Above is a second version of the close call video we showed you as the Crestline Elementary School in Vancouver, Washington burned on Sunday. It occurs at about :42 on Josh Fancher‘s video. He describes what happens simply as a roof collapse.
Immediately below is the complete raw video from Noah Patraw who described the event as a roof collapse and backdraft. On his video it occurs at 5:06 followed by the radio transmission, “Command from Truck 5, we’ve just had a big backdraft on the left side”. We showed you an isolated clip from Patraw’s video yesterday.
Below is a third version of the incident from tuuntube.
The news coverage I have seen does not provide details of the close call, but mentions a firefighter was treated and released for injuries that occurred during the three-alarm fire.
The fire was reported at 3:17 a.m. It burned for hours, with smoke continuing to billow and fire licking at spots around the building at midmorning.
One firefighter was hurt and sent to a local hospital, where he was treated and later released, said Kevin Stromberg, a fire department spokesman. The nature of the firefighter’s injury was not disclosed.
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Also on STATter911 …
- Close call video: Firefighter knocked down during explosion at school fire in Vancouver, WA. – February 3, 2013
- More must see video from Harrison, NJ: Another view of possible backdraft along with conditions prior to explosion. – March 11, 2013
- Must see: Neighbors capture video of explosion during Pittsburgh apartment fire. – March 30, 2013
- Caught on video: Two views of collapse at three-alarm Birmingham, AL building fire. – March 30, 2013
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