Nobody goes to the firehouse with the intention of getting hurt or dying.
Three lines stretched, two operating; ladders raised, wagon pipe readied; fire goes out. Heck, this is better than some American scenes.
Is placing yourself at risk, or greater risk, an actual job requirement or is it merely suggestive, a part of a culture’s identity?
The elder McKeown called 911 and then entered the home to search for his son.
Oklahoma Battalion Chief asks, ‘Shouldn’t there be some experience gained before “riding the seat”?’
Are you sure this is the job for you? Do your actions tell you something different?
Not much fire in the video, but two damn good examples of a hoseline stretch.
Who dresses for a wires down or blown transformer call?
There’s more to it than grabbing a saw, cutting a hole and watching the engine, right?