"Operator on channel for page, Brickville, stand by for tones......
'DEEEEEEEEEEEEdoooooooooooooDEEDOODEEDOODEEDOO' Brickville Fire Rescue, Engine 22, Engine 33, Battalion Chief 1 with Boat 621, respond to a stranded vehicle at the intersection of Main and Essex. Engine 22, Engine 33, Battalion Chief 1 with Boat 621, respond to a stranded vehicle at the intersection of Main and Essex. County 60 clear, time out 17:05."
"Operator on channel for page, White Ridge, stand by for tones......
'deeeeeeeeeeeDOOOOOOOOOOOOOBEEP-BEEP-BEEP-BEEP' White Ridge Fire Rescue, Medic 1 respond mutual aide to Brickville at the intersection of Main and Essex. Medic 1 mutual aide to Brickville, intersection of Main and Essex. County clear, time out 17:07"
On May 5th, an SUV headed southbound on Essex Rd. became stranded in the rising water in an intersection. The driver managed to get on top of his vehicle to relative safety. A passerby called 911. Engine 22, Rescue Engine 33, Battalion 1, and White Ridge Medic 1 responded. Boat 621, the zodiac raft, was deployed and the man was rescued in about 5 minutes. He was transported to Sacred Brick Hospital for precautionary reasons.
Great pictures!!! Years ago, in the winter I used to take my snowplows out on the porch banister and plow open the 'road' and even have salt in the bed come out onto the banister to melt the ice. Had lots of fun, wished now I would have taken pictures.
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July 18, 2011
I am so jealous of your ladder truck that thing looks amazing!
Very impressive work, and dedication standing out in the in-climate weather for the shots. A bit of advice for the picture with the lights, show the same effect with the reflection of the apparatus on the ground. It might just push it over the top.
Excellent work Christian! I guess I better switch my decals from paper to actual labels so I can do incidents like this! The rain really looks pretty intense from this viewpoint, I heard that there were some pretty bad thunderstorms in your area. Keep up the awesome incidents and photo editing! Glad we could help you guys out!