by July 27, 2019
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This is a video that you won't see often: ride along with Chicago's Aerial Tower 1 to a confirmed high rise fire (still and box high rise) in north downtown. At 1:52 you can see the screen with all the units responding to the box: 6 engines, 3 trucks, 3 battalions and 4 special units (as a side note: the initial dispatch was already 4 engines, 3 trucks, 3 battalions, squad 1 and 271). Engine 1, Aerial tower 1 and ambulance 41 respond out of the fire house in the South Loop and make their long way to the north. While en route you can hear the dispatch assigning the different functions to the responding units. Because of many calls coming in, at 6:30 an EMS Plan 1 has been announced, this means a response of additional units: 1 Engine, 1 Truck, 5 ALS Ambulances, 2 BLS Ambulances, 1 Battalion Chief, 1 EMS Field Officer, 1 EMS Assistant Deputy Chief Paramedic. After reaching the scene you will have an overview of what was going on in the street. Since the fire was in one of the upper floors (5 floors from top) I could not see anything from the ground. Note all the tourists looking at the trucks, this must have been a great attraction. Aerial Tower is the only unit of that kind in the city. All the other aerial units are regular trucks or platforms // Dies ist eine seltene Aufnahme: Mitfahrt mit Drehleiter 1 der Feuerwehr Chicago zu einem bestätigten Hochhausbrand in der nördlichen Innenstadt. Bei 1:52 sieht man die Fahrzeuge, die nach Feuerbestätigung zusätzlich zu dem Einsatz disponiert wurden: 6 Löschfahrzeuge, 3 Drehleitern, 3 Einsatzleiter, 4 Sonderfahrzeuge (Anmerkung, initial wurden bereits 4 LF, 3 DL, 3 ELW und 2 Sonderfahrzeuge alarmiert). Löschfahrzeug 1, Drehleiter 1 und Rettungswagen 41 verlassen die Feuerwache im South Loop und machen sich auf den langen Weg Richtung Norden. Unterwegs hört man den Funkverkehr wie die Leitstelle den Einheiten ihre Sonderaufgaben zuweist. Da sich viele Anrufer meldeten wurde bei 6:30 ebenfalls MANV Stufe 1 ausgelöst. Das bedeutet eine Alarmierung zusätzlicher Einheiten: 1 Löschfahrzeug, 1 Drehleiter, 5 ALS Rettungswagen, 2 BLS Rettungswagen, 1 Einsatzleiter, 1 organisatorischer Leiter Rettungsdienst und 1 stellvertretender Rettungsdienstchef. Nach Ankunft an der Einsatzstelle bekommt man einen guten Überblick wieviele Einsatzmittel vor Ort sind. Man beachte die vielen staunenden Touristen, das muss eine echte Attraktion gewesen sein // by Dirk Steinhardt - http://www.rescue911.de - http://www.rescue-tube.com - Chicago, Illinois, USA - 10.2011 - filmed with a Sony HDR-CX505
by July 27, 2019
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I went to Chillicothe on the BNSF Chillicothe sub and while the traffic was a bit slow mainly because of the recent flooding in Missouri, there was still quite a bit to see. Of note a massive westbound stack train with a 4X3X2 engine arrangement and the M-GALCHI local. Enjoy and don't forget to comment and subscribe!!! 0:00 A westbound BNSF vehicle train led by BNSF 3768 (ET44C4 built 2016) and NS 9716 (C44-9W built 12/2001), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 3:31 A westbound BNSF stack train led by BNSF 7229 (ES44DC built 2009), 5470 (C44-9W built 2000), 6767 (ES44C4 built 2011), and 3742 (ET44C4 built 2017), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 6:45 A eastbound BNSF z-train led by BNSF 7222 (ES44DC built 2009), 8264 (ES44C4 built 11/2014), and 7012 (ES44C4 built 2012), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 8:53 A very long westbound BNSF stack train led by BNSF 4896 (C44-9W built 1998), 4027 (C44-9W built 2003), 5395 (C44-9W built 2000), 4216 (ES44C4 built 2017), 5782 (ES44AC built 9/2005 mid DPU), 8006 (ES44C4 built 12/2013 mid DPU), 8224 (ES44C4 built 2014 mid DPU), 