A number of men moved up to the balcony to attack the fire which had made its way to the auditorium ceiling just below the roof.
Panic, a down firefighter and a bad mayday lead to a new survival training tool for P.G. firefighters.
Neighbors knew home was vacant for years and squatters were using it during the winter.
UPDATED: Faced with significant fire on the first floor, and a language barrier, crews still located and rescued two children from both floors.
The spirit of the message makes sense, but it a message we cannot follow to the letter, unless we leave the trucks in the building and don’t respond.
Crews had to pause the interior attack in order to remove materials stacked waist high in many places.
Seattle Ladder 8 Capt. Dana Caldart, Firefighter Josh Materi and others recount rescue of seven from roof of a well-involved dwelling.
Companies in District 7 had the rear porch and all floors well off prior to collapse. Plus, video of a small job in District 11 just prior to Christmas and a reshowing of when “The Bravest” came to Beantown.
On the heels of laying two of their members to rest, Chicago firefighters rescue squatters and tenants from two different fires.
I suppose Christmas and the few days after might have been just another day, another day alive or dieing, struggling. Rest in peace old timer, you are no rat no more.