The Metropolitan Fire - March 16, 2017

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Last updated: March 31, 2017

Big thanks to Carl Thompson, for compiling an early version of this information.

Contents

  • Alarms
  • Move Ups
  • Other Notable Fires Dispatched During The Fire

Alarms

First Alarm - 10:03 p.m.

  • Engine 13
  • Engine 1
  • Engine 3
  • Engine 5
  • Ladder 4
  • Ladder 2
  • Rescue 1
  • Battalion 3
  • Battalion 2
  • Car 420 (Platoon Deputy Fire Marshal)
  • 31 personnel
     
  • EMS 11

Working Fire - 10:05 p.m.

  • Car 401 (Investigator)
  • Car 20 (Division Chief and aide)
  • Air 1
  • Four personnel
     
  • EMS 1
  • EMS Truck 1 (Major Operations Support unit)
  • EMS DC1

Second Alarm - 10:07 p.m.

  • Engine 6
  • Engine 2
  • Squad 7 (rescue pumper)
  • Ladder 7
  • Ladder 3
  • Battalion 5
  • Nineteen personnel
     
  • EMS 8
  • EMS 13
  • EMS 18
  • EMS 10
  • EMS 19
  • EMS DC7
  • EMS DC4
  • EMS Medic 92

Third Alarm - 10:09 p.m.

  • Engine 11
  • Engine 20
  • Squad 14 (rescue pumper)
  • Eleven or twelve personnel

Fourth Alarm - 10:13 p.m.

  • Engine 8
  • Engine 12
  • Engine 9
  • Ten personnel

Fifth Alarm - 10:32 p.m.

  • Engine 15
  • Engine 27
  • Engine 26
  • Eleven personnel
     
  • EMS 3
  • EMS 38
  • EMS 22
  • EMS DC5

Command Staff

  • Car 1 (Fire Chief)
  • Car 2 (Asst. Chief of Operations)
  • Car 2 aide
  • Car 3 (Asst. Chief of Services)
  • Car 4 (Asst. Chief/Fire Marshal) (at EOC)
  • Car 5 (Asst. Chief of Training)
  • Car __ (Safety Officer)
  • Car __ (Deputy Chief of Training)
  • Car __ (Fire Protection Engineer)

Special Called

  • Ladder 8 - ~12:10 a.m.
  • Air 2 - ~03:29 a.m.
     
  • Training Engine 1 (retired pumper)
  • Training Engine 2 (retired pumper)
  • Training bus (Prevost commercial bus)
    • Transported training staff, recruit academy instructors, and ~20 recruits.
    • Recruits used for "anything and everything" on scene.
    • Training engines each staffed with four people, two training staff and two recruits who already have FF certifications.
       
  • EMS EVAC1 (Mobile ambulance bus)
    Staged at Public Safety Center.
  • Two CAT busses for displaced residents and rehab.

Special Assigned

  • Engine 106 - Reserve in service, as E126 in CAD.
  • Engine 221 - Reserve in service - Arrived 4:24 a.m.
  • Ladder 111 - Reserve in service.
  • Ladder 125 - Reserve in service, as L210 in CAD - Arrived 3:00 a.m.

Move-Ups

Unit Station Time Notes

Engine 10

Sta 2

~11:46 p.m.  

Engine 18

Sta 9

~11:32 p.m.  

Engine 25

Sta 7

~11:32 p.m.  

Engine 29

Sta 8

~11:10 p.m.  

Engine 4

Sta 1

~11:03 p.m.  

Ladder 1

Sta 9

~10:38 p.m.  

Ladder 6

Sta 17

~11:27 p.m.  
Engine 5 Sta 12 ~06:55 a.m.  
Engine 221 (reserve) Sta 12    
Engine 106 (reserve),
as E126 in CAD
Sta 26    
Ladder 125,

as L210 in CAD

Sta 11    

Apex E5

Sta 17

  1? call

Bay Leaf P367

Sta 18

   

Cary E1, L1

Sta 1

   

Cary E5, E6, B2

Sta 9

   

Cary E5

Sta 10, after Sta 9

   

Durham Highway 174

Sta 6, then Sta 29

   

Eastern Wake R11

Sta 12

   

Fairview E3

Sta 1

   

Garner E4

Sta 10

   

Holly Springs E1

Sta 3

  1? call

Rolesville E151

Sta 12

  1? call

Stony Hill P261

Sta 7

   

Swift Creek E1

Sta 5

   

Wake Forest E2

Sta 11

   

Wake Forest E5

Sta 25

   

Wendell E113

Sta 15, after reporting to Sta 19

   

Western Wake P196

Sta 8, then Sta 14

  1? call

Zebulon L95

Sta 11

   

Other Notable Fires Dispatched During the Fire

Structure Fire – N. McDowell and Hillsborough streets

Dispatched 10:38 p.m.

Report of smoking embers on roof of the Sacred Heart Cathedral. Car 14 arrived first, and confirmed same. Engine 10 extinguished with booster line, and, with ground ladders, wet down the entire side of the roof. They also checked the roof of the educational building, beside the church.

  • Engine 10
  • EMS 62
  • EMS 5
  • EMS DC2

Vegetation Fire - 115 W. Morgan Street

Dispatched 10:44 p.m.

Reported by police, who found a small mulch fire started by flying embers. Police officer was using chemical extinguisher when Engine 17 arrived. They extinguished with booster line, and checked for any remaining fire.

  • Engine 17

Structure Fire – 104 Hillsborough St.

Dispatched 10:56 p.m.

Reported by Engine 21, who spotted a fire on the roof of the First Baptist Church. They requested a ladder truck, to reach the roof. They found burned leaves on the roof, ignited by flying embers. They swept the remaining leaves off the roof, and checked the interior of the building for any hot spots. None were found.

  • Engine 21
  • Ladder 9

Structure fire - 214 N. Harrington

Dispatched ~4:52 a.m.

Need details.

  • Engine 3
  • Ladder 2
  • Ladder 3
  • Ladder 7
  • Battalion 4
  • Ladder 1 (added)

Structure fire - 2804 Barwell Road

Dispatched 6:45 p.m.

Single-family dwelling, working fire.

  • Engine 12
  • Engine 21
  • Engine 10
  • Engine 11
  • Ladder 8
  • Ladder 2
  • Rescue 1
  • Battalion 2
  • Battalion 5

Working fire - 2804 Barwell Road

Dispatched ~06:48 a.m.
  • Car 20
  • Car 401
  • Air 2

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