9308 (SD70ACe built 2/2009 rear DPU), and 7943 (ES44C4 built 12/2014 rear DPU), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 16:03 A eastbound BNSF z-train led by BNSF 5444 (C44-9W built 2000), 8538 (SD70ACe built 5/2014), 7124 (ES44C4 built 3/2013), and 9309 (SD70ACe built 2/2009), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 18:03 A westbound BNSF stack train led by BNSF 7293 (ES44DC built 2009), NS 8153 (ES44AC built 9/2013), and NS 3615 (ET44AC built 5/2016), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 21:07 A westbound BNSF vehicle train led by BNSF 6873 (ES44C4 built 12/2012) and 7976 (ES44C4 built 2015), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 25:37 A fast eastbound BNSF z-train led by BNSF 8277 (ES44C4 built 11/2014), 6686 (ES44C4 built 2011), 4011 (C44-9W built 9/2003), and 4250 (ES44C4 built 2016), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 27:04 A eastbound BNSF local (M-GALCHI) led by BNSF 2539 (ex-ATSF GP39-3 built 6/1970), HLCX 1072 (ex-NYC GP38-2 built 11/1965), and HLCX 3801 (ex-NDEM GP38-2 built 10/1975), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 28:48 A westbound BNSF stack train led by BNSF 6728 (ES44C4 built 2011), 7626 (ES44DC built 2008), 6786 (ES44C4 built 9/2011 DPU), and 8056 (ES44C4 built 2014 DPU), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 33:55 A eastbound BNSF stack train led by BNSF 7087 (ES44C4 built 7/2012) and 6229 (ES44AC built 4/2007), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 35:50 A westbound Union Pacific z-train led by UP 8118 (ES44AH built 3/2014), 5128 (SD70M built 9/2004) and 8655 (SD70ACe built 2008), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 39:10 A eastbound BNSF z-train led by BNSF 7932 (ES44C4 built 2015), 8435 (SD70ACe built 2014), 681 (ex-ATSF C44-9W built 8/1994), 4439 (C44-9W built 1999), and 6886 (ES44C4 built 12/2012), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 42:44 A fast westbound BNSF z-train led by BNSF 6970 (ES44C4 built 2012), 7699 (H2 ES44DC built 2005), and 1090 (H1 C44-9W built 1996), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 35:05 A westbound BNSF stack train led by BNSF 4056 (C44-9W built 2003) and 4756 (C44-9W built 1997), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 47:29 A westbound BNSF z-train led by BNSF 5350 (C44-9W built 2001), 6537 (ES44C4 built 11/2013), and 5270 (C44-9W built 8/2001), passes through Chillicothe, IL. 50:24 A eastbound BNSF z-train led by BNSF 6549 (ES44C4 built 11/2013) and 5185 (C44-9W built 11/2003), passes through Chillicothe, IL.
by July 27, 2019
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by July 27, 2019
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Honorary Officer Dylan Barry has his Make-A-Wish come true with the Chillicothe Police Department (IL). Come check out his shift with the Chilli PD!
by July 26, 2019
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After spending a good part of the day along the BNSF Chillicothe sub not far to the north I went to the Chillicothe Rock Island depot along the old Rock Island Peoria line (now Iowa Interstate Railroad) which is now preserved as a museum. Built in 1889 it was acquired by the Chillicothe Historical Society in 1982. It was the town's only museum until a house was acquired so the majority of the depot museum's artifacts are Railroad related. There is a Santa Fe caboose outside and a decent model layout depicting the area inside. Quite a nice place. I then saw a northbound on the Iowa Interstate Peoria branch which was a PESI led by 514 (ES44AC built 2014) and 700 (GP38-2 built 1972). I then ran into it again later in Bureau, IL where it had to wait for the CBBI. The CBBI was led by IAIS ES44ACs 511 and 509 (both built 7/2008) had mostly stacks and ethanol with a few hoppers.