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I was listening in to the FDNY Manhattan Fire Dispatch Radio Frequency and a rescue company along with a battalion was called to a "Person underneath train" 10-91 was called which is a medical emergency. Can anyone confirm this?

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I was listening in to the FDNY Manhattan Fire Dispatch Radio Frequency and a rescue company along with a battalion was called to a "Person underneath train" 10-91 was called which is a medical emergency. Can anyone confirm this?

 

who spends the day listening to a dispatch radio? get a job or a life

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What the hell are you talking about?

 

Read 12-9 Is not A Police/MtA/ anything term my family Is full Of Police From NYPD To Goverment To MTA I read the Police Book Of terms that all Police jet kept at tutor jobs codes do not state 12-9 anywhere so it Is a Made up term.

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Read 12-9 Is not A Police/MtA/ anything term my family Is full Of Police From NYPD To Goverment To MTA I read the Police Book Of terms that all Police jet kept at tutor jobs codes do not state 12-9 anywhere so it Is a Made up term.

 

This response reminds me of someone murmuring words!

 

What EXACTLY are YOU trying to SAY?!

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Im trying to say why do you guys use 12-9.

 

12-9 is a term used by NYCT. It has nothing to do with the FDNY or NYPD and their codes.

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I read the definition it means " TRAIN ACCIDENT" not man on tracks.

 

I'm guessing you read the definition in a FD or PD publication. Their terminology is NOT used by transit. The title of the thread refers to an incident in the subway system. It's quite possible that the LIRR or MNRR have different terms for a similar passenger/train incident but the FD or NYPD would still use their respective codes to describe the same incident.

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N.Y.C.T.A.

RADIO CODE SIGNAL SYSTEM

R.T. TRAINS. DEPT.

12 - 1 EMERGENCY - CLEAR THE AIR

12 - 2 FIRE OR SMOKE (ON TRAIN - ROADBED)

12 - 3 FLOOD OR SERIOUS WATER CONDITION

12 - 5 STALLED TRAIN (POWER - TRAIN)

12 - 6 DERAILMENT

12 - 7 REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE (POLICE - AMBULANCE)

12 - 8 ARMED PASSENGER (TRAIN - ROADBED)

12 - 9 PASSENGER UNDER TRAIN

12 - 10 UNAUTHORIZED PERSONEL ON TRACK - CATWALK

12 - 11 SERIOUS VANDALISM

12 - 12 DISORDERLY PASSENGERS

 

SAMPLE PROCEDURE: "COMMAND CENTER 12-1"

(PAUSE) "COMMAND CENTER THIS IS PELHAM 4:26 AT

125TH STREET REPORTING A 12 - 2 ON TRAIN ETC."

 

http://www.nycsubway.org/faq/radiocode.html

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who spends the day listening to a dispatch radio? get a job or a life

 

Uh-oh, life evaluations have been given out late this month!

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Its called being in a studyhall and being bored? Still in high school man

 

It's a STUDYHALL, STUDY.

 

 

That attitude in a studyhall in college will get you a failing grade for sure.

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