Buffalo FD 4th Alarm w/ Relief – 467 Howard st

Earlier Auto fire at same address at 13:45 hrs
B-43 went on location with smoke showing and further reported fire on the 1st floor #4 side
extending to the 2nd floor in a 2 story brick building, & requested an additional 2 & 1 to the
scene. B-56 reported heavy fire conditions in the 85×225′ commercial building and requested
the balance of the 2nd Alarm. Command requested the 3rd Alarm to the scene and reported a
major collapse of the 1-2 & 1-4 corners of the building. Command further requested an
additional 2 Engines for water supply and requested the balance of the 4th Alarm. Engine 31
reported fire on the roof of the #2 side exposure, a 2.5 story residential dwelling.
5 Towers airborne and flowing. Multiple 2½” lines & Blitz fire nozzles in use
ON Scene:
Engines: 32, 3, 35, 1, 22, 21, 25, 28, 2, 31, 4, 23
Ladders: 5, 15, 2, 6, 10, 14, 4, 13, 7, Rescue 1, Hazmat 1
Chiefs: B-43, 42, 46, 44, 47, 55 & B-56  –  Multiple Relief crews on scene
Support Staff: F-20, 9, 11, 72, 76, 39, 16x, 51, 65, 62, C-1, multiple CBRNE rigs, MC-1
Damages: $ 1.265 Million
10-28-2014 – Time Out: 15:32 hrs

Buffalo Fire Dept Responds to Ebola Case – Dempster st

Engine 28 responds to a possible Ebola scare on Dempster st
ADI informs Fire Dispatch that everything is OK, and to proceed.
Engine 28 holds at door awaiting EMS Supervisor from Rural Metro, and their EMS Lt. and Battalion Chief.
Patient is transported via normal protocols to Erie County Medical Center

 

Buffalo FD 2nd Alarm – 5 Walden ave

B-43 on scene with a working fire in an old Funeral Home.
Engine 21 reports heavy fire 1st floor ext to attic. Adjoined 2.5
story buildings well involved Fire through roof and spreading.
Crews set up for Defensive Ops. Wall collapse on #2 side.
B-56 requests extra 2 & 1, then wants Balance of 2nd Alarm.
City Excavator sent to help dismantle building for overhaul.
4 -2½” & 3 – Blitz fire nozzles,
3 Towers airborne & flowing, Monitor from E21
ON Scene:
Engines: 21, 3, 33, 31, 22, 2
Ladders: 6, 14, 2, 5, 4 (Multiple companies were FAST), Rescue 1
Chiefs: B-43, B-44, B-42, B-56 & B-55
Support Staff: F-20, 9, 11, 39, 72, 76
Damages: $ 250K
10-25-2014 – Time Out: 17:07 hrs

Buffalo FD 1+ Alarm – 643 Lasalle ave

PD on scene with smoke showing from eaves.
Engine 34 arrives to heavy smoke from #2 side 2 story dwelling.
Engine 33 reports fire now in basement. E-34 advancing 2 lines.
B-56 pulls all crews out of structure with fire on all floors and
exposure problem on #3 side. Emergency Head Count conducted.
Ladder 7 sets up for Master Stream Operations
3 -1¾” Lines in use & Ladder 7 airborne and flowing.
ON Scene:
Engines: 34, 23, 33, 31, 38  –  Ladders: 7, 13, 4, 6 FAST, Rescue 1
Chiefs: B-47, B-41, B-56  –  Support Staff: F-20, 9, 11
Damages: $55K
10-20-2014 – Time Out: 12:24 hrs

Detroit Box Alarm: 6380 Hazlett St- Vacant Dwelling Fire

Detroit Firefighters were called on the scene of 6380 Hazlett St For a reported dwelling fire on the night of July 5th. This was a very busy night for Detroit firefighters as the Department was stretched to there maximum limits! This was a vacant Dwelling Going throughout. Going Throughout Is the term in Detroit for Fully Involved.

Detroit Box Alarm: Dwelling Fire- Olivet St & Elsmere St