Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756

Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756 Over 600 career members proudly serving the citizens and visitors of Loudoun County, Virginia 24 hou LCFR employs over 700 dedicated men and women who provide high-quality emergency response, training, fire investigation, code enforcement, emergency communications, emergency management planning, and other critical services - all funded by your tax dollars NOT donations.

Our 600+ proud union members operate out of all 20 fire and rescue stations in the County as well as the Emergency Communications center, Fire Marshal’s Office, and the training academy. Of these stations, 17 are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on a 24/48 schedule with career professionals. The remaining stations are staffed by paid personnel from 0600-1800, 7 days a week, with volunteers pr

Our 600+ proud union members operate out of all 20 fire and rescue stations in the County as well as the Emergency Communications center, Fire Marshal’s Office, and the training academy. Of these stations, 17 are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on a 24/48 schedule with career professionals. The remaining stations are staffed by paid personnel from 0600-1800, 7 days a week, with volunteers pr

Operating as usual

Have medications you don't need anymore?
10/23/2021

Have medications you don't need anymore?

Tomorrow, the LCSO, Leesburg Police Department, and Purcellville Police Department are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration - DEA to host #TakeBackDay.

Stop by and drop off your unused and unwanted medications.

We might be biased in saying we have the best job in the world. Today we were able to reinforce that feeling by putting ...
10/22/2021

We might be biased in saying we have the best job in the world. Today we were able to reinforce that feeling by putting the biggest smile on the face of one of our biggest fans. If you have browsed the comments on the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue page, you have no doubt seen comments from Marquel expressing his love for Fire Rescue. He works hard at the Harris Teeter in Aldie and goes out of his way to help us bag our groceries and help us load them into our units when we shop for food for our shifts. Today we were able to give him a small token of our appreciation to thank him for his hard work and for always making our day brighter when we see him.

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post
10/21/2021

Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post

10/20/2021

•••BOX ALARM-WORKING FIRE••• Units are operating at a working house fire in the 25200 block of Planting Field Dr in South Riding. Engine 19 is on scene with smoke showing, Battalion Chief 3 has the command.

Photos from Waxpool Elementary School's post
10/19/2021

Photos from Waxpool Elementary School's post

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System, IAFF Local 3756, Mobile Hope and One Warm Coat are teaming up to col...
10/02/2021

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System, IAFF Local 3756, Mobile Hope and One Warm Coat are teaming up to collect coats & winter apparel for local residents in need!
Donations accepted at all #Loudoun fire and rescue stations between Oct 1 -Nov 7, 2021. More information to include accepted items and drop off locations: https://bit.ly/3AWsNf8

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System, IAFF Local 3756, Mobile Hope and One Warm Coat are teaming up to collect coats & winter apparel for local residents in need!
Donations accepted at all #Loudoun fire and rescue stations between Oct 1 -Nov 7, 2021. More information to include accepted items and drop off locations: https://bit.ly/3AWsNf8

Our members will be in neighborhoods across Loudoun County for our annual smoke alarm program today from 10:00 a.m. to 2...
10/02/2021

Our members will be in neighborhoods across Loudoun County for our annual smoke alarm program today from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

As part of LCFR's annual smoke alarm program, firefighters from stations across Loudoun County are taking a hands-on approach to fire safety by canvasing neighborhoods one weekend a month from April to October. Our members go door to door between 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. offering free smoke alarm assessments and valuable information about fire safety and home escape planning. During the assessment, firefighters will test existing smoke alarms, assist with battery replacement, and replace the smoke alarms at no cost if they are not working properly or exceed the ten-year recommended lifespan.

In addition to the scheduled smoke alarm canvasses through October, Loudoun residents can request a free smoke alarm assessment at any time by completing the online form at loudoun.gov/smokealarms or by calling the smoke alarm program hotline at 703-737-8093.

