This is one I missed from Highland Park, Michigan that was posted last month by hpz1442′s channel on YouTube.com. Here’s his description:
We responded to a report of fire in a building on hamilton st around 2130 the night of 6-16-12. We responded with 2 engines, 4 firefighters a LT(OIC) and a Sgt(engineer). We arrived to find a large 1 story commercial building almost fully involved, with heavy fire through the roof. the building was sandwiched between a large occupied church and several occupied bussiness’s. Our OIC decided to dump our monitor, establish a decent water supply and attack the fire with hand lines. The water pressure from the hydrants in this area do not give out enough pressure for multiple sources of “big water”. The pump on this truck will shut itself down. Once water supply is good, building was opened up, we made an interior attack on the north side of the building where the roof was still intact @around730 min mark. @around11:00 min mark we make entry into the main part of the building where the roof is completely burned away and there is fire just about everywhere you look. We stuck mainly to the center of the building in order to stay away from its exterior walls. Yes we cut the locks with the jaws in the beginning, no we have no bolt cutters. Yes we used inch and a half, no using anything larger was not an option. The fire was extinguished without any injuries or damage to the surrounding buildings.
Also on STATter911 …
- Helmet-cam: Highland Park, Michigan house fire. – July 12, 2012
- Helmet-cam video: House fire in Highland Park, Michigan. – June 1, 2012
- Helmet-cam: Highland Park, Michigan house fire. – October 29, 2012
- Helmet-cam video: Three homes burn in Highland Park, Michigan. One person dead. – February 22, 2013
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