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A Kernersville house explosion is caught on police dash cam. 1 FF suffered minor injuries.

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Comment by Rob Cannon on January 15, 2009 at 5:00pm
Was this a natural gas or a backdraft... I've heard conflicting reports?
Comment by Rob Cannon on January 15, 2009 at 4:46pm
Great training material... I hope all those brothers had full PPE on!

Anyone have a powerpoint on Natural Gas during working fires? I attending a VERY basic class years ago, but it was old and pretty out dated. Anyone else see the benefit of having a class or a powerpoint for the smaller depts. whom don't have the money to end their guys fro this type of training?

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