HazmatIncidents2011 by liwenting

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									Incident County   Incident City   Incident Zip code Incident Date Incident Number
Benton            Adair Village                 97330    5/28/2011           112506




Linn              Albany                     97321     4/14/2011            111670




Linn              Albany                     97321      5/3/2011            112073




Linn              Albany                     97321      3/6/2011            111053
Linn     Albany   97321   2/21/2011   110818




Benton   Albany   97321   7/29/2011   113655




Benton   Albany   97321   2/28/2011   110957
Linn   Albany   97321   5/31/2011   112573




Linn   Albany   97321   2/24/2011   110893




Linn   Albany   97321   6/21/2011   112939
Linn     Albany             97321   6/12/2011 HM05110021




Benton   Albany             97321   9/12/2011         114519




Linn     Albany             97321    1/6/2011         110081
Linn     Albany             97322    5/8/2011         112157




Linn     Albany             97322    6/2/2011         112590




Linn     Albany             97322    6/7/2011         112678


Linn     Albany Northeast   97321   7/20/2011          11464
Linn     Albany Northeast   97321   8/25/2011          11563
Gilliam   Arlington   97812   5/15/2011        5/15/2011




Gilliam   Arlington   97812   8/17/2011 2011-08-17-1




GILLIAM   ARLINGTON   97861   8/18/2011 HM-10-11-0030




Jackson   Ashland     97520   8/26/2011          1101449
          Ashland   97520    8/26/2011      2234
          ASHLAND   97520   11/26/2011      3203
          Ashland   97520    8/27/2011      2239
Jackson   Ashland   97520    7/30/2011   1101283




Jackson   Ashland   97520    7/30/2011   1101283




          Ashland   97520    1/27/2011       577
          ASHLAND   97520     3/1/2011       518
          ASHLAND   97520   11/19/2011      3123
          ASHLAND   97520     3/9/2011       574
          ASHLAND   97520    8/15/2011      2126
          ASHLAND   97520    9/14/2011      2444
          ASHLAND   97520     4/1/2011       779
          ASHLAND   97520    3/22/2011       698
          ASHLAND   97520    1/13/2011       103
          ASHLAND   97520    3/27/2011       735
          ASHLAND   97520    4/17/2011       930
          ASHLAND   97520    9/10/2011      2403
          ASHLAND   97520   11/16/2011      3102
          Ashland   97520    7/14/2011      1808
          Ashland   97520    5/25/2011      1316
          ASHLAND   97520    3/21/2011       684
          ASHLAND   97520     3/8/2011       558
          ASHLAND   97520   11/13/2011      3065
          ASHLAND   97520   11/19/2011      3134
          ASHLAND   97520    8/17/2011      2142
          ASHLAND   97520     9/2/2011      2304
          ASHLAND   97520    9/19/2011      2504
          ASHLAND   97520    4/23/2011       978
          ASHLAND   97520    12/8/2011      3314
          Ashland   97520    7/21/2011      1888
          Ashland   97520     6/8/2011      1467
          ASHLAND   97520     3/9/2011       573
          ASHLAND   97520   11/16/2011      3103
          ASHLAND   97520    12/6/2011      3297
Astoria   97103    3/11/2011   1100180




Astoria   97103     2/9/2011   1100108




Astoria   97103   11/19/2011   1101002




Astoria   97103   11/20/2011   1101005




Astoria   97103   12/16/2011   1101103
Astoria   97103    2/12/2011   1100115




Astoria   97103   11/10/2011   1100969




Astoria   97103   11/23/2011   1101036




Astoria   97103    8/22/2011   1100691




Astoria   97103    7/26/2011   1100593
Astoria     97103   6/23/2011   1100478




Astoria     97103   7/30/2011   1100606




Astoria     97103   11/9/2011   1100967




Aumsville   97325   1/14/2011        12
Aumsville   97325   7/28/2011       235
Marion   Aurora       97002    8/5/2011     11184




Marion   Aurora       97002   8/22/2011   2011423
Marion   Aurora       97002   9/21/2011   2011495
Baker    Baker City   97814    4/8/2011        12
WASHINGTON   BANKS   97106   3/2/2011   110007
             BANKS       97106    3/2/2011        7609




Washington   Banks       97106   5/21/2011   110502894


Washington   Banks       97106   2/13/2011   110201565
             BEAVERTON   97005   3/25/2011       10412
BEAVERTON   97005    10/7/2011   36033




BEAVERTON   97005   10/10/2011   36441




BEAVERTON   97005    3/23/2011   10104

BEAVERTON   97005    5/28/2011   18562




BEAVERTON   97005   12/17/2011   45147




BEAVERTON   97005     1/9/2011    1145
BEAVERTON   97005    12/9/2011   44052




BEAVERTON   97005    6/21/2011   21564




BEAVERTON   97005   11/14/2011   40849
BEAVERTON   97005   10/4/2011   35626




BEAVERTON   97005   6/15/2011   20832




BEAVERTON   97005   5/27/2011   18452
BEAVERTON   97006   10/17/2011   37303




BEAVERTON   97006   11/14/2011   40827




BEAVERTON   97006    7/21/2011   25484
BEAVERTON   97006    3/3/2011    7718




BEAVERTON   97006   9/16/2011   33254




BEAVERTON   97006   8/29/2011   30816

BEAVERTON   97006   3/28/2011   10703
WASHINGTON   BEAVERTON   97006   3/28/2011 HM09-11-0012
WASHINGTON   BEAVERTON   97006   10/27/2011   201138633




             BEAVERTON   97006     8/3/2011       27122




             BEAVERTON   97006     8/1/2011       26918
BEAVERTON   97006   12/29/2011   46575




BEAVERTON   97006     7/4/2011   23221




BEAVERTON   97006    4/15/2011   12958




BEAVERTON   97007     1/6/2011     742
BEAVERTON   97007    11/7/2011   39956

BEAVERTON   97007     4/8/2011   12069


BEAVERTON   97007    2/22/2011    6503
BEAVERTON   97007     4/5/2011   11708
BEAVERTON   97007    7/13/2011   24414




BEAVERTON   97007     8/3/2011   27141




BEAVERTON   97007     8/9/2011   27931




BEAVERTON   97007   10/26/2011   38435




BEAVERTON   97007     9/6/2011   31883




BEAVERTON   97007    4/22/2011   13831
BEAVERTON   97008   6/29/2011   22558




BEAVERTON   97008   6/27/2011   22308




BEAVERTON   97008   6/17/2011   21092




BEAVERTON   97008    8/4/2011   27290
BEAVERTON   97008    5/24/2011   18050




BEAVERTON   97008   12/29/2011   46656




BEAVERTON   97008    9/10/2011   32493




BEAVERTON   97225    3/26/2011   10527
BEAVERTON   97225    4/29/2011     14690




BEND        87701    5/10/2011   1132941
BEND        97701    9/13/2011   1135997
BEND        97701    1/16/2011   1130336
BEND        97701    3/29/2011   1131998
BEND        97701     6/2/2011   1133491
BEND        97701   12/18/2011   1138089
BEND        97701    3/20/2011   1131814
BEND        97701    7/28/2011   1134849
BEND        97701     7/5/2011   1134325
BEND        97701    4/20/2011   1132450
BEND        97701     2/3/2011   1130719
BEND        97701    6/30/2011   1134191
BEND        97701     1/9/2011   1130214
BEND        97701     7/1/2011   1134215
BEND        97701     6/8/2011   1133639
BEND        97701     3/8/2011   1131541
BEND        97701     6/1/2011   1133468
BEND        97701    7/10/2011   1134431
BEND        97702    5/24/2011   1133296
BEND        97702   12/29/2011   1138343
BEND        97702     4/6/2011   1132171
BEND        97702    8/17/2011   1135353
BEND        97702   12/15/2011   1138030
BEND        97702    12/2/2011   1137753
BEND        97702    12/4/2011   1137787
BEND        97702    6/13/2011   1133743
BEND        97702     3/4/2011   1131450
Deschutes   Bend   97707   9/23/2011   11205809
Deschutes   Bend   97707   7/20/2011   11151310




Deschutes   Bend   97707   1/14/2011   11009724
Boring   97009   10/30/2011   1397




Boring   97009    10/8/2011   1303




Boring   97009     5/5/2011    518
        Boring      97009    3/27/2011       362




        BORING      97009     9/4/2011      1130




        BORING      97009     9/4/2011   1112098




Curry   Brookings   97415   11/25/2011   1100321
Curry        Brookings   97415    1/21/2011     1100018




Curry        Brookings   97415     5/1/2011     1100122




Harney       Burns       97720    8/26/2011     8261176
Harney       Burns       97720    5/25/2011     5251148

Washington   Buxton      97109    7/23/2011   110703024
             Canby       97013    7/22/2011     1101102


             Canby       97013   11/23/2011     1101806




             Canby       97013    5/25/2011     1100750
Canby           97013    3/14/2011   1100380




Canby           97013    7/11/2011   1101033




Canby           97013    9/23/2011   1101472
Canby           97013    5/16/2011   1100702


Canby           97013     1/2/2011   1100015




Canby (CCD)     97013    4/26/2011   1100604




CANNON BEACH    97110   11/19/2011       271




Central Point   97502     6/2/2011   1102243




Central Point   97502    10/8/2011   1104257
Central Point   97502   12/15/2011   1105225




central point   97502   11/14/2011   1104793




Central Point   97502    6/24/2011   1102568
CENTRAL POINT   97502     4/6/2011   1101426




Central Point   97502   12/27/2011   1105381




Central Point   97502   10/31/2011   1104593




Cheshire        97419   11/22/2011   1102754
          Cheshire    97419   4/15/2011      1100841




Klamath   Chiloquin   97624    5/3/2011   1105030058




          Chiloquin   97624   2/25/2011      1101081




Klamath   Chiloquin   97624   2/25/2011   1102250045
City of the Dalles   97058   9/18/2011   1111786




City of the Dalles   97058   3/11/2011   1110473
City of the Dalles   97058   10/17/2011   1111967




CLACKAMAS            97015    1/18/2011   1100853
CLACKAMAS            97015    8/31/2011   1111887
CLACKAMAS   97015    4/14/2011   1104775




CLACKAMAS   97015    8/25/2011   1111554




CLACKAMAS   97015   10/26/2011   1114687




CLACKAMAS   97015     7/1/2011   1108649
CLACKAMAS   97015    8/29/2011   1111793
CLACKAMAS   97015     4/8/2011   1104531




CLACKAMAS   97015     8/5/2011   1110465




CLACKAMAS   97015   10/24/2011   1114576
CLACKAMAS   97015   10/27/2011   1114720




CLACKAMAS   97015   10/10/2011   1113914




CLACKAMAS   97015    8/11/2011   1110822
CLACKAMAS   97015   9/5/2011   1112153




CLACKAMAS   97015   4/8/2011   1104517
CLACKAMAS   97015   12/25/2011   1117639




CLACKAMAS   97015     8/2/2011   1110254
CLACKAMAS   97015   9/12/2011   1112536




CLACKAMAS   97015   1/20/2011   1100964




CLACKAMAS   97015    5/6/2011   1105824
           CLACKAMAS    97015   7/23/2011   1109802




           CLACKAMAS    97086   10/7/2011   1113751




           CLACKAMAS    97086    8/6/2011   1110505




           CLACKAMAS    97267   11/5/2011   1115191


Columbia   Clatskanie   97016    4/1/2011   1100232




Columbia   Clatskanie   97016    4/4/2011   1100240

Columbia   Clatskanie   97016   2/15/2011   1100112

Columbia   Clatskanie   97016   3/10/2011   1100174




Columbia   Clatskanie   97016   2/27/2011   1100149
Columbia   Clatskanie      97016   12/23/2011   1100906




Columbia   Clatskanie      97016     1/6/2011   1100015




Lane       Coburg          97408    2/19/2011     11034
           COLUMBIA CITY   97018    1/11/2011      2320
           COLUMBIA CITY   97018    4/18/2011     24014
           Coos Bay        97420    7/19/2011      1256




           Coos Bay        97420    5/16/2011       878




           Corbett         97019    7/24/2011    150150
           Cornelius       97113    9/24/2011   1101977
           Cornelius       97113    4/22/2011   1100777
CORNELIUS   97113     9/7/2011    864




CORVALLIS   97330    7/29/2011   3596
CORVALLIS   97330   11/26/2011   5704
CORVALLIS   97330     3/5/2011   1058
CORVALLIS   97330    12/3/2011   5817
CORVALLIS   97330    6/20/2011   2908
CORVALLIS   97330   11/18/2011   5568
CORVALLIS   97330     7/4/2011   3169
CORVALLIS   97330    6/20/2011   2922
CORVALLIS   97330    4/15/2011   1766
CORVALLIS   97330     1/7/2011    104
CORVALLIS   97330    2/20/2011    815
CORVALLIS   97330    6/21/2011   2939
CORVALLIS   97330     8/8/2011   3791
CORVALLIS   97330    7/17/2011   3414
CORVALLIS   97330    2/17/2011    770
CORVALLIS   97330     6/6/2011   2669
CORVALLIS   97330     3/9/2011   1115
CORVALLIS   97330    5/17/2011   2308
CORVALLIS   97330    7/28/2011   3591
CORVALLIS   97330     3/5/2011   1061
CORVALLIS   97330   12/23/2011   6148
CORVALLIS   97330     7/6/2011   3202
CORVALLIS   97331    3/11/2011   1159
CORVALLIS   97331    7/20/2011   3473
CORVALLIS   97331   10/19/2011   5029
CORVALLIS   97331    6/14/2011   2817
CORVALLIS   97333   11/14/2011   5518
CORVALLIS   97333    2/10/2011    643
CORVALLIS   97333     1/1/2011     11
CORVALLIS   97333    6/12/2011   2780
CORVALLIS   97333    2/26/2011    923
CORVALLIS   97333     8/7/2011   3768
CORVALLIS       97333   11/12/2011   5478
Cottage Grove   97424    5/26/2011   1104




Cottage Grove   97424   11/10/2011   2564
            Cottage Grove   97424   5/15/2011      1010




            Cottage Grove   97424   10/7/2011      2272




Jefferson   Culver          97734    6/7/2011




Polk        Dallas          97338   3/18/2011   1100083
Polk   Dallas   97338   11/14/2011   1100304


Polk   Dallas   97338    8/24/2011   1110195




Polk   Dallas   97338   11/22/2011   1110287




Polk   Dallas   97338    1/15/2011   1100018




Polk   Dallas   97338    7/11/2011   1110148




Polk   Dallas   97338     1/8/2011   1100011
Polk   Dallas   97338   11/19/2011   1110285




Polk   Dallas   97338   12/19/2011   1100336




Polk   Dallas   97338   12/19/2011   1100338




Polk   Dallas   97338    8/15/2011   1100224




Polk   Dallas   97338   12/21/2011   1100342
Polk   Dallas   97338   12/31/2011   1100353
Dallas     97378     5/9/2011   1100264




DAMASCUS   97089    8/23/2011   1111460

DAMASCUS   97089    6/10/2011   1107555




DAMASCUS   97089   11/29/2011   1116364




DAMASCUS   97089    2/13/2011   1101992
DAMASCUS   97089   10/22/2011   1114489




DAMASCUS   97089     2/7/2011   1101696


DAMASCUS   97089    7/21/2011   1109688




DAMASCUS   97089     6/7/2011       677
Damascus   97089    9/14/2011      1192




DAMASCUS   97089    5/19/2011   1106469




DAMASCUS   97089   11/29/2011      1542
          DAMASCUS      97089   10/27/2011      1388




          DAMASCUS      97089   10/27/2011   1114716




          Damascus      97089    6/10/2011       693




Yamhill   Dayton        97114    3/22/2011        87
Yamhill   Dayton        97114    3/22/2011        89
Yamhill   Dayton        97114     8/8/2011       251
          DEER ISLAND   97054    4/18/2011     23888
          Depoe Bay   97341    12/1/2011        562




          Depoe Bay   97341    9/14/2011        420




          Depoe Bay   97341    7/14/2011        306




Yamhill   Dundee      97115    9/24/2011   11000374
Yamhill   Dundee      97115   10/29/2011   11000441
Yamhill   Dundee      97115    1/11/2011   11000010
        EAGLE CREEK   97022    2/17/2011       180




        Eagle Point   97524     5/9/2011   1101906




        EAGLE POINT   97524    5/14/2011   1101995




        EAGLE POINT   97524   10/18/2011   1104403




Union   Elgin         97827    1/27/2011      1101




        Estacada      97023     1/2/2011        11
Estacada       97023    11/8/2011      1036




Eugene         97401     7/6/2011   1100709




Eugene         97401   10/17/2011     27951




Eugene         97401    4/22/2011     10444




Eugene     974010000    4/28/2011     10966
Eugene   974010000    9/29/2011   26225




Eugene   974010000   12/22/2011   33866


Eugene   974010000    9/15/2011   24829




Eugene   974010000    9/26/2011   25940




Eugene   974010000   11/18/2011   30787
Eugene   974010000    6/9/2011     14985




Eugene   974010000   2/26/2011      5274

Eugene   974010000   7/16/2011     18507

Eugene       97402   8/18/2011   1101780




Eugene       97402    3/2/2011      5694




Eugene       97402   5/22/2011     13290
Eugene       97402   6/16/2011   1101277
Eugene       97402   12/12/2011   33038




Eugene   974020000    9/15/2011   24859


Eugene   974020000    11/7/2011   29780

Eugene   974020000    7/12/2011   18170




Eugene   974020000    5/22/2011   13246




Eugene   974020000    6/16/2011   15615


Eugene   974020000     5/2/2011   11349
Eugene   974020000    4/20/2011   10278




Eugene   974020000    8/24/2011   22493

Eugene   974020000   11/10/2011   30083




Eugene   974030000    9/12/2011   24499
Eugene   974030000   12/21/2011   33804




Eugene   974030000    10/8/2011   27096




Eugene   974030000     3/6/2011    6086
Eugene   974030000   3/13/2011      6834




Eugene   974030000   3/13/2011      6783
Eugene       97404    9/7/2011   1102006




Eugene   974040000    6/3/2011     14330




Eugene   974040000   11/1/2011     29307

Eugene   974040000   11/1/2011     29310




Eugene   974040000   10/4/2011     26703




Eugene   974040000    3/3/2011      5812


Eugene   974040000   7/10/2011     17960

Eugene       97405   5/26/2011     13645
Lane   Eugene         97405    3/4/2011     7111


Lane   Eugene         97405   4/27/2011    12511

       Eugene     974050000   8/13/2011    21362




       Eugene     974050000   4/23/2011    10597




       Eugene     974080000   10/3/2011    26672




       Eugene     974080000    5/1/2011    11309




       Fairview       97024    3/3/2011     2454
       FAIRVIEW       97024   7/17/2011   253859
       Fairview       97024   2/26/2011     2293
       FAIRVIEW   97024    7/14/2011         253711
       FAIRVIEW   97024    6/21/2011         252703
       FLORENCE   97439    7/11/2011            181




Lane   Florence   97439    8/12/2011 F-137




       FLORENCE   97439    5/14/2011            122




       FLORENCE   97439   12/31/2011            353
FLORENCE   97439    5/6/2011   115




FLORENCE   97439   7/12/2011   184
Forest Grove   97116    1/6/2011   1100037




Forest Grove   97116   11/9/2011   1102350
Forest Grove   97116    9/16/2011   1101906




Forest Grove   97116   11/12/2011   1102375
Forest Grove   97116     6/5/2011   1101120




Forest Grove   97116     9/9/2011   1101853




Forest Grove   97116   10/23/2011   1102222
Forest Grove   97116   5/1/2011   1100844




Forest Grove   97116   3/4/2011   1100406
Forest Grove   97116    7/7/2011   1101357




FOREST GROVE   97116    7/7/2011       625
Forest Grove   97116   4/22/2011   1100778
            Forest Grove   97116    4/11/2011   1100690




Clatsop     Gearhart       97138    3/23/2011     11069


            Gervais        97026   11/27/2011   1101873


Clackamas   Gladstone      97027    8/31/2011   1100952


Clackamas   Gladstone      97027    7/11/2011   1100741




            GLADSTONE      97027    10/9/2011   1113858




Douglas     Glendale       97442    9/11/2011     11050




Douglas     Glendale       97442    9/11/2011     11050
Gleneden Beach   97388   8/10/2011       367




GOLD HILL        97525   8/18/2011   1101071




GOLD HILL        97525   1/29/2011   1100118
            Government Camp   97028   10/11/2011       610




            Grand Ronde       97347    4/11/2011   1100401




Josephine   Grants Pass       97526    6/26/2011   1106099
Josephine   Grants Pass   97526   11/21/2011   1111512




Josephine   Grants Pass   97526    12/8/2011   1112105
Josephine   Grants Pass   97526   6/21/2011   1105875




Josephine   Grants Pass   97526    2/9/2011   1101301




Josephine   Grants Pass   97526   3/14/2011   1102505
Josephine   Grants Pass   97526    12/9/2011   1112160




Josephine   Grants Pass   97526    9/16/2011   1109179




            Grants Pass   97526    10/3/2011      6338




Josephine   Grants Pass   97526     3/8/2011   1102250


Josephine   Grants Pass   97526   12/23/2011   1112604
Josephine   Grants Pass   97526   12/23/2011   1112604




Josephine   Grants Pass   97526    10/8/2011   1109969




Josephine   Grants Pass   97526    6/21/2011   1105887
Josephine   Grants Pass   97526   9/21/2011   1109378




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   4/15/2011   1103584




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   9/21/2011   1109368




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   1/21/2011   1100658
Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   2/11/2011   1101361




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   2/18/2011   1101633




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   2/22/2011   1101745
Josephine   Grants Pass   97527    7/25/2011   1107216




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527    2/24/2011   1101849




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527    7/13/2011   1106796




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   10/18/2011   1110323
Josephine   Grants Pass   97527    2/9/2011   1101301




Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   10/1/2011   1109730




            GRANTS PASS   97527   9/23/2011   1101263




            GRANTS PASS   97527   1/21/2011   1100093
Josephine   Grants Pass   97527   2/25/2011         1101881




Multnomah   Gresham       97019   7/24/2011 HM-03-11-0027




            Gresham       97030    4/8/2011            3780
            GRESHAM       97030   8/20/2011          255344
            GRESHAM       97030    8/8/2011          254791
            GRESHAM       97030    8/8/2011          254794
            GRESHAM       97030    5/1/2011          250590
            GRESHAM       97030   10/3/2011          257320
            GRESHAM       97030   6/26/2011          252914
            GRESHAM       97030   5/30/2011          251818
            GRESHAM       97030    5/9/2011          250946
            GRESHAM       97030   6/22/2011          252771
            GRESHAM       97030   9/30/2011          257184
            Gresham       97030    4/3/2011            3601
            Gresham       97030   1/29/2011            1139
            GRESHAM       97030   8/20/2011          255372
            Gresham       97030   4/10/2011            3849
            GRESHAM       97030    6/7/2011          252111
            GRESHAM       97030   11/5/2011          258705
            GRESHAM       97030   10/7/2011          257444
            Gresham       97030    1/9/2011             370
            GRESHAM       97030   8/17/2011          255255
            GRESHAM       97030   9/27/2011          257067
            Gresham       97030   4/12/2011            3926
            Gresham       97030   4/10/2011            3852
            Gresham       97030    3/2/2011            2433
            GRESHAM       97030    9/3/2011          256006
            Gresham       97030   2/11/2011            1650
            GRESHAM       97030   6/24/2011          252846
            GRESHAM       97030   9/21/2011          256807
            GRESHAM       97030   9/15/2011          256525
Gresham        97030     3/8/2011      2631
GRESHAM        97030    4/23/2011    250272
GRESHAM        97030    5/12/2011    251060
GRESHAM        97030     5/5/2011    250776
GRESHAM        97030   10/12/2011    257665
GRESHAM        97030    8/12/2011    254973
GRESHAM        97030    8/12/2011    254975
GRESHAM        97080    7/10/2011    150121
Gresham        97080    1/29/2011      1152
Gresham        97080    3/17/2011      2958
Gresham        97080   12/14/2011    260261
HAPPY VALLEY   97086     5/4/2011   1105718
HAPPY VALLEY   97086   7/29/2011   1110074




HAPPY VALLEY   97086    7/7/2011   1108994




HAPPY VALLEY   97266   11/1/2011   1114977


HAPPY VALLEY   97266    9/8/2011   1112323
         HAPPY VALLEY   97266   2/11/2011      1101889




         Harrisburg     97446   8/25/2011          261




Morrow   Heppner        97836   2/26/2011   2011000008
Hermiston   97838    9/1/2011   1102244




Hermiston   97838   8/17/2011   1102082
Hermiston   97838   12/21/2011   1103268




Hermiston   97838     9/9/2011   1102351
Umatilla   Hermiston   97838   9/9/2011 HM-10-11-0033




Umatilla   Hermiston   97838   9/9/2011 HM-10-11-0033
Umatilla   Hermiston   97838   11/27/2011 2011-2856




Umatilla   Hermiston   97838   11/27/2011 2011-2856




           Hermiston   97838   11/27/2011         1103011




           Hermiston   97838    12/6/2011         1103090
             Hermiston    97838   10/9/2011   1102599




             Hermiston    97838   3/16/2011   1100665




             Hermiston    97838   9/16/2011   1102384




             HILLSBORO    97123   1/15/2011      1823




             HILLSBORO    97124   5/18/2011     17288




             HILLSBORO    97124   9/12/2011     32789


Hood River   Hood River   97031    6/2/2011   1100026
             Hood River   97031   5/23/2011    251535
Hood River   97031   6/28/2011   1100606




Hood River   97031    3/4/2011   1100205
Hood River   97031   9/22/2011   1101014




Hood River   97031   4/12/2011   1100313




Hood River   97031    2/7/2011   1100117




Hood River   97031   4/16/2011   1100328
         Hood River   97031    5/2/2011   1100368




Marion   Hubbard      97032   8/26/2011     11203
Independence   97351   5/19/2011   1100759




Ione           97843   3/22/2011   1100762
Morrow    Ione           97843    3/24/2011 HM-10-11-0009




Union     Island City    97850    9/21/2011 11-200




Jackson   Jacksonville   97530   12/29/2011             431




Marion    Jefferson      97352    7/29/2011           11479
Wallowa   Joseph          97846     5/3/2011            2011009




Lane      Junction City   97448    8/25/2011 2011-788




Lane      Junction City   97448    11/8/2011 2011-1076

          KEIZER          97303   11/24/2011            1103243
Keizer   97303    5/12/2011   1101337




Keizer   97303    1/24/2011   1100241




KEIZER   97303   11/26/2011   1103255




Keizer   97303     7/3/2011   1101850




Keizer   97303    2/18/2011   1100508
Keizer   97303    4/29/2011   1101204




KEIZER   97303   10/15/2011   1102896




KEIZER   97303    11/3/2011   1103059




Keizer   97303    8/10/2011   1102226




Keno     97627    2/15/2011   1100849
Klamath Falls   97601   10/11/2011   1105744




Klamath Falls   97601    7/20/2011   1103873

Klamath Falls   97601    1/28/2011   1100525




Klamath Falls   97601     9/6/2011   1104966




Klamath Falls   97601    7/14/2011   1103774
Klamath Falls   97601    8/24/2011   1104670




Klamath Falls   97601    8/22/2011   1104610




Klamath Falls   97601   12/15/2011   1107085




Klamath Falls   97601    12/5/2011   1106886
          Klamath Falls   97601   4/3/2011   1101780




Klamath   Klamath Falls   97601   4/3/2011   1101780
Klamath Falls   97601   4/27/2011   1102277




Klamath Falls   97601    3/2/2011   1101189




Klamath Falls   97601   9/25/2011   1105404




Klamath Falls   97601   12/5/2011   1106893

Klamath Falls   97601   12/6/2011   1106910
Klamath Falls   97601    8/1/2011   1104123




Klamath Falls   97601   8/18/2011   1104521




Klamath Falls   97601   10/5/2011   1105627
Klamath Falls   97601    10/4/2011   1105590




Klamath Falls   97601    3/18/2011   1101501




Klamath Falls   97601    9/29/2011   1105491




Klamath Falls   97601   12/20/2011   1107187
Klamath Falls   97601   7/17/2011   1103816




Klamath Falls   97601    6/1/2011   1102938




Klamath Falls   97601   5/20/2011   1102720




Klamath Falls   97601   11/1/2011   1106206
Klamath Falls   97601    7/30/2011   1104081




Klamath Falls   97601    5/14/2011   1102609




Klamath Falls   97601   12/13/2011   1107032
Klamath Falls   97601   5/22/2011   1102742




Klamath Falls   97601   5/24/2011   1102795




Klamath Falls   97601   7/28/2011   1104034




Klamath Falls   97601   12/3/2011   1106852
Klamath Falls   97601   1/29/2011   1100539




Klamath Falls   97601   5/14/2011   1102599




Klamath Falls   97601   2/22/2011   1101013




Klamath Falls   97601    7/5/2011   1103578
Klamath Falls   97601    11/5/2011   1106284




Klamath Falls   97601   10/16/2011   1105865




La Grande       97850    10/8/2011   1102006

La Grande       97850    9/26/2011   1101910


La Grande       97850    3/31/2011   1100675
            La Grande     97850    8/19/2011    1101641




            La Grande     97850    4/21/2011    1100816




Deschutes   La Pine       97739    9/23/2011   11205816
Deschutes   La Pine       97739    9/23/2011   11205983
Deschutes   La Pine       97739   10/24/2011   11228075
Deschutes   La Pine       97739     4/9/2011   11071525
Yamhill     Lafayette     97127    7/14/2011        214
Yamhill     Lafayette     97127    10/1/2011    2011229
            Lake Oswego   97034     1/5/2011         50
Lake Oswego   97034   1/17/2011    172




Lake Oswego   97034   9/14/2011   2434




LAKE OSWEGO   97034    2/1/2011    307
LAKE OSWEGO   97034    2/23/2011    487




Lake Oswego   97034   12/22/2011   3387




Lake Oswego   97034   10/16/2011   2753
LAKE OSWEGO   97034   12/23/2011   3392




LAKE OSWEGO   97034     6/7/2011   1459




Lake Oswego   97034    5/10/2011   1208
Lake Oswego   97034    8/7/2011   2054




Lake Oswego   97034   1/21/2011    211
Lake Oswego   97034   5/14/2011   1252




Lake Oswego   97034   1/25/2011    247
Lake Oswego   97034   12/1/2011   3165




LAKE OSWEGO   97034   12/4/2011   3187
Lake Oswego   97034    1/4/2011     39




Lake Oswego   97034   8/11/2011   2104
Lake Oswego   97034     5/1/2011   1122




Lake Oswego   97035   10/27/2011   2860
Lake Oswego   97035    7/5/2011   1732




Lake Oswego   97035   6/30/2011   1681
LAKE OSWEGO   97035   2/23/2011   493




Lake Oswego   97035   1/22/2011   221
Lake Oswego   97035    7/2/2011   1694




Lake Oswego   97035   9/23/2011   2512
LAKE OSWEGO   97035   10/31/2011   2885




Lake Oswego   97035   11/16/2011   3022
LAKE OSWEGO   97035    8/15/2011   28802




LAKE OSWEGO   97035   11/10/2011   40378
Clackamas   Lake Oswego   97035   11/10/2011 09-2011-0040




            Lake Oswego   97035    3/29/2011                 817




            Lebanon       97355    7/27/2011                2639
Linn   Lebanon   97355   11/27/2011   115819




Linn   Lebanon   97355   11/27/2011   115819
       Lebanon   97355   11/27/2011              4251




Linn   Lebanon   97355   11/27/2011 05-11-0042




       Lebanon   97355    9/19/2011              3395
       Lebanon   97355    8/15/2011              2889
Lebanon   97355    8/11/2011   2842




Lebanon   97355   11/15/2011   4099
Lebanon   97355   12/15/2011   4455

Lebanon   97355    2/11/2011    490




Lebanon   97355     3/8/2011    835
          Lebanon        97355    6/2/2011      1914




          Lebanon        97355   8/11/2011      2839

Lincoln   Lincoln City   97367    6/2/2011   1100724


Lincoln   Lincoln City   97367   6/24/2011   1100832

Lincoln   Lincoln City   97367   7/27/2011   1101040




Lincoln   Lincoln City   97367   8/20/2011   1101182




Lincoln   Lincoln City   97367    9/2/2011   1101257
Lincoln     Lincoln City   97367    3/22/2011   1100369




Lincoln     Lincoln City   97367    4/17/2011   1100496




Tillamook   Manzanita      97130    12/4/2011     11198




Lane        Marcola        97454   11/12/2011   1112011
            MCMINNVILLE    97128     7/9/2011     38281
MCMINNVILLE   97128   6/28/2011   35983




MCMINNVILLE   97128   6/18/2011   33850


MCMINNVILLE   97128   4/25/2011   22708
MCMINNVILLE   97128    5/10/2011   25503




MEDFORD       97501    4/22/2011    2450




Medford       97501   10/26/2011    6854




Medford       97501   12/26/2011    8247

MEDFORD       97501     1/9/2011     174
Medford   97501   10/18/2011   6655




Medford   97501   10/23/2011   6767




MEDFORD   97501     9/1/2011   5588




Medford   97501    7/11/2011   4310
MEDFORD   97501   10/28/2011   6887




Medford   97501    8/18/2011   5271




MEDFORD   97501    3/21/2011   1746




MEDFORD   97501    5/14/2011   2957




MEDFORD   97501     4/7/2011   2151
Medford   97501    7/10/2011   4299




Medford   97501   10/14/2011   6578




Medford   97501     6/1/2011   3343




MEDFORD   97501    4/27/2011   2549




Medford   97501     8/5/2011   4949


Medford   97501   12/25/2011   8212
Jackson   Medford   97504   2/16/2011 2011-013




          Medford   97504   10/7/2011            6422




          MEDFORD   97504   2/16/2011            1000
Medford   97504    12/9/2011   7810




Medford   97504    5/27/2011   3264




Medford   97504   10/19/2011   6677




MEDFORD   97504   12/23/2011   8166
MEDFORD   97504     4/9/2011   2198




Medford   97504   12/17/2011   8029




MEDFORD   97504    2/27/2011   1235




MEDFORD   97504     4/7/2011   2130




Medford   97504     6/1/2011   3341




Medford   97504     8/5/2011   4940




Medford   97504     6/7/2011   3488
MEDFORD   97504   10/7/2011   6428




MEDFORD   97504   4/20/2011   2400




Medford   97504    8/8/2011   5009




Medford   97504   7/15/2011   4434




MEDFORD   97504    1/7/2011    132
           Medford            97504    6/27/2011              3978




           Medford            97504    7/16/2011              4459




Umatilla   Milton-Freewater   97862    4/29/2011 11-0253




Umatilla   Milton-Freewater   97862    4/29/2011 2011-014
           MILWAUKIE          97222    3/18/2011          1103560


           MILWAUKIE          97222    3/29/2011           1104074




           MILWAUKIE          97222   10/28/2011           1114758
MILWAUKIE   97222   10/15/2011   1114189




MILWAUKIE   97222    10/8/2011   1113783




MILWAUKIE   97222     3/1/2011   1102760




MILWAUKIE   97222     4/2/2011   1104264
MILWAUKIE   97222    9/11/2011   1112511




MILWAUKIE   97222    4/20/2011   1105080




MILWAUKIE   97222   11/18/2011   1115818




MILWAUKIE   97222    5/11/2011   1106061

MILWAUKIE   97222    5/11/2011    251039
MILWAUKIE   97222   10/12/2011   1113987
MILWAUKIE   97222   12/7/2011   1116752




MILWAUKIE   97267    7/4/2011   1108822




MILWAUKIE   97267   12/4/2011   1116625




MILWAUKIE   97267   9/16/2011   1112765




MILWAUKIE   97267    2/4/2011   1101601
MILWAUKIE   97267    1/29/2011   1101343




MILWAUKIE   97267   10/21/2011   1114442




MILWAUKIE   97267   11/28/2011   1116317




MILWAUKIE   97267    4/10/2011   1104606




MILWAUKIE   97267    7/10/2011   1109131




MILWAUKIE   97267     9/7/2011   1112275




MILWAUKIE   97267    2/13/2011   1101982
            MILWAUKIE   97267   2/11/2011         1101892




            MILWAUKIE   97267   5/26/2011         1106828




            MILWAUKIE   97267   10/6/2011         1113718




            Molalla     97038    4/3/2011              497
CLACKAMAS   MOLALLA     97038   6/10/2011 2011-123
            Molalla     97038   8/31/2011             1350
            Monmouth    97361   5/11/2011          1100706
          Monmouth              97361    6/8/2011   1100883




Benton    Monroe                97456   8/24/2011   2011199
Marion    Mount Angel           97362   3/19/2011     11095


          Mount Hood-Parkdale   97041   9/14/2011   1100111




          Mulino                97042   9/15/2011      1448
Douglas   Myrtle Creek          97457   6/19/2011   1100123
Douglas   Myrtle Creek          97457   1/23/2011   1100015
Douglas   Myrtle Creek          97457   5/20/2011   1100103
DOUGLAS   MYRTLE CREEK          97457    4/8/2011   1100072
Douglas   Myrtle Creek          97457   1/16/2011   1100013
Douglas   Myrtle Creek          97457   3/29/2011   1100068

Yamhill   Newberg               97132   9/29/2011    Nov-55
Yamhill   Newberg   97132   10/15/2011             Nov-66




Yamhill   Newberg   97132    5/24/2011 11-1648




Yamhill   Newberg   97132   10/27/2011             Nov-06




Yamhill   Newberg   97132     6/4/2011           11000172
Yamhill   Newberg   97132     9/9/2011           11000346
Yamhill   Newberg   97132    8/15/2011
          Newberg   97132     1/6/2011            1100074




          Newberg   97132    1/14/2011            1100146




          Newberg   97132    3/16/2011            1100840
          Newberg   97132    3/6/2011           1100726




          Newberg   97132    3/3/2011           1100691




          Newberg   97132   1/29/2011           1100314




          Newberg   97132    3/3/2011           1100697




Yamhill   Newberg   97132    6/4/2011 11-1766




Yamhill   Newberg   97132   4/23/2011 11-1271
Yamhill   Newberg   97132    9/25/2011           Nov-10




Yamhill   Newberg   97132     4/5/2011 11-1059




Yamhill   Newberg   97132    8/25/2011 HM09-11-0035




Yamhill   Newberg   97132    5/24/2011 11-1639




Yamhill   Newberg   97132   10/12/2011           Nov-38
Yamhill   Newberg   97132   7/12/2011           Nov-62




Yamhill   Newberg   97132   6/30/2011           Nov-87




Yamhill   Newberg   97132    6/3/2011 11-1755
             Newberg        97132    2/10/2011        1100426




Lincoln      Newport        97365    6/12/2011         110540
Lincoln      Newport        97365    11/1/2011         111138
Lincoln      Newport        97365   12/19/2011         111348


Lincoln      Newport        97365    9/20/2011          110959
Lincoln      Newport        97365    5/23/2011          110459
Lincoln      Newport        97365     6/3/2011          110497
Coos         North Bend     97459    7/28/2011 10708-11




Washington   North Plains   97133   12/21/2011        1117469
Washington   North Plains   97133    9/23/2011        1117357




Washington   North Plains   97133    2/27/2011        1117066




Malheur      Nyssa          97913    3/21/2011           6942
Malheur      Nyssa          97913    10/1/2011          27503
Malheur      Nyssa          97913    3/26/2011           7387
Malheur   Ontario   97910   1/8/2011 HM14-0001-211
Malheur   Ontario   97914   9/12/2011     110034




Malheur   Ontario   97914   11/4/2011   11420111
OREGON CITY   97004    7/26/2011   1109931




Oregon City   97045    3/23/2011      3191
OREGON CITY   97045    8/12/2011   1110879




OREGON CITY   97045     7/9/2011   1109076




OREGON CITY   97045   10/10/2011   1113907
OREGON CITY   97045   10/12/2011   1114004




OREGON CITY   97045    3/10/2011   1103142

OREGON CITY   97045    5/13/2011   1106163




OREGON CITY   97045    5/16/2011   1106292




OREGON CITY   97045    1/31/2011   1101437




OREGON CITY   97045     8/2/2011   1110274




OREGON CITY   97045   12/23/2011   1117570

OREGON CITY   97045    1/22/2011   1101042


OREGON CITY   97045    4/14/2011   1104784
OREGON CITY   97045   9/10/2011   1112409




OREGON CITY   97045   7/18/2011   1109539




OREGON CITY   97045    5/9/2011   1105939
OREGON CITY   97045   11/25/2011   1116212




OREGON CITY   97045    4/23/2011   1105211




OREGON CITY   97045    3/20/2011   1103683




OREGON CITY   97045    4/19/2011   1105000




OREGON CITY   97045    9/15/2011   1112693
OREGON CITY   97045   11/1/2011   1114999




OREGON CITY   97045   6/30/2011   1108587




OREGON CITY   97045    7/1/2011   1108650
OREGON CITY   97045   10/4/2011   1113633




Oregon City   97045    7/1/2011   1100972
OREGON CITY   97045   8/25/2011   1111563




OREGON CITY   97045   6/14/2011   1107734
OREGON CITY   97045    6/5/2011   1107332


OREGON CITY   97045   6/30/2011   1108554




OREGON CITY   97045   6/16/2011   1107845




OREGON CITY   97045   1/15/2011   1100732
          OREGON CITY   97045    9/18/2011   1112858




Lincoln   Otis          97368     4/5/2011   1100439


Lincoln   Otis          97368     7/4/2011   1100904

Lincoln   Otis          97368   12/10/2011   1101682


          Pendleton     97801    5/15/2011   1100984
          Pendleton     97801    7/30/2011   1101521
Benton    Philomath     97370    7/28/2011   5340112
Benton   Philomath   97370    7/25/2011   5340108




Benton   Philomath   97370   12/12/2011   5340193




Benton   Philomath   97370     2/6/2011   5340013
Jackson   Phoenix   97535   9/8/2011   110032




Jackson   Phoenix   97535   9/8/2011   110032




          Phoenix   97535   9/8/2011     5745
Jackson     Phoenix         97535    1/20/2011   1100100

Jackson     Phoenix         97535    2/10/2011   1100222




Jackson     Phoenix         97535    3/10/2011   1100380




Jackson     Phoenix         97535    11/2/2011   1101901




Lane        Pleasant Hill   97455    9/21/2011     11192




            PORTLAND        97124     9/5/2011     31695




            PORTLAND        97202   10/26/2011   1114682


Multnomah   Portland        97203    8/23/2011
Multnomah   Portland        97203    8/23/2011     12345
Multnomah   Portland   97203   8/15/2011        20110000




Multnomah   Portland   97203   8/15/2011        20110000




Multnomah   Portland   97203   8/15/2011        20110000




Multnomah   Portland   97203   2/18/2011 HM06-11-0003
Multnomah   Portland   97203   2/18/2011 HM06-11-0003




Multnomah   Portland   97203   10/5/2011




Multnomah   Portland   97203    3/1/2011 HM06-11-0004
Multnomah   Portland   97203    3/1/2011 HM06-11-0004




Multnomah   Portland   97203   8/23/2011          1234567
Multnomah   Portland   97203   11/1/2011 2011-2672




Multnomah   Portland   97203    2/9/2011 FP11007200


            PORTLAND   97206   1/26/2011         1101221
MULTNOMAH   PORTLAND   97206   5/11/2011 HM-03-11-0020




            PORTLAND   97206   3/31/2011         1104169




            PORTLAND   97206    4/1/2011         1104231
PORTLAND   97206   11/17/2011   1115794




PORTLAND   97206     2/1/2011   1101451




PORTLAND   97206    3/28/2011   1104028




PORTLAND   97206    5/11/2011   1106057
Multnomah   Portland   97217    7/26/2011




Multnomah   Portland   97217    7/26/2011




Multnomah   Portland   97217   12/29/2011 HM07-110045
Multnomah   Portland   97220   4/19/2011 rp110050451




MULTNOMAH   PORTLAND   97221   6/15/2011 HM06-11-0022




            PORTLAND   97221   6/15/2011           20826
PORTLAND   97222   7/13/2011   1109278




PORTLAND   97225    6/7/2011     19919




PORTLAND   97225   3/26/2011     10559
PORTLAND   97225    6/3/2011   19290




PORTLAND   97225   4/15/2011   12866




PORTLAND   97225    3/2/2011    7617




PORTLAND   97225   6/21/2011   21606




PORTLAND   97225   7/12/2011   24386
PORTLAND   97225   1/29/2011    3587




PORTLAND   97225   6/20/2011   21380




PORTLAND   97225   5/13/2011   16632
PORTLAND   97229    4/1/2011   11281




PORTLAND   97229   1/19/2011    2303




PORTLAND   97229    8/6/2011   27537
PORTLAND   97229    3/9/2011    8564




PORTLAND   97229   7/19/2011   25207


PORTLAND   97229   2/11/2011    5100




PORTLAND   97229   6/24/2011   21970
PORTLAND   97229    2/18/2011      6024




PORTLAND   97229     4/3/2011     11499




Portland   97230    3/15/2011      2875
Portland   97230    3/27/2011      3345
PORTLAND   97230   12/11/2011   3102065
PORTLAND   97230   12/11/2011   3102098
Portland   97230    9/22/2011    256855
Portland   97230    8/23/2011    255530
Portland   97230   11/13/2011    259050
Portland   97230    2/17/2011      1917
Multnomah   Portland   97231   5/10/2011 06-11-0019




Multnomah   Portland   97239   2/17/2011 fp11008838
Multnomah   Portland     97239   2/17/2011 fp11008838




            Prineville   97754   4/22/2011         1100611




            Prineville   97754   10/4/2011         1101665




            Prineville   97754    7/3/2011         1101039




            Prineville   97754   10/5/2011         1101671
            Prineville   97754    3/14/2011   1100382




            Prineville   97754    3/14/2011   1100383




            RAINIER      97048    1/13/2011      2694
Deschutes   Redmond      97756     9/7/2011   1142919




Deschutes   Redmond      97756   11/15/2011   1143707


Deschutes   Redmond      97756   10/22/2011   1143441




Deschutes   Redmond      97756    8/19/2011   1142674

Deschutes   Redmond      97756     2/2/2011   1140326
Deschutes   Redmond      97756     7/8/2011   1142184
Deschutes   Redmond      97756    1/11/2011   1140108
Deschutes   Redmond       97756   5/10/2011   1141423




Deschutes   Redmond       97756   6/24/2011   1141970


            ROGUE RIVER   97537    2/2/2011   1100138




            ROGUE RIVER   97537    1/7/2011   1100031
          Roseburg   97470    3/11/2011   1100836




Douglas   Roseburg   97470    9/24/2011   1109884




          Roseburg   97470     8/5/2011   1102734




          Roseburg   97470    3/14/2011   1100886




Douglas   Roseburg   97470   10/22/2011   1110893
Douglas   Roseburg   97470     3/9/2011   1102427




          Roseburg   97470   12/12/2011   1104420




          Roseburg   97470     3/1/2011   1100719




          Roseburg   97470   11/22/2011   1104156
Roseburg   97470    7/2/2011   1102288




Roseburg   97470   3/23/2011   1101011




Roseburg   97470   6/24/2011   1102167




Roseburg   97470   3/10/2011   1100822
          Roseburg   97470   1/29/2011   1100367




Douglas   Roseburg   97470    3/1/2011   1102147




Douglas   Roseburg   97470   3/24/2011   1102978




          Roseburg   97471   5/26/2011   1101796
Douglas   Roseburg   97471     7/7/2011   1106723




          Roseburg   97471     3/7/2011   1100787




Douglas   Roseburg   97471    10/1/2011   1110122




Douglas   Roseburg   97471   11/20/2011   1111940
           Roseburg         97471    2/23/2011    1100637




           Roseburg         97471     9/6/2011    1103168




           Roseburg North   97471    1/11/2011    1100138




           Roseburg North   97471   11/27/2011    1104211




COLUMBIA   SAINT HELENS     97051     1/1/2011   10081109


           Salem            97301    2/26/2011    1100311
Marion   Salem   97301   3/31/2011 HM13-11-0010




Marion   Salem   97301   3/31/2011         1100087


Marion   Salem   97301   6/30/2011 HM13-11-0025




Marion   Salem   97301   4/26/2011 HM13-11-0017
           Salem       97305    2/23/2011         1100780
           Salem       97305   10/28/2011         1104803
           Salem       97305    3/14/2011         1101089
           Salem       97305    5/24/2011         1102163
           Salem       97305   11/18/2011         1105126
           Salem       97305   10/25/2011         1104763
           Salem       97305   10/27/2011         1104794
           Salem       97305    3/23/2011         1101230
           Salem       97305    7/12/2011         1103003
           Salem       97305    5/27/2011         1102198
           Salem       97305   11/30/2011         1105299
           Salem       97305    10/5/2011         1104467
           Salem       97305    2/20/2011         1100742
Marion     Salem       97383    9/22/2011 HM13-11-0036




COLUMBIA   SCAPPOOSE   97056   12/13/2011       11084197




Columbia   Scappoose   97056     4/9/2011       11021920




Columbia   Scappoose   97056    7/14/2011       11045908


Columbia   Scappoose   97056     4/8/2011       11021648
Clatsop     Seaside    97138   2/24/2011    110101


Clatsop     Seaside    97138    4/8/2011    110204

Clatsop     Seaside    97138   3/16/2011    110148

Clatsop     Seaside    97138    1/8/2011    110013
Clatsop     Seaside    97138    5/8/2011    110271

Clatsop     Seaside    97138   3/11/2011    110137

Clatsop     Seaside    97138    2/8/2011    110062

Clatsop     Seaside    97138   7/13/2011    110446


Clatsop     Seaside    97138   5/10/2011    110280

Josephine   Selma      97538   7/29/2011   1100681




            Sheridan   97378   7/30/2011   1100573
Sheridan   97378    7/13/2011   1100518




SHERWOOD   97140    6/28/2011     22478




SHERWOOD   97140    7/16/2011     24825




SHERWOOD   97140   12/12/2011     44445




SHERWOOD   97140   12/12/2011     44395
SHERWOOD   97140     2/2/2011    4072




SHERWOOD   97140   11/28/2011   42652




SHERWOOD   97140    12/3/2011   43274
          SHERWOOD    97140   3/14/2011             9091




Lincoln   Siletz      97380    7/7/2011 1107-1458




          Silverton   97381   10/7/2011              741




          Silverton   97381   7/10/2011              470

          Silverton   97381   2/23/2011              143
          Silverton   97381   3/23/2011              214

          Silverton   97381   3/26/2011              221

          Silverton   97381   8/14/2011              567




          Silverton   97381   3/17/2011              204




          Silverton   97381   7/15/2011              485
Deschutes   Sisters       97759   8/29/2011   1170580




Deschutes   Sisters       97759   7/29/2011   1170475

Lincoln     South Beach   97366   1/15/2011    110046
            Springfield   97404   3/11/2011      6546


            Springfield   97477   3/11/2011      6526
Springfield   974770000    9/19/2011   25194




Springfield   974770000    6/16/2011   15604




Springfield   974770000   12/25/2011   34141




Springfield   974770000    6/14/2011   15470
Springfield   974770000     2/7/2011    3544
       Springfield   974770000    9/22/2011   25554




LANE   SPRINGFIELD       97478    2/20/2011   21111
       Springfield   974780000    1/19/2011    1737




       Springfield   974780000    7/19/2011   18792


       ST. HELENS        97051    1/15/2011    3052
       ST. HELENS        97051    6/17/2011   38381
       ST. HELENS        97051   10/23/2011   72585
       ST. HELENS        97051     2/8/2011    8259
       ST. HELENS        97051    8/20/2011   56358
       ST. HELENS        97051    3/25/2011   18318
       ST. HELENS        97051     5/2/2011   27056
       ST. HELENS        97051     3/4/2011   13485
Umatilla   Stanfield   97875   11/16/2011 HM-10-11-0041




Umatilla   Stanfield   97875   11/16/2011 HM-10-11-0041




Umatilla   Stanfield   97875   11/16/2011         1100180
            Stanfield   97875   11/16/2011    1102935
            Stayton     97383    9/22/2011        615




            Stayton     97383     7/1/2011        386
Deschutes   Sunriver    97707   10/18/2011   11224059




Deschutes   Sunriver    97707   12/31/2011   11274114


Deschutes   Sunriver    97707    9/18/2011   11201333
Douglas   Sutherlin   97479    2/6/2011   1101270




Douglas   Sutherlin   97479   6/17/2011   1105979




Douglas   Sutherlin   97479   2/19/2011   1101745




Douglas   Sutherlin   97479   8/12/2011   1108201
          TALENT    97540   11/30/2011      3234
Jackson   Talent    97540     6/8/2011   1100906




Jackson   Talent    97540    4/25/2011   1100643




Linn      Tangent   97389    8/16/2011    113918
Linn   Tangent      97389   8/10/2011 HM-05-11-0029




Linn   Tangent      97389   9/27/2011 11-171

       The Dalles   97058   6/21/2011          1111192
THE DALLES   97058   8/31/2011   1111675




The Dalles   97058    7/2/2011   1111260
The Dalles   97058   8/29/2011   1111663




TIGARD       97008   8/14/2011     28646




TIGARD       97223   3/11/2011      8784




Tigard       97223   2/24/2011       500
TIGARD       97223    4/1/2011     11255


TIGARD       97223   6/23/2011     21873
TIGARD   97223     2/5/2011    4421




TIGARD   97223   12/18/2011   45202




TIGARD   97223     3/5/2011    8005




TIGARD   97223   12/19/2011   45360
TIGARD   97223   7/16/2011   24799




TIGARD   97223   1/10/2011    1210
TIGARD   97223    3/30/2011   11036




TIGARD   97223    7/12/2011   24369




TIGARD   97223   10/20/2011   37730




TIGARD   97223    1/21/2011    2552
TIGARD   97224    9/16/2011   33242




TIGARD   97224   11/18/2011   41386




TIGARD   97224    1/13/2011    1598
TIGARD   97224   9/14/2011   32980




TIGARD   97224    4/3/2011   11457




TIGARD   97224   1/20/2011    2445




TIGARD   97225    5/2/2011   15110
Tillamook   97141    6/17/2011   2011242




Troutdale   97060    2/27/2011      2327
TROUTDALE   97060    11/9/2011    258872
TROUTDALE   97060   11/15/2011    259124
TROUTDALE   97060     7/6/2011    253381
TROUTDALE   97060    5/26/2011    251675
TUALATIN    97062    7/21/2011     25468




TUALATIN    97062   10/31/2011     39064




TUALATIN    97062    5/25/2011     18170
            TUALATIN   97062     1/1/2011                130




Clackamas   Tualatin   97062   10/31/2011 HM09-11-0038
           TUALATIN        97062     2/3/2011             4128




           TUALATIN        97140    8/26/2011            30326




Marion     Turner          97392    11/5/2011 11-522


Marion     Turner          97392    9/11/2011 11-431

Marion     Turner          97392    11/1/2011 11-515
Marion     Turner          97392    8/19/2011 11-389


Marion     Turner          97392     8/3/2011 11-361


Marion     Turner          97392   11/20/2011 11-542


           Unlisted City   97000    6/28/2011           252994
Columbia   Vernonia        97064     7/6/2011          1107228

Columbia   Vernonia        97064     9/5/2011          1109325


Columbia   Vernonia        97064    9/26/2011          1109356
Columbia   Vernonia    97064    4/30/2011   1104160


Columbia   Vernonia    97064    3/12/2011   1103104

           Waldport    97394    3/19/2011   1100219




           WARREN      97053   10/19/2011     71650
           WARREN      97053     7/7/2011     43899
           WEST LINN   97068   10/24/2011     38222




           WEST LINN   97068    5/19/2011     17352
WEST LINN   97068   3/27/2011   10685




WEST LINN   97068   1/21/2011    2591




WEST LINN   97068   9/28/2011   34929
WEST LINN     97068     1/9/2011      1096




WEST LINN     97068    1/16/2011      1930




White City    97503     6/3/2011   1102259


White City    97503    1/19/2011   1100284


White City    97503    8/16/2011   1103405




white city    97503    6/30/2011   1102664




Willamina     97396   12/27/2011   1101486




WILSONVILLE   97070     9/3/2011     31478




WILSONVILLE   97070    6/18/2011     21215
WILSONVILLE   97070   3/21/2011    9919




WILSONVILLE   97070    1/6/2011     694




WILSONVILLE   97070   11/2/2011   39348




WILSONVILLE   97070   12/3/2011   43260
          WILSONVILLE   97070    3/11/2011            8732




          WILSONVILLE   97070     5/3/2011           15240




          WILSONVILLE   97070   10/18/2011           37474




Douglas   Winston       97496    7/25/2011 11-0941
Douglas     Winston        97496     3/3/2011           1102226




Douglas     Winston        97496    3/24/2011 11-0385




Josephine   Wolf Creek     97497     2/7/2011       201101227




Josephine   Wolf Creek     97497    10/8/2011       201109972

            Wood Village   97060    3/22/2011              3145
            Wood Village   97060    4/11/2011              3887
            Woodburn       97071    10/8/2011           1101609


            Woodburn       97071    6/29/2011           1100994




            Woodburn       97071   11/20/2011           1101821

            Woodburn       97071     1/9/2011           1100048


            Woodburn       97071    11/7/2011           1101760
Woodburn   97071    4/17/2011   1100563

Woodburn   97071     8/7/2011   1101228

Woodburn   97071    11/6/2011   1101759




Woodburn   97071    5/13/2011   1100694




Woodburn   97071    11/5/2011   1101754




Woodburn   97071   12/29/2011   1102042




Woodburn   97071    5/23/2011   1100759
Woodburn   97071     8/3/2011   1101201




Woodburn   97071    6/29/2011   1100997




Woodburn   97071    3/11/2011   1100379

Woodburn   97071   10/17/2011   1101651


Woodburn   97071   11/11/2011   1101782




Woodburn   97071     2/9/2011   1100199
Lincoln   Yachats   97498   9/7/2011 F-159




          YCTY      97128   6/2/2011         30206
Incident Street Prefix   Incident Street Number   Incident Street Name   Incident Street Type
                                                  Springhill             DR




                                                  Clay                   ST




SE                                                Three Lakes            RD




                                                  Albany                 AVE
          Grand Prairie   AVE




NW   1188 22nd            AVE




     1382 Grand Ridge     DR
SE   1820 Pine Meadow   DR




SE   2845 Santiam       HWY




SE    300 Harrison      ST
SW   3415 Pacific          BLVD




NW    537 Shannon          DR




NW    621 hickory          ST
          Waverly          DR




NE   3700 knox butte       RD




SE    950 Airport          RD


          Old Salem Road   RD
     3065 Malachi          WAY
Highway 19




               74 HWY




INTERSTATE 5     FWY
           3RD                      ST
           HARGADINE                ST
           I - 5 S.B. mile post 6




           I - 5 S.B. mile post 6




           INTERSTATE 5 NB
           NORMAL                   AV
           VISTA                    ST
           WINDSOR                  ST
     102   GARFIELD                 ST
     102   GARFIELD ST 25
    1118   SISKIYOU                 BL
     113   HILLCREST                ST
    1144   IOWA                     ST
    1401   OREGON                   ST
     153   GRANITE                  ST
     192   VAN NESS AVE #4
N    260   1ST                      ST
E    275   MAIN                     ST
     310   OAK                      ST
S    391   MOUNTAIN                 AV
     424   HELMAN                   ST
     509   SCENIC                   DR
     531   FAIRVIEW                 ST
     555   MAPLE                    WAY
     555   SISKIYOU                 BLVD
      60   SHAMROCK                 LN
     645   GLENWOOD                 DR
     668   ROCA                     ST
     678   SISKIYOU                 BL
     681   GLENWOOD                 DR
     789   INDIANA                  ST
     799   CAPELLA                  CIR
     904   HILLVIEW                 DR
14TH   ST




