7/1/22 Brooklyn 5th Alarm Box 137

Signal73

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Fire Location: 484 Union Ave off Meeker Ave.

E-216 gave the 10-75

Fire 1st floor 3 story brick 30x50

E-229,221,216,238,211s/c
L-146,104,108(Fast),106s/c
B-35,45
R-2
Sq-252
D-11
Rac-2

B-35 (3) 10-45s No Codes

D-11 Fire extending to the 2nd floor and exposure

D-11 2nd Alarm @05:53

2nd Alarm
E-206,230,237
E-207 w/ Sat. 6
L-119,131 Act. 146s/c,132s/c
B-37(Safety)
B-28(RUL)
B-57(FF)
RB,SB
FC
Tac-1
RM-1
CTU

D-11 2 L/S 1 in Opp @06:01

D-11 2 L/S/O start me out 2 extra trucks @06:08

D-11 transmit a 3rd Alarm @06:09

*Staging Union & Metropolitan*

3rd Alarm
E-214,226 Act. 221,219 Act. 230,217
E-332(Comm)
L-157 Act. 119s/c,128s/c
B-4(Staging)
B-46(FF)
B-51(Air Recon)
Rac-1
Mask
Car-17(Chief of Uniformed Personnel/Fire Commissioner Liaison)
Car-4 (Chief of Operations)
Car-22D (Fleet Mechanic Supervisor)
Car-12C (Extra Safety Chief)
Car-24B (Director Technical Services MEU)

D-11 2 trucks above the 3rd @06:13

FC fire K/D in exposure 4. DWH @06:43

FC transmit a full 4th Alarm @06:45

4th Alarm
E-239 Act. 229,259,258,291
L-115,122 Act. 102
B-31
Car-22C (Fleet Mechanic Supervisor)

FC trucks continuing to open up. MBFKD. @07:03

FC per Car-4 transmit a full 5th Alarm for relief @07:13

5th Alarm
E-28 Act. 216,325 Act. 238,4 Act. 211,294 Act. 206
L-154 Act. 108,101 Act. 104,114 Act. 119s/c
L-6 Act. 106(Fast)s/c
B-38
Car-33 (Medical Officer Brooklyn, Queens & Staten Island)

Watch Line
E-202

Relocations:
Division 1 Act. Division 11
Squad 41 Act. Rescue 2
Engine 28 Act. Engine 216
Engine 4 Act. Engine 211
Engine 262 Act. Engine 237
Engine 325 Act. Engine 238
Engine 249 Act. Engine 211
Engine 231 Act. Engine 237
Engine 219 Act. Engine 230
Engine 226 Act. Engine 221
Ladder 131 Act. Ladder 146
Ladder 157 Act. Ladder 119
Ladder 176 Act. Ladder 108
Ladder 154 Act. Ladder 108

Ladder 6 Act. Ladder 106
Ladder 114 Act. Ladder 119
Battalion 32 Act. Battalion 35
Battalion 44 Act. Battalion 37

Battalion 3 Act. Battalion 28

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Signal73

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R-4 10-84 the other job. Not at this job
 
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Not very often you see a Division relocating
Each borough (excluding Staten Island) has 2 Division Chiefs. As a rule of thumb, if both divisions in any borough get tied up for an extended period, a Division Chief is relocated to the borough. I say as a rule of thumb, because if one is coming close to concluding operations at one incident when the second incident occurs, it may not be done. Common sense and dispatcher discretion come into play.

Question: Who decides which Division will be relocated? I assume it’s taken out of the Decision Dispatcher’s hands and goes to either the Supervising Dispatcher or even the on-duty chief dispatcher. Maybe even the FDOC. Any one in the know?
 

Anthony Russo

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Fire Location: 484 Union Ave off Meeker Ave.

E-216 gave the 10-75

Fire 1st floor 3 story brick 30x50

E-229,221,216,238,211s/c
L-146,104,108(Fast),106s/c
B-35,45
R-2
Sq-252
D-11
Rac-2

B-35 (3) 10-45s No Codes

D-11 Fire extending to the 2nd floor and exposure

D-11 2nd Alarm @05:53

2nd Alarm
E-206,230,237
E-207 w/ Sat. 6
L-119,131 Act. 146s/c,132s/c
B-37(Safety)
B-28(RUL)
B-57(FF)
RB,SB
FC
Tac-1
RM-1
CTU

D-11 2 L/S 1 in Opp @06:01

D-11 2 L/S/O start me out 2 extra trucks @06:08

D-11 transmit a 3rd Alarm @06:09

*Staging Union & Metropolitan*

3rd Alarm
E-214,226 Act. 221,219 Act. 230,217
E-332(Comm)
L-157 Act. 119s/c,128s/c
B-4(Staging)
B-46(FF)
B-51(Air Recon)
Rac-1
Mask
Car-17
Car-4
Car-22D
Car-12C
Car-24B

D-11 2 trucks above the 3rd @06:13

FC fire K/D in exposure 4. DWH @06:43

FC transmit a full 4th Alarm @06:45

4th Alarm
E-239 Act. 229,259,258,291
L-115,122 Act. 102
B-31
Car-22C

FC trucks continuing to open up. MBFKD. @07:03

FC per Car-4 transmit a full 5th Alarm for relief @07:13

5th Alarm
E-28 Act. 216,325 Act. 238,4 Act. 211,294 Act. 206
L-154 Act. 108,101 Act. 104,114 Act. 119s/c
L-6 Act. 106(Fast)s/c
B-38
Car-33

Watch Line
E-202

Relocations:
Division 1 Act. Division 11
Squad 41 Act. Rescue 2
Engine 28 Act. Engine 216
Engine 4 Act. Engine 211
Engine 262 Act. Engine 237
Engine 325 Act. Engine 238
Engine 249 Act. Engine 211
Engine 231 Act. Engine 237
Engine 219 Act. Engine 230
Engine 226 Act. Engine 221
Ladder 131 Act. Ladder 146
Ladder 157 Act. Ladder 119
Ladder 176 Act. Ladder 108
Ladder 154 Act. Ladder 108

Ladder 6 Act. Ladder 106
Ladder 114 Act. Ladder 119
Battalion 32 Act. Battalion 35
Battalion 44 Act. Battalion 37

Battalion 3 Act. Battalion 28

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What was the UC time?
 

alycidon

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Car-17 (Chief of Personnel Fire DAC Michael Massucci)

Not seen this Chief at a job before ( confirmed on video)
 

lfdlt31

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Each borough (excluding Staten Island) has 2 Division Chiefs. As a rule of thumb, if both divisions in any borough get tied up for an extended period, a Division Chief is relocated to the borough. I say as a rule of thumb, because if one is coming close to concluding operations at one incident when the second incident occurs, it may not be done. Common sense and dispatcher discretion come into play.

Question: Who decides which Division will be relocated? I assume it’s taken out of the Decision Dispatcher’s hands and goes to either the Supervising Dispatcher or even the on-duty chief dispatcher. Maybe even the FDOC. Any one in the know?
Doesn't happen very often though!

I am not even sure how often a Division gets a ticket in another Division for something like a 10-75
 

t123ken

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Apparently.
Most of the Staff Chiefs have citywide duty on a rotating basis.
 
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