“No Sleep Till Brooklyn” Lloyd Takes in Two-Alarm Fire with TL.157

On the scene with The Jolly Rogers of Rogers Avenue.

Box 3940

1040   East  45th  St.

E. 255,   E.310,   E.309
TL.157, TL..59
Batt.  41

7-5-3940
L.147  (FAST)
E.323
Rescue  Co. 2
Squad  Co. 1
Batt.  58
Div. 15

1-story Brick, 50 x 100, Commercial
Exposure 1 is a street; Exposure 2 is a vacant lot; Exposure 3 is unknown; Exposure 4 is a similar type attached.
Batt.  41: Using  All Hands; Fire in a commercial garage. Extra Engine and Truck. Fire is "Doubtful."

E.257, TL.170

Batt.  41: Request HazMat to respond due to materials in the building.
HazMat 1, HazMat Battalion, E.250 (HazTech)

Div. 15 to Brooklyn "Transmit a second alarm. Transmit a 10-70  also.”

2 – 2 – 3940
E.248 (Water Resource Unit)
E.281, E.283
L.113
E.284 / Satellite  3
Batt. 33 (Safety  Officer)
Batt. 48 (Resource Unit Leader)
Rescue Battalion, Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1, Tactical Support Unit 2
Command Tactical Unit

Div. 15 "We are in exterior operations with one tower ladder. Second tower ladder set-up. Two lines stretched and in operation. Heavy smoke condition. Fire is "Doubtful.""
 

 

Lloyd Mitchell is a photojournalism student. His main focuses are breaking news and humanities as well as crimes and fires. Lloyd also covers college and professional sports such as minor league baseball. He uses photojournalism to tell a story and to make a difference in his local communities at school in Buffalo and at home in Brooklyn.

 

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Jeff chandler
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Very good explanation! I have been known to have the same rant.
2015-01-17 03:58:59
Anthony Correia
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Dave i agree with your whole post. However the one thing I'm not experiencing or seeing is the over safetyifcation. While i hear words spoke about being safe when possible, but not sacrificing service for safety. If anything, i see firefighters more aggressive than when i started many years back due to the increased protection…
2015-01-14 14:37:28
Jon Newton
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Well done. You make some awesome points. In regards to the "numbers".....(and kind of backing up your thought of changing tactics), we have often wondered why there is so much emphasis on RIT and the RIT/Industrial complex. I'm on Chicago and have worked in the Chicago Suburbs for almost 20 years. We've seen the advent…
2015-01-14 04:15:23
Marshall Sampietro
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spot on....
2015-01-02 14:43:50
Ron Ayotte
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“Over safetyification”... Dave, that is the best description of what those who want to prevent us from doing the job want to do to the job.
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