First-due engine finds fire on the top two floors.
Findings and recommendations from the investigations of seven line of duty deaths and an explosion at a commercial structure fire that injured seven firefighters.
Captain Keyboard and Firefighter Anonymous are going to have a ball with the second video.
Do you have apartments over stores in your first-due? Would you access the roof in this way?
“At the kitchen table one night, one of my firefighters came out with the statement that we should enforce a 300 foot buffer zone around every fire operation,”
“Firefighters can penetrate deeper into the structure without coordinating the vent—simply because the gear and equipment masks the environment.”
Only a block away from quarters, Engine 22 has an afternoon full of fire and first line choices.
“Pride” isn’t a fire department shirt or a sticker.
Probably one of the best reasons to do preplanning from 2010.
Welcome Deputy Chief Ron Ayotte to the site with his post on important qualities every fire officer must have.