Oklahoma City Fire
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This feed broadcast Fire Alert, Fire Ops, TAC 1 thru TAC 9, Media Channel, and Will Rogers World Airport ARFF. OKCFD Dispatch will be the Priority channel for the feed. If I am around when a large event occurs, I will increase the priority of the TAC channel the event is assigned to. Below are some of the terms you may here while listening.
Automatic Alarm: Automatic Fire Alarm Activtion that has been called in by an alarm monitoring company.
Automatic High Rise Alarm: Automatic Fire Alarm Activation that has been called in by an alarm monitoring company. This response would be to a building that is 5 or more stories.
House Fire or Fire Alarm: This response would be to an incident that is suspected of being a working fire. Calls have been recieved through the 911 system reporting an actual fire.
Commercial Fire Alarm: This reponse would be to an incident that is suspected of being a working fire inside any commercial structure that is 4 stories or less, to include Apartment buildings. Calls have been recieved through the 911 system reporting an actual fire.
High Rise Fire Alarm: This response would be to an incident that is suspected of being a working fire inside any commercial structure this is 5 stories or more, to include Hotels. Calls have been recieved through the 911 system reporting an actual fire and first arriving apparatus have reported visible smoke / flames on arrival.
Personal Assistance: This response would be to an incident where an elderly / disabled citizen may need assistance getting up, to / from restroom, to / from vehicle, or a number of other less emergent conditions.
Signal 82: Motor Vehicle Accident that is reported to have injuries. Signal 76: Motor Vehicle Accident where no injuries have been found / reported.
Priority Agency Assist: OKCFD personnel are in need of law enforcement on the scene, and it is determined they are needed quickly. This creates a priority call for OKCPD.
125 - On Duty Mechanic
200 Series - Code Compliance / Risk Reduction Officers
400 Series - Fire Marshal / Fire Investigators
500 Series - Support / Training / EMS Training
600 Series - Chief Officers (601 - 606 are on duty Battalion Chiefs)
700 Series - Community Service Liason (721) and Medical Officer (751). The Medical Officer carries 1 unit of blood and responds to many incidents where blood may be needed prehospital.