2/22/21 Brooklyn 10-75 Box 1078

UnitWithTheUrgent

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Address: 901 Washington Ave. off Crown St.

Fire in the basement of a 6 story 125x150 MD

B-38: 10-75 - Fire in the basement - 23:42

TL-105 FAST

B-38: Water on the fire - 23:45

D-15: AVFKD - PWH - 23:56

D-15: Under Control - 00:03

Duration: 32 min.

Maybe:
E-280, 249, 219, 234
L-132, 113, 105F
B-38, 57
R-2
SQ-1
D-15
RAC-2
 
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johnd248

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I remember when this was a B 41 box; now they are not even the all hands chief.
 

1261Truckie

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John,

That was when they ran out of Church Ave. Snyder Ave puts them a little out of reach for this box. Ah, the Good Old Days!

Jim
 

lucky

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Are you showing your age? Was the 57 even in existence and was the 38 still on Bergen St.?
 

1261Truckie

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Yes I guess I'm showing my age. The 57 was in existence and the 38 was still on Bergen, but the 41 was assigned to 1078. FYI - I rode with 132 from June 1968 to Feb 1975
 

johnd248

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Must have seen you on occasion, Jim. I remember Brendan riding with E 280. I rode at E 248 from 1964 to 1973.
 

1261Truckie

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John,
I'm sure we ran in together on many occasions. Do you remember Stevie Meyer who also rode with 280 and Jerry Grady who preceeded me in 132?
 

johnd248

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Don’t remember them. Richie Sheirer rode with L 157 and later became head of OEM.
 
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