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High-Rise Fire 11/14/2010-11/22/2010
****PLEASE LOOK AT ALL PICTURES. I know there ate a lot (51 actually) but I spent the actual 14th-22nd working this incident****
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For the entire incident description, please visit My Blog. A high-rise fire that started the night of November 14TH, 2010 was one of the largest incidents ever seen by WRF/R. By the end, all of WRF/R's apparatus was on-scene, along with Mt. Lego Engines 1+2, Chowderville Tanker 1, Brickhall Engine 2, and Lego County Fire Department's Ladder 2, Engine 2, Tanker 4, and Foam Trailer 4. New Lego Fire Department's Investigation 1 is en route to the scene. Incident Command was set up on Main Street but was pushed back to Park Avenue when Mutual Aide was called for. The end result of the incident was a complete collapse of the structure, leading to minor or major structural damage to surrounding buildings. Apparatus damage was as follows: Engine 1 suffered major scratching of the paint on the right side of the body, Ladder 1 suffered major paint and windshield melting on the front of the cab, Utility 3 suffered major paint melting on the side of the body, and Utility 1 suffered minor dents and scratches. Many FF's visited the Rehab station for heat exhaustion. the debris field from the building is spread across a quarter mile radius from the collapse site. Eight victims were sent via Medevac to North Lego Medical Center. No civilian or FF injuries were reported.



Comments

  May 29, 2013
Great job! but what is that nice black SUV???
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  August 21, 2012
Nice incident James!
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  May 5, 2011
Nice incident overall. My favorite part is how you put that plastic wrap inside the building to make it looks like the windows were smashed. One thing to point out though, the street was very crowded, but a bit of spacing would solve it. Well done.
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  January 5, 2011
Just to clear some things up, silver helmets are chiefs and battalion chiefs, black helmet is the fire marshal, white helmets are all the FF's, and blue hats are the medics. The orange-suited crew is the Haz-Mat assesment team.
James Kontoules
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Nick M.
  December 6, 2010
NLFD investigators are still searching for a cause but there is barley any evidence after the collapse. this is great, check out my highrise fire
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  December 2, 2010
very glad i could help
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  November 26, 2010
wow nice.. i look foward to working with your and department...
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  November 24, 2010
wow great work congrats on being on the home page i would have comment on this earlier but i was to busy i love to the new arial get some action could i be in a incident next time? SCFD would love to help out-Paulo R.
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  November 24, 2010
Quoting Robert Karpowicz "Eight victims were sent via Medevac to North Lego Medical Center. No civilian or FF injuries were reported." Huh?
They were sent just as a precaution. All the rescued victims were in stable condition but you can never be too careful!
  November 23, 2010
"Eight victims were sent via Medevac to North Lego Medical Center. No civilian or FF injuries were reported." Huh?
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  November 23, 2010
mmmm,you invested in your city and it shows!,it looks better and better!,i look forward the day you clean up the mixed colors of your buildings,as it s the main distraction from your most entertaining action emergency action!,good show james!
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  November 23, 2010
NO! My million dollor Condo investment!
James Kontoules
Commander Neyo Unit 8826/ Spartan U60 and the Lego Orange County Fire Authority
  November 22, 2010
Woah! That does not look good. I can't believe the hole building fell! Also if you want I can send you ORCO/OCFA Inv 6 and 9 if you want and repair 1,2,3.
James Kontoules
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Commander Neyo Unit 8826/ Spartan U60 and the Lego Orange County Fire Authority
  November 22, 2010
I meant theroratically sending thme...
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  November 22, 2010
Absolutely awesome!!! Congrats, I just added you to my favorite builders.
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  November 22, 2010
Quoting Commander Neyo Unit 8826/ Spartan U60 and the Lego Orange County Fire Authority Woah! That does not look good. I can't believe the hole building fell! Also if you want I can send you ORCO/OCFA Inv 6 and 9 if you want and repair 1,2,3.
Well I actually built Nick's I1, and I ran out of chassis for small apparatus. And as for the repair, Both the engine and ladder are headed back to Pierce for the paint. Utility 3 is going to be repainted at a local shop.. But I might keep the battle scars for a while...
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  November 22, 2010
Great job!
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  November 22, 2010
Quoting Lee Crowder Thanks for calling in the boys, James! But make it Mt. Lego Engine 1+31 (since Engine 2 and 4 are OOS until the KME's arrive). I'm also glad that your guys had a collapse zone planned out. Great incident overall! -Lee
Oops, that was supposed to say Engines 1+3. Hah lol. I'm working on mop up right now. It's taking so long!
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  November 22, 2010
Thanks for calling in the boys, James! But make it Mt. Lego Engine 1+31 (since Engine 2 and 4 are OOS until the KME's arrive). I'm also glad that your guys had a collapse zone planned out. Great incident overall! -Lee
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  November 22, 2010
OMG!Very detailed!!!
 
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