Full list of Helmet-cam results
Helmet camera study improves lifesaving decisions for firefighters–
The study showed decision-making was often intuitive and reflexive, with officers affected by past experiences of similar incidents
Helmet Cam: 360-degree fire footage–
This is footage from a test of a 360-degree fire helmet camera. Viewers can control what they are seeing by using a mouse on a PC or fingers on a mobile device to control the angle of the footage. This video came from a small basement fire.
Volunteer fire departments need recruits – here’s how to reach them–
National Volunteer Fire Council
The Make Me a Firefighter campaign helps departments connect volunteers with opportunities
Helmet cam: 2-alarm apartment fire in Texas–
Video of the Cy-Fair (Texas) Volunteer Fire Department in action.
Helmet cam: House fire in NC–
Units arrived to find a single-story frame dwelling, well involved on the north end of the home. Crews made a quick exterior knock down using two lines. One crew made an aggressive primary search on the south end of the home. From there they switched to defensive operations until the fire was extinguished.
Firefighter helmet cams raise privacy questions–
Official: "We're going into people's homes, we're videoing their personal belongings ... all of those things puts the public at risk."
Video: Helmet cam captures rescue of dogs from fire–
Two firefighters rescued the therapy dogs trapped in the house; one dog could not be rescued and died in the fire
Fire dept. using helmet cams to train and recruit–
The department uses the cameras to teach new volunteers about what to do while on a call and also for promotion purposes
Helmet cam: House fire in Ark.–
This was a vacant, single story, wood frame dwelling.
Helmet cam: House fire in Calif.–
It took firefighters 30 minutes to contain the fire. There were no reported injuries.
Helmet cam: House fire in Texas–
Crews made a quick knockdown from the front porch and went interior. The fire was under control in 10-15 minutes after arrival.
Video: Helmet-cam captures rescue of 3 kids from fire–
Four firefighters are being hailed heroes for saving the kids; this dramatic video takes you inside the rescue
Helmet cam and radio traffic: House fire in Calif.–
The home is believed to be a total loss and no injuries have been reported.
Helmet cam: Double Ind. house fire fully involved–
Firefighters initially made entry into the two houses, but were later pulled out.
Helmet cam and radio traffic: Calif. house fire–
Two adults were displaced and one suffered minor burns. Two dogs were also rescued and returned to the home owners.
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