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  • July - September Incidents
    Updated On: Oct 25, 2019

    07/04/19 - "B" Shift Crews responded around 2300 hours to a reported house fire on the 4400 block of 80th Ave N. Initial Alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 3, Engine 2, 3, and 4 with auto-aid from West Metro Fire. Engine 4 arrived quickly to find smoke showing from the structure. Battalion Chief 3 requested an all-call for staffing. This was the 9th emergency call crews were dispatched to within an hour.

    07/06/19 – “B” Shift crews responded around 1345 hours to smoke in a residence on the 3100 block of 73rd Ln. Initial Alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 1, Engine 2, and Engine 4. Battalion Chief 1 arrived and found heavy smoke and upgraded the incident to a house fire. Chief 2 and Engine 3 responded along with auto-aid from West Metro Battalion Chief 7 and Tower 1. Crews investigated further and found a fire out situation. Crews conducted ventilation and overhaul and cleared the scene in about an hour.

    07/06/19 - "B" Shift crews responded around 1845 hours to a 4th alarm house fire on the 7800 block of Olive Lane in Maple Grove. Battalion Chief 1, Engine 2, and Engine 3 responded. Crews assisted with various tasks on scene and were cleared around 2000 hours.

    07/08/19 - "B" Shift crews responded to the 9600 block of Sheridan for a reported house fire. Initial Alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 3, Engine 2, 3, and 4 with auto-aid from Fridley Fire. Battalion Chief 3 arrived to find a working structure fire from a 2-story residence. Chief 2 and Inspector 1 responded on the call-back.

    "B" Shift crews also responded to a reported apartment fire on the 7100 block of 72nd Ln an hour prior to this call. Initial Alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 3, Engine 2, 3, and 4 with auto-aid from West Metro Fire.

    07/11/19 - "C" Shift crews responded to the 5400 block of Zachary Ln in Plymouth for a 2nd alarm house fire. Battalion Chief 2, Engine 2, and Engine 3 responded.

    08/19/19 - "B" Shift crews responded to the 7700 block of Noble Ave around 2330 hours for a reported house fire. Initial Alarm assignment included Battalion Chief 3, Engine 2, 3, and 4 with auto aid from West Metro Captain 31 and Tower 1. Crews were updated that individuals needed to be assessed for smoke inhalation. Battalion Chief 3 arrived to find smoke showing from the residential structure. Crews made entry and got a quick knock on the fire. West Metro assisted Brooklyn Park crews with overhaul. Osseo was requested to standby at the station to help cover calls while units were on the scene. All units were cleared around 0115 hours.

    08/27/19 - "C" Shift crews were dispatched around midnight to a reported house fire. Initial alarm assignment included Captain 24, Engine 2, 3, 4 along with auto aid from West Metro Battalion Chief 6, Captain 31, and Tower 1. Initial reports from police included heavy smoke in the area and then an update that the structure was fully involved. Crews arrived to find smoke showing from the structure. Osseo was requested to stand by at our central station to help cover calls while we are at this incident. Crews returned just prior to 0600 hours to extinguish some cellulose that caught fire and spread.

    09/21/19 - "A" Shift crews responded around 1900 hours to a water incident on the Mississippi River involving a boat that was inoperable with 7 passengers stranded aboard. Brooklyn Park Battalion Chief 1, Engine 2, and Engine 4 responded with Boat 11 and Coon Rapids responded with their Boat 2. Coon Rapids took command of the water incident. Crews were able to successfully bring all parties involved safely back to shore along with their boat. Crews cleared the scene just prior to 2100 hours.

    09/24/19 – “B” Shift crews were dispatched around 1500 hours for a reported water incident on the Mississippi River involving an overturned jet-ski. Battalion Chief 3, Engine 2, 4, and Boat 11 responded with Coon Rapids Fire and HCSO. Units found an overturned jet-ski with no occupant. All units cleared within the hour.

    09/25/19 – “A” Shift crews responded to a reported water emergency around noon on the Mississippi River. Battalion Chief 1, Engine 2, 3, and 4 responded with Boat 11, Coon Rapids, and HCSO. Boat 11 found one patient and helped get the patient into the boat safely with Coon Rapids boat 2. Crews brought the patient safely to shore where North Ambulance assessed for injuries. All units cleared the scene in about an hour.


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