4.27.18 Topeka Ave. Station 4 SJ District 6
Communications received a call from apartment 1, reporting a bed on fire in the unit. A responding unit reported smoke showing while still enroute initi
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alarm was requested. The first unit on scene arrived and reported fire from a first floor window of a 2 story apartment complex. Two ambulances were requested. Gas and utilities were secured, and HIT29 was requested for one resident who left their oxygen tank on inside one of the units. Two patients were transported.
4.27.18 Scotty St Station 16 SJ District 7
Call reporting smoke coming from the vents of a house. Multiple other callers reported a house on fire and dogs inside the residence. Engine 16 reported a column showing from Highway 101 and Tully Road while en route, and confirmed a working fire once on scene. Fire crews rescued 2 dogs from the residence and began CPR on both dogs. Animal control responded to the scene for the dogs.
4.28.16 Mt Umunhum Rd Station 28 SJ District 10
Call reporting a male who fell off of his bicycle in a remote area of Quicksilver County Park on a trail. Engine 28, while en route, requested the ambulance respond code 3 due to the length of travel time to the patient. USAR34 was requested to respond with their EUV. County park rangers and Calstar were requested for assistance. Calstar landed at the scene at 1622 hours.
4.30.18 Huran Dr Station 16 SJ District 8
One call reporting a fire; the RP wasn't sure if it was a residence on fire or just a fire in the backyard. The caller later indicated that the back of the house was on fire and the call was upgraded to a Full First. The first arriving fire unit reported a working fire on the Charlie side of the building. The fire was knocked down after 10 minutes.
5.4.18 Jacob Ave Station 9 SJ District 9
Full First response to a report of a garage fire. Engine 9 arrived reporting smoke from a garage. E9 confirmed that this was a working garage fire. Initial knockdown was declared after 30 minutes. Red Cross assisted displaced residents
5.4.18 Alvin Ave Station 16 SJ District 7
Full First response to multiple calls received for an apartment fire. While en-route Engine 24 reported a visible column of smoke. A second alarm was requested. E16 arrived reporting a fully involved second floor apartment fire.
PG&E assisted with utilities. SJPD assisted with traffic control. Two precautionary ambulances were dispatched and one civilian was treated on scene.
5.4.18 Prairie Ln Station 2 SJ District 5
Full First response to a report of a fire on the side of a house. Engine 2 arrived on scene reporting smoke from the side of a garage. A standby ambulance was sent and PG&E assisted with utilities. Red Cross responded to assist residents on scene.
5.5.18 Pleasant Knoll Ct. Station 21 SJ District 8
A single unit was dispatched to a medical call. Engine 21 arrived on scene and upgraded the call to a low angle rescue as the patient was down a steep hill and unable to walk themselves back up. The USAR taskforce responded. Sherriff's Office assisted on scene.
5.5.18 McGinness Ave Station 21 SJ District 5
Full First response to a report of a roof on fire at a salon. Engine 16 arrived on scene reporting a working roof fire.
Initial knockdown was declared after 20 minutes.
5.8.18 South Bascom Ave Station 4 SJ District 6
A Structure response along with HIT29 was dispatched to a report of ten people needing decontamination at VMC after a chemical exposure. The Hazmat Taskforce was requested. Engine 4 arrived on scene eventually the response was reduced to the Hazmat taskforce. The incident was placed under control after 2 hours.
Calfire initially requested one engine for station backfill, due to a structure fire they were working. E27 was sent for the request. Calfire then called to request E27 to respond directly to the fire, as well as a request for 2 additional engines to respond directly to the fire. E35 and E24 were dispatched. B13 attached. The Duty Chief was advised. All units were back in service by 1538 hours.
5.9.18 Blossom Hill Rd Station 35 SJ District 2
San Jose Fire Communications dispatched Truck 35 to a medical call at Oak Grove High School. Truck 35 was advised that there were a possible 11 patients in a science class and that an ambulance task force 1 was requested. T35 requested a structure response, the HIT, and an upgrade to an ambulance task force 2. T29 requested task force 29 to also respond. Out of 12 patients, 6 were transported. San Jose Police Department was requested for crowd control.
5.10.18 Station 27 SJ District 2
Engine 27 and E627 to a report of a 3 vehicle accident. While enroute update from County Sheriffs Officer that there were 2 people trapped in the vehicle. Upon E27 and E627's arrival they upgraded the response to a rescue. An Ambulance Task Force was requested from County EMS. CHP assisted with traffic control. The patients were extricated and treated at nearby hospitals.