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Washington Boro, NJ 7 Alarm Fire at St.Cloud Hotel 9/27/2007 : Washington Boro, NJ firefighters were alerted around 10:30 p.m. to 33 West Washington Ave. the St. Cloud Hotel on a structure fire with multiple people trapped. When firefighters arrived they made several rescues via ladders. The fire escalated to 7 Alarms bringing mutual aid and about 100 firefighters to the scene from 4 counties. The rapidly spreading fire destroyed the block long hotel and extended to a nearby bank building. Several businesses on the first floor of the hotel were also destroyed. One firefighter suffered a head injury on the scene. The fire took several hours to place under control. Photos By: Adam Alberti

Washington Boro, NJ 7 Alarm Fire at S...

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Washington Boro, NJ firefighters were alerted around 10:30 p.m. to 33 ...

Updated: Sep 28, 2007 5:53pm PST

Passaic, NJ 2nd Alarm 96 Park Ave. September 24, 2007 : At approximately 0930 hours on September 24, 2007 Passaic Fire Dispatch recevied numerous calls for a fire at 96 Park Ave. on a reported fire w/occupants trapped. Upon arrival Deputy 1 reported a working fire in a 2.5 story frame dwelling with two occupants trapped on a porch roof. The Passaic Police removed an 11 year old boy from the porch roof using an old wooden painters ladder. When Tower Ladder 1 arrived they removed a 22 year old male via a fire department ground ladder. Companies got two lines in operation and knocked the fire down fast. The originated in the basement and was spreading to the first floor kitchen. Companies had the fire under control with 20 minutes. The occupants were assessed by EMS but suffered no injuries. A cause of the fire in still under investigation.  Photos By: Adam Alberti - Passaic Fire Dept. Training Officer.

Passaic, NJ 2nd Alarm 96 Park Ave. Se...

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At approximately 0930 hours on September 24, 2007 Passaic Fire Dispatc ...

Updated: Sep 25, 2007 7:34pm PST

1/27/07 Detroit, MI 3402 Sheridan Box Alarm : January 27, 2007 Detroit, MI fire fighters responded to a Box Alarm at 3402 Sheridan. On arrival they found a 2.5 story wood frame dwelling with heavy fie showing on the 2nd floor. All Photos By: Adam Alberti

1/27/07 Detroit, MI 3402 Sheridan Box...

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January 27, 2007 Detroit, MI fire fighters responded to a Box Alarm at ...

Updated: Sep 23, 2007 3:34pm PST

3 Alarm Building Fire 600 E. 37th St. North (9/12/07) : Stations 1,3,7,10,13,14 responded to a Building Fire. First due trucks found heavy fire involvement on a large industrial building. A second alarm was struck right away.

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Stations 1,3,7,10,13,14 responded to a Building Fire. First due trucks ...

Updated: Sep 22, 2007 11:19am PST

Poplar Ridge Road Accident with Fly Out 9-20-2007 : LEONARDTOWN, Md. (September 21, 2007) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Department released the following incident report. 

SERIOUS ACCIDENT: On Thursday night, September 20, 2007, at approximately 7:47 P.M., patrol units from the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office responded to the area of Poplar Ridge Road and Hillside Drive in Lexington Park for the report of a motor vehicle crash involving an overturned vehicle. When units arrived on the scene they found a Ford Explorer that had come to rest on it's driver's side and the operator had been ejected. 

Collision reconstructionists were requested, responded to the scene and assumed the investigation. It was discovered that the Ford Explorer had been traveling north-bound on Poplar Ridge Road in the area of Peachtree Way when for an unknown reason it left the north-bound side of the roadway and entered into a ditch. The vehicle continued to travel in the ditch until it struck a culvert went airborne then struck the ground and overturned several times before coming to rest on the driver's side.  

The driver was flown from the scene by Maryland State Police Helicopter Trooper 7 to Prince George's County Shock Trauma Unit where at the time of this press release she was listed in critical condition.
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=493

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LEONARDTOWN, Md. (September 21, 2007) - The St. Mary's County Sheriff' ...

Updated: Sep 21, 2007 5:06am PST

Two fly outs 9-19-2007 : At 2029 as units were wrapping up from a MVA communications advised Chief 3 that Station 3 was being alerted to setup a Landing Site for Trooper 7 for an injured person in the park. Squad 3 cleared the accident scene and started heading back to the station when Engine 33 marked up and advised that the LZ would be at Millison Plaza. Squad 3 continued to assist with traffic control along with Chief 3B.

At 2142 hours the Volunteers were alerted to assist the Ambulance at 20058 Havirland Court in Spring Ridge for a subject with a spinal injury and a near drowning. At the time of the medical assist they also advised that they would need a helicopter. Squad 3 responded with 5 volunteers to the medical assist and Engine 33 responded with 4 to setup the landing site for Trooper 2. After assisting with packaging the patient for transport units headed to the Spring Ridge Middle School where the LZ was setup.
http://www.bdvfd.org/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=492

Two fly outs 9-19-2007

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At 2029 as units were wrapping up from a MVA communications advised Ch ...

Updated: Sep 21, 2007 4:42am PST

Trooper 7 Fly Out for a Roll Over in Loveville 9-18-2007 : http://www.hvfd7.com/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=396

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Updated: Sep 18, 2007 10:25am PST

Trooper 7 Fly Out & An Ambulance Accident in Hollywood 9-16-2007 : At 1432 hours Station 7, EMS Station 79 (Hollywood), and EMS Station 19 (Leonardtown) were dispatched to the intersection of Three Notch Road and Jones Wharf Road for a Motor Vehicle Accident. Rescue Squad 7 responded with 5 volunteers and arrived on the scene at 1435 hours to find a two vehicle MVA with one person trapped. The Squad crew went to work to free the patient from the vehicle while Engine 72 set up a landing site for Trooper 7. The patient was extricated within minutes and the patient was loaded in the Trooper. While the patient was being extricated command requested an additional ambulance to respond to the scene because of 3 other patients wishing to go to the ER. While en-route a Lexington Park Ambulance was responding through the intersection and was involved in an accident. Chief 7 responded to the scene of the second accident along with Engine 74. Rescue Squad 7 picked up from the first accident and responded to the second one while Engine 72 remained on the scene with the landing site. Rescue Squad 7 and Engine 74 arrived on the scene to find a minor accident involving an ambulance. One patient was transported priority 3 from the second accident and units picked up and returned to quarters at 1534 hours. 
http://www.hvfd7.com/index.cfm?fs=news.newsView&News_ID=395
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Trooper 7 Fly Out & An Ambulance Acci...

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At 1432 hours Station 7, EMS Station 79 (Hollywood), and EMS Station 1 ...

Updated: Sep 17, 2007 4:22am PST