At 13:31 the Brush and Tanker were activated to assist station 71 with a brush fire endangering a residence on Bank Street. Other units assisting included 41, 114, and 113.
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At 12:13 the Foam Truck, Tanker, and Engine were sent to a Brush fire endangering a structure on Friedline Drive in District 73. Chief 36 was first to arrive and report a working debris pile with extension into the garage. Hands from Foam 39 deployed two 1 3/4” CAFS lines to extinguish and overhaul the fire. Other units assisting included 36, 114, 91, 71, 113,
At 10:26 the Engine and Tanker were sent to assist Station 33 with a commercial automatic alarm at a church on Frye Farm Road. A second call reported smoke in the rear of the building. The Engine crew assisted with checking the building for any smoke or fire and found none. It was determined a defective detector was the source of the activation. Also assisting were 91, 36, 114, 79, 34, and 113.
At 12:24 the Rescue and Service were dispatched to a two-car crash with injuries and entrapment on Rt 30 Westbound at Kurela Road in the first due. First arriving volunteers were able to assist occupants from their vehicles. One patient was transported by Mutual Aid Ambulance. Other units assisting included 71, 114, and 73.
At 02:19 the Rescue and Service were activated for a single car accident with unknown injuries on Route 982 North of Main Street in Youngstown. First arriving fire units reported one car into a pole, no entrapment and no injuries, with both lanes blocked. Firefighters remained on scene for an hour until the wreckage could be removed. Also assisting was Rescue 73.
At 14:04 the Tanker was dispatched to assist station 71 with a mobile home fire on Chestnut Ridge Road. Assistant 71 updated the dispatch to be for mobile homes being dismantled and canceling the Tanker and requesting the Foam truck with hands. Crews assisted with extinguishment and overhaul. Also assisting was 114 and 113.
At 10:23 the Engine was dispatched to a commercial structure fire in a restaurant at Mt. Laurel Plaza. First arriving units reported an oven on fire. Hands used extinguishers, then secured the electric power, and removed the oven from the restaurant and used an 1 3/4 inch CAFS line to complete extinguishment.
At 09:19 Rescues 73, 114, and 39 were dispatched to a multiple vehicle accident on Route 30 at Griffin Drive. Assistant 73 arrived to report injuries and entrapment. Hands from Rescue 39 used hydraulic spreaders and cutters to free the pinned victim. Mutual Aid Ambulance transported one patient. Crews remained on scene until the wreckage was removed from the highway.
At 21:47 the Rescue and Service were sent to a crash with an overturned truck and two people entrapped on Route 30 East just East of the Sleepy Hollow Causeway in the first due. Chief 39 arrived to find an overturned pickup truck with the occupants self extricated and one lane blocked. Mutual Aid Ambulance was on scene but did not transport anyone. Other units assisting included 71, 73, and 42.
At 20:37 the Engine, Tanker, and Service were dispatched to assist station 114 with a commercial structure fire on Devereux Drive. Chief 114 arrived to report a fire in a conveyor leading to a silo. The Tanker was assigned to initial water supply and the Engine to lay-in from one of the hydrants used to supply firefighting operations. Other units assisting included 113, 71, 36, 79, 91, 83, 42, and 35. Thanks to Quint 91 for relocating to station 39 for standby.
At 15:59 the Engine, Rescue-Engine, and Service were dispatched to assist station 113 with a residential structure fire on East Harrison Avenue. Hands assisted with supression, ventilation and overhaul. Other units assisting included 114, 71, 41, and 73. Thanks to 91 for relocating to 39 while we operated at this call.
At 04:39 the Rescue was dispatched to a multi-vehicle accident at the intersection of Route 30 Eastbound and Theater Street. Captain 114 was first to arrive and report no entrapment, with an occupant still in one vehicle. Mutual Aid Ambulance was on scene, but did not transport anyone. Personnel from 39, 73, and 114 remained on scene with traffic control until debris from the crash was removed.
178 entries in the Call History
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