• Effective immediately we will be deleting, without notice, any negative threads or posts that deal with the use of encryption and streaming of scanner audio.

    We've noticed a huge increase in rants and negative posts that revolve around agencies going to encryption due to the broadcasting of scanner audio on the internet. It's now worn out and continues to be the same recycled rants. These rants hijack the threads and derail the conversation. They no longer have a place anywhere on this forum other than in the designated threads in the Rants forum in the Tavern.

    If you violate these guidelines your post will be deleted without notice and an infraction will be issued. We are not against discussion of this issue. You just need to do it in the right place. For example:
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Los Angeles | Major Accident | 2, 4, 12 | 7136 S Crenshaw Bl | FS 66 O/S Multi Veh MVA, 13 Pts, 8 Critical,

Los Angeles | Major Accident | OCD-4 Tac-12 | Crenshaw & Florence | LAFD o/s 4 car TC with Fire.Total of 20 Patientes.8 criticals.1 confirmed DOA

Los Angeles | Major Accident | Ch 2, 4, 12 | 7136 S Crenshaw Bl | U/D: 1 Veh Flew Off Freeway, 2-3 Addl Vehs, 20+ Pts, 10 Minor, 8+ Critical, 3 DOA


 
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Los Angeles| Major Accident| Ch 2, 4, 12| 7136 S Crenshaw Bl|U/D:: Final, 6 Veh MVA, 20+ Pts, 6 Serious, 11 Minor, 3 DOA, No Frwy Involvement, Active Scene
 
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Not sure exactly what format you are using for these posts, or from where it originates. I sincerely appreciate your effort here, but could you please consider the possibility that not all of us know what things like TC, FS, OCD, and U/D mean? How much longer would it take you to type out the words?
 
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Not sure exactly what format you are using for these posts, or from where it originates. I sincerely appreciate your effort here, but could you please consider the possibility that not all of us know what things like TC, FS, OCD, and U/D mean? How much longer would it take you to type out the words?

Sorry im just pasting from Incidentpage.net..

TC: Traffic Collision
FS: Fire Station
OCD: LAFD Dispatch
U/D: Update
 
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OCD: LAFD Dispatch
LOL! Okay, the rest of them made some sense, but this one makes none! :lol:

Thanks for the clarification!. But anybody who understands IncidentPage.net lingo probably already got the notification without reading it here, like you did, lol.

Are you listening to the incidents yourself? Just curious how they ended up with so many patients. Was it a pile up, or a high-occupancy vehicle?
 
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I actually listened a little bit, was just a 6 car pileup. with a couple people in each car..

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LOL! Okay, the rest of them made some sense, but this one makes none! :lol:

Thanks for the clarification!. But anybody who understands IncidentPage.net lingo probably already got the notification without reading it here, like you did, lol.

Are you listening to the incidents yourself? Just curious how they ended up with so many patients. Was it a pile up, or a high-occupancy vehicle?
 
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On Monday, May 26, 2008 at 5:56 PM, 10 Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, 14 LAFD Rescue Ambulances, 3 EMS Battalion Captains, 2 Battalion Chief Officer Command Teams and 1 Division Chief Officer Command Team, a total of 87 Los Angeles Fire Department personnel under the direction of Assistant Chief Jeffery S. Mottram, responded to a Multi-Fatality Traffic Collision at the intersection of Crenshaw Boulevard and Florence Avenue in the Hyde Park area of Los Angeles.

Firefighters responded quickly to discover at least six vehicles involved in a traffic collision in which three - a minivan, sport utility vehicle and sedan were ablaze.

Firefighters quickly doused the flames to find the burned remains of two persons in one vehicle, while their colleagues sought to care for a preteen male who had been pulled or ejected from another.

The three proved to be beyond medical help, and were pronounced dead at the scene.

Firefighters swiftly and efficiently triaged 18 additional persons, providing prompt transport to 5 in need of immediate care, including some in grave condition who are reported to have later died at area hospitals.

Nine additional patients with non-life threatening injuries, were among those taken to five area hospitals, while 4 persons declined treatment and transportation at the scene.

The collision is under formal investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department's South Traffic Division, working closely with the Coroner's Office, which will seek to positively identify the deceased and determine the precise cause, time and manner of their death.

Text by Brian Humphrey/LAFD

photos by Mike Meadows/Flikr

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lafd/2527143930/
 
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