Fire crews responded to a huge early-morning fire at a former garment factory in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, according to reports.
A historic home was destroyed by fire yesterday in Kingsville, Maryland, according to news reports.
The basics of water supply options to sustain the fire suppression efforts, especially where the water supply is inadequate or nonexistent, are the focus. Also discussed are calculations for fire flows, the water supply needed to sustain the fire flows, the different sources of water, how to preplan water supplies, and how to overcome water supply issues
Mark van der Feyst shows you the best ways for establishing a water supply at your next fire and offers tips on managing the biggest issues involved with the practice.
Join Bill Gustin live from the Miami-Dade (FL) Apparatus Driving Simulator Lab with guest Lt. Dave Gates, Paul Shapiro, and Ed Collet.
In this week’s Humpday Hangout, Bill Gustin, Mike Dugan, and the rest of the crew will talk water supply operations with special guest Paul Shapiro.
Anthony Rowett discusses options for using a fireboat in assisting land-based firefighting operations.
Tim Zehnder considers some tactics for dealing with water supply considerations in rural firefighting.
On June 2, 2016, Sanford (FL) Fire Department responded to a warehouse fire.
The difficulty in sustaining adequate fire flow in rural areas is often a direct result of the inability to fill tankers effectively. There IS a better way, and the technology has existed for 25 years and has proven successful. JASON ESTEP