34TH   ST




34TH   ST




9TH    ST
         Commercial   ST




    1184 Commercial   ST




W    122 Klaskanine   AVE




      16 Spruance     RD




     200 11TH         ST
      200 Nehalem       AVE




      645 Marine        DR




W      66 Bond          ST




    10605 WALDO HILLS   DR
     9531 SHAFF         RD
     99E        HWY




21497 Hwy 99E
21690 Dolores   WAY
NW   12858 Jarvis   PL
NW   12858 Jarvis   Pl




S      450 Main     ST


S      640 Main     ST
         0 Canyon off Ramp   Hwy

SW   12375 Walker            Rd




SW   12925 Canyon            Rd




SW   13715 Walker            Rd
SW   13910 Walker    Rd




SW   14095 Walker    Rd




SW   14185 Furlong   Way
SW   5275 Lombard               Ave




     5330 141st                 Ave




SW   9875 Beaverton Hillsdage   Hwy
SW   Alexander and 170th




SW   Jenkins               Rd
SW         Jenkins               Rd




           SW 185th/SW Blanton




SW       0 Jenkins               Rd

SE   15570 Jenkins               Rd
SW   15570 Jenkins   RD
SW   16300 Estuary        DR




NW   17010 Gables Creek   Ln




SW   17470 Beaver         Ct
                 178 TV Hwy                   Hwy




SW             19090 Johnson                  St




NW   Cornell         Bethany                  Blvd




                     Murray Schools

SW                 0 TV HWY and Murray        Blvd


                   0 Murray Blvd at Scholls   Blvd
SW                  0 Blanton   St
SW              15971 Noah      Ln




SW              19130 Jaylee    St




SW              19555 blanton   St




SW               3608 209th     Ave




SW               5430 195th     Ave




     SW 209th         TV        Hwy
SW         GREENWAY




SW         Scholls Ferry   Rd




SW   12550 Hart            Rd




SW    5920 Elm             Ave
SW         6120 124th           Ave




SW         9812 Dapplegrey      Loop




     Hwy        Hwy 217         Hwy




N                            217 Hwy
SW    1845 Wynwood       Ave




NW     945 BOND          ST
           EMPIRE        AVE
SE     105 HEYBURN       ST
NW    1473 LEWIS         ST
NW    1568 GALVESTON     AVE
NW    1806 AWBREY        RD
     20437 CADY          WAY
     21356 PELICAN       DR
NW     224 HILL          ST
NE     256 FRANKLIN      AVE
NE    3071 WEDDELL       RD
NE    3241 BAIN          ST
NE   62065 NATES         PL
     62980 BOYD ACRES    RD
N    62980 HWY 97 #GAS
NW     701 17TH          ST
NW     750 LAVA          RD
NW     926 ROANOKE       AVE
           SB Parkway    PKY
NW    1352 Elgin         ST
NW    1928 SAGINAW       AVE
     20364 SONATA        WAY
     60256 NAVAJO        RD
     60949 SNOWBRUSH     DR
S    61180 HWY 97
S    61221 HWY 97
S    61535 HWY 97
Cottonwood   RD
18 Cultus       LN




 3 Vine Maple   LN
SE        HWY 212




SE   13280 BOBBY BRUCE   LN




SE   14280 268TH         CT
SE   18500 AMISIGGER     RD




SE   19009 BARTON PARK   RD




SE   19009 BARTON PARK   RD




          Memory         LN
           Constitution   RD




     17490 Tribur         LN




N      211 Broadway       ST
       999 Riverside      DR

NW   30380 Hwy 47
S          Barnards       RD


N          Juniper        ST




S    10946 New Era        RD
S    1109 Berg          PKY




NE   1200 Territorial   RD




S     455 Manzanita     CT
NW    488 6th           AVE


NW    734 3rd           AVE




SE   1312 14th          ST




N     251 HEMLOCK       ST




     1259 E. Pine St




E    1600 PINE          ST
 211 CORCORAN   LN




2195 SAGE       RD




2619 RABUN      WAY
    3770 KIRTLAND     RD




N     43 FRONT        ST




     555 FREEMAN      RD




                    36 HWY
22501               36 HWY




        Chiloquin        BLVD




38111               97




38111 HWY 97             HWY
E   1411 14th     ST




E   2428        11 ST
     919 pomona   ST




SE      82ND      DR
SE      82ND      DR
SE   HUBBARD     RD




SE   HWY 212




SE   HWY 212




SE   PINEGROV    LOOP
SE   SUNNYSIDE   RD
SE        SUNNYSIDE   RD




SE   11735 BROYLES    CT




SE   12550 93RD       AVE
SE   15059 OREGON TRAIL   DR




SE   15059 OREGON TRAIL   DR




SE   15251 142ND          AVE
SE   15301 92ND      AVE




SE   15490 JOHNSON   RD
SE   15901 82ND   DR




SE   16002 82ND   DR
SE   16081 98TH   AVE




SE   16504 82ND   DR




SE   16900 82ND   DR
SE   9950 LAWNFIELD       RD




SE   8500 SUNNYSIDE       RD




SE   9000 SUNNYSIDE       RD




SE   8431 OAK ACRES       CT


                        47 HWY




NW       5th              RD

                        30 HWY

         Beaver Falls     RD




N        Nehalem          ST
    16901 Howard         DR




E     220              30 HWY




E   32910 pearl          ST
     1800 8TH            ST
     2340 6TH            ST
          2nd            CT




S     200 2nd            ST




          I84 FWY AT
N    1800 BARLOW         ST
N     220 ADAIR          ST
     2200 BASELINE         ST




NW          HIGHWAY 99W    HWY
NW   1030   WALNUT         BLVD
NW   1050   5TH            ST
NW   1065   CHARLEMAGNE    PL
NW   1110   FILLMORE       AVE
NE   1245   3RD            ST
NW   2335   KINGS          BLVD
NW    235   MONROE         AVE
NW   2350   PROFESSIONAL   DR
NW    245   3RD            ST
NW   2660   FILLMORE       AVE
NW   2965   GLENRIDGE      DR
NW    327   13TH           ST
NW   3344   SATINWOOD      ST
NW    419   26TH           ST
NW    440   ELIZABETH      DR
NW   4950   FAIR OAKS      DR
NW    617   LINDEN         AVE
NE    750   CIRCLE         BLVD
NW    777   KINGS          BLVD
NW    777   KINGS          BLVD
NW    922   CIRCLE         BLVD
SW          CAMPUS         WAY
SW          WESTERN        BLVD
SW   2000   MONROE         AVE
SW    830   30TH           ST
SW          26TH           ST
SW          3RD            ST
SW   1680   3RD            ST
SW   2620   MORRIS         AVE
SW    349   4TH            ST
SW   5270   PHILOMATH      BLVD
SW   659 JEFFERSON   AVE
E        MAIN        ST




     1205 HWY 99
               125 GATEWAY    BLVD




    MP 179.5      I-5




E                 Ellendale   AVE
E         Ellendale      AVE


          Hwy 223




S         Kings Valley   HWY




SW        Mill           ST




     1175 Perrydale      RD




W    1401 Ellendale      AVE
     17585 Gardner    RD




SW     185 Levens     ST




SW     185 Levens     ST




SW    2421 Oakwood    DR




SE     300 LaCreole   DR
SE     457 LaCreole   DR
     17255 Beck      RD




SE         222ND     DR

SE         HWY 212




SE         HWY 212




SE         NORTH     CT
S         SPRINGWATER   RD




SE        TILLSTROM     RD


SE   17330 TONG         RD




SE   17500 232ND        DR
SE   18625 TILLSTROM   RD




SE   18860 CARMEL      DR




SE   20200 HWY 212
SE   22675 NAOMI            DR




SE   22675 NAOMI            DR




SE   23200 HWY 212          DR




SE   16855 Unionvale        RD
SE   16855 Unionvale        RD
SE   17810 Wallace          RD
           COLUMBIA RIVER   HWY
N    1113 Hwy 101




SE     15 Ainslee        AVE




     3913 Summit Ridge   CIR




N     109 99W            HWY
SE   1242 MAPLE          ST
N    1410 99W            HWY
SE   22968 FILBERT   RD




W      217 MAIN      ST




       261 Loto      ST




S        5 SHASTA    AVE




           Hwy 82




NW     380 WADE      ST
NW    825 WADE            ST




          Spencer Creek   RD




E       0 17th            Ave




        0 Brackenfern     Rd




     1021 Hilyard         St
1059 Willamette   St




  11 Coburg       Rd


1365 Victorian    Way




1870 Oak          St




3338 Lakeside     Dr
  940 Country Club     Rd




  941 Pearl            St

  999 Willamette       St

                     99 HWY




    0 Bethel           Dr




    0 River            Rd
29322 Airport          RD
      410 River       Ave




     1395 Hwy 99N


     1820 Roosevelt   Blvd

W    2370 11th        Ave




      272 Van Buren   St




    29318 Airport     Rd


W    3900 1st         Ave
     530 Blair    Blvd




    5411 Royal    Ave

     855 Seneca   Rd




E   1350 25th     Ave
E   1425 13th        Ave




    2195 Riverview   St




    2300 Parkside    Ln
E   3713 14th       Ave




E   3713 14th       Ave
         Beltline   HWY




     110 Marion     Ln




    2090 River      Rd

    2090 River      Rd




     420 River      Rd




     527 Bushnell   Ln


     591 Irving     Rd

W      0 6th        Ave
     34956 Seavey         LOOP


E     4000 30th           AVE

W     2330 28th           Ave




      3827 Kevington      Ave




N     3003 Delta          Hwy




      3454 Honeywood      St




NE         FAIRVIEW       AV
NE         WOOD VILLAGE   BLVD
NE   20800 SANDY          BV
NE   2229 203RD        AVE
NE   2716 205TH




                    101 HWY




          BAY          ST




     4648 PACIFIC      AVE
1368 11TH          ST




4099 Highway 101
     16TH         AVE




SW   BLUE HERON   DR
    MAIN        ST




1446 PRIMROSE   LN
2137 COLLEGE   WAY




2300 SUNSET    DR




2327 B         ST
2836 PACIFIC   AVE




3831 PACIFIC   AVE
3839 PACIFIC      AVE




3839 PACIFIC      AVE
 606 WATERCREST   RD
NW   7780 HIGHWAY 47




      571 Nita Ave


      775 Grove        AVE


          82ND DR


          MCLOUGHLIN   BLVD




SE   17050 GURNEE      AVE




      677 PACIFIC      AVE




      677 PACIFIC      AVE
    7135 Neptune       AVE




     205 ROGUE RIVER   HWY




N   4876 RIVER         RD
E    89700 Little Trail




            HWY 18




NE          Hillcrest     DR
NE   111 MILL   ST




SE   137 H      ST
NE   1404 10TH    ST




     1515 clara   AVE




SE   1560 N       ST
     1700 VERDE           LN




NW   1806                6 ST




     1879 WILLIAMS        HWY




     2167 Stringer Gap    RD


     2800 Highland        AVE
     2802 HIGHLAND   AVE




NE   336 C           ST




SW   605 Westholm    AVE
NW   935 STARLITE   PL




         DOWELL     RD




         REDWOOD    HWY




SW       4TH        ST
NE   7TH       ST




SW   HARVEST   DR




SE   M         ST
    PARKWAY RIVER BRIDGE




    Redwood                HWY




1101 GRANTS PASS PARKWAY




1400 ROGUE RIVER           HWY
1515 CLARA          AVE




 275 Fruitdale      DR




7001 ROGUE RIVER    HWY




 773 SAVAGE CREEK   RD
SW     966 6TH                  ST




E            I-84




SE                           176 AV
NE           181ST               AVE
NE           181ST               AVE
NE           181ST               AVE
SE           182ND               AVE
NE           HOGAN               DR
SW           PLEASANT VIEW       DR
E            POWELL              BLVD
SE           STARK               ST
NE     117   ROBERTS
SE    1465   MAPLE               LOOP
NE   16201   HALSEY              ST
NE    1710   CLEVELAND           AV
NE   17830   DAVIS               ST
SE   17836   CLAY                ST
NE   18456   WILKES              RD
SE   19068   CARUTHERS           ST
SE   19240   STARK               ST
NE    2234                   164 AV
SW    2301   PLEASANT VIEW       DR
SE   26000   STARK               ST
W     2711   POWELL              BV
SE    2790   POWELL VALLEY       RD
NE    2807   RENE                AV
SW     301   4TH                 ST
SE     317   ELLIOTT             AV
NE    3500   17TH                ST
NE    3668   DIVISION            ST
NW      39   3RD                 ST
SE    4001              182 AV
NE    4077   2ND            ST
NW     505   BURNSIDE       RD
SE    5307   16TH           DR
NW     779   COUNCIL        DR
NW     990   EASTMAN        PKWY
NW     990   EASTMAN        PKWY

SW                      23 ST
SE   16923 DAHLQUIST       RD
SW     215 Wallula         AVE
SE         132ND           AVE
SE   10396 HILLSIDE   CT




SE    8850 SPENCER    DR




SE         82ND       AVE


SE         82ND       AVE
SE   9350 82ND    AVE




     985 Azalea   ST




NE   660 Elder    ST
    Hwy 395




N   Hwy 74    HWY
W     250 Beebe              AVE




    77870 Hermiston-Hinkle   RD
77870 Hermiston-Hinkle   RD




77870 Hermiston-Hinkle   RD
    78035           207 HWY




    78035           207 HWY




S   78035 HWY 207      HWY




N   78368 Loop         RD
              80470 Sagebrush     RD




S               810 Hwy 395




     MP 182         I-84          FWY




SE             1901 24th          Ave




NW            18675 Tanasbourne   Dr




NW            19400 Evergreen     Pky


                    Erck Hill     DR
Cascade               AVE




Interstate 84 MP 63
1151 May      ST




1406 Taylor   AVE




1617 A        ST




 210 State    ST
2700 Wasco     ST




3954 Pacific   HWY
1082 MONMOUTH   ST
    mp 3/4         Ely Canyon             RD




             62272 Evergreen              RD




W                  California             ST




                   I-5 SB 241 Rest Area
         Paul Chevron




W        6th            AVE




W   1225 17th           AVE

         Stadium        DR
1023 Swingwood   DR




 337 Garland     WAY




3393 River       RD




3608 Cherry      AVE




5090 10th        AVE
 5264 7th         AVE




 5306 Arcade      AVE




  640 Arleta      PL




  930 Chemawa     RD




12490           66 HWY
    11th                        ST




    3116 Indpendance

S   6th                         ST




    S. 6th / Avalon




    Washburn Way/Hilyard Ave.
10227 WRIGHT       AVE




1310 CALIFORNIA    AVE




1377 MORNINGSIDE   LN




1500 DERBY         ST
1585 OAK   AVE




1585 OAK   AVE
1639 MCCLELLAN   DR




1920 ARTHUR      ST




1991 VAN NESS    ST




 216 GENTILE     ST

 216 GENTILE     ST
2233 RECLAMATION   AVE




229 HIGH           ST




2338 WIARD         ST
2425 SUMMERS    LN




2655 SHASTA     WAY




 320 MICHIGAN   AVE




3207 HILYARD    AVE
 424 ADAMS          ST




4304 ANDERSON       AVE




4420 BARRY          DR




4519 COOPERS HAWK   RD
4522 EL CERRITO     WAY




4629 GREENSPRINGS   DR




4806 SUMMERS        LN
4858 LOMBARD      DR




5011 COTTAGE      AVE




5080 LAURELWOOD   DR




5106 ANKENY       ST
5280 GOLDEN    CT




5810 CHEYNE    AVE




615 WASHBURN   WAY




7654 ANDREW    DR
N            919 ELDORADO     AVE




    MP272                   97 HWY




                Adams         AVE

                Greenwood     ST


            1308 Penn         AVE
     1706 K              AVE




     2407 R              AVE




    51370   Hwy 97
    51370   Hwy 97
    51490   Hwy 97
    51670   Huntington   RD
E    1055   15th         ST
E     255   4th          ST
            1ST          ST
5TH      ST




8TH      ST




BRYANT   RD
    LAKERIDGE   DR




  12 DOVER      WAY




1227 ASH        ST
1235 MCVEY        AVE




14640 UPLANDS     DR




1484 BONNIEBRAE   DR
15848 SPRINGBROOK   CT




16160 PARELIUS      CIR
17602 BLUE HERON    DR




2040 RIDGE POINTE   DR
2810 DELLWOOD   DR




3909 BASS       LN
 54 WILBUR   ST




611 STATE    ST
870 TERRACE     DR




   ROYAL OAKS   DR
13414 64TH        AVE




15808 FIR GROVE   CT
16044 BOONES FERRY   RD




18269 TAMAWAY        DR
3589 SPRING     LN




4464 LAKEVIEW   BLVD
  55 KINGSGATE   RD




5685 CHARLES     CIR
SW   6405 Bonita      Rd




        7 st helens   Cir
 71 tanglewood   DR




 95 TANGLEWOOD   DR




100 RUSSELL      DR
1001 Reeves   PKY




1001 Reeves   PKY
1001 REEVES           PKY




1001 Reeves Parkway




 121 CEDAR            ST
1600 FRANKLIN         ST
W     176 C            ST




N     185 SANTIAM      HWY
S     301 WILLIAMS     ST

    30700 SAND RIDGE   RD




    34759 BOND         RD
     37901 WEIRICH   DR




       900 VAUGHAN   LN

SW    1123 51st      ST


NE    1920 72nd      ST

NE    2035 66th      ST




NE    3989 Johns     AVE




NE    4048 Hwy 101
NE    4422 West Devils Lake        BLVD




SW    6436 Fleet                   AVE




           Classic




     39107 Hileman                 RD
NE         3RD ST // NE GALLOWAY   ST
NE   1200 BAKER     ST




NE   1600 17TH      ST


N    2741 HWY 99W
SW   410 BROCKWOOD   AVE




        BELLINGER    LN




W       MAIN         ST




E       MCANDREWS    RD

        ROSE         AV
    1401 CLEARWATER        DR




    1519 THOMAS            RD




    2576 TABLE ROCK RD 1   RD




N   2684 PACIFIC           HW
W    28 6TH        ST




    292 PEEBLER    WY




W    31 6TH        ST




S   383 COLUMBUS   AV




    411 NEWTOWN    ST
     506 ARNOLD        LN




N    524 GRAPE         ST




    6378 PIONEER       RD




      72 CLOVER        LN




     725 TAWN CHEREE   DR


     823 KING          ST
Airport Rd




COKER BUTTE   RD




CRATER LAKE   AV
    HILLCREST        RD




1111 CRATER LAKE     AV




1151 STEVENS         ST




1800 POPLAR DR #22
E   2130 JACKSON       ST




     220 MARIPOSA      TER




    2300 POPLAR        DR




    2364 POPLAR        DR




    2466 MEADOWCREEK   DR




    2471 REPUBLIC      WY




    2977 SECKEL        ST
    3101 MCLOUGHLIN    DR




    3155 MARIGOLD      LN




S   3502 VILLAGE       DR




    4118 HEMLOCK       LN




     622 CRATER LAKE   AV
     673 MARKET        ST




     700 CRATER LAKE   AV




        cemetery




N    311 Main          ST
SE       32ND          AVE


SE      71ST           AVE




SE      FULLER         RD
SE   10107 BELL       AVE




SE   10117 STANLEY    AVE




SE   12582 LINWOOD    AVE




SE    2925 HARRISON   ST
SE   4103 INTERNATIONAL   WAY




SE   4214 HARRISON        ST




SE   5001 JOHNSON CREEK   BLVD




SE   5001 JOHNSON CREEK   BLVD

SE   5001 JOHNSON CREEK
SE   6433 LAKE            RD
SE   6542 LAKE          RD




SE        JENNINGS      AVE




SE        MCLOUGHLIN    BLVD




SE        WEBSTER       RD




SE   14211 MCLOUGHLIN   BLVD
SE   14373 MCLOUGHLIN   BLVD




SE   14700 MCLOUGHLIN   BLVD




SE   15157 MCLOUGHLIN   BLVD




SE   15225 LINDEN       LN




SE   15911 WALLACE      RD




SE   16803 MCLOUGHLIN   BLVD




SE    4501 ROETHE       RD
SE   4608 INA        AVE




SE   4913 HILL       RD




SE   7922 SPORRI     LN




           CENTER    AV
       112 Grange    AVE
S    16975 HWY 211
      1756 MADRONA   ST
       345 Monmouth                   AVE




W                                   99 HWY
         1 Abbey                       DR


      4780 Hwy 35




S    14484 ALDER CREEK                LN
           I-5 MP #109 SOUTHBOUND     FWY
       333 RUCKLES                    DR
NW     425 SECOND                     ST
NW     425 SECOND                     ST
NE     449 WAITE                      ST
NE     959 JOHNSON                    ST

          Church                      ST
N    College          ST




     Dayton           AVE




     Schaad           RD




N    SPRINGBROOK      RD
     Villa            RD

NE                 219 HWY




NE   Chehalem         DR




N    College          ST
         North Valley   RD




         Portland       RD




         Sitka




S   1014 Pacific        ST




N   1103 Springbrook    RD




    1505 Portland       RD
NE   16550 Chehalem      DR




NE   17185            219 HWY




      2211 Portland      RD




      2514 Portland      RD




      2900 Portland      RD
E   401 1st   ST




E   414 1st   ST




W   415 5th   ST
E     507 first        ST




NE        3rd          ST
NW     35 NYE          ST
NW    426 COAST        ST


SE    567   vista      ST
NE    732   Douglas    ST
SW    754   Coast      HWY
     2250   16th




NW          hwy-26
NW          Sunset     HWY




NW          25th       AVE




          Hwy 201      HWY
      117 Thunderegg   BLVD
N     716 2nd          ST
US 95 MP 34
3910 Saddlehorn   LN




 602 stanton      BLVD
S   15800 SISTERS       WAY




          5TH           ST




          7th           ST




          BEAVERCREEK   RD
S   HWY 213




    HWY 213

    I205 FY SB




    John Adams




    MOLALLA      AVE




    RAILROAD     AVE




S   REDLAND      RD

    REDLAND      RD


    SOUTH END    RD
     WASHINGTON   ST




 114 MCCARVER     AVE




11791 WHITE       LN
12375 FISHERMANS    WAY




12375 FISHERMANS    WAY




13257 FORTUNA       CT




  140 BELLEVUE      AVE




14155 BEAVERCREEK   RD
1809 MOLALLA   AVE




1839 MOLALLA   AVE




1839 MOLALLA   AVE
1839 MOLALLA      AVE




1839 Molalla      AVE
1900 MCLOUGHLIN   BLVD




19278 REDDAWAY    AVE
S   19380 NELSON    LN


    19392 VINCENT   DR




    19526 MOLALLA   AVE




    19701 HWY 213
S           21015 MOSSY ROCK    CT




            1300 Salmon River   HWY


N             55 Yodel          LN

N             76 Trout          LN


NW           314 JOHNS          LN
     MP 8        I-84
                 Hwy 20         HWY
     2054 Applegate    ST




S     217 23rd         ST




    24515 Highway 20   HWY
S   100 C   ST




S   100 C   ST




S   100 C   ST
               251 VALLEY VIEW         RD

N             3345 Phoenix             RD




N             3345 Phoenix             RD




     MP 23         INTERSTATE 5        FWY




             36417 Brand S             RD




NW            5218 Shoreline           Way




SE            8880 11TH                AVE




                   1500 SE 122ND AVE
SW   1111 10th street




SW   1111 10th street




SW   1111 10th street




N    2301 Columbia      BLVD
N    2301 Columbia                BLVD




SW   3710 US Verterans Hospital   RD




SE   3955 112th
SE              3955 112th




     55 sw as
NE              6701 Prescott   ST




SE               726 Grand      AVE


SE                   82ND       AVE
SE   5001 Johnson Creek   BLVD




SE   5807 WEST FORK       AVE




SE   5823 JOHNSON CREEK   BLVD
SE   6451 JOHNSON CREEK   BLVD




SE   6920 FIR             AVE




SE   8570 58TH            DR




SE   8781 55TH            AVE
N   10510 Vancouver   WAY




N   10510 Vancouver   WAY




N    9000 denver      AVE
NE   1056            110 AVE




SW   6149 Shattuck      RD




SW   6149 shattuck      Rd
     SPRINGWATER   CORR




SW   113th         Ave
SW         Canyon     Rd




           HWY 217




SW   10280 Park       Way




SW   11235 Muirwood   Dr




SW    2720 89TH       Ave
SW         7900 Broadmoor      Ter




SW         9450 Barnes         Rd




     hwy                    217 Hwy
NW         128th      Ter




NW   10625 Flotoma    Dr




NW    1260 Saltzman   Rd
NW   17354 Lapaloma   Ln




NW    4650 kAISER     Rd


NW    4768 Bethany    Blvd




NW    5598 183RD      Ave
NW               739 94th               Ter




NW   Central           153rd            Ter




SE                                   170 AV
NE                                   181 AV
SE             16100   STARK             ST
SE             16100   STARK             ST
NE             17320   GLISAN            ST
NE              1919   181ST             AVE
NE               220   165TH             AVE
SW              3181   SAM JACKSON       PKWY
NW        St. Helens Rd./ Cornelius Pass   HWY




SW   3181 Sam Jackson                      RD
SW   3181 Sam Jackson   RD




NW   1000 10TH          ST




SE   10298 SUNDOWN      LN




SE    150 WILLIAMSON    DR




NE   1717 3RD           ST
SE    415 6TH        ST




SE    498 LYNN       BLVD




W     211 2ND        ST
SW        Juniper    AVE




S    1313 Canal      BLVD


SW   1379 15th       ST




SW   1501 Highland   AVE

SW   1611 metolius   AVE
NW   2380 dogwood    AVE
NW    322 7th        ST
NW   6725 Larch   DR




NE    969 7th     ST


      121 PINE    ST




      141 CEDAR   ST
NE   1054 CEDAR       ST




      114 POTEET      AVE




SE   1400 BLK BOOTH   AVE




NE   1661 STEPHENS    ST




     1703 FISHER      RD
     190 OLIVIA          LN




NE   200 GARDEN VALLEY   BLVD




SE   205 JACKSON         ST




NW   3400 EDENBOWER      BLVD
NE             423 BOSTON   ST




SE             509 OAK      AVE




SE   600 BLK      MOSHER    AVE




SE             730 CASS     AVE
SE             834 FLINT            ST




N             8843                99 HWY




S    MP 116          I-5            FWY




NW            2700 STEWART PARK     WAY
    3737 Melrose    RD




W    375 HARVARD    AVE




     421 CHANDLER   DR




    4601 CARNES     RD
W      621 MADRONE          ST




W      631 UNION            ST




NW    2880 STEWART          PKY




NW     708 WOODWILLOW       DR




     64001 Columbia River   HWY


           RIVER            RD
1857 State    ST




1857 State    ST


 765 14th     ST




 955 Center   ST
       125   Sturges     LN
       275   Lancaster   DR
       283   Butte       CT
      3333   Ward        CT
      3545   Osborn      AV
      4078   Beverly     AV
       455   36th        AV
      6022   Sunnyview   RD
      6505   Lakeside    DR
      8805   Portland    RD
      8865   Portland    RD
      9200   State       ST
      9655   Portland    RD
E     2800   Santiam     RD




SE   33558 Havlik        DR




SE   33818 LOIS          LN




SE   33907 Davona        DR


     50350 Cowen         RD
        1ST & NECANICUM            AVE


        500 blk. BROADWAY

        FOOD BANK @ ROOSEVELT

S   1215 HOLLADAY
    1703 12TH                      AVE

S   2500 ROOSEVELT

     26 A                          AVE

    300 BROADWAY


S   430 HOLLADAY

    110 Deer Creek                 RD




        500 Block Yamhill Street
     16525 Gopher Valley                RD




SW         King Richard                 Ct




SW         Pacific                      Hwy




SW       0 Tulatin Sherwood at Oregon   St




SW   14200 Tualatin Sherwood            Rd
SW   14200 Tualatin Sherwood   Rd




SW   16956 Meinecke            Rd




SW   20945 Pacific             Hwy
SW   23010 william        Ave




NE     402 Park           DR




           HOBART         RD




           SILVERTON      RD

      1300 CRESTVIEW      DR
S     1307 WATER          ST

       165 CAMBRIDGE      AVE

       170 WOOD DUCK      ST




E      209 MAIN           ST




      4381 SILVER FALLS   DR
       200 SPUR OF USFS 1505    RD




       Hwy 20

SE     SPORTSMAN TRAILER PARK
     0 Beltline                 Rd


     0 Beltline                 Rd
1333 1st       St




1807 Olympic   St




1807 Olympic   St




2145 31st      St
2525 Olympic   St
     3148 Gateway            St




    90333 Sunderman          RD
S     221 52nd               Pl




     6585 Main               St


            DEER ISLAND      RD
        1   COUNTY DOCKS
S     275   13TH             ST
     2774   COLUMBIA         BLVD
    30805   PITTSBURG        RD
    31750   PITTSBURG        RD
    35530   MILLARD          RD
N     500   COLUMBIA RIVER   HWY
S   2115 HWY 395   HWY




S   2115 HWY 395   HWY




S   2115 Hwy 395
S     2115 Hwy 395
E     2800 SANTIAM      ST




SE     390 CHURCH       ST
         5 Lava Butte   LN




     57570 Indian       LN


         6 Broken Top   LN
     121 PONDEROSA    DR




NE   121 SECOND       AVE




     1807 MONTCLAIR   DR




     347 OPAL         ST
    1017 CRIMSON      CT
     104 New          ST




W   600 Valley View   RD




        Meadow Wood   ST
      Meadow Wood   ST




34300 I-5 N

 1112 Blakely       ST
W   1407 6th ST




W   1919 Scenic   DR
     5267 Mill Creek Rd




SW   9000 Washington Square             Rd




                                     217 Hwy




            72ND                        AVE
            Tiedeman and Greenburg


        0                            217 Hwy
         0 Pacific Hw / McDonald   St




SW   11465 Pacific                 Hwy




SW   12265 walnut                  St




N      291 Interstate 5            Fwy
SW   6590 Oleson   Rd




SW   7175 78th     Ave
SW        7185 Ventura             Dr




SW        7850 Dartmouth           St




SW        7895 Hunziker            St




     SW        Garden Home/Olsen   Rd
SW   14259 100th        Ave




SW   16625 Royalty      Pkwy




SW    7267 Bridgeport   Rd
SW   7800 Durham       Rd




SW   8660 Greensward   Ln




SW   9855 PEMBROOK     St




SW   8900 Verrmont     Ct
N    2500 Main                           AVE




NW        257TH                          AVE
NW        MARINE                         DR
NW   2575 GRAHAM                         CIR
SW   3191 CORBETH                        LN
          I 205 NB




         I5 NB




         SW Martinazzi Ave / SW Sagert
SW   11055 Industrial     Way




N      288 Interstate 5   FWY
SW    4660 CHUNUT              Ct




SW   18850 Cipole              Rd




            I-5 MP 247 SB


      6303 Mill Creek          RD

      7085 Battle Creek        RD
      7790 Marion              RD


      7832 Squirrel Hill       RD


      7871 Marion              RD


            JEFFERSON COUNTY
            Weed               AVE

      1302 Cherry              ST


     16650 Arctic              WAY
  380 Louisana             AVE


  919 bridge               ST

      HWY 34




33550 BLAHA                RD
34397 HILL                 CT
      Suncrest / Gallery




 1344 14th                 St
SW    1961 MOSSY BRAE    Rd




     22770 Tendril       Ln




      4242 Terra Vista   Ct
      4705 Coho             Ln




      5665 Hood             St




      3383 COREY            RD


       620 ANTELOPE         RD


      7918 DIVISION         RD




      8445 KYRA             LN




           Hwy 18 @ mp 23




SW   25410 95th             Ave
SW   27300 Parkway       Ave




SW   28499 Boberg        Rd




SW   28855 Boone Ferry   Rd




SW    8255 Wilsonville   Rd
SW        9215 Barber    St




SW        9699 Barber    St




     I5        I5        Hwy




           241 Timothy   ST
S              50 HULT        ST




               90 Sherry      ST




N            1183 frontage    RD




     mm75         I-5         FWY

              123 BIRCH       AV
NE          22401 GLISAN      ST
N                 4th         ST


                  5th         ST




                  Hermanson   ST

W                 Lincoln     ST


                  Mt. Hood    AVE
      Newberg     HWY

  115 Arney       LN

11850 Chateau     DR




 1440 Silverton   AVE




 1475 Mt. Hood    AVE




 1553 Walton      WAY




 1630 Park        AVE
             2251 Country Club    TER




             3002 Stacy Allison   WAY




              375 Oak             ST

              849 Blaine          ST


N             893 Pacific         HWY




    MP 274        Interstate 5    NB
    381 Keller Creek   RD




S   9889 HWY 99W
Incident Street Suffix   Incident State   Service Name   County
                         OR               ALBANY FD




                         OR               ALBANY FD




                         OR               ALBANY FD




                         OR               ALBANY FD
     OR   ALBANY FD




     OR   ALBANY FD




NW   OR   ALBANY FD
     OR   ALBANY FD




SE   OR   ALBANY FD




     OR   ALBANY FD
     OR   Hazmat Team 5




     OR   ALBANY FD




NW   OR   ALBANY FD
SE   OR   ALBANY FD




     OR   ALBANY FD




     OR   ALBANY FD


NE   OR   JEFFERSON RFPD
NE   OR   JEFFERSON RFPD
OR   NORTH GILLIAM CO RFPD




OR   NORTH GILLIAM CO RFPD




OR   Hazmat Team 10




OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5




OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   ASTORIA F&R




OR   ASTORIA F&R




OR   ASTORIA F&R




OR   ASTORIA F&R




OR   ASTORIA F&R
OR   ASTORIA F&R




OR   ASTORIA F&R




OR   ASTORIA F&R




OR   ASTORIA F&R




OR   ASTORIA F&R
     OR   ASTORIA F&R




     OR   ASTORIA F&R




     OR   ASTORIA F&R




SE   OR   AUMSVILLE RFPD
SE   OR   AUMSVILLE RFPD
OR   HUBBARD RFPD




OR   AURORA RFPD
OR   AURORA RFPD
OR   Hazmat Team 14
OR   Hazmat Team 9
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   BANKS FIRE DIST #13


OR   BANKS FIRE DIST #13
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R

OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R

OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   Hazmat Team 9
OR   Hazmat Team 9




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R

OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R


OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   BEND FD
OR   SUNRIVER FD
OR   SUNRIVER FD




OR   SUNRIVER FD
OR   BORING FIRE DIST




OR   BORING FIRE DIST




OR   BORING FIRE DIST
OR   BORING FIRE DIST




OR   BORING FIRE DIST




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   BROOKINGS F&R
    OR   BROOKINGS F&R




    OR   BROOKINGS F&R




N   OR   BURNS FD
    OR   BURNS FD

    OR   BANKS FIRE DIST #13
    OR   CANBY RFPD


    OR   CANBY RFPD




    OR   CANBY RFPD
OR   CANBY RFPD




OR   CANBY RFPD




OR   CANBY RFPD
OR   CANBY RFPD


OR   CANBY RFPD




OR   CANBY RFPD




OR   CANNON BEACH RFPD




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3
OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3
OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   LANE RURAL F/R
    OR   LANE RURAL F/R




    OR   CHILOQUIN-AGENCY LK RFPD




N   OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




N   OR   CHILOQUIN-AGENCY LK RFPD
OR   MID-COLUMBIA F&R




OR   MID-COLUMBIA F&R
OR   MID-COLUMBIA F&R




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1


OR   CLATSKANIE RFPD




OR   CLATSKANIE RFPD

OR   CLATSKANIE RFPD

OR   CLATSKANIE RFPD




OR   CLATSKANIE RFPD
OR   CLATSKANIE RFPD




OR   CLATSKANIE RFPD




OR   COBURG RFPD
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COOS BAY F&R




OR   COOS BAY F&R




OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R
OR   CORNELIUS FD




OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   CORVALLIS FD
OR   SOUTH LANE COUNTY F&R




OR   SOUTH LANE COUNTY F&R
    OR   SOUTH LANE COUNTY F&R




S   OR   SOUTH LANE COUNTY F&R




    OR   THREE RIVERS FIRE DISTRICT




    OR   DALLAS FD
SE   OR   DALLAS FD


     OR   SW POLK CO RFPD




     OR   SW POLK CO RFPD




     OR   DALLAS FD




     OR   SW POLK CO RFPD




     OR   DALLAS FD
OR   SW POLK CO RFPD




OR   DALLAS FD




OR   DALLAS FD




OR   DALLAS FD




OR   DALLAS FD
OR   DALLAS FD
OR   SHERIDAN FD




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1

OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1


OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   BORING FIRE DIST
OR   BORING FIRE DIST




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   BORING FIRE DIST
OR   BORING FIRE DIST




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   BORING FIRE DIST




OR   DAYTON FIRE DISTRICT
OR   DAYTON FIRE DISTRICT
OR   DAYTON FIRE DISTRICT
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   DEPOE BAY RFPD




OR   DEPOE BAY RFPD




OR   DEPOE BAY RFPD




OR   DUNDEE FD
OR   DUNDEE FD
OR   DUNDEE FD
OR   BORING FIRE DIST




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   ELGIN RFPD




OR   ESTACADA RFD #69
OR   ESTACADA RFD #69




OR   LANE CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS
OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS


OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS
OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS

OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS

OR   LANE RURAL F/R




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS
OR   LANE RURAL F/R
OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS


OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS

OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS


OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS
OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS

OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS
OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS
OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY
OR   LANE RURAL F/R




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS

OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS


OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS

OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS
OR   GOSHEN FIRE DIST


OR   GOSHEN FIRE DIST

OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS




OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   SIUSLAW VALLEY F&R




OR   YACHATS RFPD




OR   SIUSLAW VALLEY F&R




OR   SIUSLAW VALLEY F&R
OR   SIUSLAW VALLEY F&R




OR   SIUSLAW VALLEY F&R
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R




OR   FOREST GROVE F&R
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R




OR   FOREST GROVE F&R
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R




OR   FOREST GROVE F&R




OR   FOREST GROVE F&R
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R




OR   FOREST GROVE F&R
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R




OR   CORNELIUS FD
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R
OR   FOREST GROVE F&R




OR   GEARHART VOL FD


OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST


OR   GLADSTONE FD


OR   GLADSTONE FD




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   GLENDALE RFPD




OR   GLENDALE RFPD
OR   DEPOE BAY RFPD




OR   ROGUE RIVER RFP




OR   ROGUE RIVER RFP
OR   HOODLAND FIRE DIST 74




OR   WEST VALLEY FIRE DIST




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY
OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY
OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   RURAL METRO FD




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY
OR   RURAL METRO FD




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   RURAL METRO FD


OR   RURAL METRO FD
OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY
OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY
OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY
OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   RURAL METRO FD




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY
OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   ROGUE RIVER RFP




OR   ROGUE RIVER RFP
OR   GRANTS PASS DEPT PUBLIC SAFETY




OR   Hazmat Team 3




OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1


OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
     OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




     OR   HARRISBURG FIRE & RESCUE




NE   OR   HEPPNER FD
OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS




OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS
W   OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS




    OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS
OR   Hazmat Team 10




OR   Hazmat Team 10
OR   Hazmat Team 10




OR   Hazmat Team 10




OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS




OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS
OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS




OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS




OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R


OR   PINE GROVE RFPD
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   HOOD RIVER FD




OR   HOOD RIVER FD
OR   HOOD RIVER FD




OR   HOOD RIVER FD




OR   HOOD RIVER FD




OR   HOOD RIVER FD
OR   HOOD RIVER FD




OR   HUBBARD RFPD
OR   POLK CO FIRE DIST NO 1




OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS
OR   Hazmat Team 10




OR   LA GRANDE RFPD




OR   JACKSONVILLE FD




OR   JEFFERSON RFPD
OR   JOSEPH FD




OR   JUNCTION CITY RFPD




OR   JUNCTION CITY RFPD

OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST
NE   OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST




N    OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST




N    OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST




NE   OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST




NE   OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST
NE   OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST




NE   OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST




NE   OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST




NE   OR   KEIZER FIRE DIST




     OR   KENO RFPD
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1

OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   Hazmat Team 4
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1

OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   KLAMATH CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   LA GRANDE FD

OR   LA GRANDE FD


OR   LA GRANDE FD
OR   LA GRANDE FD




OR   LA GRANDE FD




OR   LA PINE RFPD
OR   LA PINE RFPD
OR   LA PINE RFPD
OR   LA PINE RFPD
OR   DAYTON FIRE DISTRICT
OR   LAFAYETTE FD
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   Hazmat Team 9




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT




OR   LEBANON FD
OR   ALBANY FD




OR   ALBANY FD
OR   LEBANON FD




OR   Hazmat Team 5




OR   LEBANON FD
OR   LEBANON FD
OR   LEBANON FD




OR   LEBANON FD
OR   LEBANON FD

OR   LEBANON FD




OR   LEBANON FD
OR   LEBANON FD




OR   LEBANON FD

OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1


OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1

OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1




OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1




OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1
OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1




OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1




OR   NEHALEM BAY FIRE & RESCUE DISTRICT




OR   MOHAWK VALLEY RFD
OR   MCMINNVILLE FD
OR   MCMINNVILLE FD




OR   MCMINNVILLE FD


OR   MCMINNVILLE FD
OR   MCMINNVILLE FD




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE

OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE


OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   ROGUE VALLEY INTL AIRPORT FD




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE




OR   MILTON-FREEWATER RURAL FD




OR   MILTON-FREEWATER FD
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1


OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1

OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
    OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




    OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




    OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




    OR   MOLALLA FIRE DIST
    OR   COLTON RFPD #70
    OR   MOLALLA FIRE DIST
E   OR   POLK CO FIRE DIST NO 1
N   OR   POLK CO FIRE DIST NO 1




    OR   MONROE RFPD
    OR   MOUNT ANGEL FIRE DIST


    OR   PARKDALE RFPD




    OR   MOLALLA FIRE DIST
    OR   MYRTLE CREEK FD
    OR   MYRTLE CREEK FD
    OR   MYRTLE CREEK FD
    OR   MYRTLE CREEK FD
    OR   MYRTLE CREEK FD
    OR   MYRTLE CREEK FD

    OR   NEWBERG FD
OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   DUNDEE FD
OR   DUNDEE FD
OR   NEWBERG FD
OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD
OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD
OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   Hazmat Team 9




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD
OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD




OR   NEWBERG FD
     OR   NEWBERG FD




     OR   NEWPORT FD
     OR   NEWPORT FD
     OR   NEWPORT FD


     OR   NEWPORT FD
     OR   NEWPORT FD
     OR   NEWPORT FD
     OR   NORTH BEND FD




NW   OR   WASHINGTON CO FD #2
NW   OR   WASHINGTON CO FD #2




NW   OR   WASHINGTON CO FD #2




     OR   NYSSA FD
     OR   NYSSA FD
     OR   NYSSA FD
OR   Hazmat Team 14
OR   Hazmat Team 14




OR   Hazmat Team 14
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1

OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1

OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1


OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CANBY RFPD
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1


OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1


OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1

OR   NORTH LINCOLN F&R DIST #1


OR   PENDLETON FIRE & AMB
OR   PENDLETON FIRE & AMB
OR   PHILOMATH F&R
OR   PHILOMATH F&R




OR   PHILOMATH F&R




OR   PHILOMATH F&R
OR   Hazmat Team 8




OR   Hazmat Team 8




OR   MEDFORD FIRE-RESCUE
    OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5

    OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5




    OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5




N   OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5




    OR   PLEASANT HILL RFPD




    OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




    OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1


    OR   Hazmat Team 7
    OR   Hazmat Team 7
OR   Hazmat Team 7




OR   Hazmat Team 7




OR   Hazmat Team 7




OR   Hazmat Team 7
     OR   Hazmat Team 7




     OR   Hazmat Team 7




SE   OR   Hazmat Team 7
SE   OR   Hazmat Team 7




     OR   Hazmat Team 7
NE   OR   Hazmat Team 7




     OR   Hazmat Team 7


     OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   Hazmat Team 3




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1
N   OR   Hazmat Team 7




N   OR   Hazmat Team 7




    OR   Hazmat Team 7
OR   Hazmat Team 7




OR   Hazmat Team 7




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   CLACKAMAS CO FIRE DIST #1




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R


OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
NW   OR   Hazmat Team 7




     OR   Hazmat Team 7
OR   Hazmat Team 7




OR   CROOK CO F&R




OR   CROOK CO F&R




OR   CROOK CO F&R




OR   CROOK CO F&R
OR   CROOK CO F&R




OR   CROOK CO F&R




OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   REDMOND F&R




OR   REDMOND F&R


OR   REDMOND F&R




OR   REDMOND F&R

OR   REDMOND F&R
OR   REDMOND F&R
OR   REDMOND F&R
OR   REDMOND F&R




OR   REDMOND F&R


OR   ROGUE RIVER RFP




OR   ROGUE RIVER RFP
OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2
OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   ROSEBURG FD
OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   ROSEBURG FD
OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   ROSEBURG FD
OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   ROSEBURG FD




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2
    OR   ROSEBURG FD




    OR   ROSEBURG FD




    OR   ROSEBURG FD




    OR   ROSEBURG FD




    OR   SCAPPOOSE RFPD


S   OR   POLK CO FIRE DIST NO 1
NE   OR   Hazmat Team 13




NE   OR   SALEM FD


NE   OR   Hazmat Team 13




NE   OR   Hazmat Team 13
SE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
SE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
     OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
NE   OR   MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT
     OR   Hazmat Team 13




     OR   SCAPPOOSE RFPD




     OR   SCAPPOOSE RFPD




     OR   SCAPPOOSE RFPD


     OR   SCAPPOOSE RFPD
OR   SEASIDE F&R


OR   SEASIDE F&R

OR   SEASIDE F&R

OR   SEASIDE F&R
OR   SEASIDE F&R

OR   SEASIDE F&R

OR   SEASIDE F&R

OR   SEASIDE F&R


OR   SEASIDE F&R

OR   ILLINOIS VALLEY FIRE DIST




OR   SHERIDAN FD
OR   SHERIDAN FD




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
     OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




     OR   SILETZ RFPD




NE   OR   SILVERTON RFPD




NE   OR   SILVERTON RFPD

     OR   SILVERTON RFPD
     OR   SILVERTON RFPD

     OR   SILVERTON RFPD

     OR   SILVERTON RFPD




     OR   SILVERTON RFPD




NE   OR   SILVERTON RFPD
OR   SISTERS-CAMP SHERMAN RFPD




OR   SISTERS-CAMP SHERMAN RFPD

OR   NEWPORT FD
OR   EUGENE FIRE & EMS


OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY
OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY




OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY




OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY




OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY
OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY
OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY




OR   MOHAWK VALLEY RFD
OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY




OR   SPRINGFIELD FIRE LIFE SAFETY


OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   Hazmat Team 10




OR   Hazmat Team 10




OR   STANFIELD FIRE DIST
OR   HERMISTON FIRE & EMS
OR   STAYTON RFPD




OR   STAYTON RFPD
OR   SUNRIVER FD




OR   SUNRIVER FD


OR   SUNRIVER FD
OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2
OR   ASHLAND F&R
OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5




OR   JACKSON COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 5




OR   ALBANY FD
OR   Hazmat Team 5




OR   TANGENT RFPD

OR   MID-COLUMBIA F&R
OR   MID-COLUMBIA F&R




OR   MID-COLUMBIA F&R
OR   MID-COLUMBIA F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R


OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TILLAMOOK FIRE DIST




OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   Hazmat Team 9
     OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




     OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




     OR   TURNER FIRE DIST


SE   OR   TURNER FIRE DIST

SE   OR   TURNER FIRE DIST
SE   OR   TURNER FIRE DIST


SE   OR   TURNER FIRE DIST


SE   OR   TURNER FIRE DIST


     OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
     OR   VERNONIA RFPD

     OR   VERNONIA RFPD


     OR   VERNONIA RFPD
OR   VERNONIA RFPD


OR   VERNONIA RFPD

OR   CENTRAL OREGON COAST F&R




OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   COLUMBIA RIVER F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3


OR   JACKSON CO FD #3


OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   JACKSON CO FD #3




OR   WEST VALLEY FIRE DIST




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R
OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   TUALATIN VALLEY F&R




OR   WINSTON-DILLARD FIRE DIST
OR   DOUGLAS CO FIRE DIST #2




OR   WINSTON-DILLARD FIRE DIST




OR   WOLF CREEK RFPD




OR   WOLF CREEK RFPD

OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   GRESHAM FIRE & EMERG SRVCS
OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST


OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST




OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST

OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST


OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST
     OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST

NE   OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST

NE   OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST




     OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST




     OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST




     OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST




     OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST
OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST




OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST




OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST

OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST


OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST




OR   WOODBURN FIRE DIST
OR   YACHATS RFPD




OR   MCMINNVILLE FD
Responsible Party Business Name   Responsible Party Contact Name
Industrial Welding Supply   Guy Worden
Rush-Hour Transport   Rush-Hour Transport




                      Rush Hour Transport
unknown
NW Natural Gas
Arcadia Security   Darrin Loftus
David Provost
Ferrel's Fuel Network
Raiier Towing
Edward Bergman
ROBERT HENRY
Morrow County Grain Growers   Doug Holland
Agrium Inc. (Shipper)
Zeno Marvin
Sherman Brothers Heavy Hauling   Sherman Brothers Heavy Hauling
Lowes Distribution Center   Scott Herins




Lowes Distribution          Scott Herins
Scurter Trucking
Jay Wilson
South Valley Bank   Randy Alps
Barefoot Consulting   Stewart Carter




Barefoot Consulting   Stewart Carter




Barefoot Consulting   Stewart Carter




Arclin                Ric Burleson
Ron Russell Middle school
Northeast Baptist Church   Don Hanson




Adaptive Construction      Thad Hanley
Precision Castparts Corp.   Tyson Terhaar
              REDDAWAY TRAILER




Bob's Metal   Bob Weinstein
Alpenrose Dairy   Eric Trummel
       Portland Western Railroad




OHSU   Ben Richards
caroline puddicombre
Deluxe Ice cream       Jim Callaghan




Deluxe Ice Cream       Jim Callaghan


McDonald & Wetle INC
Full Ahead Transport   Wayne Plumbtree
Doug Ganer
Priority Transportation   Boyd Chapman
DENISE ANGSTADT
City of Tangent Oregon   City of Tangent Oregon
City of Tangent Oregon
Marion Ag Service Inc   Tom Wimmer
Avista
Responsible Party Phone Number   Responsible Party Street Address
5035816131 3415 SW Pacific
156-225-3652   1599 W. 68th St




562-252-3652   1125 S. Greenwood Ave.
1-877-778-3159   14845 SW Murray
541-389-1012   21326 Puffin Dr.
541-884-5167   977 Spring St
5037283464 16901 Howard
GLENVILLE TRAIL PARK
541-989-8221   770 W Riverside Ave.
877-247-4861   13131 Lake Fraser Dr. SE Calgary, Alberta
541-314-0096   78035 207
800-457-1461
5412580221 x 202              1001 Reeves Parkway




                   5412580221 1001 Reeves
541-740-8108
(541) 891-5348
(503)857-7772




503-857-7772




503-857-7772




                5039782829 2301 N Columbia
5032566519 3955 SE 112th SE
(503)281-7656   6701 NE Prescott NE




                726 SE Grand
503-777-8163   5001 SE Johnson Creek
503-577-6200              10510 N Vancouver N




               5037810588 9000 N denver
(503)519-5086   6149 SW Shattuck
503-816-8015   66 Field Point Rd.




