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227 River Rd. Structure Fire
E71 & E1 Save Two From Blaze!!
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At 01:55 on 11/19/11, Command 10, Engine 1, Engine 71, Engine 72, and Squad 71 were dispatched to 227 River Rd. for a report of a house on fire across the street from the 911 callers house. The Location was in Station 72's first due response area. At the time of dispatch E72, Squad 71 and Command 10 had all just cleared the scene of a MVA (Motor Vehicle Accident) and were in en-route from the opposite end of town.



All units were en-route at 01:57 and were updated by dispatch that the 911 caller reported seeing two victims in the second story window of the house. E71 reported heavy smoke when they turned onto River Rd.



E71 arrived on scene at 02:00 with a crew of four and updated they have visible flames from the A and D side of the structure. E71 stated that they were going into Rescue Mode and for the next due engine to lay supply and take command.







E71 officer and firefighter (mic 1) deployed a ladder to the second floor on the D side of the structure and performed VES (Vent Enter Search) of the second story bedroom where crews believed the victims would be. E71 firefighter (mic 2) extended a 1"3/4 line to the front door and attacked fire from the outside of the structure until additional units arrived.







JVFD E1 arrived at 02:04 as the second due engine. At this time E71 reported finding the two victims on the second floor and that they will be removing victims from the D side second story window. E71 Requested that E1 Leave the supply for E72 and to have two members of E1 crew to assist with removing victims and for the second firefighter (mic 2) of E1 to assist E71 firefighter (mic 2) with going interior with the 1"3/4 line and fighting the fire.







E1 Driver pumped E1's tank water to E71 as supple until E72 arrived and took the hydrant. Command 10, E72 and Squad 71 all arrived on scene at 02:08. Command 10 enitiated 227th command immidetly requested two medic units for patient car. At that time crews had removed the first of the two victims. E72 had laid supply forward to E71. Command 10 directed E72 to have two members of their crew go to the roof for vertical ventilation and for the other two off of E72 to pull a 2"1/2 line to the garage and be assigned as the second line on fire attack. Squad 71 was assigned to RIT (Rapid Intervention Team) and was to assist E71 crews with patient care of the two victims until Medic 10 From South Palm and Medic 3 from Stud City arrived.





Both victims were out of the structure at 02:09. E1's crew of two were then directed to finish a primary search of the second floor. Medic 10 arrived at 02:13 and Medic 3 arrived at 02:14. Crews on fire attack had stopped the fire from advancing to the second floow and Engine 72 had successfully ventilated the roof. Command 10 Called fire tapped at 02:17 and crew begun salvage and overhaul.



Medic 10 Transported their patient code to Jaytown Municipal Airport to transfer patient care to Medflight as the patient was in critical care and needed to be transported to the state burn center. Medic 3 transported the second patient code to Highline General in Jaytown. All crews were clear at 03:05 for the exception of E72 who remained on fire watch until 04:30. Cause of fire is under investigation.

