Lieutenant’s catch helps us give you some valuable questions your engine company should try and answer – before the fire.
Job turned out to be the first successful grab for one 13-year veteran.
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.
Do you have apartments over stores in your first-due? Would you access the roof in this way?
Only a block away from quarters, Engine 22 has an afternoon full of fire and first line choices.
Probably one of the best reasons to do preplanning from 2010.
“There’s a void for me, come here, you’ll see it. All I need is air, bro.” Lt. Howie Carpluk, E.42 FDNY
It’s true. Some of you simply cannot handle it.
For 12 minutes, Incident Command has called for the victim and captain 10 times.
There is enough excitement and confusion already, if we arrive and start screaming, yelling nothing will get done.