According to the United States Fire Administration, from 2016-2018 there were 269 firefighter line-of-duty deaths. Six or roughly 2.3 percent died while searching for life inside of a burning structure. Sean Duffy talks with host Joe Pronesti about his recent article, “Searchable vs Survivable: Educated Decision Making,” and provides his thoughts on how the fire service can improve its focus on the most vital of fireground duties: search and rescue.
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