With all of the turmoil we have shown you lately in the DC Fire & EMS Department, it is nice to be able to show you that they still go to fires in Washington, DC. This video comes courtesy of Joe Brown at TraditionsTraining.com. It combines helmet-cam and a little ground camera video with Joe's narration of how roof operations were handled at a house fire that was dispatched just after 6:00 AM Sunday morning in the 4200 block of Lane Place, Northeast.
E27 went to work knocking down the first floor. However, due to the stairs being burnt out the crew was unable to get to the second floor. The ladder pipe took care of the second floor, and the fire was under control in 30 minutes.
Truck 17 was the first due truck.
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Image from 27Engine.com where you will find more pictures.
Also on STATter911 …
- Raw video, fireground audio: Four-alarms for multiple rowhomes in Allentown, PA. Five firefighters hurt. – August 24, 2012
- Arrival video & fireground audio: Vacant commercial building on fire in Northeast Washington, DC. Engine 10, Truck 13 first due. – January 19, 2012
- Video: Rowhouse fire in Freemansburg, PA. – May 13, 2013
- Banned in DC. Or is it band in DC? Staind’s Aaron Lewis with a DCFD t-shirt. – April 11, 2012
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