503-494-2586   3181 SW Sam Jackson
541-647-3351   7855 SW Mcdonald Drive, powell butte oregon 97756
503-581-4923




503-581-4923


               5036670175
5419742459 PO Box 3076
8012308221 935 W 620 S
661-609-4724   222 A Street
5414729183 433 BELLEWOOD
541-928-1020   P.O. Box 251
541-928-1020   P.O. Box 251
5036785932 7716 St Paul Hwy
8002279187
Responsible Party City   Responsible Party State   Responsible Party Postal Code
97321
LOS ANGELES   CA   90047




                   90640
Beaverton   OR   97005
97701
7601
97048
Clatskanie   OR   97016
97442
Heppner   OR   97836
T2J7E8
Hermiston   OR   97838
Lebanon   OR   97355




Lebanon   OR   97355
97381
97218




97218




97218




97203
97203
PORTLAND   OR   97203




Portland   OR   97203
97206
                97217




Portland   OR   97217
97221
                 6830




Portland   OR   97239
97756
97321
84074
Myrtle Point   OR   97458
Grants Pass   OR   97526
97389
97389
Saint Paul   OR   97137
Incident Type - CODE Incident Type
                   422 Chemical spill or leak




                   413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




                   413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




                   410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak
421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422 Chemical spill or leak
420 Toxic condition, other
421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill

413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422   Chemical spill or leak
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422   Chemical spill or leak
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
420   Toxic condition, other
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




451 Biological hazard, confirmed or suspected




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

422 Chemical spill or leak

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422   Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
423 Refrigeration leak




411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422   Chemical spill or leak
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
423   Refrigeration leak
420   Toxic condition, other
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other


413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
423 Refrigeration leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422   Chemical spill or leak
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
423 Refrigeration leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)

410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other

413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




451 Biological hazard, confirmed or suspected

422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak
421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422   Chemical spill or leak
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
421   Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
421   Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422   Chemical spill or leak
421   Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422   Chemical spill or leak
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422   Chemical spill or leak
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
420   Toxic condition, other
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
421   Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
420   Toxic condition, other
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
420 Toxic condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
420 Toxic condition, other
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422 Chemical spill or leak




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

422 Chemical spill or leak
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
420 Toxic condition, other




420 Toxic condition, other

421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)




422 Chemical spill or leak




420 Toxic condition, other
420 Toxic condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other




420 Toxic condition, other
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak
420 Toxic condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other

420 Toxic condition, other
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other




420 Toxic condition, other
420 Toxic condition, other




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




420 Toxic condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
420 Toxic condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




420 Toxic condition, other




422 Chemical spill or leak

422 Chemical spill or leak


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




451 Biological hazard, confirmed or suspected




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak

420 Toxic condition, other
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
421   Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




422 Chemical spill or leak




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




420 Toxic condition, other




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other


412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




422 Chemical spill or leak
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




423 Refrigeration leak
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


420 Toxic condition, other
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
420 Toxic condition, other




420 Toxic condition, other




420 Toxic condition, other




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




420 Toxic condition, other




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak
420 Toxic condition, other




422 Chemical spill or leak


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
420 Toxic condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
420   Toxic condition, other
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422   Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


422 Chemical spill or leak
422 Chemical spill or leak




423 Refrigeration leak


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




451 Biological hazard, confirmed or suspected
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422   Chemical spill or leak
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

451 Biological hazard, confirmed or suspected

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill

410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
422 Chemical spill or leak




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
430 Radioactive condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
413   Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak




421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
420 Toxic condition, other




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




420 Toxic condition, other
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
410   Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other
412   Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411   Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




422 Chemical spill or leak




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




422 Chemical spill or leak
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
422 Chemical spill or leak




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)

411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill


422 Chemical spill or leak
410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other

423 Refrigeration leak

412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




421 Chemical hazard (no spill or leak)




410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill

410 Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other


413 Oil or other combustible liquid spill




411 Gasoline or other flammable liquid spill
412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)




412 Gas leak (natural gas or LPG)
Hazmat Amount Released   Hazmat Volume Units   Hazmat Weight Units   Hazmat Physical State
2 Gallons   Ounces (weight).   Liquid
0
3600           Pounds   Solid




   0 Gallons            Liquid




   0
   2 Gallons            Gas
150 Gallons   Liquid




125 Gallons   Liquid
20 Gallons   Liquid
0   Gas
0
0   Gas
2 Cubic feet   Solid
5 Gallons   Liquid
0   Gas




0   Gas
3 Gallons   Liquid
10 Gallons   Ounces (weight).   Liquid




 2 Gallons                      Liquid
80 Gallons   Liquid
1 Cubic feet
0
4 Gallons   Liquid
120 Gallons   Liquid
0           Gas
0           Gas
3 Gallons   Liquid
1 Gallons   Liquid
2 Ounces (liquid)   Liquid
2 Gallons   Liquid
0 Cubic feet   Pounds   Gas
0   Gas
800 Gallons   Liquid
2 Gallons   Gas
200 Gallons   Liquid




125 Gallons   Liquid
700   Gas
Gas
60 Gallons   Liquid




60 Gallons   Liquid
1 Gallons   Liquid
1 Gallons   Liquid
110 Gallons
110 Gallons   Liquid




  0           Gas




  0 Gallons   Liquid




  5 Gallons   Liquid
6 Ounces (liquid)   Liquid
10 Gallons




10 Gallons
25   Pounds   Solid




 0
    49 Gallons      Liquid




500000 Cubic feet   Gas
44 Cubic feet




 1 Gallons      Gas
5 Gallons   Liquid
 1           Ounces (weight).   Gas




55 Gallons                      Liquid
0

0
0
 1 Ounces (liquid)
15 Gallons           Liquid
0   Liquid
0   Gas
0
0                                Gas




0                                Gas




    Gallons   Ounces (weight).   Liquid




5 Gallons                        Liquid
Gas
 0           Gas




10 Gallons   Gas
100 Gallons   Gas
    Solid




0   Gas
   1 Gallons            Liquid




4000           Pounds   Gas
Gallons   Liquid




          Gas
0           Gas




1 Gallons   Liquid
10000 Cubic feet   Gas
5000 Cubic feet




   0 Cubic feet




5000 Cubic feet
100 Gallons
3 Cubic feet




5 Gallons      Gas
 10 Cubic feet            Gas




 10 Cubic feet   Pounds   Gas


475 Gallons               Gas




  0
5 Gallons   Liquid
5 Gallons   Liquid
 Gallons    Liquid




1 Gallons   Liquid
500 Cubic feet   Gas
150 Gallons   Liquid
15 Gallons   Liquid
13 Gallons                     Liquid




 1 Barrels (42 gal)   Pounds   Gas
0 Gallons   Gas
2 Gallons
1000 Gallons   Liquid
Gas
Gas
100 Cubic feet   Gas
Hazmat Chemical Name   Hazmat Container Type   Hazmat Released From
Gasoline   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Unknown
Calcium carbide   Drum               Outside of structure




Petroleum                            Outside of structure




Natural gas       Pipe or pipeline
Natural gas       Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
Diesel fuel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping




Diesel fuel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Gasoline   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping
Natural gas   Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
Unknown   None   Inside or on structure
Ammonia   Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
Unknown   None   Outside of structure
Gasoline   Mobile container, other
Natural gas   Inside or on structure




Natural gas   Outside of structure
Diesel   Hose   Outside of structure
Gasoline      Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure




Diesel fuel   Undetermined
Diesel   Tank or silo   Outside of structure
Natural gas   Inside or on structure
Petroleum distillate
Diethylene glycol monoethyl ether
Diesel fuel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Liquefied petroleum gas                  Outside of structure
Liquefied petroleum gas   Tank or silo   Outside of structure
Lorsban                                  Outside of structure
Gasoline   Outside of structure
Muriatic acid   Can or bottle   Inside or on structure
Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping
Natural gas   Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
Natural gas   Pipe or pipeline
Gasoline   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
LPG   Tank or silo   Outside of structure
              Portable container, other                 Outside of structure




Diesel fuel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Ammonia, anhydrous   Product tank on or towed by vehicle   Outside of structure
Anhydrous ammonia   Product tank on or towed by vehicle   Outside of structure
Sodium hydroxide(solution)   Fixed container, other   Inside or on structure




                             Cask                     Inside or on structure
Outside of structure
Gasoline   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Diesel fuel   Outside of structure
Diesel fuel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping




Natural gas   Pipe or pipeline                          Outside of structure




Diesel fuel




Motor fuel    Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping
Gasoline   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Anhydrous ammonia   Product tank on or towed by vehicle   Outside of structure




Anhydrous ammonia   Product tank on or towed by vehicle   Outside of structure
Unknown   Portable container, other   Outside of structure
Unknown                          Outside of structure




Natural gas   Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
                     Outside of structure




LPG   Tank or silo   Outside of structure
Sodium hydroxide(solution)   Fixed container, other




Hydrochloric acid
              Pipe or pipeline                          Outside of structure




Diesel fuel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Natural gas

Natural gas
Natural gas                                             Inside or on structure
Gasoline      Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Diesel fuel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping
Ammonia, anhydrous   Fixed container, other   Inside or on structure
Mercury
Chlorine                       Drum                    Inside or on structure




Chlorine                       Drum                    Inside or on structure




Sodium hypochlorite solution   Can or bottle           Inside or on structure




Formaldehyde(solution)         Container type, other   Outside of structure
Sodium hydroxide(solution)   Can or bottle   Inside or on structure
Carbon monoxide                                    Inside or on structure




Ammonia           Machinery or process equipment   Inside or on structure
Nitrogen dioxide   Inside or on structure
                     Drum                    Inside or on structure




Ammonia, anhydrous   Container type, other   Outside of structure
Acetone             Can or bottle




Anhydrous ammonia   Product tank on or towed by vehicle
Denatured alcohol   Product tank on or towed by vehicle   Outside of structure




Acrolein                                                  Inside or on structure
Natural gas   Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure




Gasoline                         Outside of structure
Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
              Outside of structure




              Outside of structure




Natural gas   Outside of structure
Outside of structure
Natural gas                      Outside of structure




              Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
Ammonia       Tank or silo                Inside or on structure




Ammonia       Tank or silo                Inside or on structure


Propane       Cylinder                    Outside of structure




Linseed oil   Portable container, other
Diesel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Petroleum   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping
Ethylene glycol   Drum           Outside of structure




Petroleum         Undetermined   Outside of structure
Natural gas   Pipe or pipeline   Inside or on structure
Diesel fuel   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Crude oil   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Petroleum   Can or bottle   Outside of structure




Unknown     Drum            Outside of structure
Unknown   Drum   Outside of structure
Gasoline   Vehicle fuel tank and associated piping   Outside of structure
Unknown   Product tank on or towed by vehicle   Outside of structure
Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
Natural gas   Pipe or pipeline   Outside of structure
Anhydrous ammonia   Outside of structure
Hazmat Area Affected Measurement   Hazmat Area Affected   Hazmat Area Evacuated
10 Square feet
500 Square feet   Blocks




    Blocks




300 Square feet   Blocks
100 Square feet




 12 Square feet
1000 Square feet   Square feet
1 Blocks   Square feet
1 Blocks   Blocks
10 Square feet
100 Square feet
  Square feet




5 Square feet
700 Square feet   Square feet
0
500 Square feet   Square feet
3000 Square feet
0
0   Square feet
3 Square feet   Square feet
15 Square feet   Square feet
1000 Square feet
500 Square feet




500 Square feet   Square feet
0




0
0
2000 Square feet   Square feet
144 Square feet   Square feet




  0
3 Square feet   Square feet
2 Square feet   Square feet
0
200 Square feet




    Square feet   Square feet
0   Square feet
300 Square feet




300 Square feet
1500 Square feet
30 Square feet




 0               Square feet
0




1 Blocks   Square feet
0 Square feet




1 Square feet   Blocks
1600 Square feet   Square feet




  50 Square feet   Square feet
0
0
2 Square feet
1 Blocks
     Square feet   Blocks




     Square feet   Blocks




9000 Square feet   Blocks




   1 Blocks        Blocks
100 Square feet   Square feet
  Square feet   Square feet




2 Blocks        Blocks
Blocks
200 Square feet   Square feet




 10 Square feet   Square feet
1 Square miles   Blocks
1 Square miles   Square miles
  Square feet   Blocks




1 Square feet
Blocks
0 Square feet
10 Square feet   Blocks




 1 Blocks
4000 Square feet   Square feet




4000 Square feet   Square feet


   1 Blocks        Blocks
10 Blocks
20 Square feet




 3 Square feet
1 Blocks   Blocks
3000 Square feet   Blocks
13 Square feet
200 Square feet   Square feet




  1 Square feet   Square feet
1 Square feet   Blocks
0
5000 Square feet
100 Square feet   Blocks
4 Square feet
0   Square feet
Hazmat No. of People Evacuated   Hazmat No of Buildings Evacuated
1000   250




   6     1
2   1
15   1
0
0   0
0   0
0   0
0   0
45   2
4   1
0   0




0   0
0   0
1   0
0




0   0
0   0
0
0   0
0   0
0
0   0
0   0




0   0
120   6
400   5




  0
0   0
0   0
0
3   1




3   1




3   1




0
50   1
15   1




     1
10   2




 5   0
100   4
 10   3




100   1
20   5
5   2
25   1
  8   1




  8   1


100   8
0   1
0
0
0




0   0
0   0
0   0
2   1
0
0   0
Hazmat Released Into   Hazmat Cause Of Release
Ground   Unintentional release
Air, water, and ground   Container or containment failure




Ground                   Cause undetermined after investigation




                         Unintentional release
Air                      Unintentional release
Ground   Unintentional release




Ground   Unintentional release
Ground   Unintentional release
Air   Unintentional release
Air   Container or containment failure
Confined, no environmental impact   Intentional
Ground   Container or containment failure
Air   Cause undetermined after investigation




Air   Cause undetermined after investigation
Ground   Container or containment failure
Ground   Unintentional release




Ground   Unintentional release
Water and ground   Unintentional release
Cause undetermined after investigation
Confined, no environmental impact   Unintentional release
Water and ground   Container or containment failure
Air      Container or containment failure
Air      Container or containment failure
Ground   Unintentional release
Confined, no environmental impact   Unintentional release
Confined, no environmental impact   Container or containment failure
Ground
Air   Unintentional release
Air
Ground
Intentional
      Unintentional release




Air   Container or containment failure
Ground   Unintentional release




Ground   Cause under investigation
Air   Container or containment failure
Air
Confined, no environmental impact   Container or containment failure




Confined, no environmental impact   Container or containment failure
Ground   Cause undetermined after investigation
Ground   Unintentional release
Unintentional release
Ground             Unintentional release




Air                Unintentional release




Water and ground   Unintentional release




Ground             Unintentional release
Confined, no environmental impact   Container or containment failure
Unintentional release




Unintentional release
Water   Container or containment failure
Ground   Unintentional release




         Unintentional release
      Unintentional release




Air   Container or containment failure
Confined, no environmental impact   Container or containment failure




                                    Cause under investigation
Air and ground   Unintentional release




Ground           Unintentional release
Unintentional release
                                    Cause undetermined after investigation
Confined, no environmental impact   Container or containment failure
Water   Container or containment failure
Water and air




Water and air




Water and air   Unintentional release




Air             Unintentional release
Air   Intentional
Air




Air   Unintentional release
Air   Unintentional release
Confined, no environmental impact   Cause undetermined after investigation




Water and air                       Unintentional release
Air   Container or containment failure
Air and ground   Cause under investigation




Air              Unintentional release
Air      Unintentional release




Ground   Unintentional release
Air   Unintentional release
Unintentional release




Cause undetermined after investigation




Unintentional release
Cause undetermined after investigation
      Cause under investigation




Air   Container or containment failure
Air   Unintentional release




Air   Unintentional release


Air   Unintentional release
Ground   Unintentional release
Ground   Container or containment failure
Ground   Intentional




Ground   Container or containment failure
Air   Unintentional release
Confined, no environmental impact   Unintentional release
Ground   Unintentional release
Water and ground   Intentional




Air                Cause undetermined after investigation
Air   Cause undetermined after investigation
Container or containment failure
Ground   Unintentional release
Air   Unintentional release
Air   Cause undetermined after investigation
Air   Unintentional release
Incident Property Loss   Incident Content Loss   Civilian Casualty Activity
0   500
0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0

0   0

0   0




0   0
0   0
10000   2000
500

  0   0


  0   0
0   0


0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0


0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
500000   500000




     0        0




     0        0




     0        0
0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0


0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0

0   0

0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0


0   0

0   0




0   0




0   0


0   0
0   0




0   0

0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0

0   0




0   0




0   0


0   0

0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
1500   0
0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0

0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0

0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0
0   500000
0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0
0   0
0   0
0   0
0   0
500   5000




500   5000
0   0
3000000
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0




0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
0      0




0      0


0   1000
0   0
0   0
0   0




0   0

0   0
0   0

0   0

0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0


0   0
0   0




0   0




0   0




0   0
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0   0




0   0




0   0
0   0
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0   0
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0   0


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0   0




0   0
0   0

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0   0
0   0




0   0
Civilian Casualty Patient Disposition   Remarks
                                        E14 was called non emergency for a radiator leak
                                        secondary to a single vehicle motor vehicle accident. The
                                        leak stemmed from a single passenger car that lost control
                                        while driving on Springhill Dr and impacted a dirt berm on
                                        the side of the road. There was minor damage to the front
                                        end of the vehicle that resulted in a leak of radiator fluid of
                                        approximately 1-2 gallons. E14 applied absorbent to the
                                        spill and swept it up to remove it from the roadway.


                                        T13 was called non emergency to a report of a non injury
                                        MVC that resulted in some leaking engine fluids that
                                        needed clean up. T13 arrived on scene to a two car MVA
                                        where the first vehicle was already being towed. The
                                        second car was leaking some radiator and motor oil. We
                                        deployed ''kitty litter'' to soak up the oil and then scooped
                                        it into a trash bag for disposal by the tow truck company.

                                        L11 stopped to give aide to a disabled vehicle and
                                        discovered that it had blown it's transmission and leaked
                                        about 3 quarts of transmission oil onto the roadway. L11
                                        helped the driver push the car off the road into a parking
                                        lot and applied oil absorbent to the road. The absorbent
                                        was swept up and the road appeared dry. no further
                                        hazards were noted.
                                        T13 was called code one to a report of a spill of 2-3 gallons
                                        of automatic transmission fluid at the intersection of
                                        Albany and Pacific Blvd. Upon arrival t13 found an
                                        approximately 1/8 mile long streak of spilled fluid that
                                        totalled probably less than one gallon. There was a small
                                        area where the vehicle appeared to stop that had more
                                        collected fluid and T13 used kitty litter to pick up the
                                        excess fluid. The kitty litter picked up for disposal and T13
                                        cleared.
T13 was called code one to a report of a gasoline leak from
a motorhome at the intersection of Grand Prairie and
Three Lakes. T13 arrived on scene to find a 70's era Dodge
van on its side off the road that had appeared to lose
control and travel down a steep embankment and landed
into a pasture. Upon investigation it was found that the van
was leaking a small amount of fuel from a fuel line that had
a hole in it. FF Booher used Plug n Dyke to cover the hole
and plug the leak. Its unclear how much fuel had escaped
due to the grassy field but not much fuel was found on the
underside of the van. T13 remained on scene while AA
Towing uprighted, and then set up to tow the vehicle to
insure that the van did not start releaking. When it was
clear that the plug would hold, we went available.


Called for a natural gas leak. Resident states that it has
been on for approximately 6 hours. The resident shut off
the gas from the gas stove and exited the structure. E12
and M14 assisted with monitoring and natural gas removal.
Once levels reached an acceptable level, resident was
advised to naturally ventilate the structure from
approximately 1 hour to let all remaining CO and natural
gas escape.

E14 was called to a alarm activation at above mentioned
address. Upon arrival to scene, Molly Buckner (occupant)
met us in the driveway, stating the Co alarm was activated
in her residence. We took the 4 gas monitor in and found
the Co level at 130 PPM. We turned off the natural gas
outside the house. Then we ventilated the house with PPV.
We returned to the house and the monitor read 0 PPM.
We also turned the Natural Gas valve off to the heater
(Wamock Hersey Model # Vision WG-1) and to the
domestic H2O heater (Brandford White Model
#M1403T6EW1Z). We then informed Ms. Buckner she
could return to her residence. We advised her to speak
with her Landlord about this and have someone repair the
leak before turning on the gas again.
Called for a gas leak when a renter broke the gas line.
Upon arrival, E12's crew found the renter had evacuated
the duplex. Renter states he broke the gas line inside the
structure near the gas forced air unit. E12's crew
immediately found the gas meter and turned off the gas.
NW Natural was notified and asked to respond. Upon NW
Natural's arrival they monitored the air and didn't find a
reading that was deemed unsafe. E12's crew notified the
on site manager of the situation and told her that she
would have to contact someone in the morning to fix the
broken line.

Initially dispatched to 2045 Santiam hwy. Dispatch had a
difficult time communicate with the RP who was on a cell
phone and speaking very anxious and fast. Caller called
back to provide a clear address which was 2845 Santiam
hwy. (Golden Woke Restaurant). M11 arrived with nothing
showing and staged to the North of the business. L-11
arrived and I directed them to go into the business and get
me a CAN report. M-11 was able to make contact with the
owners from the North side of the building and made entry
into the kitchen area from open doorway. M11 crew found
a cooking area with multiple woke cooking utensil
operating. One woke was on fire and appeared to be a gas
fire vs. grease fire. M11 reported the fire and found the
main gas valve to the restaurant and turned it off. L-11
made entry and took over interior operations. M-13 was
assigned to L-11 to assist and I released all other AFD units.
L-11,M-11 and M-13 assisted in water removal and clean
up. I spoke with owner Julie and she explained to me that
one of her workers (Homg) was working on replacing a
shutoff valve to the woke that was on fire. They explained
to me that Homg first attempted to turn the gas off at the
main gas valve to the restaurant which he showed me and
A transformer was leaking fluid onto the sidewalk. (class 3
leak). No other hazards present. PPL was called and givein
the Pole number. Dispatch radioed that PPL was in the area
and would handle the leak shortly.
Dispatched to 3415 SW Pacific BLVD for a chemical fire.
First arriving units found an outside storage area with an
unknown amount and type of chemical on fire. Fire
personnel attempted to extinguish the fire with water and
foam but noticed that when they applied this material to
the fire, it would grow in size. Albany Fire made face to
face contact with the RP and discovered that the material
was calcium carbide and that it was water reactive so all
fire suppression activities were halted and Hazmat 5 was
contacted. Hazmat 5 made contact with chemtrec and
discovered that using Met-L-X and dry chemical
extinguishing agents would be the best plan to mitigating
this incident. This plan was discussed with the IC and he
agreed. At that time the IC made contact with ATI Wah
Chang who stated that we could use there Met-L-X trailer
which contained approximately. 10,000 lbs. of the
extinguishing agent. Wah Chang sent an operator with the
trailer to the incident scene in case it was needed. Hazmat
5 made entry into the hot zone with multiple dry chemical
extinguishers and extinguished the fire. Air monitoring was
maintained during and after the process. The entry team
was deconed by Albany fire and there were no injures. The
Construction Company was digging when they broke a 1/2
or less low pressure gas line. NWNG was on scene prior to
our arrival. They had stop the leak, the leak appeared to be
minimal. We were released by NWNG upon arrival.


A vehicle was leaking an oil product and there was a small
stream of it from the intersection of Waverly and Grand
Prairie that continued two blocks North on Waverly,
turning right onto 28th and ending on Raliegh Court where
it disappeared. There were no major puddles to clean up
and we could not fing the source of the spill.

gas leaked from generator fuel tank to gravel parking lot.
fuel had been absorb to ground. County Staff will be
cleaning up. recommended two RV's be moved from the
immediate area for safety.

Occupant was mowing the yard and broke off an unused
natural gas riser that was hidden in the tall grass near the
corner of the manufactured home.
North Gilliam County RFPD was dispatched to a diesel spill
on Highway 19 at Rattlesnake Road. Crew estimated that
there was approximately 30 gallons of fuel on the road
over a 300 foot distance. It appeared the cap from the fuel
tank was left off and the diesel splashed out as the truck
went down the road. Crews used about 1200 gallons of
water to wash the diesel off the road.

North Gilliam County RFPD was dispatched to a semi-truck
accident with diesel leaking from the fuel tanks. Crews
arrived and found that the truck slid along the guard rail
then went off a wide spot & up a short hill. The right fuel
tank ruptured on the bottom front (uphill from the
remainder of the truck). It was estimated there was
approximately 150 gallons of fuel on the ground. It ran
downhill 14 feet from the truck. The crew diked the spill
10 feet out from the truck. OERS was notified and the
Hermiston HazMat team responded. When the Hazmat
team arrived on scene, crews were released to respond to
a fire call.

Dispatched by OSFM duty officer Anita Phillips to HWY 74,
MP 2 for a MVC involving a semi-truck with a diesel tank
leak from its saddle tanks. The truck cannot be moved
and/or righted until the tanks are either patched or off-
loaded. Assembled team with nine personnel and 3
response vehicles.
Upon arrival find tractor rig pulling a low-boy transport
trailer off the road on its wheels but up a hill. Major front
end damage and is undriveable. On-scene IC from North
Gilliam County FD gave report to AC Stanton and BC Phillips
and then left scene due to large wildfire near his home,
leaving no local fire department on-scene for incident
command.
Active diesel leak from passengers side saddle tank at 1
gallon per minute. First ODOT RP states truck filled up in
Ontario Oregon with 300 gallons on board. At time of
incident estimated that 50 gallons had been burned leaving
125 gallons in each tank. Estimated 125 left in tank and 125
spilled to the ground.
Team isolated the saddle tanks and pumped from damaged
tank to the other tank using pneumatic pump. Turned site
over to ODOT.
Driver refuses to sign spill report.

REPORT OF A VEHICLE TOWING A CAMP TRAILER LEAKING
PROPANE. UTL.
This was a mini van that had hit something in the roadway
and, ruptued the fuel tank. ODOT was advise of the spill,
van was being towed away as we pulled up.

This was a mini van that had hit something in the roadway
and, ruptued the fuel tank. ODOT was advise of the spill,
van was being towed away as we pulled up.
Received a direct call from Jim Krettler stating that his
vehicle was leaking fuel, he thinks it's stopped now and
wants to know if we want to come out and look or can he
wash it down the drain. On arrival there was a minimal
amount of gas from a loose gas line and the spilled fuel had
partly dissipated. We placed Vermiculite on it, and then
swept it up and disposed of the fuel. 03/11/2011 21:58:05
Driver/Engineer Mathews/EMT-I

Station 25 and 25A were dispatched to a report of a natural
gas smell in the area of 14th street and Duane. Upon arrival
we were unable to locate any odor.

Responded to an odor of natural gas in the area. We
detected an odor around the intersection. Upon inspection
of a few valve caps we detected a level of 50% of LEL of
natural gas within one of the valve chambers. We had NW
Natural respond. There was no immediate hazard. We
turned the scene over to NW Natural and they were
activating a crew to come dig up the line and make repairs.
11/19/2011 22:16:17 Lieutenant Gascoigne/EMT-I

Responded to a report of a naturel gas odor in the area.
This has been an on going problem. Arrived to find the
same valve as the AFD crew did yesterday found, to be the
source. Notified NW Naturel Gas of the situation. NWN
advised that a crew would be out on Monday to fix the
problem, but they were sending a representative out now
to asses the hazard. They advised they no longer needed
AFD on scene. 11/21/2011 07:14:55 Lieutenant Corbit/EMT-
I
Responded to a report of a strong smell of gasoline in the
parking lot. Found a strong odor coming from a car parked
there, unable to detect an active leak. The owner was
located and he stated that he had just had the fuel pump
replaced. Advised him to have the vehicle checked for
leaks prior to use. We placed some diamond dry under the
vehicle as a precaution. 12/16/2011 22:19:18 Lieutenant
Gascoigne/EMT-I
Station 25 was dispatched to a reported natural gas smell
in the area of 10th Street and Commercial. While enroute
2522 was advised that there was gas leaking from a broken
gas line in the alley. The leak was secured by closing the
valve. It appeared that the meter was broken off by
someone using to try and climb up to the roof of the
building. 02/12/2011 07:37:21 Driver/Engineer Truax/EMT-
B
Responded to a report of a fuel oil odor in the basement of
a downtown business. Found a slight odor in the basement
of several adjacent businesses. No spill located.
Monitored and did not record and readings. Odor appears
to be coming from the utilities chase. 11/11/2011 07:29:36
Lieutenant Gascoigne/EMT-I

Responded to a report of a propane tank leaking in a
garage. Upon arrival we found that a neighbor had
removed 3 bottles from the garage and made sure that all
were shut off. The building had been ventilated. We
monitored and found no readings in any area. It appears
that a burner on a propane BBQ had been bumped and was
leaking gas. 11/23/2011 20:45:22 Lieutenant
Gascoigne/EMT-I
AFD responded to a smell of gas in the area. Arrived to find
construction workers had struck a natural gas meter and
put a small hole in it. They had already shut off the gas.
Monitored the area and in the structure, found no gas
present . Notified NW Natural Gas of the problem.
08/23/2011 07:44:45 Lieutenant Corbit/EMT-I

2522 responded to a vehicle leaking an unknown fluid.
Arrived to find APD on scene blocking the street. APD
advised that a vehicle's drive line broke and some oil
leaked out, and the vehicle was already towed from the
scene. Found approximately 2 quarts of oil in the middle of
the road. Used absorbants to remove the hazard from the
street. 07/27/2011 07:15:09 Lieutenant Corbit/EMT-I
Responded to a report of gas in an apartment. Occupant
states that she has had on-going problems with her furnace
and she rarely uses it. She states that she came out of her
bedroom and the entire apt. smelled of an unusual odor,
she thought it might be gas. We monitored the apt and
were unable to detect any gas. There was a slight odor
near the furnace. We isolated the power and gas to the
furnace and told the occupant to notify her management
to have the furnace serviced prior to putting back into
service. 06/24/2011 06:57:25 Lieutenant Gascoigne/EMT-I


Station was dispatched to a report of a car leaking gas in
the McDonald's parking lot. Upon arrival we found a car
leaking fuel. The owner said that she had just filled up
across the street and that the car had never leaked gas
before. We were unable to locate the cause of the leak
because of low ground clearance. After failed attempt at
offloading the fuel that leak stop and the owner was able
to drive the vehicle away. 08/01/2011 08:42:16
Driver/Engineer Truax/EMT-B

An odor of natural gas was detected at the meter of 66 W.
Bond. Odor was present on our arrival but had dissipated
by the time NNG arrived. 11/09/2011 22:11:37 Lieutenant
Johnson/EMT-P
Dispatched to a report of a hit and run MVA near the
intersection listed above. Updated informaton was that
the vehicle had struck an appliance and Natural Gas was
leaking.

E-914 Arrived in the area to investigate and appartently
passed the gas leak and ended up on the South side of the
intersection and leak. P-924 also passed the leak and was
in the same area. E-875 was ordered to go passed the gas
leak and go West on Grim Road to block traffic. E-875 set
up near the intersection and blocked traffic.

AC872 arrived and made contact with E-914 as a LT from
Donald took command of the incident. Command advised
me that he would like me to be the PIO and assist as an
''advisor'' to command.

The command post was located South of the intersection
above and the gas leak. Other agencies assisting were
Woodburn Police, OSP, ODOT, Hubbard Police and Aurora
Police.




called to an unknown solid white powder on the ground at
I-84 M.P. 317 westbound off ramp. Two man team
responded to identify product. On scene about 400lbs of
white fine granule product appeared to have leaked out of
semi-trailer. Product was identified as Sodium Bicarbonate.
It is not classified as a Hazardous Material. Absorbent
material had been placed on the low side of pile by ODOT.
Team 14 personnel covered the pile with black visqueen
and secured it with roadside gravel and rocks. ODOT was
advised of the identification of the material and will
proceed with proper cleanup.
Banks Fire BR13 responded with Metro West to a possible
allergic reaction at an apartment complex. They were
called by the manager after she heard the pt moaning
inside his unit. BR13 arrived to find the apartment unit
filled with trash and in general disarray. The pt had an
altered LOC with severe facial swelling. The pt also had
numerous blisters on his body, with some blisters that had
popped and the skin was raw. The pt’s speech was
mostly inappropriate words, but he did mention the word
                 .
“chemical― The crew began thought it was possible
that the blisters and symptoms were from some kind of
chemical vapor. They shipped the pt off to the hospital and
called us for a consult.
We took the consult and found details as above. None of
the crew wore any kind of protective clothing except
turnout pants and medical gloves due to the original nature
of the call. The only odors present in the apartment were
of rotting garbage and no chemicals were scene except for
a few bottles of “pine sol―  cleaner. None of the crew
were experiencing any difficulty breathing or having any
skin reactions. After getting the information the phone call
was ended so I could consult the team before getting back
to them. I consulted with the team, and C5, and Dr Daya
and our consensus was that it was more likely medical in
nature and with the scene stable, to wait and see what the
hospital found with the pt since he was already in route
Banks Fire BR13 responded with Metro West to a possible
allergic reaction at an apartment complex. They were
called by the manager after she heard the pt moaning
inside his unit. BR13 arrived to find the apartment unit
filled with trash and in general disarray. The pt had an
altered LOC with severe facial swelling. The pt also had
numerous blisters on his body, with some blisters that had
popped and the skin was raw. The pt s speech was mostly
inappropriate words, but he did mention the word
chemical. The crew began thought it was possible that
the blisters and symptoms were from some kind of
chemical vapor. They shipped the pt off to the hospital and
called us for a consult. We took the consult and found
details as above. None of the crew wore any kind of
protective clothing except turnout pants and medical
gloves due to the original nature of the call. The only odors
present in the apartment were of rotting garbage and no
chemicals were scene except for a few bottles of pine sol
cleaner. None of the crew were experiencing any difficulty
breathing or having any skin reactions. After getting the
information the phone call was ended so I could consult
the team before getting back to them. I consulted with the
Gas leak at kitchen range in Jr. High school. Maintenance
shut off system until repair on Monday.

LPG leak from fill hose.
E67 responded to investigate a spill of hydraulic fluid from
a broken line on a tractor trailer. The trailer is a low boy
style carrier used for autos. E53 was requested to bring
some absorbant pads. There were several gallons of the oil
mixed with standing water in puddles in the gravel parking
area. The pads were used to absorb as much oil as possible.
The truck driver stated he would take the materials with
him and dispose of it at a hazardous waste facility. E67 and
E53 cleared with the issue cleaned and the truck driver in
possession of teh dirty pads.
E67 called to a 1'' Natural gas line that has been broken by
a construction crew digging with a back hoe. The work is
being done in the parking lot of the car dealership at the
corner of Murray and TV HWY. The leak is under ground
about 30' from where the line was hit by the bucket. It is
bubbling the wet ground and a small amount is venting out.
TV Hwy is shut down from Murray to CHB, Pacific and
Western RR is also shut down, the car dealership is air
monitored and secured in place. NW Natural arrives
quickly and is able to shut down the line.


E67 called to a vehicle leaking gasoline in the parking lot of
New Seasons market. The owner will have the vehicle
towed but the tow company will not move it while leaking.
E67 covered the ground with kitty litter and diapered the
underneath of the vehicle with plastic and duct tape. The
tow truck took the vehicle

E65 controlled spill from non-injury MVA oer PD request.

SQT61 responded code 1 for a report of fuel leaking from a
vehicle. The driver reports she struck something, possibly a
vehicle's bumper' that was in the roadway. She drove for to
the Petsmart parking lot to pick up her dog and noticed she
was leaking gasoline. She contacted AAA who then advised
Fire Comm of the incident. SQT61 personnel found an odor
of gasoline near the vehicle, wet area under the vehicle,
but no active fuel leak at the time we were present. We
placed absorbant material under the vehicle. The vehicle
owner was standing by awaiting a tow she had already
requested.

Responded C1 on leaking fluids as a result of a MVA. E67
arrived to find a small amount of fuel leaking from the
vehicle. E67 put down absorbant to the affected area and
cleared the scene.
SQT-61 responded code 1 on the report of a smell of gas in
a heating room at a church. SQT-61 arrived and did notice a
slight odor but the gas monitor was not picking up any
readings. It was cold outside and the furnaces may have
fired off and some gas was released into the air. A
Northwest Natural Gas representative arrived on scene and
he was going to inspect the equipment for any problems.
SQT-61 cleared the scene.
SQT61 responded code 3 for a reported natural gas leak at
a construction site. SQT61 arrived to find a construction
crew working on installing sewer pipe in the street when
they dug up a natural gas line in the street. SQT61
personnel denied access to the area and awaited
Northwest Natural Gas crew's arrival. The gas company
personnel arrived, sealed off the leak and began working
on repairing the rupture. SQT61 cleared for quarters after
confirming no further need of assistance.

SQT61 responded code 1 for a report of propane leaking
from a BBQ supply tank. The RP's neighbor advises us that
the BBQ tank was filled several days ago on a cool morning.
Today's temperature is now above 80 degrees and the tank
began venting small quantities of gas as the pressure was
increasing. SQT61 personnel moved the tanks away from
the apartment building, relieved some of the tank pressure
and advised the RP's neighbor what was completed. The
neighbor interpreted (language barrier) for us as we
explained the problem found.

E67 responded to a reported natural gas leak at 14185 SW
Furlong Way. On arrival a construction crew stated that
they had struck a gas line with their track hoe. The
construction crew stated that they had all gas lines located
prior to work and this particular line was not identified.
The crew had covered the area with dirt prior to
evacuating. E67 denied any further entry to the area, and
ensured all residences in the immediate area were either
unoccupied or they residents were evacuated to a safe
distance. One home in the immediate area had their gas
shutoff and furnace shutoff. E67 remained on scene and
ensured all individuals were evacuated to a safe distance.
With the arrival of NW Natural Gas, E67 donned personnel
in full PPE and provided backup as crews dug around the
leak to determine the exact location of the break. It was
determined by NW Natural Gas personnel that a old
residential feeder line had separated from a main line, the
residential feeder no longer supported any homes. At the
request of NW Natural, E67 requested that PGE arrive on
scene in the event the leak could not be immediately
plugged to shut off power to nearby residences that were
presently unoccupied. NW Natural was able to plug the
Home owner was concerned he had flammable gas seeping
into his basement from a crack in the concrete floor. We
arrived to find no odors or obvious signs of flammables.
We used the our new 4 gas monitor (GIG), our
''hydrocarbon leak detector'' and the Hound spectrometer.
We found 0 LEL readings, 0 H2SO4 readings, no hits on the
leak detector, and no other abnormalities. We checked the
general basement, the crack, the floor drain, and the sewer
plumbing.

E-67 dispatched code 3 to a gas leak. E-67 arrived to find a
construction crew on scene that had been digging a trench
and they hit a natural gas line. E-67 cordoned off the area
and evacuated several residents near the leak. Northwest
Natural Gas arrived on scene and stopped the leak. E-67
cleared the scene.

E65 disp to possible toxic exposure at a jewelry store.
Upon our arrival two police vehicles on-scene and two
officers in this store. I made initial contact with the store
and was shown to the glass counters which had some of
the powder residue on them. The quantity was extremely
minimal and no personnel were experiencing any medical
issues, all denied need for any ems assessment. Store
personnel said a customer from the day before who was
unhappy had come in with a white powder in her hand
blowing it in the direction of each employee and voicing
some type of curse at each one of the employees and then
leaving. After consultation with hazmat sqt34 we cleaned
up the particles on the counter with paper towels and
cleared. BPD took samples from the glass to send to the
lab. The suspect was later contacted by PD and said the
substance was pottery clay powder.
SQT. 61 was dispatched to the report of a 50 gallon drum
of oil that spilled on the roadway. SQT.61 arrived to find
what turned out to be cooking oil that leaked out of the
back of a white truck and was tracked down the road for
about a quarter of a mile. The oil created a extremely
slippery and hazardous conditions for drivers. Sqt61 called
HM53 to the scene for consultation and absorbant. City of
Beaverton was also called to the scene and assisted in the
clean up. The dirty absorbant was removed with a street
sweeper and the city place fresh sand over the area for
traction. Sqt 61 cleared with City of Beaverton remaining
on scene.

E67 responded to a reported oil spill near the intersection
of SW Alexander and SW 170th Ave. On arrival E67
determined that the spill which was approximately two
inches in width and approximately one mile in length was
due to fuel dripping. E67 observed the fuel diluting with
the rain and based on the amount of fuel that had dripped
on the roadway and the location posed no immediate
threat. E67 followed the trail in an attempt to locate the
source and confirm that the spill had not worsened. With
no change in size or amount and no source located E67
cleared the call.

SQT61 responded code 1 for a report of a flatbed truck that
had leaked oil on the roadway. The spill was reported to be
5'' wide and 10' in length. SQT61 arrived to find a disabled
flatbed truck carrying a few compressed gas cylinders for
cargo. The driver reports his check engine light came on as
he stopped at the traffic light. He stopped the vehicle and
checked around it where he found oil leaking out of the
engine area onto the road surface. SQT61 personnel
placed absorbent material around the oil pool and also
placed absorbent on a portion of the narrow band of oil on
the roadway behind the vehicle. The driver already had a
tow requested and he had advised the tow company he
had an oil spill to take care of upon their arrival. Flares
were placed behind the vehicle to move traffic out of the
travel lane and SQT61 returned to quarters.
SQT61 was called code 1 by police for assistance with a
leaking semi-trailer fuel tank. A semi-truck and trailer had
exited onto SW 158 Ave from the Resers Fine Foods
parking lot when the semi-trailer came unhooked. The
trailer crushed the landing gear and came to rest on the
frame and a portion of the refer units fuel tank. The tank or
an attached fuel line suffered enough damage to cause a
small fuel leak at the scene. Personnel from Resers had
already placed absorbent material around the spill prior to
SQT61's arrival. SQT61 personnel placed more absorbent
on the spilled fuel. SQT61 cleared after Resers personnel
used a fuel pump and off loaded the majority of the diesel
from the fuel tank.


Sqt62 dispatched code one on a spill. Upon arrival, PD
already on scene. Approx. 1qt of diesel fuel had leaked
from the gas cap on the tank of a semi truck. Sqt62 aided in
fixing the cap, and scene turned over to PD.

Sqt 61 dispatched code one for a spill from an MVC.
Absorbant was spread on radiator fluid.
E61 dispatched to a reported spill at Resers. While
enroute, Fire Com called and asked for a phone consult.
After talking with them, they stated that they had
consulted C5 who agreed that sending E61 to investigate
first was appropriate. It was confirmed that an ammonia
leak was happening, but unsure how much. Arrived to find
a small attached wood building to a concrete tilt up with a
white plume coming out of it. RP on site stated that they
had alarms go off around 0130 of an ammonia leak. When
he investigated, he found the plume and shut off the king
valve at the base of the tank which left residual off gassing
at the attached building. 911 was called approximately an
hour after the leak started. E61 confirmed with the RP that
Perma Cool was enroute to help shut off the leak and that
none of the sensors were going off inside the building
(which are set at 20ppm). A walk through of the building
was done which confirmed no extension of the gas. Phone
consult with HAZMAT 53 who stated that the current plan
of waiting for Perma Cool RP to arrive was good and that
the leak was not getting worse. After Perma Cool RP
showed up, he stated that there was a valve that was not
shut off and that he could not go in there to do it. At that
HM53 was first notified of the possible hazardous materials
incident by Eng 61 when they had called of a hazmat
consult.
The Initial incident report from Eng 61 was that there was a
leak in the packing of one of the facilities pumps that are
used in their refrigerant system. The product reported to
be leaking was Ammonia. Staff had informed Eng 61 that a
representative from Perm-a-Cold was on their way to the
facility to secure the leak. Facility staff had also stated that
the system had been shut down, using the King valve, and
isolated to the piping around the leaking pump. After
consulting with Eng 61 it was determined that this was a
similar leak to a call that occurred it the same pump last
summer. Facility RP stated that this was a smaller leak. It
was determined during consult that Eng 61 would remain
on scene until Perm-a-cold rep arrived to secure the
leaking in the pump.
Once Perm-a-cold rep arrived it was found through air
monitoring that the PPM’s were too high for him to
make entry in the area to shut down the valving around the
leak. Rep stated that he would have to wait for the
PPM’s to significantly come down.

Eng 61 and HM53 determined that the incident should be
upgraded to a Hazmat response so crews were not waiting
around for the ammonia to dissipate to appropriate levels.

Hm53 was brief on all the situations that were occurring on
scene in a meeting with Eng 61 and C5. On arrival at scene
Dispatched cd 1 ref: Possible chemical spill at residential
apartment complex. HM 53/State HM Team 9 was contact
by TVFR C5 (Chief Cooper) via land line regarding a
possible chemical spill/exposure at residential apartment
complex. The initial reports were of a ''white granular
powder'' on a drain in the parking lot of the King Court
apartments in at the referenced address listed in the
report. Beaverton Public Works workers onsite discovered
a ''white powder'' on a drain grate in the complex. There
were also several residents who reported smelling a
''sulfur'' like smell in the area.
HM responded to location to assist TVFR SQT 61 with
identifying the possible hazard. HM 9 Entry entered the
identified HOT ZONE (20 ft perimeter of drain) in structural
turnouts/on air SCBA, and chemical gloves. The entry team
took in a PID and 2 CGI 3 gas detectors. No readings were
found during entry. A sample of the white powder was
taken and tested as well as the ''liquid'' in the storm drain
was tested with PH paper and a spill-fyter test strip-The
results of the liquid test showed a weak acid present. The
powder sample was tested with the Haz Mat ID IR sensor.
The results showed: Possible chemical ID of Calcium
Sulfate. After further investigation, it was determined that
Disp to assist broken down motorist with fluids leaking. RP
said his transmission blew and he has a tow truck on its
way. Fluid leaking from car. Absorbant put down and left
until tow truck arrives to remove car and absorbant.

E61 arrived to a vacant, two story, wood frame, residential
structure that had an exterior, natural gas leak five feet
from the gas meter. A NW Natural representative was on
scene PTA and stated that a pest control worker was
probing the exterior foundation of the structure when he
accidentally punctured the gas line. The NW Natural rep
shut the breaker off at the electrical panel, evacuated
several residents from their homes around the source,
requested PGE to the scene, and naturally ventilated the
structure. He took readings around the exterior of the
home, near the leak, and got 7% volume; over 100% LEL.
Approximately 45 minutes after our arrival, several other
NW Natural employees arrived on scene and ''pinched'' the
line off near the leak to mitigate the problem. We were
cleared from the scene minutes after a secondary air
sample was acquired by the NW Natural rep.
Sqt62 is dispatched for a report of fuel spilled on TV Hwy.
On through investigation, no evidence of a fuel spill is
located within a large area. Sqt62 clears without incident.

SQT62 arrived to find 3 of 4 residents standing in the front
yard area, approximately 50' from their residence. She is
reporting a strong ''rotten egg'' smell in the residence,
mainly in the basement area. Her husband in still in the
residence and refuses to evacuate. SQT62 investigated
and detected no mercaptan odor from the exterior of the
residence. Contact made with the male resident who is
stating that he opened the NG valve for his BBQ & began
smelling NG in the basement area of the home. He then
shut off the valve. All windows have been opened and the
odor is dissipating. A faint odor of mercaptan is noticed on
the first level & no levels are detected on the air monitor.
The basement has a stronger odor of mercaptan, but air
monitor continues to detect no levels of gas. Upon
investigation, there is a 1/2'' NG line running into the
bedroom from the outside, with a newly installed shut-off
valve installed. The male occupant stated that a wall
heater had recently been removed from that location and
that the NG line was never capped. When he turned on the
BBQ valve, it fed NG to the open line directly into the
bedroom. Just prior to our arrival, he hastily installed a
valve on this open line & opened all the windows. Air
E68 responds code 3 to a reported diesel spill at Bethany
Blvd. E68 and car 67 are unable to locate initially, but
eventually find a light sheen of petroleum product
spreading over a quarter mile area on Cornell and Bethany
Blvd. The quantity is light, less than a gallon over the entire
area. It is raining hard and their is no method or need to
mitigate. E68 returns to service.

Radiator fluid leaking from MVA, cleaned up.
E66 put down grease sweep on a transmission leak. PD
handled the rest of the call.
E67 responded C-1 to a spill. Upon our arrival we found
transmission fluid on TV HWY. Absorbant was applied to
the effected area.
E66 called code one to the report of a gasoline spill on
Murray Blvd. North of Scholls Ferry Rd. Arrived to find a
gas can in the middle of the roadway with approximately 2
gallons spilled onto the asphalt. E66 stopped leak and
contained spilled fuel via absorbent. No responsible party
on site. E66 disposed of waste product. Roadway
reopened.
E60 @ drill E2 handled call
E67 responds code 3 to a reported natural gas leak. E67
arrives. establishes command and investigates. A Frontier
Communications employee inadvertently punctured a gas
line in a below grade utility access for a residential area.
E67 added PD to secure traffic, contacted neighbors to
advise them and stay until NW Natural crews arrived took
over site of the leak and secured it. Frontier
Communication Employee POC Keith Lewarne. 503-530-
6158.

SQT62 responded on a natural gas leak due to a landscaper
hitting a line in the front yard with his tractor. NW Natural
arrived and took over the scene with SQT62 clearing in
service.
Arrived to find clean water services had dug through a 11/2
gas line, North west natural arrived at the same time and
mitigated the leak, E66 cleared.

Car 62 code 1 on a spill in front of the fire station. A semi
truck was broken down in the road and had to be towed. It
left a spill of hydraulic fluid in the center turn lane. Car 62
applied absorbant to the spill. Car 62 cleared the scene.

SQT62 arrived to find Tualatin Valley Water District on
scene. They were replacing a water main in the street
when they accidentally cut a 1/2 inch natural gas feeder
line to a structure. NW Natural gas was informed and they
responded to plug the leak. SQT62 pulled a 150'
preconnect, donned SCBA's and provided a protection line
for the NW Natural Gas rep that donned a flash suit and
went into the area to plug the leak. The leak was plugged
without incident and SQT62 restored the line and returned
to quarters.

CAR 62 dispatched and responded code 1 for an oil spill on
209th Ave south of TV highway. I arrived to find Metro
West ambulance positioned behind spill on scene of three
vehicle MVC with no injuries. A large pool of transmission
fluid was positioned in middle of left turn lane. I spread one
container of absorbant covering the area and cleared
scene.
Dispatched to spill at the corner of SW Hall and SW
Greenway. A Trimet Bus was in the left lane of traffic and
had drive axle issues and has fluids leaking on the ground.
E66 arrived and found a smaller bus for handicap persons
in the road way just NW of the intersection and trans axle
fluid all over the ground and running down the road. E66
provided a safe area for the FF's to work in and spread
absorbent over the oil. E66 touched base with BVPD who
was on scene, and E66 cleared.

E66 arrived to spilled white paint on the roadway.
According to the caller Mr. Larry McCarty 503-803-1487 he
noticed 3 five gallon leaking containers on the roadway and
called 911. The paint was spread by vehicles driving
through the paint over 200 ft. E66 crew spread absorbant
material and contacted PD and DOT for abatement. While
at the station Capt. Atkisson spoke over the phone with
Mrs Diane McDonald cell 503-888-5608 and hm 503-803-
1487. She was concerned about paint that had splattered
all over her car and in the wheel wells. I made inquiries on
her behalf to find additional information from the caller
and from WCCA dispatch but no additional information
regarding this incident was available.


E66 Responded to the above listed address on a reported
small gasoline spill. E66 arrived and was informed by the
homeowner that her 8 year old son accidentally spilled a
small amount of gasoline on the back patio. She stated
that he has behavior problems, but that she believes it may
have been an accident. E66 crew investigated the area and
deemed it safe. The child was talked to about the
importance of staying away from gas cans.

E53 responded on a leaking 5 gallon propane tank. Tank
was found disconnected from the BBQ sitting in the sun. A
smell of gas was noted from the tank. E53 tried to reseat
the fill valve but found that there was a slight leak from the
valve. E53 tried to tighten the valve again, and then
advised the home occupant to take the tank to a fill site to
get the tank checked.
Dispatched cd 3 ref: gas leak. Arrived at mobile home park
and met resident who led crews to location of broken line.
Line was a stub that was located in the grass approx 2 ft.
mobile home. Line was broken at ground level by a person
mowing the lawn. Exposure mobile home were evacuated
and fire line tape was placed blocking access both on the
front and the rear of the residence. northwest natural and
PGE responded to location. NWEST natural placed a
temporary plug at the leak point and released engine crew.


E66 dispatched code 3 on report of a strong natural gas
odor in the house. Upon arrival, the source of the odor was
found to be a gas can that had dumped over in the
backyard near a house vent. The container was righted and
moved away from the vent and natural ventilation was
allowed to occur to clear the odor from the house. E66
used the air monitor to confirm that there was no risk of
flammable gasses in the home. E66 went back in service.


Dispatched to a possible car fire on freeway. Upon arrival
found Jeep Cherokee that had ruptured a fuel line near the
rear of vehicle. No flames present and E35 initiated a
catchall leak containment pool with absorbant and
visqueen.
E-65 responded code 1 to reported leaking fluids secondary
to a non-injury MVC. E-65 arrived on the scene of a 2
vehicle MVC where two passenger vehicles had been
involved in a rear end type accident. Police on scene called
for our assistance when it was discovered that radiator
fluids were leaking out on the asphalt from one of the
vehicles. E-65 personnel investigated to discover a large
amount of coolant on the asphalt. 2 buckets of absorbent
were utilized and placed on leaking fluids and then both
vehicles were pushed off the roadway and onto the
shoulder where they were to await towing. ODOT was on
scene along with multiple police officers. Needing no
further assistance, E-65 cleared the scene for quarters.
E61 dispatched to assist NW Natural gas on a gas leak at
1845 SW Wynwood Ave. On arrival NW Natural advised
E61 that they were attempting to determine the size of the
leak and requested E61 to remain on scene while their
personnel were investigating. After taking samplings
throughout and under the structure NW natural
determined that the leak was minimal. With the source
turned off and the homeowner evacuated NW Natural
informed E61 that they could clear. NW Natural remained
on scene to mitigate the leak.
221, 271, and 212 responded for a fuel leak near the
intersection of S. Imnaha Rd. and Cottonwood Rd. SRPD on
scene advised us to approach from Circle 10.

271 arrived on scene first and found a 26' class C motor
home on the south side of Cottonwood road facing east.
There was a small fuel leak on the ground coming from the
area of the fuel tank.

212 and 221 arrived on scene and assumed Cottonwood
Command. We were unable to locate the exact location of
the leak because it was on the inside of the frame rail and
inaccessible. FF Wright attempted to place a handful of
plug and dike on the leak with limited success. We believe
that once the RV is leveled the leak should stop.

We waited on scene for Consolidated towing to show up
and assisted the driver by blocking the rear wheels on the
RV. The Consolidated driver was made aware of the leak.

No further actions taken.
Incident Report for Incident # 11151310
Natural Gas leak

Summary
212, 221, and 271 responded to 18 Cultus Lane for a
reported odor of natural gas in a residence. The gas was
shut off and CNG notified.

Dispatch Information
No additional information

On Scene
Arrived to a single story single family residence nothing
obvious from the street all occupants waiting in the
driveway. The owner greated us and said that when they
arrived at the house they detected a strong odor of natural
gas in the house and the garage.

We entered the front door with the CO detector and did
not detect an odor. Upon entering the garage we located
the hot water heater and the furnace both gas appliances.
We detected a strong odor of natural gas between the two
appliances and shut off the gas supply to both. Instructed
221 crew to shut off the gas at the meter and had dispatch
notify Cascade Natural Gas.

We talked to the home owner and advised them what we
had done and they agreed to wait forNorthto arrive. Also
Called for a natural gas leak near the CNG Woodlands golf
course. Initial dispatch address was the club house on N.
Course Ln. UTL at that location. The RP was calling from 12
Mugho Ln, so we went there to meet the RP. Upon arrival
in the area we located an odor of natural gas between 3
and 4 Vine Maple Ln. The odor was at the back of the
house near the golf cart path. The wind was light out of the
south and the occupants at 5 Vine Maple could not smell
the gas. We were UTL on any obvious source of the leak. I
had 911 notify Cascade Natural Gas for a response and area
check. Upon CNG's arrival the technician said he would
investigate and that we could clear.

212, 221 and 271 RTSIS.
10/30/2011 15:50:16 rs444 1409 ARRIVED AND FOUND OIL
SCHEME ON ROADWAY FROM HWY 212 TO HWY 224,
ADVISED DISPATCH OF CONDITIONS AND THEY WILL PAGE
OUT ODOT TO CHECK. RECALLED ALL FIRE APPARATUS
1409 CLEARED AND RETURNED TO STATION.

10/08/2011 18:20:49 brenth On 10/08/2011 at 17:40:08
dispatched To 13280 SE BOBBY BRUCE LN /Boring, OR
97009. The location is a Open land or field. The incident
was determined to be a(n) Gasoline or other flammable
liquid spill. 17:45:45 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: Hazardous materials spill
control and confine Units responding were: Unit 1409
responded. Unit E140 responded re-patched a crack in the
motorcycle tank with some plug and dike material, stood
the motorcycle up to prevent more leaking, and cut the
battery to prevent sparks. 1409 called C-Com regarding
what CCSO wanted to do with the mmotorcycle and they
were waiting to see what the pt wanted done with it. The
landowner heard the radio talk and is awaiting a call from
CCSO. 17:57:29 all units back in service. --------------------------
------------------------------------------------------ 10/10/2011
04:58:07 jm172 Ccom made contact with Deputy who
would check with motorcycle owner to determine a tow
destination, then call the property owner to inform him of
decision.


05/06/2011 13:30:06 rod On 05/05/2011 at 17:42:21
dispatched To 14280 SE 268TH CT /Boring, OR 97009. The
location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG).
17:47:42 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Investigate Units responding were:
Unit E140 responded and checked house for natural gas.
Upon entry no smell was evident, homeowner said it
smelled like someone cooking not rotten eggs. He was
using a gas fed fireplace and the furnace was gas. All rooms
and appliances were checked with the gas detector and
nothing found. All LEL reading were zero. He said the
furnace was just serviced and fine. I advised if he smelled
gas again please call us, until then the gas company has
better detecting equipment and they will check the home
for him also. 17:59:19 all units back in service. Lt Hunt
03/27/2011 18:21:48 mikes Responded to a leak on road
surfaces which we noticed as we responded. Leak was
noticed EB on Hwy. 212 from Richey Rd to the bottom of
Amisigger rd at Judd rd. Appears to be leaking Diesel fuel
from a semi. Noticed a large amount of tire tread also in
roadway that may have contributed to leak or vehicle. In
formed C-com to notify ODOT and county roads to
investigate. No action taken to abate already spilled fuels
on roadway. Ms

09/05/2011 13:08:31 sb101 Arrived on a two vehicle
accident blocking the intersection. Sq7 put down grease
sweep for the fluids and the assisted me with traffic until
the tows removed the vehicles from the road. Traffic was
heavy with people trying to get into the park. No further
action by FD. Captain Scott Ballard

TITLE:New Narrative [CRLF]SQ-7 RESPOND CODE ONE
TO A NON INJURY MVA WITH FLUID LEAKING, SQ-7 PUT
DOWN QUICK SORB AND TRAFFIC CONTROL

Responded to reported gasoline/diesel smell with
Brookings PD on scene. Arrived and found product which
had puddled on the south side of the intersection of
Memory Ln and Cypress St. The product appeared to be a
gasoline oil mixture consisting mostly of oil which had a
yellowish color. The product appeared to have come down
cypress street with rain runoff on the north side and then
ran across the intersection to the south side.

Product did not appear to have entered the storm drain
system located on the north side of the intersection and
was contained to the puddle on the south side and was
approximately 20-25 sqft in size and was estimated to be
less than 1(one) gallon of spilled product.

Upstream area on Cypress was checked for possible source
of the spill by BPD with negative results.

Numerous absorbent pads were placed on the spill to
absorb the product and will be picked up by Brookings
DPW who were notified of the spill but unable to respond
due to a large water line break.

No further action.
This was a problem with a vehicle dumping hydraulic fluid
on the road at the intersection of 101 and Constitution. We
put down some absorbant material to soak up the fluid.

Dispatched to two leaking propane tanks at the residence.
Arrived and met with RP who stated she had just taken two
portable propane tanks out of storage and that the started
to his and smell like propane. I observed a 4.7 and a 7.1
gallon propane tanks sitting on the lawn away from the
residence. Both had some minor hissing and a odor of
propane. Both tanks were moved to another location in
the shade away from the structure and the leaking stopped
or slowed greatly. Both tanks appeared to be shut off,
however the valve on the larger tank would not operate.

It appeared that since both tanks had been in storage and
had not leaked, being brought into the sun caused them to
start leaking as RP stated that she had not operated the
valves. As the tanks were not causing any immediate
danger RP was advised to contact a propane vendor in the
morning to have them try and reclaim the propane or assist
in fixing or disposing of the tanks.

RP was advised to contact 911 should the tank leakage get
worse.

No further action.




Gas leak on stove called gas comp.
Req All Available Burns Fire Dept Personnel Respond to
Burns Fire Hall for Hazmat situation

Strong odor of Natural Gas from Williams Pipeline pump
station. BC-6 contacted Williams Pipeline, they are sending
R.P..
Horizontal boring struck NGAS line. Contractor waited one
hour then called 911. Area evacuated; NW Natural on
scene; no gas found in residences. CUB secured power.
NGAS line secured and NW Natural authorized
reoccupation of residences. No injuries sustained.

CCSO ON SCN, REQ FIRE FOR HAZ MAT SPILL...6 FT BY 12
FT, AREA OF BATTERY ACID OIL DUMP TRUCK OFF ROAD,
ROAD BLOCKED, BC6 COMMAND. SPILL HAS BEEN
CONTAINED
Patrons of Snap Fitness arrived and noted an odor they
believed to be NGAS inside business. Crews maintained 2 in
/ 2 out and investigated. No NGAS (zero LEL0 on monitor,
however a strange odor was identified in the occupancy
and on roof. NW Natural also could not identify and
NGAS...odor most probably sewer gas odor around
structure.
Stump grinder struck residential gas line. Units in the
immediate area checked by us an NW Natural....no gas
inside. Stood by until leak secured by NW Natural

C-63 on scene, leaking BBQ.
Reported smell of sulfur approx half hour ago outside
between units 12&13. Nothing noted on arrival.

Report of natural gas odor. Reporting party states meter
was hissing with odor of natural gas. On arrival no odor
detected outside of complex or inside of of residents. Gas
monitor reads 0. Northwest Natural Gas on scene, will
check meter and area.

Called to evacuated 2 story residence for smell of natural
gas. 3 firefighters on air entered and investigated with gas
detector. No LEL or other abnormal readings found. Re-
entered structure off air to find odor of natural gas in the
kitchen only. Caused natural ventilation of secured
structure, turned off gas service, called NW Natural and
stood by until NW Natural arrived.

Gas leak at meter White Bird Gallery. NW Natural advised,
meter was shut off by Jon Moon not advised to do so.
CBFR cleared and 3201 remained on scene until gas
company arrived.
Arrived on scene to fuel spilled on Pine St from the N
bound onramp and westbound into the intersection.
Absorbent and was applied by both 7701 and ODOT to stop
the spread and pick up what was on the ground. After the
absorbent was done, it was swept up thrown away by
ODOT.
7701 responded to reported fuel leak at gas station. Upon
arrival and investigation, noted approx less than five
gallons of gasoline on ground that spilled over while fueling
car. 7701 used towels from gas station and assisted
personnel absorbing gas. At request of manager, covered
area of gas with very small amount of water/foam. No run
off noted from gas/water mix.
Dispatched to a reported gas leak in the area. Arrived to
find a standard BBQ size propane cylinder turned on to
drain in the front yard of 211 corcoran. 7711 controlled
leaking gas by turning off the cylinder. UTL for the occupant
initially. Located the responsible at a neighbors home an he
advised the the valve is slightly leaking and he was draining
the tank to dispose of it. Advised to let the valve leak over
the next few days or remove the cylinder to a remote area
where there would be no ignition hazard. Returned.


Dispatched to a potential hazmat, white powder in an
envelope. Arrived to find the manager of the Medford
postage facility advising she had an employee find a small
amount of white powder in a piece of returned mail while
handling the mail by hand. This piece of mail did not
receive processing from the automated machines with
threat sensors built in. Advised the Haz-Mat duty officer via
the Medford BC (Goodson). Goodson arrived and
transferred the sample to Medford Fire Station 6 for an
analysis by members of the HM team. 7711 stood by on
scene until the further investigation was complete and
reveled the sample was a protein compound of some type.
UTL for a specific threat we returned.


7701 responded to reported natural gas leak in a house.
Upon arrival and investigation, UTL leak. Smell of natural
gas noted. Opened windows of house to ventilate. Four
gas monitor unable to detect explosive gas. Gas possibly
came from accidental turning of knob on gas stove without
ignition. Homeowner advised to continue airing out house
through afternoon. 7701 RTQ.
Upon arrival found a gas fed fire impinging on combustible
liquid containers. Flame heights were roughly 50 feet in the
air. 7701 crews set up a master stream to cool the tank.
The gas was shut off by Avista which put the fire out. 7702
crew checked for exposures, and assisted 7701. Plant
personnel arrived prior to Avista and were able to inform
us as to what was in the containers. They also advised were
the gas shutt off valve was, but it was determined to wait
for Avista to shut the gas off.Mutual aide was received by:
District 4, District 5, Rogue River, and Medford for a tender
water shuttle operation in order to supply the master
stream set up.GW 4-11-2011Refer to DFM Fuss
investigation report for addition information. 4-11-2011




7711 responded to report of fuel leaking from fueling
pump. On scene to find consumer had over filled her fuel
tank and spilt gasoline on to concrete ramp of fueling
station. Fuel was contained to fueling area. Consumer
approximated she had over filled her vehicle with
approximately 3 gallons. 7711 utilized stations spill
material to contain spill and turned scene over to retailers
maintenance personnel. 7711 RTQ.

Dispatched to gasoline leak on a passenger vehicle. Arrive
with a vehicle pulled over to side of road active drip from
fuel line. Determined fitting was loose and tightened
connection. Hazard abated, RTQ.

Dispatched code 1 for a possible oil leak near milepost 40
on Highway 36. 501 arrived in the area to find a small
sheen of oil from milepost 40 to 40.5. Sheen was deemed
a non-hazard and information was turned over to Oregon
Department of Transportation for followup.
Lane Rural and Lake Creek Fire units were dispatched to a
report of a spill of approximately 10-15 gallons of fuel from
a vehicle in front of the Low Pass Market.Engine 541 and
2611 arrived to find a vehicle pulled off the side of the
highway with a sheen of petroleum mixed in with rain
runoff traveling towards a storm drain near the front of the
business. Kitty litter was used to block the initial flow of the
fuel run off from the storm drain. After further
investigation it was found that the storm drain fed into the
roadside drainage ditch. This ditch does empty into the
Long Tom river approximately 300 feet south of the storm
drain. After arrival of ODOT, additional material was
placed to reinforce the dike in place keeping fuel from the
storm drain. An additional dam was constructed midway
between the opening of the culvert and the river. No
observable fuel was noted at the site of the second dam.
ODOT units assumed control of the scene and will be
facilitating cleanup of any fuel that made it into the ground
or surrounding area.