Our members will be in neighborhoods across Loudoun County for our annual smoke alarm program today from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

As part of LCFR's annual smoke alarm program, firefighters from stations across Loudoun County are taking a hands-on approach to fire safety by canvasing neighborhoods one weekend a month from April to October. Our members go door to door between 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. offering free smoke alarm assessments and valuable information about fire safety and home escape planning. During the assessment, firefighters will test existing smoke alarms, assist with battery replacement, and replace the smoke alarms at no cost if they are not working properly or exceed the ten-year recommended lifespan.

In addition to the scheduled smoke alarm canvasses through October, Loudoun residents can request a free smoke alarm assessment at any time by completing the online form at loudoun.gov/smokealarms or by calling the smoke alarm program hotline at 703-737-8093.

09/24/2021

•••BOX ALARM-WORKING FIRE••• Units are operating at a working townhouse fire in the 43500 block of Postrail Sq in Ashburn. Engine Co. 23 is on scene of a two story townhome with smoke showing from the front. Level 1 RIT has been requested.

09/19/2021

Pumpkin spice lattes may already be available at every coffee shop, but you still have to wait until October to legally conduct open burning in #Loudoun.

Open burning is permitted, with restrictions, from October 1 to February 14. Go to Loudoun.gov/OpenBurning to learn more and to prepare for a safe open burning season.

The Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Foundation with be the benefactor for the upcoming Creek's Edge Winery 3k &5k. Come on ...
09/15/2021

The Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Foundation with be the benefactor for the upcoming Creek's Edge Winery 3k &5k. Come on out on October 2nd for this great cause.

Runners Receive:

1 Glass of Wine from Creek’s Edge Winery, Finisher’s Medal, Technical (Drifit) Event Shirt, & A Chip Timed Event

Race benefits The Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Foundation. The Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit is the charitable arm of the Loudoun County Career Fire Fighters Association IAFF Local 3756. The Loudoun Career Firefighters Foundation focuses on providing aid and comfort to all IAFF Local 3756 members, uniformed and civilian employees of the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Department and their families, active and retired, as well as the community it serves in times of need. Read more below.

Come out and enjoy these scenic cross country courses around the gorgeous vineyard.

Walkers are welcome to attend this event. Strollers are welcome, but course may not be suitable for the average stroller.

Now offering a virtual run option for those who cannot make it on race day. You will receive a medal.



Race Start Times

3k – 6pm

5k – 6:30pm



Registration Fees

5k – $30, until Sept 15 ($35)

3k – $25, until Sept 15 ($30)

T-shirts guaranteed to runners registered before Sept 22. We will order extra t-shirts for those who register after that date, but it is on a first-come first-served basis.

https://bishopsevents.com/event/2021-fall-tarara-5k-10k/

https://facebook.com/events/s/2021-creeks-edge-3k-5k/545647170111337/

The Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Foundation with be the benefactor for the upcoming Creek's Edge Winery 3k &5k. Come on out on October 2nd for this great cause.

Runners Receive:

1 Glass of Wine from Creek’s Edge Winery, Finisher’s Medal, Technical (Drifit) Event Shirt, & A Chip Timed Event

Race benefits The Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Foundation. The Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit is the charitable arm of the Loudoun County Career Fire Fighters Association IAFF Local 3756. The Loudoun Career Firefighters Foundation focuses on providing aid and comfort to all IAFF Local 3756 members, uniformed and civilian employees of the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Department and their families, active and retired, as well as the community it serves in times of need. Read more below.

Come out and enjoy these scenic cross country courses around the gorgeous vineyard.

Walkers are welcome to attend this event. Strollers are welcome, but course may not be suitable for the average stroller.

Now offering a virtual run option for those who cannot make it on race day. You will receive a medal.



Race Start Times

3k – 6pm

5k – 6:30pm



Registration Fees

5k – $30, until Sept 15 ($35)

3k – $25, until Sept 15 ($30)

T-shirts guaranteed to runners registered before Sept 22. We will order extra t-shirts for those who register after that date, but it is on a first-come first-served basis.

https://bishopsevents.com/event/2021-fall-tarara-5k-10k/

https://facebook.com/events/s/2021-creeks-edge-3k-5k/545647170111337/

09/13/2021

•••BOX ALARM-WORKING FIRE••• Units are operating at a working house fire in the 22900 block of Benson Ter in Sterling Park. Engine 404 is on scene with smoke showing from a three story townhome.

