To see more work by Paul Combs on the topic of air management, visit the Paul Combs Gallery on the Firefighter Air Coalition website.
Fire spreads quickly through Dublin hotel DFB crews continue to fight fire at Dublin's Metro Hotel https://youtu.be/Zw5-Dcc0Goc Ballymun Hotel on Fire | Metro Hotel Fire | Dublin Ireland https://youtu.be/jIN02LNHd2I Ireland: Massive fire engulfs...
Pre-arrival video of a working apartment fire
Fire on 10th floor of Riverside high-rise caused evacuation of residents RIVERSIDE, California (KTLA) - Nearly 200 residents had to flee a high-rise apartment building in Riverside when a fire broke out early Thursday morning. Firefighters were called to the...
When facing high-rise fires that aren’t compartmentalized, fire attack teams must employ a stretch that both allows them to easily transport 2½-inch hose to the fire floor, but at the same time protects them from the fire until the hose is charged. This operation is known as the stairwell stretch; in this article, Dave McGrail introduces the stairwell stretch.
A fire on the 22nd floor of the 38-story Meridian Bank Building, also known as One Meridian Plaza, was reported to the Philadelphia Fire Department on February 23, 1991 at approximately 2040 hours and burned for more than 19 hours.
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