Liverpool assisted Lakeside with a single vehicle roll over with one trapped and a guard rail through a vehicle. Rescue 1 (Capt. Laakso) provided vehicle stabilization while the crews from Lakeside and Baldwinsville extricated the patient. The patient was removed from the vehicle in approximately 30 minutes. Solvay fire operated at the scene as well for scene support.
Liverpool units were alerted for a 2 vehicle collision with injuries at Oswego St & Cypress St. Engine 5 (Lt. ZOGG) arrived to provide vehicle stabilization and begin extrication with the assistance of Rescue 1 (Capt. MANLEY). One patient was transported for evaluation as well as one dog transported to the local vet for shelter.
Liverpool units were alerted for a motor vehicle collision at Henry Clay Blvd and Clayton Manor Dr, In front of the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office North Station. One Patient was immobilized and transported by NOVA to a local hospital for a evaluation. Engine 5, Rescue 1 and Engine 3 operated at the scene.
Liverpool Truck 2 was alerted for a industrial fire on Cambridge St in Mattydale. Mattydale Quint 3 arrived with heavy smoke and fire showing, a signal 99 was transmitted. Liverpool Truck 2 (FF Hagenmayer) and Car 4 (D/C Lafavor) arrived as the 3rd due piece, 1st due truck. A crew of two went to the bucket to cut the roof while a crew of 3 made entry through a garage door and vented via windows. Once ventilation was complete a crew of two was utilized to enter the building with the bucket to pull high ceilings and extinguish hot spots in upper lofts. A firewall contained the fire to the front of the building. Liverpool Truck worked on the scene for almost 3 hours attacking hot spots. Great job to all crews working.
Livrpool units were alerted for a multi-vehicle MVC at 7th North & Buckley Rd. Rescue 2 (Capt. Laakso) arrived to find 3 vehicles with 7 patients involved. Rescue 1, Engine 3 and Engine 5 and 3 ambulances operated at the scene for about 45 minutes.
Liverpool units were dispatched for a reported vehicle fire on Luther Ave. The came in during fire extinguisher training at Station 1 where Engine 5 (FF Santocki), Engine 2 (LT. Zogg) and Car 2( D/C Ormsby) responded. Upon Car 2′s arrival Onondaga County Sheriff Deputies advised there was possibly someone trapped in the vehicle. Engine 5 arrived first and began t extinguish the fire to find no victim in the vehicle. Engine 5 remained on the scene for 1 hour while providing assistance to fire investigators.
Liverpool units were alerted for a residential fire at 225 Garden City Dr in Mattydale. Initial arriving units found a 2 story house with heavy smoke showing, a signal 99 and second alarm were struck. Liverpool Engine 2 (FF Hagenmayer), Car 1(Chief Smith) and Car 2(Chief Ormsby) arrived second due and laid out 1100 feet of supply line. The crew was split into two teams where FF Cisne & FF Lizzio went to the roof and FF Hagenmayer & Ambrose made entry with a second handline. FF Hagenmayer & Mattydale FF Germinski removed a victim from the first floor. The crew from Liverpool proceeded to overhaul and extinguish hot spots. Liverpool units were in service after 2 hours. The patient was taken to a local hospital where he was charged with arson and murder.
Liverpool Truck 2 (FF. Ingram) was assigned a station fill while North Syracuse, Clay, Cicero and East Syracuse operated at a Signal 99 at 218 Millen Dr. Liverpool truck, accompanied by Moyers Corners Engine 32 stood by for about 2 hours.
Liverpool unit along with North Syracuse Engine 6 were alerted for a reported house fire at 109 Laurel Ave. Car 1 (Chief Smith) marked up and was advised they had a fire in a upper room and the building was evacuated. Upon arrival Car 1 found a 2 story house with smoke showing from the roof and second floor windows. Engine 2 (Lt. Zogg) arrived to secure a primary hydrant and stretch initial handlines. Truck 2 arrived to take the front of the house while Engine 1 secured a second hydrant. Engine 2 (FF Lizzio & FF C.Warren) advanced the first handline to make a knock on the fire, this being their first house fire since fire training school. The fire was knocked down on the inside of the residence within 10 minutes and crews worked to extinguish hot sports from the exterior. Great job by all with quick a stop!
The members of Liverpool station 2 went over to our neighbors at Hinsdale Fire to do live car fire training. It was a great experience to work with our neighboring departments and train on each others equipment.