Manhattan box near Wall Street protestors goes to two-alarms.
On 21 October 2011, the FDNY responded to a box alarm at 120 Broadway, near the site of the Occupy Wall Street protests. Footage is pretty fair, especially for you apparatus fans. The alarm assignments, courtesy nycfire.net, appear below the video.
Box 54 120 Broadway x Pine Street
E.10, 6, 4 L.10, TL.1 Batt.1
10-76, Fire on 28th floor, transmitted by Batt.1
41-story – Class 1, Commercial – 167 x 310
E.7 (4th), 55 (CFR), 202 (Lobby Control) E.33/High Rise 1
L.8, 6, TL.15
Batt.2, Batt.4, Batt. 31 Batt.6 (Safety Officer)
Rescue Battalion, Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1, Tactical Support Unit 1 Command Tactical Unit MSU.1
Car 4 David (Asst. Chief Pfiefer)
Canal Street Response (0700 – 1800, Mon. – Fri.)
Manhattan Boxes 9031, 9032
Box 9031 E.205, L.110, Batt.35
Box 9032 E.279, L.101, Batt.32
Car 4 David transmitts Second Alarm; main body of fire knocked; heavy smoke conditions; searches underway; DWH.
E.14, 5, 224, 24
Batt.48, Batt.40 Batt.7 (Resource Unit Leader) Batt.33 (Air Recon Chief)
Special Call, Two Trucks
Primary searches negative. Secondary searches negative. Searches in stairwells negative.
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