Story and photos by Chris E. Mickal
On March 29, 2015, firefighters responded to a fire that burned three vacant dwellings in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The fire in the wood dwellings, located on Conti & N. Prieur St., went to two alarms. The structures were fully involved upon arrival of the first-due engine company.
More of Chris’s photos from this incident can be seen at http://firelinephotos.com/2015/03/03292015-conti-n-prieur-st-2-alarms-2/
RELATED FIREFIGHTER TRAINING
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- THE ART OF FIRST -DUE