We are at quarters of Seattle Fire Department Engine 10, Ladder 1, Aid 5, Aid 10, and the Hazmat company at 400 South Washington Street, where we see Engine 10 and Aid 5 as they get toned out to respond to an EMS call around the corner at 318 2nd Avenue South Extension, between South Washington Street and South Main Street. The call was for a homeless person experiencing discomfort. Apparently, the location of the call is a men’s homeless shelter, and there are a lot of people milling about in the area, which required some extra man-power in the form of the engine. Medic 10 also responded, as did an SPD patrol car. Aid 5 is a Ford F450 Super Duty. Engine 10 is a 2013 Pierce Enforcer. Enjoy the sound of the tones, as well as the view of the rigs as they respond. If you have any questions about the video, feel free to message me. Comments are welcome. The video was taken on December 25th, 2019.
In the previous video, we saw Seattle Fire Department Engine 2, Ladder 4, and Aid 2 as they responded to a multi-vehicle accident at the intersection of Denny Way and Fairview Avenue. In this video, we see the accident scene. In the beginning of the video, we see Tiller Ladder 10 as they respond to a completely different incident unrelated to the one here. We then see all of the units responding here; the aforementioned units from Belltown, as well as Battalion 2 and Engine 25 from Capitol Hill, Medic 1 (M1), and Seattle PD. Aid 2 has already left to take someone to the hospital. There were a couple of minor injuries. Apparently, this was a hit and run case, as a black jeep ran into and caused two other SUV’s to crash, with one vehicle ending up on its side after rolling over a couple of times. The other SUV remained upright. Either way, a mess for those involved. Tiller Ladder 10 is a 2016 Pierce Arrow XT with a 100 foot mid-mount stick. Tiller Ladder 4 is a 2017 Pierce Arrow XT with a 100 foot mid-mount stick. Engine 2 is a 2015 Pierce Arrow XT. Engine 25 is an E-One. I am unsure of the model or year. Battalion 2 is a brand new 2019 Ford F250. Medic 1 is a Ford F450 Super Duty. If you have any questions about the video, feel free to message me. Comments are welcome. The video was taken on December 25th, 2019.
We are at quarters of Seattle Fire Department Engine 25, Tiller Ladder 10, Aid 25, and Battalion 2 at 1300 East Pine Street, where we see Ladder 10 as they go out to pick up food for lunch. Tiller Ladder 10 is a 2016 Pierce Arrow XT with a 100 foot mid-mount stick. If you have any questions about the video, feel free to message me. Comments are welcome. The video was taken on December 24th, 2019.
We are at quarters of Seattle Fire Department Station 2, which houses Engine 2, Ladder 4, Aid 2, and Aid 4 (part-time staffed), where we see Engine 2, Ladder 4, and Aid 2 as they respond to a multi-vehicle accident at the intersection of Denny Way and Fairview Avenue. Apparently, it was a hit and run accident which involved a couple of SUV’s, one which ended up being turned on its side, the other being completely smashed in. We’ll see the scene of this wreck in the next video. Engine 2 is a 2015 Pierce Arrow XT. Tiller Ladder 4 is a 2017 Pierce Arrow XT with a 100 foot mid mount stick. Aid Car 2 is a Ford F450 Super Duty. Engine 25, Battalion 2, and Aid 25 also responded to this call, as did the SPD. Enjoy the view of the response, as well as the tones. If you have any questions about the video, feel free to message me. Comments are welcome. The video was taken on December 25th, 2019.
Fire trucks Responding Compilation #14 full of fire trucks from Berks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Lancaster Pennsylvania as well as New Castle County, Delaware and New York City, New York responding to calls such as motor vehicle accidents, medical calls, Working structure fires, fire alarms and more in fire trucks like Pierce, KME, E-One, Rosenbauer, Seagrave, Spartan and more!
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Rescue 50 responded along with Truck 204 on the Working Fire Dispatch assisting Lancaster City Station 64 with RIT. Shortly before arrival command requested the second alarm for more manpower, thus Truck 204 put their crew to work, half of our crew took over the RIT position, and the other half went to work removing windows and pulling ceiling inside. Willow Street Fire Company. Taken 12/11/2019
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A dry Christmas tree can be fully engulfed in flames within 30 seconds. Here are a few tips to keep you and your loved ones safe during the holidays:
– Use an artificial Christmas tree that is UL listed.
– When selecting a real tree pick one that is fresh and green. When you get it home make a fresh cut off the bottom of the tree and water it daily.
– Keep your Christmas tree away from heaters, fireplaces, and heating vents. Heating sources will dry the tree quicker and are a potential source of ignition.
– Turn off all decorations before leaving the house or going to bed
– Remove the Christmas tree from your home when it is dry. Do not place it near your home or in the garage.
– Look for the UL or other certified lab testing for holiday lighting.
– Follow the directions on holiday lighting including the number of lights that can be safely connected and if they are intended for indoor or outdoor use.
– Use flameless candles or when using traditional candles keep the at least 12 inches from flammable materials. Never leave candles unattended.
– Have smoke working detectors in each bedroom, in the hallways, and in every level of the home.
– If your Christmas tree catches on fire, get out of the house and call 911. Your property can be replaced.
King County Fire Chiefs Association, in partnership with Puget Sound Skills Center, King County Fire District 20 and Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority.
Thousands of crews are battling wildfires throughout 10 different states in the west. CNN’s Paul Vercammen reports.
Capt. Gregg Roberts and Firefighter-paramedic Mark Bennett with the Vancouver Fire Department talk about working a typical shift at Station 2.