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    Favorite dispatchers

    Are you old enough to remember Larry Cohen, Disp#28? He had seniority when Russ Ramsey was just a Proby Disp.
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    4/23/21. NEW SEAGRAVE TOWER LADDERS

    If you know the new COD or COO, maybe you could resubmit the suggestion.
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    UNIDEN SDS100

    Is anyone currently using the latest Bearcat handheld -- Uniden SDS100, and can you share your experience with it as far as sensitivity, selectivity, clarity? Pluses and negtives?
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    4/23/21. NEW SEAGRAVE TOWER LADDERS

    When did they change that? It used to be the budget year it was purchased out of.
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    6/26/21 Staten Island 2nd Alarm Box 887

    Anyword on the three Brothers with reported serious injuries?
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    4/6/21 Queens 8th Alarm Box 7864

    I'm still trying to figure out who goes to the trouble of making a trench cut - and DOESN'T PULL IT?? And they wonder why it jumped the trench? That's because when you don't pull it, there IS NO trench! We used to pull the ceilings below the trench and have a charged line to protect the...
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    3/31/21 Staten Island 5th Alarm Box 1150

    Setting up a DECON area
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    3/9/2021 Bronx 3rd Alarm Box 2527

    1 BLACK TAG (10-45 Code1) 7 GREEN TAG Firefighters - correction: 2 transported to local hospitals Update: All seven transported to area hospitals
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    3/9/21 Queens 10-75 Box 6974

    Saw the sign, and thought Al Epstein opened a Queens satellite office LOL
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    1-8-21...QNS SEVENTH ALARM 4464

    Was there any other jobs concurrently? Seems strange that E275 and E326 were assigned on the 2-2 before E299 and E320??...and E315 on the 4th, typically would be 8th or 9th engine on the box?
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    12/22/20 Queens 2nd Alarm Box 9237

    If it's illegal to transport propane in NYC, how then do all the Home Depot big box stores sell and exchange 20 lb. cylinders? I know of 1 in College Point and 1 in Flushing have been doing it for years. Chapter 38 of the NYC Fire Codes will come into play. Also, I wonder how many people have...
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    10/19/20 Bronx 4th Alarm Box 4841

    If you don't know, don't guess. E.63 was originally on White Plains Rd. Ladder 39 was on E.233rd St. between Katonah and Kepler Aves.
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    10/16/20 Manhattan 10-75 Box 1142

    Just an FYI: 10-75 is a "request" for a full first alarm assignment including special units. ALL HANDS is a notification signal that all first alarm units are operating. Don't confuse the two.
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    Pump Testing New Super Pumper

    Wen the Superpumper was in service, there were street grid maps citywide that showed where the best locations were to operate from. Specific intersections had water mains that weren't cross-connected and they could get a supply via 4 1/2" hose from up to three different water mains. This was...
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    The results are in

    The only way you'll ever get something NEAR N.Y. pizza out of state is if you truck Anywhere that pizza is made that wants to be as good as NY pizza would have to have NEW YORK WATER trucked in to make the dough!
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    9/17/20 Queens 10-75 Box 5013

    Advanced fire on arrival, fire out 2 windows. You don't know by looking if there may be front and rear apartments until you count mailboxes in the lobby. First line is always what the officer calls for. In this case, it's a short stretch, even for a four-man engine. You can't go wrong in...
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