Hey Frank if you get a chance take a look at my recent blog. At a recent incident the IC wrote in his operational report that "spraying water from the outside into the door way and through windows to attempt to knock the fire before an interior attack can contribute to fire spread". I don't find this valid at all but it's something I'm interested in researching. Just wondering what your opinion is on this or personal experience you had. The example I gave was you arrive on scene with heavy fire from side alpha and a limited size engine crew. Would hitting the fire quickly from side alpha instead of going through side c contribute to fire spread? We're taught fight from unburned to burned but in certain situations can we deviate from standard operating procedures.
I'll check out the podcast. My class is the 24th in the a.m. Stop by and that way we'll atleast know that we have one person scheduled for our classes. Good luck in the court.....Denny Crane (if your a fan of Boston Legal)
Hey Frank. I kind of figured on that and went ahead and called him two days ago in reference to the photos. Joe is rather stubborn and only interested in selling the photos. Again, he let me use them since I was involved in the incidents depicted but.... Sorry buddy.
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