Reported an offensive oder inside building. Seamed to be
making people feel ill. Evacuated building. No Spill.
Someone had mixed two different cleaning chemicals
together and started off gassing. Staffed contacted SMAF
for advise and clean up.

3173 was dispatched to Chiloquin for a report of a 10
gallon diesel spill at the Pacific Pride fuel station. 3173 was
cancelled by 3183 company officer because he thought it
was a mistaken dispatch for 3173. 3173 did no respond.LPB

School Bus Driver was fueling a school bus when the filter
assembly came apart and sprayed diesel. Approximately 3
gallons of diesel was sprayed. Diesel contaminated the
front right side of the bus. The bus driver was soaked with
diesel from the waist to feet. The School Bus owner is
Klamath County School District 10501 Washburn Way
Klamath Falls Oregon 97603 . Bus #2. Driver Kathleem L.
Pruss 11/11/1955 P.O. Box 33 Chiloquin, Oregon 97624.
Called to the above address for a large odor of gas from
inside the residence. Occupant states she came home from
church and smelled the odor so she got her neighbor to
come over and smell it as well and she confirmed the odor.
They then called 911 and exited the building. Upon arrival
we had a single story single family wood frame
construction house approx 1100 sq ft with nothing visible. I
made contact with the occupant and the neighbor and had
them move a little further from the house. Then Lt. Biehn
and I made entry into the house both of us were in full PPE
to include SCBA. Lt. Biehn had the gas monitor and I
opened all of the windows and doors that I could get
opened. We then exited the building and waited about 10
minutes with the reading of no explosive levels in the
house and 10 minutes of airing out we then made entry
without SCBA's and found no odor of gas, we also checked
the pilot light on both the stove and water heater the
furnace was shut off they were working correctly and we
found no problem. We then waited for the gas company to
arrive and we turned the scene over to him and cleared.


We were called to the above address for a gas leak, upon
arrival the owner met us and stated to us that he found his
meter leaking natural gas around the meter it self and he
got the meter shut off, then he opened all windows and
doors to ventilate, I walked into the smell of gas in the
garage fairly heavy, We waited approximate 24 minutes
and then did a walk through the house again and found no
odor of natural gas. The gas company had not yet arrived
but as there was no hazard. Eng. 4 cleared the scene and
returned to quarters.
Called to the above location for a full size van with gasoline
pouring out of it and law enforcement on scene. Arrived to
find a full size van with gasoline slowly dripping out from
underneath the rear drivers side and a small wet area of
gasoline on the pavement Approx 3 feet x 4 feet in area. I
looked under the vehicle and found that the hose
connecting the fuel tank to the fill spout had rotted
through and this is where the fuel was leaking from. I asked
the owner how much fuel she thought was in the tank and
she stated none. She did not think it was going to make
home the last time they drove it. I asked her if she had
some kitty litter and a neighbor stated she did. She went
and got it for us. It was a brand new bucket of litter. We
spread it on the fuel tha had spilled on the ground and
used the bucket to catch any remaining fuel, although the
leak had stopped by this time. I instructed the owner to
sweep the kitty litter around and let it set for 20-30
minutes. I then informed her to sweep it up and all should
be fine. We cleared and returned. Punctuation, grammer
and spelling corrections made by R. Palmer.




TITLE:New Narrative        [CRLF]Responded c-1 to a report of
a large fuel spill on the on ramp to Southbound I-205 from
Gladstone. While enroute I asked for a GFD unit and E-102
responded. GFD arrived just ahead of us and went down
the on ramp. From our location at the off ramp we could
see the large spill started just prior to the on ramp and
appeared to be a considerable spill of an oily substance.
We decided to close off the on ramp and we did so by
blocking access with the truck, cones, flares, and road signs
that were left. I asked for OSP, and ODOT to respond. We
continued to keep the on ramp closed for about 30
minutes until an OSP trooper arrived and I requested GFD
to respond back to our location. When E-102 arrived back
at our location they cleared us and took over the scene
with OSP.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]At 0745 hours on Thursday
April 14, 2011 we were dispatched to a gas leak. Two units
were assigned to this incident. Five personnel responded.
We arrived on scene at 0751 hours and cleared at 0755
hours after searching the area./ We were not able to locate
any natural gas in the area. The incident occurred at On SE
HUBBARD Rd at SE 132ND Ave, CLACKAMAS in District
CC41. The local station is S8. The general description of this
property is residential street, road or residential driveway.
No mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1104775 has been
assigned to this incident.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]At 1059 hours on Thursday
August 25, 2011 we were dispatched to a gas leak. Two
units were assigned to this incident. Four personnel
responded. We arrived on scene at 1108 hours and cleared
at 1111 hours. The incident occurred at On SE HWY 212 at
SE 135TH Ave, CLACKAMAS in District CC41. The local
station is S8. The general description of this property is
highway or divided highway. The primary task(s) performed
at the scene by responding personnel was investigation. No
mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]Smell of gas reported by passing car -
single caller only. E8 was UTL. Monitored air samples
however no changes found over normal
air.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1111554 has been assigned
to this incident.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Gas smell and hissing sound
from gas station. T4 arrived and talked with Gas tanker
truck driver unloading cargo - he informed T4 that when
diesel gets unloaded the vapor is not collected and is
allowed to escape through vent pipes. This is what was
heard and smelled - no danger but normal operating
procedure.


TITLE:             [CRLF]E6 called to fuel spill. Arrived to
find 1994 toyota pickup with small amount of gasoline on
ground under it. Driver states pickup died and after he
pulled to side of the road noticed it was leaking fuel. Upon
our arrival fuel no longer leaking. E6 spread absorbant on
fuel on ground and stoodby until vehicle on back of tow
truck. No other hazards noted.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]At 1652 hours on Friday
April 8, 2011 we were dispatched and responded C1 to a
gasoline or other flammable liquid spill. One unit was
assigned to this incident. Four personnel responded. We
arrived on scene at 1700 hours and were cancelled by
CCSO on scene, we cleared at 1701 hours. The incident
occurred at On SE SUNNYSIDE Rd at SE 152ND Dr,
CLACKAMAS in District CC8. The local station is S6. The
general description of this property is residential street,
road or residential driveway. The primary task(s)
performed at the scene by responding personnel was
standby. No mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1104531 has been
assigned to this incident.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]E8 dispatched to check a
house that had a prior gas leak. E8 responded code
1.[CRLF][CRLF]Homeowner stated that his housekeeper left
the gas stove on about an hour ago. He wanted his house
checked for residual gas.[CRLF][CRLF]E8 used gas monitor
to check the house. No readings found.[CRLF][CRLF]E8 clear

TITLE:New Narrative   [CRLF]E1/BC2 DISP TO POSS
NATURAL GAS LEAK AT THE ONE MONARCH BLDG ON THE
CORNER OF 93RD AVE AND SUNNYSIDE. E1 ARRIVED TO
FIND A LARGE GROUP OF PEOPLE EVACUATED WAITING ON
THE FRONT STEPS OF THE BLDG. UPON ARRIVAL,
OCCUPANTS STATED TO E1 CREW THAT THERE WAS A
SMELL OF ''BURNING PLASTICS,'' AND ''BURNED
POPCORN,'' BUT NO REPORTS OF NATURAL GAS OR
ROTTEN EGGS. E1 MADE ACCESS USING A BLDG REP'S KEY'S
TO INVESTIGATE. E1 WALKED THE ENTIRE FLOORS ON 3
AND 4 WHERE THE OCCUPANTS REPORTED THE SMELL
WITH NO FINDINGS. E1 ALSO INSPECTED THE GAS MAIN
WITH NO UNUSUAL FINDINGS. E1 WAS UNABLE TO LOCATE
ANY SMELL AT ALL AND VERIFIED ON THE GAS MONITOR
WAS NORMAL READINGS. THE BLDG MAINTENANCE REP
ARRIVED AND STATED HE HAS HAD PROBLEMS IN THE
EVENINGS WITH ENVIRONMENTAL ODORS FROM THE
AREA GETTING PULLED INTO THE HVAC SYSTEM WHEN
ONE OF THE 2 HVAC UNITS SHUTS DOWN FOR THE NIGHT.
MAINT TECH STATED HE WOULD WALK THE BLDG AND
CALL 911 IF ANY OTHER PROBLEMS ARISE. E1 / BC2
CLEARED.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]At 1529 hours on Thursday
October 27, 2011 we were dispatched to a gas leak. Two
units were assigned to this incident. Four personnel
responded. We arrived on scene at 1534 hours and cleared
at 1546 hours. The incident occurred at 15059 SE OREGON
TRAIL Dr, CLACKAMAS in District CC8. The local station is
S6. The general description of this property is residential.
The primary task(s) performed at the scene by responding
personnel was investigation. No mutual/automatic aid was
given or received.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1114720 has
been assigned to this incident.[CRLF][CRLF]E6 arrived with
BC2 and made contact with Dorothy Harris, the
homeowner. She claims that she smells the odor of natural
gas in her house. E6 used the air monitor inside and did
not get alerts on any problems. The air was normal.
Dorothy Harris then proceeded to inform me that if we
can't find any odor, then she should call the FBI. I inquired
about if she had any family members, she said that she had
children living in the area but they have told her not to call
them. She would not provide me the phone numbers to
the children. [CRLF]I informed Dorothy that she has made
numerous 911 calls in the past and the calls have become
more frequent. I told her that there was zero times and
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]E6 responded to a reported
''Gas Leak'' upon arrival e6 utilized the atmospheric
monitor and recorded no abnormal levels. NWNG was
notified to respond and needed to tie in with the
homeowner regarding specific concerns that she had.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Dispatched to possible gas
leak, located piping which was making noise due to
pressure and product moving through the line. No leak was
detected.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]At 1037 hours on Monday
September 5, 2011 we were dispatched to a gasoline or
other flammable liquid spill. One unit was assigned to this
incident. Four personnel responded. We arrived on scene
at 1044 hours and cleared at 1048 hours. The incident
occurred at 15301 SE 92ND Ave, CLACKAMAS in District
CC13. The local station is S8. The general description of this
property is school, non-adult. The primary task(s)
performed at the scene by responding personnel was
investigation. No mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]E8 arrived to find a substance
splashed on the building and walkway to the entrance of
the school. We spoke with the RP and she stated she was
at the school last night at 1900 hours and returned this
morning around 0900 to find this. There is a five gallon
bucket on the front steps which is approximately 1/5th full
of a dark liquid. This same liquid which appears to be
splashed on the building and walkway. It has the smell and
color of creosote. CCSO is enroute, and she was advised to
contact her insurance company as there is damage to the
property. [CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1112153 has been
assigned to this incident.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Excavating company that hit
an unmarked Natural Gas line while digging in street.
Second gas line was marked but 11' South of line that was
hit. T4 and BC2 arrived and checked area with gas monitor
and notified closest residence of problem. Residence
declined T4 entry into house to check but thanked T4
anyway.[CRLF][CRLF]NW Natural Gas arrived and took
control of incident with excavating company. T4 cleared
with NW Natural on scene.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]At 0918 hours on Sunday
December 25, 2011 we were dispatched to a gasoline or
other flammable liquid spill. One unit was assigned to this
incident. Four personnel responded. We arrived on scene
at 0925 hours and cleared at 0928 hours. The incident
occurred at 15901 SE 82ND Dr, CLACKAMAS in District
CC13. The local station is S8. The general description of this
property is vehicle parking area. The primary task(s)
performed at the scene by responding personnel was
investigation. No mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]E8 arrived to find the parking and
service area of the Cheveron gas station with a sheen of oil
on it. The RP was advised to contact management for clean
up soulutions. [CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1117639 has
been assigned to this incident.


TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]E8 dispatched on a fuel leak
from a vehicle in the Shell parking lot.[CRLF][CRLF]Call
came from CCSO deputy, who had the vehicle pulled
over.[CRLF][CRLF]Vehicle plate: 913 DXH
Oregon[CRLF][CRLF]The driver states he just put $10 worth
of gasoline in the vehicle. The vehicle has two gas
tanks.[CRLF]Steady stream of fuel coming from the fill hose
to the tank. This hose had several holes and we were
unable to control the leak from the hose.[CRLF][CRLF]The
hose was cut and the fuel tank drained. Approx. 14 gallons
removed from the tank. The fuel was disposed of in the
waste fuel barrel at the Shell station.[CRLF][CRLF]The driver
was advised to disposed of the spill tray properly at
Metro.[CRLF][CRLF]Absorbent was applied to the parking
lot. Gas station personnel stated they would pick up the
absorbent later.[CRLF][CRLF]Driver and owner info on
persons involved tab.[CRLF][CRLF]E8 clear
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]At 1157 hours on Monday
September 12, 2011 we were dispatched to a gas leak. Ten
units were assigned to this incident. Twenty-eight
personnel responded. We arrived on scene at 1203 hours
and cleared at 1251 hours. The incident occurred at 16081
SE 98TH Ave, CLACKAMAS in District CC17. The local station
is S8. The general description of this property is specialty
shop. The primary task(s) performed at the scene by
responding personnel was investigation. No
mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]RP reports gas leak in warehouse of
his business. General manager of business was with
employees when they heard a loud ''pop'' overhead in
warehouse causing immediate release of natural gas under
high pressure from a pipe in the ceiling. Employees
evacuated business and noticed gas meter in a ''free flow''.
[CRLF][CRLF]E8 arrived to find strong smell of natural gas
odor from nearby. E8 evacuated area including adjacent
business. Gas shut off at meter and occupancy ventilated
via natural means. NW Gas arrived and metered structure
with no signs of residual gas in occupancy and neighboring
business. No damage of pipe detected by E8's crew.
Occupant advised to contact landlord for repairs.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]At 1915 hours on Thursday
January 20, 2011 we were dispatched to a gas leak. Two
units were assigned to this incident. Five personnel
responded. We arrived on scene at 1922 hours and cleared
at 1927 hours. The incident occurred at 16504 SE 82ND Dr,
CLACKAMAS in District CC13. The local station is S8. The
general description of this property is multifamily dwelling.
The primary task(s) performed at the scene by responding
personnel was investigation. No mutual/automatic aid was
given or received.[CRLF][CRLF]E8 responded to what was
believed to be a natural gas leak inside an apartment. Upon
arrival it was determined there was no gas to the
apartment. The source of the odor is undetermined as E8 is
not able to locate any odor inside or outside the
unit.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1100964 has been
assigned to this incident.


TITLE:New Narrative [CRLF]E-8 RESPOND TO THE SMELL
OF GASOLINE CHECKED BUILDING WITH GAS MONITOR,
NOTHING FOUND E-8/BC3 CLEARED
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Dispatched for a vehicle
leaking fuel. Arrived to find a small leak, it appeared that
the leak was coming from the fuel pump of the vehicle and
was only a problem when the vehicle was running. Vehicle
to be towed by owner. Excessive travel time due to this
being a code one call.

TITLE:New Narrative    [CRLF]E1 called to parking lot of
Kohl's Department Store on fluid leaking form car. Arrive
to MVA in perking lot minor amount of fluid from radiator.
Abosorbant down clear to next call.

TITLE:New Narrative        [CRLF]E1 responded to smell of gas
in back room at Target. On scene E1 crew smelled faint
smell of odor consistent with natural gas in back room. Gas
detector picked up no reading. I recommend NW Natural
to continue and investigate further. I advised manager to
call us back is smell increased or did not dissipate entirely
within an hour. E1 clear.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Called on odor of NG. found
nothing upon arrival and investigation. Advised to call again
if condition reoccured.
ruptured fuel tank by Rainier Towing Company while
removing vehicle from embankment. Spill of Gasoline
approximately 10 gallons on highway diked by shoulder
gravel. Spill ascorbant pads and absorbent granules laid
down by tow company. Fire department laid down
additional absorbent granules and applied class b foam for
continued car removal. Car removed without incident of
fire Dike materials placed in metal containers and removed
by tow company. Foam diluted for ODOT sand truck.
ODOT remained on scene to watch spill.

Diesel spill on road way. County roads notified via dispatch

Found what appears to be a petroleum product leaking
from a passing vehicle. No action taken.
Report of Diesel spill on Beaver Falls Rd at intersection of
depot rd. Small quanity found mixed with motor oil
container located. Referred to County Road Department
who sanded rd and was on scene. No further action
required on incident reported to c-com

Small oil spill. Rain washing it down street drain. Appears to
have leaked from passing vehicle. No source found.
Dispatched to report of lvl 3 hazmat spill on Howard drive
with diesel running down road. Arrived to find large spill
running down road and into city storm drains and exiting
into a drainage area. City, OERS, DEQ contacted and
alerted. Roadway was damed around drains and ascorbant
pads were placed on large areas of spill. Estimate 50 - 200
gallon spill. Cowlitz Clean sweep contacted for clean up.
Contact with Responsible party was made and details of
clean up contractor given.

Turning point store, smell of propane throughout store and
back shop. Found propane tank on hyster in shop to be
leaking slowly, ventilated, air monitored, removed leaky
tank and placed in safe location outside, notified tank
owner, allowed reentry of occupants after gas monitoring
showed safe. Tanks owner is Robert Kaiser, phone of 503-
728-2771.




On 07/19/2011 at 19:40:00 dispatched To 2nd CT & Hall
AVE /Coos Bay, OR 97420. The location is a Street, Other.
The incident was determined to be a(n) Chemical spill or
leak. 19:48:00 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Investigate Identify, analyze
hazardous materials Determine if materials are non-
hazardous Units responding were: Unit 304 responded.
Unit 307 responded. 20:14:00 all units back in service.

On 05/16/2011 at 13:13:00 dispatched To 200 S 2nd ST
/Coos Bay, OR 97420. The location is a Textile, wearing
apparel sales. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas
leak (natural gas or LPG). 13:16:00 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Hazardous
materials leak control & containment Units responding
were: Unit 307 responded. 13:30:00 all units back in
service. Sealy Mattress delivery truck hit a LNG valve
causing significant leak. Controlled scene, denied entry,
deployed hoseline as a precaution. NW NG employee
turned off valve in the street. Driver: Mike Anderson
12/29/51 (503)849-8325, Tractor: IND 1044304, Trailer:
TENN T527899
R8 RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF A TOXIC EXPOSURE. MW
ARRIVED FIRST AND ADVISED THAT THERE WERE NO PT.
R8 CONTINUED TO SCENE. R8 OFFICER MADE CONTACT
WITH RP. RP STATED THAT A FREON LINE HAD BEEN CUT
DURING A CONCRETE CUTTING OPERATION. RP HAD A
MAINTENANCE WORKER IN ROUTE TO CONTROL LEAK. R8
PERSONNEL ENSURED ALL CIVILIANS WERE EVACUATED
FORM THE BUILDING. MAINTENANCE WORKER ARRIVED
AND WAS ABLE TO TURN OFF THE GAS. C4 WAS CALLED
AND ARRIVED ON SCENE. C4 MADE CONTACT WITH RP
AND MAINTENANCE WORKER TO ENSURE BUILDING WAS
SAFE FOR ENTRY. BUILDING WAS CLEARED FOR ENTRY BY
C4. R8 RETURNED TO QUARTERS.
On 05/26/11 at 12:09:38 dispatched To E MAIN ST & I-5
S/Cottage Grove, OR 97424. The location is a Street or
road in commercial area. The incident was determined to
be a(n) Oil or other combustible liquid spill. 12:19:43
arrived on scene. The following involvements were noted:
Name/Business Name Involvement Type ----------------------
----------------------------- CGPD, Assist Reporting Party
The following actions were performed on scene:
Investigate Hazardous materials spill control and confine
Notify other agencies. Units responding were: Unit 211
responded. 12:30:56 all units back in service.
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Dispatched to assist CGPD with used motor oil spill on city
street. Spread absorbant material on spill. CGPD requested
public works to complete cleanup. No further action taken.
PH


On 11/10/11 at 20:12:27 dispatched To 1205 HWY 99
/Cottage Grove, OR 97424. The location is a Department
or discount store. The incident was determined to be a(n)
Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 20:17:32 arrived on scene.
The following involvements were noted: Name/Business
Name        Involvement Type ------------------------------------------
--------- Davis, Victoria M    Reporting Party Bucknam,
Amy M           Employee Timmerman, Robert              Manager
The following actions were performed on scene:
Investigate Ventilate Hazardous materials leak control &
containment Units responding were: Unit 210 responded.
Unit 211 responded. Unit 219 responded. 20:53:57 all
units back in service.
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+ Dispatched to possible gas leak in thrift store, center of
strip mall complex. RP Davis states Bucknam reported
strange, sulfur odor in register area. Investigation found
strong sulfur, gas odor in intake area. Bucknam reports
noting HVAC blowing cold air in that area. Davis tripped
breaker for furnace in immediate area, evacuated and
called 911. 211 reported sulfur like smell upon arrival,
nothing noted on gas meter. Search of store found nothing
On 05/15/11 at 16:32:43 dispatched To 125 GATEWAY
BLVD /Apr 35/Cottage Grove, OR 97424. The location is a
Multifamily dwelling. The incident was determined to be
a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 16:37:53 arrived on
scene. The following involvements were noted:
Name/Business Name                 Involvement Type ---------------------
------------------------------ Salazar, Victor        Occupant
Salazar, Alma              Reporting Party The following actions
were performed on scene: Investigate Notify other
agencies. Hazardous materials leak control & containment
Units responding were: Unit 211 responded. 16:57:08 all
units back in service.
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+ Dispatched to natural gas leak in single unit of multi-unit
apartment complex. Occupants stated they had contacted
gas company which was en route. Stated all applianced
working as normal. Gas odor noted in kitchen area.
Checked water heater, furnace, and stove/oven with gas
meter fining nothing. Checked function of stove, working
properly. Checked oven found improper ignition of lower
burner. Turned off supply to oven/stove, bled pressure
On 10/07/11 at 13:37:51 dispatched To MP 179.5 I-5
S/Gettings Creek Rest Area/Cottage Grove, OR 97424. The
location is a Vehicle parking area. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Oil or other combustible liquid spill.
13:51:34 arrived on scene. The following involvements
were noted: Name/Business Name                    Involvement Type ----
----------------------------------------------- Oregon Dept. of Trans.,
Other The following actions were performed on scene:
Provide manpower Hazardous materials spill control and
confine Units responding were: Unit 227 responded. Other
aid given: OREGON STATE POLICE 14:14:26 all units back in
service. Assisted ODOT with covering diesel spill in south
bound rest area.


22foot Cruiseline powerboat was sinking in the slip.
Gasoline and Oil were escaping form the hull. Jefferson
County FD 1 controlled the spill with boom and absorbent
pads. 1340 and 1345 crews recovered boat pumped it out
and floated it. Vessel was removed from the waterway.

Dispatched to oil spill at East Ellendale and North Kings
Valley Highway; applied Dry Sweep to absorb oil.
Minor motor vehicle accident (single car); radiator fluid
leak on the ground. Engine 101 applied Dry Sweep to
contain fluid.
Dispatched to spill from tractor at milepost 7 on Kings
Valley Highway; tractor had hydraulic line failure, spilling
approximately five gallons of fluid. Applied Dry Sweep to
spill.

Tractor/Owner Information: Owner Luke LaFayette;
Operator Joe Erhart of 452 POWDERHORN CT SE, SALEM
OR 97317-5261 (503-917-1161); Molene Brand Tractor.

Called to a fuel spill starting or ending at the park and ride
at Falls City Road and Kings Valley Highway; other end of
spill is at Weston Road; don't know which end is which.
Called ODOT to judge the safety of the road. ODOT applied
a solution to breakdown the diesel.

Fuel spill at address. Engine 101 held in quarters;
investigated; found small Chevy pickup (ZSD487). Wheel
grease and gear oil coating the inside of pickup; heavy rain
was washing it out, then down gutter to drain. Minimal
actual hazmat involved.
Dispatched to possible odor of propane. Approximately
one hour prior, complainant's sister states smelled propane
in kitchen. Closed house; evacuated; unknown why waited
to call 9-1-1. Engine 110 gas meter investigate odor in
residence; nothing found. No burners on; LPG tank intact;
no damage to line. No outside odor. Advised occupants to
call back if odor returns. Returned to quarters.

Arrived with DPD already on scene. They stated that a
barbecue was on and that they shut it off. There was still a
strong odor in the area. NW Natural Gas was called while
we were en route. Decided to keep them coming to make
sure the barbecue was the problem. NW Natural Gas
arrived and cleared the scene. All units cleared.
Called to home with smell of propane. Duty 127 arrived,
smelled gas, closed hose. Crew entered with SCBA to assess
appliances, then turned off propane from outside of house.
Horizontal ventilation, then reassess. Smell was actually
ammonia. Researched for quite some time. Albany Hazmat
consulted; possible set up ammonia analyzer. Discovered it
was propane/electric refrigerator using anhydrous
ammonia as refrigerant. Confirmed leak, removed unit
from house, cleaned leak, notified owner of options. Crews
wore full PPE, SCBA, and two pairs of nitrile gloves.




Duty 110 and Engine 101 dispatched to natural gas smell.
Checked area located. Pocket of natural gas near building.
Requested NW Natural Gas Company to respond. Gas
company arrived; identified concern; called out fire crew
for standby. Engine 101 and Duty 110 cleared.

Dispatch received request from natural gas company for
assistance with traffic control at major gas concern. Crews
responding need to keep people out of area. Two-inch gas
line leaking. Waited for gas company to access leak; close
off line; access plan of action. Natural gas company to set
up traffic control; fire released by natural gas company.


Dispatched to natural gas leak; arrive to find mini-
excavator (off) at site. half-inch yellow poly gas line torn;
leaking gas. Residence evacuating on arrival. Confirmed
NW Natural Gas Company contacted. Contractor on site.
Closed road to traffic for 250 feet in both directions. Made
contact with resident next door (upwind); no odor of gas.
Used gas monitor to confirm no gas; reading normal. On
arrival of NW Natural Gas Company, provided two
firefighters in full Personal Protective Equipment on
standby while NW Natural employee performed hand digs
and clamped line. Checked both adjacent homes and
confirmed no gas reading. Returned to quarters.




Upon arrival, NW Natural was called; it was determined
that the furnace for the house was working improperly.
Gas to furnace was shut off.
Upon arrival on scene saw multiple gallon sized paint cans
that had apparently been discarded in the roadside ditch.
After conferring with the Polk County Sheriff's Office
deputy on scene, it was decided to make sure the cans
were not leaking any more paint and leave them for clean
up by the county road crew. The deputy said he would
take care of contacting them.

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]SQ-7 RESPOND TO A FUEL
SPILL, SQ-7 WAS RECALLED EN ROUTE
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]At 1523 hours on Friday
June 10, 2011 we were dispatched to a gasoline or other
flammable liquid spill. Five units were assigned to this
incident. Four personnel responded. We were recalled at
1526 hours and cleared at 1536 hours. Boring Fire units
continued to the scene. The incident occurred at On SE
HWY 212 at SE 232ND Dr, DAMASCUS in District BR26. The
local station is 149. The general description of this property
is highway or divided highway. Mutual aid was given on this
incident.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1107555 has been
assigned to this incident.

TITLE:Squad 7          [CRLF]Squad 7 to HWY 212 in front of
the Damascas Fire Station on a deisel spill Sq 7 assist
Boring fire in building a dam for a active deisel leak. Please
see Bore Fire Districts report for further information.

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]At 1329 hours on Sunday
February 13, 2011 we were dispatched to a gasoline or
other flammable liquid spill. Five units were assigned to
this incident. Four personnel responded. We were recalled
at 1335 hours and cleared at 1335 hours. The incident
occurred at On SE NORTH Ct at SE HWY 212, DAMASCUS in
District BR21. The local station is S8. The general
description of this property is highway or divided highway.
Mutual aid was given on this incident.[CRLF][CRLF]E8 was
recalled enroute by E149.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number
1101992 has been assigned to this incident.
TITLE:New Narrative        [CRLF]At 1709 hours on Saturday
October 22, 2011 we were dispatched to a gasoline or
other flammable liquid spill. One unit was assigned to this
incident. Four personnel responded. We arrived on scene
at 1716 hours and cleared at 1719 hours. The incident
occurred at 45 S SPRINGWATER Rd, DAMASCUS in District
CC19. The local station is S8. The general description of this
property is highway or divided highway. The primary task(s)
performed at the scene by responding personnel were
hazardous materials spill control and confinement. No
mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]E8 arrived at Carver Hanger Cafe to a
large diesel spill in the Eastbound lane. E8 personnel used
absorbant on majority of spill and notified Clack Co. Roads
to respond to handle remaining portion.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm
number 1114489 has been assigned to this incident.




TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Police called mfor oil spilled
onto drive way from tow truck from earlier mva. No hazard
was noted.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]E8 and BC2 dispatched for a
possible propane leak[CRLF][CRLF]NW Natural Gas on
scene, for a gas leak, smelled propane instead and called
911[CRLF][CRLF]E8 entered an open door to check the
interior.[CRLF][CRLF]This is a vacant house. There was a
slight odor of propane found near the furnace. No detector
levels reached[CRLF][CRLF]Note left for the
owners[CRLF][CRLF]E8 clear


06/07/2011 10:13:28 1rich On 06/07/2011 at 09:11:06
dispatched To 17500 SE 232ND DR /DAMASCUS, OR 97089.
The location is a Street, Other. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Gasoline or other flammable liquid
spill. 09:22:53 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Investigate Found a small patch of
fuel sheen just north of hwy 224 on 232 dr.. looks like
someone lost a fuel cap... not much we can do with it...
had CCOM notify county road to see if they could do
anything with it Units responding were: Unit E141
responded. Mutual aid received: Clackamas CO Fire Dist #1
09:22:59 all units back in service. Rich C
09/14/2011 11:04:48 kw163 R149 attended to a small (1
gal) spill of oil at 18625 SE Tillstrom which was a
continuation of the MVA a Tillstrom and Foster alarm 1192,
one of the vehicles involved had hit a gallon of oil set out
on the roadside for recycling.
TITLE:New Narrative         [CRLF]SQ-7 RESPOND TO A BAR-
BQ ON FIRE FOUND OLD BAR- BQ WITH RUSTED OUT
BURNER CAUSING TO MUCH GAS RELEASE IN BAR- BQ. THE
TANK WAS NOT INVOLVED. SQ-7 TURN OFF AND REMOVE
PROPANE TAKE, ADVISE OWNER TO GET NEW BAR-BQ. NO
EXPOSURES
11/29/2011 20:24:19 kw163 Dispatched to spill. On arrival
found a active diesel fuel spill from a semi truck which had
broken a drive line which in turn punctured a fuel tank.
Fuel was beginning to drain into storm drain which is
immediately adjacent to a small stream (North Fork
Richardson Creek?) and was being spread east on Hwy 212
by passing vehicles. E149 Wescott assumed command.
E149 stopped traffic from entering spill area and began
containment with absorbent pads and building a dirt dike.
SQ7 and E140 and a passing AMR crew assisted. E140
Liepold assigned as safety officer. HR140 set containment
booms into the creek and checked approximately 500 feet
to the back of the Centennial Park. HR140 reported light
showing of product in the first 20 feet of the creek and no
product beyond. Crews began recovering leaking product
into catch buckets under the fuel tank and shut off a
transfer valve from an unaffected tank. ODOT arrived and
began absorption of the product tracked on the road. OERS
notification was requested through CCOM (OERS INCIDENT
# 11-2868). Approximately 240 gallons of product were
present in the two fuel tanks. Approximatly 80 gallons was
left in the undamaged tank after the transfer line was shut,
10/28/2011 15:56:38 rod On 10/27/2011 at 14:31:19
dispatched To 22675 SE NAOMI DR /DAMASCUS, OR
97089. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 14:39:28 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: E140 established command and
sizeup of cut gas line on the alpha bravo corner of the
attached garage within 12 inches of the wall. NW Natural
was enroute. Resident was not at home. Natural gas had
the ability to go up the front garage wall and enter the attic
area thru bird blocking. PGE was notified to cut the power
to the house. The road was closed and the ajoining
households were contacted and asked to stay inside or
evacuate. The wind was blowing and monitoring by E140
did not reveal gas on the downwind side of the house. NW
Natural arrived and checked the garage by probing under
the garage door, none detected. Some crews were working
to stop the gas leak. CCSO was notified to assist prior to
making entry to the home. PGE was unable to shut down
power to the single resident and would need to shut down
several homes on the block. Home owner arrived and
provided means for entry. Gas leak was stopped then entry
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]SQ7 arrived and blocked
traffic. E140 took command and we waited for NW Natural
and PGE to proceed. NW Natural shut off the gas and the
house was checked and cleared. SQ7 cleared the scene

06/10/2011 16:02:00 jasonf On 06/10/2011 at 15:23:19
dispatched To 23200 SE HWY 212 DR /Damascus, OR
97089. The location is a Highway or divided highway. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Oil or other
combustible liquid spill. It appears that approx 5 Gallons of
Diesel fuel spill and disperssed over a large area. 15:27:58
arrived on scene. The following actions were performed on
scene: Remove hazard Units responding were: Unit 1409
responded and took these actions: Cancelled en route Unit
E140 responded and took these actions: Cancelled en route
Unit E149 responded. Unit R149 responded. Mutual aid
received: Clackamas CO Fire Dist #1 15:37:56 all units back
in service.
On 12/01/2011 at 16:19:50 dispatched To 1113 N Hwy 101
/Depoe Bay, OR 97341. The location is a Multifamily
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 16:27:54 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Investigate
Evacuate area DBFD dispatched to Hazardous Materials
Incident - 5 gallon bottle of propane leaking - building
evacuated propane bottle isolated and leak was dissipated -
command terminated. Units responding were: Unit 2161
responded. Unit 2301 responded. 18:58:23 all units back in
service.

On 09/14/2011 at 14:42:00 dispatched To 15 SE Ainslee
AVE /Depoe Bay, OR 97341. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 14:54:03 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Evacuate area
Hazardous materials leak control & containment DBFD
dispatched to a Gas Leak. Smell of gas inside home
reported by occupant. On Arrival ENG 2201 crew smelled
gas from approximately 50' away. Gas was shut off by FD at
the meter and the strongest smell was noticed at this
point. Gas company arrived and the scene was turned over
at this point. Units responding were: Unit 2201 responded.
15:22:51 all units back in service.


On 07/14/2011 at 18:00:57 dispatched To 3913 Summit
Ridge CIR /Depoe Bay, OR 97341. The location is a 1 or 2
family dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n)
Chemical spill or leak. 18:04:47 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Investigate
DBFD dispatched to hazardous materials incident - small
spill of contained chemical <1.5 pints of plant food - patient
denied any EMS treatment or transport - advised to go to
Emergency room Units responding were: Unit 2161
responded. Unit 2301 responded. 18:53:34 all units back in
service.

SEE DUNDEE FIRE CO REPORT
SEE DUNDEE FIRE CO REPORT
Dispactched to smell of natural gas, arrived to find pilots
out in kitchen area, gas was shut off and NW natural
contacted.
02/17/2011 21:17:40 jm172 Propane leak, determined to
be outdoors between the tank and the residence
underground. Closed tank valve and oder dissipated,
explained situation to homeowner that qualified
repairperson should be used. All apparatus cleared. -----------
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02/17/2011 21:17:57 jm172 On 02/17/2011 at 20:17:33
dispatched To 22968 SE FILBERT RD /EAGLE CREEK, OR
97022. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 20:28:23 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: Investigate Units responding
were: Unit E140 responded. Unit E148 responded and took
these actions: Investigate Establish safe area 20:46:11 all
units back in service.

Reported as gas smell. Found to be a valve left open
overnight. No smell or hazard found on our arrival.
Checked the building with our 4 gas monitor and also found
no hazard. Doors and windows had been opened by
occupant before our arrival. No other action taken by us.

Responded to smell of natural gas. Workers had turned off
the main gas meter outside the building and called Avista
which was sending out service. Nothing found upon
investigation and we returned after speaking with
maintenance manager.
CALL RECEIVED AS SMELL OF GAS IN A BUILDING ON
ARRIVAL 7706 INVESTIGATED SMELLED NATURAL GAS
AVISTA WAS CALLED NO HAZARDS PRESENT 7706
RETURNED TO QUARTERS.
Elgin RFPD dispatach for a diesel fuel leak. Upon arrival
stopped fuel from going any further. City works Dept.
came and applied sand on fuel for absorbent. See attched
police report for further information.

On 01/02/2011 at 18:08:52 dispatched To 380 NW WADE
ST /Estacada, OR 97023. The location is a 24-hour care
Nursing homes, 4 or more persons. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Combustible/flammable gas/liquid
condition, other. 18:10:26 arrived on scene. The following
actions were performed on scene: Hazardous materials
leak control & containmen Investigate Refer to proper
authority Units responding were: Unit 1164 responded.
18:21:16 all units back in service.
On 11/08/2011 at 16:05:39 dispatched To 825 NW WADE
ST /Estacada, OR 97023. The location is a Library. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gasoline or other
flammable liquid spill. 16:08:44 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Hazardous
materials spill control and confine Units responding were:
Unit 1162 responded. Unit E110 responded. 16:10:42 all
units back in service.

Dispatched to gasoline spill from 5 gallon container at the
identified intersection. Arrived to fine a 5 gallon plastic gas
can which had been moved from the roadway to the side
of the road. There appeared to be about 2 gallons of liquid
still in the container. There was a 5 foot square spill of the
liquid on the roadway. Assessment of the container and
spill indicated that the liquid was clean gear oil. 1833 did a
wash-down of the roadway using foam with water. I asked
FireCom to notify County Road Department of the spill, and
inform them that there could still be some element of
slickness remaining on the roadway.


Small gas spill that is the result of a leaking fuel line of a
pickup truck. Cat litter is put on the ground below dripping
leak and the hole is patched. The fuel leak is minor and a
note is left on pickup truck about the leak. E1 returns.

natural gas line was broken by excavator. location was in
the yard of a residence. nearby structures evacuated and
area closed off. Natural gas company arrived and repaired
leak. residences checked for any gas accumulation and
none was detected.

E-1 responded to a report of a natural gas leak. Upon our
arrival we were met by the cook who stated that one of the
pilot lights went out on the stove. The cook said that she re
lit the pilot and ventilated the kitchen. E-1 tested for gas
through out the structure and found nothing. The gas
company arrived and took the scene.
ON ARRIVAL OCCUPANTS ARE OUT OF BUILDING. RP
STATES THEY HAD A LEAK OF R22 COOLANT FROM AN AIR
CONDITIONING UNIT IN THE BASEMENT. E1 AND T1 SET
UP IMMEDIATE ISOLATION OF 250 FEET AND HAD EPD
ASSIST WITH STREET CLOSURES. AREA IS EVACUATED AND
HAZMAT IS NOW ON SCENE. HVAC TO BUILDING IS SHUT
OFF. HAZMAT ENTERED BUILDING AND TESTED ALL AREAS
OF BUILDING. THERE ARE NO READINGS FOUND. HAZMAT
DID SOME MORE INVESTIGATION OF OTHER POSSIBLE
CONTAMINENTS AND NOTHING FOUND. BUILDING IS
TURNED OVER TO RP AFTER HAZMAT INVESTIGATION. E1
AND E9 WERE THE ONLY FIRE CREWS TO ENTER BUILDING.
APPROX 3,000 DAMAGE.


Small gas spill of less than 2 gallons in a parking lot. E1 puts
cat litter on the spill. E1 enroute to another call.

Arrived on scene to be greeted by construction workers
who stated they hit a gas line with a post hole digger.
Location was 2-3 feet from side of house near garage.
House gas meter shut off with no effect to gas flow from
punctured line. Neighbor house evacuated and other
surrounding homes were sheltered in place. NW natural on
scene and they assumed operations and shut off gas flow.
E9 did air monitoring within structure and found approx 19
PPM inside attic space near gas leak. Home ventilated and
re checked with no readings found. NW natural advised of
gas within structure. Homeowner on site and advised of
situation. Scene stabilized and left with NW natural and
homeowner.


Arrive to find a 1'' natural gas line broken in half from an
excavator digging. We evacuated one half of a block.
Charged 2, 1 3/4' hose lines. NW natural arrived and
clamping the leaking line. Haz 2 and NW Natural
cleared/checked the surrounding structures before people
were allowed to return.
This was a small ( 8 oz.) gasoline leak from the overflow
tube on a vehicle parked inside the garage. The leak had
stopped but filled the garage with the odor of gasoline. The
car was moved outside and absorbent was placed on the
gasoline.
AAA REQUESTED F.D. TO RESPOND TO CLEAR THE VEHICLE
BEFORE IT COULD BE TOWED. THE POV HAD BEEN SITTING
ALL DAY, LEAKING ABOUT 2-3 GAL OF FUEL. THE FUEL WAS
CONTAINED USING KITTY LITER, AND HAD SLOWED TO A
TRICKLE. R.O. IS ONSECENE AND REQUESTING A TOW

Lengthy investigation could not confirm the callers
assertions of a smell of gas. Recalled alarm.
E1 found a can of wd40 burned and emptied. Can was cool
to touch, no fire or smoke observed.
Dispatched for a vehicle spilling diesel fuel westbound on
Clearlake road. On arrival small quantity of fuel at the
intersection of Hwy99 and Clearlake. E511 was assigned to
investigate. 504 continued west on Clearlake Road to
Greenhill and found no hazards. Per 511 the fuel had
evaporated and was not a hazard. All units cleared without
further incident.

TO-2 talked with the caller. She stated she had gotten
home earlier in the day and could see the spill. On our
arrival it was dark and it had been raining for a few hours
as well as numerous cars had driven through the spill.
There was a broken down car parked down the street with
the hood open. It was assumed that the spill was a small
amount of either automotive oil or transmission fluid.
There was not enough fluid to try and pick up.

UTL
Dispatched with Engine 7 for a reported odor of gas in the
area of 29336 Airport Rd. 514 arrived in the area and was
approached by employees from the business at 29322
Airport Rd advising that a 2? natural gas line had been
struck by an auger working in the flowerbed of the
property.514 initiated command and had Northwest
Natural Gas contacted, employees of the business had
already left the area and moved to an area upwind of the
leak. Due to the rate of leak and relatively cool
temperatures the incident was handled with units initially
dispatched.Crews from 514 and Engine 7 identified the
location of the leak and the closest valve to control the
leak. Northwest Natural arrived within a few minutes of the
arrival of 514 and shut down the broken line. Other than
the damage to the line itself there was no property damage
and the effected business was cleared to resume
operations.Lt. Holmes
E-11 responded to a reported fire on a methane powered
motor, upon arrival workers had extinguished a
small\x0D\x0Afire on the turbo portion of the motor which
had developed a small oil leak which caused a fire on the
exterior portion\x0D\x0Aof the turbo's protective heat
sheild. Fire extinquished prior to E-11 arrival. E-11 also
verified that the power and fuel source\x0D\x0Ahad been
shut off to the motor .

mistaken alarm. No odor of propane found and attendants
stated nothing out of the normal smelled while on duty.

small oil leak post mva , kitty litter apllied and scene left
with EPD.
Dispatched to a public assist for a possible blown fuel line
on a vehicle at location. Upon arrival, no fire, but
visualized and smelled approximately 1/4 gallon fuel
puddle under vehicle without any active visible dripping.
Owner described that she had her oil and fuel filter
recently serviced. She said a witness stated that the fuel
came gushing out when she attempted to start the vehicle.
\x0D\x0A\x0D\x0AUpon visualization of the undercarriage,
the fuel line had become disconnected at the fuel filter.
We reattached the filter to the line and had owner start the
vehicle. No fuel came out of line. We advised owner to
have vehicle immediately serviced, as we are not
mechanics. Owner agreed. E2 cleared.


This was a natural gas fire pit that was left on over the
night. The fire itself was out but the gas line was still on. E-
2 shut off the gas valve. There was an RP on scene that
assisted us.
LRF&R on scene and in command on arrival. NW Natural
arrived shut off gas to facility. Scene left with NW Natural.

E10 arrived to find employees evacuated for smell of
rotten eggs. They informed E10 that there are gas heaters
in the facility. E10 used QRAE to monitor facility, identify
and LEL of 6% and CO of 38ppm. Gas was shut off to the
structure and the structure was ventilated by opening
several large roll up doors, man doors, and using an electric
power blower. When rechecked levels were 0% LEL and 3-4
ppm of CO. NWN was dispatched to the location to restore
service/investigate cause, and building was turned over to
Owner/RP.
Arrived to Pizza place and found a vehicile had struck gas
riser into meter causing significant leaking, audible release
present with strong odor in street. Buildings on block
evacuated, Charged handline stretched in area. Nw Natural
called and Fire personnel was unable to locate main in the
street. Upon arrival of gas company they made entry with
Fire personnel standing by on hoselines. The riser pipe was
pinched and building monitored and ventilated to safe
levels. Scene left with gas company.


Sheriff office called for a wash down of an auto vs ped on
Royal
This was a broken thermometer that spilled a small amount
of mercury in a working warehouse belonging to Goodwill
Ind.\x0D\x0AResponsible party isolated and denied entry
into spill area, and we instructed them per the Haz Mat
team to have a professional Haz Mat company clean the
spill.They called and we cleared when cleaning company
was enroute.

Residential natural gas line cut by trencher. House was
closed up and a light wind was blowing gas to the east.
Isolated the area and waited for NW Natural Gas to stop
the leak. Line was excavated by hand and pinched off by
NWG personnel.
Haz mat team on scene for product evaluation.
\x0D\x0A\x0D\x0A01/09/2012 08:55:27 User:
CEFDCSB\x0D\x0AFM4 Synopsis\x0D\x0AOne professor
was in Lab room # 334 at the time of the incident. The
explosion happened as a result of benzyl alcohol
approximately 2 liters mixed with an unknown substance in
a glass bottle. It was reported that the substance
combination was not the result of the explosion, but rather
that the lid was too tight causing a pressure build up. The
scientist was injured because of his proximity to the glass
bottle. He apparently had walked by the hood at the time
the explosion accrued. Another professor was alerted by
the explosion and called DPS dispatch. DPS officers arrived
to the science hall and found the individual in the
emergency shower going through a decontamination
process. The individual suffered two injuries, a laceration to
his right arm and an injury to his back. He was able to walk
outside to meet the medics. At the time the victim was
escorted out, DPS officers began to evacuate the building.
The initial evacuation was done by pulling the fire alarm,
but followed up by room search of all three floors and the
basement. All rooms were cleared, and Environmental
Safety was on site securing the 3rd floor. The
Arrived to find the resident to meet us. He says he nicked a
natural gas line while digging. Says that he heard it hissing
and could smell gas. We found a light smell of natural gas
about 50'' diameter with no wind. No LEL reading or alarms
on the air monitor. The home is a complete remodel that
has no windows or doors, the closest neighbors were not
home. NW natural arrived and pinched the line stopping
the leak.

Owner of residence crashed his auto into garage area wall
after accelerator stuck. Vehicle struck a wall which
contained a natural gas line inside. The owner removed
the car and went to church. After returning hours later he
noticed an odor of natural gas and called NWNatural Gas
Co. for assistance. NWNGas asked for EFD assistance for
isolation and monitoring. HazMat 2 provided monitoring
services and ventilation was provided by E13 with T1. No
explosion or fire damage. Damage was isolated to the
vehicle and a small amount to the house/garage area.
Estimate on damage $2000.
1'' natural gas line pulled from 4'' main by a tree blown
over in a windstorm. C1 and E13 evacuated homes within
200' per NWNG request. C1 assisted wheelchair bound
resident with medical and transportation needs with Red
Cross. Engine standby for several hours while NWNG
mitigated the leak.

natural gas leak
Dispatched non-emergency to a non-injury, non-blocking,
MVA. 600 assumed command. On arrival a semi-truck
rearended another semi-truck causing a rupture in the
radiator of the second truck. 511 was assigned to dam and
dispense absorbant material to contain anti-freeze. 511
completed assignment and was released by command.

Home owner left a gas stove burner on low for approx.
three hours. When the alarm went off he shut the stove off
and opened all of his windows. We monitored the air and
found it clear and checked the stove to see if it appeared to
be working correctly and it did. Advised him to have the
stove checked and to check the batteries in his co detector.


10 gallon propane leak from small motor home. Area
isolated and leak controlled.
Assisted Eugene Fire with a propane leak. Ladder 14 set up
a perimeter with our apparatus and cones on the south and
east sides of the gasoline station while Tower 3 blocked
south bound traffic on River Road.

This was gasoline that leaked out of a truck during the
night. It appeared most of the gas had already soaked into
the gravel and asphalt. What amount made it to the storm
drain appeared minimal. The stream team was called in.
They were left on scene with the business owner to work
out a clean up plan. The storm drain was checked for the
LEL by E-9.

Hazmat was request to the site of a drug lab for the
purpose of positively identifying chemicals found on scene
by LCSO.
Natural gas leak out side, meter shut off, NW Natural left
on scene on scene.
Small fuel spill from the I 105 off ramp down 6th Street
past Blair. This is a sheen of fuel and fire com states that
they will tap out public works. E1 returns to quarters.
Diesel fuel spill at a vineyarrd.

OERS INCIDENT NUMBER 2011-584
Natural gas leak, building evacuated Lane Community
College (main campus).
Home owner called AAA because his car was not running
correctly. He stated to AAA that he felt it was leaking fuel.
AAA at that point told him to call the fire Dept. to check
out the car or they would not tow it. We looked under the
car and in the engine compartment. Fuel could be smelled
but there was no active leaking noted.

A gas spill at 3823 Kevington Place into the storm water
drain system from the occupant Chris Wenkler. He states
that he was changing his fuel pump and removed the gas
tank and spilled gas down the driveway into the storm
water system. The occupant at 3827 has a strong odor of
gasoline under his home and into his house. The smell is
strong enough that they elect to evacuate the home until
the smell is gone. The owner of the home Jonathan Nixon
has left the windows open. I spoke with Hazmat 2 as well
as the public works manager Jim McLaughlon and they
state that their is nothing they can due to control the small
spill. E1 dumps 3 bags of cat litter into the storm drain to
absorb some of the fuel. The occupants have left the home
and E1 returns to quarters.


e9 and assignment arrived to star bucks for a reported
natural gas leak. e9 met with caller who stated the smell
was coming from the natural gas water heater. e9
monitored the building prior to entering and had zero
readings. e9 located the water heater and had a reading of
1.1 % lel at the union joint. nw natural was called. e9
secured the gas line to the heater and l6 secured the
meter. the scene was turned over to nwn.

e9 called to natural gas leak from gas fire place. e9 located
a small leak from the flex pipe connection. e9 turned off
the gas to that appliance and tightened the connection. e9
advised owner to call qualified repair person to fix the
problem. e9 advised occupant to get co detector installed
and the s/s of co poisoning.
Responded with WLAD to a reported extinguisher chemical
exposure to several campers. Upon arrival, 12 campers
were at the Nature Center. No obvious symptoms. Suspects
broke in and stole two fire extinguishers from the Nature
Center and proceeded to set off in occupied tents. OSP on
scene investigating. Improper use of a fire and life safety
device is illegal.

Yachats Fire received a direct call from Derek Gill (503-754-
0638) with USCG concerning a five gallon container that
was believed to possibly contain diesel. Oregon State Park
Central Coast Ranger, Trisha (541-999-0688) requested
assistance from USCG. Access to location was at the MP
177.85 just south of the Cape Creek tunnel. 503 & 504
responded w/ unit 11. Two containers were located on the
beach one was sea water and the other was a used
petroleum product of some kind. 7944 and FF King assisted
w/ yarding the full container off the beach up a steep
incline.

Call of smell of propane in motorhome. Upon arrival found
light smell of propane and the refrigerator fire light system
was trying to light the flame but was unable to. I turned off
the valve at the tank and everything stopped and there was
no smell of propane afterwards. Chevrolet van/motorhome
H801879 OR Jill Olson 541-345-4054


Propane leak. Called by PD. They were called by John
Brescia who had cut a propane line while digging a ditch.
He needed bot cutters to open the shed to shut off the
tank. Had E8 respond with Jared Smith to assist.
ON 5/5/11 OFFICER KEN LARSEN DURING AN
INVESTIGATION OF THE TENANT OF 1386 11TH STREET
CAME ACROSS A 40 OZ ''OLD ENGLISH'' BEER BOTTLE WITH
APPROXIMATELY 10 OZ OF BROWNISH LIQUID INSIDE. THE
CAP WAS CORRODED AND THE HINGES ON THE CABINET IT
WAS STORED IN WERE CORRODED. I WAS INFORMED OF
THIS LATE IN THE DAY. I INQUIRED IF THE RESIDENCE WAS
OCCUPIED AND IT WAS NOT. I ADVISED BOTH OFFICE KEN
LARSEN AND THE UNIT MANAGER DENISE ROGERS TO
SECURE THE STRUCTURE AN DENY ACCESS UNTIL I CAN
INVESTIGATE. ON 5/6/11 AT 1000 I CONTACTED OUR
REGION HAZ MAT TEAM OUT OF EUGENE ABOUT THE
SITUATION. I SPOKE WITH GENE WITH THE HAZMAT TEAM.
HE ADVISED ME NOT TO DO ANYTHING UNTIL HE CONFERS
WITH THE REST OF THE TEAM. AT ABOUT 1100 GENE
ADVISE ME THAT DUE TO THE UNKNOWN HE AND TWO
OTHER TEAM MEMBERS WOULD RESPOND UNDER A
TRAINING /OUTREACH RESPONSE. THE TEAMS ETA WAS
ABOUT 1430. I ADVISED THE FIRE CHIEF AND DUTY CHIEF
OF THE OPERATION. WE USED THE PAID ENGINE CREW FOR
BACK UP AND DECONTAMINATION. THE HAZ MAT TEAM
SHOWED UP @ 1415 AND WE PROCEEDED TO THE
LOCATION. FOLLOWING PROTOCOLS WE SET UP A ENTRY
TEAM, SAFETY TEAM, BLOCKED ACCESS TO AREA AND
DONNED PROPER PPE. TEAM MADE ENTRY WITH TEST
Dispatch called me as the duty chief and explained that
the manager of the storage units at 4099 Hwy 101 had 5
gallon jugs of bleach expanding. I responded and
investigated. The containers were very distended. I called
Eugene haz-mat to see what could be the problem. FF
Montgomery was my contact. We discussed and
determined that this was not a haz mat incident but rather
a more explosive one. He had no real solution. I contacted
BC Moore and he arrived. His experience indicated that
there was little to no pressure in the bottle and using PPE
opened the bottles with little effect. The bottles
apparently grew in the heat and cooled in the night
expanding without leaving any pressure in them.
On 01/06/2011 at 11:37:20 dispatched To 16TH AVE &
BIRCH ST /Forest Grove, OR 97116. The location is a
Residential street, road or residential driveway. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 11:40:25 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: Establish safe area Units
responding were: Unit C400 responded. Unit E422
responded. Unit E813 responded. Unit PU410 responded.
Unit STA4 responded. Unit T4 responded. Automatic aid
Cornelius Fire Dept 12:36:49 all units back in service. --------
------------------------------------------------------ Construction crew
hit a gas line breaking it and causing a leak. NWN showed
up on scene and dug down and crimped the line on both
sides of the leak. WCCCA# 110100715


Call Number: 111101132 << Prev Next >> Print Incident
| Close Window Call Type: ODOR - ODOR INVESTIGATE
Initiated: 11/09/2011 17:10:04 Name: CARL CALEY
Priority: 3 Location: 4375 SW FERN HILL RD Phone: 503-
615-6673 Location Info: SW BLOOMING FERN HILL RD &
SW BLUE HERON DR Alarm Level: 1 Response Level: 1
Primary Unit: C400 Primary Officer: All Other Units: E421,
MW60, STA4 Disposition: Entry Operator ID: A6557
Dispatcher ID: A6505 Beat/Station: FGF DArea: FGF Map
Info (FMZ): GZone: FG02F Jurisdiction: FG Disposition
Remarks: Related Fire Inc: Related Police Inc: E911
Receive Dispatch En Route Arrival WF FO Clear 17:10:04
17:11:44 17:11:57 17:13:52 17:22:56 17:44:55
Remarks: Show Details Show Narrative CURRENTLY SOUTH
OF FG ON FERNHILL, SMELL VERY STRONG ODOR OF
PETROLEUM OR GASOLINE , POSSIBLE KREOSOTE OR
INSECTICIDE , , SMELL WAS EARLIER IN THE BLDG BUT
STRONGEST OUTSIDE // RP HAS FUNNY TASTE IN HIS
MOUTH :: 97116 :: C400/U FGF/S :: JOINT WATER
TREATMENT PLANT GATE CODE: 2628* :: ** GATE CODE #
BOAT OR 2628 ** RP SAYS THIS IS NOT THE WASTE WATER
PLANT IS THE DRINKING WATER PLANT :: RP WILL BE AT
THE GATE , :: RP IS HEADED OUT TO THE ENTRANCE GATE
Call Number: 110902278 << Prev Next >> Print Incident
| Close Window Call Type: SPILL - SPILL, FUEL/UNK
Initiated: 09/16/2011 17:27:04 Name: LANCE DAILEY
Priority: 5 Location: MAIN ST/23RD AV Phone: 503 359
9690 Location Info: 2298 MAIN/1999 23RD Alarm Level: 1
Response Level: 1 Primary Unit: C4 Primary Officer: All
Other Units: 00, GEN4, STA4 Disposition: Entry Operator
ID: A6579 Dispatcher ID: A6579 Beat/Station: FGF DArea:
FGF Map Info (FMZ): GZone: FG25E Jurisdiction: FG
Disposition Remarks: Related Fire Inc: Related Police Inc:
E911 Receive Dispatch En Route Arrival WF FO Clear
17:27:04 17:29:24 17:30:10 17:35:22 17:43:34 17:53:09
17:55:43 Remarks: Show Details Show Narrative WHT
SEDAN AND A WHT SUV, BLOCKING THE INTERSECTION,
OCCUPANTS OUT AND TRYING TO DIRECT TRAFFIC
AROUND, SEDAN WILL NEED A TOW, FLUIDS LEAKING, ::
97116 :: C400/U FGF/S GEN4/U :: OPS 32 :: GEN4, STILL
NEED RESPONSE TO SPILL MAIN/23RD :: IN QUARTERS C 4
responded to the above address for a report of fluids
leaking from a vehicle. There were two vehicles involved in
a non injury MVC. E 421 was called to respond but we were
on a fire call. Volunteers were also called to respond but
none were available. The Chief responded to the call and
Responded to a complaint of the smell of natural gas in the
area. The caller was leaving her home this morning and
smelled a ''strong'' odor of gas outside. She could not tell
where the smell was coming from. She has smelled the
odor twice today outside her home. The caller was not at
home, but I gathered this information by calling her back
after I could not smell any odor after arriving on scene. She
confirmed she did not smell the odor from inside her
home. We arrived and started our search for the source of
the smell from outside the caller home. I could not smell
any odor in the area and checked the callers home and her
two neighbors homes at the gas meters with our noses and
gas monitors. We drove around the neighborhood and
again was UTL. NW Natural responded and was on scene
and I passed on my results. NW Natural will check around
residential gas meters and sewers for any signs of gas. E421
cleared with NW Natural on scene and investigating. Refer
to WCCCA inc.#111101500 --------------------------------------------
------------------------------------ On 11/12/2011 at 13:04:57
dispatched To 1446 PRIMROSE LN /Forest Grove, OR
97116. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
On 06/05/2011 at 18:25:24 dispatched To 2137 COLLEGE
WAY /Forest Grove, OR 97116. The location is a
Residential street, road or residential driveway. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gasoline or other
flammable liquid spill. 18:29:43 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Investigate
Units responding were: Unit E421 responded. 18:31:10 all
units back in service. Gasoline leak from a fuel line on a car.
PU security was on scene on arrival and said they would
stay with the RP until the tow truck showed up. WCCCCA#
110600689

On 09/09/2011 at 22:20:23 dispatched To 2300 SUNSET
DR /Forest Grove, OR 97116. The location is a Swimming
facility: indoor or outdoor. The incident was determined to
be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 22:25:16 arrived on
scene. The following actions were performed on scene:
Investigate Units responding were: Unit BR419 responded.
Unit C-4 responded. Unit E421 responded. 22:54:07 all
units back in service. ----------------------------------------------------
- Smell of natural gas around the boiler room doors. RP was
called to scene and he stated this was normal. They have
called the gas company and the furnace company in the
past for the same odor and were told every thing worked
fine. No odor inside building. Cleared and returned.
WCCCA#


On 10/23/2011 at 04:17:09 dispatched To 2327 B ST
/Forest Grove, OR 97116. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 04:21:01 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Investigate
Units responding were: Unit E421 responded. 04:27:36 all
units back in service. -----------------------------------------
WCCCA# 111002913
On 05/01/2011 at 05:19:33 dispatched To 2836 PACIFIC
AVE /Forest Grove, OR 97116. The location is a Food and
beverage sales, grocery store. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG).
05:24:13 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Investigate Units responding were:
Unit E421 responded. 05:43:52 all units back in service. -----
--------------------------------------------------- 421 called to the
smell of natural gas in the kitchen of the deli at Safeway.
On arrival found all employees outside. Made contact with
the senior person on scene and proceeded into the deli.
Once in the kitchen there was a slight odor of natural gas.
421's gas monitor would not register a leak after checking
all pipes and fitting to all gas fired equipment. On closer
inspection a odor was noticed coming from the four burner
Wok. It was suggested to employees that they turn the gas
off to this piece of equipment and have a repair person
check it even though the gas monitor didn't register
anything there. WCCC# 110500021




One of the occupants of the park stated he has a strong
odor of gas coming from the laundry room. He has already
called NW Natural and they are responding in one to two
hours. We had a faint smell coming from one of two dryers
on the Delta wall and isolated the small leak by turning off
the gas at the valve supplying the dryers. The occupant will
still be up to inform NW Natural of what we turned off. The
MSA monitor indicated no levels of LEL due to such a small
leak or due to the door was open to fresh atmosphere
when we arrived. We notified dispatch of what we found
and the gas company is already en route. Refer to WCCCA
inc.# 110300427 ---------------------------------------------------------
----------------------- On 03/04/2011 at 00:59:25 dispatched
To 3831 PACIFIC AVE /Forest Grove, OR 97116. The
location is a Laundry, dry cleaning. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG).
01:02:59 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: HazMat detection, monitoring,
sampling, & ana Remove hazard Units responding were:
Unit E422 responded. 01:12:21 all units back in service.
This incident was dispatched as a possible gas leak with a
single resource. The caller was 2nd hand and not on scene
and she reported that the occupant at space 57 ran over a
pipe in the yard and hears hissing. They do not smell gas
and nothing is on fire. E421 responded code one due to the
information received. On arrival there are several people
outside and pointing to the back yard. As we approached
with donned PPE we can hear a high pressure sound
coming from the side of the yard. We found a broken steel
pipe that the lawn mower truck and could not smell any
gas. We used a gas monitor to sample the gas and received
a metered level of LEL. The crew backed away and then I
called for a task force response to my incident, and started
evacuating residence to a safe area. C4 arrived and
assumed command of this incident after meeting with me
face to face. E421 was now protection group and we pulled
an exposure line, continued to evacuate residence in
spaces 56, 57, 58 and units immediately across the street
and behind these units. We also took air samples at street
levels with 0 LEL, samples between spaces 56 and 57 with
12%LEL and inside unit 57 with air samples of 8% LEL. NW
Natural arrived at 20:04:42 and that representative took

Call Number: 110402731 << Prev Next >> Print Incident
| Close Window Call Type: ODOR >> NGAS - NATURAL GAS
LEAK Initiated: 04/22/2011 16:15:40 Name: Priority: 2
Location: 606 WATERCREST RD Phone: Location Info:
MIMOSA ST & VISTA DR Alarm Level: 1 Response Level: 1
Primary Unit: E421 Primary Officer: All Other Units:
Disposition: Entry Operator ID: A6587 Dispatcher ID:
A6587 Beat/Station: ODFT DArea: FGF Map Info (FMZ):
GZone: FG14E Jurisdiction: FG Disposition Remarks:
Related Fire Inc: Related Police Inc: E911 Receive
Dispatch En Route Arrival WF FO Clear 16:15:40
16:15:41 16:15:41 16:15:41 16:15:41 16:41:29 17:08:40
Remarks: Show Details ODOR OF NAT GAS :: NW NATURAL
GAS FOR LEAK ON METER :: NW NAT ADVISED WILL
CALLBACK W/ ETA :: NW NATURAL DRIVE TIME FROM
185/BASELINE :: CLEAR FROM CALL E 421 responded to the
above address for a possible gas leak. A landscaper called
the station and stated that he smelled gas at the address
and that he was afraid to run his mower in the area. E 421
advised him to stay out of the area and we would be there
soon to check it out. On arrival we used the gas monitor to
determine that there was a leak at the gas meter. E 421
On 04/11/2011 at 15:51:38 dispatched To 7780 NW
Highway 47 /Forest Grove, OR 97116. The location is a
Open land or field. The incident was determined to be a(n)
Combustible/flammable gas/liquid condition, other.
15:51:38 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Investigate Units responding were:
Unit PU13 responded. Mutual aid received: Banks Fire
District 15:51:38 all units back in service. WOULD LIKE FIRE
DEPT TO GO OUT TO LOCATION AND CHECK FOR OIL THAT
WAS DUMPED ON THE PROPERTY SOMEWHERE ON THE
PROPERTY; RP CALLED OR EMERGENCY RESPONSE, WHO
NOTIFIED DEQ, WHO ASKED OR EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO
HAVE SOMEONE LOOK AT THE PROPERTY; :: 97116 ::
CALLER WOULD LIKE A CALL BACK AFTER FIRE DEPT HAS
CHECKED AT THE PROPERTY :: C401 ADV, LEVI ADVISED,
LEVI WILL RESPOND SHORTLY AND TAKE A LOOK Call
Number: 110401284


Occupant ruptured gas line, contact NWNG, establish safe
zone, turned over to NWNG upon arrival.