09/11/2021
0847 HoursBATTALION 1: Battalion 1 to Manhattan.DISPATCHER: Battalion 1.BATTALION 1: We just had a - a plane crashed int...
09/11/2021

0847 Hours

BATTALION 1: Battalion 1 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Battalion 1.
BATTALION 1: We just had a - a plane crashed into an upper floor of the World Trade Center. Transmit a second alarm and start relocating companies into the area.
DISPATCHER: Ten-four battalion 1.
BATTALION 1: Battalion 1 is also sending the whole assignment on this box to that area, K.
ENGINE 6: Engine 6 to Manhattan, K.
DISPATCHER: Engine 6.
ENGINE 6: The World Trade Center - tower number one is on fire. The whole outside of the building. There was just a huge explosion.
DISPATCHER: Ten-four. All companies stand by at this time.
UNKNOWN UNIT: Transmit a second alarm on that box immediately.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
ENGINE 10: Engine 1-0 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Engine 1-0.
ENGINE 10: Engine 1-0 World Trade Center 10-60. Send every available ambulance, everything you've got to the World Trade Center now.
DISPATCHER: 10-4, 10-60 has been transmitted for the World Trade Center, 10-60 for the World Trade Center.
LADDER 3: Three truck to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Three truck.
LADDER 3: Civilian reports from up here, a plane just crashed into the World Trade Center for your information.
DISPATCHER: 10-4 K.
LADDER 3: Three truck's available.
8:48 Hours

BATTALION 1:Battalion 1 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Battalion 1, K.
BATTALION 1: We have a number of floors on fire. It looked like the plane was aiming towards the building. Transmit a third alarm. We'll have the staging area at Vesey and West Street. Have the third alarm assignment go into that area, the second alarm report to the building, K.
DISPATCHER: 10-4. Second alarm assignment report to the World Trade Center, second alarm assignment report to 1 World Trade Center.
ENGINE 10: Engine 1-0 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Engine 1-0 K.
ENGINE 10: It appears an airplane crashed into the World Trade Center.
DISPATCHER: 10-4. Third alarm's been transmitted box 8087, third alarm transmitted box 8087 for 1 World Trade Center.
SQUAD 18: Squad 1-8 to Manhattan, K.
DISPATCHER: Squad 1-8 K.
SQUAD 18: ...If the first battalion transmitted that it looked like it was intentional, inform all units going into the box it could be a terror attack.
DISPATCHER: ...10-4 all units be advised. . .
LADDER 10: Truck ten to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Proceed.
LADDER 10: Truck ten to Manhattan, just so you know this is confirmed. This is confirmed.
DISPATCHER: This is confirmed. 10-4 K.
ENGINE 10: Engine 1-0 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Engine 1-0, go.
ENGINE 10: Roll every available ambulance you've got to this position.
DISPATCHER: 10-4 K.
This section (0851 hours) was in the NYT transcript, but there was no audio to match with it. A member working that day recalled hearing these transmissions soon after leaving their quarters. Their ticket is time stamped 0851 hours so this would be about here in the transcript.

Approx. 0851 Hours

CAR 40 CHARLIE: 40 Charlie to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: 40 Charlie go.
CAR 40 CHARLIE: 40 Charlie is responding. Be advised you've got all boats available for transport through the river... Rescue...
DISPATCHER: 10-4 K.
CAR 4-DAVID: Four David to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Four David.
CAR 4-DAVID: How many rescues we got here?
MARINE 1: Marine 1 to Manhattan with an urgent message, K.
DISPATCHER: At this time you have the rescues K.
CAR 4-DAVID: Okay, I want all but one of them here.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
MARINE 1: Marine 1 to Manhattan with an urgent message, K.
DISPATCHER: Unit with an urgent message, K.
MARINE 1: This is marine 1. We're in the river. You've got fire out of the north side and now coming out of the west side of the World Trade Center, the west side.
DISPATCHER: All right, fire from the north side and the west side of the World Trade Center.
MARINE 1: That's affirmative. Fire has penetrated the skin.
MARINE 6: Marine 6 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: All right box 8087 report of smoke 83rd floor, 103 floor, 104 floor. Also received reports of people trapped on floor number 106 K.
0856 Hours

