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Battalion 20's old and new rig on the afternoon of delivery
02/06/2010 - Brooklyn, NY - 1230 hours we arrived at Box-0919 for 1263 Park Place. Firefighters found a fire on the
basement level of a 20' x 40' 3-story brownstone. Firefighters made a quick knockdown at this 10-75.
A firefighter heads to the back of the building as smoke comes out the front door.
Rescue 2 Irons after the 10-75
Captain Ruvolo talks to the Battalion chief after the 10-75
02/06/2010 - Firefighters in the borough of Brooklyn responded to Box-3703 for 791 McDonald Avenue around 1400 hours.
Firefighters found fire on the first floor in a hardware store of a 3-story ordinary construction building. The All Hands Fire was knocked down within 20-minutes.
Rescue 2's quarters has a lot of character both inside and out. Notice the old wooden stairs to the 2nd level.
The El makes for some tricky truck placement!
02/06/2010 - We arrived to Box-0893 first-due with the companies to 110 Chauncey Street. Dispatch reported a second source for a fire on floor-three.
Firefighers encountered occupants on floor three who reported they were trapped due to a hallway fire. Firefighters were able to make quick work of heavy
fire conditions from several mattresses on fire in the hallway.
As we get off the rig a woman on the 3rd floor is yelling she is trapped because of the heavy fire outside her apartment.
At the same time a woman on the street is yelling her babies are up there.
A firefighter rushes to the building with a ground ladder as the Battalion chief receives a report of three people hanging out windows!
Pedestrian Struck 4:30am Brooklyn
4 Truck on a run in midtown Manhattan
A view out of the top scuttle in FDNY's R1 as we come through times square at 1am while returning from a run.
45 Engine Bronx
14 Engine heading out on a run
26 Engine with a nice backdrop in Manhattan
This local was not happy at all that she was asked to wait as 58 Truck backs into their station in the Bronx!
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