E 21 dispatched to a complaint of a gasoline smell for the
last three hours. E 21 arrived and found a leaking gas tank
on an SUV and notified the owner.
Semi had fuel leak from saddle tanks. Started in Clackams
and stopped at 82nd. Containeed spill on shoulder
contacted ODOT for clean up.
E102 RESPONDED TO A DIESEL SPILL, HELPED CONTAIN
LEAK. ODOT responded to spill, original spill reported as
125 gallons. Actual leak about 10-15 gallons.

TITLE:New Narrative    [CRLF]E-9 TO REPORT OF 5
GALLON PROPANE TANK NOT TURNING
OFF.[CRLF][CRLF]INDIVIDUAL WAS TURNING VALVE
WRONG WAY. PROVIDED INSTRUCTION.[CRLF][CRLF]E-9
CLEAN - NO HAZARD
MVA ON THE RAIL ROAD RIGHTAWAY OVER TRUN PICK-UP
GAS LEAKING FROM GAS TANK, UP RIGHT PICK-UP TO STOP
GAS LEACK. PT HAD LEFT THE SECNE BE WE GOT ON SECNE.

MVA ON THE RAIL ROAD RIGHTAWAY OVER TRUN PICK-UP
GAS LEAKING FROM GAS TANK, UP RIGHT PICK-UP TO STOP
GAS LEACK. PT HAD LEFT THE SECNE BE WE GOT ON SECNE.
On 08/10/2011 at 12:06:46 dispatched To 7135 Neptune
AVE /Gleneden Beach, OR 97388. The location is a 1 or 2
family dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n)
Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 12:12:59 arrived on scene.
The following actions were performed on scene:
Investigate Evacuate area Notify other agencies. DBFD
dispatched to gas leak - Gas leak - gas shut off - occupancy
evacuated - gas company cleared residence - property was
turned over to management company Pacific Retreat Inc.
Units responding were: Unit 2201 responded and took
these actions: Cancelled en route Unit 2232 responded.
14:05:24 all units back in service.


CALLED TO A REPORT OF A SMELL OF GAS IN IN A CLOSED
BUILDING. 7400 HAD NO RESPONDING UNIT DUE TO THE
NORTH RIVER ROAD FIRE. 6600 WAS REQUESTED TO
RESPOND BUT COULD NOT RESPOPND A UNIT DO TO NO
PERSONNEL. AV ISTA RESPONDED AND HANDLED THE
INCIDENT.
S - Report of gas odor outside the home. ON SCENE:
Resident says she noticed an odor of natural gas or
propane outside her home when she went to feed her
horse. She states her house is all electric; they don't have
any source of natural gas or propane on their property or
at the house next door (on the same property). O -
Residence at the top of a long driveway. The house is
above nearby residences. Slight odor of natural gas noted
when initially getting out of the tender. A - Natural gas
odor, unknown source. P - Respond, contact resident,
confirm with her there is nothing on her property that
could be the source of the odor. Check with nearby mill,
below residence, to confirm they aren't using natural gas.
Check natural gas line relief valves along North River Road,
none of them appear to be releasing gas. Nearby
residences don't appear to have natural gas meters.
Return.
On 10/11/2011 at 10:14:25 HFD was dispatched to 89700
E Little Trail /Government Camp, OR 97028. The location is
a single family dwelling. The incident was a Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 10:29:46 HFD arrived on scene where
a tree trimming company employee while cutting limbs
noticed bubbles coming out from two propane valves on
the side of a home. HFD turned off the gas and eliminated
the hazard. HFD attempted to located the home owner
unsuccessfully but did make contact with the contractor
who maintains the home and he took responsibility to
repair the leaks and inform the home owner. Scene clear.
The following actions were performed on scene: Smell of
Gas, LPG, Natural . . . . Units responding were: Unit 2501
responded. Unit Engine 253 responded. 10:51:00 all units
back in service.


E-82, E-8, DC-8 dispatched A-level for odor of gas in area 1
mile west of SMC. Upon arrival E-82 crew and DC-8 were
able to notice the odor of gas for a brief period of time,
however, it dissipated shortly after, responding crews were
not able to locate where it comes from. DC-8 advised
dispatch to notify Natural Gas agency about the incident
and have them investigate their equipment in the area. DC-
8 cleared all responding units to return to quarters.

7307 responded for an ASSIST THE PUBLIC at the above
stated location. Arrived on scene to find a trail of light oil in
the left lane extending from Hillcrest to G st on 6 st. 7307
laid down absorbent on the heaviest spots. RBDIII
7308, 7357 and 7307 were dispatched to a GAS LEAK. A
construction crew that was reconstructing Mill Street for
the Home Depot project ripped open a 4'' steel gas main.
With the assistance of PD, a safe area was established with
evacuation notices given to Home Away from Home and
the GP Dental Group. Home Away from Home denied
leaving and wished to shelter in place. They were
instructed to not allow customers to retrieve animals until
an ok was given by a public safety representative.

Mill Street was secured by the construction crews and 7308
was staged at Woodbrook and Mill ready to lay in a hose
line for vicitm recovery if the leak ignited. 7307 provided
support on the South side of the tracks.

During the incident several area residents were
complaining of smelling gas in their homes. A list was
gathered and all homes on the list were checked by either
7307 or Avista personnel.

After sealing the leak, all fire units returned to service. No
reported injuries wer caused by this event.

A press release was sent out the following morning.




7308-Goodboe (Command) and Ownbey, 7307- Fox and
Kennedy responded to a NATURAL GAS LEAK at the address
stated above. On scene found a natural gas pipe with a
small leak before the meter. Used soapy water to
determine the leak. 7307 cancelled. Requested Avista
respond. Avista on scene. Command terminated 7308 in
service. EG
Units responded to the above location for a reported GAS
LEAK. Once on scene personnel found a single story
residential structure with nothing showing. After speaking
with the RP, personnel found that there was an odor of gas
in the kitchen and hallway of the residence. Upon entering
the residences kitchen a slight odor of gas could be
smelled, 7307 personnel used the gas monitor to check the
residence but found no hazards on the monitor. 7307
personnel requested that Avista Gas come out to the
residence to confirm that there was no leaks of any sort.
7307 personnel shut the valve off to the stove in an
attempt to alleviate the odor, but continued to check for
signs of a leak. 7307 personnel were unable to find a leak
at the gas meter and the gas meter was not spinning or
showing that there was a leak in a line. The hot water
heater or the furnace in the house did not show any signs
of a leak either. The RP stated that there were no other
sources of gas within the residence, with no other hazards
found, 7307 personnel turned the gas off at the meter and
advised the RP that Avista Gas would be coming to the
scene to check, but were unsure of a time. No other
hazards were found, the scene was turned back over to the
RP, command terminated 7307 in service.
Dispatched to smell of Gas in the area. 7308 arrived to
strong odor. 7501 checked the Clearey Builders lot. Found
a storage container that was locked. The odor of gas was so
strong in the area, we could not determine a source. We
forced entry into the container by cutting a chain link and
removing the chain. The lock was not damaged. No
problem found in the container. 7307 crew found a home
(1515) address that had released the product.

7308 responded with Goodboe, K. Miller and Matschke to
a NATURAL GAS LEAK in the area of SE N St and Ashley Pl.
On scene in the area with an oder of propane. Checked the
area to determine source of smell. Determend that the
smell was comming from 1560 SE M st. Employees of
Roger Hanson Logging were cutting old propane tanks into
smaller peices for scrap metal. Employees statatd that all
of the tanks hand been purged and that they had fire
extinguisher close by. No hazards found. 7308 in service.
EG
7512 RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF A SMALL FUEL SPILL.
ARRIVED ON scene TO FIND A SMALL AMOUNT OF MOTOR
OIL ACROSS A ROADWAY. LESS THAT FIVE GALLONS. THE
CREW OF 1512 CONTAINED THE SPILL, AND CLEANED THE
AREA OF DEBRIS.
7307-Goodboe (Command), Kennedy, Sabich 7308-
Petronella and Wostenberg and 7381 responded to a smell
of natural gas in the area of the address stated above. On
scene had intermitant smells of natural gas. Checked the
area and found no obvious leaks. 7308 released from
scene. Requested Avista respond. No hazards found,
Command terminated, 7381 and 7307 in service. EG

Region 8 HazMat sent a 2 person limited response to
Grants Pass fire Departmetn to determine a potential
hazardous substance that was in an envelope that was
mailed to DCS Collection Agency. Upon arrival HM8
attained briefing from Command and PD. HM 8 confirmed
evacuation distances, possible contaminated employee
was transported to Three Rivers Hospital by AMR before
Fire arrived on scene. Command has notified hospital and
AMR to be detained and remove clothing from pt. Pt. is
experiencing no symptoms and has no complaints. HM8
attained a layout of the office building and the work station
with the potential contamination. Made entry to recon, air
and radiological monitoring. All monitors reading within
normal limits. Found small amount of fine cardboard
consistency product on right corner of desk and left front
portion of desk chair seat. Attempted to move small
amount of product into a potential collection for a sample.
Unable to attain enough material to sample with SensIR, 10
Step or HazCat. Opened the USPS large envelope that is
used to mail 8X11 papers, removed paper work and
attempted to attain more product. There was no additional
product in paper work or envelope. New information came
in that employee may have brushed herself off at entry
Fuel spill, located fuel spill near the above address. Turned
the scene over to County roads department, who were
already in the area.
7502 responded to report of a pipeline break. The
homeowner had accidently dug through and approximately
2 inch natural gas pipeline. Upon our arrival we established
a safe area and deployed a 200' 1 3/4 hoseline to protect
structures in case of a fire. There was no fire at this time.
Avista arrived and clamped the line. The scene was turned
over to Avista Utilities and all units returned.
We responded tot he above location for a NATRUAL GAS
LEAK. Upon arrival we found 7502's crew on standby with
a 2'' line that had been severed by a tractor. We donned
our packs and stoodby until Avista shut down the line. We
were then released and returned to service.

7307 and 7308 responded to the above stated address for
a smell of gas in a residence. 7307 arrived to find a strong
odor of natural gas inside a small single story house. The
resident advised that her grandson came over and stated it
smelled bad of gas and to call for help. 7307 asked for
7308 due to needing equipment. 7308 checked the
residence and found no hazardous reading. 7307 checked
the gas heater and gas stove as well as the gas fireplace
with no obvious problems. 7308 shut down the gas to the
heater. The resident made arrangments to stay at her
family's house next door. With the info given and not
being able to find a cause 7307 shut down the gas to the
house and advised them to call a HVAC repair tech and
notify avista of the gas being shut off.


7308, 7357, 7307 responded to the above address for a
GAS LEAK. The occupant on scene advised that she had
smelled a strong odor of natural gas in her back yard, which
seemed to be emitting from a capped gas line, which was
in the off position, next to the house. We investigated the
area and were able to smell the gas, but it was not in
significant enough quantity to be picked up by our gas
monitor. We investigated adjacent properties and were
unable to locate any leaks. We applied a soapy solution to
the gas line valve which did not show any indication of
escaping gas. BC Lawless contacted dispatch to have them
request Avista Utilities. An Avista worker arrived on scene
shortly thereafter and was also unable to detect any gas via
monitor. He advised that he would be locating the
underground pipe and would handle from there.

Command terminated, 7308 in service
7317 responded for an natural gas leak. 7317 arrived on
scene to a small track hoe and operator on scene.
Operator stated that he was grading the driveway and
grabbed the gas line and broke it. 7317 confirmed a 1 inch
metal line was ruptured and established a safe area.
Dispatch contacted Avista, who called out personnel from
Medford to respond. Avista arrived on scene and secured
the line.
OIL SPILL

RESPONDED WITH PD TO THE ABOVE LOCATION FOR A
SLICK ROADWAY. UPON ARRIVAL, FOUND AN OIL SLICK
FROM FARMERS BUILDING SUPPLY TO THE INTERSECTION
OF DOWELL AND REDWOOD AVE, THEN TRAVELING EAST.
ABSORBANT WAS APPLIED WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF CSO
SOUZA. THOUGH THIS WAS NOT A LARGE QUANTITY OF
OIL, LESS THAN A COUPLE GALLONS ESTIMATED, IT HAD
BEEN RAINING WHICH MADE THE SPILL AREA LARGER.

7359, 7501 and 7319- Goodboe, J. Nelson and Zigenis
responded to a NATURAL GAS LEAK at the location stated
above. On scene talked with a representitive from Knife
River Construction who stated that Avista was already on
scene and had the problem handled. After this
information, 7501 was cancelled and 7319 made contact
with complaintant to up-date them on the situation. After
returning to quaters, GPPD on scene stated that Avista was
on scene, but the leak was not stopped. 7359, 7310 and
7501 responded back to the scene. Up dated information
from Avista was a four inch gas lins ruptured and that they
were working on securing the line. 7501 stagged at Dowell
and Redwood Ave and 7319 stagged at Dowell and Hwy
199. Once stagged I made contact with an ODOT
representive who stated that Avista had just secured the
gas leak and that they were opening traffic up. 7359
confirmed that information with Avista. All units were
released. EG


7308 responded to the above address for a CHEMICAL
SPILL. Upon arrival fire personnel found a portable toilet
truck that was leaking a small amount of liquid. The owner
was contacted, and he stated that he would correct the
leak.
7309 responded for a reported OIL SPILL in the roadway.
Fire arrived wit a CSO to find a 5 liter jug of oil in the road
with about 1/2 of the contents spilled on the road. The
CSO closed the lanes of traffic that were effected and then
assisted fire with applying absorbant. ODOT was notified
as the absorbant being used did not seem to be working.
After grinding the absorbant in with a flat shovel the oil
was removed. After cleaning up the debris the roadway
was re-opened. ODOT was still requested to check the
area to make sure the clean up was sufficient. 7309
returned to service prior to ODOT's arrival.


7309 responded to a reported GAS LEAK. Fire arrived to
find no leak and only could determine the smell
periodically came from the meter only when the homes
heater unit kicked on. The smell was brief and would soon
disipate. Avista was called to come check the meter. No
further action from the fire department was needed.

7308 responded to the above address for a NATURAL GAS
LEAK. Upon arrival we were met by a male who stated that
he thought that someone had drilled holes in his RV
mounted propane tank. He stated that he could smell gas
and it was giving him a headache. DeLonge checked the
underside of the RV and found the tanks in the off position
and no indications of a leak. Upon further investigation, it
was determined that the smell was emitting from the gas
meter which ran to the auto shop which the occupant's RV
was parked next to. We determined that the gas smell was
residual and the gas meter was functioning normally. We
advised the occupant to move the RV away from the meter
and he stated that he would take care of it in the morning
and would be staying in a hotel for the remainder of the
night. The occupant denied needing any medical attention
or transport to the hospital.

Command terminated, 7308 in service
7308, 7359 responded to the above stated address for a
Fuel spill. 7308 arrived to find a semi truck and trailer
pulled off to the side of the parkway bridge. PD was on
scene and had a rag protecting a storm drain. The driver
stated he shut off the transfer valve and stuffed a rag into
the broken gas tank. The driver also stated he had a tire
blow out and a peace of the tire broke off the gas line were
it attaches to the tank, he believed that two gallons of
diesel leaked onto the roadway and then into the Rogue
River. 7389 assumed command and began to apply
absorbent around the storm drain as well as the roadway.
The fuel leak was stabilized prior to our arrival by the
driver. 7359 was requested to respond by command as
well as ODOT to assist with mediation of the spill. OERS
was notified as well as city water filtration plant. Due to a
sheen of fuel on the river. The driver estimates
approximately two gallons of fuel spilled into the river.
approximately 100 yards of the Parkway had a one foot
wide fuel spill on it from were the blow out occurred and
the driver was able to pull off the roadway. ODOT then
began to apply absorbent and put a better plug into the
Responded from the ''south Y'' to a fuel spill. The fuel spill
appeared to stretch for approximately 1/4 mile on the
shoulder of the highway. Placed absorbant in the
intesection of Redwood Hwy. @ S.W. Tussey and referred
the issue to O.D.O.T. and G.P. street department.

7308 responded to the above address for a FUEL LEAK.
Upon arrival at Fred Meyer, a passenger truck was found
with a diesel leak. Fire personnel placed absorbent on fuel
in parking lot and advised owner to have truck towed.

7308 responded to the listed location for a reported GAS
LEAK. There was a slight odor of gas in the apartment but
the air monitor showed no gas. We shut the gas off to the
stove (the only gas appliance) and left a note for the
occupant, who had been transported on a medical call
earlier in the day. We secured the residence.
7308 responded with 7500 for a reported GAS LEAK. Fire
arrived in the area to find a strong odor of propane but was
not able to quickly secure a source. The smell was believed
to be coming from a storage container at a construction
lot. The lock was forced as well as an RP called. Nothing
was found in the container and the source was then found
to be at 1515 Clara. Mark Keller was salvaging a large
propane bottle for recycle when he dumped out a clear
fluid from the cylinder. The male subject then left the area
with the tank in the back of his truck. The fluid was spilled
onto a carpet in the driveway. The only person home was
the son who could not be held responsible forthe spill. He
was advised to have his dad remove the carpet to get rid of
the smell. All units returned to service.


7307 responded to the above stated address for a smell of
natural gas. 7307 arrived to find a large two story vet
clinic. 7307 was met by a manager who stated it may be
the hot water heater. 7307 checked the closet the water
heater was kept in and found a odor of natural gas. 7307
shut off the gas to the heater and let the closet air out.
The water heater was very old and full of dust and hair, so
7307 advised the RP to have it cleaned or replaced before
re lighting the pilot light.

S: RESPONDED FOR NATURAL GAS LEAK. O: UPON
ARRIVAL PARK MANAGER HAD GAS LEAK SHUT-OFF.
TENANT STATED HE HAD DROPPED A BICYCLE ON TOP OF
GAS METER POKING A HOLE IN THE METER CAUSING THE
LEAK. WE STAYED ON-SCENE UBTIL THE ARRIVAL OF
AVISTA. A: NATURAL GAS LEAK. P: RESPONDED,
INVESTIGATED, LEAK WAS SHUT-OFF BY PARK MANAGER,
WAITED FOR ARRIVAL OF AVISTA, RETURNED.

CALLED TO A REPORT OF A SMELL OF LPG. UPON ARRIVAL
IN AREA FOUND A LPG TRUCK WORKING JUSTTWO HOUSES
UP HILL FROM THE AREA OF CALL. THE TRUCK WORKER
STATED HE RELEASED LPG TO EMPTY THE TANK SO HE
COULD REPLACE THE TANK VAVLE. THIS WAS A
CONTROLLED RELEASE AND NO HAZARD EXISITED. WE
RETURNED.
7308 responded to the above address for a FUEL LEAK.
Upon arrival, fire personnel found a passenger car with a
damaged fuel tank, actively leaking gasoline. Fire personnel
utilized absorbant material for approximately 4 gallons of
fuel, and advised the occupant to have the car towed.

HM-3 called to gas tanker and trailer overturned on I84.
Arrived a gas tanker on its side on the freeway and the
trailer upside down on the side of the embankment. Hole
and been plugged in the tanker on the freeway. The trailer
was leaking form the center compartment and the fuel was
absorbed into the soil immediately. HM-3 preformed
offsite recon and monitored the determine hazard zone.
HM-3 requested to remain on scene by IC and NRC until
clean up company had finished drilling all the cells for off
loading. total fuel load estimated at 10,800 gals. Fuel loss
estimated at 800 gallons.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Engine 5 Lt. Carlsen was
contacted by the City of Happy Valley to conduct a
hazardous materials assessment on a private residence
located at 132 and King Road.[CRLF][CRLF]Happy Valley
indciated that a elderly female was a horder of junk and
cats. They counted twenty to sixty cats.[CRLF][CRLF]Happy
Valley requested an air analysis inside the
residence.[CRLF][CRLF]Engine 5 used the PID monitor from
HSQ 5 to conduct a thorough air analysis of the interior of
an approximate 1000 square foot house.[CRLF][CRLF]4PPM
of Amonia was picked up. 300ppm is considered
IDLH.[CRLF][CRLF]Engine 5 cleared.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]At 0940 hours on Friday July
29, 2011 we were dispatched to a gas leak. Two units were
assigned to this incident. Four personnel responded. We
arrived on scene at 0945 hours and cleared at 1123 hours.
The incident occurred at 10396 SE HILLSIDE Ct, HAPPY
VALLEY in District CC3. The local station is S6. The general
description of this property is open land or field. The
primary task(s) performed at the scene by responding
personnel was evacuation. No mutual/automatic aid was
given or received.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1110074 has
been assigned to this incident.[CRLF][CRLF]E6 arrived to the
above address with a strong smell of natural gas. E6 met
with Robert Skinner from WES to get the status of the leak.
Skinner told me that he was using the backhoe in the front
yard of the residence when the loader hit the gas line. WES
evac'd their personnel from the area. E6 performend a
neighborhood evacuation that was consistent with BC2's
direction. NWNat Gas arrived and secured the line. They
checked all structured for gas and they allowed the
residents into thier homes.[CRLF]




TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]E-1 called to a fuel spill. The
car had only a small amount of coolant from it and was no
hazard. E-1 ran the plate and it came back clear so we
cleared.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]NON INJURY MVA WITH OSP
ON SCENE. RADIATOR FLUID LEAK AND E1 PUT DOWN
ABSORBANT AND CLEARED.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]E1 responded C1 to non-
blocking non-injury MVA with minor spill. E1 crew assisted
with absorbent. E1 clear.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Engine 1 responded to a
reported sewage spill in the parking lot of the Wells Fargo
Bank. Owner stated that he and his wife was inside a store
when they came out, the sewer pipe had broken. Owner
was attempting to clean up with a broom when E1 arrived.
[CRLF][CRLF]Engine 1 arrived to find about a 50 gallon spill
of raw sewage coming from under a RV and flowing toward
a storm drain about 20 yards away. After consulting with
BC2, FF were instructed to cone off the area to keep other
vehicles from driving through the spill. The front bumper 1
3/4 was deployed and used to wash the remaining sewage
down the drain. The owner was given $40, gloves and a
Tivex suit to repair the RV. The break in the line looked to
have occured at a gasket that may have come loose in
transit.


Contacted by Harrisburg Public Works advised that the
construction crew H and J working on a project at North
9th and Azalea had struck a residential feeder line for
natural gas. and the North West Natural had all ready been
contacted E 41 stood by until the gas company arrived and
secured the line.
Residents of Dwelling called 911 to advise strong smell of
LP Gas. Arrived on scene and blocked street established
safe area. Investigation of outside LP Tank found relief
valve was malfunctioning leaking LP. Had dispatch call
Morrow County Grain Growers on call person to advise and
have him dispatched to incident. Doug Holland arrived on
scene with tools and new relief valve to repair tank and
stop leak. Cleared scene after repair completed and
returned to station.
dispatch received report of spill on Hwy. 395. Officer 52-6
arrives and believes to be oil based product & requests
ODOT for clean-up. Dispatch contacted ODOT and they
wanted hazmat team sent. Dispatch then advised HFES.
They also have learned and inform us that chemical is
Sodium Hydroxide and about 100 gallons were spread from
Highland Ave. North to Kik Rd. Chief Hart responds in 1404
and confirms spill. Also quickly learn that this spill
happened around 02:30 from a US Railways vehicle and
they have already contracted with NRC (or NRS) Co. out of
Pasco for clean-up and they are already on scene. Chief
Hart contacted clean-up Co and they have adequate plan in
place to neutralize and clean up the chemical. Chief Hart
also met with Rich Lanney with ODOT who advised they
have adequate resources en route to close off lane of
traffic. Determined that no assistance from Hermiston Fire
Dept. or Haz mat team is needed. OERS was contacted and
kept advised of situation. OERS incident # is 2011-2164.




Dispatched by OSFM duty officer Anita Phillips to HWY 74
milepost 2 for a MVC involving a semi-truck with a diesel
leak from its saddle tanks. The truck cannot be up righted
or moved until the tanks are either patched or off-loaded.
Assembled team with 9 personnel and 3 response
apparatus for incident. Upon arrival find tractor rig pulling
low-boy trailer off the road on it wheels but up a hill. major
front end damage and is undriveable. On-scene FD RP from
North Gilliam FD gave report to Stanton and Phillips and
left due to large wildland fire near his home leaving no fire
department for IC. Active leak of diesel from passengers
side saddle tank at 1 gallon per hour. First responders have
diked below tank to catch runoff. ODOT RP states truck
filled up in Ontario, OR that gave him 300 gallons on board.
At time of wreck estimated at 50 gallons used, 125 left in
tank, and 125 have been spilled to the ground. Team
isolated the saddle tanks and pumped from damaged tank
to the other saddle tank using pneumatic pump. Turned
site over to ODOT. Driver refuses to sign spill release
report. Mike Bozeman - Grp Sup Jimmy Davis - Safety Matt
Fisher - Entry Rick Jones - Entry Jeff - Armstrong - Backup
Scott Cahill - Backup Glen Phillips - Resource Ric Tunstead -
Responded to a phone call to the fire department from
HPD dispatch asking for us to check a residence where the
occupants could ''Smell gas''. 1404 responded. On arrival
the gas meter was located. The occupant stated that she
could smell gas near the gas meter service. On inspection,
the gas service has no meter in place and the gas valve is in
the off position. A faint odor of mercaptan is present in the
area. Upon initial testing, the basic gas detector indicates
the presence of gas. A second and then a third meter are
employed to detect the concentration of gas present and
both show a 0% (zero percent) concentration. The
occupants were advised to call the gas company to have it
checked by a qualified technician. I also called the 1-888-
522-1130 gas hotline and spoke with Autumn. She assured
me that the technician was en route to double check for
any problems. JSA


On scene with contractor NRC Environmental to evaluate
Ammonia smell coming from one of four Anhydrous
Ammonia railcars being shipped by Agrium Inc out of Red
Deer, Alberta. Used 2 NRC personnel as entry and 2 HM
team members as back-up to identify which tank car was
leaking. Entered hot zone with tyvek coveralls, gloves,
boots and SCBA. Leak determined to be coming from valve
dome at 700 ppm rate via PID. Used same team
configuration and donned level B PPE and SCBA for second
entry. Determined leak to be coming from dome pressure
plate seal. Team attempted to tighten pressure plate bolts
but could not lesson the amount of gas leakage. Team
exited hot zone and rehabbed. Hazmat Team, NRC and UP
rep decided it would be best to move railcar to isolated
area of yard and continue working on the seal. All agreed
the rest of the operation could be done by NRC's crew and
UP's response tech Jeff Dukes. Team 10 returned to
quarters.
On scene with contractor NRC Environmental to evaluate
Ammonia smell coming from one of four Anhydrous
Ammonia railcars being shipped by Agrium Inc out of Red
Deer, Alberta. Used 2 NRC personnel as entry and 2 HM
team members as back-up to identify which tank car was
leaking. Entered hot zone with tyvek coveralls, gloves,
boots and SCBA. Leak determined to be coming from valve
dome at 700 ppm rate via PID. Used same team
configuration and donned level B PPE and SCBA for second
entry. Determined leak to be coming from dome pressure
plate seal. Team attempted to tighten pressure plate bolts
but could not lesson the amount of gas leakage. Team
exited hot zone and rehabbed. Hazmat Team, NRC and UP
rep decided it would be best to move railcar to isolated
area of yard and continue working on the seal. All agreed
the rest of the operation could be done by NRC's crew and
UP's response tech Jeff Dukes. Team 10 returned to
quarters.


On scene with contractor NRC Environmental to evaluate
Ammonia smell coming from one of four Anhydrous
Ammonia railcars being shipped by Agrium Inc out of Red
Deer, Alberta. Used 2 NRC personnel as entry and 2 HM
team members as back-up to identify which tank car was
leaking. Entered hot zone with tyvek coveralls, gloves,
boots and SCBA. Leak determined to be coming from valve
dome at 700 ppm rate via PID. Used same team
configuration and donned level B PPE and SCBA for second
entry. Determined leak to be coming from dome pressure
plate seal. Team attempted to tighten pressure plate bolts
but could not lesson the amount of gas leakage. Team
exited hot zone and rehabbed. Hazmat Team, NRC and UP
rep decided it would be best to move railcar to isolated
area of yard and continue working on the seal. All agreed
the rest of the operation could be done by NRC's crew and
UP's response tech Jeff Dukes. Team 10 returned to
quarters.
Called to chemical spill and leak at Shears Foods. RP
advised of approximately 200 gallons of Sodium Hydroxide
had spilled out of a leaky valve on the container. Dispatch
toned for haz mat team. Upon arrival and further
investigation and information gathering found workers had
spill contained and controlled and just needed us to clean-
up spill. Advised supervisor that the team did not clean up
spills but they could call a clean up company. Spill was
about 50-60 gallons spread over a 12 foot by 12 foot area.
Containment efforts consisted of absorbant pads.
Cancelled team while enroute.


Called to chemical spill and leak at Shears Foods. RP
advised of approximately 200 gallons of Sodium Hydroxide
had spilled out of a leaky valve on the container. Dispatch
toned for haz mat team. Upon arrival and further
investigation and information gathering found workers had
spill contained and controlled and just needed us to clean-
up spill. Advised supervisor that the team did not clean up
spills but they could call a clean up company. Spill was
about 50-60 gallons spread over a 12 foot by 12 foot area.
Containment efforts consisted of absorbant pads.
Cancelled team while enroute.


Called to a Chemical spill at Shearer's Foods. Caller advised
approximately 200 gallons of Sodium Hydroxide had spilled
out of a leaky valve on the container. Activated haz-mat.
Upon arrival and further investigation found workers had
spill contained and wanted us to clean it up. Advised them
to call a clean up company. Spill was about 60 gallons
spread over a 12' x 12' area. Haz Mat Team response
canceled.
Responded to report of an MVC with fire and possibly
involving a gas line. On scene found natural gas leak in
small inground vault in property owners front lawn. Vault
was appx. 25ft from site of MVC. Leak was audible but did
not register LEL on gas meter at 3 ft. Cascade Gas was
called to scene and they stated leak was caused by
corroded piping in vault and not associated with MVC.
Engine company closed Sagebrush Rd and Identified hazard
area with scene tape. Monitored working area of MVC
with gas detector and had handline at ready. Assisted tow
company with car removal. Cascade Gas rep said he had a
crew coming to repair valve and no longer needed our
assistance. Unit returned.


Responded to report of a gas leak inside Sterling Savings
Bank. Found Employees had evacuated the building and
reported smelling gas odor in the upstairs portion of
building. 1425 crew shut off LNG supply at meter on NE
side of building. Crew entered structure with gas detector
and could not detect explosive gases. Rep from Cascade
Natural Gas arrived and said he would check building with a
more sensitive detector. He said the Fire Dept could be
released. All units returned.

Direct line called to report a large spill at the eastbound on-
ramp to I-84 at the Space Age truck stop exit. Investigation
showed a small wet spot on the overpass in the
southbound lane with liquid trail down the eastbound on-
ramp. Liquid was dark to clear and felt slick underfoot. No
puddles noted and nothing that could be alleviated by
absorbent. No action taken. PLH

Sqt62 is dispatched for a natural gas leak with HFD. On
arrival HFD C#1 has Sqt62 base at a hydrant. Soon after
arrival Sqt62 is cleared via C#1. Sqt62 clears without
incident.
E64 responded to check a fuel spill from a vehicle in a
parking lot in order to have it cleared to tow. The vehicle
was no longer leaking fuel and was cleared to tow.

Dispatched for natural gas leak. HFD on scene and in
command. Assigned to medical branch. No patient care or
evaluation required
201 called directly from Eemrgency Manager regarding
large oil spill in downtown area. I responded code 1 to
investigate and offer assistance to PD. Upon arrival found a
6 block area contaminated by what appears to be cooking
oil. Engine company and MEdic called for traffic control and
assistance with spill containment. Fire crews assisted public
works crews in scattering soil and sand over spilled areas.
Public works used front loaded and street sweepers to pick
up materials as much as possible.Investigation:201 talked
with 6th Streets Bistro, Nora's Fish House, and a bakery to
see if anyone had recently recieved or released any cooking
oils (Olive and/or vegetable). None had recevied shipments
or had used oil picked up that day.Car parked at 7th and
Cascade has 15 5 gallon cooking oil containers in the back
of it, possibly connected with the vehicle that spilled the
oil. PD is following up on that lead.




Dispatched to a reported 1 car MVC. Upon responding, 911
advised vehicle was a double trailer diesel tanker vehicle,
over the embankment, not on fire, unknown injuries. Upon
arrival, found single trailer, with pony tank diesel tanker
approximately 50 feet over south side of embankment at
milepost 63 eastbound on interstate 84. No fire seen.
Driver was checked for injuries, none found.Primary focus
shifted to hazardous materials scene. Crews did 360 degree
walk around accident site to check for leaking diesel. Crews
found current no leaks from tankers. Previous leak seen
from small hole in pony tank, but no leaking happening
during investigation. No drivers side fuel tank seen on
tractor (driver confirmed no tank existed). Passenger side
fuel tank was partially buried in mud, cannot determine
leakage (later determined to be leaking). Tractor came to
rest under main City Sewer transmission pipe (24 inch
concrete), with no visible leaking. Tractor crushed old
storm sewer line, believed to be abandoned. Tractor was
resting against support pylon holding concrete sewer line.
It was decided to not remove tankers until all fuel pumped
out of tanks and plan in place in case of sewer line breach.
Tree company (Columbia Tree Service, Kris Zorza, 541-806-
0703) was called to remove hazard trees in the area. Tree
Dispatched to Natural Gas line break at 11th and MAy
Street. Upon arrival, found residential service line damaged
by worker. Line was blowing NG into the air. Drift headed
south up 11th street. Roads closed at May/12, May/10,
June/11. Isolated area and waited for NW Natural. Upon
their arrival, the stopped leak and we returned to service.

Dispatched station alarm for odor of natural gas in a home.
Resident had left the stove on without a flame and didn't
know it. When she returned home the house smelled of
gas. She went outside and called 911. Arrive to find single
family, single story, wood frame residence with nothing
showing from the exterior. Resident was on sidewalk.
Approached the house with three gas detector on. No
odor of natural gas noted while approaching the home and
detector displayed zero LEL. Once we entered the home, a
very slight odor of gas was noted in a back room but the
detector remained at zero. We opened some windows and
cleared rest of house including the attic crawl space.
Command terminated and units cleared.


Responded to a report of a natural gas line hit by an
excavator. Upon arrival, excavator is tearing down SFD and
hit natural gas line. Locates had been done, but no locate
showed service to the property. Excavator was not digging
in ground, only crushing house with equipment. Crews
secured area and attempted evacuations, no one home to
evacuate. Few residents returned during scene operations,
but were told to stay out of homes. NNW Natural arrived
55 minutes later and controlled leak. All units cleared and
returned.

Resonded to gas leak at Discover Bicycles with owner of
the business on scene. Arrived to find gas leaking from
unknown area at the meter which services the entire
building. Valve shut down by fire department personnel
and leak stopped. Fire crews remained on scene until NW
natural gas arrived to investigate. NWNG responder briefly
turned valve on to find source of leak which was one of the
pipe threads. I appeared that the meter had been struck
by something and had damaged some threads which
caused the leak. All units cleared the scene. NWNG
remained with business owner to discuss repairs.
Station Alarm - Dispatched to vehicle leaking gasoline in
the Walmart parking lot. Apparently the driver ran over an
object on the freeway that punctured the fuel tank.
Arrived to find gasoline leaking from the vehicle. Used
container to caputure remaining fuel (approximately 3
gallons) in tank and used absorbant to pick up fuel on
pavement. Driver stated prior to striking object, fuel level
was 3/4 of a tank. Vehicle driver was provided ride in
Engine to obtain rental vehicle from D&S Auto body and
Rivers Edge towed vehicle.Driver:Diane E Bradway1340
Cascade Hood River, ORODL 6127204Vehicle:2010 Subaru
OutbackOR 485-FBJInsurance:Safeco - 1-866-472-
3326Policy # P5471258Agent- Bisneft Ins.


Dispatched to a vehicle leaking gasoline. RP reported that
his gas tank was leaking gasoline and had leaked approx. 1
gallon prior to our arrival.

Arrived to a vehicle parked in front of the service bay of
Northwest Transmission Shop located at the above
address. The RP advised his gas takn and fuel pump was
replaced at this shop earlier that day and that he noticed it
leaking when he filled it with gasoline. He decided to drive
it back to the repair shop and found that there was nobody
at the shop. The RP decided to call 911 since the gasoline
was still leaking.

E-876 Crew put down absorbant under the leak. the leak
was at about 120 drops per minute. The RP reported that
there was about 11 gallons of gasoline in the tank and that
he had just filled it earlier.

E-876 requested NORCOM contact the RP for the Repair
Shop to have someone come to the aid of the indevidual
with the vehicle problem and to mitigate the leaking gas
tank. The RP for the repair shop arrived and Units cleared.
Dispatched to propane leak and possible fire at mobile
food prep and vending truck parked at this location. Upon
arrival, determined that a vehicle mounted propane tank
was leaking from the overpressure valve. This tank was
mounted under the vehicle and was one of two tanks
mounted under the vehicle. Established command and
with the assistance of IPD closed off Monmouth Street and
created a safe perimeter around the vehicle. Manually
bled off some of the propane gas until the leak dissipated.
Had D91 respond and inspect tanks for possible code issues
related to the condition of the tanks. D91 determined that
the tanks should be placed out of service and issued notice
to the owner/operator.


On 03/24/2011 at 14:33:01 HM10 was dispatched to Ely
Canyon Rd about 3/4 miles West of Hwy 74 for overturned
semi truck and trailer with leaking diesel fuel out of a
saddle tank. The truck had two 110 gallon tanks. We were
also notified that this was a likely culturally sensitive area.
The area was identified by DEQ as both a possible Native
American site and as a historical site. Incident Command
was MCSO was under-sheriff Steve Myren. There was
limited communication prior to arrival as this was located
in a low valley. ODOT was also on scene prior to our arrival.
DEQ had sent orders to the IC Myren that the fuel needed
off loaded prior to righting the truck. Arrived at 16:19:30 to
find a semi truck and trailer of rebar on its right side off a
steep bank. Diesel leak was confirmed and ODOT had
already placed absorbent pads and booms to catch the
leaking fuel. HM10 noted that there was also a large 35
gallon hydraulic tank that would also need to be off loaded
due to damaged fittings. At 16:35 the team briefing
commenced and the action plan was formulated. Using
turnouts and chemical gloves the area around the leaking
tank was shoveled onto plastic sheeting. Plastic sheeting
was also used to catch fuel while the plug and patch kit was
On 03/24/2011 at 14:33:01 HM10 was dispatched to Ely
Canyon Rd about 3/4 miles West of Hwy 74 for overturned
semi truck and trailer with leaking diesel fuel out of a
saddle tank. The truck had two 110 gallon tanks. We were
also notified that this was a likely culturally sensitive area.
The area was identified by DEQ as both a possible Native
American site and as a historical site.

Incident Command was MCSO was under-sheriff Steve
Myren. There was limited communication prior to arrival as
this was located in a low valley. ODOT was also on scene
prior to our arrival. DEQ had sent orders to the IC Myren
that the fuel needed off loaded prior to righting the truck.

Arrived at 16:19:30 to find a semi truck and trailer of rebar
on its right side off a steep bank. Diesel leak was confirmed
and ODOT had already placed absorbent pads and booms
to catch the leaking fuel. HM10 noted that there was also a
large 35 gallon hydraulic tank that would also need to be
off loaded due to damaged fittings. At 16:35 the team
briefing commenced and the action plan was formulated.
Using turnouts and chemical gloves the area around the
leaking tank was shoveled onto plastic sheeting. Plastic
sheeting was also used to catch fuel while the plug and
On Wednesday, September 21, 2011, at about 1900 hours,
Engines 51 and 58 and C-5 (Chief) were dispatched to
62272 Evergreen Road for a natural gas line that was
ruptured while digging for an underground cable. They
arrived on scene at about 1905 hours and established a
safe area until Avista arrived and turned off the leak. They
cleared the scene at about 1920 hours.

Small diesel spill out of a transfer tank in the back of a
pickup. Transfer tank was shut off by bystanders and the
owner of the vehicle was made aware of the problem.
At 2040hr Joseph fire was dispatched to a fuel spill behind
Paul chevron in Joseph OR.. Upon arrival we found approx
6 Gallon of Gas Spilled on to the ground.
the spill happened when Yasha Sturqill was filling her car
and the gas pump would not shut off. Joseph fire took
action by pushing the car out of the puddle of gas and
spreading absorbent over the affected aria soaking the spill
up and properly despising of the used absorbent. when the
task was complete Joseph fire returned to Quarters and
returned in service.

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Buska words cut a feeder line in the alley bhind the Speery
Public
building. Wind was from the N.E. Evacuated the speer
building pulled a charged line while NW Natural Gas
crimped off the line.
Shut off gas at meter. Occupants left residence until gas
company arrived.
Called by KZP who responded on a port a potty that had
been tipped over in the road. They up righted the unit and
were concerned about the blue chemical from inside and
called us. R353 arrived and moved unit out of street and
called the port a potty company who stated there was no
hazard from liquid in the unit. Most of it had been washed
away by rain at that time. R353 cleared with no further
hazard.
Responded on a report of a natural gas leak. Arrived to
find resident stating that they thought they may have
smelled gas. NW Natural arrived just after us. Structure
and all appliances were checked by us and NW Natural with
no hazards found.
Responded on a natural gas leak with Northwest Natural on
scene. Arrived to find contractor had broken a 3/4'' service
line to house while installing new water line in the street.
After consulting with NWN the residence atmosphere was
checked by E355. House was found to be in the explosive
range and doors and windows were opened to allow for
natural ventilation. Access to back door was made by
breaking a small window in the door. House was
rechecked 4 times with the gas level found to be zero
throughout on the last check. House was turned over to
NWN who were continuing to ventilate the ground around
the house. No further hazards.


Responded on a natural gas leak. Arrived to find a car had
hit the natural gas service to the building. Gas was venting
into atmosphere. approximately 40 people were in the
area that needed to be evacuated into a safe zone. People
were evacuated and the building was secured until NW
Natural arrived and shut off the gas. Building was cleared
of gas and deemed safe to re enter by NW Natural and our
AIM. Scene was turned over to NW Natural with no further
hazards found.

Called for a fuel spill. Owner's tow company called due to
info there was a pickup leaking fuel. Arrived to find
approximately 1/2 cup of fuel on ground. Owner explained
that there was a leak in a fuel injector line and it only
leaked when the engine was running. The vehicle was
going to be towed home. Crews cleaned up the 1/2 cup of
fuel.
Called for a natural gas leak. RP states that daughter hit
gas line in garage. Arrived to find vehicle half in garage,
moderate odor of gas in area approximately 20 feet away.
Crew shut off gas at meter. Made entry to find gas line in
garage broken near water heater. Crews cleared house
and garage with AIMS device. D381 contacted NW Natural
Gas for service call. Occupants advised.
Called for a natural gas leak. Contractor cut residential gas
line while digging out for a driveway. Arrived to find sound
of gas leaking from line buried by dirt, seemed to be
dissipating rapidly. Contacted NW Natural and kept area
clear until they arrived and released scene to them when
they plugged leak.

Dispatched to a public service for a smell of gas. Arrived to
find NW Natural on scene. Source of smell was found to be
propane leaking from a BBQ on the back side of the house.
Propane tank was shut off and atmosphere in house was
checked with no further hazards found.

Called for an odor of natural gas. resident states that when
she got up this morning she had an odd odor in her
apartment. Her daughter thought it smelled like rotten
eggs. Arrived to find resident outside of apartment. A faint
odor half way up outside stirs. No odor of gas in
apartment. Water heater and furnace were only gas
appliances with electronic ignition. All reading throughout
apartment and apartment beneath were normal. No CO
reading. Resident stated that odor had dissipated when
asked back into apartment. I advised her to call back if
odor came back. UTL on cause.


Called for a fuel spill by KZP. E355 arrived to find a Chevy
SUV that was leaking fuel while the engine was running.
Inspected to find vehicle had no leaking fluids while shut
off. A small amount of fuel was dried into pavement that
required no action for clean up.

Responded to a gas leak, hold drilled in gas meter by Direct
TV installer. Shut off gas and vented home stand by until
gas company arrived.
3113, 3114, 3103 responded to a reported poss. natural
gas leak in a warehouse (also the burned site of a recent
structure fire at the corner of 11th and Klamath). Upon
arrival a member of the demolition crew stated that they
were in the middle of demo, with an excavator, when they
began smelling a very strong odor of what they thought
was natural gas. 3113 and 3114 attempted to gain readings
on air monitors but found nothing. Avista was dispatched
to the seen. It was confirmed that no gas lines were going
into the building anymore and that all gas lines surrounding
the building were cleared of any problems per Avista.
Avista employees stated that any old gas lines may still
have residual amounts of odor (even up to 20yrs later) that
could be what the demo crew was smelling. No problem
found. All crews cleared. Demolition crew contact info:
Tomahawk Abatement Demolition and Construction LLC
Roy M. Agard 541-591-2172




3112 responded to ares for a strange smell. After searching
ares unable to smell reported oder.
3183 was dispatched to an odor of gasoline. Upon arrival
at scene; area was examined and no odor or source of
gasoline found. No further actions were taken by 3183

3111 Dispatched to the instersection of S. 6th St. / Avalon
for a spill of an unknown substance. Upon arrival we noted
a puddle about 12' in diameter with material spread out via
vehicle tires. 3111 established a safe working area,
controlled traffic, and deployed 2 bags of absorbent. Our
type of absorbent was ineffective so we asked for city
streets to respond. While city streets personnel were
performing clean up operations, 3111 personell continued
to control traffic. City streets personnel deemed the spill
area clean and we ceased traffic control.End of
report.Captain Poe.

3113 responded to a report of non injury MVA with fuel
leaking. On arrival 3113 was directed to a pickup truck with
the rear axle dislodged leaking a small amount of brake
fluid. No fuel was leaking. 3113 put some absorbent on the
leak and told the PD what we had. 3113 asked PD if they
needed anything else. They did not. 3113 took no further
action.
Dispatched to a gas leak at above location. On scene
people in the yard smoking directed us to the back yard.
Throughout all of the area there is a sewage smell noted.
Stronger in back yard near motor home. further leak
detection found strong smell air monitor alarmed for both
H2S and CO. Further examination found strongest
detection in battery compartment. Owner related that he
just had the batteries check out. He also related that he
has had the motor home plugged in for over a week.
Batteries appeared to be overcharging. Owner related that
he would take the batteries out and get them checked. He
also related he would get the charging system checked as
well. Opened all compartments and windows to allow for
airing out. Motor home left in the care of owner. No
further actions take.


Dispatched to a cut gas line at above location. 3103 on
scene confirm gas line cut by ditch digger. 3113 on scene
blocked access. 3114 blocked other access. all units
denied entry and monitored air. No lel noted throughout
area. Avisita on scene related 2 inch main line requested
fire units to stand by and continue to air monitor. Avisita
crew on scene. Shane with avista related with the crews
on scene fire department was no longer needed. Scene
releases to Avisita. no further actions taken.

Dispatched to a smell of gas in the area. en route noticed
smell of possible oil in the area. On scene no smell noticed.
Made contact with reportee, he related that there was a
strong smell but now has dissipated. Advised reportee of
air stagnation in the area. Also air monitored the residence
with nothing detected. Advised residence to call if
anything changed. no further actions taken.

3111, 3103, 3112 dispatched to the area of the 1500 Block
of Derby for a smell of natural gas that we were unable to
locate.End of report.Captain Poe.
Units responded to the Union Pacific rail yard for a report
of an odor of ammonia coming from a rail car in the yard.
Upon arrival we found the anhydrous ammonia car sitting
in the yard almost adjacent to the rail office. We were met
by the rail manager who advised us that the train crew
noticed an ammonia odor coming from the car. There was
no odor noticed untill we approached about 10 feet from
the car. The rail yard was shut down to rail traffic and the
rail haz mat specialist was contacted in Portland. The local
haz mat team was dispatched. It appeared to be a small
leak so the exclusion zone was the area immediatly around
the car. The haz mat team arrived and determined that the
leak was coming from under one of the liquid valves on top
of the car. attempts to stop the leak were unsuccesful untill
the UP haz mat spec. arrived and the bolts holding down
the valve were tightened. He determined that the leak had
been mitigated and returned the car to service.No other
action taken.LPB




Units responded to the Union Pacific rail yard for a report
of an odor of ammonia coming from a rail car in the yard.
Upon arrival we found the anhydrous ammonia car sitting
in the yard almost adjacent to the rail office. We were met
by the rail manager who advised us that the train crew
noticed an ammonia odor coming from the car. There was
no odor noticed untill we approached about 10 feet from
the car. The rail yard was shut down to rail traffic and the
rail haz mat specialist was contacted in Portland. The local
haz mat team was dispatched. It appeared to be a small
leak so the exclusion zone was the area immediatly around
the car. The haz mat team arrived and determined that the
leak was coming from under one of the liquid valves on top
of the car. attempts to stop the leak were unsuccesful untill
the UP haz mat spec. arrived and the bolts holding down
the valve were tightened. He determined that the leak had
been mitigated and returned the car to service.No other
action taken.LPB
3112 responded to a poss carbon monixide problem. On
arrival met by Avista Gas Co. who had previously checked
out entire residence. When I visisted occupant she stated
she felt ''funny'' and felt it might be co. There was not any
other problems, she refused medical. No other action
taken.

Dispatched to a smell of gas at above location. Upon
arrival manger assisted us to the area of concern near the
valve. Small odor of gas noted. No LEL noted on the air
monitor. Made entry to the laundry room no noted smell
of gas no noted LEL on air monitor. Gas leak detector used
back at the original area by the gas meter. Small gas leak
noted by the monitor at the shut off valve. Avista notified
and related they were en-route. Scene left with manger.
No noted LEL or change on gas monitor. All units cleared.


3114, 3113 and 3103 responded to the listed location for a
reported gas leak. On arrival we were met by the
homeowner who said that he'd hit the gas line with a
shovel. We entered the back yard of the residence and
turned the gas meter off. It was readily apparent that the
gas supply line is what was cut with the shovel.We made
certain that the residence had all windows and doors
closed and no open foundation vents and waited for Avista
to arrive to control the leak. On arrival of the Avista
service tech, the gas leak was very quickly shut off and
controled. 3113 was released after arriving on scene and
3114 and 3103 waited until Avista had arrived and the leak
was controlled. Avista cleared the residence and stated
that he would turn the gas meter back on and check all gas
appliances. 3114 and 3103 cleared the scene. CJG


3111 called to standby at Kingsley Field for a hazmat
release.End of report.Captain Poe.
Requested to standby at kingsley field for an inflight emerg.
Cancelled by kingley command before arrival.
3113 was dispatched to a natural gas smell. Upon arrival at
scene; Occupant had self-evacuated. 3113 air-monitored
perimeter of occupancy and located an odor consistant
with natural gas at the meter for occupancy. 3113 then air-
monitored the interior of occupancy and detected
presence of natural gas in the kitchen area. AVISTA
personnel were summoned. The American range oven had
a gas control valve for the aright rear burner in the
''minimum'' position allowing a small amount of unburned
gas into this occupancy. 3113 turned this valve off. AVISTA
personnel arrived at scene, were advised of situation, and
took over this incident for final mitigation. No further
action(s) were taken by 3113.


3113 called to investigate a possible gas leak. rp stated she
has not been feeling well, dizzy and muddled, she also
stated she has had alot of dead flies and she thought her
dog was sluggish as well. on arrival all of the windows in
the house were open; we proceeded inside and monitored
the air in all rooms and around all of the gas lines and
appliances, no co and no explosive gas was detected. we
closed all of the windows and waited for the arrival of
avista, avistas crews monitored all of the rooms and
appliances as well and found nothing. there was an odor
that smelled like sewer gas in the entry to the home but
nothing else was detected. advised tenant to place co
detectors on all floors and turned the scene over to avista.
avista advised they were confident there was no leak in the
house and were going to preform a foundation survey
before leaving.


3103, 3111, 3112 dispatched to 2338 Wiard St for a
possible CO / Fuel oil leak. Upon arrival residents stated
that they have four younge children that are vomiting and
that they believe that they may have a CO leak in the
house. Air monitor reading showed normal levels inside
the house and we were unable to detect any odors of
concern. 3111 went into a side building to monitor the air
which was also normal. 3111 explained to the residents
that we are able to monitor for small number of gases and
that none of which were present. Residents main concern
was CO which we were able to rule out.End of
report.Captain Poe.
3111 arrived to find a female occupant c/o the smell of gas
near her gas cook stove. She also stated her dog was
sniffing around it as well, we did note the dog bowel with
food in front of the stove. We could not smell any gas and
our m40 had no change in the readings. Avista arrived on
scene and took over the investigation. No further action
from 3111.
3183 was dispatched to fuel spilled in a parking lot. 3183
located the source of the diesel fuel leak as a transfer tank
in the bed of a pickup. The fuel was leaking through a vent
hose assembly that does not contain a check valve
assembly thereby allowing fuel to free flow to the ground.
3183 plugged this vent hose assembly to stop leakage.
Responsible party located in nearby laundrmat. 3183
directed the responsible party to install a check valve in the
vent hose assembly. Subject vehicle was a Chevrolet
Silverado Pickup; Mississippi License Tag MN3-993,
Responsible Party Mississippi Drivers License # 80221609,
Insured by Progressive Insurance Policy # 509341649.
Amount of fuel spill ; 5 gallon not recoverable due to
raining condition and disbursement of fuel. No further
action(s) were taken by 3183.