DISPATCHER: Manhattan calling division 1, K.
DIVISION 1:Division 1 to Manhattan, go ahead.
DISPATCHER: Division 1, receiving reports floor one-zero-six, numerous people trapped floor number one-zero-six.
DIVISION 1: 10-4. We have units on the way up now. We're reporting fire on the 78th floor, that's unconfirmed at the time. We're going to need the PD for security of the entire World Trade Center. We have jumpers coming from the World Trade Center right now from the upper floors.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
0858 Hours

BATTALION 2: Battalion 2 Manhattan K.
DISPATCHER: Battalion 2, go.
BATTALION 2: Be advised we have jumpers K, jumpers.
DISPATCHER: All right, division 1 be advised, battalion 2 advised we have jumpers from the World Trade Center, K.
DIVISION 1: Division 1 to Manhattan.
MARINE 1: Marine 1 to Manhattan K.
DISPATCHER: Division 1 go with your message, K.
DIVISION 1: Those jumpers, did they already jump?
DISPATCHER: Battalion 2, have those jumpers jumped, K.?
BATTALION 2: 10-4 Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Battalion 2, do you have jumpers down, K.?
BATTALION 2: Battalion 2, 10-4 Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Division 1, battalion 2 is advising jumpers down, K.
MARINE 6: 6 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Marine 6, K.
MARINE 6: We're 10-8 your frequency underway. You also have fire out of the east side of the building.
DISPATCHER: 10-4 Marine 6.
CAR 4-DAVID: Car 4-David to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Car 4-David.
CAR 4-DAVID: Car 4-David 10-84 at the World Trade Center.
DISPATCHER: Car 4 David repeat, K.
CAR 4-DAVID: 10-84.
DISPATCHER: 10-04. Car 4-David, we're getting reports from the hundred and fourth floor back room 25 to 30 people trapped. I also have the hundred and third floor, northwest room 1-0-3 with people trapped also. I have the eighty third floor with people trapped as well, car 4 David receive?
CAR 4-DAVID: Car 4 David 10-4.
DISPATCHER: All right, 10-04. Time is 0901 four sixty one.
0903

MARINE 6: Marine 6 to Manhattan urgent.
DISPATCHER: Hazmat 1 standby. Marine 6 go.
MARINE 6: Be advised. You have a second plane into the other tower of the Trade Center, major fire.
DISPATCHER: Car 4 David, Marine 6 advising a second plane into the World Trade Center, K.
MARINE 6: Marine 6, that's the other tower.
DISPATCHER: That's the second tower at the World Trade center, K.
BROOKLYN CO: Brooklyn to Citywide.
UNKNOWN UNIT: . . . to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: All units stand by unless urgent. Manhattan calling Car 4 David, K. Manhattan calling Car 4 David.
CAR 4-DAVID: Car 4-David to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Be advised, report of a second plane that crashed into the second tower. Be advised on the 83rd floor, room 8311, we have people trapped, room 8311, 83rd floor. Car 4 David acknowledge.
CAR 4_DAVID: Car 4 David 10-4.
0958 Hours

MARINE 3: Marine 3 to Manhattan, urgent.
DISPATCHER: Go ahead, K.
MARINE 3: One of the buildings is partially collapsed and the whole entire area is (dead?)
DISPATCHER: Unit transmitting the urgent, identify.
MARINE 3: Marine 3, a major collapse in one of the towers.
DISPATCHER: Which tower, K?
UNKNOWN UNIT: Tower 2, tower 2.
MARINE 3: The south tower, major collapse.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
0959 Hours

