Full list of Fire Attack - page 2 results
FDNY responds to small fire on roof of Trump Tower–
Fire officials said a civilian was treated for serious injuries and a firefighter was treated for minor injuries
House fire displaces 4 residents in Boston fire–
Fire officials said frigid temperatures presented challenges to battling the flames and heavy smoke
For firefighters, bitter weather creates its own hazards–
Frozen hydrants, seized hoses, ice-stuck ladders, equipment failures and exposure to the cold are just some of the threats departments are facing
Firefighters battle blaze at construction site in frigid air–
The fire rekindled later in the morning, prompting firefighters to douse the flames again
FDNY fire commissioner announces increased fire deaths in 2017–
In December alone, 26 fire deaths occurred — the highest number of any month in decades
Firefighters face high winds, pelting snow while trying to reach blaze–
Treacherous conditions slowed their response and by the time they got there, two homes had burned to the ground
Firefighter responds to fire at his own home–
The house was deemed a total loss and members of the fire company started a GoFundMe to help aid the firefighter's family
Secret Service building fire at Clintons' home extinguished–
Spokesman Nick Merrill said the Clintons were not home at the time and "all is OK!"
Reality Training: A strip mall wall collapse–
Why are there personnel in the hazard zone without their SCBA masks on? Chief Wylie breaks down the good and the bad about crews working this strip center fire.
Reality Training: A semi-tractor trailer fire–
A semi-tractor trailer on fire on a busy interstate in California? We've got a lot of lessons to learn from this one.
Reality Training: Preplaning and a massive fire–
We all plan for the big fire; this was a really big fire. The preplanning on this is what made the job go very well.
Reality Training: Fire and its use as a weapon–
Chief Wylie has talked in the past about fire as a weapon, and here's a classic example. How many times has your department talked through or trained to respond to an intentionally set fire in an occupied structure?
Reality Training: Massive warehouse fire–
Chief Wylie explains why you should never stand in a hazard zone. Be sure to always set up safety and exclusion zones.
Reality Training: Double house fire–
There are several points here to consider. First and foremost, do you have enough equipment on the way? You may have been dispatched to a single structure on fire and a single alarm assignment is all you have. That's not going to be enough to take care of two fully involved houses.
Reality Training: Assisted living structure fire–
Chief Wylie explains why you need to take every call at face value and make sure you have your game face on when you respond.
- Load more