Dispatched to a smell of gas in the residence. On scene air
monitoring and leak detection performed through the
house, no gas detected. Continuing monitored leak
detection performed at meeter. Small leak noted at fitting.
Avista notified. 3114 cleared. 3113 turned scene over to
homeowner and 3103 waiting for avista arrival. 3113
cleared no further actions taken.

3113 was dispatched to a natural gas leak. Upon arrival at
scene; Cleanup technician stated that product was leaking
from the natural gas meter. 3113 determined that the gas
meter had been struck and displaced. Meter was leaking at
an elbow on the discharge side. 3113 shut off the supply to
the meter; leak stopped. 3113 summoned AVISTA
personnel to scene. Incident turned over to AVISTA
personnel for final mitigation. No further action(s) were
taken by 3113.
Dispatched to a possiable gas leak inside residence. Upon
arrival residences were out side related that the smelled
gas inside. Entered residence with gas monitor. small
amount of odorant noted when first entered house. No
hazardous condition noted on air monitor. Found gas stove
and gas water heater inside house appeared to be in
working condition. Avista on scene related they found a
small leak at the fitting on the stove. Per Avista no hazard
and they would handle the repair. All units cleared. Avista
stayed on scene.

3103, 3111, and 3112 dispatched to a Natural Gas leak.
Arrived on scene to find an excavator severed a residential
line. FF Cunningham slowed the leak until arrival of Avista.
End of report.Capt. Poe
Went to a RV in driveway of residence of Tim Conner, DOB
= 04/19/1959, who had a leaky propane tank on the RV.
RP was apparently trying to fill his existing propane tank on
the RV with a bulk 15 gallon tank with a hose from his
garage. Plastic cap on fill port was removed and relieved
pressure which resolved the leak. Air monitoring was done
around the RV and found no detectable explosive limits.
RP was instructed to discontinue filling off of the bulk tank
and to keep all valves in the off position until he has it
serviced by certified propane dealer.


Report of natural gas leak. On scene found high pressure
line had been hit with a pick and leaking near home.
Confirmed Avista was responding, canceled 3113 and
cleared area around leak. Avista on scene and stopped
leak. Scene turned over to Avista.
3103, 3113, 3114 were dispatched to a vehicle leaking
gasoline. 3114 was cancelled prior to their response. 3103
on scene, found a late model SUV parked on the street in
front of 4522 El Cerrito Way. The occupant had been
driving the car, parked it in the driveway at the address,
and was advised by a passer-by that the vehicle was leaking
gasoline. The occupant moved the vehicle from the
driveway to the street and had washed down the driveway
prior to FD arrival. The vehicle was not leaking on the
arrival of 3103.Gasoline spilled was less than a gallon.
Owner had made arrangements to have the vehicle towed
to a mechanic for inspection/repair. 3113 was cancelled
while responding. No further action was needed by FD. End
of report by BC Riblett


REport of natural gas leak. Pipe struck by back hoe. 3114
and 3103 on scene found feeder line leaking with strong
gusting winds. Home owner states they had closed all
windows and doors to home and all power was off.
Notified avista who arrived on scene shortly after or arrival
and stopped leak and released crews. Scene turned over
and 3114 cleared.

Responded to report of a carbon monoxide detector
sounding at residence. Residence were told to evacuate by
firecom. We arrived to find an elderly female and her
daughter outside a double wide mfr home. She stated her
co alarm would go off and on for about an hour so she
decided to call 911. We did not observe the alarm
sounding, but did see that it was a Kidd carbon monoxide
and smoke detector that was hard wired and about 19
years old according to homeowner. Using the CO detector
on 3111 we found the levels as high as 27 ppm. Residence
was equipped with a gas water heater, gas furnace and gas
range. We found no problem with the water heater and
furnace. We were suspicious of the range but found no
spikes near it. The occupants did just finish cooking dinner.
We advised firecom to dispatch Avista to location to
perform a more thorough inspection. We allowed the
occupants to reenter home while keeping a window and
door open until Avista arrived as they did not have an ETA.
Units dispatched to the smell of gas in back yard. On arrival
no gas noted by M40, Tic monitor or smell. UTL any leak.
3103 remained on scene for Avista. 3111 crew investigated
neighbors back yard utl. No further action taken.

Units dispatched to a reported gas leak. On arrival we
found a 3/4 inch gas riser that had been sheared off by a
push lawn mower. Gas was flowing freely from the pipe
Avista was notified and responded. We notified the
adjoining neighbors. Avista arrived and plugged the leak.
No further action taken by KCFD1. 3112 was cancelled
enroute. Gas monitoring was done with the M-40 and TIC.

Units dispatched to a brushfire assignment for a Propane
tank fire. On arrival we were greeted by Jim Poore Sr. and
Jr. who reported the fire to be out. They reported the BBQ
had been on fire and they extinguished it with a garden
hose then shut off the propane tank. On investigation we
found a BBQ which is seldom used had a fire which burned
down to the propane tank and melted the plastic
connection handle. We disconnected the tank and placed it
in the Yard advised the home owner to contact amerigas
for instruction on what to do with the tank. It was not
leaking but had direct flame impingement on it. Other
units cancelled, situation under control.Home owner was
very appreciative on the Poores putting out the fire.No
further action taken.


3111, 3112, 3103 were dispatched to a reported natural
gas leak at 5106 Ankeny. 3103 on scene and investigated.
Reporting party, Mr. HW Payne, 541-850-8553, had been
outside near his gas meter at the rear of his residence. He
had smelled the odor of natural gas. On 3103 arrival, there
was no odor present. 3111 was cancelled while responding.
3112 was released upon arrival. 3103 waited for Avista to
respond. Avista found a small leak in a coupling in the iron
pipe going to the meter. Avista advised they did not require
the Fire Dept. 3103 cleared with no other action taken. End
of report by BC Riblett
Dispatched to a gas leak inside a residence. Upon arrival
3103 on scene and in command. Occupant related that she
was moving a dryer when she could hear a hissing of gas
sound. Residence also related that they turned off the gas
at the meter. Air monitored and ventilated structure.
Highest reading on air monitor was 21% LEL. Continued to
ventilate building. Avista on scene and capped off valve
inside house and restored service to residence. All LEL's at
0%. No further actions taken, house left in the care of
Avista and home owner.

3112,3111 and 3103 responded to ruptured gas line. Upon
arrival found owner digging to fix sprinklers and sliced gas
line. Owner had folded over the line and clamped it with
vise grips. Owner advised that avista gas was enroute.
Advised to stay clear of the area until avista arrived. No
further action by on scene crews. End of report by Captain
R. West.
Units were dispatched to location for an odor of natural gas
in the kitchen area. Upon arrival there was a pilot light that
had gone out. The pilot light was re-lit. There was no
other source of leakage. The lobby and kitchen areas were
monitored and there was no gas or odor of gas detected.
All units left the scene.

3112,3111 and 3103 responded to reported gas smell in
the house. Upon arrival, owner advised of smell of gas in
the basement and ground floor kitchen. Investigation with
air monitor and thermal camera revealed nothing.
Basement CO monitor was flashing but nothing found.
Owner advised to change detector batteries or detector
unit. Avista on scene to check the residence. Scene turned
over to Avista. No further action by 3112. End of report by
Captain R. West.
3113 was dispatched to an odor of natural gas inside a
personal residence. Upon arrival at scene; Occupant
evacuated and advised 3113 of an odor in the living room.
3113 performed air monitoring in the interior and exterior
of this residence and detected no natural gas vapor. 3113
summoned AVISTA personnel to scene. AVISTA personnel
determined that the residence furnace was defective and
shut the gas off to it. Occupant was issued a ''Danger
Notice Unsafe Occupancy'' and instructed not to use the
furnace until repaired by a qualified third party. 3113 spoke
to the property owner via telephone and advised him of
this situation. No further action(s) taken by 3113.


3114, 3103, 3111 to diesel spill, pump off. 3114 responded
and cancelled other apparatus. On scene, reportee no
longer on site. Approx 1/2 gal diesel spill on pavement
beside pumps. Absorbant placed. 3114 avail.

Dispatched for antifreeze leak from MVC. Put out
absorbent which was cleaned up by the wrecker.
Responded to MVC at Greenwood and Adams. Found
small spill of antifreeze, covered spill with absorbant.

On 03/31/2011 at 14:02:05 dispatched To 1308 Penn
Avenue LG/La Grande, OR 97850. The location is a 1 or 2
family dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n)
Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 14:05:07 arrived on scene.
The following actions were performed on scene: Shut down
system Investigate We opened up the doors, it passively
ventilated. The gas company (Avista) responded. The
landlord responded. It was determined to be a leaking
natural gas connection at the water heater, and a small
leak on the gas range. It was being repaired or replaced by
the landlord. Units responding were: Unit E45 responded.
14:20:50 all units back in service.
On 08/19/2011 at 15:43:27 dispatched To 1706 K Avenue
LG/La Grande, OR 97850. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 15:46:30 arrived on scene. The
following involvements were noted: Name/Business Name
Involvement Type -----------------------------------------------------
Kemp, Mike            Property Owner The following actions
were performed on scene: HazMat detection, monitoring,
sampling. The occupant had already shut the meter off.
Avista was notified and was responding. Low LEL (3) levels
and the odor of gas could be detected in the basement
only. The next door neighbor smelled it outside yesterday.
No accumulation of gas, probably the meter stopped the
flow. Left for Avista to determine. Units responding were:
Unit E45 responded. 15:58:07 all units back in service.




C40 responded to the Super 8 for a gas odor. Avista
responded as well. We found a very small leak in the
laundry room. It was a flex line going to the east gas dryer.
Tim from Avista remained on scene to disconnect the line.
It was shut off prior to me leaving. No LEL's present. Julie
at the desk was apprised of the situation. C40 returned.




01/06/2011 07:34:19 AM Carpenter On 01/05/2011 at
14:57:44 dispatched To 1ST ST & B AVE /Lake Oswego, OR
97034. The location is a Vehicle parking area. The incident
was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG).
15:00:54 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Investigate Units responding were:
Unit E214 responded. 15:32:15 all units back in service.
slight smell of natural gas near gas meter. our detector did
not sence the leak. we had Northwest Natural Gas come
out to check it out
01/17/2011 01:32:10 PM Lorenzen On 01/17/2011 at
09:26:37 dispatched To 5TH ST & D AVE /Lake Oswego, OR
97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 09:30:16 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: Refer to proper authority Units
responding were: Unit BAT1 responded. Unit E214
responded. 10:20:10 all units back in service. Contractors
hit 3/4 inch inground gas line while digging to install new
sewer line to house. Called NWNG company to respond. E-
214 & B-1 evacuated surrounding three houses and
monitored with gas detector. Blocked of roadway with
LOPD. Once NWNG was on scene they evaluated and
cleared fire and LOPD.

09/15/2011 07:04:36 AM Carpenter On 09/14/2011 at
10:20:25 dispatched To 8TH ST & F AVE /Lake Oswego, OR
97034. The location is a Residential street, road or
residential driveway. The incident was determined to be
a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 10:25:05 arrived on
scene. The following actions were performed on scene:
Establish safe area Units responding were: Unit E214
responded. 10:33:27 all units back in service. We arrived
with Northwest Natural Gas on scene. We stood by while
NWNG clamped the gas line to control the leak.

02/01/2011 04:40:18 PM Wheeler On 02/01/2011 at
16:08:50 dispatched To BRYANT RD & LAKEVIEW BLVD
/LAKE OSWEGO, OR 97034. The location is a Residential
street, road or residential driveway. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Oil or other combustible liquid spill.
16:16:39 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Hazardous materials spill control and
confine Units responding were: Unit E212 responded. E212
was called by LOPD for oil leak from a car while waiting for
tow. approx 3 quart had spilled on the ground and was
controled with kitty litter and was to be removed by tow
company at the direction of the PD. 16:23:27 all units back
in service.
02/24/2011 07:44:51 AM Ritchey On 02/23/2011 at
17:18:24 dispatched To LAKERIDGE DR & SOUTH SHORE
BLVD /LAKE OSWEGO, OR 97034. The location is a
Residential street, road or residential driveway. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gasoline or other
flammable liquid spill. 17:22:29 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Remove
hazard Units responding were: Unit E212 responded.
17:35:48 all units back in service. Car owner had topped
off her fuel tank and parked on side slope causing fuel to
leak out overflow. Had her turn car around and informed
her not to top off her vehicle next time. Maintenance on
scene with absorbent. Less than 1/2 gallon leaked.


12/22/2011 04:32:59 PM Cantin On 12/22/2011 at
14:07:03 dispatched To 12 DOVER WAY /Lake Oswego, OR
97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 14:12:46 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: Investigate Provide advanced
life support (ALS) Units responding were: Unit T211
responded. 15:17:31 all units back in service.

10/16/2011 10:14:41 PM Soyk On 10/16/2011 at 20:27:00
dispatched To 1227 ASH ST /Lake Oswego, OR 97034. The
location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG).
20:30:49 arrived on scene. The following involvements
were noted: Name/Business Name                     Involvement Type ----
------------------------------------------------ Nelsen, Norman
Occupant/Owner The following actions were performed on
scene: Evacuate area Ventilate Notify other agencies. Units
responding were: Unit 2101 responded and took these
actions: Cancelled en route Unit BAT1 responded and took
these actions: Incident command Unit E212 responded and
took these actions: Evacuate area Unit E214 responded and
took these actions: Provide manpower Unit T211
responded and took these actions: Provide manpower
Mutual aid received: Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue 21:40:43
all units back in service. ------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------- 10/16/2011 10:20:49 PM Soyk
E212 dispatched to the address above for an odor
investigation. Dispatch reports the elderly resident pulled
his car too far into his garage and hit the furnace. Now he
smells gas. E212 arrived to find the Occupants inside the
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12/23/2011 03:04:03 PM Cantin On 12/23/2011 at
09:50:35 dispatched To 1235 MCVEY AVE /LAKE OSWEGO,
OR 97034. The location is a Restaurant or cafeteria. The
incident was d
06/07/2011 01:57:11 PM Cantin On 06/07/2011 at
12:20:01 dispatched To 14640 UPLANDS DR /LAKE
OSWEGO, OR 97034. The location is a Residential street,
road or residential driveway. The incident was determined
to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 12:26:21 arrived
on scene. The following actions were performed on scene:
Notify other agencies. Investigate Units responding were:
Unit E210 responded. 12:57:25 all units back in service. -----
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06/07/2011 02:05:13 PM Cantin E210 Dispatched to a gas
line struck by excavating equipment. E210 was notified
that NW Natural was already called by someone on site.
Upon our arrival I contacted the worker who reported the
gas line break. Jose Ortiz of Endless Design Landscape 503-
931-3820. NW Natural arrived and we stood by until they
had controlled the leak. E210 cleared.


05/10/2011 03:36:59 PM McVicker On 05/10/2011 at
13:41:58 dispatched To 1484 BONNIEBRAE DR /Lake
Oswego, OR 97034. The location is a Multifamily dwelling.
The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural
gas or LPG). 13:47:58 arrived on scene. The following
actions were performed on scene: Standby HazMat
detection, monitoring, sampling, & ana Units responding
were: Unit E214 responded. E214C responded to report of
outdoor cut natural gas line. FD arrived to find workers
with G's Concrete Inc. had cut a gas line approx. 8 feet from
1484. NWNG responsed and secured the leak. FD with
NWNG monitored 1492, 1484, 1466 and 1448, no
detectable levels obtained. FD had no access to 1400, unit
was on up-wind side of leak. Real Estate agent Jenna Lee
notified by phone message for unit 1400. Contractor info:
G's Concrete Inc. Gerardo Herrera - owner. On-site RP
Diego Herrea. Company phone 503-891-5947, fax 503-513-
5885. email: contact@gsconcretework.com CCB#191032
14:49:57 all units back in service.
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08/10/2011 08:51:54 AM Lorenzen On 08/07/2011 at
08:30:43 dispatched To 15848 SPRINGBROOK CT /Lake
Oswego, OR 97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The inciden
01/21/2011 11:00:58 AM Nicholson On 01/21/2011 at
09:59:39 dispatched To 16160 PARELIUS CIR /Lake
Oswego, OR 97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 10:02:46 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Investigate
Ventilate Refer to proper authority Units responding were:
Unit BAT1 responded. Unit T211 responded. 10:31:42 all
units back in service. ----------------------------------------------------
---------------------------- 01/21/2011 11:16:56 AM Nicholson
House cleaning lady was cleaning around the fire place and
noticed the smell of gas after she had been dusting around
the fire place. She opened some doors and windows left
the house and called 911. On T-211's arrival we smelled a
strong odor of gas/odorant. We stepped back and
established a perimeter, dawned our SCBA, shut off the
O/S meter going in to the residence. We waited a few min
for the gas to clear and entered the res. in full PPE & SCBA
opening more windows and doors. We monitored the air
with our gas monitor, we found the kitchen and living room
area that had the fire place brought to our attention by the
cleaning lady had the highest reading with in the explosive
05/15/2011 12:57:17 AM Nicholson On 05/14/2011 at
22:21:45 dispatched To 17602 BLUE HERON DR /Lake
Oswego, OR 97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 23:19:51 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Refer to
proper authority/NW N Gas Investigate Units responding
were: Unit E212 responded and took these actions:
Cancelled en route Unit T211 responded. 23:52:31 all units
back in service. -----------------------------------------------------------
--------------------- 05/15/2011 01:06:57 AM Nicholson T-211
responded to an odor of gas in the area of Blue Heron Dr.
On arrival several neighbors were out side C/O gas odor
outside of their homes. Investigation found the odor to be
in and around the dispatch address. Gas was shut off at the
meter of 17602 Blue Heron Dr. NW Natural Gas was
contacted to respond by the home owner and us to give
them an up date. The strongest odor of gas was on the ''D''
side of the structure and in the A-D corner of the inside of
the structure. We updated the Gas Co. on there arrival and
stood by. The Gas Co. and T-211's crew were able to locate
the gas leak under the side walk going down the ''D'' side of
01/26/2011 07:30:25 AM Carlson On 01/25/2011 at
15:08:04 dispatched To 2040 RIDGE POINTE DR /Lake
Oswego, OR 97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Chemical
hazard (no spill or leak). 15:15:56 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Determine if
materials are non-hazardous Units responding were: Unit
BAT1 responded. Unit E212 responded. 15:31:19 all units
back in service. -----------------------------------------------------------
--------------------- 01/26/2011 07:34:32 AM Carlson Arrived
and found no hazard. Arrived to find homeowner on
driveway without complaint. She states she is worried that
her furnace might me malfunctioning since she has had a
headache today. AMR with contact nothing found. E-212
checked home with nothing found on monitors
12/02/2011 09:12:50 AM Bany On 12/01/2011 at 20:56:41
dispatched To 2810 DELLWOOD DR /Lake Oswego, OR
97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 21:03:07 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: Investigate Units responding
were: Unit E212 responded. 21:08:11 all units back in
service. ---------------------------------------------------------------------
----------- 12/02/2011 09:20:46 AM Bany E-212 respond to a
report of natural gas in a residence with occupants
complaining of headaches. E-212 arrived and spoke with
the residence and they all denied having any type of
treatable symptoms from exposure to natural gas. The
family all stated that they felt fine after being outside
breathing fresh air. E-212 entered the home and found no
odors of natural gas present. E-212 took air sample
reading and they came back within normal limits. E-212
advised ft he family that they should call us back if any of
them experienced headaches after going back in the house.
E-212 clear.

12/04/2011 03:37:54 PM Cantin On 12/04/2011 at
13:28:13 dispatched To 3909 BASS LN /LAKE OSWEGO, OR
97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 13:33:26 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: Investigate Units responding
were: Unit BAT1 responded. Unit T211 responded.
14:32:29 all units back in service. -----------------------------------
--------------------------------------------- 12/04/2011 03:41:10 PM
Cantin T211 responded to smell of natural gas in residence.
Contacted the homeowner, Karen Nelson 503-638-9182,
who states they came home from church and smelled
natural gas in the garage and house. Homeowner and
daughters evacuated upon our arrival. T211 monitored air
with four gas monitor and sensit. Found .3 percent gas in
upstairs hallway. We evacuated building and contacted
NW Natural who responded to the location. T211 cleared
after NW Natural employee needed no other assistance.
01/05/2011 07:33:20 AM McVicker On 01/04/2011 at
18:39:54 dispatched To 54 WILBUR ST /Lake Oswego, OR
97034. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Public service. 18:46:20
arrived on scene. The following actions were performed on
scene: Investigate Secure property Units responding were:
Unit E214 responded. Reorted odor of natural gas. E214C
found exterior gas gate light in which the flame had gone
out but the gas was still on. FD turned gas to lamp off.
Unit is condo, notified neighboring unit of lamp. 18:55:42
all units back in service. ------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------- 01/20/2011 08:30:28 AM
McVicker On 01/04/2011 at 18:39:54 dispatched To 54
WILBUR ST /Lake Oswego, OR 97034. The location is a 1 or
2 family dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n)
Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 18:46:20 arrived on scene.
The following actions were performed on scene:
Investigate Secure property Units responding were: Unit
E214 responded. 18:55:42 all units back in service.


08/11/2011 06:30:04 PM Halley On 08/11/2011 at
15:25:49 dispatched To 611 STATE ST /Lake Oswego, OR
97034. The location is a Street, Other. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Chemical spill or leak. 15:31:54
arrived on scene. The following actions were performed on
scene: Remove hazardous materials Units responding
were: Unit BAT1 responded. Unit E214 responded and took
these actions: Remove hazard Motorist on State Street at
Green Street complained of a ''large amount of yellow
substance on roadway''. Thought truck in front of him lost
a bottle of something from his truck, it splashed on his
vehicle, and he felt his eyes burning and his nose irritated.
Motorist did not wait for us to arrive, no work truck on
scene. E214 arrived to find a small amount of yellowish
liquid approx. 1/2 cup on roadway. A wrapper from a
container stating Muratic Acid was found in vicinity, that
had the same color of substance on road. E214 shut down
one lane of traffic and called Bat 1 and Maintence Services.
Bat 1 arrived to assisted E214, police already on scene
upon my arrival. E214 cleard scene to respond to a Dive
Rescue call and cleared the scene, Bat 1 maintaining Fire
continuity. Bat 1 consulted Haz Mat 34 and after discussion
05/06/2011 10:45:29 AM Klein On 05/01/2011 at 16:36:49
dispatched To 870 TERRACE DR /Lake Oswego, OR 97034.
The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG).
16:42:04 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Investigate Establish safe area Units
responding were: Unit BAT1 responded. Unit E212
responded. 17:34:47 all units back in service. -------------------
------------------------------------------------------------- 05/06/2011
10:54:43 AM Klein Called to respond on a smell of Natural
gas in a house. Home Owner states that they just had a
new water heater installed a few weeks ago and have been
gone since. Last night, she returned home and had no
difficulties. Today, Owner states that she left the house for
several hours and when she returned home, she had a
strong smell of Natural Gas in the house. She evacuated
and called 911. Upon our arrival, home owner was outside
and house was closed up and empty of occupants.
Opening a outside door to the kitchen area revealed a
definite smell of Natural Gas. Our Air Monitor on E212 had
no alarms and we were able to determine that the gas
stove and range was turned off. A check of the meter
11/01/2011 01:10:16 PM Neely On 10/27/2011 at 15:47:01
dispatched To ROYAL OAKS DR & ROYAL OAKS DR /Lake
Oswego, OR 97035. The location is a Residential street,
road or residential driveway. The incident was determined
to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 15:54:27 arrived
on scene. The following actions were performed on scene:E-
210 called to investigat a slight smell of Natural Gas in the
area. Located a slight smell once and a while. Could not
find a leak and could not find a source. Called for NW
natural. They were investigating after we cleared.
Investigate Units responding were: Unit E210 responded.
Unit T211 responded. 16:29:57 all units back in service.
07/08/2011 08:54:51 AM Klein On 07/05/2011 at 23:41:15
dispatched To 13414 64TH AVE /Lake Oswego, OR 97035.
The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Combustible/flammable gas/liquid
condition, other. 23:46:58 arrived on scene. The following
actions were performed on scene: Investigate Units
responding were: Unit E210 responded. 23:54:42 all units
back in service. -----------------------------------------------------------
--------------------- 07/08/2011 08:56:51 AM Klein Called for a
smell of gasoline in a house. Arrived to find home owner
outside stating that his wife awoke to a strong smell of
gasoline in the house. House and garage door were
opened prior to our arrival. No smell of gasoline found in
house. Lawnmower with full gas tank found in garage. Air
Monitor had no hits. 210 clear


06/30/2011 09:42:23 PM Nicholson On 06/30/2011 at
19:33:47 dispatched To 15808 FIR GROVE CT /Lake
Oswego, OR 97035. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 19:40:27 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Remove
hazard Investigate Refer to proper authority Units
responding were: Unit T211 responded. 20:06:09 all units
back in service. -----------------------------------------------------------
--------------------- 06/30/2011 11:00:20 PM Nicholson Truck
211 responded to a report of a gas leak/odor at a
residence. T-211 arrived to find gas hissing on the B side of
the structure, house had been evacuated. Home owner
stated they were just on the other side of the fence from
there gas meter eating and enjoying a camp fire when all of
a sudden a loud hissing sound started and they smelled gas.
911 was called. FF Thackery in full PPE & SCBA went to
investigate the meter and find the source. He was able to
shut the meter off and stop the leak. D/E Maas went to the
C side of the structure and put out the camp fire with a
pump can to stop any ignition source. We cleared the
house with our gas monitors, opened up doors and
02/23/2011 08:56:14 PM Olson On 02/23/2011 at 20:25:36
dispatched To 16044 BOONES FERRY RD /LAKE OSWEGO,
OR 97035. The location is a Restaurant or cafeteria. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 20:32:00 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene: Investigate Units responding
were: Unit T211 responded and took these actions:
Cancelled en route 20:44:51 all units back in service. ---------
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02/23/2011 09:00:35 PM Olson T211B responded code 3
to report of gas leak in the vicinity of McDonalds. T211
made contact with supervisor and confirmed slight odor of
natural gas primarily in dinning area. T211 unable to
confirm with gas detection equipment. No trace amounts
revealed. T211 spoke to manager via phone line and
recommended to have HVAC units on roof checked as soon
as possible. T211 clear.


01/22/2011 05:01:25 PM Wilson On 01/22/2011 at
12:04:54 dispatched To 18269 TAMAWAY DR /Lake
Oswego, OR 97035. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak
(natural gas or LPG). 12:10:19 arrived on scene. The
following actions were performed on scene: Remove
hazardous materials Units responding were: Unit BAT1
responded. Unit E211 responded. Unit E212 responded.
12:33:52 all units back in service. The home owner turn off
the gas at the metter. T-211 checked the home for gas. T-
211 found the home to be safe. Bat 1 call Northwest
Natural Gas. All companyies return before NW Natural Gas
arrived
07/02/2011 05:50:16 PM Klein On 07/02/2011 at 12:23:54
dispatched To 3589 SPRING LN /Lake Oswego, OR 97035.
The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The incident was
determined to be a(n) Gasoline or other flammable liquid
spill. 12:31:06 arrived on scene. The following actions were
performed on scene: Investigate Units responding were:
Unit E210 responded. 12:41:09 all units back in service. -----
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07/02/2011 05:52:16 PM Klein Called by a neighbor that he
was smelling a strong smell of gasoline from his neighbor's
garage. Neighbor was suppose to be gone, but house sitter
was home and finally came to the door. A search of the
garage found a gas puddle under a ATV which was being
worked on. Garage was ventilated and gas leak cleaned up.




09/26/2011 07:57:42 PM Neely On 09/23/2011 at 13:28:52
dispatched To 4464 LAKEVIEW BLVD /Lake Oswego, OR
97035. The location is a Residential street, road or
residential driveway. The incident was determined to be
a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or LPG). 13:32:36 arrived on
scene. The following actions were performed on scene:
Control traffic Units responding were: Unit BAT1
responded. Unit E210 responded. Unit T211 responded.
14:53:32 all units back in service.
About 0910 hours I got an phone message from Jim Easton
the Head Custodian at Oak Creek Elementary School. He
reported that had just cleaned up broken glass and a
gasoline soaked rag in a concrete patio like area on the
south side of the school. I returned Mr. Easton's call. He
reported that the glass and rag were a ways from the
building and if it burned at all it wasn't much. He said that
he had the glass and rag near a dumpster. I told him that I
would like to come out and take a look. I called LoCom and
asked them to pull a run number and dispatch a police
officer with me. I arrived at 0918 hours at the school about
the same time as Officer Stacie Bernert. We walked in
together to the school office. We talked with the principal
and she reported that a Mr. Kirk Olsen had called in over
the weekend and reported the glass in the ''playground''
area. He did not report seeing anyone in the area at that
time. Kirk Olsen, 503 747-3269 HM and 503 890-5172 CELL
Mr. Easton showed us the concrete area where the bottle
had been broken. It was approximately 25' from concrete
walls and another 10' from the brick walls of the building.
The bottle may have been dropped from a concrete
11/17/2011 07:25:53 AM Neely On 11/16/2011 at
11:48:46 dispatched To 5685 CHARLES CIR /Lake Oswego,
OR 97035. The location is a 1 or 2 family dwelling. The
incident was determined to be a(n) Gas leak (natural gas or
LPG). 11:53:22 arrived on scene. The following actions
were performed on scene:This was a natural gas leak
beside a residence. It was caused by a fence contractor
who had buried a hole in the ground to place a new fence
post. the contractor hit a gas service line to the house with
a shovel. NW natural came out and shut off the gas and
fixed the line. No hazardous gas readings found inside the
residence. Investigate Units responding were: Unit 2112
responded. Unit E210 responded. Unit T211 responded.
13:26:08 all units back in service.
Truck 51 was dispatched code-1 to an odor investigation at
the above address. A young man meet the truck's crew
outside his apartment and stated that he thinks he fixed
the problem. He stated that for the past two or three days,
he has noticed the smell of propane out on his back patio
and thought he had a leak from his bbq. When the smell
was still present when he got home tonight, he decided to
call 911. While the truck was responding, the man stated
he disconnected the propane cylinder from the bbq and
found that the smell went away. He thought he might have
a leak in his bbq hose but that everything was fine now that
the propane was disconnected. Truck 51's crew
investigated the area in question and took air samples
finding nothing out of the ordinary in the immediate
atmosphere. The man was advised to either take is bbq to
a qualified repair person or replace the bbq entirely. He
was further advised to immediately call 911 back if he
detected even the slightest trace of unintentional propane
in the future. Truck 51 cleared the call and returned to
service without further incident.


HM34 was called to assist Lake Oswego Fire department in
determining the source and type of hazard of a white
substance flowing in a neighborhood creek. HM34
responded and called a full team response based on
information given by E210 Officer. The call came in as a
reported white liquid flowing in a stream near to #7 St
Helens Circle in Lake Oswego. The white substance was
unknown to the caller. HM34 arrived and contacted the
L.O. IC and determined that one company finding the
source, and our ability to identify the product and any
hazards would be the best pertinent plan of action. HM34
sampled the waterway and identified the miscible chemical
by FTIR laser method to be a leak detection agent
comprised of weak phosphoric acid (<10%), Sulfuric acid
and ethanol. The product was used in closed pipe systems
to identify leaks to pipes typical of sewer systems, water
system etc... PH of 7 with no other colorimetric changes
to the Spilfyter were observed, showing a very weak
solution of water and chemical had been present
downstream to the source. Further a Lake Oswego truck
company found the probable source to be at a location
with a suspected broken sewer pipe. Smelling of sewage
HM09 responded to assist Lake Oswego Fire with a
reported white liquid in the a seasonal creek near the
reported callers address of 71 Tanglewood Drive, L.O. H
09 responded with a full team response and assisted L.O.
fire agency determine the hazard and source of the
chemical leak. HM09 found the substance to be coming
from a potentially broken residential sewer connection up-
hill from the region seen to contain the liquid/creek water
mixture. HM09 analyzed the leak with FTIR HazmatID and
found that it matched the composition for a pipe ''leak
detect compound'' commonly used by storm/sewer
installers. Composition of the chemical was weak
percentages of phosphoric acid and




03/29/2011 08:01:42 PM Doane On 03/29/2011 at
19:12:22 dispatched To 95 TANGLEWOOD DR /Lake
Oswego, OR 97035. The location is a 1 or 2 family
dwelling. The incident was determined to be a(n) Gasoline
or other flammable liquid spill. 19:16:58 arrived on scene.
The following actions were performed on scene: Cancelled
on scene Units responding were: Unit E210 responded.
19:18:21 all units back in service. -----------------------------------
--------------------------------------------- 03/29/2011 08:08:49 PM
Doane Narrative: Caller concerned with the smell of gas in
the home, activates 911. While evacuating the home with
family caller finds that one of his dirt bikes stored in the
garage is leaking fuel. Upon our arrival caller starting the
clean up for the spilled fuel and has problem/issue under
control. No action taken by writer or crew, unit clear.




Station 31, and 34 where dispatched to a HAZMAT, a local
construction company had struck a natural gas line on
Russell street near the intersection of primrose. 302
arrived on scene and took command, E34 approached from
primrose to establish a downwind warm zone. other units
set up a perimeter isolated scene and done stand-by while
NWNG mitigated the leak.
Contacted by Lebanon FD. Lowes Distribution had a
container with unknown substance leaking in parking lot.
Arrived to find bright blue liquid on OUTSIDE of container,
running down sides of trailer onto ground and following
rain run off path to the storm drains. Determined that
container had been delivered from Portland and that a
container on top of this trailer had in fact leaked substance
from bottom of it, to top of this container. Trailer was
delived to parking lot and when rain began, the substance,
(later determined to be paint pigment/dye) began running
down sides of container. Lowes attmpeted to contain spill
by placing a worker on roof of trailer and ''Brushing'' the
product into containment barrels. Due to amount of
product and rain run off the spill became larger, the more it
mixed with the paint. We helped with containment,
contacted OERS and coordinated with NW Firefighters
clean up crew. Once we felt there was a confident ID of the
material from the Portland Distribution Cneter, we turned
the scene over to them and cleared.




Contacted by Lebanon FD. Lowes Distribution had a
container with unknown substance leaking in parking lot.
Arrived to find bright blue liquid on OUTSIDE of container,
running down sides of trailer onto ground and following
rain run off path to the storm drains. Determined that
container had been delivered from Portland and that a
container on top of this trailer had in fact leaked substance
from bottom of it, to top of this container. Trailer was
delived to parking lot and when rain began, the substance,
(later determined to be paint pigment/dye) began running
down sides of container. Lowes attmpeted to contain spill
by placing a worker on roof of trailer and ''Brushing'' the
product into containment barrels. Due to amount of
product and rain run off the spill became larger, the more it
mixed with the paint. We helped with containment,
contacted OERS and coordinated with NW Firefighters
clean up crew. Once we felt there was a confident ID of the
material from the Portland Distribution Cneter, we turned
the scene over to them and cleared.
Reported HAZMAT at Lowe's distribution of chemical
running off into drain. On arrival, found semi truck trailer
with bright blue material running down sides of trailer and
onto ground and then running through drains into catch
basin. Raining very hard and large amounts of material in
catch basin. (2 ) Lowe's employees attempting to clean up
product on top of truck and immediate ground . Both
employees heavily contaminated. Requested E34 response
and called HAZMAT 5 duty officer and requested 3 person
response from AFD with testing equipment and expertise.
Container company called NWFF Environmental for
cleanup and arriving on scene at the same time as HAZMAT
5. Employees were deconed and remained on scene.
Product had leaked from another container that was
stacked on top that is located in the Portland area. That
container was isolated and was reported back to HAZMAT
team with product being identified as paint pigmentation.
Clean up refereed to NWFF and HAZMAT 5 released.




Called out to Lowes Distribution to identify a large amount
of blue liquid found outside on the ground and on top of a
storage container. This liquid was identified as a paint dye.
No health issues but the paint did get into the water way
OERS was contacted.

smell of LPG in the area. UTL of the source
ROAD CONTRACTOR REMOVING ASHPHALT FROM STEET
WITH GRINDING MACHINE. DISRUPTED 1'' NATURAL GAS
LINE WHICH BEGAN LEAKING. LFD NOTIFIED. B31 AND E34
RESPONDED. LOCAL STREETS BLOCKED, CHARGED
PROTECTION LINE PULLED. GAS COMPANY NOTIFIED. LFD
PERSONNEL STOOD BY AND MAINTAINED SAFETY ZONE
AROUND GAS LEAK UNTIL LEAK STOPPED BY GAS
COMPANY. 08/15/2011 19:48:59 TMoore
Reported smell of natural gas within kitchen, dining room,
and north wing. Upon arrival staff evacuating building of
residents and reported turning off street gas valve on
charlie side and activating pull station of fire alarm. Very
little smell of gas noted in kitchen. Gas burner cook top
noted to have 1 burner in on position unlit. Left side oven
noted to be on in the low position with burner lit. Found
gas regulator on bravo side and noted gas movement. Shut
off valve at meter. Noted street valve still in on position.
Requested NW Natural response and referred to them
upon there arrival.

reported smell of Natural Gas in the area. UTL
small trail around corner noted of diesel spilling out of
vehicle. amount too small and has dissipated
Respond for a hazmat at the intersection of Sand Ridge RD.
and Plainview Dr. E34 arrived on scene and found a two
gallon oil container that had apparently fell off of a vehicle
and spilled in the intersection. Vehicles had been driving
through the oil and had spread it up and down the road for
approximately a quarter of a mile causing the road to
become slick. E34 and Captain Danielson spread absorbant
material over the area of the initial spill to help absorb the
remaining fluid. 315 made contact with dispatch to have
them advise Linn County Road Department of the spill and
the possible hazards to vehicles trying to negotiate the
corner. Ken Savage Lieutenant


HazMat call on Bond RD. B31 at scene with a single car on
it's side in a ditch with fast moving water. Lebanon fire was
called to scene by LCSO for fluid leak from the vehicle into
the water way. B31 called E35 to bring HazMat boom to
the scene. A tow truck arrived on scene and removed the
car before boom deployment. any fluid loss had diluted
down stream before boom could be placed . E35 and B31
assisted with traffic control. Kitty liter was placed on the
road for any additional fluid loss by B31. Unknown amount
of fluid discharged into waterway.
Called for an LPG tank that was leaking from the relief valve
at the Strawberry Festival site. On arrival 315 found a 20
gallon LPG tank that had just been filled leaking from the
relief valve. The vendor had already moved the tank to the
edge of the field to prevent the possibility of ignition from
the other vendors. 315 advised the representative from the
festival committee to put caution tape around the tank and
allow it to vent off until empty or until the pressure in the
tank was reduced to the point that the relief valve would
automatically close. Ken Savage Lieutenant


a quart of oil was spilled on the roadway, B35 crew applied
clean sweep to spill.
Problem with gas furnace making noise and smells like gas.
Furnace is shut down, and gas turned off, advised to call
landlord.
Subject at vacation house smell natural gas, notified NW
Natural and having oven checked.
Gas leak in fireplace, Northwest Natural Gas was called in
to fix problem. Valve shut off windows open and waiting
for gas company, on arrival we were canceled.

Smell of propane possibly coming from the exhaust from
water heater. Upon investigation gas leak from hot water
heater, going out the vent, turn off gas to the triplex.

Natural gas leak, gas pipe broken near the receiving door,
strong smell of gas. Gas has been shut off at the meter at
this time exterior of the building. Evacuated the building,
everyone out until NW Natural crew arrives. Stood by until
gas company arrived on scene.
Tapped to a reported hazardous materials spill from a lab
at Lincoln County Mental Clinic; report strange gas coming
from lab with subjects feeling ill.
On arrival, clinic door open two females waving for my
attention; rest of building occupied and functioning
normally. Made contact with female, checked on their
medical condition they told me they were OK. Requested
information on any hazardous chemicals and/or material,
they told me no chemicals in use or spilled. They informed
me they determined the odor was coming from a hole
under the sink in the lab. They told me they thought it was
sewer gas, smelled like a dirty diaper. They assured me
there had been no spill of any kind and the problem just
seemed like sewer smell.
I reduced our response to code 1 and informed dispatch it
appeared to be a sewer gas leak and not a chemical spill.
LCPD Patrol Officer arrived; we went into the building with
RP Sena Benson. She took us through the building back to
the lab area; we both noticed the odor of exposed
sewer/drain pipe. I did not feel the situation was a hazard
to life or property; I canceled further response and
requested Lincoln City Public Works waste water personnel
respond for further evaluation. Lincoln City Public Works
waste water personnel arrived and checked the lab area
and confirmed sewer gas without any methane build-up.
A female patient was evaluated by NLF&R, transferred to
Contractor working on at home broke the gas meter off at
the residence. Gas company advised that the tech is on his
way from Salem and to call the fire department. Upon
investigation gas is hut off and units will be working for
next few minutes.
Anonymous woman could not finish walking her dog
because of toxic smoke made her feel ill and dizzy. No
need for ambulance. 603 was contaced from video store
and said on-going problem wiht house on end of County
Road by Terra Cotta. Apparently someone was burning
plastic in wood stove or fire place. Found no smoke or any
kind while on scene.


[07/09/2011 16:02:41 : pos3 : 036] 698 NE 3RD ST NEED
ENGINE CODE 1 FOR A GAS LEAK
[06/28/2011 16:10:12 : pos2 : 036] KIMBERLY WITH DEQ
WANTS A CALL AT 971-563-8034// PWKS DALE 503-
4747509 [06/28/2011 16:02:26 : pos2 : 036] Unit : E14
LEAK IS STOPPED [06/28/2011 16:02:01 : pos3 : 030] Unit :
8030 1420 ON SCENE, ODOT ON SCNE [06/28/2011
15:47:22 : pos2 : 036] OERS HAS THE INFO [06/28/2011
15:47:04 : pos2 : 036] IT`S A LIQUID SOLUTION
[06/28/2011 15:39:48 : pos3 : 030] Unit : 8030 CITY
STREETS ON SCENE [06/28/2011 15:37:37 : pos2 : 036] Unit
: E14 CALLING IT A 32 SOLUTION RIGHT NOW BUT ON THE
PHN WITH TVFR [06/28/2011 15:36:51 : pos3 : 030] SEE IF
TROOPER CAN COME DO AN INSPECTION ON THE TRUCK
[06/28/2011 15:32:46 : pos3 : 030] 808 REQ WE LET ODOT
KNOW [06/28/2011 15:32:23 : pos3 : 030] Unit : 8030 LEFT
LANE [06/28/2011 15:32:02 : pos3 : 030] Unit : 8030 NB
LANE BLOCKED [06/28/2011 15:25:47 : pos2 : 036] CITY
STREETS NOTIFIED [06/28/2011 15:24:55 : pos2 : 036] Unit
: E14 IT`S ALREADY IN THE STORM DRAIN [06/28/2011
15:23:18 : pos2 : 036] Unit : E14 400 GAL TANK ... UNK
HOW MUCH SPILLED STOPPED INT HE NB LANE AT 12TH
[06/28/2011 15:21:36 : pos2 : 036] ODOT ADV
[06/28/2011 15:17:56 : pos2 : 036] Cross streets: 12TH
ST//13TH ST Landmark: SHARIS RESTAURANT C/F BRO
[06/18/2011 20:22:53 : E14 ] [06/18/2011 19:32:39 : pos2 :
030] Landmark: PACIFIC GARDEN APTS C`S VEH HAS A GAS
LEAK AND HE CAN`T GET IT TO STOP
[04/25/2011 06:59:52 : pos3 : 033] [Cleared with unit E14]
[04/25/2011 06:38:50 : pos3 : 047] KEVIN COLLIER 971-237-
5869...STATED PROB PROPANE, SHOULD NOT BE
HAPPENING...WILL BE ENRT, ETA 20 MIN [04/25/2011
06:37:04 : pos2 : 034] Unit : 1420 IS THE DORAN &
FIREPLACE AREA [04/25/2011 06:36:19 : pos3 : 047] BLUE
STAR GAS AFTER HOURS CONTACTING SOMEONE FROM
MAC OFFICE AND WILL CALL BACK [04/25/2011 06:30:44 :
pos3 : 047] Cross streets: GRANDHAVEN ST//DORAN DR
Landmark: WILCO FARMERS MAC Landmark Comment: IF
911 FROM 434-2775, IS RINGDOWN PHONE AT GAS STA
STRONG ODOR OF NAT GAS ALL AROUND THE AREA,
ACROSS HWY 99
[05/10/2011 10:40:33 : pos2 : 033] [Cleared with unit E14]
[05/10/2011 10:37:07 : pos3 : 044] Unit : E14 NW NAT`L
ON SCENE [05/10/2011 10:12:08 : pos2 : 033] Unit : E14
OCCUPS OF 410 AND 418 EVACUATED [05/10/2011
09:57:03 : pos3 : 044] 1/2 INCH POLLY LINE [05/10/2011
09:47:07 : pos2 : 033] Cross streets: ARTHUR ST//BILLS ST
C/F GAS LINE STRUCK AT LOI....NW NATURAL HAS BEEN
NOTIFIED ETA 30 MINS

Reported smudge pot on fire. Found 10 ft. circle of grass
under an orchard being fed by a burnt plastic propane pipe.
Orchard worker was on scene turning off the valve at the
end of row.
8102 dispatched to a stranded vehicle leaking fuel. On
scene we found that the vehicle had a slow leak and had
spilled approximately 15 oz of gasoline onto the roadway.
MFR personnel pushed the vehicle off of Main St onto
Lewis where it would be out of traffic. A catch basin was
placed under the vehicle to catch the leaking fuel. The leak
was dropping approximately five drops every 40 secs. The
vehicle owner (Catherine Jones 541-727-2721) had
contacted a towing service and they were en route to pick
up the vehicle. 8102 returned to service.


Responded for a smell of gas in the area UTL and canceled

8102 DISPATCHED TO THE ABOVE LOCATION FOR THE
REPORT OF A NATURAL GAS LEAK. UPON ARRIVAL WE
FOUND A VERY SLIGHT LEAK OF NATURAL GAS COMING
FROM THE REGULATOR JUST PRIOR TO THE GAS METER
THAT SERVES 23 ROSE AV. THE OCCUPANTS ADULT SON
WAS NOTIFIED OF THE LEAK AND AGREED TO CALL AVISTA
TO HAVE THE REGULATOR REPAIRED. LEAK WAS SO
MINOR THAT IT PRESENTED NO HAZARDS AT THIS TIME.
8116 responded to a report of a noxious odor at 1401
Clearwater. 8116 arrived on scene and was approached by
a neighbor Kevin Orella of 1407 Clearwater. Mr. Orella
stated that he thought his neighbor had intentionally
dumped a chemical in a sand and gravel area on their
property line. Mr. Orella stated that the neighbor has
called Code Enforcement on him several times for different
issues. 8116 radioed dispatch and requested a Medford
Police response code 1. 8116 determined that the
chemical was most likely paint thinner. 8116 attempted to
contact the owner of 1401 Clearwater. Mr. Orella stated
that he thought the owner had walked down the street.
8116 started to dig up the contaminated soil to place in a
plastic bag and decided to wait for the owner of 1401
Clearwater to return and MPD to arrive on scene. The
owner of 1401 Clearwater (David Roberts) arrived on
scene. Mr. Roberts stated that he had poured and
unknown chemical on the ground from a plastic gas can.
Mr. Roberts obtained the gas can for inspection. Medford
Police Officer Garr arrived on scene. 8116 explained to Mr.
Roberts that the intentional dumping of chemicals was
illegal and instructed him that he would have to excavate
the contaminated soil and place it in an approved container
Call received of a gas leak. Occupant stated he backed into
the gas meter on the exterior wall of his house. 8102 Shut
off the gas at the meter and notified the gas company to
respond to the scene.
Dispatched for a fuel leak from a gas tank on a car parked
beside the road. Vehicle had been vandalized by someone
trying to shove a screwdriver into the gas tank. We applied
absorbent to create a dam, used a bar of soap to
temporarily plug the hole and cut a 5 gallon bucket in 1/2
to provide a catch basin incase the leak started again. MPD
onscene to do a report and search for the vandal. I advised
owner of the car not to drive the car and that the gas tank
needed to be repaired onscene or be towed to a repair
facility.

Initiall 8104 was dispatched to a car fire then we were
cancelled by MPD, we were then re dispatched for a fluid
spill. On our arrival the lady had a broken transmission line
on her vehicle, we fixed the hose and then put absorbant
down to absorb the material.
8102 dispatched to a fuel leak. Caller states that her gas
tank bottomed out on the asphalt in a parking lot as she
went over a dip, resulting in a small hole. She attempted to
call for a tow, but was told the car could not be towed
without a fire department response to control the gas leak.
On our arrival, 8102 found a small hole in the gas tank, with
a small amount of gas spilled onto a gravel area.
Controlled the spill area with absorbent, pounded a golf
tee into the hole to plug the leak. Turned the scene over to
QRT, cleared and returned.

Arrived to find a natural gas leak from the meter on the
residence at 292 Peebler Way. The leak was above the
valve on the service line. 8103 closed the valve and
stopped the leak. An emergency services notification form
was left at the residence as nobody was home.

MFD 8104 and 8153 dispatched to a poss hazmat. 8153
arrived and found product to be non hazardous. Product
was a 5 gallon buck of roofing tar. The bucket had spilled a
small amount on the ground of a parking lot. 8104 cleaned
up the material with absorbent. There was not enough
product spilled to present any type of hazard. 03/21/2011
05:51:06 PM JRJohn

Call received of a smell of gas near an apartment. Arrived
to find an outside hot-water heater that is fed by natural
gas. the occupant has been complaining of smelling gas off
and on. Explained to the occupant that the heater is
working normally. She asked us to shut off the gas to the
hot water heater. 8102 Shut off the gas and explained that
the apartment will be with out hot water. Called the owner
'' Comerical Property management'' Explained out actions.


Natural Gas leak discovered upon returning home.
Residents evacuated and called 911. 8102 found a pretty
strong smell of gas, and turned off the natural gas at the
meter, opened doors and windows to air out the house,
and found an open butt gas line with a valve partially
turned on in the laundry room. Called Avista to relight the
forced air furnace. Checked the smoke detector.
8102 Dispatched to the above location for the report of a
natural gas leak. Upon arrival we found a severed gas
supply line due to tractor work by the home owner (Robert
Trujillo DOB 4/25/57). Crew of 8102 stood by on scene to
provide traffic control and to assist Avista Utilities by
providing a protection line. Avista crew dug up the supply
line and pinched it off so repairs could be made.

8102 was dispatched for a natural gas leak. Upon arrival
fire crew found a home owner who had accidentally cut an
underground gas line while digging a trench in his back
yard. Fire crew checked for ignition sources and advised
Avista or the situation.

Call received of a Natural Gas leak. Occupant stated he was
digging a hole in the field to bury his dog that had just died
and he hit a gas line with the shovel. No hazard or
problems with ignitions sources in the area. Turned the
scene over to Avista Gas Company on the scene.

8102 dispatched to a natural gas leak. On scene found that
the home resident (Paul Kingslien 248-8041) had severed a
residential gas line in the yard. MFR personnel crimped the
line and stopped the release. Avista arrived on scene and
was given a face to face report by Glose. 8102 returned to
service with Avista personnel remaining on scene.

minor leak of NPG from the gas range top, shut the gas off
at the source. Meter was already in the off position

Call received of a gas heater that is leaking natural gas but
will not Ignite. shut off the gas to the furnace.
S) 8102 direct radio report of green fliud in gutter system.
They reported possible antifreeze. 8102 notified dispatch
that they will be working on building some sort of dike to
prevent further spread of green substance.

O) Arrived to find MFR on scene with a large amount of
green fluid in the gutter system. Green substance had
already been diked and was not spreading.

A) Possible HAZ-MAT

P) Respond, on scene, assist with attemting to locate
possible source of green fluid. Command was notified that
this was dye from sewer services and that there was no
hazard. Cancelled by Cmmand, returned to quaters.




8105 responded to the report of a natural gas leak at the
Hwy 62/Coker Butte Rd intersection. On arrival made
contact with a contract crew that was using an auger to dig
sign footings when they struck a 4'' natural gas line. 8105
requested Avista to the scene as well as ODOT and law to
assist with establishing a safety zone/no entry perimeter.
8105 pulled an exposure line and made phone contact with
local businesses in the area that were downwind to advise
of potential hazards. Avista required approximately 2.5
hours to shut the line down completely. An estimated
500,000 cubic feet of natural gas was released during the
incident.

8105 responded to a vehicle that struck a broken off sign
post at the intersection of Owens and Craterlake Hwy. The
owner Mr. Lavassar was making a left hand turn to go west
bound on Crater Lake Hwy. in his 2002 SAAB 95 when he
struck a center medium sign post that had been broken off
which ruptured his fuel tank. The vehicle was towed by
Dicks Towing. 8105 attempted to slow the leak and placed
absorbent down to control the gasoline leak.
8106 was dispatched to a natural gas line that was cut by
some contractors who are currently installing sidewalks up
Hillcrest. While enroute we received additional information
that it was a four inch line that was cut. On our arrival we
denied entry into the area and rerouted traffic off of
Hillcrest. I asked for an additional engine to check houses
below the break and 8103 was assigned to that area and
they received assistance from 8153. 8106 stayed on scene
until the gas was shut off which was about two and a half
hours later.

8105 responded to the report of a gas leak coming from an
LPG tank behind Providence Hospital. Made contact with
PMMC maintenance personnel on scene advising a faulty
or broken valve on a newly installed LPG tank had a slow
leak and that Ferrell Gas (tank install company) was
responding to location. 8105 confirmed that leak was not
able to be secured via valve, pulled a 1 3/4'' line, and then
established a safety perimeter downwind from leak with
the help of maintenance personnel. Ferrell Gas arrived on
scene and secured leak with a safety cap.


Arrived on scene of a natural gas leak. Laborers had nicked
the service line to the dispatched occupancy while digging
to replace sewer line and there was a slow leak. Avista was
enroute. 8103 stood by with extinguisher and removed
any ignition sources in the area. Occupancy gas was shut
off by laborers. Avista arrived and released Fire personnel.

8105 responded to the smell of natural gas in the vicinity of
1800 Poplar Drive. 8105 personnel investigated address
site and surrounding areas but was unable to locate source.
Smell had dissipated after approximately 30 minutes on
scene. Avista personnel briefed on arrival and assumed
effort to locate source.
An occupant reported his 41 y/o son was inebriated and
poured 5 gallons of gasoline down the tub/shower drain.
The father reported his son was an alcoholic and had been
suicidal in the past. The son had left the premises before
we arrived. There was a strong smell of gasoline in the
house even though the occupant said he had run water and
soap down the drain. Public Works was contacted and they
notified the sewage treatment plant and responded to
flush the sewer lines in the area. We encouraged him to
continue to flush the drain and use the bathroom fan to
remove the odor.

Homeowner states he hired someone to fix his sewer line
and while digging, his natural gas line was hit causing a
leak. 8106 asked for Avista, evacuated the immediate area,
and stood by until Avista was able to crimp the natural gas
line. Scene was turned over to Avista.

Dispatched for a car leaking gasoline onto the parking lot.
Absorbant was laid down and tow truck was dispatched.
Scene turned back over to the owner.

On scene, noticed a light smell of Natural Gas inside Super
Cuts. Businesses on either side were clear on any smell.
Ventilated business and turned the scene over to Avista.

8105 responded to the report of a smell of LNG/LPG in the
area of the residence at 2466 Meadowcreek. 8105 made
contact with resident who was unaware of any problem. RP
contacted via phone for amplifying info. 8105 investigated
surrounding area and was UTL.

Responded to report of the odor of gasoline in a residence.
Upon arrival found a lawnmower with a leaking gas tank in
the garage. The mower had leaked about a quart of fuel.
We moved the mower outside.

Dispatched to a smell of natural gas. Arrived to find a small
gasoline spill from a fuel tank of a pick up truck. Owner
contacted and scene secured. Very small amount of spill.
8106 returned.
8105 responded to the report of a possible natural gas leak
in the vicinity of Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. Made
contact with office staff on arrival and investigated exterior
of premises including gas meter. No leaks were found and
smell is believed to be related to a large gas line rupture
that occurred in the Crater Lake Hwy/Coker Butte Rd area
earlier in the AM.

Dispatched to a report of a natural gas leak. Arrived to find
a small excavator in front yard with hole dug and broken
1/2 inch gas line exposed. No active leak. Plumbing
contractor advised he had struck the line. There were no
locate markings and plumbing contractor advised he did
not think there was natural gas on site. Home owner
stated that he had warned operator of natural gas line
placement. contractor also advised that he had shut off
leak at valve out on the road. Avista arrived on scene to
investigate and repair. 04/20/2011 05:38:25 PM
DLMawhirter

Dispatched for a smell of propane. Upon arrival found a
natural gas supplied street lamp with a damaged valve.
Avista notified and the Home Owners Assoc. contacted.
8106 returned.
8105 responded to the report of a possible gas leak in a
residence. 8105 arrived on scene and secure gas main.
Owner stated gas smell had been present for
approximately 3 hours. Avista tech arrived and determined
cause of leak to be from gas range top valve that didn't line
up with the 'OFF' mark properly.

8105 responded to the report of a fuel spill in the parking
lot of a business. Located a small spill < 1 gallon of
Kerosene or Diesel that originated from a knocked over
container in the back of a pickup truck. 8105 personnel re-
righted the container and used absorbant on asphalted
areas to mitigate.
8105 responded to the report of a natural gas leak in a
commercial structure. Building had been evacuated on
arrival and Avista utilities was on scene. 8105 confirmed
that gas main was secured and that building was opened
up to naturally ventilate. Leak was caused by an employee
from Metal Masters who was replacing valves on an AC
unit. Employee stated that when he removed the old valve
from the gas line a small amount of LNG was sucked into
the AC unit return and into the occupied areas of the
building. 8105 worked with Avista to monitor PPM gas
readings from inside of building. Highest reading taken was
16 PPM equates to well below 10% LEL. Managers advised
that building was safe to re-occupy.


Dispatched to a fuel leak. Arrived to find two natural gas
meters sheared off from the gas main. Occupants of
apartment 92 threw a couch off the second story balcony
down on the meters. Avista was notified and 8105 shut off
the main. Occupant was a Melissa Dickinson, DOB 5-19-86
from apartment 92. 8105 returned.

Responded to a smell of natural gas at the substation on
cemetery rd. farmer was also spraying sulfur on trees in
the area. Asked for gas company to respond to check out
equipment and all units cleared.


TITLE:New Narrative   [CRLF]Investigate possible fuel spill
turned over to MPD and Milwaukie public works.

