Firefighting

Firefighters, officers, and chiefs are accustomed to certain ways of responding. If a person calls the fire department for an odor of smoke coming from the kitchen during dinner time, the responding units will make assumptions based on the type of call and the time of day it occurs. 
Firefighting

Overhaul is not the glamour side of firefighting, but it is a critical operation to prevent extension and rekindles. Daniel Sheridan shares some overhaul stories from New York fire incidents and discusses how to balance being thorough and being professional.