1/14/22 Brooklyn All-Hands Box 0487

FDNYSTATENISLAND

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44 Grace Court off Hicks Street - Brooklyn Heights

BC31: 10-75 the box.

BC32 FF chief, L101 FAST

BC31: Using All-Hands for fire on 4th floor of a 5-story occupied, NFP 60x60 MD. 2LS, 1LO. Primaries are in progress.

BC31: Water on the fire. All visible fire KD. 14 minute duration.

Division 11 is 10-84 at the box.

Probably:
E205, E207, E226, E202
L118, L110, L101F
RS02, SQ01
BC. 31, 32
DC11

*Box is around corner from E224 quarters, but 224 is still with 279/131. Might be a box they lost*
 
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FDNYSTATENISLAND

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The building sold for over $7 million a few years ago. Brooklyn heights, one of NYCs most expensive neighborhoods, America’s first true suburb (of Manhattan). Historic with Battle of Long Island during Revolutionary war (George Washington led retreat from Brooklyn Heights across East River onto Manhattan). Church where Abraham Lincoln once worshipped. Treelined streets with century-old brownstones like this one. A tiller ladder is needed to maneuver these streets, L118 very fitting.
 

GeoC

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One of the best buildings in the area is E 224 Quarters. I hope the renovations doesn’t destroy the character of the house.
 

jtsjc1

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I got a chance to see E224s quarters many times because one of our terminals was in the basement. It looked like a classic firehouse and good group of guys there no matter who was working. They'd always offer a cup of coffee and at one time I actually had to repair their phone so I sat around talking with them for awhile. Good times working the Heights.
 
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