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Detroit Fire’s 4 Alarm Fire La Salle Blvd & W Davison
Detroit 03:42AM April 7 2023: Detroit Fire was called to 13505 La Salle Blvd Friday morning on reports of an occupied apartment building fire. Engine 40 arrived on scene and reported a 4 story (5 Story) apartment building on fire, people jumping from the building.
Companies On Fire Scene: Engines 35 39 30 44 42 34 40 56 Hamtramck Engine 1. Ladder Trucks 7 18 22 17, Squads 2 3 5, Hazmat 1 2, Battalion Chief’s 5 8, Senior Chief 203, Deputy Chief 202, DEMS Medic’s 1 2 3 4 17, DEMS Supervisors 1103 1106 1107 1111, DPD Arson Cars 802 809, Fire Marshal’s 602 608.
4th Alarm Companies were cancelled following a MAYDAY call, members of Engine 39 were unaccounted for but found shortly after the MAYDAY by Senior Chief 203. Companies dispatched and cancelled were Engines 27 33, Ladder Truck 27 & Squad 6.
There were multiple civilian injuries on the fire scene, DEMS conveyed to local hospital. The American Red Cross also arrived on scene for around 17 residents needing assistance.
Michigan State Police are on scene assisting the Detroit Fire Department with a drone for mapping and photos of the fire scene.
The building is a total loss. It doesn’t appear as if any firefighters were injured during the fight. Below dispatch audio is a rather lengthy.
Detroit Fire Dispatch Audio
Elderly Woman & Son Dead Following Fire On Kirby
Detroit’s East Side: Detroit Fire was dispatched to the 3400 Block of Kirby early Friday morning at around 500AM. Detroit Fire’s Squad 3 was notified of the fire by citizen appeal at their station house at Grand Blvd & Moran.
Squad 3 called for a box once they arrived on the fire scene. Squad 3 reported 2 people may be trapped inside burning dwelling. Squad 3 made a quick search of the premises upon arrival.
Companies on Fire Scene:
Engines 9, 41, 46, 17, Ladder Truck 6, Squad 3, Battalion Chief’s 1/5, Senior Chief 203, DEMS Medics 10/14
Engine 46 was the first engine on scene and stretched.
Engine 41 discovered a victim in the basement and that person was evacuated by firefighters. A mention of a younger female with burns was broadcast on the fire scene. Another victim; deceased, was discovered on the 2nd floor by Squad 3 shortly afterward.
Victims were later identified as 96 year old Katherine Hickman and 56 year old Dirk Hickman.
Below is the dispatch audio from the fire scene.
Detroit Fire Dispatch Audio
3 Dead, 5 Critically Wounded At MSU
Michigan State University, Lansing Mi: MSU Police & Public Safety were dispatched on Monday evening around 8:18PM on reports of shots being fired at Berkey Hall at 506 E Circle Dr. 911 Dispatch reported multiple victims. Multiple agencies from surrounding communities responded.
Suspect Dead From Self Inflicted Gunshot Wound
Throughout the evening 911 operators were taking reports of multiple instances of shots being fired on campus. Students were ordered to shelter in place as the search for the suspect was taking place.
EMS Units from multiple agencies conveyed the shooting victims to local hospitals. MSU Police & Public Safety reported 3 confirmed fatalities and 5 with critical wounds.
The suspect was described as a Black male, shorter in stature, red shoes, jean jacket, wearing a baseball cap that is navy with a lighter brim.
The suspect was located off campus after a citizen reported seeing a person matching the description of the suspect. MSU Police provided the public with 2 photos of the suspect earlier.
UPDATE via MSU Public Safety: The person who committed these homicides is 43-year-old Anthony Dwayne McRae. He died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
via MSU Public Safety:
EAST LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan State University Department of Police and Public Safety (MSU DPPS) is saddened to share information regarding the tragedy that occurred on campus Monday evening. We cannot begin to fathom the immeasurable amount of pain that our campus community is feeling. We want to ensure our community that our department as well as our law enforcement partners will conduct a comprehensive and thorough investigation regarding this tragic incident. Five victims remain in the hospital in critical condition. Two of the deceased victims have been identified as the following:
Brian Fraser, Sophomore, Grosse Pointe
Alexandria Verner, Junior, Clawson
MSU has released the name of the 3rd victim
Arielle Anderson, Junior, Grosse Pointe
UPDATE: There have been reports of a note found on the suspect at the time of locating him. We can confirm that there was in fact a note and it is currently being investigated by law enforcement.
According to dispatch audio the suspect was located by the Michigan State Police on foot in the area of Lake Lansing Rd & N Larch St. As troopers attempted contact with the suspect, the suspect shot himself in the head. Officers/Troopers on scene immediately started CPR until EMS units arrived. The suspect was later pronounced dead on the scene.
2 handguns and several magazines of ammo were recovered from the suspect and the suspect’s backpack.
All five victims at Sparrow Hospital are in critical condition. The suspect is a 43-year-old male and is not affiliated in any way with MSU.
EDITED DISPATCH AUDIO-30:37 Minutes
Anthony Dwayne McRae’s 2019 Arrest
MSU ALERT: There have been shots fired near Berkey Hall on the East Lansing campus. Please secure-in-place immediately. Police are active on scene. More information to follow. pic.twitter.com/xa4KlwXJWN— MSU Police and Public Safety (@msupolice) February 14, 2023
Truck Sideswiped On EB I-96 Monday Evening
via MSP Second District:
01/30/23 at 8:15 PM
Crash Location: E/B I-96 Fwy near S. Hill Rd., Lyon Twp., Oakland County, MI
Preliminary investigation revealed a semi driver was stopped on the narrow right shoulder and right lane due to a flat tire. It was side-swiped by another semi driver causing a large amount of fuel and debris to be strewn across two of the three travel lanes for approximately ¼ mile. The freeway was closed at Milford Rd to allow for the clean-up.
The driver of the parked semi sustained minor injuries and was transported to a local hospital. The second driver was not hurt.