Fire photographer captures the scene of a working apartment fire.
Footage from the first due engine boss.
Here we are in front of the reported fire building. During our approach, what type of building did we determine to have?
CSU Billy McNeel and PIO Mark Brady on the scene of another working fire.
“I believe I’m at the stairwell on the Walnut Street side, but I’m stuck in here. On the fire floor, can’t get out of this spot and I’m burning up in here.”
The second-due truck is not just an “extra company” but an important assignment. Take a look and see if your truck can handle the rear, por favor.
Apartments had previously undergone renovation work and a pitched roof was added above the original flat roof.
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.
Do you have apartments over stores in your first-due? Would you access the roof in this way?
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