04-10-13 Bronx 2nd Alarm Box 3612

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6-6-2-3612
White Plains Road at Magenta Street. Taxpayer.

62 38 79 63  (or 63 79)    32 51 37 (or 39)FAST.  BN 15 R3. S61

Guessing 97 90 66 48  39 41 BN 27  D7

2 ADDTL trucks.  L56, 38

E60/62, E67/79,  L?/39, L154/66, L50/41

Train traffic stopped on EL.

Did not hear the initial response rundown. Looks like somebody was out as this sequence is a little out of whack.

PWH @ 1316HRS
 

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2-2 3612 3356 White Plains Rd @ Magenta St

Fire in BSMT of 1 sty Taxpayer - Extension to Cockloft
 

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I know what 3612 is, but what does 6-6-2-2 indicate?  I'm guessing , but could it indicate a second alarm in Da Bronx?
 

AuxWarYearsCapt

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Dover FD.......yes you are correct  2-2 is a second alarm....

6-6  indicates the boro


6-6  is Manhattan & Bronx
7-7  is Brooklyn
8-8  is Staten Island
9-9  is Queens

Back in the old days when there was only the bell system it was used...

It still exists in the Communications Manuel to date
 

AuxWarYearsCapt

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Hurricanes...all you are missing is FCNYBUFF 97......

Would have looked great..    Moe  Larry  &  Curley    buffing  the job together...
 

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Rundown from ExChief84: Bronx, N. Y. 04/10/13 @ 12:30 hrs.
Williamsbridge Section

Box 3612
address: 3356 White Plains Rd.
between: Magenta St. & Bartholdi St.

Fire Building:
1 Story Brick 70 x 75 Taxpayer

Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a 2 Story Taxpayer attach
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a 2 Story Taxpayer attach

3612 @ 12:33
Engs. 62, 63, 79, 97*
Lads. 32, 37
Batt. 27 s/c
Rescue Co. #3*
Squad Co. #61*
* 4 Engs. / 2 Tks. / Rescue & Sqd. on numerous calls

10 ? 75 ? 3612 @ 12:37
TowerLadder 41 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Ladder 39 assigned, became available in the area
Batt. 15
Division 7

All ? Hands:
7 ? 5 ? 3612 @ 12:40
Batt. 27 reports: Box 3612, using All ? Hands upon arrival. We have fire in the basement
of a 1 Story Taxpayer. We have 1 ? line stretched and in operation. The Trucks are "Opening Up"
Fire is Doubtful.

2nd Alarm:
2 ? 2 ? 3612 @ 12:45
Engs. 48, 81, 45, 75
Lad. 61
Eng. 72 w / Satellite 2
Batt. 18 "Safety Officer"
Batt. 19 "Resource Unit Leader"
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1 / Tactical Support Unit #1
Car 11: Deputy Assist. Chief William Seelig

@ 12:54
Division 7: 2nd Alarm, Box 3612, At this time, We have 2 ? lines stretched and in operation.
3rd line is being stretched. We have fire in the basement and into the Cockloft.
Truck Co's are "Opening Up" Searches are in progress. Fire is Doubtful.

@ 13:01
Division 7: 2nd Alarm, Box 3612, Fire is darkening down. Primary Searches are underway.
Fire remains Doubtful at this time.

@ 13:06
Division 7: Special Call ( 2 ) additional Truck Co's.
Ladder 56 & TowerLadder 38 are assigned

@ 13:08
Division 7: 2nd Alarm, Box 3612, Have Transit shut down all elevated train traffic in
both direction from Burk Ave. to Gun Hill Rd. "K"

@ 13:09
Division 7: 2nd Alarm, Box 3612, Main body of fire has been knocked down on the 1st floor
and basement. Continuing to chase pockets of fire in the Cockloft. Primary Searches in the
basement are negative. Fire remains Doubtful.

@ 13:16
Division 7: 2nd Alarm, Box 3612, Primary Searches on the 1st floor are complete and negative
in the original fire store. Primary Searches in the other stores are still underway.
Fire is Probably Will Hold.

@ 13:39
Division 7: 2nd Alarm, Box 3612, All Secondary Searches thru out are complete and negative except
for the very rear area. All pockets of fire in the Cockloft is extinguished. Fire is UnderControl.

( Job Duration: 1 hr. / 7 mins. )

@ 13:47
Division 7: At Box 3612, We have ( 2 ) 10 ? 45's, ( 1 ) Code 4, ( 1 ) Code 2.
Both were self evacuated prior to FD arrival. Being looked at by E.M.S. at this time.



 

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A lot of units were out.
L39 (initially), 38/51 ( normally second due, never made it), E's 90 and 88 (usually assigned in before E's 81, 45, 75), ditto 66/61 (at the Throggs Neck bridge jumper?).
 

mac8146

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The following is the BARB for 3612
1st  Alarm  E-62,38,79,63  L-32,51
2nd Alarm  E-90,66,48,97  L-37,39
3rd Alarm  E-81,88,45,75  L-41

I have 2nd alarm copy in hand from today and yes units were out
2nd Alarm today  E-48,81,45,75  L-61 those are the units. So E-38,90,66,48 all must have been out since E-97 was on first alarm 4th due. 48 must have become available upon 2nd alarm and was then assigned. L-61 is normally 4th alarm truck so L-51 missed this as 32,37 on first alarm 39 in area and L41fast. the special called L-56 is on 5th alarm normally and L38 is not on the 1st to 5 th alarm assignment in Bronx BARB.
 

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I thought i saw E38 there with a spare but no TL 51 I could throw a baseball from 62/32 and hit the building where the fire was  :p
 

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Hurricanes298 said:
I thought i saw E38 there with a spare but no TL 51 I could throw a baseball from 62/32 and hit the building where the fire was  :p

E-38 was there I photographed some of the members
 
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