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Calif. firefighter injured by roof collapse–
An Escondido firefighter was injured and transported to the hospital after a roof collapse at a burning dry cleaning business
Code 3 Podcast: How firefighters can deliver a great roof report–
Gibby Gorman shares tips for providing incident commanders the critical information they need
Quiz: Check yourself, are you wearing the right station wear?–
TenCate Protective Fabrics
Take a few minutes to find your match
Code 3 Podcast: Rooftop operations and safety with Gary Bowker–
Truck company firefighters need to understand roof construction and how it reacts to fire
What 4 firefighters killed in ’68 roof collapse taught us–
This fire held lessons on truss-roof dangers that the fire service ignored for decades
Va. firefighter falls through commercial roof–
The firefighter fell through an addiction center's roof to his waist; other firefighters rescued him by placing a ladder beneath him
Helmet cam: Roof ops at Calif. structure fire–
Firefighters arrived on scene to a fire in an abandoned structure. Neighborhood is known for squatters living in structures. No injuries to firefighters or civilians.
The 3 Rs to keep firefighters safe on roofs–
Use this three-step size up method to identify the safety red flags when committing to roof operations
Firefighters on roofs: 3 no-excuse rules–
No firefighter should ever be on a roof without a partner, without full PPE or without a primary and secondary way off
Firefighter falls through roof at restaurant fire–
San Diego Fire Capt. Vadid Cisneros walked out of the building after falling about 20 feet through the roof
Firefighter hurt after falling 25 feet through skylight–
The unidentified firefighter was taken to a hospital with a severe left arm injury
Fire capt. breaks pelvis, shatters elbow after falling off roof–
Capt. Al Marion was on the roof using a hose when he lost his footing and fell about eight to 10 feet onto the ground
Firefighter falls through roof battling fire–
A firefighter fell through the roof around 3:52. The firefighter suffered minor injuries and will be OK.
Helmet cam: House fire in NY–
Firefighters were pulled from the home at about 5:45 in the video.
Cover the span of the roof–
If the roof ladder does not cover the span of the roof, the effectiveness of it diminishes.
Helmet cam: Roof ops at Texas house fire–
The fire was in the walls with extension into some of the attic. Firefighters made access into the attic to check for extension and cut a vent hole to the fire room below.