Job turned out to be the first successful grab for one 13-year veteran.
Video shows rescues of occupants from the floor above the fire floor.
Apartments had previously undergone renovation work and a pitched roof was added above the original flat roof.
“Fire alarm striking Box 3153 for the report of fire…”
After not finding a patient the engine company heads home. On the way, they see people pointing to smoke coming from an apartment window.
First-due engine finds fire on the top two floors.
Two three alarm fires as well as a second alarm job with extras are some of what kept Boston firefighters busy in September.
Captain Keyboard and Firefighter Anonymous are going to have a ball with the second video.
If twice the number of your soldiers are killed doing other duties than those engaged in combat, should you be concerned?
Do you have apartments over stores in your first-due? Would you access the roof in this way?