8/7/23 Queens All Hands Box 1675

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Address: 162-08 95 St.

Report of fire in PD

Box loaded up due to calls

Maybe,
E331, 285, 225, 308
L173, 142, 107, 143F
B39, 51
S270
R4
D13
RAC4
M9, M3, MB

QD: extra E/T on initial alarm

B39 gave 10-75

L143F

B39 gave All Hands, fire 1st floor, 2 L/S - 1 L/O

B39: fire on rear deck with possible extension to 1st & 2nd floors

B39: UC (duration 25 min.)

L150 act. L143
E287 act. E285
 
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RCL

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Up the block from my grandparents old house.

107 should be fast.
 

RCL

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QD: extra E/T on initial alarm Yes they are Normally Fast but on the initial alarm it was 4&3
Getting hard keeping up with the different changes.

My grandparents owned 162-42 95th street until 1994ish when they moved to Florida. I dont know how many times I passed that house coming from my grandparents house going home to 160 Ave and 101 Street.

Did M9 take a Alpha or Bravo boat? Unless someone dredged the mouth of the channel, The Firefighter II would draw too much water to make it past Charles Park. Last time I went thru there it was only like 6 or 7 feet at high tide and getting shallower. But that was 2000. To get in, coming from Brooklyn, once you cleared the Cross Bay Bridge, you would have to pass the opening, to just past the west side of the park, then turn in and hug the park's shoreline to stay in the channel. And it wasn't very wide. Maybe 2 average size boats could pass side by side. If you were lucky. If Harbor Adam was coming in or out with the 56 foot boat at the time or Capt Mike's charter boat, you had to wait.
 
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