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-Over the years I've really bought into Billy Goldfeder's thoughts on safety as it pertains to firefighters unnecessarily going to the roof as well as standing around admiring their work while on the roof.
-As a firefighter assigned to a Ladder Co. I noticed the picture simply from a safety perspective. Just a thought.