First Due Friday; Bread & Butter House Fire? (Video)

Share your strategies, tactics and experience!  Every Friday we’ll post a picture or video and want to get your take on the situation.

THE SCENARIO:  What would do you do for this heavily involved attached garage fire?  Does the split-level layout change your strategies/tactics?  Give us the report and your RECEO VS considerations.  Have fun!

  • What is your initial report?
  • Rescue considerations?
  • Exposures?
  • Confinement issues?
  • Extinguishment strategies and tactics?
  • Overhaul, what areas will you focus initial searches for extension?
  • Rig placement?
 NOTE:  This week’s video was recommended by Bill Carey of www.backstepfirefighter.com.  Thanks Bill!

1 Comment

  • DW says:

    VES the upper level, get a line on the main body of the fire, second line to upper level to pull ceilings and cut it off. Be cautious of collapse of burning portion, and if it starts poking out the other side of the house be ready for an exposure issue.

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