FDNY: "The Battle Continues" Bronx 7th Alarm
BOX 2709: 1328 College Avenue at E 169 Street
VHS Color 32 Minutes Narrated
On March 27th 2001, FDNY firefighters battled a 7 alarm blaze in a row of 16 attached
frame dwellings in the Morrisania section of the Bronx. Engine 92 and Ladder 44 were first due to
this fire and upon arrival found heavy fire in a 2 Story Frame Attached on both sides. A 2nd Alarm was
transmitted on the arrival of Battalion 17. Moments after the arrival of Division 6 a 3rd Alarm was
transmitted and a 4th Alarm was struck moments later.
Our 32 minute video features
roof and ground operations giving you an overall perspective of the
conditions at the scene. A heavy loom of smoke could be seen throughout the five boroughs of the city.
Fire rapidly spread throughout the common cockloft of these attached row frame occupied dwellings.
Firefighters performed several "Trench Cuts" in an effort to stop this rapidly spreading fire. Video footage
from the roof of a 6 Story Multiple Dwelling opposite the fire building gives you a birds eye view of the entire
fireground operation. Heavy fire and an extremely heavy smoke condition exists throughout our video.
collapse of the adjoining exposure into the street as heavy fire and smoke
the building. See the Fire Commissioner, Chief Of Department, Chief Of Operations and other staff chiefs
discuss tactics in front of the fire building. Our video features the new nozzle currently being tested by the
F.D.N.Y. and is being used by 93 Engine.
Listen to the
Bronx Dispatcher sound 7 tones prior to announcing the 7th alarm. If you are a
the F.D.N.Y., or a firefighter that worked this fire, our spectacular video is a must for your collection!
Complete with Fireground Handi-Talkie and FDNY Radio Communications
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