22 October 2021
DC firefighters responded to 628 calls on Wednesday, September 15th. There were 179 critical and 317 non-critical EMS dispatches, and 132 fire related incidents and other types of emergencies, including 1 working structure fire
A judge prohibits expelling migrant families with children without allowing them to apply for asylum under Title 42
Defense Secretary Austin: "I have confidence in General Milley"
SHOOTING: 1000 Bl. of Mt. Olivet Rd. N.E. MPD on scene investigating a shooting. Unconfirmed whether any injuries were involved.
Shooting investigation in the 1000 block of Mount Olivet Road, NE. No lookout.
DC firefighters have determined that the cause of the 2 Alarm Fire at 7th & D Sts SW was accidental, the result of roofing work. We now have 1 firefighter being transported to the hospital with a minor injury
Rooftop black smoke plume from highway
Working Fire 7th & D Sts South-West DC firefighters have made access to roof. Fire appears confined to roof and roofing materials on a building under construction
View from Park View, Georgia Ave
2 Alarm fire 7th & DSts South-West DC firefighters have extinguished all fire and checking for hotspots. Fire was confined to roofing material only. There were no injuries. Media staging SW corner 7th & D Sts South-West
FIRE IN SOUTHWEST DC: @dcfireems have responded to a fire at 7th and D St. SW on the roof of a high-rise building under construction and posted video of the smoke plume climbing into the sky
Now a 2 Alarm fire 7th & D Sts South-West DC firefighters have hose lines operating on the roof and have knocked the large volume of fire down. Checking to see if any extension to floor below. 20 units & 100 personnel enroute or responding. No injuries reported
BOX ALARM W/WORKING FIRE: Department of Homeland Security 300 Bl. of 7th St. S.W. DCFD responding for reports of heavy smoke coming from the roof of a 9 story building. Immediate WORKING FIRE DISPATCH has been activated.
Look at that fire near the US State Capitol. Appears to be a high rise fire under construction
Working Fire 7th &D Sts South-West fire on the roof of a hi-rise building under construction
Working Fire 2600 block King Ave SE. DC firefighters have placed this fire under control. 1 adult female transported with non life threatening injuries. Fire investigators on scene. Checking on displacements
Working Fire 2600 block King Ave SE. Fire 2nd floor apartment knocked down. DC firefighters checking for extension
Box Alarm 2600 block King Ave SE. DC firefighters on scene with fire 2nd floor apartment in 4 story building
Robbery Gun in the 1900 block of 19th Street NW. Lookout for 4-5 B/M's occupying silver sedan. Suspect (1) wearing a red hooded sweatshirt and Suspect (2) wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt
MPD just released some video of a shooting that occurred last night on 2300 Block of 16th Street, Southeast. A woman was located INSIDE her apt with a gun shot wound, she has non life threating injuries.
MPD just released some   video of a shooting that occurred last night on 2300 Block of 16th Street, Southeast. A woman was located INSIDE her apt with a gun shot wound, she has non life threating injuries.
Metropolitan Police have released a detailed list of all street closures and areas where drivers cannot park on Saturday, Sept. 18, when the 'Justice For J6' rally is expected to take place
Working Fire 3400 block 14th St NW. DC firefighters have confined the fire to one 2nd floor apartment and placed it under control. No injuries reported. Investigators on scene
Working Fire Dispatch 3400 block 14th St NW. Fire 2nd floor apartment in 3 story occupied building. DC firefighters have fire knocked down. Checking for extension. No injuries reported
Box Alarm 3400 block 14th St NW. Smoke showing 2nd floor
Only the Pfizer COVID vax is mandatory for troops, though they can voluntarily receive another. @PentagonPresSec says he has no updates as to whether @secdef will ask to make the other vaccines mandatory, though he did originally plan to ask for a waiver in mid-September
A) Fox is told that US Capitol Police will begin installing the fence ahead of Saturday's rally at the Capitol at 8:30 pm et tonight. The fence will first go up at First St., SW and Constitution Ave. It will take about 24 hours to install the inner perimeter
SHOOTING: 13th St. & Congress St. S.E. MPD on scene investigating a shooting with one individual shot. Severity of injuries unknown.
Pentagon: Gen. Milley "regularly communicates" with foreign counterparts "including with China and Russia. These conversations remain vital to U.S. national security interests, reducing tensions, providing clarity and avoiding unintended consequences or conflict
D.C. police on scene of a critical shooting, 13th and Congress streets SE. Report is an unconscious woman. Details to come
Shooting Investigation at 13th and Congress St., SE. Lookout for a B/M, heavyset, 17-18 years of age, spiked hair cut, wearing a white tank top and blue jeans
Shooting Investigation in the 4000 block of First Street SE. No Lookout DO NOT TAKE ACTION CALL 911
SHOOTING: 4000 Bl. of 1st St. S.E. DCFD responded for reports of a man down, after evaluating this individual. It is determined this person has been shot. Severity of injuries unknown. MPD enroute to investigate
Shooting Investigation at 2300 block of 16th Street SE at 2320 hrs in the block.
Crime Alert 7th District (PSA 701-708) Shooting Investigation at 24th and Hartford St SE at 2257 hrs.
DOUBLE SHOOTING W/JUVENILE SHOT: 2400 Bl. of Irving St. S.E. MPD on scene investigating an Approx 13 Y/F walking into Engine 32 Quarters with a gunshot wound, this is believed to be connected with the shooting on Alabama Ave
SHOOTING: 2400 Bl. of Alabama Ave. S.E. MPD on scene investigating a shooting with one individual confirmed shot. DCFD evaluating that individual with multiple gunshot wounds
DOUBLE SHOOTING: 7th & O St. N.W. DCFD on scene with reports of two individuals shot. MPD on scene investigating. Severity of injuries unknown
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