DISPATCHER: Manhattan to Field Comm., K. Manhattan to Field Comm.
MARINE 6: Marine 6 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Standby. Manhattan to Field Comm. (tone alert) Manhattan to Field Comm.
MARINE 6: Marine 6 to Manhattan, urgent.
DISPATCHER: Marine 6.
MARINE 6: Tower 2 has had a major explosion and what appears to be a complete collapse surrounding the entire area.
DISPATCHER: Marine 6 10-4, we were notified.
1000 Hours

DISPATCHER: Manhattan to Field Comm.
CIVILIAN: I'm a civilian. I'm trapped inside of one of your fire trucks underneath the collapse that just happened.
UNKNOWN UNIT: Standby. There's people close to you.
CIVILIAN: I can't breathe much longer. Save me! I'm in the cab of your truck.
DISPATCHER: Person transmitting a mayday. Where are you, K.
CIVILIAN: I just told you. It's north of the world trade center; there's the north pedestrian bridge. I think it collapsed when the partial building just collapsed. I was on the street. I don't have much air Please, help me!
RESCUE 2: Rescue 2 chauffeur, I copy that. I'm going to look for her.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
DISPATCHER: Manhattan to Field Comm urgent K.
CIVILIAN: I can barely breath. Please send somebody.
DISPATCHER: Okay, the person calling for help. Listen to me. You need to calm down and relax. Standby, we do have somebody on the way. You're to maintain air. Get off the air. We do have somebody on the way over to you. You're to remain calm, 10-4?
CIVILIAN: 10-4. I'm in the cab of the truck.
DISPATCHER: 10-4. We do have people on the way over there. Manhattan to Field Comm urgent.
1028 Hours

ENGINE 33: Three-three to Manhattan urgent.
DISPATCHER: Three-three.
ENGINE 33: The other tower just collapsed! Major collapse! Major collapse!
DISPATCHER: That's a 10. . . 10-4 on your urgent.
MARINE 3: Marine 3 to Manhattan, K.
UNKNOWN UNIT: ... To Manhattan K.
ENGINE 289: Urgent, 2-8-9 to Manhattan urgent. The world trade center collapsed. Building two has collapsed K.
UNKNOWN UNIT: Urgent! Urgent!
DISPATCHER: Unit calling urgent, K.
UNKNOWN UNIT: ..body get out. We had a collapse of the second tower. Everybody's running from there this is a... Here it comes, get in!
DISPATCHER: 10-4. Attention all units. We're receiving reports that number 1 and number 2 World Trade Center collapsed. All units at the scene receiving reports number 1 and number 2 World Trade Center, both towers collapsed.
ENGINE 236: Engine 2-3-6 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Manhattan responding.
ENGINE 236: Yeah, we're jammed down in the street over here. We can't even move the car. I'm leaving the chauffeur with the rig. I'm heading over that way.
DISPATCHER: 10-4

0847 Hours

BATTALION 1: Battalion 1 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Battalion 1.
BATTALION 1: We just had a - a plane crashed into an upper floor of the World Trade Center. Transmit a second alarm and start relocating companies into the area.
DISPATCHER: Ten-four battalion 1.
BATTALION 1: Battalion 1 is also sending the whole assignment on this box to that area, K.
ENGINE 6: Engine 6 to Manhattan, K.
DISPATCHER: Engine 6.
ENGINE 6: The World Trade Center - tower number one is on fire. The whole outside of the building. There was just a huge explosion.
DISPATCHER: Ten-four. All companies stand by at this time.
UNKNOWN UNIT: Transmit a second alarm on that box immediately.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
ENGINE 10: Engine 1-0 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Engine 1-0.
ENGINE 10: Engine 1-0 World Trade Center 10-60. Send every available ambulance, everything you've got to the World Trade Center now.
DISPATCHER: 10-4, 10-60 has been transmitted for the World Trade Center, 10-60 for the World Trade Center.
LADDER 3: Three truck to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Three truck.
LADDER 3: Civilian reports from up here, a plane just crashed into the World Trade Center for your information.
DISPATCHER: 10-4 K.
LADDER 3: Three truck's available.
8:48 Hours

