Auto / Pedestrian (Haslet) Station 28 on scene of a auto pedestrian accident at 1900 Avondale Haslet Road. Careflite on stand by from Denton.
Monthly Archives: September 2012
1 Alarm Fire (Ft Worth) Engine 26, Quint 26 on scene of the Evergreen at Hulen Bend Apartments, 6301 Granbury Cutoff with a three story senior living complex with light smoke showing.
1 Alarm Fire (Dallas) – 5555 E. Mockingbird Ln. – Dallas Fire Rescue Engine 19 responding to an automatic fire alarm at a three story apartment complex has requested a full box alarm (additional units) be transmitted at the scene. Additional units responding.
Shooting (Dallas) 2800 blk Peavy Rd. – Male shot at listed location, unknown suspect info. Element code 6 (on scene), advising they have no updated suspect info & that comp is low sick (critical) & en route to Baylor. Crime scene tape, P.E.S., & CAPERS homicide requested.
Train Derailment (Saginaw) E. Industrial at S. Saginaw Blvd. BNSF reporting that 9 cars derailed, no injuries not requesting FD. no EB traffic from Saginaw Blvd to E. Industrial, crossing blocked. Several hours to clear track.
Aircraft Down (Eastland County) A CareFlite air medical helicopter has crashed in Eastland County. No confirmation yet on injuries.
Accident (Ft Worth) Engine 22 on scene of an accident involving an auto versus pole versus pedestrian at East Berry Street and Stalcup Road. Reported person pinned between the electric pole and vehicle.
Preliminary information from the USGS states a 3.4 magnitude earthquake struck with an epicenter near 183 and MacArthur in Irving. Reports that it was felt all across the Metroplex.
Auto / Pedestrian (Grapevine) Quint 565, Medic 565 on scene of an auto pedestrian accident at 2755 E Grapevine Mills Circle, reported female patient hit by a vehicle in the parking lot of Chuck E Cheese.
1 Alarm Fire (Dallas) – 4400 Frank Street: Engine 44 out with fire on the side of a 1 story residential home.
UPDATE – Truck 19 on scene reporting electrical fire in the meter on the side of the house. Engine 44 has a red line in operation. The fire has been extinguished and all other companies can disregard and return to service. For those wondering, a red line is a thinner hose that is on a reel in the back of a fire engine. These red lines can quickly be pulled into operation much like you can use a garden hose from their storage rack, although the red line hoses are larger.