Footage of Durham, NC Engine 3 and Ladder 1 at working duplex fire.
It is difficult to say that “we will risk a lot to save a lot, and risk a little to save little.” when the definitions of a lot and little may vary from fireman to fireman, and officer to officer.
He stopped at the third floor, where the woman and boy were. “They looked like they would jump,”
Latest in managing a live-in program recognizes morale and a least likely place to gauge it.
This is my safety. There are many like it, but this one is mine.
Across the country firefighters are running into trouble inside burning buildings and then fail to act in a manner consistent with their survival. But is it their fault? Or is it a result of their training?
Panic, a down firefighter and a bad mayday lead to a new survival training tool for P.G. firefighters.
Tunnel vision, prejudices, attitude, excessive talking – all can turn a fireground sour.
Did you push up these stairs? Have you ever? Really? Tell me again where it is you work, I must not have heard you the first time.
What do you think the 2011 Firefighting is going to be? Trained and confident? Or tentative and fearful?