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  December 18, 2013
Love the smoke and truck lights
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  March 15, 2013
WOW COOL FIRE!!!!!
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  February 24, 2013
great job
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  February 28, 2012
love the lights! great smoke effect.
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  January 10, 2012
Quoting Ed D awesome effects!!!! how do you add LED'S to vehicles, i wanna know!!!!
I use micro 1.8 mm colored flashing LEDs that run on a 9v battery. I hide the battery within the truck somewhere in this case I blaced the 9v battery inside the pump panel and the lights are mounted into 1x1x1 technic bricks with 1 hole and I cover it with a trans red brick making a light. Light bar was custom made and I used 6 duel color white/red LEDs and I had to drill holes and glue those ones in place
  January 10, 2012
awesome effects!!!! how do you add LED'S to vehicles, i wanna know!!!!
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  January 10, 2012
amazing great lights and smoke effects
nathan larsen
Andrew D
  December 27, 2011
is there life lights in those fire trucks
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  December 27, 2011
Quoting Andrew D is there life lights in those fire trucks
Yes all the effects are real. All my tricks have micro LEDs in them. I used orange LEDs in the house for a fire effect and a fog maching for smoke.
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  December 17, 2011
Great pictures!! Really well shot. 5 stars
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  December 8, 2011
Congratulations! This creation has been nominated for the BEST OF 2011 Emergency Bricks Award in the category of "Best Accident, Fire, Or Other Scene." You can nominate others or comment on this at the Emergency Bricks forums. Voting will being on December 21st and continue through December 31st. Registration is required to vote. Congrats and thank you! http://www.emergencybricks.com/community/
nathan larsen
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White Knight
  November 21, 2011
Well done !.....
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  November 21, 2011
Quoting Cody Benac not really thats wht mutual aids for i got a 95ft aerialscope all codyville does is mutual aid cuz we have no town to protect Cody
Yesi will be including m/a on future fires. I wanted to see how I did for the first one.
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  November 21, 2011
Quoting Cody Benac not really thats wht mutual aids for i got a 95ft aerialscope all codyville does is mutual aid cuz we have no town to protect Cody
Yesi will be including m/a on future fires. I wanted to see how I did for the first one.
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  November 21, 2011
not really thats wht mutual aids for i got a 95ft aerialscope all codyville does is mutual aid cuz we have no town to protect Cody
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  November 20, 2011
Way cool. The smoke and lights really bring it to life. Can't wait for the next one.
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  November 19, 2011
Quoting Lego Fire Museum Inc. Superlative job! This looks like nothing else I have seen before that was built from Legos. I have seen plenty of real fires that look like this, but never one with Legos. The lights and smoke add a whole new dimension. I have done smoke before; that is relatively easy. But with those lights, wow, it is beyond anything I've seen in Lego. If you are going to put together such good incidents you know that you need to build a ladder truck. Also, your boys need more staffing. You should have at least 18 or 20 firefighters on a first alarm. I am looking forward to see their new apparatus and more incidents.
Yes. I deffinitly will have to build a ladder truck for anything bigger then this incident. I have designed two options. And as far as the minimum staffing goes I equipped 4 per engine and 2 on a squad. So there would be 15 total with the chief. Where I am from everyone is paid and they don't have money for staffing which is lame but on a first alarm house fire we get 3 engines, medic unit and command and our minimums staffin for engines is 3, driver officer and one firefighter. So only 11 guys on a first alarm in most places in Washington state. It is sad. But everyone loves calling the very few volley engines because they show up with 6 on a single engine lol.
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  November 19, 2011
Absolutley awesome, ive never seen anything like this before. I think you have literally brought lego to life.
  November 19, 2011
Wickedly cool!
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  November 19, 2011
The realism here is exceptional! I really love the smoke with the LED's on the truck! Just SICK!!! Great work!
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  November 19, 2011
Excellent job mate. The effects are superb :)
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  November 19, 2011
Superlative job! This looks like nothing else I have seen before that was built from Legos. I have seen plenty of real fires that look like this, but never one with Legos. The lights and smoke add a whole new dimension. I have done smoke before; that is relatively easy. But with those lights, wow, it is beyond anything I've seen in Lego. If you are going to put together such good incidents you know that you need to build a ladder truck. Also, your boys need more staffing. You should have at least 18 or 20 firefighters on a first alarm. I am looking forward to see their new apparatus and more incidents.
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  November 19, 2011
At first when I looked at this I thought "Wait a minute... those are real life pictures." But then I looked at it and realized it was all actual bricks! You did a fantastic job, it's probably one of the best scenes I've seen.
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  November 19, 2011
Fantastic use of smoke effects, like matt says, looks great with the lights.
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  November 19, 2011
this is one great looking incident. i love how the engine looks with the smoke and the lights activated. awesome job!
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  November 19, 2011
Quoting Paulo Rodriguez Sweet, I will Upload my pictures, but do have the story or do you want me to make it up? -Paulo R.
give me 10 min
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  November 19, 2011
Sweet, I will Upload my pictures, but do have the story or do you want me to make it up? -Paulo R.
 
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