Detroit Firefighters Use Transitional Attack to Control House Fire

Detroit firefighters operating at a house fire with flames venting from upper window


Detroit firefighters used a “transitional attack” to control this recent dwelling fire, and photographer Dennis Walus shared some images from the operations.

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Engine 60 stretched on the dwelling and got some initial water on the fire while crews forced entry into the dwelling.

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