| Posted 03/27/12 at 08:33 PM||Reply with quote #1 |
|San Bernardino, CA Firefighters Pull Victim From House Fire. AMAZING FOOTAGE!|
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| Posted 03/27/12 at 09:14 PM||Reply with quote #2 |
Great job.........there are some tax payers in that city that can trust their fire department to get a job done.
Job well done. Obvious proof of you get what you pay for, and train for. Whether the victim survived or not (i hope he did), he had the best chance he was ever going to have because they got a line in there to take the hazard away from the victim, they started a search in the area immediately around the fire, found him, removed him, and started cpr.
Can't say it enough.......excellent job.
| Posted 03/27/12 at 09:28 PM||Reply with quote #3 |
Solid work. Great job San Bernadino!
| Posted 03/27/12 at 11:46 PM||Reply with quote #4 |
Not being critical but, what if there was someone else in there?
"Let no man's ghost say his training let him down"
| Posted 03/28/12 at 06:28 AM||Reply with quote #5 |
|Great effort! Well done! |
| Posted 03/28/12 at 08:50 AM||Reply with quote #6 |
|I hate to get on my political soapbox, but I couldnt help but tweet & send this to every council member I could reach. These guys & this video is an excellent example of professionalism on display from the front line of essential services. I hope it reaches just one person in power who thinks a firefighter, piece of equipment or scaled down version of services should be first to go when economic times get tough in a city/town. Kudos San Bernandino, you guys do the Fire Department proud. Now someone buy those guys a beer!|
| Posted 03/28/12 at 08:57 AM||Reply with quote #7 |
Great Job Guys!!!
| Posted 03/28/12 at 11:20 AM||Reply with quote #8 |
|By far the BEST video I have seen since joining this site. This was a text book example of dealing with an active fire and rescue simultaneously.|
Once again San Bernardino Fire give an example of what professionalism is all about.
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| Posted 03/28/12 at 11:38 AM||Reply with quote #9 |
|Hands down one of THE BEST examples I've seen of solid firefighting and rescue work. This is why we exist. Although the victim didn't survive, these firefighters gave him the best chance he could have possibly had to survive. Amazing work!|
Leatherhead, Statter has some pretty good coverage on this one. The fire started in the kitchen, and the wife was able to get out. The husband was trapped at the back of the house with no egress due to security bars. He was the only reported occupant trapped.
GARBAGE MEN don't get excited when they see garbage because their job SUCKS!
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| Posted 03/29/12 at 08:16 AM||Reply with quote #10 |
|They made the grab. Nothing more needs to be said! GREAT JOB! |
| Posted 03/29/12 at 10:12 AM||Reply with quote #11 |
|Great job even thought the Victim did not survive they the job.|
| Posted 03/29/12 at 10:17 AM||Reply with quote #12 |
|I watched the video again and noticed once of the fighters preforming mouth to mouth, now i don't know about you but i will not preform mouth to mouth on someone because of all the crap that someone may have. Whats your guys and gals thoughts?|
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| Posted 03/29/12 at 11:29 AM||Reply with quote #13 |
|Leatherhead. At the 0:37 mark the ambulance crew tells the officer there is one down in the back of the house. Ambulance crew was talking to the wife who just made it out. Reliable information.|
AMR is a private ambulance service, not a fire service.
Excellent video and a great rescue attempt. We never will 'em all
Just the one other comment; No need today to do the mouth to mouth thing. Looks really crusty and old school on camera but the ambulance crew is like right there.
Yea, you're right, PPE is fer sissies
| Posted 04/03/12 at 11:06 AM||Reply with quote #14 |
Great Video. Great Work.