12/14/2014 John Raterman, Acting District 2 Fire Chief John.Raterman@cincinnati-oh.gov 513-352-2322 INSERT INCIDENT ADDRESS RANGE: 2465 Warsaw Avenue (Price Hill) DISPATCH TIME: 1659 Hours LIST TYPE OF INCIDENT: Structure Fire REPONSE EFFORTS AND # OF FIREFIGHTERS ON SCENE: One-Alarm Structure Fire (37 Firefighters) EQUIPMENT UTILIZED: Engines 24, 21 & 14 (SAFETY) Ladders 17, 21 & 24 (RAT), Rescue 14, Medic Units 24 & 29, ALS-35, SO-2, District Fire Chiefs 2 & 1, FIU Car 514 INJURIES TO CIVILIANS OR FIREFIGHTERS: None ESTIMATED DAMAGE: $1,000 CAUSE (IF KNOWN): Under Investigation # OF PEOPLE DISPLACED: 0 SMOKE DETECTORS PRESENT: No BRIEFLY DESCRIBE INCIDENT: Upon arrival, firefighters discovered a “working fire” in a vacant 2 story home. The fire was located on the second floor, and was quickly extinguished within 10 minutes by the first arriving companies. Even though the building is deemed vacant, primary and secondary searches were conducted, and no occupants found. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation by the Fire Investigation Unit.
December 16, 2014 Dist 3 Fire Chief Mike Zimmerman, Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org / 513 352-2344 ADDRESS: 2476 MUSTANG DR DISPATCH TIME: 1106 AM LIST TYPE OF INCIDENT: Structure fire REPONSE EFFORTS AND # OF FIREFIGHTERS ON SCENE: 36 personnel EQUIPMENT UTILIZED: Engines 35, 20, Safety Engine 12, Trucks 20, 21, RAT 24, Heavy Rescue 14, ALS 35, Medic 35, Districts 3, 2, and Safety Officer INJURIES TO CIVILIANS OR FIREFIGHTERS: 0 ESTIMATED DAMAGE: $10,000 CAUSE (IF KNOWN): Undetermined / currently under investigation # OF PEOPLE DISPLACED: 2- 1 child /1 adult SMOKE DETECTORS PRESENT: No BRIEFLY DESCRIBE INCIDENT: Fire of undetermined origin started near the front door of an occupied 1 story multi-dwelling. Occupant had left premises approximately 1 ½ hours prior to dispatch and had noticed an odd smell in the hallway while leaving. Firefighters were able to extinguish the fire in 10 minutes, however, there was heavy smoke damage throughout. There were no operating smoke detectors in the building. Occupants are staying with family.
December 16, 2014 Mike Zimmerman, District 3 Fire Chief / Michael.email@example.com / 513 352-2333 Address: 2503 Spring Grove Ave – Camp Washington DISPATCH TIME: 0927 A.M. LIST TYPE OF INCIDENT: VEHICLE ENTRAPMENT REPONSE EFFORTS AND # OF FIREFIGHTERS ON SCENE: 19 firefighters EQUIPMENT UTILIZED: Engines 12, Truck 21, Heavy Rescue 14, District 3, Als-32, Medic 12 & 17 and Safety Officer INJURIES TO CIVILIANS OR FIREFIGHTERS: 2 civilians BRIEFLY DESCRIBE INCIDENT: Responded to a single car accident that snapped an electric pole with entrapment. The vehicle came to rest directly under high tension electric lines that were low hanging from the sheared off pole. Firefighters quickly extricated two victims from the wreckage. Patients were transported to UC Medical Center suffering life threatening injuries. Accident details are currently being investigated by Cincinnati Police.
12/21/14 Joe Robertson, Acting D-3; Joseph.Robertson@cincinnati-oh.gov; 513-352-2333 4961 Wooden Shoe Hollow Dr 0237 Hours 1 Alarm Fire 34 Firefighters Responded Engine 38, Engine 51, Safety Engine 20, Truck 20, Truck 2, Rat 32, Districts 3 and 2, Heavy Rescue 9, Medic 51, ALS 34, SO2 INJURIES TO CIVILIANS OR FIREFIGHTERS: Zero ESTIMATED DAMAGE: $10,000 CAUSE (IF KNOWN): Candles too close to combustibles # OF PEOPLE DISPLACED: Zero SMOKE DETECTORS PRESENT: N/A BRIEFLY DESCRIBE INCIDENT: Companies dispatch to report of house fire from neighbor. Companies upon arrival found working fire in an occupied 2 story, single family resident. Fire crew initiated interior attack on fire and simultaneously conducted primary search of residence. Fire extinguished approximately 10 minutes with the fire contained to the second floor. There were no injuries to occupants or firefighters. Occupant requested to stay in home. Fire was determined that candles were too close to combustibles.
DATE: December 27, 2014 District Chief GS Frazier - Cincinnati Fire Department (CFD) District 4 / Unit 3 (O) (513)352-2344 (F) (513)352-4835 (C) (513)368-1299 INCIDENT ADDRESS: 4906 Paddock Rd DISPATCH TIME: 00:18 (am) LIST TYPE OF INCIDENT: One-Alarm Structure Fire REPONSE EFFORTS AND # OF FIREFIGHTERS ON SCENE: 1 Alarm Compliment - 36 CFD Personnel: EQUIPMENT UTILIZED: Engines 2, 9 & Safety Engine 32; Ladders 2, 32 & RAT 31; Heavy Rescue 14; Medic Units 9 & 46; Districts 4 & 3; SO-2, and ALS-32. INJURIES TO CIVILIANS OR FIREFIGHTERS: 1 Male resident transported unconscious to hospital due to smoke inhalation. ESTIMATED DAMAGE: $12,000.00 CAUSE: Undetermined # OF PEOPLE DISPLACED: 6 SMOKE DETECTORS PRESENT: Yes, operated. BRIEFLY DESCRIBE INCIDENT: 911 Emergency Call Center notified by building resident that house was on fire. CFD 1 Alarm compliment dispatched and first arriving company reported smoke visible on 2nd floor of a 2 story brick and frame single family dwelling. Companies also heard elderly male victim, trapped upstairs by smoke, crying for help. Firefighters initiated an aggressive victim rescue operation and fire attack. Victim was pulled unconscious from the structure and transported to UC hospital where he was later revived. The fire cause is under investigation by the CFD Fire Investigations Unit.
fmfd25: T-3 - any word on when it will ever go in service? FDIC was 3-4 as back in April
Aug 11, 2015 20:14:23 GMT -5
Bob : The crew of Truck 3 placed their new frontline App Number 51650 in service today September 2nd at 14:37 hours. Old frontline 21650 was said to be available as a spare at engine 35s quarters
Sept 2, 2015 17:31:45 GMT -5