TITLE:New Narrative   [CRLF]E1 DISP TO A POSS NATURAL
GAS LEAK AT THE ADDRESS OF 71ST AVE AND HARMONY
RD. UPON ARRIVAL, E1 FOUND A NW NATURAL GAS ABOVE
GROUND PIPELINE PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE THAT HAD
ACTIVATED AND WAS RELEASING NATURAL GAS AS
DESIGNED. E1 CHECKED AIR QUALITY IN THE AREA WITH
AIR MONITORS AND FOUND TRACE AMOUNTS OF GAS,
NOTHING DANGEROUS. E1 REQUESTED NW NATURAL AND
STAGED ON HARMONY RD UNTIL NW GAS ARRIVED. NW
NATURAL ARRIVED AND THE TECH STATED HE HAD A TEAM
DISPATCHED AND E1 COULD CLEAR. E1 CLEAR, SCENE WITH
NW NATURAL.

TITLE:New Narrative    [CRLF]E1 dispatched to a non
injury MVA with a potential spill, as we arrived CCSO
deputy onscene stated we could clear.
TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]E1 called to HeatherBrae
Apts on smell of propane in an apt. Arrive to find propane
BBQ left on leaking contents of tank. Ladder balcony turn
off BBQ tank return to quarters hazard abated.

TITLE:Narrative        [CRLF]At 0726 hours on Saturday
October 8, 2011 we were dispatched to a gas leak. E2, BC2
were assigned to this incident. We arrived on scene at 0735
hours, identified a small active gas leak. E2 verified NW
Natural was enroute. Contacted BC2, updated him of
incident status, BC2 cleared. E2 cleared at 0745 hours. The
incident occurred at 10117 SE STANLEY Ave, MILWAUKIE in
District CC1. The local station is S2. No mutual/automatic
aid was given or received.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number
1113783 has been assigned to this incident.


TITLE:New Narrative   [CRLF]E1 DISP TO A POSS FUEL
LEAK IN THE PARKING LOT AT CHARBERN APTS. E1 ARRIVED
TO FIND THE APARTMENT MANAGER STANDING NEXT TO A
SMALL SEDAN IN THE PARKING LOT. THE APT MANAGER
STATED THAT THE VEHICLE OWNER HAS STATED SHE IS IN
THE PROCESS OF HAVING THE CAR TOWED FOR REPAIRS
TO A KNOWN FUEL TANK LEAK. THE MANAGER STATED SHE
IS ENFORCING THE VEHICLE TO BE TOWED. E1 CREW
INVESTIGATED THE LEAK AND FOUND NO ACTIVE LEAKING,
AND A DRY TRAIL OF FUEL COMING FROM THE UNDER SIDE
OF THE CAR. THE LEAK REMNANTS WERE ABOUT 1' BY 5',
DRY. E1 CREW ADVISED TO NOTIFY APT TENANTS TO BE
AWARE OF THE FLAMMABILITY AND STAY AWAY. THE APT
MANAGER STATED SHE WOULD HAVE HER MAINTENANCE
MANAGER WASH THE PARKING LOT DOWN. E1 CREW ALSO
GAVE AN ABSORBANT BOOM TO THE MANAGER AS WELL
AS SEVERAL SPILL PADS TO KEEP RUN OFF FROM GOING
INTO THE CLOSEST STORM DRAIN LOCATED APPROX 50'
AWAY. THE APT MANAGER STATED SHE WOULD TAKE CARE
OF THE SPILL AND ENFORCE THE CAR TO BE TOWED. E1
CLEARED, NO LEAKS FOUND.




TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Gas meter on side of home
was hit by vehicle. Shut off gas line and turned over to NW
Natural Gas.
TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]Business who found people
trying to syphon gasoline out of vehicles, only small
ammount of fuel was on the ground. Turned over to MPD.

TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]Reported natural gas leak.
Occupant left a stove top valve in the on position without
knowing. turned gas off at the knob. NW Natural Gas
arrived to ensure occupancy safety.

TITLE:New Narrative   [CRLF]ENGINE 2 RESPONDED TO A
REPORT OF A BURN PATIENT. THIS INCIDENT WAS
REPORTED TO E911 VIA AMR DISPATCH. AMR DISPATCH
WAS CONTACTED IN ORDER TO DISPATCH A MOBILE
HEALTH UNIT. [CRLF][CRLF]THIS INCIDENT WAS
UPGRADED TO A HAZMAT AND RESPONDING UNITS WERE
ADDED ACCORDING TO DISPATCH RUN
CARDS.[CRLF][CRLF]ACCORDING TO ON SITE PERSONNEL,
THE PATIENT (PCC EMPLOYEE) CAME INTO CONTACT WITH
A PREVIOUSLY TURNED OFF CONTROL VALVE. PERSONNEL
INDICATE THE PATIENT MAY HAVE TURNED THE CONTROL
VALVE ON, RESULTING IN THE ESCAPE OF A LIQUIED
QUANTITY (REPORTED TO BE BETWEEN FIVE AND TEN
GALLONS) OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLTION (20%-50%).
THIS RESULTED IN SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLLUTION
EXPOSURE TO THE SKIN. SEE EMS REPORT
ATTACHED.[CRLF][CRLF]ON SITE PERSONNEL CONDUCTED
ADEQUTE DECONTAMINATON OF THE PATIENT. THE
PATIENT WAS TRANSPORTED TO WILLAMETTE FALLS
HOSPITAL WITH BURNS TO HIS BACK. SEE PATIENT CARE
REPORT.[CRLF][CRLF]ON SITE PERSONNEL WERE ABLE TO
CONTAIN THE SPILL IN THEIR DESIGN SPECIFIC SECONDARY
CONTAINMENT VESSEL (BERM TYPE CONTAINMENT
VESSEL) WITHOUT THE ASSISTANCE OF FIRE PERSONNEL.
FIRE PERSONNEL CONTINUED TO MOINITOR THE
SITUATION TO ENSURE IT REMAINED
TITLE:Hazardous Materials [CRLF]SEE ATTACHED
NARRATIVE

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]T-4 was called to a poss gas
leak. We were meet by staff and they stated a slight smell
of natural gas. T-4 usend the moniter and found nothing.
We could slightly smell it but nothing was obvious. T-4 left
it in NW natural hands and cleared.
TITLE:New Narrative         [CRLF]HVAC system being worked
on and maintenance person still on scene. Slight smell of
natural gas in one office only - monitor with T4 found
nothing out of ordinary except slight
smell.[CRLF][CRLF]Maintenance person stated when he re
started one unit he left a vent open and there is always a
''puff'' of gas that it begins and this went into the unit and
to the office.[CRLF][CRLF]T4 ventilated the office and
cleared - no other problems.

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]E8 responded on a fuel spill
from a motorcycle[CRLF][CRLF]E8 arrived to find several
subjects along side the road with a motorcycle, fuel spilled
on the roadway. Driver states he lost his fuel petcock and
lost the contents of his tank on the ground. A passerby
gave him papertowels. Motorcycle plate: M6 40967 OR
Plate[CRLF]Operator Shane Bowland ODL #
9018069[CRLF][CRLF]E8 crew applied absorbent and picked
it up into a garbage bag and left it with the
operator[CRLF][CRLF]E8 clear

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]E3 requested by CCSO on a
non injury MVC to assist with Vehicel leaking fluids. E3
arrived to find a two car MVC blocking one north bound
lane. Vehicle is leaking anti-freeze from a broken radiator
into a storm drain. E3 placed absorbant on ground to
confine and contain the antifreeze. [CRLF][CRLF]

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Responded c-1 to a reported
spill from an accident in an intersection. We arrived and
found some debris and a small spill of fluids in the
intersection. We cleaned up the debris and spread some
absorbant on the spills. Then we cleared.

TITLE:Engine 3        [CRLF]Engine 3 to 14211 SE
Mcloughlin on a natural gas leak. The owner of the bar
states they have a very strong odor of natural gas in the
basement. He evacuated the bar, and opened all doors
and windows.[CRLF][CRLF]Engine 3 shut off the gas, called
for NWNG, isolated area, and waited.[CRLF][CRLF]NWNG
arrived, found a leak in the kitched, isolated leak, and
cleared Engine 3 without incident.
TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]E-3 responded to a fuel leak,
U/A found a vehicle parked with no active leaking. The
vehicle owner had already placed absorbent pads from the
leak that existed only when the ignition was on. Triple A
was notified to ordered a tow. E-3 returning.

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]E3 responded to a reported
gas leak at the Fred Meyer parking lot, manager stated that
a vehicle with a tank in the back of it had leaked the
gasoline on the ground and then left. there was approx
less then 1 gallon spilled. E3 applied absorbent to the area
and advised Fred Meyer they were responsible for the
clean up and disposal of the waste. e3 cleared

TITLE:Engine 3        [CRLF]At 1015 hours on Monday
November 28, 2011 we were dispatched to a gasoline or
other flammable liquid spill. The incident occurred at
15157 SE MCLOUGHLIN Blvd, MILWAUKIE in District CC54.
The primary task(s) performed at the scene by responding
personnel was spreading absorbent for the fuel spill
estimated to be less than 2 gallons. No mutual/automatic
aid was given or received. E-3 returned.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm
number 1116317 has been assigned to this incident.


TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]E3 ARRIVED TO FIND ABOUT
1GALLON OF OILY SUBSTANCE (REPORTED TO BE
TRANSMISSION FLUID) ON THE GROUND. E3 USED KITTY
LITTER TO CLEAN UP AND DISPOSE OF.
TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]E3 to natural gas leak,
arrived to homeowner had struck gas service line to
residence while digging a hole for plant. Controlled traffic,
evacuated home, and home to the south, checked interior
for LEL and found 00 readings, turned off main breaker,
closed all windows, blocked off foundation vent with
cardboard, continued to monitor LEL readings. NW Natural
arrived and took over scene, E3 and BC2 recalled.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Engine 3 responded to a
propane leak from a RV. The business had one of it's
mechanics working on replacing the broken valve and said
they were almost done and did not need any assistance.
Engine 3 cleared.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Leaking valve around tank
area of small 2 gallon propane tank for BBQ. Advised to
return to place of purchase for replacement.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]E3, BC2 dispatched to a
natural gas leak coming from a broken 1/2 inch gas pipe to
a residence. E3 arrived to find NW Natural Gas on scene
was there turning on a gas service and the service broke at
the sidewalk below the gas shut off. The tech evacuated all
residences of the condo/apartments and called 911. E3
denied all entry buy residence and investigated. NW
Natural dispatched their maintenance crew who arrived
and stopped the flow of gas by locating the gas line in the
street, digging an access hole to the line and clamping the
line. All residence were sheltered in a Tri-Met bus until
they were allowed back into their apartments.


TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Odor smell that T4 and BC2
could not identify. Gas monitor did not detect anything
unusual. T4 and BC2 checked entire house with family and
did not find anything. T4 concluded that possible cause
was urine from small animals in house. T4 and BC2 cleared -
no problem found.

TITLE:New Narrative        [CRLF]T4 respond to a possible
natural gas leak. Arrived on a two story aprox. 900 SF
residential structure. It appeared to be evacuated on
arrival. T4 team B entered the house in full PPE including
SCBA. Gas monitor showed nothing out of the normal.
There was an odor in the house but it was not consistent
with a gas leak. CCOM notified NWNG to have a technician
respond with their monitor to see if they could locate a
source. T4 opened windows and doors to passively
ventilate the structure.




Personnel responded to report of a CO monitor going off.
No gas was detected on site, the battery was changed in
the alarm and there was no change. It was determined this
was an alarm malfunction.
Natural Gas Leak caused by construction worker digging
causing a rupture in a 1'' feeder gas line. Gas was allowed
to leak into the atmosphere until the arrival of NW Natural
Gas. Evacuation of a distance of 200' in all directions
completed utilizing joint command with WOU Public
Safety, Momouth PD, Monmouth Public Works, PCFD No.1
and NW Natural Gas Co. Gasline was repaired by NW
Natural Employees and the College returned to normal
operations at 1440 Hours. Site was released to NW Natural
Gas to continue securing operations and cleanup.




No odor found on arrival. Negative readings recorded by
gas monitor. NW Rep on scene found leak near the large
gas meter.
On 9-14-2011 at about 1313hrs, Parkdale Fire was
dispatched to fuel leaking from a vehicle. I responded to
the scene. Also responding was E-49 with a crew. We
arrived, found van had fuel leaking from fuel tank. We
boomed & padded the bottom side & perimetered the
area. Owner called for a triple AAA tow. We stood by till
they arrived & cleared in service. no injuies or exposures
were noted by Parkdale employees.Submitted by Chief
McCafferty


UTL OIL SPILLED ON FREEWAY
NATURAL GAS TANK LEAKING
REPORTED NATURAL GAS LEAK. UTL
NATURAL GAS SMELL/ UTL
NATURAL GAS ODER
NAT GAS SMELL / UTL GAS LEAK
PR DOES NOT HAVE NATURAL GAS /
NFD was dispatched to a natural gas leak. An excavater
had dug up a gas feed that ran to a house that had been
torn down. The gas line came free from the main out in
the middle of the street and was building up in the rain
drain system. NW Natural found the problem and was able
to isolate it. All units cleared.
Dispatched to strong smell of gas. E20 located gas leak
coming from a gas service hole in sidewalk. NW Natural
contacted and nearby house evacuated and perimeter set
up. College between Oxford and Edgewood shut down. NW
Natural arrived on scene and reading showed no danger.
NFD cleared and NW natural remained to repair the small
leak.
NFD was dispatched to a natural gas leak. A 3/4 inch
natural gas line had been cut by public works. NFD
informed the homeowners at each residence and closed off
the road. Northwest Natural was contacted to respond.
NW Natural pinched off the line and declared the area safe.
All units cleared.
E21 was dispatched to a priority 4 spill. A motor vehicle
had gone into the ditch and hit a culvert. The front of the
vehicle had fairly heavy damage. The vehicle was already
loaded onto a flatbed and ready to go prior to our arrival.
E21 cleaned up the roadway of the oil and cleared.

SEE DUNDEE FIRE C.A.D. REPORT
see Dundee Fire CO Report

Called in by car that passed by and saw vehicle pulled to
the side of the road. Driver stted they smelled gasoline.
E20 unable to locate vehicle or odor of gas.

NFD dispatched to a fuel spill on a roadway that ran for
approximatel 1/2 mile. Rain caused the fuel to be spread
across the roadway. There was nothing that NFD could do
to clean it up. A suggestion was made for county to spread
some sand on the road. NFD cleared.

Report of gas spill on roadway. E20 found small leak of
gasoline on roadway from first and College up to county
line. ODOT was advised.
E-20 dispatched on a fuel spill. Per 82 ''Fox's towing is
requesting fuel clean-up after pulling a vehicle from the
creek on North Valley and Kings Grade Road.'' Per Fox's
towing ''concerned about the fire hazard when moving the
vehicle onto the truck and also don't have enough kitty liter
to soak up the remaining gas on the asphalt.'' E-20 arrived
and made contact with Fox's towing. E-20 requested
Yamhill County roads and YCSO for assitance with fuel
clean-up and traffic control. E-20 closed North Valley Road.
E-20 estimated approx. 5 gallons of gasoline on the
roadway. Once the sun arose, E-20 noticed on PGE Pole
#622, wires were losse from the insulators on top of the
power pole. E-20 notified 82 to notify PGE. Upon arrival of
Yamhill County roads, E-20 cleared the call.


disp to a oil spill, arrived to find a sheen from Fred Meyers
up hill towards Sherwood. 82 stated that the truck that
may have caused the spill was stopped at 99W X Sunset in
Sherwood. 82 was going to notify ODOT.

disp to a oil spill, a car had hit some concrete on 219, the
car drove to Walgreens, losing all of the oil from their car.
(~5qts). PD removed the concrete from the HWY. We
cleared.
NFD dispatched to the smell of natural gas possibly coming
from a house next door to the caller. C20 arrived and
found the odor to be coming from the mill. C20 canceled
all other units. All units cleared.
disp to a gas leak. while mowing some one hit a gas valve
riser. Arrived to the smell of natural gas. Residence were
asked to evacuate (100' radius). NWNT was requested to
respond- 30min ETA. Scene was secured until NWNT
arrival. On their arrival the master valve to the riser was
found and shut off. NFD then donned full PPE and with gas
monitor cleared the residence (no LEL found). We cleared
with NWNT repairing riser,
E-20, E-202, M-20, C-20 dispatched on a natural gas leak.
Per 82 caller states ''digging at the end of there driveway
near Chehalem Drive when they hit a natural gas line with a
track hoe.'' E-20 arrived to the address listed, natural gas
line puntured, actively leaking.'' E-20 assumed command.
Wind blowing out of the south. Pumper 20 assigned
houses in the near vicinity north of the leak to try and
make contact with the homeowners to have them shut
there windows and stay inside. E-20 had homeowner
nearest the leak evacuate to a neighbors house. E-202 and
E-20 also provided traffic control until the arrial of Yamhill
County Public Works. M-20 re-assigned to an active
medical call during incident. E-202 also re-assigned to
multiple calls during incident. E-20/C-20 remained on
scene until Northwest Natrual Gas was able to secure the
leaking gas line. Upon crimping of gas line, command
terminated and the scene turned over to NW Natural Gas.




Dispatched to possible oil spill on roadway. Found a sheen
on the road near the address that continued in the
northbound lane to approximately Bald Peak Rd. ODOT
notified. E21 cleared.
HM9 called to assist Newberg fire for a hazmat explosion
incident. Reported that one occupant was cooking
marijuana hash with a butane burner and rubbing alcohol
and there was an explosion. See Newberg EMS chart for
further on patient. HM9 assisted Newberg fire with scene
monitoring and possible decontamination of firefighters
and police officers. The circumstances of what was in the
hotel room was unknown at the time of our response.
HM9 assisted with monitoring the hotel and found there to
be no readings of chemicals in the area. We released the
scene to Newberg fire to continue with their investigation.
Our arrival time was 0432 however incident will not let me
enter greater than 20 minute arrival.


E20 dispatched to fuel spill in the parking lot. On arrival, a
drying fuel spill was found. It had spread about 30 feet.
Workers at Burgerville stated that they had put a degreaser
mixed with water on the fuel which caused it increase to 30
feet. E20 cleaned up what it could of the fuel and cleared.

Natural gas leak in boiler line
E-20, M-20, C-20, E-202 dispatched on a natural gas leak. C-
20 arrived and was met by Public Works employees who
state ''they were digging a new irrigation line on the east
side of the post office when they hit a natural gas line with
a hand shovel.'' E-20 assigned to moniotor the interior of
the post office for LEL readings for natural gas. No LEL
were dectected inside the post office. M-20 was assigned
to Oregon First Credit Union to monitor the interior of the
bank for LEL readings of natural gas. Per the bank
employee's they were able to smell natural gas. Per C-20
Oregon First Credit Union was evacuated and no LEL of
natual gas were dectected by E-20. E-20, M-20 assisted
with foot traffic in the area and closed Howard Street per C-
20. Northwest Natural Gas responded and crimped the gas
line. Northwest Natural did a walk through along with NFD
of the Post Office and Oregon First Credit Union after the
leak was controlled. Per Northwest Natural Gas both
buildings were safe and Oregon First was re-occupied.




An employee walked into St. 20 reporting the faint smell of
natural gas at City Hall. Employee requesting NFD check
out the situation. E-20,M-20 self dispatched to City Hall for
further investigation. E-20 arrived, City Hall not evacuated.
E-20 investigated the interior and exterior of the building
with gas monitor. The monitor got an 0 reading for
Combustible reading. Northwest Natural Gas was
dispatched non-emergent for further investigation. E-20
stayed on scene until the arrival of NW Natural. E-20
turned the scene over to NW Natrual.


E-20, M-20, E-202, C-20 dispatched to a propane leak. Per
dispatch enroute info ''BBQ propane tank leaking outside
near the structure.'' E-20 arrived to the caller meeting us
at the driveway. E-20 noted the house is a flag lot. E-20
investigated the leak. E-20 found an active propane leak
from the 5 gallon propane cyclinder. E-20 was able to shut
the tank off at the valve and stop the leak. E-20 recalled all
other responding units. E-20 advised homeowner ''she
needs to buy a new propane tank.'' Both tanks were
moved from the backyard to the front yard by the
homeowners trash cans.
NFD was dispatched to an odor investigation. On arrival,
occupants stated that they could smell a very strong odor
of natural gas outside the building. Nothing could be
smelled when E20 arrived. After investigating the building
and the rest of the block, E20 was UTL on a source. E20
cleared.
Diesel spill less than 2 gallons washed into p-traps
REPORTED AS A SMELL OF GAS. NOTHING FOUND.
STRONG SMELL OF GAS. 3162 FOUND A SHEEN ON THE
WATER LEAVING DRAIN THAT DUMPED AT NYE BEACH.




Spill of < 1 Qt Gasoline blend
Arrived on scene to find a 2001 GMC pickup in the parking
lot of the Holy Redeemer Church. 2 small spots of deisel on
the pavement,( approximately 1 quart each). Covered
deisel with sand. North Bend Towing towed vehicle.


E171 arrived to top of Westbound offramp from hwy 26 to
find deisel fuel spilled onto roadway. E171 stopped traffic
and applied enough absorbent to spill to allow safe travel
of vehicles without spreading fuel and requested ODOT
response for cleanup. ODOT arrived and applied absorbent
to remaining spill and E171 and HB17 cleared with ODOT
remaining on scene. ODOT advised E171 that spill was
from semitruck and had occureed approx 14:30 this day.
ODOT advised that they were in contact with DEQ and this
was not a reportable quantity.


E171 arrived to find motor oil on roadway resulting from
vehicle that had engine damage. E171 controlled traffic
with assist from pd and remained on scene until Hillsboro
Public Works arrived to take over scene and cleanup
roadway. E171 deployed absorbent pads along sidewalk to
keep oily rainwater from entering storm drain.
Oregon Department of Transportation Assistant District
Manager received a call from the Jordan Valley Crew that
an unknown material was released in a pullout on US 95
Milepoint 34 south of Jordan Valley. The Transportation
Maintenance Manager was called to make sure that ODOT
procedures were followed when requesting the Hazmat
Team. The ADM contacted the Ontario Fire Department
and spoke to the Fire Department Duty officer about the
unknown and possible Hazmat response. The Fire
Department Duty officer said that if a team was requested
it would be limited to a level 1 response with two team
members for identification. Once the Fire Department
received the request OERS was called and given ODOT's
response incident # 2011-0048. After OERS was contacted
then the Duty officer for the State Fire Marshals was
contacted. Sue was told that the Hazmat Team was
requested for a response to Jordan Valley for an unknown
on US 95 and she said ok. A two member team responded
to incident for identification. Upon arrival the scene had
been secured by ODOT.
Received request for Hazmat response for oil drum in canal
heading to the river at 3910 Saddlehorn Lane Vale Oregon.
The oil spill was noticed by city of Vale employee Randy
Kinney. Vale fire had been contacted to place oil blanket
across canal to absorb oil they did not have equipment so
Hazmat was requested. Upon our arrival at local farm
physical address of 3910 Saddlehorn Lane Vale fire was on
scene with fire staff Mearl Littlejohn, & Brandon Rea.
Randy Kinney also on scene with city of Vale. Oil drums
were in upright position on ditch bank but obvious spill
down side of one drum from big bung hole. That drum also
had what appeared to be bullet holes in the side which
would allow only about thirty gallons of product in barrel
before it would have stated leaking. Area of ditch bank
black with oil. We were told that the drums contained used
motor oil from servicing farm tractors. Approximately 75
yards down stream in irrigation canal was a culvert that
allowed for area to cross into fields that area had cement
head and oil approximately half inch deep covered and
area approximately 8 by 12 feet. Two sets of double booms
placed at that location with several absorbent hydrocarbon
pads and pillows. Approximately one half mile from spill
two more double booms set up in culvert area similar to
initial boom deployment, there was a noticeable sheen on
the water at that location absorbent pads used in this
location to also absorb products. At this time farm manager
and son of owner was advised he needed to contact his
received a call on the business line from select onion 602
Stanton blvd. reporting an ammonia leak from one of their
refrigeration unit tanks. a valve had broken and was
releasing product at 80 psi. onscene staff was monitoring
levels and they have evacuated all personnel from the site.
staff stated that they were reading 500ppm. upon our
arrival a refrigeration company service tech was onscene
and had stopped the leak. Select onion staff were
monitoring air levels around the site. wind was out of the
NW at 5 to 7 MPH. Staff stated that less than 100 gal of
product was released. Staff was advised that we had
resources available if they needed them. They stated they
would keep us informed of their situation.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]E23 responded to a reported
Natural Gas Leak at the given address, upon arrival E23
found a large Track Hoe on scene from United Rentals, Jeff
Gorman the RP and contractor doing work for the
homeowner (Steve Lemma) stated he was digging out for a
pool and struck the gas line, a worker for Gorman stated
they had quite a day and that the track hoe had been taken
by united rental and then a replacement broke down after
a couple of scoops, then the original track hoe made it back
and they had worked briefly about 5-6 scoops when the gas
line was struck, the worker stated the homeowner had told
them there wasn't any gas line there that they could dig
the pool out. the homeowner was not on scene, but had
been notified per the contractor on scene. There were no
paint marks on the ground that were obvious to the crew
of E23, E23 utilized our gas monitor and did not detect or
register any abnormal readings in/ or close to the house,
E23 also shut off the breaker to limit any ignition sources
from the house. NWNG arrived and also detected no
abnormal readings with their monitor both in the house
and underground close to the house. NWNG had multiple
response approx. 6-10 people onscene, they had to dig a

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]T15 responded to reported
fluid spill from a non-injury collision. On arrival it was
confirmed non injury . There was a small amount of
radiator fluid leaking on the ground. T15 spread out
absorbent and scene turned over to OCPD. T15 went
available.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Truck 15 called to scene of a
natural gas leak. Arrived and found damaged natural gas
meter whicvh had been struck by a wheel chair according
witness. Meter was damaged and leaking gas. Gas was shut
off by firefighters and the riser below the leak. NW Natural
was contacted and the meter was flagged with caution
tape. Truck 15 cleared.

TITLE:Glen Oak        [CRLF]E16 responded code one to the
location given on a non injury accident with some fluid
leaking. E16 arrived to find two cars blocking one lane of
Glen Oak. E16 checked for leaks and found what appeared
to be anti-freeze and a small amount of oil on the ground
and leaking. E16 applied grease sweep to those areas.
OCPD arrived and called for tows. E16 turned scene over
to OCPD. E16 cleared for QTS.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]dispatched to a report of a
natural gas smell in the area by
passerby.[CRLF][CRLF]Arrived to find utility workers
blowing out a gas line with no hazard and normal
operation. Strong smell noticed, but not unusual for
operation. Cleared by RP
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Non injury MVA no hazard
found upon investigation
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Truck 15 repsond to
investigate possible spill of paint on roadway. Arrived and
found no paint but a small amount of debris that appeared
to be a sack concrete on the offramp from I205 SB to HWY
213. Truck 15 cleared.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Truck 15 responded to
broken natural gas line. contractor broke line with
excavator while repairing a rock retaining wall. Truck 15
stood by and monitored atmospheres while NW Natural
controlled the leak.
TITLE:Molalla         [CRLF]E16 responded to a possible fuel
spill at the dispatched location. Upon arrival we found a
car battery on its side leaking fluid. E16 righted the battery
and moved it to the road side. E16 also apply some
absorbent to the road way where the leak occurred. E16
then cleared for QTS.

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Truck 15 responded to
report of a vehicle leaking fuel. Arrived and found car
leaking fuel from the fuel tank fill nozzle. Tank was
resumably too full and when heated by mid-day sun
overflowed from the tank. Fuel was sopped up with rags
and disposed of. Onlt about 4 oz spilled onto ground.

TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]PASSERBY REPORTED SMELL
OF ''ROTTEN EGGS'' , POSS NG LEAK. UTL
TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]Engine 9 was called to oil
spill on the roadway by OCPD. Absorbant was put down
and Engine 9 cleared.
TITLE:New Narrative     [CRLF]Sq17 saw a sheen on the
wet road that looked like a leak from a vehicle. Nothing
sq17 could do and no hazards noted. we had ccom contact
public works and have them check.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]At 1304 hours on Saturday
September 10, 2011 we were dispatched to a gasoline or
other flammable liquid spill. Two units were assigned to
this incident. Three personnel responded. We arrived on
scene at 1310 hours and cleared at 1337 hours. The
incident occurred at On WASHINGTON St at 12TH St,
OREGON CITY in District CC29. The local station is S15. The
general description of this property is residential street,
road or residential driveway. The primary task(s)
performed at the scene by responding personnel were to
provide first aid and check for injuries. No
mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]One patient was involved with this
incident.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number 1112409 has been
assigned to this incident.

TITLE:Gas Leak         [CRLF]T15 and BC 3 dispatched to a
possible natural gas leak. Homeowner states that his water
heater was leaking water today from a fitting just above
the pilot light area. When he solved the issue this
afternoon no smell of natural gas was present. What
alerted him to the area was his gas and smoke detector
after a couple of hours later. The homeowner states that
he and his family exited the house and shut off the gas to
the water heater leaving a side man door open for us to
investigate.[CRLF][CRLF]T15 arrived to find a single story
residence with nothing showing. BC 3 on scene first and
assumed command. T15's crew A performed a 360; shut
down the natural gas and main water valves entering the
house; used our gas monitors to find any explosive limits or
carbon monoxide(which all read 0); NW Natural notified
and requested per T15. [CRLF][CRLF]After investigation of
the area inside and out, we found and later confirmed by
NWNG; A fitting above the gas line on the water heater
had broken. This caused the pilot light to be extinguished
releasing a smell of natural gas setting off the
homeowners' detector. [CRLF][CRLF]There was some water
damage from the broken valve on the water heater and
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]passer by smelled natural
gas coming from the garage of the residence. sq17 arrived
and found no one home and no smell of gas. complete 360
of the structure showed no signs of a leak and the gas
monitor was also used. sq17 cleared
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Called to possible gas leak,
unknown location inside a residence. Found homeowner
outside. They said they smelt natural gas. SQ17 waited for
back-up, shut off the gas at the meter, called NWNatural
Gas, waited for several minutes and went inside to seek a
source of the leak. Air monitoring samples did not reveal
any LEL. After walking around found a burner on and stove
was cold. This is the possible source. Earlier in the day
they smelt gas also. The house was vented and residents
allowed back in the house.

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]homeowner smelled Natural
gas in his garage and upon investigation sq17 found a slight
odor of gas near the hot water heater and furnace. could
not see any signs of a leak but shut the gas line to the
furnace and hot water heater off. called for NW natural
gas and they were 30 min eta. sq17 cleared

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Medical supply truck was
leaking fuel from the fuel filter. Driver had called for a tow
truck. Absorbent was placed on fuel. About of 1/2 gallon
leaked. Fuel collection tray was also placed under truck.
Traffic cones were placed by driver. Engine 9 then cleared
scene. [CRLF][CRLF]Apria Healthcare OR plate # T563836
Company number of 503-258-2200[CRLF][CRLF]Note:
Engine 9 Responded Code 1

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]T-15 arrived on a reported
smell of gasoline coming from a neigbors garage. Upon our
arrival and investigation, we found a vehicle in the
driveway of above address that the fuel pump was being
replaced on and some gas that had leaked out. Per the
occupant, the fuel was ran completely out of the vehicle.
Due to the minimal amount left to evaporate, T-15 chose
to let the fuel continue to evaporate. The rest of the fuel
was contained in a gas can. Having no further hazards, T-
15 cleared.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]dispatched to a possible
smell of natural gas or something dead per
RP.[CRLF][CRLF]arrived to find a stench of dead bird coming
from a chicken processing plant with the wind driving it
into the apartments across the street. No gas per gas
monitor
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]E-16 was called to a poss gas
leak. We arrived and no one had left the building and they
were still open. E-16 performed a 360 and found no issue
outside then entered the building and found no issue.
There was a oder in the air but not gas. We walked the
entire building and found no life issue. E-16 cleared.

TITLE:Fred Meyers       [CRLF]E16 responded in place of SQ
17 to the Oregon City Fred Meyers. upon arrival we were
met the the Pr who stated that a 5 gallon propane tank had
a leak at the seam. E16 investigated and determined that
there was a small leak at the welded tank seam. To relieve
the pressure E16 removed tank from the area and vented
the gas to the atmosphere. Lt Corless was relieved from
duty for personal reasons, Lt Campbell was assigned from
SQ 17 for the remainder of the incident.


TITLE:New Narrative         [CRLF]E16 and BC3 called to Fred
Meyer for a gas leak inside the loading dock area. Upon
arrival a full first alarm assignment was added due to active
gas leak inside the store. E16 initially established
command and then passed onto BC3. E16 stood by until a
RIT team was established and then went inside to
investigate. We found a 1'' iron pipe hit by pallets from a
fork lift and leaking natural gas.[CRLF][CRLF]The entire
story was evacuated by FM personnel. E16 completed a
primary search of the store. SQ17 provided a 360. T15
provided RIT. E9 shut the gas meter off. E10 provided man
power.[CRLF][CRLF]The gas stopped flowing through the
broken pipe. NW natural arrived and used their gas
detector to declare the area safe after it vented.
[CRLF][CRLF]Brian, store manager and Errin Kay Stevens
notified to allow employees back into
store.[CRLF][CRLF]Hazard abated and NW Natural left on
scene working.
TITLE:Fred Meyers         [CRLF]E16 responded to a possible
gas leak at the address given. Upon arrival to the Home
Department entrance we were met by the RP. she states
that the smell is only in the entry way and not in the store.
E16 entered the building and there was an oder of natural
gas in the entry way, with no oder in the store. Gas
monitor showed all normal readings. E16 made way to the
roof to check HVAC unit in the area in question. Gas
appeared to be off on this unit so E16 called NW Natural
gas for assistance. NW arrived and confirmed that the gas
was shut of to the unit, believed there was a leak in the
supply piping. After checking in several locations and
finding no leak NW was calling in a specialist and released
E16. E16 cleared for QTS.


N. Gas leak. Stage at scene, clear to return.
TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]T-15 arrived in the area of a
reported fuel spill. We were UTL on the source but
possibly located where it was on McGloughlin. The noticed
area had evaporated and the pavement was dry, as well as
the parking lot. Finding no hazards, T-15 cleared.

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]dispatched to a report of a
natural gas leak in station 17 FMZ[CRLF][CRLF]arrived to a
occupied residential neighborhood with several new
construction projects being worked on. A single residential
lot (@10,000 square feet) with only concrete footings
standing, was the site of a natural gas leak.
[CRLF][CRLF]Garrett Crone (employee of Icon
Development) accidentally hit and ruptured a underground
2'' poly gas supply line. Pressurized product spewed from
the hole in the ground where the evacuated excavator was
left. [CRLF][CRLF]NNG was contacted enroute and showed
up 5 minutes after FD arrival. FD secured an area of 2
blocks surrounding the pipe break, and all homeowners
were notified to remain in place. Surface streets were
blocked and access was denied to everyone (except
NNG)[CRLF][CRLF]NNG denied FD hoseline placement on
request due to openness of located leak. 2'' line was
accessed via shovel and clamped off on both sides of the
rupture. With the leak mitigated (not repaired) NNG
recalled FD and moved a back hoe in place to begin the
digging for permanent fix.
TITLE:New Narrative        [CRLF]2 inch Nat. Gas line hit with
auger. Establishe safe area and evacuated one home. left
scene to NW Natural Gas.
TITLE:New Narrative        [CRLF]SQ17 responded to natural
gas leak. On scene investigation revealed a mild smell in
house that dissipated while on scene. Gas meter was not
moving. Gas monitor did not register any level of natural
gas. All pilot lights to gas appliances were on. I advised RP
Doug to call us back is the smell returns. SQ17 clear.

TITLE:             [CRLF]E16 called to possible natural gas
leak. Arrived to find very faint odor of possible natural gas.
Strong odor of nail product. Employee states she can smell
slight smell of natural gas through the nail product odor.
No natural gas appliances in store. No explosive limits
showing on atmospheric monitor. E16 checked stores on
each side of nail salon and no odor in either. Checked rear
of building and HVAC units on building, no odor present.
E16 notified NW Natural and advised they check nail salon.
No immediate hazard found by E16.


TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]At 2124 hours on Saturday
January 15, 2011 we were dispatched to a gas leak. Two
units were assigned to this incident. Three personnel
responded. We arrived on scene at 2128 hours and cleared
at 2133 hours. The incident occurred at 19701 HWY 213,
OREGON CITY in District CC33. The local station is S16. The
general description of this property is food and beverage
sales, grocery store. The primary task(s) performed at the
scene by responding personnel was investigation. No
mutual/automatic aid was given or
received.[CRLF][CRLF]Upon arrival E16 met with the store
manager and we attempted to determine if there was in
fact a gas leak. This was apparently called in by a customer
who is no longer on scene. We were not able to locate any
smell of natural gas. E16 clear.[CRLF][CRLF]Alarm number
1100732 has been assigned to this incident.
TITLE:New Narrative        [CRLF]dispatched to a fuel
spill[CRLF][CRLF]arrived to find a 2003 Hyundi Elntra parked
on top of a exterior neighborhood cable box located in a
residential yard. The car was not running, but was leaking
gasoline from a ruptured fuel tank located on the bottom
of the vehicle and torn by the car running over the metal
cable junction box. [CRLF][CRLF]RP stated she left her
running car parked in the street while she went into the
house to grab an item. When the RP returned outside, her
car had drove (unoccupied and in reverse) to the position
FD found it in. Witnesses state the car had it's back up
lights on when it finally stopped in the yard.
[CRLF][CRLF]Spilling fuel was absorbed with various
absorbents and cans, and a tow company was called for
vehicle movement. Car was towed to RP home per
request, and gasoline stopped pouring out of the tank after
several gallons were emptied. [CRLF][CRLF]NOTE:
extended travel time due to flagged hazard address and
recommendation to stage per dispatch until CCSO cleared
scene. [CRLF][CRLF]No damage to personal property, only
to cable box.

Strong odor of propane near Salmon River Market noticed
by motorist. Investigate and NW Natural notified is
responding to check lines.
Propane fire with BBQ grill, fire knocked down under
control, no extensive damage done to house.
Smell of gasoline in home, upon investigation found spray
bottle with gasoline leaking in cupboard.




Report of oil on the highway at Woods Creek and Hwy 20.
Found at least one five gallon bucket of oil that had spilled
onto highway. Saw a at least two other buckets in water of
the ditch on the South side of road. Call ODOT, they
responded with one person. We closed the East bound
lane and put down three bags of absorbent, and ODOT was
making arrangements for clean up.
Jay Wilson called the station at told me that a school bus
he had driven and parked in front of the High School had
leaked some diesel onto the street. Wilson said the diesel
was not flowing into the drain, and was stagnate. I called
Philomath Public Works and they said they would send
someone, but it would be a bit, so I offered to go check it
out for them. On scene, found a diesel still about 2'x2' in
size and all the liquid had absorbed into the pavement.
Turned scene over to PPW.

Called for odor of natural gas in a home. Arrived to find no
odor. Homeowner said that the igniter on his gas range
doesn't work sometimes. When the burner was turned on,
it allowed gas to vent into the room. The homeowner said
they shut off the burner, opened the doors and vented the
building prior to our arrival. I advised the homeowner to
call NW Natural in the morning.

Dispatched for a possible fuel spill with a 5 gallon fuel can
sitting on the edge of the road. Arrived to find a heavy
odor of gasoline in the air and remnits of a 5 gallon fuel can
sitting on the edge of the road. Roadway surface was
already wet from rain. Unable to detect any gasoline on
the roadway due to surface already being wet from rain.
No actions taken.
Southern Oregon Region #8 HazMat Team notified of a
possible HazMat incident in Jackson county Fire District
#5's jurisdiction. Phone consultation from 8152 advised
that the old Associated Fruit Building west mechanical
ammonia storage room has an ammonia order at the street
level. Tema members Rohrbough and Baumgartner
responed for initial evaluation with air monitirs, PPE and
tools for onsite recon and possible control. On scene
briefing with 8351 and 8352 reviewed preplan of the site
and tank locations. They reconned the exterior of the
structure, a small order of ammonia from the NE corner of
the building was noted. All exterior plumbing appeared
secure. They unlocked a double access door on the west
side allowing for natural ventilation. Air monitors read
20.9% oxygen and 0% LEL. They then entered the
suspected room continiously monitoring the atmosphere
detecting a mid order of amonia noting that all values
appered secure and closed. As they continued they found a
small amount of residue on a plumbing riser to a relief
value. This was noted to be the most proble cause of the
leak. This was a mid line plumbing direct from the tank. The
tank needed to be off loaded in order to tighten and secure
the in line plumbing leak. They then exited the mechanical
Southern Oregon Region #8 HazMat Team notified of a
possible HazMat incident in Jackson county Fire District
#5's jurisdiction. Phone consultation from 8152 advised
that the old Associated Fruit Building west mechanical
ammonia storage room has an ammonia order at the street
level. Tema members Rohrbough and Baumgartner
responed for initial evaluation with air monitirs, PPE and
tools for onsite recon and possible control. On scene
briefing with 8351 and 8352 reviewed preplan of the site
and tank locations. They reconned the exterior of the
structure, a small order of ammonia from the NE corner of
the building was noted. All exterior plumbing appeared
secure. They unlocked a double access door on the west
side allowing for natural ventilation. Air monitors read
20.9% oxygen and 0% LEL. They then entered the
suspected room continiously monitoring the atmosphere
detecting a mid order of amonia noting that all values
appered secure and closed. As they continued they found a
small amount of residue on a plumbing riser to a relief
value. This was noted to be the most proble cause of the
leak. This was a mid line plumbing direct from the tank. The
tank needed to be off loaded in order to tighten and secure
the in line plumbing leak. They then exited the mechanical
DIESEL FUEL LEAK FROM BLOWN MOTOR. APPROX. 2
GALLONS SPILLED. FUEL LINE CRIMPED.
Responded to a broken gas line in a structure (Home
Depot). Business was checked for co levels and ventilated.
It was also partially evacuated. Gas main coming into the
building was shut off by store personnel prior to our arrival.
Scene was turned over to avista utilities.

8303 received a landline phone call direct from Home
Depot. The RP stated that there was a smell of natural gas
near the rear of the store. After investigation, found no
visible leaks and the smell had disipated. Scene was
handed over to Avista.
8303 RESPONDED TO A REPORTED VEHICLE LEAKING FUEL.
CREW ARRIVED ONSCENE WITH TOW COMPANY. FUEL
LEAKING HAD STOPPED, SCENE TURNED OVER TO TOW
COMPANY.
Called for a smell of gas in the area. Found a strong odor in
the area, traced it to the mill dryers. NW was called in and
took over the scene. we were cleared to secure.

E64 dispatched to home on NW Shoreline for smell of
natural gas. The caller stated that she came out to get her
newspaper in the morning and noted a strong smell of
natural gas. When we turned onto Shoreline Wy from
West Union Rd, we were able to smell a mild natural gas
odor. We proceeded to the caller's home(about ten house
down street), and on arrival there, we did not smell an
odor. We walk behind and in front of all of the NW
Shorline homes and were unable to locate any odor. We
note that just past the East end of Shorline was a natural
gas pipeline vent pipe. Winds were light and out of the
East that day, so we suspect that the vent had opened and
the caller had noted the smell. We cleared the scene and
told the caller to have us come back should she have any
additional odors.

TITLE:New Narrative      [CRLF]Call received as a mutual aid
to Portland, Nat. gas leak. E-2 arrived to stage. E-2 recalled
from staging shortly after arrival.
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Hazmat 7 responded to 1111 SW 10th on a haz-mat spill. A
Stewart Carter had accidentilly mixed Sodium Hypochlorite
with a 12% Chlorine . Entry team placed @7gallons of the
solution into 5 gallon plastic buckets and a second entry
team poured the solution into the pools filter system . They
then opened up the building along with an electric fan . All
areras monitered and found to be within acceptable levels
of Chlorine and HCL.

Hazmat 7 responded to 1111 SW 10th on a haz-mat spill. A
Stewart Carter had accidentilly mixed Sodium Hypochlorite
with a 12% Chlorine . Entry team placed @7gallons of the
solution into 5 gallon plastic buckets and a second entry
team poured the solution into the pools filter system . They
then opened up the building along with an electric fan . All
areras monitered and found to be within acceptable levels
of Chlorine and HCL.

Hazmat 7 responded to 1111 SW 10th on a haz-mat spill. A
Stewart Carter had accidentilly mixed Sodium Hypochlorite
with a 12% Chlorine . Entry team placed @7gallons of the
solution into 5 gallon plastic buckets and a second entry
team poured the solution into the pools filter system . They
then opened up the building along with an electric fan . All
areras monitered and found to be within acceptable levels
of Chlorine and HCL.

E8 and HM 6 responded to a formaldehyde spill. While off
loading product at the facility, the driver over pressurized
the system and tank creating a small rupture/separation of
tank top and sidewall. Approx. 4 to 5 gallons of
formaldehyde spilled into the containment area and
started to vaporize. No civilian exposures identified. No
downwind threats identified. E8 isolated the area and HM6
surveyed the area and confirmed the situation. The facility
was released back to plant personnel. HM6 returned in
service.
E8 and HM 6 responded to a formaldehyde spill. While off
loading product at the facility, the driver over pressurized
the system and tank creating a small rupture/separation of
tank top and sidewall. Approx. 4 to 5 gallons of
formaldehyde spilled into the containment area and
started to vaporize. No civilian exposures identified. No
downwind threats identified. E8 isolated the area and HM6
surveyed the area and confirmed the situation. The facility
was released back to plant personnel. HM6 returned in
service.

Haz-Mat 7 dispatched to 3710 SW US Veterans Hospital .
Six people exposed to envelope and letter which caused a
burning sensation about their eyes. Advised them to wash
with copious amounts of water bag clothing gave them all
tyvec suits . envelope and letter examined and found to be
negative in all tests . FBI took letter and envelope for
further testing with negative results. All six persons
evaluated at ER at Veterans hospital.

R-11 arrived on scene and secured the immediate area. R-
11 called for Hazmat-7 after receiving a report from
occupants. Hazmat-7 arrived and took control of the scene.
Hazmat-7 reconned the bathroom where a student and
staff member found a caustic bottle bomb in the trash can.
Police bomb disposal unit was notified of what was found
and confirmed what was found on scene. School personnel
notified Hazmat-7 and police that a second device was
found the day before and it was in the dumpster. The
caustic bottle bomb is a mixture of Drano and aluminum
foil and or steel wool mixed in a plastic bottle. The result of
the device is a release of caustic and slightly acidic gases
which were dispersed via the ventilation system. The
remnants were contained in the garbage can. The facility
was released back to the responsible party.
R-11 arrived on scene and secured the immediate area. R-
11 called for Hazmat-7 after receiving a report from
occupants. Hazmat-7 arrived and took control of the scene.
Hazmat-7 reconned the bathroom where a student and
staff member found a caustic bottle bomb in the trash can.
Police bomb disposal unit was notified of what was found
and confirmed what was found on scene. School personnel
notified Hazmat-7 and police that a second device was
found the day before and it was in the dumpster. The
caustic bottle bomb is a mixture of Drano and aluminum
foil and or steel wool mixed in a plastic bottle. The result of
the device is a release of caustic and slightly acidic gases
which were dispersed via the ventilation system. The
remnants were contained in the garbage can. The facility
was released back to the responsible party.




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Responded to 6701 NE Prescott ST on Hazmat Level 2
.Upon arrival found Church with 9 victims complaining of
dizziness and headache and nausea. Nine people
transported to the hospital. Entry team found CO levels at
1460 PPM in basement. Furnace shut off, natural gas shut
off and building doors and windows opened and ventilated
with fans until co level diminished. Owner advised to leave
furnace off and to have it repaired by a qualified tec.

Company was remodeling an abandoned business building
and cut into an old refrigeration unit with a resulting
Ammonia leak.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]UTL MVA
Precision Castparts Corp. uses acid baths to chemically mill
titanium parts. A power failure prevented a part reacting
in an acid bath from being removed and prevented vapor
scrubbers from removing toxic off-gassing. Other pumps in
the large facility failed causing acid waste to overflow. The
damaged electric controls for the scrubber and the hoist to
remove the part (stopping the reaction) were located in
the same room as the toxic off-gasses (nitrogen oxide
gasses). HM personnel could not safely correct the
electrical problem so great efforts were made to ventilate
the reaction room so licensed electricians could enter and
fix the controls. Multiple entries were made to try
ventilation plans and to keep essential equipment
operating in other areas of the plant through the night and
into the next day. Eventually the roof had to be removed
from the room to allow ventilation so plant personnel
could safely fix the problem. Since this large facility
straddles the county line between Multnomah and
Clackamas both HazMat Teams from Portland Fire and
Gresham Fire responded and worked together. PFB ''HM7''
(Oregon Team 6) took on Liason, Resource, HM Safety,
Medical and Decon while GFES HM3 (Oregon Team 3) took
TITLE:New Narrative         [CRLF]Respond to construction site
where a NW Natural gas line had broken. E2 monitored for
hazardous conditions and maintained a safe zone until NW
Natural fixed broken line.

TITLE:New Narrative         [CRLF]Call received as transmission
fluid spill in the parking lot of the Meadows Tavern. E-2
arrived to find City Of Milwaukie water dept. employee
Norm Marlborough on scene. Mr. Marlborough had
cleaned the spill and placed absorbent booms around all
the storm drains on the property. Mr. Marlborough stated
that a unidentified witness reported that earlier in the day
a man drained the transmission of a red Toyota 4 runner
creating the leak. E-2 cleared the scene after gathering
information.
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]E1 CALLED DIRECTLY TO FIRE
STATION PHONE LINE BY BUSINESS OWNER CRAIG LEPPERT
OF DESIGN SOUND LOCATED AT 6453 S.E. JOHNSON CREEK
BLVD. LEPPERT REPORTED A STRONG ODOR OF GASOLINE
COMING FROM THE CLOSED BUSINESS NEXT DOOR TO HIS
AT ADDRESS 6451 SE JCB. E1 STATED WE WOULD BE
ENROUTE AND REQUESTED TO CCOM TO INITIATE AN
INCIDENT. E1 ARRIVED TO 6451 SE JCB, UNAMED
BUSINESS, NO SIGNAGE, NO RP ON FILE PER CCOM. E1
MADE CONTACT WITH NEXT DOOR BUSINESS CRAIG
LEPPERT. E1 CONFIRMED A STRONG ODOR INSIDE OF 6453
AND LEPPERT ASSISTED E1 WITH NOTIFYING THE
PROPERTY OWNER TO ATTEMPT TO GET A HOLD OF THE
BUSINESS OWNER LEASING 6451 SE JCB. THE PROPERTY
OWNER STATED THE BUSINESS WAS CALLED DIVERSIFIED
ABILITIES AND THE OWNER WAS DAVID TOTH BUT DID NOT
HAVE ANY CONTACT INFO FOR. E1 CO MADE THE DECISION
TO FORCE A LOCKED INSIDE DOOR THAT MADE ACCESS TO
THE NEXT DOOR 6451 ADDRESS TO INVESTIGATE THE LEAK.
E1 UTILIZED HAND TOOLS TO GAIN ACCESS WITH MINIMAL
DAMAGE. E1 CREW FOUND A SMALL CHEMICAL LEAK
COMING FROM A GARBAGE CAN THAT WAS CONSISTENT
WITH THE ODORS OF GASOLINE. THE APPEARANCE OF THE
LEAK WAS ORANGE IN COLOR AND THICK SLUDGE TYPE
SUBSTANCE. IT APPEARED TO BE A FUEL / OIL MIXTURE
TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Construction crew
punctured a residential natural gas service line, NWNG was
called prior to 911. Although there was a slight smell in the
air from the broken line in a trench atmospheric
monitoring revealed nothing. NWNG clamped the line and
remained on scene to repair it.

TITLE:New Narrative       [CRLF]Called for a natural gas leak.
[CRLF][CRLF]A residential line was severed by construction
crews while performing road repair. safety systems
reduced gas flow to minimal seepage from line not
detected by our gas meter. Locate marks in the area did
not indicate gas line in the immediate area of construction
involving this line. Turned scene over to NWNG on they're
arrival. E2 returned per NWNG instructions.
JH[CRLF][CRLF]Code one response

TITLE:Narrative       [CRLF]E2 dispatched to a reported
natural gas leak. Arrived to find NW Natural on scene, leak
secured, situation stabilized. E2 cleared.
HAZMAT 7 RESPONDED TO A SODIUM PERCARBONATE
SPILL INSIDE A LOCKED MIXED LOAD 28FT. TRAILER.
HAZMAT 7 SENT AN ENTRY TEAM TO OPEN THE TRAILER
MONITOR THE AIR AND TAKE SAMPLES.HAZMAT 7 WAS
UNABLE TO DETERMINE CAUSE OF THE SPILL. NRC WAS
CONTRACTED BY REDDAWAY TO MITIGATE, AND CLEAN UP
THE SPILL.
HAZMAT 7 RESPONDED TO A SODIUM PERCARBONATE
SPILL INSIDE A LOCKED MIXED LOAD 28FT. TRAILER.
HAZMAT 7 SENT AN ENTRY TEAM TO OPEN THE TRAILER
MONITOR THE AIR AND TAKE SAMPLES.HAZMAT 7 WAS
UNABLE TO DETERMINE CAUSE OF THE SPILL. NRC WAS
CONTRACTED BY REDDAWAY TO MITIGATE, AND CLEAN UP
THE SPILL.
E8 SPOTTED APPROXIMATELY 150 YARDS UPHILL AND
UPWIND AND ATTEMPTED TO GET A VISUAL ON THE
CONTAINER BUT WAS UNABLE TO DO SO (E8 COULD ONLY
SEE WHITE VAPOR VENTING IN THE AREA POINTED OUT BY
MR. KOMP AND IT APPEARED TO BE HEAVIER THAN AIR).
E8 FOUND NO ABNORMAL READINGS ON THE DRAGGER
AND SET UP A SAFE ZONE ALONG WITH A MAKE-SHIFT
WINDSOCK IN THE UPPER LOT. E8 CONSULTED WITH
STATION 7 VIA CELL PHONE AND NOTIFIED C2. STATION 7
CALLED BACK AND RELATED THAT THEY WOULD RESPOND
AND THAT CURRENT ISOLATION DISTANCES WERE
APPROPRIATE. E8 OBTAINED OPS6.

ON HAZMAT 7'S ARRIVAL, MEMBERS OF THE HAZMAT
TEAM ENTERED THE AREA AND DETERMINED THE HAZMAT
CONDITION TO BE A SMALL AMMONIA LEAK FROM A
RUSTED CYLINDER. E8 PROVIDED MANPOWER AND
ASSISTED WITH DECON USING A BOOSTER LINE FOR
HAZMAT MEMBERS. THE HAZMAT TEAM SPOKE WITH BOB
WEINSTEIN (OWNER OF BOB'S METALS) AND MR. KOMP
AND IT WAS DETERMINED THAT WASTEXPRESS WOULD
PROCEED WITH THE CLEAN-UP ONCE THE REMAINDER OF
THE PRODUCT SPONTANEOUSLY VENTED. E8 EXPLAINED
AND OBTAINED SIGNATURES ON A HAZARDOUS
MATERIALS SPILL RELEASE REPORT FORM. E8 CLEARED
JUST AS HM121 ARRIVED AND TURNED THE SCENE OVER
TO THE HAZMAT TEAM.
Haz-Mat 6 called to drug lab to monitor air of a house for
Portland Police SERT team. When SERT raided this house
the PERP tossed a container of acetone and his product
into the air. This contaminated the kitchen. HM-06 suited
F.F.'s Fukai and Martin in level D to enter the house and
monitor the air for LEL. Entry team used ITX and a multi gas
PID. Both monitors were negative for LEL. O2 readings
were 20.9. The house was turned over to the police for
evidence collection. HM-06 picked up and returned in-
service. OERS #2011-0975.

E-5 responded to Alpenrose Dairy on a release of
Anhydrous Ammonia. Following a telephone consult call
with HM121, it was decided to call for a Hazmat II response
(subsequently upgraded to a HM III, which included HMRT
#9 from TVFR).

Most companies staged with the Incident Command Van,
about 1/4 mile away. PD blocked streets off for 1/2 mile in
all directions and reverse 911 was used to notify as many
residents as possible to shelter in place.

Both HMRT's worked together and conducted a Level A
entry, with an engine dedicated to back-up lines and
decontamination. The malfunctioning valve was closed at
the shut-off, just after the team entered the structure.


HM53 and HM34 dispatched to assist HM 06 (PFB) with a
release of anhydrous NH3 from the Alpenrose Dairy facility.
This leak was caused during a normal maintenance
procedure and was an uninhibited free flowing leak of
chemical product. HM 09 arrived and supported HM06
with the following: Provided and staffed a Safety Officer,
Provided an augmented resource (2 personnel) and toxic
cloud mapping functions, provided 2 additional back-up
personnel for operational support, provided a monitoring
trouble shooting technician, provided and staffed a medical
monitoring station and provided and staffed a level one
decontamination for the HM06 enry and back up
personnel. PFB
TITLE:New Narrative [CRLF]E-5 RESPOND TO A SOLVENT
SMELL, ON SPRINGWATER TRAIL, E-5 TALKED TO BIKERS
ON PATH WHO SMELLED NOTHING,E-5 GAS MONITOR
SHOWED NOTHING. ONLY ONE CALL ON THIS,NOTHING
FOUND E-5 CLEARED

E-65 and NW Natural Gas were dispatched on a natural gas
leak at an office building. E-65 evacuated two people from
the building. One person was the manager and he states
that he damaged the gas line while trying to drill a hole in
the wall to move an electrical outlet. The manager called
NW Natural Gas and they called for a fire response. The
manager had turned off the gas valve and he reported that
he hissing sound stopped after he shut off the valve. The
gas meter was inspected and confirmed to be shut off. All
parties remained outside until NW Natural Gas arrived. NW
Gas went interior and got no readings on his monitor. The
scene was turned over to NW Natural Gas and E-65
returned to service.


E-65 responded code 1 to reported fuel leaking from a
vehicle. E-65 arrived in the reported location to find a trail
of oil sheen leading to the described vehicle received from
Fire Com. On scene is an older Dodge pickup truck with a
camper on it, leaking what was reported to have been fuel
from under its engine compartment. E-65 personnel
investigated to discover that the leak was not fuel but was
transmission fluid along with radiator fluids leaking. The
leak was nearly stopped by the time of our arrival and
therefore, E-65 personnel dumped 2 full buckets of
absorbent on the leaked out material in an effort to stop it
from running into the nearby storm drains. The occupant /
driver of the vehicle was advised to not drive the vehicle
due to the appearance of having leaked out all the contents
of the transmissions fluids along with some of the engines
coolant. The driver was informed that it appeared that the
radiator had sprung a leak which also likely provided
cooling for the transmission, which would have lead to the
fluids leaking out completely. The woman agreed to not
drive the vehicle and contacted a friend with the use of E-
65's phone. The friend was nearby and had arranged with
the driver to have her picked up nearby at the location. E-
E-65 responded code 1 to a reported oil spill. E-65 arrived
to the reported area to note a large oil puddle lying in the
middle of the traffic lane on Canyon Rd at the intersection
of Canyon Ln. E-65 positioned ourselves to block traffic
and proceeded to apply a bucket of absorbent to what
looked like dark motor oil in the amount of approximately
1/2 to 1 gallon. After applying the absorbent, the
absorbent material was mixed with the material, only to
find out that the spilled liquid was in fact molten tar that
had since cured since it had spilled likely 5 -10 minutes
prior to our arrival. The absorbent took away the sheen of
the spilled material and blended in with the asphalt on the
roadway. Our absorbent was swept up and placed back
into its bucket. No further measures were needed to be
taken by E-65's crew and at this point, E-65 cleared the
scene for quarters.


