7/19/20 Manhattan All Hands Box 1722

UnitWithTheUrgent

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Address: 590 West 174th St. at St Nicholas Ave.

Fire on the top floor of a 6 story 90x75 MD

E-67: 10-75 - Fire out the window top floor - 15:16

L-36 FAST

B-13: All Hands - Extra E&T (E-43 & L-59) - 15:22

B-13: 2 L/S, 1 L/O - Water on the fire - 15:26

D-7: AVFKD - DWH - 15:37

D-7: Under Control - 15:48

Maybe:
E-67, 93, 84, 95, 43 s/c
L-45, 34, 36F, 59 s/c
B-13, 16
R-3
SQ-41
D-7
RAC-1

Relocations:
E-76 to E-67
L-30 to L-36
L-26 to H&L-34
TL-13 to TL-45
 
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BronxMPO

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Nice job getting that line up there fast and keep it from spreading. 👍
 

rangermsg1

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Just curious on why the thread title is "All Hands" vs "10-75". I always assumed All Hands thread titles were more for when 10-75 wasnt transmitted and were more used for All Hands Under Control boxes. Is there a standard / rule folks adhere to or just a preference?
 

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10-75 signal transmitted when, in the judgment of the Incident Commander, conditions indicate a fire or emergency that requires a total response of the following units:
4 Engine companies
2 Ladder companies
1 FAST unit
2 Battalion Chiefs
1 Squad company
1 Rescue company

All Hands - indicates that all responding units on the 10-75 signal are operating

Not all 10-75s escalate to an All Hands
 

rangermsg1

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10-75 signal transmitted when, in the judgment of the Incident Commander, conditions indicate a fire or emergency that requires a total response of the following units:
4 Engine companies
2 Ladder companies
1 FAST unit
2 Battalion Chiefs
1 Squad company
1 Rescue company

All Hands - indicates that all responding units on the 10-75 signal are operating

Not all 10-75s escalate to an All Hands
Sorry. I realize the above response. I was more questioning this sites etiquette. This job was 10-75 and All Hands. The subject on the site is "Manhattan All Hands Box 1722" vs "Manhattan 10-75 Box 1722". Was more questioning the subject difference.
 

8060rock

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Not sure I know what you're looking for, but
Whoever began the subject would most likely started with "Manhattan 10-75 Box 1722" and then when it was elevated to an All Hands, he would have changed the subject to "Manhattan All Hands Box 1722".
 

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Not sure I know what you're looking for, but
Whoever began the subject would most likely started with "Manhattan 10-75 Box 1722" and then when it was elevated to an All Hands, he would have changed the subject to "Manhattan All Hands Box 1722".
That’s how I post them. If I don’t have the chance to listen to the audio live as it happens, I’ll make the title “All-Hands” assuming or knowing it went to that.
...If I happen to catch it live and listen to it, I’ll keep the title at 10-75 only until I hear the All-Hands given. At that point I’ll change the title. Since a majority, if not all 10-75s turn into an All-Hands, all my posts are titled that. If All-Hands/Under Control is used I’ll title it that to know right away it’s a 3&2 response to the fire. Obviously as the job reaches multiple alarms above the AH the title will be updated accordingly. I’m also a fan of sometimes posting MVAs with significance such as pin jobs, little tip of the hat to companies operating at these other instances where sometimes a life is in dire need of assistance where it’s not a fire. Those are titled MVA w/ Pin.
 
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