Tl-3 E 39-7          L 18-TL-17 R-1 MU           D-6a(Ops) H-1 D-4(Evac) C-6 (IC) 
1629 Rehab and Rit Cos By FA   E 4             L 19       W-25             D-3(Rit)
1651 2nd Alarm        By D-6   E 3-2-8         L 23       SU TaC           D-8(2nd) D-7(Act)  A-65
1724 Haz Mat Tech     By C-6                                               T-6 T-14 T-22
1823 All Out                   IGNITION FACTOR U 
                               Loss $ N/A   
ORIGIN: Basement 15,500 vac transformer fire
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