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  • RyanHBrewart@aol.com
    Does anyone know whats going with that train vs. car fatal accident? If so, where , what time, and injuries would be greatly appreciated. Ryan [Non-text
    Message 1 of 6 , Mar 1, 2004
      Does anyone know whats going with that train vs. car fatal accident? If so,
      where , what time, and injuries would be greatly appreciated.
      Ryan


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    • sabowden30
      LAFD Incident Update William R. Bamattre, Fire Chief COUNCIL DISTRICT DATE TIME 1ST IN COMPANY INCIDENT NO. -15- 03/01/04 0801 E65 0225 ADDRESS INC. TYPE FIRE
      Message 2 of 6 , Mar 1, 2004
        LAFD Incident Update
        William R. Bamattre, Fire Chief

        COUNCIL DISTRICT DATE TIME 1ST IN COMPANY INCIDENT NO.
        -15- 03/01/04 0801 E65 0225
        ADDRESS INC. TYPE FIRE STATION DISTRICT INCIDENT COMMANDER
        1923 E. 115TH STREET TA/VEHIC E65 BATTALION
        COMMANDER MICHAEL L. RHODES
        DOLLAR LOSS DOLLARS SAVED OCCUPANCY TYPE NO. UNITS (APTS.)
        ----- - - - - - ----- N/A
        DISPLACED OCCUPANTS ADULTS INJURED MINORS INJURED CIVILIAN
        FATALITIES
        -N/A- -13- -1- -1-
        CIVILIANS RESCUED/SAVED FIREFIGHTER INJURIES FIREFIGHTER
        FATALITIES TOTAL FIREFIGHTERS
        -2- -0- -0- 25
        TOTAL
        RESCUE AMBULANCES TIME TO CONTROL INCIDENT INCIDENT
        DURATION
        TOTAL COMPANIES
        -8- 20 MINS 3 HRS 10 MINS 5
        LOCAL BATTALION CHIEF TELEPHONE NUMBER FAX NUMBER
        BATTALION 13: MICHAEL L. RHODES 213-485-6283 - - - - -

        INCIDENT DESCRIPTION


        TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-VEHIC

        On Monday, March 01, 2004, at 0801 hours (8:01 a.m.), five companies
        of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Battalion Officer Command Team, one
        Battalion EMS Supervisor, eight LAFD Rescue Ambulances, and Heavy
        Rescue 56, under the direction of Battalion Commander Michael L.
        Rhodes, responded to a reported Traffic Accident involving a
        Blueline Train and a passenger car. First units on the scene
        reported that a Blueline Train had collided with a private vehicle
        and three people were trapped inside the car. Firefighters quickly
        assessed the three victims and declared a forty year-old female a
        fatality, a forty-five-year-old male critical and a nine-year-old
        male with minor injuries. There were approximately two-hundred
        passengers on the train at the time of the collision, twelve of
        which sustained minor neck and back injuries. Of the twelve minor
        injuries, nine were transported to local hospitals in good
        condition. Receiving hospitals were: Community Hospital of Gardena,
        Gardena Memorial, Harbor/UCLA Medical Center, Martin Luther
        King/Drew Medical Center and Saint Francis Medical Center. The cause
        of the accident is under investigation by LACO Sheriff Department
        and the Los Angels Police Department.

        REPORT PREPARED BY : JIM
        WELLS TEL. NO. (213) 485-5162
        PUBLIC
        SERVICE OFFICER






        --- In SoCalFire@yahoogroups.com, RyanHBrewart@a... wrote:
        > Does anyone know whats going with that train vs. car fatal
        accident? If so,
        > where , what time, and injuries would be greatly appreciated.
        > Ryan
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      • Mike Meadows
        Ryan...it happened down in the Watts area of LA....One DOA and one critical..... ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        Message 3 of 6 , Mar 1, 2004
          Ryan...it happened down in the Watts area of LA....One DOA and one
          critical.....

