Essex Junction, VT House Fire and Rescue Video Review

 

First-arriving crew stretches lines and rescues an occupant

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On 12 April, 2015, members of the Essex Junction Fire Department, along with police officers, responded to a reported residential structure fire with a person trapped.

Firefighters were called to the Cherry Street house at approximately 0530 hours. As seen in the video below, the first arriving crew faced a significant fire and confirmation of a person still inside. Watch the video and take note of how this whole crew, with assistance from the police officers, operated to make a successful rescue AND put water on the fire.

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“Fire Engulfs Essex Junction Home” Elizabeth Murray, Burlington Free Press, April 12, 2015
Essex Junction Fire Department, webpage; Facebook

 

 

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BioPicBill Carey is the online public safety news and blog manager with PennWell Public Safety, or more specifically FireRescue Magazine/FirefighterNation.com, JEMS.com, LawOfficer.com and FireEMSBlogs.com. Bill started in the fire service, as a third generation firefighter in 1986, on the eastern shore of Maryland and then continued after moving to Prince George’s County. He served as a volunteer sergeant and lieutenant at Hyattsville. Bill’s writing has been on Firehouse.com, Fire Engineering, FireRescue Magazine, FirefighterNation.com, the Jones and Bartlett 2010 edition of “Fire Officer: Principles and Practice”, The Secret List and Tinhelmet.com. His recent writing on firefighter behavioral health was been nominated for 2014 Neal Award for Best Subject-Related Series.

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