Bronx Three-Alarm Fire

Fire in a moving /storage facility

(THEMAJESTIRIUM1, YouTube)

THEMAJESTIRIUM1 and FDNY Response Video, with permission

THEMAJESTIRIUM1 – Here you will see the FDNY battling a major third-alarm fire in a moving/storage facility on Bruckner Boulevard in the Mott Haven area of the Bronx in New York City.

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Address: 307 Bruckner Boulevard at East 141 Street

Fire in a 2 story 250×125 self-storage warehouse.

Box loaded up due to calls.

1346 – L-29 – 10-75 our box.

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TL-17 FAST

1349 – Bn. 14 – All Hands

1353 – Div. 6 – Extra Engine and Truck (E-94, L-55).

1355 – Div. 6 – Box 2174, 2nd Alarm. We need a full 2nd Alarm with a Tower Ladder.

1357 – Bn. 14 – We have 2 L/S. Trucks opening up and searching for the fire.

1405 – Div. 6 – We’re pulling all members out of the building.

1408 – Div. 6 – Rollcall has been conducted and all members are accounted for. DWH

1415 – Div. 6 – We’re going to need another FAST Truck (L-30). Tower Ladder 17 went to work.

1418 – Div. 6 – We’re continuing with outside operations. All members are accounted for. DWH

1426 – FC – Special call 2 additional Tower Ladders (TL-44, TL-138 act. TL-17).

1429 – FC – Per Division 6, conditions remain unchanged. DWH

1445 – FC – Two Tower Ladder’s are operating, a 3rd is being set up. Conditions remain the same.

1508 – FC – Still operating with 3 Tower Ladders and 2 handlines from the roof of exposure 2. DWH

1535 – FC – Special call 2 additional 95 foot Tower Ladders (TL-51, TL-9).

Engine 43 10-8 in Engine 60’s Area @ 14:05

Car-10 (Bx Borough Commander DAC Christopher Boyle) en route @ 14:07

Exposures:

  1. Street
  2. Street
  3. Similiar
  4. Street

Ladder 49 10-8 at Ladder 29’s Quarters @ 14:11

Car-10 10-84 @ 14:12

Engine 262 on your frequency relocating to Engine 71 @ 14:17

Ladder 16 on your frequency @ 14:21

Engine 64 Acting Engine 73 10-8 at 73’s Quarters @ 14:23

Ladder 138 Acting Ladder 17 on your frequency heading to Ladder 17 @14:25

Ladder 130 on your frequency Relocating @ 14:28

Engine 325 on your frequency relocating to Engine 82 @ 14:28

Engine 262 we are 10-8 outside 71’s Quarters @ 14:28

Ladder 9 is in Ladder 44’s response area @ 14:47

Ladder 51 Acting Ladder 17 10-8 in 17’s area @ 14:59

FC s/c 2 additional 95 foot Tower Ladders and have them report to the Bruckner Blvd side of the fire building. TL-9 Act. TL-44 & TL-51 Act. TL-17 @15:39

Ladder 117 on your frequency responding to relocation @ 15:43

FC per Car-10 DAC Boyle 4 TLs in Operation 1 hand line from exposure 2 roof, 2 multiversals from exposure 4. Conditions unchanged. DWH @15:45

Ladder 58 is 10-8 in Ladder 17’s response area @ 15:55

Ladder 49 returning to Ogden Ave @ 16:21

Ladder 117 10-8 in Ladder 44’s area @ 16:28

FC s/c 1 additional Truck to relieve the fast truck. L-19s/c @16:28

Engine 84 on your frequency relocating to Engine 50 @16:49

Engine 62 is 10-8 in Engine 73’s area @ 16:51

Engine 325 switching back to Queens @ 16:52

FC per Car-10 Stilling operating with 4 TLs, 1 hand line & 2 multiversals. Roof has collapsed, and opened up. MBFKD. Still hitting pockets of fire. DWH @ 17:20

Engine 84 is 10-8 in front of E-50’s Quarters @ 17:27

FC s/c an additional RAC to the 2nd Alarm have them set up at East 139th St & Bruckner Blvd. Rac-1s/c @ 17:29

FC per Car-10 DAC Boyle transmit a 3rd Alarm. On top of the Engines we need a 95 Foot Tower Ladder & a 75 Foot Tower Ladder @ 17:36

Staging East 138th St & Bruckner Blvd

FC Air Recon Chief can remain 10-8. Their services are not needed @17:43

Car-22C responding time the 3rd Alarm @17:50

Battalion 15 is 10-8 in Battalion 14’s area @17:55

Engine 96 delayed into the 3rd Alarm due to traffic @17:56

Battalion 45 on your frequency relocating to Battalion 18 @17:59

Engine 297 & Ladder 163 on your frequency responding to relocation @18:03

Ladder 33 is 10-8 in Ladder 17’s area @18:12

Engine 74 is 10-8 in Engine 59’s area @18:27

Engine 59 heading back to Manhattan @ 18:28

FC s/c an additional truck to relieve the fast truck. L-47s/c @18:44

FC s/c 1 additional 95 foot TL L-163 Act. 44s/c @19:06

Engine 42 Acting Engine 73 10-8 in their area @19:12

FC s/c a Tac Unit for lighting Tac-1s/c @19:34

FC 4 TLs in operation. Still hitting pockets of fire PWH @19:36

FC and Car-10 are 10-8 D-6 will be the radio contact @19:39

Maybe:
E-83, 73, 60, 71, 94 s/c
L-29, 42, 17F, 55 s/c
B-14, 3
S-41
R-3
D-6
RAC-3

2nd Alarm Maybe:
E-35, 50, 82, 59
L-48, 14, 30 s/c FAST, 44 s/c, 138 act. 17 s/c, 51 s/c, 9 s/c
B-12, 26 RUL, 16 Safety
RB, SB, FC, Tac. 1, CTU
E-72 w/ Sat. 2
Car 10

3rd Alarm
E-69,92,58,96
L-58 Act. 17,117 Act. 44
L-163 Act. 44s/c
L-47(Fast)s/c
B-18(FF)
B-10(Staging)
Mask
Tac-1s/c
Car-22C (Fleet Mechanic Supervisor Timothy Ramos)

Relocations:
Engine 74 Act. Engine 59
Engine 297 Act. Engine ??
Engine 84 Act. Engine 50
Engine 325 Act. Engine 82
Engine 262 Act. Engine 71 (Returned Home @ 17:10)
Engine 64 Act. Engine 73 (Returned Home @ 16:50)
Engine 62 Act. Engine 73 (Returned Home @ 19:14)
Engine 42 Act. Engine 73
Engine 88 Act. Engine 60
Engine 43 Act. Engine 60 (Returned Home @ 16:05)
Engine 66 Act. Engine 94 (Returned Home @19:02)
Engine 89 Act. Engine 94
Ladder 9 Act. Ladder 44
Ladder 117 Act. Ladder 44
Ladder 163 Act. Ladder 44

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