9/23/22 Queens 2nd Alarm Box 1322

Signal73

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Fire Location: 360 Beach 85 St

Multiple vacant 20 X 40 PDs

E-266,265,268,264
L-121,137,134(Fast)
B-47,39
R-4
Sq-270
D-13
Rac-4

E-266 2nd Alarm on arrival @03:08

2nd Alarm
E-328,329,331,225
E-324 w/ Sat. 4
L-173,107,142s/c
B-51(FF)
B-58(RUL)
B-44(Safety)
RB,SB
FC
Tac-2
RM-1
CTU
Ma-9
MB

B-47 our closest address is 360 Beach 85 which is exposure 4

B-47 (3) Vacant PDs fully involved. Start out (1) Marine Unit @03:16

D-13 start out a 3rd TL @03:17

D-13 let all incoming Engines know to get on separate mains @03:20

B-47 (2) L/S/O setting up a TL. Heavy fire in 3 Vacants @03:21

D-13 10-84 @03:26

D-13 (3) L/S/O (2) 1 3/4 & (1) 2 1/2 @03:29

Exposures
1. The Bay
2. Lot
3. Lot
4. 360 Beach 85

D-13 (4) L/S/O & (1) TL. 2 are vacant. We only have room for (1) TL the rest are standing fast. DWH @03:38

QD home owner from 315 Beach 84 St says the fire is getting close to their home @03:42

FC searches will be delayed @03:54

FC per D-13 (4) Vacant PD 5 L/S/O (1) TL. PWH @04:00

Relocations:
Engine 286 Act. Engine 266
Engine 317 Act. Engine 264
Engine 309 Act. Engine 329
Ladder 133 Act. Ladder 134
Ladder 176 Act. Ladder 137
Ladder 161 Act. Ladder 121
Battalion 43 Act. Battalion 47
 
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THEMAJESTIRIUM1

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“{ FDNY BOX 1322 ~ QUEENS }”…..”{ FDNY OPERATING BATTLING A 2ND ALARM FIRE IN 4 VERY SMALL VACANT PRIVATE DWELLINGS ON BEACH 85TH STREET IN THE FAR ROCKAWAY AREA OF QUEENS IN NEW YORK CITY }”…..
 

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Skyler,

I appreciate the trip out there and your explanation about fire companies on the Rockaways. I was there last month visiting from Virginia staying at Breezy Point with a retired FDNY*EMS HAZTAC Rescue Medic officer buddy of mine. I stopped by E268/L137 and the brothers there were great. Very friendly. (Great company SWAG too!) But I was amazed at the labyrinth of nonsensical streets the Rockaways are. No turns for blocks, jersey barriers all over, one-way streets facing each other. Bizarro to say the least not to mention the rough-ish neighborhoods in some locations. But I did stop at the Bungalow bar near the B 92nd on the bay side. Great little place.
 

skylerfire

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just a better look at it. The blue area was what was on fire. Exposure 4 was given as 360 B 85 which is the red area which isn’t correct since the green area is not the fire buildings. This view might explain better
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STAjo

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just a better look at it. The blue area was what was on fire. Exposure 4 was given as 360 B 85 which is the red area which isn’t correct since the green area is not the fire buildings. This view might explain better
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Very Good, Thank You. I had a hard time tryin' to figure it out on G-maps since they were giving Incorrect Location/Exposures.
 
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