BATTALION 1:Battalion 1 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Battalion 1, K.
BATTALION 1: We have a number of floors on fire. It looked like the plane was aiming towards the building. Transmit a third alarm. We'll have the staging area at Vesey and West Street. Have the third alarm assignment go into that area, the second alarm report to the building, K.
DISPATCHER: 10-4. Second alarm assignment report to the World Trade Center, second alarm assignment report to 1 World Trade Center.
ENGINE 10: Engine 1-0 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Engine 1-0 K.
ENGINE 10: It appears an airplane crashed into the World Trade Center.
DISPATCHER: 10-4. Third alarm's been transmitted box 8087, third alarm transmitted box 8087 for 1 World Trade Center.
SQUAD 18: Squad 1-8 to Manhattan, K.
DISPATCHER: Squad 1-8 K.
SQUAD 18: ...If the first battalion transmitted that it looked like it was intentional, inform all units going into the box it could be a terror attack.
DISPATCHER: ...10-4 all units be advised. . .
LADDER 10: Truck ten to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Proceed.
LADDER 10: Truck ten to Manhattan, just so you know this is confirmed. This is confirmed.
DISPATCHER: This is confirmed. 10-4 K.
ENGINE 10: Engine 1-0 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Engine 1-0, go.
ENGINE 10: Roll every available ambulance you've got to this position.
DISPATCHER: 10-4 K.
This section (0851 hours) was in the NYT transcript, but there was no audio to match with it. A member working that day recalled hearing these transmissions soon after leaving their quarters. Their ticket is time stamped 0851 hours so this would be about here in the transcript.

Approx. 0851 Hours

CAR 40 CHARLIE: 40 Charlie to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: 40 Charlie go.
CAR 40 CHARLIE: 40 Charlie is responding. Be advised you've got all boats available for transport through the river... Rescue...
DISPATCHER: 10-4 K.
CAR 4-DAVID: Four David to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Four David.
CAR 4-DAVID: How many rescues we got here?
MARINE 1: Marine 1 to Manhattan with an urgent message, K.
DISPATCHER: At this time you have the rescues K.
CAR 4-DAVID: Okay, I want all but one of them here.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
MARINE 1: Marine 1 to Manhattan with an urgent message, K.
DISPATCHER: Unit with an urgent message, K.
MARINE 1: This is marine 1. We're in the river. You've got fire out of the north side and now coming out of the west side of the World Trade Center, the west side.
DISPATCHER: All right, fire from the north side and the west side of the World Trade Center.
MARINE 1: That's affirmative. Fire has penetrated the skin.
MARINE 6: Marine 6 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: All right box 8087 report of smoke 83rd floor, 103 floor, 104 floor. Also received reports of people trapped on floor number 106 K.
0856 Hours

DISPATCHER: Manhattan calling division 1, K.
DIVISION 1:Division 1 to Manhattan, go ahead.
DISPATCHER: Division 1, receiving reports floor one-zero-six, numerous people trapped floor number one-zero-six.
DIVISION 1: 10-4. We have units on the way up now. We're reporting fire on the 78th floor, that's unconfirmed at the time. We're going to need the PD for security of the entire World Trade Center. We have jumpers coming from the World Trade Center right now from the upper floors.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
0858 Hours

