9/14/21 Brooklyn All-Hands Box 3832

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Fire apartment 1C

BC32 to BK: 10-75, we got a fire in 1C. Your address, size up as per CIDS.

L118 FAST

BC32: Using AH, 1LSO. Trucks opening up. Occupants above apartment are sheltering in place. Seems contained to apartment 1C.

CIDS: MD 6-story 96x133 NYCHA building. 1 3/4” hand stretch via hallway windows.

BC32: 2LS, 1LO. Water on the fire. Searches are in progress.

BC32: Searches will be delayed due to a medium clutter condition.

Div. 11: Used AH for fire on the 1st floor of a 6-story project type MD. Gonna go with PWH. Be advised secondaries are in progress. 22 minute duration.

Probably:
E202, E279, E224, E239
L101, T131, L118F
RS02, SQ01
BC. 32, 31
Div. 11
 
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495 Columbia Street - Centre Mall to Bush Street

Fire apartment 1C

BC32 to BK: 10-75, we got a fire in 1C. Your address, size up as per CIDS.

L118 FAST

BC32: Using AH, 1LSO. Trucks opening up. Occupants above apartment are sheltering in place. Seems contained to apartment 1C.

CIDS: MD 6-story 96x133 NYCHA building. 1 3/4” hand stretch via hallway windows.

BC32: 2LS, 1LO. Water on the fire. Searches are in progress.

BC32: Searches will be delayed due to a medium clutter condition.

Div. 11: Used AH for fire on the 1st floor of a 6-story project type MD. Gonna go with PWH. Be advised secondaries are in progress. 22 minute duration.

Probably:
E202, E279, E224, E239
L101, T131, L118F
RS02, SQ01
BC. 32, 31
Div. 11
In the CIDS it stated.... 1 3/4" hand stretch via hallway windows.
I am confused by that. Does that mean bring the hose in via the hallway windows at the end of the halls? Or does it mean there is a shaft inside the building with windows on each floor? Any thoughts.... ?
 

skiLB

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495 Columbia Street - Centre Mall to Bush Street

Fire apartment 1C

BC32 to BK: 10-75, we got a fire in 1C. Your address, size up as per CIDS.

L118 FAST

BC32: Using AH, 1LSO. Trucks opening up. Occupants above apartment are sheltering in place. Seems contained to apartment 1C.

CIDS: MD 6-story 96x133 NYCHA building. 1 3/4” hand stretch via hallway windows.

BC32: 2LS, 1LO. Water on the fire. Searches are in progress.

BC32: Searches will be delayed due to a medium clutter condition.

Div. 11: Used AH for fire on the 1st floor of a 6-story project type MD. Gonna go with PWH. Be advised secondaries are in progress. 22 minute duration.

Probably:
E202, E279, E224, E239
L101, T131, L118F
RS02, SQ01
BC. 32, 31
Div. 11
 

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In the CIDS it stated.... 1 3/4" hand stretch via hallway windows.
I am confused by that. Does that mean bring the hose in via the hallway windows at the end of the halls? Or does it mean there is a shaft inside the building with windows on each floor? Any thoughts.... ?
If a bottle stretch is used the Hoseline must be pulled into a hall window on the floor below the Fire then up the Attack Stair.... NEVER pulled into a window on the Fire Floor as the Hoseline must lead to a way out....in this case to the Stair & Floor Below.
 

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If a bottle stretch is used the Hoseline must be pulled into a hall window on the floor below the Fire then up the Attack Stair.... NEVER pulled into a window on the Fire Floor as the Hoseline must lead to a way out....in this case to the Stair & Floor Below.
Bottle stretches, usually flushed out Clorox bottles, where widely used back in the days of vacant buildings. It was much safer to drop the bottle and pull up the line then to stretch up broken or missing stairs. Also it alleviated the problem of walking over lines when you had to stretch many lines into one building.
 
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