Liverpool units were alerted for a single vehicle car fire on Kings Down Dr. Car 1 ( Chief Smith) arrived to confirm one vehicle well involved with wires above burning. Engine 5 (Lt. Zogg) arrived shortly after to extinguish the car. Units were in service within 30 minutes.
On April 29th at 0234, Liverpool Fire Dept was alerted for a car fire next to a residence at 203 Pedham Ln. Car 1 (Chief Smith) arrived, established command and confirmed that there was 4 cars fully involved within 2 feet of the structure with flames quickly moving towards the structure. Engine 5 (Capt Laakso) arrived stretching 2 hand lines to cut off the fire from the structure and start extinguishing the cars. Engine 1 (Capt Manley) arrived and began to assist the extinguishment of the fire. In addition Engine 3 (LT Whelen) and Truck 2 (LT Zogg) were on scene assisting with fire ground operations. After 17 minutes from dispatch the fire was knocked down and under control with no extension into the structure. No injuries were reported.
Around 17:15 hrs Liverpool was alerted for a reported town house fire on Iron Oak Circle. Initial reports were a fire under a attached porch. Car 1 (Chief Smith) arrived to find nothing evident from the street. Engine 2 (FF. Paparo), Truck 2 (Lt. Payne), and Engine 1 (Lt. Schaefer) arrived simultaneously. Engine 2 layed out from the hydrant while Truck 2 nosed into them. Upon investigating and removing the siding off the porch with a saw, a small fire was found and extinguished with a water can. Car 1 held with units on scene and the scene was cleared withing 45 minutes.
The members from Liverpool Station Two were invited to assist with a live fire evolution at the Holiday Inn in the efforts to improve knowledge of a room with a sprinkler and a room without a sprinkler. A local company built a 2 bedroom replica of room at the Holiday Inn and supplied them with furniture. The first evolution was the non-sprinkler room which was to demonstrate how long it takes for every item in the room to be on fire. With room number one it took about 3 minutes. The next room was supplied with the same furniture and a sprinkler. The sprinkler system went off within 1 minute of the fire being lit and contained the fire to the arm rest and pillows on the couch. The crews from Engine 2 (Lt. Zogg) and Truck 2 (Lt. Argy)utilized a 1 3/4 hand line to extinguish the fire upon completion of the training and provided minor overhaul for hot spots. the whole demonstration lasted around 1 hour. Liverpool Fire would like to thank the NYS code enforcers for the opportunity to learn and experience the simulator.
Liverpool units were alerted at 0230 for a single vehicle rollover at Old Liverpool Rd & Electronics PKWY with two patients and one trapped. Arriving police units advised there was a vehicle in a ditch with one patient still inside. Car 1 ( Chief Smith) arrived to confirm police findings and reported one requiring extrication. Rescue 1 (Lt. Schaefer) was staffed with a overnight crew and was on scene within 3 minutes. Engine 2 (Capt. Laakso) then arrived to assist with utilizing rescue 42 jacks to stabilize the vehicle along with cribbing. Engine 5 (Lt. Whelen) marked on the scene when extrication had started and began to assist with removal of the patient. Engine 2 and Rescue 1′s drivers worked together to put up scene lighting and get all tools on a tarp near the scene so they can be utilized. Extrication was complete in 25 minutes with two “O” cutters, a 32 inch spreader and a combi-tool,all from Hurst, being utilized. Once extricated the patient was turned over to Rural/Metro and transported to a local hospital.
Liverpool units were alerted for a 2 vehicle MVC at Hopkins rd & Fern Hallow Dr. Upon arrival Car 2 (D/C Ormsby) found 2 vehicle with 2 patients. Engine 5 (Lt. Whelen) arrived first to drop a hand line and begin stabilization. Rescue 1 (FF Albanese) and Engine 2 (Lt. Goodnough) Arrived shortley after to assist with extricating both patients. Both patients were removed from the vehicles within minutes and transferred to local hospitals for evaluation. Units were picked up and in service within 45 minutes.
Liverpool units were alerted for a MVC involving 2 tractor trailers at the Pilot truck stop. Car 1 (Chief Smith arrived to confirm that two tractor trailers collided. Engine 5( Capt .Laakso) and Rescue 1(FF Albanese) assisted with hazards and securing the vehicles while nova transported to a local hospital. Units were in service within the half hour.
Liverpool units were alerted for another 2 vehicle collision at Oswego Rd and the Liverpool Bypass shortly after the firs. Car 4 (Chief Okey) arrived to find one patient heavily entrapped requiring extrication. Rescue 1(D/C Loucks) and Engine 5 (Lt Zogg) arrived and began to stabilize the vehicle in preparation for extrication. The patients was removed the the units on scene and transported to local hospital.
Liverpool units were alerted for a 2 vehicle collision at Buckley Rd and Elwood Davis RD. Car 1 (Chief Smith) arrived confirming dispatch advising there were vehicle hazards and 2 patients requiring care. Engine 5(Capt Laakso) arrived and began to package both patients while controlling scene hazards. Rescue 1(D/C Loucks) arrived and began to secure the vehicles and the rest of the hazards present. All units picked up within the hour.
Mattydale and Liverpool were alerted for a reported kitchen fire on Elbow Rd. Liverpool engine 2 (Lt. Zogg) marked up for the call soon after dispatch. Engine 2 arrived first due to discover a oven fire with minor extension. One hand line was pulled to the front door but the fire was put out with a water can. Some minor over haul was performed and units were back in service within the hour.