Hallway Hose Stretch

Minimize your exposure to the flow path

 

(Fire Engineering, YouTube)

 

Fire Engineering

Lieutenant Ray McCormack of the Fire Department of New York discusses a method for stretching out a hoseline from a standpipe to minimize firefighters’ exposure to the flow path and make your fire attack more efficient.

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Minimize your exposure to the flow path     Fire Engineering Lieutenant Ray McCormack of the Fire Department of New York discusses a method for stretching out a hoseline from a standpipe to minimize firefighters’ exposure to the flow path and make your fire attack more efficient.

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