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Video: Cops help firefighters fight Sandy blaze

A television reporter was doing a live report when a nearby home started smoking

By FireRescue1 Staff

MONNACHIE, N.J. — A reporter covering the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy was the first on the scene of large house fire that had a police officer backing up the hose line for a firefighter.

The CBS News reporter was doing a live report when smoke started to billow out of a nearby home. Cameras were there right as firefighters arrived.

At least one police officer helps the lone firefighter man the line and attack the blaze that is pouring out the home's side door.

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Kg Lockwood Kg Lockwood Thursday, November 01, 2012 3:33:21 AM Team work, when you are faced with an incident of that magnitude it takes everyone working together to overcome obstacles.
Thursday, November 01, 2012 10:08:16 AM come to puerto rico and you will see fire fighter working alone most of the time in the small towns doing the samething as the badass brother , stay safe.

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