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FDCB's bravest faced 2 structure fires within a couple hours of each other. The first incident happened in the early hours. Firefighters encountered heavy smoke and fire on the first floor of a 3 story apartment building, 2 story residential over 1 story commercial building. Firefighters were able to rescue 3 occupants from the apartments as well as several pets. Two patients were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. The fire was fully extinguished at 0930 hours. Crews were on scene performing overhaul for several hours. In this photo taken by a bystander who lives across the street, Truck 5 members are preparing to enter the premises. While the captain is suiting up, one firefighter sets up to force entry into the building, and the other firefighter will bring the charged line into the building. Companies on the ticket: BC2, Safety 1, E5, E6, E203, E205, E206, T3, T5, T6, R1 (acting US&R 2), R2, S5 (acting HM1).
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Truck 6 firefighters vent the windows by breaking the windows from the safety of the 100' HD platform.

In the second incident, FDCB again faced the red devil, this time at a three-story local community center. Fire had taken the third floor of the building. Fortunately, all occupants were able to escape with no injuries thanks to functioning smoke alarms. As you can see here, crews from Truck 6 and Truck 1 vented the building to allow the dangerous smoke and gases to escape. Although the fire was contained to the top floor, Severe fire and water damage rendered the building unsafe.
Companies on the ticket: BC 1, Safety 1, E201 (acting E204), E4, E6, E206, T1 (acting T4), T6, S5 (acting R1), HM1



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 I made it 
  March 7, 2018
Quoting Josh H Very well made, How did you make the smoke? It looks amazing!
Thanks again Josh! I used VFX Studio Pro for the smoke/Fire effects. It is on the Apple App Store for $.99 (donít quote me on that haha).
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  March 6, 2018
Very well made, How did you make the smoke? It looks amazing!
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  April 3, 2017
Quoting Doug Hughes NOOOOO! That's my favorite restaurant! ;) Great MOC!
Mine too! It'll be repaired very soon!
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  April 3, 2017
NOOOOO! That's my favorite restaurant! ;) Great MOC!
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  April 2, 2017
Quoting Jimmie Martinez Very nicely done photo effects. Keep up the great work.
Thank you!
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  April 2, 2017
Very nicely done photo effects. Keep up the great work.
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  April 1, 2017
Quoting Jon D Uh huh, that seems a bit extensive for a fire though, to run hazmat on all fires, especially with these being nonindustrial dwellings that have little hazardous substance threat other than the structure burning itself, which could be handled by on scene crews, same with utilities, a truck company can secure the gas, power and water just as good as a hazmat team. It just seems like a misuse of resources to deploy hazmat on every nonindustrial fire, especial with a rescue squad already on scene. As for the acting crews, there really isn't a need to say they're acting as another crew, if engine 1 responds to district 3 then it's not engine 3 it's still engine 1, you follow?
Good points, but then again, this is a fictional scenario/city and I currently don't have a utility company yet :D
  April 1, 2017
Uh huh, that seems a bit extensive for a fire though, to run hazmat on all fires, especially with these being nonindustrial dwellings that have little hazardous substance threat other than the structure burning itself, which could be handled by on scene crews, same with utilities, a truck company can secure the gas, power and water just as good as a hazmat team. It just seems like a misuse of resources to deploy hazmat on every nonindustrial fire, especial with a rescue squad already on scene. As for the acting crews, there really isn't a need to say they're acting as another crew, if engine 1 responds to district 3 then it's not engine 3 it's still engine 1, you follow?
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  April 1, 2017
Quoting Josh Amberman Awesome set up man! Keep up the great work:D
Thanks Josh!
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  April 1, 2017
Awesome set up man! Keep up the great work:D
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  March 31, 2017
Quoting Jon D Some good looking incidents Mike! Very well arranged! Just minor detail in the descriptions, why was hazmat sent to both fires? Neither seemed to have a need for them on scene. Also was a bit confused about some of rigs acting as others, was this because equipment was OOS or on another assignment?
Thanks Jon! Hazmat monitors air quality as well as handle utility issues that may arise. I modeled it after Denver's HAMER unit which runs on all confirmed fires. Same idea, modified slightly. Rigs acting as others were due to the original rigs being dispatched to other calls for extended periods.
  March 31, 2017
Some good looking incidents Mike! Very well arranged! Just minor detail in the descriptions, why was hazmat sent to both fires? Neither seemed to have a need for them on scene. Also was a bit confused about some of rigs acting as others, was this because equipment was OOS or on another assignment?
 
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