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Fire fighter helmet cam view of interior attack

Fire fighter helmet cam view of interior attack

(4:04) Follow a fire fighter at work attacking a serious interior fire in a two storey residential building.

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Guest: (2067 days ago)
I don't think I ever went into a fire that was as clean as that one. Hardly any that I can recall from over 27 years in the LFB had that much daylight coming in. Makes the job much nicer.
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I don't think I ever went into a fire that was as clean as that one. Hardly any that I can recall from over 27 years in the LFB had that much daylight coming in. Makes the job much nicer.
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Guest: flambe (2068 days ago)
just a quick word of advice, you might have picked up on this before!......STOP MAKING BUILDINGS OUT OF WOOD!!!!! and other stuff that burns easily! p
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just a quick word of advice, you might have picked up on this before!......STOP MAKING BUILDINGS OUT OF WOOD!!!!! and other stuff that burns easily! p
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Guest: (2068 days ago)
and what would you have us build with that is readily available, easy to manipulate, and cost effective?
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and what would you have us build with that is readily available, easy to manipulate, and cost effective?
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London1 London1 (2068 days ago)
Bricks and mortar! More of them would survive tornadoes as well! Incredibly brave occupation. Hats and knickers off to them.
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Bricks and mortar! More of them would survive tornadoes as well! Incredibly brave occupation. Hats and knickers off to them.
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cengland0 cengland0 (2068 days ago)
Brick houses cost about 3-5% more and still have a wooden frame. How else would they hang the sheetrock and install insulation?
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Brick houses cost about 3-5% more and still have a wooden frame. How else would they hang the sheetrock and install insulation?
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glortman glortman (2068 days ago)
Either way, are you going to have brick furniture? Only tile floors? Should we keep our clothing in steel vaults? Since most fires are caused by cooking, should we stop having kitchens in the house? No heaters? Most homes, wood, brick or otherwise, do NOT catch on fire. My point is that for most people, having flammable things in and around the house is an acceptable risk because things that are softer and warmer than stone are the reason we moved out of caves in the first place.
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Either way, are you going to have brick furniture? Only tile floors? Should we keep our clothing in steel vaults? Since most fires are caused by cooking, should we stop having kitchens in the house? No heaters? Most homes, wood, brick or otherwise, do NOT catch on fire. My point is that for most people, having flammable things in and around the house is an acceptable risk because things that are softer and warmer than stone are the reason we moved out of caves in the first place.
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Guest: FBTI (2066 days ago)
Latest comment: Clearly no compartment fire behaviour training. Only used a jet. No gas cooling undertaken before moving up the stairs. Gung Ho leads to injuries.
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Latest comment: Clearly no compartment fire behaviour training. Only used a jet. No gas cooling undertaken before moving up the stairs. Gung Ho leads to injuries.
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