BATTALION 2: Battalion 2 Manhattan K.
DISPATCHER: Battalion 2, go.
BATTALION 2: Be advised we have jumpers K, jumpers.
DISPATCHER: All right, division 1 be advised, battalion 2 advised we have jumpers from the World Trade Center, K.
DIVISION 1: Division 1 to Manhattan.
MARINE 1: Marine 1 to Manhattan K.
DISPATCHER: Division 1 go with your message, K.
DIVISION 1: Those jumpers, did they already jump?
DISPATCHER: Battalion 2, have those jumpers jumped, K.?
BATTALION 2: 10-4 Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Battalion 2, do you have jumpers down, K.?
BATTALION 2: Battalion 2, 10-4 Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Division 1, battalion 2 is advising jumpers down, K.
MARINE 6: 6 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Marine 6, K.
MARINE 6: We're 10-8 your frequency underway. You also have fire out of the east side of the building.
DISPATCHER: 10-4 Marine 6.
CAR 4-DAVID: Car 4-David to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Car 4-David.
CAR 4-DAVID: Car 4-David 10-84 at the World Trade Center.
DISPATCHER: Car 4 David repeat, K.
CAR 4-DAVID: 10-84.
DISPATCHER: 10-04. Car 4-David, we're getting reports from the hundred and fourth floor back room 25 to 30 people trapped. I also have the hundred and third floor, northwest room 1-0-3 with people trapped also. I have the eighty third floor with people trapped as well, car 4 David receive?
CAR 4-DAVID: Car 4 David 10-4.
DISPATCHER: All right, 10-04. Time is 0901 four sixty one.
0903

MARINE 6: Marine 6 to Manhattan urgent.
DISPATCHER: Hazmat 1 standby. Marine 6 go.
MARINE 6: Be advised. You have a second plane into the other tower of the Trade Center, major fire.
DISPATCHER: Car 4 David, Marine 6 advising a second plane into the World Trade Center, K.
MARINE 6: Marine 6, that's the other tower.
DISPATCHER: That's the second tower at the World Trade center, K.
BROOKLYN CO: Brooklyn to Citywide.
UNKNOWN UNIT: . . . to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: All units stand by unless urgent. Manhattan calling Car 4 David, K. Manhattan calling Car 4 David.
CAR 4-DAVID: Car 4-David to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Be advised, report of a second plane that crashed into the second tower. Be advised on the 83rd floor, room 8311, we have people trapped, room 8311, 83rd floor. Car 4 David acknowledge.
CAR 4_DAVID: Car 4 David 10-4.
0958 Hours

MARINE 3: Marine 3 to Manhattan, urgent.
DISPATCHER: Go ahead, K.
MARINE 3: One of the buildings is partially collapsed and the whole entire area is (dead?)
DISPATCHER: Unit transmitting the urgent, identify.
MARINE 3: Marine 3, a major collapse in one of the towers.
DISPATCHER: Which tower, K?
UNKNOWN UNIT: Tower 2, tower 2.
MARINE 3: The south tower, major collapse.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
0959 Hours

DISPATCHER: Manhattan to Field Comm., K. Manhattan to Field Comm.
MARINE 6: Marine 6 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Standby. Manhattan to Field Comm. (tone alert) Manhattan to Field Comm.
MARINE 6: Marine 6 to Manhattan, urgent.
DISPATCHER: Marine 6.
MARINE 6: Tower 2 has had a major explosion and what appears to be a complete collapse surrounding the entire area.
DISPATCHER: Marine 6 10-4, we were notified.
1000 Hours

