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Fire & Rescue

Always Ready, Always There

Phone: 503-823-3700

Fax: 503-823-3710

55 SW Ash Street, Portland, OR 97204

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PF&R Incident Statistics: June 20 - 26, 2010

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Total Incidents: 1423

Medical: 1127

Fire: 58

Other: 238

Major Incidents: 8 (see below) 

  • 06/20/10 @ 0035 hrs, Apartment Fire, 13000 block of NE Prescott St.  Loss: $400,000, Cause: Unattended cooking.  3 exposures also damaged valued at $130,000 - $20,000 - $20,000.
  • 06/20/10 @ 1941 hrs, Water Rescue, Willamette River/Multnomah Channel at Sauvie Is.  Report of a vehicle in water, but the occupants are out of the water.
  • 06/21/10 @ 0732 hrs, Commercial Fire, 3500 block of NE Mississippi Ave.  Loss: $10,000.   Cause: Cooking/Grease Fire.
  • 06/24/10 @ 0629 hrs, Residential Fire, 800 block of NE 118th Ave.  Loss: Undetermined at this time.  Cause: Under Investigation.
  • 06/24/10 @ 1130 hrs, Rope Rescue, Rocky Butte Park.  Climber fell unknown distance.  One patient lowered via a Low Angle rope system and transported to Hospital.
  • 06/24/10 @ 1428 hrs, Residential Fire, 9200 block of N Mohawk Ave.  Loss: $5,000, Cause: Carelessly discarded cigarette.
  • 06/25/10 @ 1334 hrs, Apartment Fire, 1100 block of SW Montgomery St.  Loss: $6,000, Cause: Under Investigation.
  • 06/26/10 @ 1347 hrs, Rope Rescue, Lower Macleay Park.  Hiker fell 100 ft. off trail.  Three patients raised via a High Angle rope system and transported one patient to Hospital.

 

  Portland Fire & Rescue We Respond: Always Ready, Always There

  June 28, 2010

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