1/14/22 Manhattan 2nd Alarm Box 851

Signal73

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Fire Location: 696 10th Avenue

R-1 gave the Urgent 10-75

Fire apartment 4C

E-54,34,23,26
L-4,21,35(Fast)
B-9,8
R-1
Sq-18
D-3
Rac-1

B-9 transmit a 2nd Alarm @09:33

2nd Alarm
E-65,40,21,74
E-9 w/ Sat. 1
L-2,25
B-6(FF)
B-10(RUL)
B-11(Safety)
RB,SB
FC
Tac-1
RM-1
CTU

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R1 - Urgent. Transmit the 10-75. (How often do you see a Rescue give the 10-75)

B9 - MBFKD. 2 L/S, 1 L/O. Duration: 12 minutes

D3 - 2 L/S/O. DWH.

Car 16C responding

D3 - Turn FC around. @0956

D3 - PWH. Return all companies not 10-84. @0958. Duration: 34 minutes

D3 - Under Control. @1006. Duration: 42 minutes

Some Relocations
E76 act E54
E4 act E26
E289 act E23
E201 act E55
L8 act L4
L136? act L2
L42 act L25
Sq41 act R1
B14 act B10
B46 act B8
B1 act B9
 
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They must’ve saw it the minute they turned onto 10th from 43rd street
 

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A rescue company is normally assigned on an initial alarm when closer than the first ladder company. Rescue 1’s first alarm response area is further extended - from 9th Avenue west, from 23rd Street to 72nd Street.
 
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R1 - Urgent. Transmit the 10-75. (How often do you see a Rescue give the 10-75)
Surprisingly enough I think I’ve heard Rescue 1 give 10-75s more often that most normal companies in Manhattan. Usually ends up being the battalion in most other cases.
 

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Hi all: quick question. Does anybody know what would cause Car 16C to respond on this? I understand certain cars rotate as the citywide command Chief, for example C15A at Sunday's fire. However, according to the car number list, 16C appears to be the Deputy Director of Fire Alarm Dispatch. Does anybody know why they would be responding? Just a curiosity. Thanks.
 

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Hi all: quick question. Does anybody know what would cause Car 16C to respond on this? I understand certain cars rotate as the citywide command Chief, for example C15A at Sunday's fire. However, according to the car number list, 16C appears to be the Deputy Director of Fire Alarm Dispatch. Does anybody know why they would be responding? Just a curiosity. Thanks.
Most likely the citywide tour commander. Who generally respond to 2nd alarm or greater during "business" hours.
 

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Most likely the citywide tour commander. Who generally respond to 2nd alarm or greater during "business" hours.
Thanks, I'm aware of the tour commander role but I assumed the Deputy Director of FAD would be a dispatcher/someone with a dispatch background. Is that role filled by Chiefs who have operational experience?
 

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Car-16C didn’t respond to this incident. He asked for the dispatcher to repeat the report cuz the mixer wasn't on
 

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Car-16C didn’t respond to this incident. He asked for the dispatcher to repeat the report cuz the mixer wasn't on
Ah thanks for pointing that out. Thought they were responding and wanted the division to repeat the report so they are aware.
 

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A rescue company is normally assigned on an initial alarm when closer than the first ladder company. Rescue 1’s first alarm response area is further extended - from 9th Avenue west, from 23rd Street to 72nd Street.
1 will go out for fire/smoke on the initial ticket. I believe Terry Hatton started this. Morris Sr. Extended the area.
Heard he tried to get it up to as far as Harlem but the job said No,No.
 

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Why is this rescue company’s first due/initial ticket area so extensive compared to the other rescues? There are other truck companies on the west side between 23rd-72nd street.
 

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'Why is this rescue company’s first due/initial ticket area so extensive'?

Yeah, 23rd x 72nd is Quite a Stretch :unsure:
 
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