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January 2013 Assorted Incidents
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Instead of posting in 3 separate creations, stay here and enjoy the rest of January's recorded incidents! Included are a dumpster fire, a crane rescue, and a high-rise fire.

First off we have a dumpster fire in Engine 1's first due with Engine 7 covering. Engine 7, Mini-Pumper 1, and Squad 1 responded.

Min-Pumper 1 arrives on-scene

FF Roelle pulling the 4" bumper line once on-scene

In action

Engine 7 connected to the hydrant

Pulling the #1 crosslay off the pump

Squad 1 on-scene to force entry

A Squad 1 FF forcing entry with the K-12

Preparing for attack

The dumpster explodes in a burst of flame...

...knocking two FFs to the ground

Back up and attacking the fire

After the fire, the Engine Lt. checks on the two FFs

Repacking the crosslay to head home

The cause of the fire is unknown. Both FFs were uninjured and returned to service immediately.

Next, we have a rescue on a tower crane in the Downtown area. Truck 1, Rescue 1, and Squad 1 responded to find a man dangling off the boom of a 100' crane.

Truck 1 pulling out

The worker clings for his life to the crane

With the help of its air horns, Truck 1 blasts its way through traffic to reach the scene as fast as possible

Truck 1's crew on-scene and forming a plan of action

Rescue 1 and Squad 1 responding

WRSD shut down Main St. and Truck 1 backed into position while 2 members started climbing the crane

Deploying the outriggers

Car 3 on-scene

Main Street Truckin' Company in action

Truck 1 reaches the dangling man

Truck 1's 95' Aerialscope fully extended

Looking down the aerial

Truck 1 and Rescue 1 members at work

Safe in the bucket and heading back to the ground

Helping the victim down

The shaken victim thanks the members of Truck Co. 1

The cause of this incident was determined to be high winds. The man was blown off the wet crane boom and left dangling. He was later transported to North Lego Medical Center for evaluation. He was released soon after.

The final incident was the first received by White Ridge Fire & Rescue in 2013. Box 817 was toned for a structure fire. A pile of wood was burning on the roof of a building at the intersection of Main and Oak Streets; a familiar location for White Ridge crews.

Truck Co. 1 gearing up to climb to the fire floor, which in this case was the roof

Heading in

Engine Co. 1 arriving on-scene

Mini-Pumper 1 arrived soon after

Using a pike pole to gain access to the roof through an access door

Dousing the fire with dry chem and water cans.

A firefighter from Engine 1 pulling the line from Floor 3 to the roof

The line being put to use

Fire K/D

Searching through the wood planks for embers

Loading gear into the bucket of Truck 1

Mop-up by Truck and Mini-Pumper

Units clearing the scene

The cause was determined to be a group of teenagers who were holding a roof bonfire. Their fire quickly got out of control and the teens fled the scene. They were later apprehended by White Ridge Sheriff's Department.

These incidents were ones I enjoyed making very much. Fairly simple setup and looks good, but most of all were fun to make. Remember that #3 is the most important. Have fun with builds and incidents! If you aren't, why do them?

Stay safe out there, Brothers!


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  March 31, 2013
Good Job! I think you should make accident where there is a hight rise fire. (BTW I have a burned hand)
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  March 16, 2013
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  February 8, 2013
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  February 7, 2013
james, have you ever seen the movie donnie brasco? your story?...forget about it! it s the best story ...EVER! you make war seem lame in comparison, tv news are in trouble, why don t they cover it like that? we can help much more knowing this, and be safer, this piece in your city, reffined effects, technical narration, it s just TOO HOT! congratulations, you really make the cut on being one of my favs james, you re pro, man! I can only hope other fire fighting fans will learn from you!
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  February 7, 2013
this makes war seem dull, BEST STORY EVER!
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  February 7, 2013
Wow James i'm excited! These are three well played out incidents with lots of nice details. Love your crews with their equipment, the water effects and the flames and smoke effects also. Fantastic stuff my friend!
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  February 6, 2013
James, this is AWESOME!!!!! I can't even imagine how long it took to make these scenes. Very good job. Keep up the great work!
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  February 6, 2013
I like the storyline! also the effects like the cotton smoke and using shoe strings for the fire hose :)
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  February 6, 2013
Very cool James! I really like the pic from the roof of the Tower "in traffic," not many people take pics like that. Very clever with the plastic for the water streams, and the "dry chem." Very creative and well narrated!
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  February 6, 2013
Nice incidents. The dumpster fire hits home for me. Seen that go bad too.
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  February 6, 2013
Those are some really great incidents. GREAT JOB!
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