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I was at the quarters of Ladder 3 and Battalion 6 when the initial call came in. Shortly after arrival B6 gave the 10-77 and more units were dispatched. At first a PWH was given, therefore some trucks were already sent back to their quarters. However later, the 2nd alarm and then a 3rd alarm were sound when they found out the fire was still ongoing. I was able to catch most of the trucks with a lot of action including some rare catches while standing at the corner of 1st Avenue and 14th Street. Some trucks have been filmed twice: once while responding to the initial calls (and then getting a 10-8) and then responding again into the greater alarms.

Extract from the NYCfire.net forum:

Fire Location: 330 1st Ave

B-6 gave the 10-77

Fire in the basement in a conduit box 13 story MD

B-6 All Hands.

E-237 Act. 14, 16, 33, 5 s/c
E-22 w/ H.R 2
E-21 (C.F.R.D)
E-28 (H.R Nozzle)
L-3, 7, 11 (Fast), 9 (Fast) s/c
L-20, 5, 24 s/c, 6 s/c, 12 s/c, 18 s/c
B-6, 4, 2, 1 (Safety)
R-1
Sq-18
D-1
Rac-1
RB, SB
FC, FCB
Tac-1
CTU

D-1: PWH @ 19:30
D-1: s/c a fast truck relief, 1 more engine & 2 more trucks @ 19:51
D-1: 2nd Alarm @ 19:59
D-1: we have extension from the manhole into the basement @ 19:59

2nd Alarm:

E-55, 15, 14, 1, 7 (Comm)
E-9 w/ Sat. 1
E-84 Fire & Ice s/c
L-3 s/c, 1 (Fast) s/c
L-115 (Vent) s/c
B-8 (RUL)
R-1
Sq-18
RB, SB
FC, FCB (Staging)
RM-1
Rac-4
Tac-1
CTU
Mask
Car-15E (Chief of Fire Academy Randall's Island DAC Thomas Richardson)
Car-3 (Chief of Department James E. Leonard)

*R1, Sq18, RB, SB, CTU, Tac-1, FC, FCB all went 10-8 and assigned back in on the 2nd.*

MD: to FCB you are now the RUL. B8 go 10-8 @ 20:15
MD: to B8 redirected back in to the 2nd as RUL. FCB you are Staging manager @ 20:19
D-1: requesting fire and ice unit @ 20:20
D-1: 2 additional trucks @ 20:36
B-8 s/c a vent support unit @ 20:38
FC per Car 3: transmit a 3rd Alarm @ 20:51

*1st Ave & East 17th St*

3rd Alarm:

E-16, 3, 26, 24, 65, 34 s/c
L-5 s/c, 20 s/c, 21 s/c, 8 s/c, 116 Act. 20 s/c
L-23 (Vent) s/c
B-4, 9, 31 s/c, 10 s/c, 12 s/c
Rac-1
Car-23 (Public Information Press Officer Frank Dwyer)
Car-6 (Manhattan Borough Commander AC Roger Sakowich)
Car-16C (Director Fire Alarm Dispatch Steven Magliardo)
Car-22G (Supervisor Mechanics Mark Tria)
Car-33 (Medical Officer Brooklyn, Queens & Staten Island)
Car-12 (Chief of Safety Command AC Paul Cresci)

FC per Car 3: s/c 2 additional trucks @ 20:59
FC per Car 3: s/c an additional vent support @ 21:00

*Seems a lot of units went 10-8 then re-assigned on greater alarms.*

FC per Car 3: s/c 2 Battalion Chief @ 21:19
FC per Car 3: s/c 2 Truck Companies @ 21:42
FC: PWH @ 22:29
FC: s/c 1 additional Engine Ladder & Battalion @ 22:46
FC: Under Control @ 22:50

Relocations:

Squad 252 Act. Rescue 1
Engine 210 Act. Engine 5 (Went 10-8)
Engine 325 Act. Engine 5
Engine 202 Act. Engine 16 (10-8 sent to 28)
Engine 202 Act. Engine 28 (10-8 sent to 14)
Engine 202 Act. Engine 14
Engine 59 Act. Engine 55
Engine 238 Act. Engine 15
Engine 291 Act. Engine 1
Ladder 14 Act. Ladder 7
Ladder 102 Act. Ladder 3 (10-8 sent to 11)
Ladder 102 Act. Ladder 11
Ladder 131 Act. Ladder 9
Ladder 42 Act. Ladder 3
Ladder 16 Act. Ladder 6
Battalion 35 Act. Battalion 2
Battalion 49 Act. Battalion 8
Battalion 48 Act. Battalion 1 (10-8 sent to 1)
Battalion 48 Act. Battalion 1

Ich befand mich gerade an der Wache von Drehleiter 3 und Einsatzleiter 6, als die erste Meldung einlief. Kurz nach dem Eintreffen wurde auch schon vom Einsatzleiter 6 die Alarmstufe erhöht, da die Feuermeldung positiv war. Später wurden aber die ersten Einheiten schon zurückgeschickt, weil man davon ausging, dass alles unter Kontrolle ist. Plötzlich wurde klar, dass sich das Feuer doch ausgebreitet hat. Daraufhin wurde ein 2. Alarm und im weiteren Verlauf auch ein 3. Alarm ausgelöst, wobei einige Fahrzeuge, die ursprünglich dabei waren, erneut die Einsatzstelle anfuhren. Aus diesem Grund habe ich diverse Einheiten auch zweimal filmen können. In New York werden bei solchen Lagen immer Unmengen an Fahrzeugen alarmiert, die in diesem Fall größtenteils an meiner Filmposition vorbeifuhren.

by Dirk Steinhardt - http://www.FDNYvideos.com - http://www.rescue911.eu - Manhattan, New York City, State of New York, USA - 09.2018
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Date: 16.02.2019 19:32
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