Friday, January 17, 2014 16:23hrs.
Rescue 2 responded to 315 Sutter Ave. for a fire in a 22 story 100 x 100 building. 7 10-45's were giving all code fours. Fire was contained to Apt. 12 f with heavy smoke throughout . Fire was knocked down at 16:48hrs checking for pockets of fire , searches continuing throughout building. Second alarm transmitted for relief probally will hold was giving at 17:03hrs.
Second Alarm Box 1686
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 12:40hrs
Rescue 2 responded to 1165 Stanley Ave. for a fire out the windows on the fourth floor of a 8 story multiple dwelling. Four 10-45's were giving no codes , fire was contained to apartment 4G.
BROOKLYN (WABC) -- Four people suffered serious injuries in a 2 alarm fire in Brooklyn on Wednesday.
The fire was reported shortly after 1:00 p.m. at an apartment building in the 11-hundred block of Stanley Avenue.
The flames on the fourth floor of the 8 story building were knocked down about an hour later.
Authorities say three woman, including one in a wheelchair, went to the hospital in critical condition.
A teenage boy with asthma was listed in serious condition.
Neighbors say the apartment where the fire happened also contained 8 dogs, including 4 puppies. There was no immediate word on whether they got out
East New York
Sunday, January 12, 2014 04:30hrs
Rescue 2 responded to Jamacia Ave. and Highland Blvd. for a confirmed pin with 4 people trapped. A vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed hit a tree on the drivers side . Rescue 2 , Ladder 175 and Squad 252 worked to remove the roof and doors to gain access to the victims. The driver was pinned in serious condition and one passenger was trapped in the rear seat with his legs pinned under the front seat. Engine 236 was performing C.P.R. on one victim and C.F.R on another as E.M.S. responded.
Friday, January 10, 2014 05:24hrs
Rescue 2 responded to 141 Grafton St. for a fire in a private dwelling with jumpers down in the backyard. Battalion 44 reports 3 lines stretched 2 in operation with fire on the first floor ,second floor, cockloft and extension into exposure 4.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014 15:44hrs
Rescue 2 responded to 3420 Clarendon Rd . Reports of multiple people on fire escapes and jumpers from the upper floors. Fire was located on the 2nd floor of the multiple dwelling with extension to a 4 story Md. Four 10-45's 2 in serious condition.
Thursday, January 2, 2014 07:31hrs
Rescue 2 responded to 519 East 5th Street for a fire in a private dwelling. 3 lines were streched and put into operation for fire in the walls on the second floor. Extra Engine and Truck were called to the All Hands.
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 11:24hrs
Rescue 2 responded to 68 Aberdeen Street , Bushwick. All Hands was giving on arrival for a top floor fire in a 3 story 20 x 40 private dwelling. 2 lines were stretched one in operation all searches were negative.
Tuesday, December 24, 2013 06:36hrs
Rescue 2 responded to 199 Hart Street . Battalion 57 gave the 10-75 and using all hands for a fire on the second floor of the four story brownstone.
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
From The Officers and Men of F.D.N.Y. Rescue 2 Have a Safe and Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas to all the troops protecting our freedom. And especially a Merry Christmas in heaven to all of those who are no longer with us.
Friday, December 20, 2013 06:00hrs
Rescue 2 responded to 293 East 8th street for a fire in a 3 story private dwelling. Reports of people trapped 3 10-45's giving all 3 in cardiac arrest.
FDNY Firefighters Rescue Two From Brooklyn Fire
Lt. Ken Michitsch, Lt. Matt Martin, FF Tom Bradley, FF Sean O’Grady and FF Kevin Coursey.
FDNY firefighters from Engine 281, Ladder 147 and Engine 250 rescued two women from a fire on East 8th Street on Dec. 20.
Firefighters were called at around 5:30 a.m. and as they arrived, they saw heavy smoke in the rear of the building and the alleyway.
They were told three children were trapped, so they used portable ladders to quickly enter the building and conduct their search.
As fire was coming down the hallway toward them, firefighters searched the second floor of the building, including the bedroom where they were told the victims might be located.
They then got word the victims might be on the third floor, so they went upstairs located the victims – three young women – in a bathroom where they sought refuge from the extreme heat and smoke.
“It all happened in just a few minutes,” Firefighter Tom Bradley from Ladder 147 said.
Firefighters who responded to the Brooklyn fire, including members of Engine 281, Ladder 147 and Engine 250.
Firefighter Bradley, along with Lt. Matt Martin and Firefighters Brian Clifford, Sean O’Grady, Kevin Coursey from Ladder 147 and Lt. Ken Michitsch from Engine 250, removed the victims.
They said it was difficult, as there was zero visibility in the hallways due to the heavy smoke conditions.
The victims were treated by FDNY EMS members and transported to local hospitals. One of the women died at the hospital. The other two are in critical condition.
“This was a team effort,” Firefighter Bradley said. “In this job, we don’t do anything by ourselves.”
It was noted that the residence did not have working smoke alarms, and the early notification may have helped the women evacuate before it was too late.
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