          RyanHBrewart@... wrote:

          > Does anyone know whats going with that train vs. car fatal accident?
          > If so,
          > where , what time, and injuries would be greatly appreciated.
          > Ryan
          >
          >
          > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
          >
          >
          >
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        • RyanHBrewart@aol.com
          Thanks Ryan [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
          Message 4 of 6 , Mar 1, 2004
            Thanks
            Ryan


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          • Danny
            Thank U 4 the incident description as the format used 2 describe the status & assets just was not readable. Danny ... From: SoCalFire@yahoogroups.com Date:
            Message 5 of 6 , Mar 11, 2004
              Thank U 4 the incident description as the format used 2 describe the status
              & assets just was not readable.


              Danny

              -------Original Message-------

              From: SoCalFire@yahoogroups.com
              Date: 03/11/04 15:03:00
              To: SoCalFire@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: [SoCalFire] Re: Incident Info

              LAFD Incident Update
              William R. Bamattre, Fire Chief

              COUNCIL DISTRICT DATE TIME 1ST IN COMPANY INCIDENT NO.
              -15- 03/01/04 0801 E65 0225
              ADDRESS INC. TYPE FIRE STATION DISTRICT INCIDENT COMMANDER
              1923 E. 115TH STREET TA/VEHIC E65 BATTALION
              COMMANDER MICHAEL L. RHODES
              DOLLAR LOSS DOLLARS SAVED OCCUPANCY TYPE NO. UNITS (APTS.)
              ----- - - - - - ----- N/A
              DISPLACED OCCUPANTS ADULTS INJURED MINORS INJURED CIVILIAN
              FATALITIES
              -N/A- -13- -1- -1-
              CIVILIANS RESCUED/SAVED FIREFIGHTER INJURIES FIREFIGHTER
              FATALITIES TOTAL FIREFIGHTERS
              -2- -0- -0- 25
              TOTAL
              RESCUE AMBULANCES TIME TO CONTROL INCIDENT INCIDENT
              DURATION
              TOTAL COMPANIES
              -8- 20 MINS 3 HRS 10 MINS 5
              LOCAL BATTALION CHIEF TELEPHONE NUMBER FAX NUMBER
              BATTALION 13: MICHAEL L. RHODES 213-485-6283 - - - - -

              INCIDENT DESCRIPTION


              TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-VEHIC

              On Monday, March 01, 2004, at 0801 hours (8:01 a.m.), five companies
              of Los Angeles Firefighters, one Battalion Officer Command Team, one
              Battalion EMS Supervisor, eight LAFD Rescue Ambulances, and Heavy
              Rescue 56, under the direction of Battalion Commander Michael L.
              Rhodes, responded to a reported Traffic Accident involving a
              Blueline Train and a passenger car. First units on the scene
              reported that a Blueline Train had collided with a private vehicle
              and three people were trapped inside the car. Firefighters quickly
              assessed the three victims and declared a forty year-old female a
              fatality, a forty-five-year-old male critical and a nine-year-old
              male with minor injuries. There were approximately two-hundred
              passengers on the train at the time of the collision, twelve of
              which sustained minor neck and back injuries. Of the twelve minor
              injuries, nine were transported to local hospitals in good
              condition. Receiving hospitals were: Community Hospital of Gardena,
              Gardena Memorial, Harbor/UCLA Medical Center, Martin Luther
              King/Drew Medical Center and Saint Francis Medical Center. The cause
              of the accident is under investigation by LACO Sheriff Department
              and the Los Angels Police Department.

              REPORT PREPARED BY : JIM
              WELLS TEL. NO. (213) 485-5162
              PUBLIC
              SERVICE OFFICER






              --- In SoCalFire@yahoogroups.com, RyanHBrewart@a... wrote:
              > Does anyone know whats going with that train vs. car fatal
              accident? If so,
              > where , what time, and injuries would be greatly appreciated.
              > Ryan
              >
              >
              > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]




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            • Los Angeles Fire Department
              ... Danny et al: If you d like to receive the LAFD Incident Updates directly (including narratives) you can subscribe via either: http://www.lafd.org/info.htm
              Message 6 of 6 , Mar 14, 2004
                --- In SoCalFire@yahoogroups.com, "Danny" <d952@m...> wrote:

                >Thank U 4 the incident description as the format used 2 describe
                >the status& assets just was not readable.

                Danny et al:

                If you'd like to receive the LAFD Incident Updates directly
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                Brian
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