4/29/22 Staten Island 10-75 Box 8039

Signal73

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Fire Location: New York Harbor near buoy 14 & 16

Fire on a ship with Hazardous Materials

D- All Hands

Units have boarded Marine 9 & are underway to the ship.

E-152,153,155
L-77,78
B-21
R-5
Sq-8
D-8
Rac-5
E-165 w/ 2nd Piece
HM-1
HMB
Tac-2
MB
Ma-9,8

Relocation:
Engine 279 Act. Engine 153
Ladder 86 Act. Ladder 78
 
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  • Hazard Zone C & D:A "material poisonous by inhalation," as defined in 171.8 of this title, that meets the criteria for "hazard zone C," or "hazard zone D," as specified in 173.116(a) of this title, in a packaging having a capacity equal to or greater than 13,248 L (3,500 gallons)
    • Due to Anhydrous Ammonia (ammonia, anhydrous) having both international and domestic entries in the Hazardous Materials Table (HMT)(See49 CFR § 172.101), considerations must be made in order to determine the need for a Hazardous Materials Safety Permit (HMSP):
      • For Anhydrous Ammonia in “domestic transportation” (See 49 CFR § 171.8) and described as UN1005 ammonia, anhydrous 2.2 Inhalation Hazard, an HMSP is not required.
      • For Anhydrous Ammonia described as UN1005, ammonia, anhydrous 2.3 Poison Inhalation Hazard or Toxic Inhalation Hazard, Zone D, and when transported in a packaging having a capacity greater than 13,248 L (3,500 gallons), an HMSP is required. In these instances, Anhydrous Ammonia meets the definition of a Material that is Poison-By-Inhalation or Toxic-By-Inhalation as defined in 49 CFR § 171.8 and meets the criteria for a hazard zone D as specified in 49 CFR § 173.116(a).
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Not hearing anything on Middlesex County Fire and EMS. Do we know it it is within New York State or within New Jersey ?
 

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Not hearing anything on Middlesex County Fire and EMS. Do we know it it is within New York State or within New Jersey ?
Within NY border. Not by much, but within NY. The circled dot is the incident, near the dotted line which is the NY/NJ border. Wouldn’t be surprised if NJ sent units.
 

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So its basically off of Arden Ave. !! How did you get that exact location ?

Also Div 8 reports pockets of heat showing up via thermal imaging camera on the ships hull.
 

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So its basically off of Arden Ave. !! How did you get that exact location ?

Also Div 8 reports pockets of heat showing up via thermal imaging camera on the ships hull.
Yep, for a fellow Staten Islander as I zoom in it seems closest to Arbutus Avenue, don’t know how many miles from shore. 5-10? Map is from marinetraffic.com.
 

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According to marinetraffrice.com an oil/chemical tanker is currently stopped in Raritan Bay. the name is Endo Breeze.1651282836115.png
 

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From Radioreference.com Broadcastify mp3 archive which was sometimes garbled:

19:42 Marine 9, Marine 6, and the Marine Battalion responding to report of boat on fire at sea. Report from Coast Guard is that the boat has a fully involved engine room fire. the tanker is not carrying any product. Tanker is located opposite Keansburg N.J. but in NY water opposite Staten Island. Marine 6 indicated that they believed that the ship activated its internal fire control systems to confine the fire to the engine room. Possibly a CO 2 system.

21:32 Marine 9 responding with E152,E153,E165 +second piece,L77, L78 B 21 Tac 2 and 3 ems units.

22:08 Div 8 Marine 9 arrived at the scene and is in the process of boarding the vessel.

22:31 Div 8 with garbled message. Last part was that all crew were present and accounted for and planning to release companies soon.
 

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After fire broke out in the engine room of the tanker Endo Breeze on Saturday in Raritan Bay, the vessel's crew,
FDNY, NYPD Special Ops, & USCG-SECNY all sprang to action to ensure no one was hurt and there were no flare ups. Incredible work by all!
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“On Friday night at 7:42 p.m., we responded to a ship fire in southern Staten Island. It was a 600-foot chemical tanker that had an engine room fire. Our Marine Units responded, boarded the ship and assisted the crew in securing the engine room and making sure the onboard suppression system was working. We then worked to cool the areas around the engine room, utilizing FDNY Marine Company 6. It was a prolonged operation: we continued to monitor conditions in the engine room for approximately 36 hours. We utilized FDNY resources from our Marine Operations, Hazmat Operations, and Special Operations Command units. The inter-agency coordination between the @uscg and the FDNY at this event was paramount to the success of the operation,” said #FDNY Battalion Chief Joseph Abbamonte of Marine Operations.

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