Capitol Heights fire with two rescued in critical condition.
Video shows what appears to be first arriving crew faced with a stuck and trapped occupant as well as a working fire. What would be your plan C? Or D, E and F?
If VSP is to reduce risk of injury and death it should apply to searching for the Golden Doodle, right?
Nit-picking or valid response from a department still hurting after two LODDs?
Three teens rescued from rising storm waters underneath 4th Battalion bridge.
Special Order No. 180, which was dated October 4, 1920, reads as follows: “A medal, to be known as the ‘Harry M. Archer Medal’ has been donated…
Okay, so this isn’t someone straddling the window sill with that rich brownish, grayish smoke pulsing out over him, but imagine pulling up to this with just you, your driver and one firefighter in the back. What’s your game-plan?
“We have some of the best training and the best equipment to do this.”
“If people are already on the ledge, it tells me it’s already bad inside.” Battalion Chief Ron Schmutzler.
It can be this simple; one company attacks, another searches and a trapped occupant is rescued.