DISPATCHER: Manhattan to Field Comm.
CIVILIAN: I'm a civilian. I'm trapped inside of one of your fire trucks underneath the collapse that just happened.
UNKNOWN UNIT: Standby. There's people close to you.
CIVILIAN: I can't breathe much longer. Save me! I'm in the cab of your truck.
DISPATCHER: Person transmitting a mayday. Where are you, K.
CIVILIAN: I just told you. It's north of the world trade center; there's the north pedestrian bridge. I think it collapsed when the partial building just collapsed. I was on the street. I don't have much air Please, help me!
RESCUE 2: Rescue 2 chauffeur, I copy that. I'm going to look for her.
DISPATCHER: 10-4.
DISPATCHER: Manhattan to Field Comm urgent K.
CIVILIAN: I can barely breath. Please send somebody.
DISPATCHER: Okay, the person calling for help. Listen to me. You need to calm down and relax. Standby, we do have somebody on the way. You're to maintain air. Get off the air. We do have somebody on the way over to you. You're to remain calm, 10-4?
CIVILIAN: 10-4. I'm in the cab of the truck.
DISPATCHER: 10-4. We do have people on the way over there. Manhattan to Field Comm urgent.
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ENGINE 33: Three-three to Manhattan urgent.
DISPATCHER: Three-three.
ENGINE 33: The other tower just collapsed! Major collapse! Major collapse!
DISPATCHER: That's a 10. . . 10-4 on your urgent.
MARINE 3: Marine 3 to Manhattan, K.
UNKNOWN UNIT: ... To Manhattan K.
ENGINE 289: Urgent, 2-8-9 to Manhattan urgent. The world trade center collapsed. Building two has collapsed K.
UNKNOWN UNIT: Urgent! Urgent!
DISPATCHER: Unit calling urgent, K.
UNKNOWN UNIT: ..body get out. We had a collapse of the second tower. Everybody's running from there this is a... Here it comes, get in!
DISPATCHER: 10-4. Attention all units. We're receiving reports that number 1 and number 2 World Trade Center collapsed. All units at the scene receiving reports number 1 and number 2 World Trade Center, both towers collapsed.
ENGINE 236: Engine 2-3-6 to Manhattan.
DISPATCHER: Manhattan responding.
ENGINE 236: Yeah, we're jammed down in the street over here. We can't even move the car. I'm leaving the chauffeur with the rig. I'm heading over that way.
DISPATCHER: 10-4

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The Loudoun Career Firefighters Association has just posted their 2021 St. Patrick’s Day shirts for pre sale on their online store. This years shirt has been designed and drawn by one of our own. If you wish to place an order please go to https://iaff3756.unionactive.com/product-category/st-patrick-s-day-items/
Has anyone digitalized(I dont know if that's the right word) the recruit school videos? If so, where can they be found? Thanks!
Transfer's in the fire service is never a easy time. Sometimes it is requested, mostly it is "the need of the department" FF/PM Rawlings was recently transferred to a new station assignment. Her fellow shiftmates got her this custom flag gift to show their appreciation of her 10 year tenure with them at the Middleburg Fire Department #thinredline #lcfr #middleburg #virginia #firefighter #paramedic #staroflife #rusticflag #handcarved #woodflag #gift See more Custom LCFR Flags 👉 Antietam Adirondacks
St Patrick’s Day is upon us! Loudoun Career Firefighters Association has their new St Patrick’s Day shirts on the online store. T-shirts are 50/50 poly/cotton; Long sleeves are 100% cotton and Hoodies are 50/50 8oz poly/cotton. Go to the online store under St. Patrick’s Day Items to place your orders. Here is the link: https://iaff3756store.unionactive.com/
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The Loudoun County Career Firefighters are selling their 2019 Holiday T-shirts, Long Sleeve T-shirts, and Hooded Sweatshirts. You can place your orders using the following link: https://iaff3756store.unionactive.com
ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS TO ORDER!!!! Loudoun County Career Firefighter are taking pre orders for their Christmas Shirt. You have until December 4th to place your orders. You can choose from T-shirt, Long Sleeve T-shirts and Hooded Sweatshirts. Please go to www.iaff3756.org; then to the online store to place your orders. (They are locates under the T-shirt tab)
Loudoun County Career Firefighter are taking pre orders for their Christmas Shirt. You have until December 4th to place your orders. You can choose from T-shirt, Long Sleeve T-shirts and Hooded Sweatshirts. Please go to www.iaff3756.org; then to the online store to place your orders. (They are locates under the T-shirt tab)
Loudoun County Career Firefighter are taking pre orders for their Christmas Shirt. You have until December 4th to place your orders. You can choose from T-shirt, Long Sleeve T-shirts and Hooded Sweatshirts. Please go to www.iaff3756.org; then to the online store to place your orders. (They are locates under the T-shirt tab)
We still have some Veterans Day shirts left. You can wear them the rest of the week. Go to the online store to place your order. www.iaff3756.org; then to the online store.
2019 Pre Order Only Christmas shirts are available on the online store. They will come in T-shirts, Long Sleeve T-shirts and Hooded Sweatshirts. Cut off date to order is December 5th.
The Veterans Day Shirt are in and what’s left has been posted on the online store.