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WORKING FIRES TO DATE:

WORKING FIRES FOR 2013: 35

 

CURRENT MONTH OF DECEMBER

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1/4 9 O.O.S 11 20
1/11 28 O.O.S 22 50
1/18 10 O.O.S 30 40
1/25 25 O.O.S 27 52
1/31
 18 O.O.S 17 35

 

   
    
MTD 90 O.O.S 107 197

MONTHLY BREAKDOWN FOR 2013

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197

PREVIOUS YEARS STATISTICS

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2012 164221823354195
2011140867021464224
2010170249126624855
2009115523920523446
2008134628518033434
2007136644216893497
2006120255717683526
2005113446916963299
2004130233715623201

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Tower 7, Chief 7, and Chief 7A Operate on First Alarm on Riverdale Rd
Sunday, 14 September 2014 10:43

On September 10th at 1114hrs PSC dispatched the box for 6813 Riverdale Rd for the reported building fire. Tower 7 responded with 4 personnel as the first due truck, Chief 7 and Chief 7A also responded. Chief 7 arrived on the scene with smoke showing from a three story in the front garden style apartment and established the Command. Chief 7A arrived on the scene and was assigned to Division 1 with engine 828 and Tower 7. Tower 7 laddered side Alpha and opened up on Division 1. Units found a fire in the basement on side Charlie. 

Due to the fire being started by workers sweating pipes and the fire extending up the pipe chases, Command called for the second alarm. The fire in the basement was knocked and extensive overhaul was needed to ensure the fire did not extend up the building. Tower 7 operated on the scene for just over 3 hours. On this incident one of our members experienced a medical emergency and was transported by EMS to a local hospital. He has since been released. 

 

 
Engine 73 Runs A 44 Building Fire
Sunday, 14 September 2014 10:34
On September 6th at 1952hrs Engine 73 was alerted as the third due engine for the reported building fire at 6403 Ager Rd in company 44's first due. Engine 73 responded with 4 personnel, arrived on the scene securing a secondary water supply. The building was a Pepco substation which caused all units to stand by until the arrival of Pepco. Once Pepco arrived and secured the power the fire was quickly knocked and command held it with two and one. Engine 73 cleared the scene at 2030hrs. 
 
Tower and Chief 7A Run 31 Building Fire
Sunday, 14 September 2014 10:26
On September 5th at 0440hrs engine 831 was dispatched for an automatic alarm in the building at 10745 Tucker St. Engine 831 arrived on the scene with smoke showing and requested the box. Tower 7 responded with 5 personnel, Chief 7A responded as Battalion Chief 884. Tower 7 arrived on the scene and assisted with opening up on side Bravo while Battalion Chief 884 was assigned as the interior. With the fire being brought under control quickly Tower 7 assisted with overhaul and ventilation. The Tower and Battalion Chief cleared the scene in just under a hour.  
 
Engine 73 Arrives to Find 2 Trapped
Sunday, 14 September 2014 10:18

On September 2nd at 2316hrs Engine 73 was alerted with ambulance 812 for the personal injury accident in the area of Kenilworth Ave and Good Luck Rd. Engine 73 responded with 4 volunteers and arrived on the scene to find a single vehicle accident into the woods with two trapped. Engine 73 established command, requested the rescue assignment, and started patient care. Rescue Squad 14 arrived on the scene and went to work to extricate the patients. 

Engine 73 continued to assist with patient care and provide a protection line for the squad. A total of 4 patients were transported to local hospitals including two to trauma centers.

 

 
Engine 73, Second Due on 9 Box
Tuesday, 26 August 2014 12:34

On Sunday August 24, 2014 at 1642hrs, PSC started to receive phone calls reporting an explosion in a house in the 4700blk of Decatur St in company 9's first due. Engine 73 was dispatched as the second due engine and responded with 6 personnel. Engine 73 arrived on the scene just after the engine from company 9. With the engine from 9 picking up the hydrant in front of the house Engine 73 laid a line to 47th Ave, advanced their 400' pre-connect to back up the first due engine, and assisted with laddering the house.

With the fire being contained to the room of origin and minor extension, command held it to the engine from 9, Engine 73, and truck 9 to operate inside the house. The two engine crews worked quickly with the assistance of the truck company and the fire was brought under control. Command scaled back the assignment to one and one. Engine 73 cleared the scene at 1729hrs.

 

 
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