E65 disp. to a spill of a slippery substance on the freeway
clover leaf of 217 north bound to Sunset 26 West bound.
E65 arrived to find a strong odor of diesel fuel in the area,
with no signs of fuel on the roadway. ODOT was informed
and requested a sand truck to sand the area. E65 cleared in-
service.
MDT not capturing initial enroute time. Time actually a
couple minutes earlier. Disp to gas leaking from SUV.
Arrived to find an SUV in the parking lot, presently not
leaking any fuel. There was a small amount of liquid on the
ground smelling like gasoline. Absorbant was put down
under vehicle. RP was going to call AAA back for a tow and
repair. It also would not start. RP had the fuel sensor
replaced approximately one month prior which required
the removal of the gas tank.

SQT61 responded code 1 for a report of a propane tank
leaking at a residence. The tank had been filled recently on
a cool day and today's temp was greater than 80 degrees.
SQT61 personnel moved the tank away from the residence,
vented some of the gas pressure and then advised the
property owner of the cause of the pressure release.

Called to an odor investigation. A smell of paint or thinner
was notices in the low lying water areas, E 65 traveled up
to sylvan by the waterway and smelled it also. Clean water
services was notified . thy will do a test and location in the
daylight next day.
Called for a gasoline spill in front of residence. Arrived to
find an older make car with gas dripping from below
vehicle. Since vehicle was parked on a slope, gas had
traveled down roadway approximately 10 ft. Placed
absorbant down and spoke with car owner's parents
(daughter had left scene in another car). They stated they
had called AAA and they wouldn't town a car with a leaking
tank. Tow truck driver stated it was TVFR's call if it was
safe. Since we had no way of stopping leak, and per
parents of car owner, she had just filled tank prior to
coming to home, it was decided for parents to siphon of
gas if they had wished or let tank continue to leak. Copious
amounts of absorbant placed below car to capture leaking
gasoline. They planned on calling AAA for a tow Monday.




E60 was dispatched code three to a report of a smell of
natural gas in a structure and a possible associated gas
leak. Office building occupants state that they suddenly
began smelling natural gas in their offices so they
contacted Providence Security. Security advised them to
evacuate the building and called 911. E60 arrived to the
two story concrete building with all occupants evacuated.
E60 investigated the interior of the building and there was
a slight smell of natural gas on the interior however the gas
monitor was not showing any hazardous levels.
Construction grading project is occurring adjacent to the
building on the Charlie side of the structure. E60 was able
to identify the suspected area of a gas leak, but it was
below grade and could not be identified for certain. Gas
company arrived on scene and began dispatching crews to
locate and repair the leak. Gas company confirmed that it
was safe for the occupants to re-enter the building with the
use of their monitor. E60 then cleared off of the call with
gas company on scene.




Called code 1 to a spill. Upon arrival found a 3 car accident
with minimal engine fluids on the ground. E 65 placed
absorbant on the liquids and cleared the scene.
E68 dispatched code1 on a fuel spill. E68 arrived to find A
WCSO Deputy on scene with a Honda Accord that had run
over an unknown object in the roadway which punctured
the vehicles fuel tank causing a leak. The vehicle has also
thrown a belt, and the air conditioner compressor unit has
dropped from the engine compartment, puncturing the
undercarriage of the vehicle as well. The owners uncle
arrived on scene and was advised that the vehicle wasn't
drivable, and wouldn't be towed if there was fuel leaking
from the vehicle. He was advised to contact a mobile
mechanic to come to the scene to make the necessary
repairs. He was able to contact Speeds Towing who was
working with him via the phone to resolve the issues with
the vehicle so it could be towed. E68 applied absorbant to
the spill underneath the vehicle, and on the roadway
surface. We also placed to absorbant pads underneath the
vehicle. There was no immediate threat of the spill
reaching a storm drain, with the closest drain 75-100 feet
down hill. No further action required of E68, with E68
clearing the scene to return to quarters.




E60 responded on a car that rolled out of a driveway and
into a neighbors natural gas meter thus shearing off a main
gas line to the home. On arrival E60 was able to shut off
the main gas line at the meter. NW Natural Gas arrived on
scene and the home was also deemed clear. E60 returned
with NW Natural remaining on scene to make the needed
repairs.

E61 responded on a natural gas leak at a construction site.
E61 arrived to find crews on scene that had cut into a 2''
feeder line that was blowing and venting into the
atmosphere. This was at the St. Pius school. E61 secured
the area by evacuating immediate area and barricading off
traffic flow into the school. NW gas was dispatched, arrived
sometime later to secure the gas. The meter was shut off
at the street side valve. Meter readings were taken at the
adjacent buildings under renovation. We did not get any
readings on our gas monitor. The buildings were cleared,
NW gas remained on scene and the area was reopened to
traffic flow. E61 cleared and returned in service.
E64 responded on a report of a natural gas leak. E64
arrived to a two story wood frame residential structure
with occupants standing outside. Resident states that he
came home to find one of the knobs to his stove top
burner in the on position with gas flowing to the burner. He
states that he turned the burner to the off position and
opened all the windows and the doors to the residence.
E64 confirmed that the gas had been turned off to the
burner and then took several readings with our gas
monitor. No readings registered on the monitor. E64 was
met by a NW natural gas service tech who had been
dispatched as well. We gave him our findings and he also
did a walk through. Residents were allowed back into their
home. E64 cleared.

residential gas line dug up in open area. Auto valve cut off
flow of gas. We stood by until NWNG arrived.

Car 67 dispatched code 1 for an odor investigation with gas
smell in business occupancies at Bethany Blvd shopping
center. I arrived to find a gasoline spill of approx. two
gallons in a parking stall in front of the Hallmark store. I
informed employees at Hallmark of the situation and
advised that it might be better to keep their front door
closed. I placed absorbant on 5X8 area in stall and on tracks
on roadway next to stall, spread it with a broom and
scooped it up with a shovel for disposal. Car 67 cleared
scene.

E64 c-3 on Nat Gas leak in a home. Upon arrival resident
told us that she was moving her stove out and heard and
smelled gas. She called NW Nat who advised that they call
911. We shut down gas at the value into the hose into the
stove. This stopped the leak. We opened doors and
windows to vent. and advised to wait for NW Nat to repair
the stove. The smell dissipated rapidly but we were unable
to monitor since ours was O/S. Since NW Nat was
responding we felt they would be able to monitor when
they arrived but either way we were certain levels were
not hazardous.
E60 responded code 3 to a natural gas leak. Upon arrival
occupant had shut off gas to the stovetop which she had
left on and had started to ventilate the residence. E60
crew checked entire home with the gas monitor and found
no readings. E60 opened all windows shut down the heat
and advised the occupant to leave all windows open for
another 15-30 minutes to allow the very slight odor to
subside. E60 clear.

E68 responds code 1 to the smell of natural gas in the area
and caller has left the area. Unit arrives and initially is
unable to locate any odor. After speaking with some
bystanders a location with the slightest smell of mercaptan
is found. E68 is unable to find the source. NW Natural Gas
is contacted and they are to send a crew to investigate.
NW Natural Gas call to the station later in the evening and
states they were able to locate the source. A landscaping
boulder was dropped on the ground and the impact caused
a slight crack in a supply pipe.
i375:This fire was caused by a train derailment. The
property involving the derailment and subsequent fire is
owned by Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)
and is leased to Burlington Northern Railroad. BNR sub-
leases the right-of-way to Portland Western Railroad.
Portland & Western is responsible for the rail track
maintenance, and operation.
The train involved in the derailment was a 59 car train
carrying wood products, primarily unfinished logs, but also
finished lumber and some manufactured siding. According
to P&W rail workers the 46th car is the one that derailed
and it was believed by them that only the rear ''truck'' of
the 46th car actually left the track. This car left the track
several hundred feet south of the Mill Rd. rail crossing. the
train traveled approximately 2 miles including crossing a
trestle dragging the disabled car and tearing up the track.
Multiple witnesses along the line stated first hearing very
loud ''scraping'' noises and then seeing the rear of one of
the cars ''off the tracks''and appearing very unstable and
likely to tip over. This car did not tip over until it came to a
switch where a siding (rail line used for storage of
cars)located on the west side of the track snagged the
disabled truck and pulled the car(s) over in the western
HM06 responded on a 15ml. spill of acrolein in a lab at
OHSU.The technician that spilled the acrolein wiped it off a
metal counter top with paper towels and threw the paper
towels in a metal trash can(no lid). The tech said the room
filled with a vapor that burnt his eyes and that he had
burning in his lungs making it hard to breath. He walked to
the emergency room. HM06 arrived on the campus to
discover we had two pt. in the E.R.and that the building
was evacuated with the HVAC activated in the exposed
building by Engine 4. Half of HM06 crew were dropped at
the E.R. to check on pt.The Tech that spilled the product
was in an evaluation room, a security guard was standing in
the hallway. HM06 began decon of both pt. While doing
this two more pt. arrived complaining of burning eyes and
difficulty breathing. Decon was started on these pt. also.
We stripped,showered, and double bagged all the clothes
from these four. We left them at the E.R. with a nurse for
further evaluation. The remainder of the crew gathered on-
site info from hospital staff. Information was not very clear,
but we did confirm we had acrolein spilled in the lab from
our technician. Four members were suited in level''A'' to
make entry with air monitors. They began a primary search
HM06 responded on a 15ml. spill of acrolein in a lab at
OHSU.The technician that spilled the acrolein wiped it off a
metal counter top with paper towels and threw the paper
towels in a metal trash can(no lid). The tech said the room
filled with a vapor that burnt his eyes and that he had
burning in his lungs making it hard to breath. He walked to
the emergency room. HM06 arrived on the campus to
discover we had two pt. in the E.R.and that the building
was evacuated with the HVAC activated in the exposed
building by Engine 4. Half of HM06 crew were dropped at
the E.R. to check on pt.The Tech that spilled the product
was in an evaluation room, a security guard was standing in
the hallway. HM06 began decon of both pt. While doing
this two more pt. arrived complaining of burning eyes and
difficulty breathing. Decon was started on these pt. also.
We stripped,showered, and double bagged all the clothes
from these four. We left them at the E.R. with a nurse for
further evaluation. The remainder of the crew gathered on-
site info from hospital staff. Information was not very clear,
but we did confirm we had acrolein spilled in the lab from
our technician. Four members were suited in level''A'' to
make entry with air monitors. They began a primary search
%*%Notes Page 1%*%HYDRAULIC LINE LEAK FROM FRONT
END LOADER. APPROX 15 GAL SMEARED OVER 150 FEET
ON CITY STREET. CITY CONED OFF AREA. SMAF
ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISED TO CLEAN: AREA SALTED.
SCENE LEFT WITH CITY EMPLOYEE PAT GOEHRING.SMAF
EMPLOYEE JOHN WORTHINGTON 541-480-8998.

%*%J. SHANNON%*%12221 RESPONDED TO A REPORTED
NATURAL GAS LEAK. NO HAZARD FOUND. RESIDENCE LEFT
WITH HOME OWNER. GAS MONITOR PIKED UP NO
LEAKING GASES OR HAZARDOUS LEVELS OF GAS.

%*%Notes Page 1%*%GAS STOVE WITHOUT ANY PILOT
LIGHTS ON. SHUT OFF THE GAS TO THE BUILDING AND
VENTILATED THE KITCHEN. Date Of The Call 7/3/2011

%*%Notes Page 1%*%2011 DODGE DIESEL 3500 TRUCK.
OWNER STOPPED FOR FUEL AND AFTER STARTING TO FILL
IT BEGAN TO LEAK. HE PULLED TO NORTH SIDE OF CROSS
STREET STATION IN DIRT LOT. HE CONTACTED DODGE,
THEY ADVISED THE VEHICLE HAD TO BE NON FLAMMABLE
FOR A TOW AND THE OWNER CALLED FIRE. ADVISED WE
ARE UNABLE TO DO THAT. CONTACTED DISPATCH AND
ADVISED THEM TO CONTACT SMAF.
%*%Notes Page 1%*%GAS LINE LEAKING AT METER AFTER
A TREE BRANCH BROKE IN THE WIND AND FELL ONTO THE
METER. SHUT THE GAS OFF AND TURNED SCENE OVER TO
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE GAS COMPANY. NO
INJURIES, OCCUPANT HEARD THE LEAK AND CALLED FOR
HELP AS SHE EVACUATED.

%*%Notes Page 1%*%THE SMELL OF GAS REPORTED AT
498 SE LYNN BLVD. 1221 FOUND THE FIARGROUNDS
CONSTRUCTION CREW UP WIND FROM THE ADDRESS WAS
DIGGING POST HOLES FOR LIGHT POLES WHEN THEY
STRUCK AN UN LOCATED GAS LINE UNDERGROUND. THEY
HAD CONTACTED THE GAS COMPANY AND SHUT THE LINE
OFF. SCENE TURNED OVER TO THE GAS COMPANY AND
THE OCCUPANTS OF THE ORIGINAL ADDRESS WERE
ADVISED TO VENTILATE THE STRUCTURE.


424 responded to a a reported oil leak from a car that was
draining into a storm drain. Arrived on scene to find a
smlall oil spill on the pavement draining toward a storm
drain. The vehicle was not present. Applied absorba tect
to the spill and notified Redmond public works to send a
street sweeper by to pick up the material. Estimated spill
was approximately two gallons.

412 and 421 for fuel leak coming from the gas tank of a
pickup. Patched the leak with some Gap-Seal and Roger's
towing hauled the vehicle.
Volunteer crews were working on several projects at the
new Boys and Girls club site when a natural gas leak
occurred in a hole that was being dug in the front of the
structure. Natural gas was found to be leaking from an
approximate 1'' gas line that had an approximate 1/2'' hole
in it. The surrounding area was evacuated, a perimeter
established and LEL levels monitored by 421's crew and
Cascade Natural Gas. CNG called additional crews to the
scene to stop the leak. LEL and O2 levels were checked
again prior to allowing people back onto the site.

Passer by reports smell of LPG. One caller, no smell or
problem found in the area.
Arrived on scene to find a 12 gallon propane bottle mostly
empty sitting on the side of the house in the sun. Rp stated
when she came home she could smell propane and could
hear a hissing sound coming from the tank. 424 crew
approached the tank which was now sitting in the shade. A
small amount of propane could be smelled. 424 crew
disconnected the tank from the house and removed the
tank away from the house. Advised the occupant to have
the tank and hose checked by a professional before it is
used again.

412 investigated approximately two gallons of gasoline that
was mostly evaporated at the Pacific Pride gas station.

S = Paul Smith notified 911 of pressure leak & smell of
natural gas near Berglund X Foothill rd. O = Arrived on-
scene at Berglund and Foothill blvd Rogue River Avista
station #2504 was venting excess gas. Pipe was frozen.
Gate is locked. notified Avista 1-800-659-4427. Two Avista
units showed up on scene. We blocked traffic while Avista
corrected the overpressure valve. A= Blocked overpressure
relief valve P= Notified Avista, Blocked traffic. Investigated
& returned

Responded to a gas leake at 141 cedar st. Avista arrived at
the scene the same time as 7410 and shut off gass and
monitored the air and determined that it was safe for the
owners to go back into there home. Both unites left the
scene to avista.
1331 dispatched to the report of a gas leak. Arrived on
scene to find a 3/4 in. line next to the residence that had
been broke by a lawn mower. The occupant of the house
was mowing her lawn when she ran over the capped
natural gas line. The occupant stated that she has lived at
the residence since May of 1984 and she did not know that
she had a gas line to the house. 1331 notified dispatch of
the situation and checked for an ETA on Avista gas
company response. 1331 then made sure that all
occupants were out of the house and made sure that all
power was turned off. 1331 then had the neighbors on the
down wind side turn off all of their appliances and
evacuate from the house. Avista arrived and began air
monitoring the area and clamped off the gas line. 1331
notified Avista of the area that was evacuated and they
stated that they would make sure that all of their
appliances would get turned back on. The scene was then
turned over to Avista.


1132 ARRIVED TO FIND A 1 INCH HAS LINE THAT HAD BEEN
HIT BY A BACKHOE AND BROKE. 1132 SECURED THE AREA
WHILE AVISTA CLAMPED OFF THE LINE. LEAK WAS ABOUT
30 MIN LONG NO STRUCTURES WERE THREATENED AND
1132 RETURNED WITHOUT INCIDENT.

1332 responded to the above address for a possible oil
leak. Upon arrival 1332 found that someone had poured
approximately 1 quart of oil on the roadway. No
information was obtained. 1332 put down absorbant
down to help with the slippery road surface. No other
action was taken. 1332 available Thingvall, Ferguson.

33 Responded to Corvette with gas line or tank leak. Needs
tow but tow co wants FD to check it out before dispatching
tow. We find said Corvette aprox 3 blocks farther north
than dispatch reported. Owner says he changed fuel filter
yesterday now when car runs it leaks. No leakage when
not running we had owner advise tow co it is ok to tow.

REPORTED GAS LEAK. HOMEOWNER WAS INSTALLING A
DRAIN LINE AND HIT THE NG LINE FEEDING THE HOME.
AVISTA WAS ON SCENE THREE MINUTES AFTER 1133. 33
CREW WAS ON STANDBY UNTIL THE GAS LINE WAS
SECURED.
OWNER HAD APPROXMATELY 75 GALLON PROPANE TANK
IN THE BACK OF HIS TRUCK. THE TANK WAS FILLED
YESTERDAY, OWNER BELIEVES THE TANK WAS OVER FILLED
AND WAS STARTING TO BLEED OFF WHEN THE
TEMPERATURE INCREASED OUTSIDE. OWNER WAS GOING
TO WATCH THE TANK AND TAKE IT THE TANK BACK IF IT
DID NOT STOP.
33 Found natural gas leak while on MVA at this location.
Small excavation hole next to roadway with plywood and
traffic cones covering. Requested Avista response, on there
arrival they told us this is small ongoing leak that
equipment and parts are coming to repair, should be done
Wednesday.
1331 responded to the report of a strong smell of an
unknown type of gas. On arrival 1331 crew investigated the
area. There was a smell of gas by the buildings gas meter.
1331 talked with building tenants and they stated they had
not smelled any gas in the building. 1331 advised that we
would be contacting avista for a possible leak. We also
tested the air inside and outside the building with our gas
monitor. 1331 went available. 1331 contacted AVISTA and
notified them of a possible gas leak in that area. Kormendi
Fairbairn and Mattson on the call.


1333 responded code 1 to Stephens/Edenbower for oil on
the roadway. 1333 os to find a slight sheet on the road in
the 3400 blk of edenbower. It was raining heavily, the
amount of product on the road was determined to be small
enough and not able to place absorbant. Public works
responded with a street sweeper to sweep up and
seperate. Looked at parked semi truck, but not source,
semi was there on purpose not disabled. 1333 returned
available.
1331 dispatched to natural gas leak. Arrived to find the
owner of the property standing in the street waving us into
the scene. He stated that he was repairing a sewer line
when he accidentally dug up his gas line. He was using a
tractor with a backhoe implement attached. The owner
stated that he had contacted one call prior to digging.
1331 established a safe area around the leak and air
monitored the area. Avista gas company arrived and
clamped the pipe off. 1331 confirmed with Avista gas that
the issue was mitigated. 1331 cleared the area turned the
scene over to Avista gas.


1331 dispatched to passer by report of stronger smell of
gas in area than usual.Upon arrival, upwind from reported
release, RFD continued on foot in full SCBA, air pack, and
air monitor. 1331 crew did 270 degree rotation around
facility without indication or smell of a leak. 1331 UTL,
available
1331 dispatched to a gas leak outside of location on
dispatch information. Arrived to find a 3/4in PE pipe that
had been cut by a backhoe. The C2 utilities company was
on scene and doing road construction when accidentally
their backhoe operator hit the gas line. They notified the
proper authorities and shut down their operation until the
gas leak was stopped by Avista gas company. 1331 crew
air monitored the area and found the area to be safe. 1331
available.

1331 arrived onscene grand apartments for poss. natural
gas leak. 1331 crew air monitored the first and second
story and also the basement with no gas readings. Fire
protection system maintenance crew informed 1331 crew
that they were replacing leaking sprinkler heads and had to
drain the system, when doing so it released an oily, smelly
water that upon inspection had a strong odor comparable
to mercaptan. Many residents self evacuated before 1331
arrival and were notified of the situation. 1303 established
grand apartment command, 1332 staged at hydrant.
Smith, Mason, Coke
1331 responded code 3 than reduced to code 1 when we
turned onto Mosher to not disrupt neibors. On scene there
were several people gethered around. The bystanders
seemed all worked up and stated there was a major gas
leak. 1331 cautiosly investigated the area. There was a
slight smell of NG when we approched the area. Nothing
registared on our gas monitor. What I saw was a gas
meeter that had possibly been ran into causing a posssible
small. leak. 1331 contacted Avista. 1331 investigated the
house with our gas monitor. Nothing was noted exept right
next to the meter on the house. We stayed at the
residence for approximatly 45 minutes. There was one
more time I thought I could smell NG by the residence. Our
monitor was able to read a small amount if held next to the
meter. 1331 advised the risidence that we could shut the
gas off but it seemed unnessary at this time. 1331 advised
residence that a Avista representative would be showing
up today to check the area. 1331 advised residence that if
they smelled NG to leave the house and call 911. 1331
advised residence that we would be calling back tonight to
check to make sure Avista showed up. 1331 went avaialble.
Kormendi Sullivan and Coke on the call.

1134 WAS DISPATCHED TO A VEHICLE LEAKING GASOLINE
IN FRONT OF THE VILLAGE MART. UPON OUR ARRIVAL, WE
FOUND AN OLDER DODGE TRUCK THAT WAS LEAKING GAS
FROM THE FILL SPOUT. WE APPLIED ABSORBENT TO THE
GROUND AND REMOVED THE OVERFILLED GAS FROM THE
TANK. THE OWNER OF THE VEHICLE WAS NOT PRESENT.

1132 RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF DIESEL SPILLED ON THE
FREEWAY. ON INVESTIGATION THERE WAS A 10'X 10'
SHEEN THAT WAS ON THE ROAD. THERE WAS NO OTHER
APPARENT SPILLS. ODOT WAS NOTIFIED.

33 Responded to auto leaking gas in parking lot. Before
arrival its reported that auto has lft. On arrival small spill is
found that Mercy Medical staff is putting absorbent on.
1133 RESPONDED TO A REPORTED GASOLINE SPILL. AN
EMPLOYEE AT THE MELROSE STORE ESTIMATES THAT
ABOUT 1/2 GALLON OF GASOLINE SPILLED BACK WHEN
FILLING A VEHICLE. HE TOOK AT HOSE TO WASH THE FUEL
DOWN. THIS SPREAD IT OUT INTO THE STREET WITH A
SMALL AMOUNT GOING OUT INTO THE STORM DRAIN.
ABSORBANT WAS USED TO PICK UP WHAT WATER/FUEL
WAS IN THE STREET. AN ABSORBANT BOOM WAS PLACED
IN THE STORM DRAIN.

Reported smell of natural gas outside the Holiday Inn
Express. 1332 arrived and could not locate the smell.
Talked with attandent at 76 station he did not smell
anything. Checked gas meter on Travel Lodge. everything
was fine. There was a wind this evening.

WE RESPONDED TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS FOR A REPORTED
GAS LEAK. UPON ARRIVAL WE CONFIRMED THE LEAK WAS
MOSTLY STOPPED ON A 1/2'' RESIDENTIAL LINE. LINE WAS
PINCHED OFF BY THE HOME OWNER WITH VICE GRIPS. THE
HOME OWNER HAD SEVERED THE LINE WITH HIS SMALL
TRACTOR DOING SOME EXCAVATING ALONG THE HOUSE
AND THE AREA WAS MARKED FOR UTILITIES. WE TURNED
THE SCENE OVER TO AVISTA FOLLOWING THIER ARRIVAL.


WE RESPONDED TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS AT THE PURPLE
PARROT FOR A REPORT OF GAS IN THE BUILDING.
REPORTING PARTY STATES THAT IT HAS BEEN GOING ON
FOR WEEKS NOW AND SHE THOUGHT SHE HAS A
HEADACHE FROM IT TODAY. STATES SOME CUSTOMERS
MENTIONED THE SMELL TODAY ALSO. UPON ARRIVAL WE
FOUND NO SMELL OF NATURAL GAS AND THE FOUR GAS
MONITOR DID NOT PICK UP ANY CO. PR. HAD ALSO
SPRAYED A LARGE AMOUNT OF AIR FRESHINER IN THE AIR.
NO GAS APPLIANCES TO THAT SECTION OF THE BUILDING
WERE FOUND, BUT IT DID HAVE A GAS FURNACE SYSTEM.
ADVISED THEM TO HAVE A SERVICE COMPANY COME LOOK
AT THE FURNACE. WE STATED WE WOULD RETURN IN A
FEW HOURS TO CHECK ON IT AGAIN.
1332, responded to the above address for a gas leak from a
vehicle. Upon arrival 1332 found an unattended vehicle
leaking gas from the gas tank. Vehicle was 90's Jeep
Cherokee VIN# 1J4GZ78Y3VC555600, OR LIC# 282 DKA.
1332 used absorbant and contained the gas leak. Less then
44 oz of gas was spilled. 1332 could not locate driver.
Health Department was made aware of the problem. 1332
no other action 1332 available. Thingvall Rinnert.


Responded to report of smell of gas from vacant house,
Arrived to find very faint smell of capsum near gas meter, 4
gas meter reading 1% of lEL, soap solution showing slight
leak at discharge side of gas meter at union with house
piping, we contacted property manager from scene and
awaited her arrival for key access to structure, we entered
structure and checked for gas found none in structure, We
then turned of the supply to gas meter and advised
property manager a Mrs Rachelle Carter of same Rachelle's
phone # 541-817-5282 and address 359 LaurelWood Rsbg.
OR, Property owner Pat Markham 541-673-1976. 1332
retuned to service, Note 1103 responded to this scene.


Responded to a possible gas leak in the building. Upon
arrival nothing was found. The Maintenance contractor
believes that the boiler missed fire. He believes that the air
handling unit is outside the maintenance area and possibly
sucked in the gas fumes and it went through out the
building. The smell had cleared prior to our arrival. AVISTA
was notified prior to our arrival as well.

Responded to a report of the smell of natural gas in the
area. Upon arrival we checked the area and meters and
called for Avista. We narrowed the search down to 708's
natural gas meter. Avista got on scene and determined
that the leak was coming from there. Scene turned over to
Avista.
Level 1 MVC. Fuel tanker Semi Truck rollover. CRF&R
request class B foam. 4382 sent with Approx. 70 Gallons.

Dispatched to a spill R91 no response. E92 arrived with a
car that ran into RR bridge. Car owner requested MCSO but
no available SO unit so fore was dispatched. Car needed a
tow no injuries and no fluids released. Fire call for tow and
cleared after tow arrived.
Units were dispatched to the above location for a leaking
valve inside the plant. It was reported the leak was
contained inside the building and the valve was shut off.
Apparently there was a second valve that needed to be
closed to prevent air from getting into the line. After
meeting with plant officials the decision was made to make
a Level A entry into the building to shut off the other valve.
Besides the units on the initial tap out, L4 and E8 to
respond in order to have 6 Haz Mat Techs at the call. C4
Godfrey responded from home and was assigned Haz Mat
Branch when he arrived. BC 4 Jolma was called out to assist
in getting units back in service. Initial actions included
isolating the area and ensuring the building was evacuated.
The hot zone was established, which was the area inside
the building. The following assignments were made with
the remaining crews: Command: BC 2 Decon: E10, with E8
crew. Additionally E10 layed in a supply line to E6. E6 had
(2) 1 3/4 inch lines pulled in the event they were needed.
PPV/Air monitoring from the exterior: L2. Medical: RMA
Medic 3. HM 13: Entry team entered the structure in Level
A entry attire and monitored air. They closed a chain valve
and read a gauge in an office for the plant manager. All air
Ammonia leak at Deluxe Ice Cream, and they turned off the
valves, just needed Level A entry for ventilation and chain
valve closure.
This incident was at North Salem High School. It was a 500
lb. tank that was dropped from a forklift. The service valve
was broken off when it fell. The tank continued to leak
well into the incident until we were able to plug it. The
entire school was evacuated, including an on campus day
care. Buildings surrounding the area were ventilated due
to high PPM readings throughout.

White powder discovered in letter opened by Oregon
Department of Revenue staff member. Only one employee
was deemed exposed who was isolated from the rest of
the employees. HVAC unit was shut down by State workers
and non-exposed employees were evacuated. Product was
sampled and analyzed on SensIR which gave primary
results of seed oils including as castor, cottonseed, soy
bean, or linseed oil or biodiesel. No radiation above
normal background levels was noted in sample. Law
enforcement representatives on-scene did not request a
sample of the product and incident was turned over to
them for further investigation.
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District : 806-2-423
District : 806-2-432
District : 806-2-420
District : 911-2-436
District : 806-2-420
District : 806-2-421
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District : 806-1-404
HM13 responded to Stayton on a diesel leak from a semi
truck hauling hay. Stayton fire had already helped the
driver plug the leak and spread abosorbant. HM13 stood
by while the mechanic replaced the valve that was broke
on the tank. Stayton fire cleaned up the absorbant
material and we all cleared.

RP reports smell of rotten eggs in a structure (poss natural
gas). Arrived to find all occupants have been evacuated
from occupancy. Investigated to determine if any
hazardous atmosphere. Found that poss. one of the HVAC
units on the occupancies roof might be malfunctioning
causing problem. Shut down HVAC and advised manager to
contact proper repair company to have the unit looked at.
Opened doors and windows to naturally ventilate prior to
allowing occupants to re-enter structure.

SMELL OF GAS IN A RESIDENCE, UNABLE TO ESTABLISH
SOURCE, CONTACTED NWNG FOR ASSISTANCE, THEY WERE
ALSO UNABLE TO ESTABLISH A SOURCE AND DETERMINED
THE RESIDENCE IS OK TO OCCUPY. NOTIFIED RVAL STAFF
AND ADVISED TO ALLOW THE RESIDENTS BACK IN THE
APARTMENT AND TO CALL AGAIN IF ANY FURTHER ISSUES.


Level 3 Hazmat, gasonline spill.

Travis Dean Feakin ODL#1317467 EXP:10.27.2015
Fire Service Request. Home owner returned home to find
that stove top gas range was left on for several hours.
Natural ventilation used to air out residence.
SMELLY NATURAL GAS SPELL. DISPATCHED AFTER REPAIR
OF HEATERS @ CITY PUMP STATION. NOTIFIED PACIFIC
POWER
VEHICLE LEAKING GASOLINE. CLOSED BROADWAY,
WAITING FOR AND ASSISTING TOW TRUCK
BLOOD SPILL IN FRONT OF THE FOOD BANK @ ROOSEVELT
AVE. WASH DOWN.
FUEL SPILL. CAR TOWED BY AAA.
NATURAL GAS LEAK. NW NATURAL ON SCENE. REFERRED
TO PROPER AUTHORITY.
GAS LEAK ON APPLIANCE. SHUT OFF GAS, AND CALLED NW.
NATURAL GAS.
OIL LEAK IN TRENDWEST PARKING GARAGE. NOTIFIED
STAFF, THEY WILL CLEAN IT UP.
GAS SMELL. NW NATURAL GAS CONTACTED. 3102 STAYED
ON SCENE 1 HOUR WAITING FOR THEM TO ARRIVE.

GAS ODOR. CONFIRMED LEAK TO BUILDING. EVACUATED
AREA, CALLED IN NW. NATURAL GAS.
Fuel spill from a logging truck traveling south on Redwood
Hwy started the tank leak at Fore Hay area and traveled to
the Rays market in Selma. Most of the spill was kept to the
highway road edge and did not pose much risk to vehicle
traffic. The fuel was pooling in the dirt area of the parking
lot of the market and was absorbed with kitty liter.

Engine 91 dispatched to intersection of Viola Street and
Yamhill Street for report of strong odor of gas in the area.
Engine 91 went in route with a crew of 4, code 3 to the
scene. On arrival in the area, nothing showing or obvious
gas leaks noted. Lt. Cooley established command and
contacted RP. Source of odor of gas believed to be from
lumber treatment plant due West aprox 1 mile away.
Engine 91 cleared scene and terminated command.
C90 dispatched to Wiley Rd. on multiple complaints of an
oily substance found on Deer Cr. Upon arrival on Wiley Rd.
an oily sheen was identified and an odor was detected.
Contact with one of the complaint callers states she was
able to smell the odor and when she investigated she
found the substance in the creek. She also states she
checked the creek at Smithville and found the same oily
substance, but did not see any at Beaver Creek Rd. Upon
further investigation a resident in the area of 16525
Gopher Valley Rd. states he saw a log truck that was pulled
out of the ditch about 2 hours prior to C90's arrival in the
area. An accident site was located on the creek just north
of 16525 SW Gopher Valley Rd. There were several broken
tree limbs along side of the creek. There was also a trail of
oil/fuel that traveled south down the road, but has some
absorbent spread on it in some areas. The small bridge
located on Gopher Valley near the south end of the Grauer
Rd. loop crosses Deer Creek and no oily substance or sheen
was seen at that location, so several floating absorbent
booms were placed at that location by R9. The absorbent
booms were furnished by West Valley Fire District.YCOM
and DEQ were both notified of all findings and actions.
E33 arrived to a ruptured gas line leaking straight up into
the air. A construction worker was using a back how when
he came in contact with the gas line. NW natural was on
scene and determined no danger in the surrounding area.
E33 was released by NW Natural crew.

E33 arrived to a large oil spill on pacific Hwy. Tigard PD on
scene. The spill was in the outside lane south bound from
the intersection of Roy Rogers and Pacific hwy extending
200''. E33 spread absorbant material on spill.

E33 responded C-1 to a reported spill or check of fluids
from a MVC. Requested by Sherwood PD on scene. Upon
our arrival we used absorbant on multiple fluids from a car
wreck and made sure all vehicles were secure.

E33 responded C-1 to a reported diesel spill. Upon our
arrival we found a small area of diesel in the center lane.
E33 spread absorbant over the involved area.
E33 received call on station business line from Ray
Steinpreis (503-680-9496), Night Manager at Allied Systems
of Sherwood. He describes a strong sulfur type smell that
has been intermittent since 7pm coming from the direction
of Cascade Columbia/Northstar Chemical plant, a
neighboring business. He said the smell has been strong
enough at times that a couple of his co-workers had
developed mild headaches, however he states they do not
need any medical attention or evaluation. After getting off
the phone with him I called Firecomm to have them put us
on the call and assign a run number. I make contact with
Ray and he directs me to the area they have been smelling
it, which is behind building #1 of their property. I confirm a
strong sulfur smell coming from the area of the above
named business. E33 drives over to find the gate locked so
the Responsible Party is contacted and is enroute with a 30
minute ETA. C6 is also enroute at this point and contact is
made with the hazmat team to give them a heads up on
what we are out on. I make contact with C6 and we speak
with Allied Systems and inform him that an RP is enroute
and ask about the few people who were complaining of
headaches or people who are still working in the general
E33 responded code 1 to a fuel tank leak in the parking lot
of Sherwood High School. On arrival we found a small fuel
tank leak in a pickup truck. The leak is very smal with slow
drips. We were unable to isolate the exact location of the
leak.
Engine 33 dispatched on a possible gasoline spill. We
arrived at the gas station to find the RP's vehicle still
parked in the position that it was while being filled. The
owner and and gas station attendant report that there was
about 5 gallons of gas spilled during the fueling procedure.
By the time we arrived the gas had evaporated to the point
where there was nothing for us to contain. It appeared that
the gas tank was leaking from the top of the tank and was
no longer leaking. We told the owner to not start the
vehicle until the leak has been resolved by a mechanic.
While we were there the tow company arrived and loaded
the vehicle without incident. We cleared the scene without
attempting any cleanup procedures.
E33 respond to a resident who states that he was bending
over next to his gas meter outside his house when he
states he briefly smelled natural gas. He states he has
already called NW Natural and that he hasn't smelled any
gas since. The resident shut down his own pilot lights prior
to our arrival. There ws no obvious smell of gas and our
gas monitor did not pick anything up so E33 cleared.

Report of a oder at the cultural center on Goverment hill.
No significant PPM but turned of mail supply to gas range
and advised staff to have service tech out before turning
back on.
INVESTIGATE POSSIBLE HAZ-MAT SPILL FROM 2 CAR MVA.
SECURED SCENE, TRAFFIC CONTROL, DEBRIS CLEAN-UP,
MED EVAL OF 2 PTS WITH REFUSALS. TURNED SCENE OVER
TO OSP TROOPER DOUG BROWN. J. SHIFFER

GAS LEAKING FROM CANS OUT OF BED FROM TRUCK UTL.
M. DAHLBERG
M. DAHLBERG
CONTRACTOR WAS SAW CUTTING ASPHALT AND CUT
THREW A GAS LINE. G. JENSEN
SMALL GASOLINE SPILL 5-7 GALLONS. R404 DIKED &
CONTAINED. 2006 SATURN ION 663 CML. J. SHIFFER
NAT. GAS LEAK OPEN WINDOWS & DOORS FOR
VENTILATION. N.W. NATURAL SERVICE TECH FOUND NO
RESIDUAL GAS. OWNER SHUT OFF STOVE LEAK. F.
BRIDGEHOUSE
RESPONDED TO THE SMELL OF GAS IN AREA. UPON FD
ARRIVAL THE SMELL OF GAS WAS PRESENT. NO INITIAL
READING ON GAS MONITOR NWNG ARRIVED AND
INVESTIGATED FOUND A LEAKING METER NEXT TO 209
MAIN ST. AT THAT POINT HAD A READING OF 3% TURNED
SCENE OVER TO NORTHWEST NATURAL GAS (NWNG). R.
HEUCHERT
O.E.R.S.#2011-1680 (DMV) WDV-043 VIN
1FTYR14C5WPA37211 ALLSTATE 90771963406/22 ODL
4251648 98 FORD RANGER F. BRIDGEHOUSE
FD RECEIVED A FROM 911 DISPATCH ADVISING THAT THEY
WERE SENDING DCSO TO INVESTIGATE A POSSIBLE
ANTIFREEZE SPILL ON A FOREST SERVICE ROAD. FD
INFORMED THEM THAT A DUTY OFFICER WOULD RESPOND
TO INVESTIGATE. DURING FD RESPONSE, REQUESTED
THAT A USFS LEO BE DISPATCHED TO THE INCIDENT.

FD RESPONDED AND MET THE RP, WHO LED FD TO
INCIDENT SITE. UPON ARRIVAL, FOUND TWO PUDDLES OF
WHAT APPEARED TO BE ANTIFREEZE ON THE DIRT ROAD,
WITH A 55 GALLON DRUM NEARBY THAT HAD BEEN
TURNED BACK UPRIGHT BY THE RP. IT'S ESTIMATED THAT
THERE IS 30-40 GALLONS OF ANTIFREEZE SPILLED. THERE
IS A SMALL CREEK APPROXIMATELY 30' AWAY FROM THE
SPILL. AFTER FINDING THE INCIDENT, FD LOCATED BEST
ACCESS AND CONTACTED USFS FOR PERMISSION TO APPLY
CHEMICAL ABSORBENT TO THE SPILL, AND CONSENT WAS
RECEIVED. KITTY LITTER ABSORBENT WAS DUMPED INTO
THE PUDDLES, HOWEVER THERE WAS NOT SUFFICIENT
QUANTITY TO ABSORB ALL OF THE SPILL.

FD DIRECTED THE USFS LEO TO THE SCENE, AND PROVIDED
INFORMATION REGARDING THE RP AND A SUSPICIOUS
VEHICLE THAT HAD BEEN IN THE AREA. FOLLOWING THIS,
FD RESPONSE WAS CANCELLED. USFS LEO CASE# IS
IR9634255.


Pick up truck with spare tank had a small diesel fuel leak


EL6 RESPONDED WITH E5 AND C3 ON GAS LEAK. EL6
PROVIDED NORHTERN PROTECTION ON BELTLINE AT
GATEWAY.
Standby for Natural Gas Leak caused by construction
09/19/2011 07:04:37 User: MMETZGER\x0D\x0AEL14
responded and staged at 1st and Centenial St. EL14 was
released at \x0D\x0A\x0D\x0AE4 arrive to find no obvious
odor of natural gas on buildings exterior, e4 initated
commamd and went into investigation made. E4 crew
noted a slight natural gas odor located in the kitchen and
r.p was found. E4 donned s.c.b.a. and use gas meter to
detect, a slight reading was found in the kitchen. Two pilot
lights on a six burner natural gas stove were noted to be lit.
the other 4 were not. all other natural gas appliances were
located in the building and deemend not to be the
problem. Eugene haz-mat team on E9 also got a reading
near the stove with the haz-mat gas meter of 4. TO3 shut
off gas to the building. n.w. natural gas aririved, was aware
of and took over the scene.


Arrived at the Hole in the Wall restaurant and detected the
odor of natural gas in the area of the C/D corner, outside of
the building. The gas meter showed no detectable LEL.
Soapy water was applied to the gas meter that was in the
same area but showed to evidence of a leak. An RP and NW
Natural gas were called for. The gas representative arrived
as well as the RP. The inside of the business was clear of
gas. The scene was left to the gas co. to further investigate
the source.

reported odor of gas. upon arrival blocked access used air
monitor faint lel reading faint smell of mercaptan. contact
RP and NWN. No explosive hazard found NWN turned off
service. Left NWN with RP gary to dertermine cause of
odor.
leaky small propane bottle. No action taken
Vehicle leaking gas. Tow company will not tow until we
okay. As long as engine is off, car does not leak. Total
leaked estimated to be about 5 gallons over possibly a 5
mile route.
E5 responded to the Gateway post office for a possible fuel
leak from a car involved earlier in a car fire that was
extinguished by L6. On arrival a tow truck driver had the
involved car half loaded with the front of the car lower and
the back raised. This caused a fuel leak from under the
vehicle. The driver was asked to finish loading the vehicle
and he said it would get fuel on his truck. I told him to get
the car flat and thus stopping the leak. He finished loading
the vehicle on his deck and the leak stopped. On arrival we
dammed the storm drain and called for public works. I
spoke with post office personnel and requested their spill
kits, after about 20 minuted they provided an additional
two bags of absorbent and damming material. These were
put in place, on arrival of public works we had a face to
face and left the scene to them.




43 YO Female C/C decreased LOC. Pt is an insulin
dependant diabetic. Pt took her normal doses of insulin
and nutrition this PM. Pt husband noticed she was sweaty
and lethargic and checked her CBG. At the time of call she
was 23 and the pt was given fruit juice. Upon arrival the Pts
CBG was 56. Pt given 25 grams of dextrose and water
orally and given more fruit juice to drink. Teh pt LOC
improved and Pts LOC improved. Pt refused further service
and transport. Pts husband to monitor the Pts CBG and fix
the Pt a more substantial meal. Not Pt. Medic #3
disregarded at scene. E-PCR on file.

Private citizen broke natural gas line to their home, causing
a leak. Isolated area and waited for NW Natural Gas.
Dispatched to fuel spill at Pilot Travel Center in Stanfield.
While enroute and after further information from
dispatched toned for haz mat team. On arrival find semi
truck saddle tank leaking at 20-30 gallons an hour from
MVC when another truck backed into stationary truck.
Engine company began containment efforts with absorbent
booms, pads, and kitty litter while placing bucket and
visqueen containment pool beneath tank. Team off-loaded
balance of product into over packs and turned over to
clean up company. Driver for Priority Transportation who
backed in to other truck stated incident occurred at 6:10
AM but no one activated 911 until almost 0700. Tear is in
drivers side saddle tank at the mid line. approximate. 150
gallons has leaked out prior to our arrival. Spill is contained
to asphalt parking lot with no sewers or drains involved.
Contacted OERS and spoke with DEQ several times
regarding incident. Spoke with Dan from clean up company
regarding our exit.




Dispatched to fuel spill at Pilot Travel Center in Stanfield.
While enroute and after further information from
dispatched toned for haz mat team. On arrival find semi
truck saddle tank leaking at 20-30 gallons an hour from
MVC when another truck backed into stationary truck.
Engine company began containment efforts with absorbent
booms, pads, and kitty litter while placing bucket and
visqueen containment pool beneath tank. Team off-loaded
balance of product into over packs and turned over to
clean up company. Driver for Priority Transportation who
backed in to other truck stated incident occurred at 6:10
AM but no one activated 911 until almost 0700. Tear is in
drivers side saddle tank at the mid line. approximate. 150
gallons has leaked out prior to our arrival. Spill is contained
to asphalt parking lot with no sewers or drains involved.
Contacted OERS and spoke with DEQ several times
regarding incident. Spoke with Dan from clean up company
regarding our exit.




The incident occurred at the Pilot Travel Center in
Stanfield. A Priority Transportation truck driven by Bill
Davis backed into another truck and punctured the diesel
fuel tank. The Hermiston Haz-Mat team was called to
contain and confine the leak.
Dispatched to the report of a fuel tank on a truck leaking
fuel. Arrived to find driver under truck plugging hole to stop
fuel leak. Plugged leak and contacted Salem Fire Hazmat
team to respond to scene. Owner of truck was able to
contact a mechanic to respond and repair truck. Hazmat 13
arrived but did not do any intervention. R-80 and E-80
crews placed absorbent on the road and around truck to
absorb fuel that was spilled. No further action taken.




Irrigation company installing sprinkler system hit a natural
gas line in the front yard running to the meter.

The leak was very small and was turned over to CNG upon
their arrival. No action taken.

RP reported ng leak at the meter. Nothing noted on
arrival. Instructed dispatch to call CNG to send a tech. to
check meter.
Called by the occupant of number four Broken Top LN for a
report of a natural gas leak.

We were met on scene by the RP and taken to number 6
Broken Top LN where the RP reported that a vent from
under the house was active and she could smell the odor of
natural gas. Upon our arrival the vent was no longer
venting. The house was unoccupied and upon investigation
we were able to contact a local house representative who
came over and opened the house for inspection. No
problems found. The vent in question was for the gas
furnace under the house. We turned on the heating system
and everything appeared to operating normally. House left
in the care of the representative.
1631 RESPONDED TO A VEHICLE LEAKING GASOLINE FROM
ITS GAS TANK. THE VEHICLE WAS TRAVELING ON I-5 WHEN
IT APPARENTLY RAN OVER SOMETHING THAT PUNCTURE
ITS TANK. THE VEHICLE DROVE UP TO THE 121 PONDEROSA
WHERE IT STOPPED. WHEN 1631 ARRIVED A NEARBY GAS
attendant HAD ALREADY PUT DOWN SOME KIDDIE LITTER
absorbent. 1631 CREW PUT DOWN MORE absorbent TO
SOAK UP GAS IN THE STREET AND PLACED A BAG OF
absorbent UNDER THE GAS TANK. SOME OF THE GASOLINE
POSSIBLY RAN INTO THE STORM. DOUGLAS COUNTY
COMMUNICATION WAS ASKED TO NOTIFY PUBLIC WORKS
AND OERS.

1631 RESPONDED TO 121 NE SECOND FOR A REPORTED
NATURAL GAS LEAK. UPON ARRIVAL CREWS FOUND THE
HOMEOWNER AND NEIGHBOR STANDING OUTSIDE THE
RESIDENCE. AFTER FURTHER INVESTIGATION IT WAS
FOUND THAT THERE WAS A CONFIRMED GAS LEAK
COMING FROM THE AREA OF THE GAS METER. CREWS
ESTABLISHED A PROTECTED AREA IN FRONT OF THE HOUSE
AND CALLED FOR GAS COMPANY. 1631 PULLED A 1 3/4 IN
PRECONNECTED LINE AND TWO CREW MEMBERS WITH
SCBA'S APPROACHED AND SHUT OFF THE METER. A AIR
SAMPLING WAS TAKEN THAT CONFIRMED THAT THE
RELEASE OF GAS HAD BEEN STOPPED. AFTER AVISTA
ARRIVED ON SCENE AND THE SITUATION WAS
COMMUNICATED TO AVISTA 1631 GATHERED NECASSARY
INFORMATION FROM THE HOMEOWNER AND WENT
available/RETURNING.


1631 RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF NATURAL GAS SMELL
IN A HOUSE. DURING INVESTIGATION IT WAS
DETERMINED THAT THE GAS HEATER WAS NOT OPERATING
PROPERLY. THERE WAS A GAS SMELL IN THE HOUSE ON
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WALL FROM WHERE THE HEATER
WAS. THE RESIDENCE WAS ADVISED TO NOT USE THE
HEATER AND HAVE A FURNACE REPAIR PERSON COME
REPAIR THE FURNACE.

1631 RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF A GAS LEAK OUTSIDE A
RESIDENCE. ARRIVED TO FIND THAT A RESIDENTIAL
NATURAL GAS LINE HAD BEEN SEVERED WHILE
EXCAVATING FOR A DRAIN LINE BY HAND. 1631
PERSONNEL REMOVED IGNITION SOURCES AND
PROTECTED THE AREA UNTIL AVISTA ARRIVED. ONCE
HAZARD WAS CONTAINED, 1631 RETURNED.
8301 responded to a natural gas line that was ruptured by
a construction crew. Avista was already on scene when
8301 arrived. 8301 assisted with the evacuation of houses
around the area and provided a protection line as crews
worked to cap the leak.
Thirteen one-gallon milk jugs in ditch with what appeared
to be motor oil spilled and spread <150' in ditch. 8352
initiated OERS, incident #2011-1015. 8301 dammed ditch
above water, added catchment basin, and added dirt berm
downstream of standing water.

On 08-10-11 HM 5A was dispatched to the area near 32300
Tangent Drive to assist the Tangent Rural Fire Protection
District with possible Hazmat leak from a 55 gallon drum
that appears to have been dumped. Tangent RFPD A702
Cary Vonasek incident command contacted with Initial
report given of a 55 gallon drum up right, no markings,
black in color and very rusted. The drum is on the east side
of the community well pump house and 25 feet from a
pond. The drum was Initially reported to have been on the
premises for only 1 week. No product appeared to be
leaking, the drum was at least 1/2 full, an epoxy patch the
size of a soft ball was in placed at the base of the drum.
Approach direction from HWY 99 on Tangent Dr. stage on
west side of Meadow Wood St. HM5 arrived and received
report from Command A702 with scene lighting in place
and emergency decon deployed. HM5 performed on site
recon in Level D with SCBA wearing chemical resistant
gloves and had no abnormal reading with PID monitor, 4
gas detector or ludlum radiation detector. HM5
approached drum and determined is had no markings, was
not leaking and no ground contamination present. The
drum appeared to contain a solid and was sealed except for
HM 5A was dispatched to the area near 32300 Tangent
Drive to assist the Tangent Rural Fire Protection District
with possible Hazmat leak from a 55 gallon drum that
appears to have been dumped. Tangent RFPD A702 Cary
Vonasek incident command contacted with Initial report
given of a 55 gallon drum up right, no markings, black in
color and very rusted. The drum is on the east side of the
community well pump house and 25 feet from a pond. The
drum was Initially reported to have been on the premises
for only 1 week. No product appeared to be leaking, the
drum was at least 1/2 full, an epoxy patch the size of a soft
ball was in placed at the base of the drum. Approach
direction from HWY 99 on Tangent Dr. stage on west side
of Meadow Wood St. HM5 arrived and received report
from Command A702 with scene lighting in place and
emergency decon deployed. HM5 performed on site recon
in Level D with SCBA wearing chemical resistant gloves and
had no abnormal reading with PID monitor, 4 gas detector
or ludlum radiation detector. HM5 approached drum and
determined is had no markings, was not leaking and no
ground contamination present. The drum appeared to
contain a solid and was sealed except for 2- 3mm holes
near lid. Air sampling on the inside of the drum from the
Semi-truck leaking fuel from road debris. Contained
material and handed over to ODOT.
Responded to report of a cut gas line. Arrived to find a gas
line in the yard had been cut by a ditch witch operated by
Gabriel Gonzales of FLI landscape. Blocked off streets and
awaited arrival of North West Natural Gas. NW Natural
(Yogi Rattay) checked the area and and released us from
the scene.
DISPATCHED TO A GAS ODOR. EMPLOYEES STATE THAT
FOR THE LAST 4 DAYS EMPLOYEES HAVE SMELLED AN
INTERMITTENT SMELL OF ''ROTTEN EGGS''. FEMALE
EMPLOYEE STATES THAT TONIGHT SHE SMELLED THE
''ROTTEN EGG'' SMELL AGAIN, TO THE POINT THAT IT GAVE
HER A HEADACHE. STATES THAT WHEN A MALE EMPLOYEE
RETURNED FROM WORKING IN THE FREEZER, HE BEGAN
TO COMPLAIN OF A ''ROTTEN EGG'' SMELL AS WELL -
BEFORE SHE HAD MENTIONED ANYTHING ABOUT IT TO
HIM. HE ALSO BEGAN EXPERIENCING A HEADACHE.
EMPLOYEES STATE THAT TO THE BEST OF THEIR
KNOWLEDGE NO ONE HAS COME INTO SERVICE THE GAS
APPLIANCES OR INSPECT THE GAS SYSTEM. ARRIVED TO
FIND SINGLE STORY, WOOD FRAME, COMMERCIAL
STRUCTURE WITH NOTHING SHOWING. EMPLOYEES ARE
STILL INSIDE THE BUILDING CONDUCTING BUSINESS
OPERATIONS. THE GAS METER IS NOT FREE FLOWING - THE
DIALS ARE NOT SPINNING RAPIDLY. THERE ARE FLANGES
OVER THE NUMBER DIALS THAT HAVE COME OUT OF
PLACE AND ARE PARTIALLY COVERING THE NUMBERS. THIS
NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT BY NW NATURAL GAS. INSIDE
THE STRUCTURE THERE IS NO ''ROTTEN EGG'' SMELL. MSA
DETECTOR FINDS NOTHING. USED WINDEX SOLUTION TO
SPRAY AROUND THE GAS CONNECTIONS OF THE DEEP
FRYER, THE STOVE, AND THE CONTINUOUS FLOW WATER
Responded to a gas leak. On our arrival we found the
contractor standing at his truck above where the back hoe
hit a gas line that was not marked by the locate. The pipe
was only about 8 to 10 inches below the ground. The
operator of the back hoe moved back from the brake
before our arrival. The pipe was hit at a tee in the pipe.
The break was in an alley and the gas was moving straight
up due to very light breeze.We stagde an Engine at 17th
and Garrison and one engine with a medic at 16th and
Pentland. There was no fire and no damage to any
property other than the gas pipe. The gas company arrived
at 1639 hours. Gas company cleared the last fire unit at
1817 hours.We setup the command post above the leak at
the contractors pickup. We were just below Scenic Drive at
the curve.
Dispatched to a car leaking gas at Muirhead Canning
Company at 5267 Mill Creek Rd. Upon arrival we find a
Dodge Caravan sitting in parking lot with owner standing
next to it. Owner states the leak has stopped before we
arrived. On the asphalt under the gas tank is a circle of
dried up fuel ~12'' in diameter, no present leak noted.
Owner advised to have vehicle towed to a mechanic to get
problem fixed before using vehicle again. Owner states a
tow has already been called. E4 returned to quarters in
service.

Called to check on a vehicle potentially leaking Gasoline.
Upon arrival, we found a VW Bus with an old dried out area
where gas had leaked from the engine area. We looked
underneath and could not see any further leaking. The
owner of the vehicle was trying to have it towed of the
property and was told to have it inspected prior to a tow
truck picking it up. We then cleared for quarters.

Called to a leaking propane cylinder off the side of Hwy
217. The RP stated the he was transporting a 5 gallon
cylinder of propane when it started leaking. He threw it off
the side of the road, called 911 and then left the scene.
We arrived to find a tiny leak occurring from the valve of
the tank. The tank was in very good condition and looked
nearly new. We could smell a faint odor of propane near
the tank. ODOT responded and we placed the tank in the
back of their P/U truck to be transported a few blocks away
to a commercial propane yard for disposal or repair.




A petroleum product spill at intersection. Unknown spiller.
Absorbent applied, scene released to TPD with tigard public
works enroute.
T51 called for a vehicle that had leaked all of its oil over an
approx 50 yard stretch of HWY 217. PD on scene and
ODOT also responding for spill control. T51 made contact
with PD and informed them that ODOT would need to
handle spill due to us not carrying sufficient material to
deal with spill of this size.
Called to investigate odor of Natural Gas smelled by a
passerby, at the intersection of Pacific Hwy & McDonald St.
We made contact with 76 gas station employees who
stated they haven't noticed any unusual odors. They did
state they have been filling up propane tanks for people all
day long. They emphasized they have been doing it more
than usual. Upon investigation nothing was found.

HR51dispatched to a spill. HR51 arrived to find a small oil
spill from an older truck that was parked in parking lot to
be worked on by the shop. We used absorbant to catch
the leak and contain it and the owner of the gas station
was going to get more and clean it up. HR51 cleared.

HR51 responded to a report of high natural gas levels in a
home. HR51 arrived to a single family home where the
owner stated that the guests to the home mistakenly left a
gas burner on (with no ignition) in the home and had left it
for several hours. The homeowner stated that she
accessed the home and started opening up the windows
and doors to get some ventilation and then called 911 out
of concern. HR51 measured the air at locations
downstairs, upstairs, in two attic spaces and found no
changes on the air monitoring instrument. The detector
was an advanced PID 4 gas meter and showed no explosive
level or contaminant to be present. HR51 turned off the
homeowners furnace and suggested that the owner stay
out of the home while the odorant (mercaptan) had
dissipated. HR51 cleared and returned to quarters.


HR 51 called on a fuel spill as a result of an MVC. HR 51
arrived to find one or two cars involved in a rear end
collision leaking anti-freeze. HR 51 spread absorbant litter
and double checked for injuries. All parties said they were
fine. ODOT arrived an was informed of the situation. HR
51 returned to quarters.
Dispatched a natural gas leak. A tree service felled a tree
onto a lot that had recently had a home removed.
Apparently the gas service was ''capped off'' and left
unmarked on the ground. The tree fell onto this service
and ruptured the line. We arrived to find a tree on the
service with no pipe visible, but could hear the gas leaking
and see it blowing the branches of the fallen tree. There
was intermittent odor around the area, but we never got
any ''LEL'' reading and we got a close as 15' from the leak.
We also monitored outside and inside the nearby
residence and found no hazard. the home was about 125'
away from the incident. We blocked off the access
driveway to the one residence on this road, and notified
them to not attempt to drive until the problem was fixed.
When the gas company arrived we consulted with them
and they were comfortable with the safety of the scene
and cleared us.


T 51 responded code 3 to a report of natural gas leak at
residence. Upon arrival T 51 was met by contractor who
states that they accidentally grabbed a natural gas line with
an excavator causing a gas meter to separate from side of
residence. Contractor states that they immediately
contacted 911 and evacuated the scene. T 51 arrived and
recon the area and was able to turn off meter prior to leak.
NW natural arrived on scene and tested for gas leak or
future hazards. NW determined no trace of gas in
residence and t51 cleared.
HR51 called to a spill. The caller described the situation as
the river behind his house had turned green. He added
that it looked like someone had dumped antifreeze into the
river. HR51 arrived to find two individuals on roadway
flagging HR51 down. HR51 met with individuals and they
led them down a trail to the river side. The river was
fluorescent green. This looked like Sea Marker Dye that is
used in ocean survival kits. HR51 followed up stream to a
point that they could not follow due to a small culvert. The
substance did dissipate with time. HR51 called the Hazmat
team for a consultation. They agreed that it sounded like
Sea Marker Dye but they would follow up with water
district. HR51 cleared as we waited for informatio