Tag Archives: occupants trapped

Manhattan Working: Videos, Audio from Box 1568, Numerous Calls

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“Battalion one-six, we’ve got reports of people jumping out windows,”

Elizabeth, NJ Working: Video of Occupant Rescue During Four-Alarm Fire

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A lot of passion while the ladders are being thrown on Jersey Avenue

Why We Search: Occupied Vacants in Chicago, Tucson and Vegas

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Proving once again that vacant and abandoned are just words

Buffalo Working: Quick, Aggressive Push for Children Trapped

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Lloyd Mitchell on the scene at Fillmore Avenue

P.G. Working:Probie Makes a Grab During Townhouse Fire, Video Interview of Occupant and Rescuer

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Interview from townhouse fire with occupant and firefighter.

Brooklyn Working:Report of People Trapped on Nostrand Avenue

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Fire showing from two windows on the second floor on a weekday afternoon.

Brooklyn Working:Video of Rescue in Bedford-Stuyvesant

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Fire on two floors of an occupied Bed-Stuy brownstone.

Shot In The Arm:Videos of Chicago Apartment Fire Rescue

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Video captures one rescued over a ladder at Englewood fire.

Center Fire, Indiana Working: House Fire with Report of Someone Still Inside

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“Fire units made several interior searches while fighting the fire.”

Detroit DecisionsChief Makes a Rescue, Squad Does Transport

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No regular first-due, No PPE, No EMS, No Problem

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Backstep Firefighter

“To provide a point of critical thought about certain acts and events in the fire service while incorporating behavioral education and commentary in a referenced format.”
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Dave
The Discussion EVERY Shift MUST HAVE
Thanks for having the stones to put this info. out there. If through your efforts and others we can save one brother or sister then you have made a positive change in the fire service and that is really what we should all aspire to do in one way or another.
2014-08-13 14:00:30
Can YOU Talk About IT? | Fire Critic
The Discussion EVERY Shift MUST HAVE
[…] The Discussion EVERY Shift Must Have […]
2014-08-13 03:05:08
Shaun
Holding 1&1: First Due, What Do You Do?
I ride on a 3 man engine. Our policy is that the 2nd due establishes the water supply. Looking at the still picture, I believe I would knock it down with the 2.5in initially. and have the 1.75in mop up. Being first due on this and pulling the 2.5in sucks cause another engine is going…
2014-08-06 20:48:30
Matthew Erdman
Holding 1&1: First Due, What Do You Do?
I was left patiently waiting for the deck gun to be used.
2014-08-04 18:47:20
Bill Schnaekel
York City Working: Positioning in the Alley
Thanks to Bill Carey and the Backstep for sharing!
2014-07-23 16:38:08
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