As equally important as mayday, bailout training and building construction but just not as glamorous. Maybe that’s why more die from heart attacks?
Tin foils hats, boarded up windows and two dead bodies.
Hoarder’s house is condemned, resulting in a No-Entry rule for firefighters and an occupant death.
Well, that certainly made an impact.
The front door, or the fire floor, is no place to try and get your act together.
Until we understand our enemy, the fire and the building we operate in, how can we expect not to get in trouble?
One in a third floor window ready to jump – or – Engines still carry ladders, don’t they?
Lloyd takes in a hazardous materials call in the borough of fire.
The Araguz LODD report fails to mention one area that could have made all the difference. It’s also doubtful that a RIC would have made a difference. Maybe it’s time we start looking at reports just as hard as we look at the incident.
It is difficult even to expect these guys to be aware the situation that surrounds their operation if they are not competent and confident in the duty they are performing.