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Today a live fire exercise was planned.

A abandoned cottage witch was destined to be demolished was cleared by the mayor to be set on fire.

So early in the morning the Chief, Battalion Chief 3 and the Fire Safety Officer cleared the building.
Soon after that Engine 1R arrived from the fire academy.
One of the Firefighters went inside with gasoline and a lighter, but due to the gasoline vapors there was a explosion, one FF was knocked uncontious and was trapped in the flames.

BC3 immideatly called in Squad 31, Tanker 3 and Ladder 301.

Rescue 5 responded to the scene too, but was called off when the missing FF was found and evacuated.

After they came on scene they started a agressive attack on the fire, witch was raging inside the cottage.

After arrival the Lt. and a FF of Ladder 301 entered the building via the garage after the crew of Tanker 3 had opened the garage door.

After a few minutes the missing FF was found and carried outside to the waiting paramedics.

The FF was brought to the hospital with non lifethreatning injuries, and is believed to be out of the hospital later this week.

The fire was put out moments later and overhaul started.

Chief Brown complemeted all crews on scene and Lt. Edwards and FF DiCamillo from Ladder Company 301 will be awarded withthe Medal of Valor for risking their lives and the saving of FF Valdez.

Underneath is a fragment of the radio comms with BC 3 and Dispatch.

** B.C.3 to Dispatch, Mayday Mayday, Firefighter down, we need Squad 31, Tanker 3, Ladder 301 and an Ambulance to our location now!**

** Dispatch to BC3, 10-4 sir, requested units are toned out right now**

**TONES** Squad 31, Tanker 3, Rescue 5 and Ladder 301 please respond to 173 Sunflower street, for a structure fire, one Firefighter down. Command on scene, EMS is en-route.**



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  November 4, 2010
Quoting kill O'Connell if you ever need a fast/rit team the westbrickton fire department will be willing to come and join in as needed.
SVFD has already 4 RIT/FAST teams, so that wont be a problem. But mutual aid is always welcome.
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  October 30, 2010
if you ever need a fast/rit team the westbrickton fire department will be willing to come and join in as needed.
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  September 26, 2010
wow
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  September 26, 2010
Quoting Nate Blaser Oh Man, OSHA would have a mighty field day, not to mention the Firefighter Families.Here is a tip: Most of the trainings I have ran in the past, I have never let anyone practice interior ops If I don't have a dedicated RIT team as well as a second engine/truck.
Yeah, agreed, im a active firefighter, and i know the correct procedures, we had a live burn a couple of months ago, and we took every precaution possible, so the first plan was to make it realistic with no errors, just a simple burndown, but then i stumbled onto these youtube vids. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KzhbQ2EP24&p=636E48F89A208B75&playnext=1&index=17 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dSpoUUFBBM And the idea came of a failed training, cause it hasnt been done of not too often. SVFD is better trained than that, just see it as a what if.... incident
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  September 26, 2010
Quoting Lego Fire Museum Inc. Ok. Where to start? Live Burn Training is serious stuff. BC3 should retire and the safety officer should be canned. For live burn training you cannot use accelerant, especially gasoline, and a lighter. More units were needed for this training. A Rapid Intervention Team was needed. OHSA would have a field day with this one. You did a really good job here pointing out that training is serious and dangerous just like firefighting at a real incident. Many people do not realize this. I appreciate you taking the time to do an incident very different from what other builders are doing out there and doing one that has a safety message. On top of that, the photo of the firefighter with a frown is really good. You have interjected some emotion into our friends the mini-figs.
Yeah, i left some critical things out, on purpose, for the good of the story. Originally, E-1R would be plugged and an Engine would be on scene for fast knock down in a case like this and Rescue 5 would be present for FAST/RIT purposes. Glad you noticed along with some others. But the safety message is a nice extra, especially after working a few hours making this MOC and carefully think the steps through. And glad you like the minifigs.
Martijn Meijdam
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Nate Blaser
  September 25, 2010
Oh Man, OSHA would have a mighty field day, not to mention the Firefighter Families.Here is a tip: Most of the trainings I have ran in the past, I have never let anyone practice interior ops If I don't have a dedicated RIT team as well as a second engine/truck.
 I like it 
  September 25, 2010
Ok. Where to start? Live Burn Training is serious stuff. BC3 should retire and the safety officer should be canned. For live burn training you cannot use accelerant, especially gasoline, and a lighter. More units were needed for this training. A Rapid Intervention Team was needed. OHSA would have a field day with this one. You did a really good job here pointing out that training is serious and dangerous just like firefighting at a real incident. Many people do not realize this. I appreciate you taking the time to do an incident very different from what other builders are doing out there and doing one that has a safety message. On top of that, the photo of the firefighter with a frown is really good. You have interjected some emotion into our friends the mini-figs.
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  September 25, 2010
No one knows that Training is just as bad as the real thing itself! Good job on this one. I love it. -Lee
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  September 25, 2010
Quoting James Keatley some nice details here, i like the thick handlines attached to the lego nozzles. are those helmet dots florescent by the way?
Thanks James, and no the yellow dots are just plain yellow.
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  September 25, 2010
some nice details here, i like the thick handlines attached to the lego nozzles. are those helmet dots florescent by the way?
 
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