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Photos from Edmunds Photography's post
11/21/2021

Photos from Edmunds Photography's post

Photos from New Kingstown Fire Co.'s post
11/21/2021

Photos from New Kingstown Fire Co.'s post

11/19/2021

Buffalo FD | 16:30 | Erie Co. | Ladder 7 Reports Engine 34 was Involved in an MVA Firefighted is Trapped | Main & Fillmore Avenue.
@firebuffny

Photos from Kempter’s Fire Wire's post
11/18/2021

Photos from Kempter’s Fire Wire's post

11/17/2021

11-14-21 : Havre de Grace, MD : Vehicle into the Water, Trapped Occupant

A lot of people were saying that this was a once in a lifetime thing, but I gotta say, I’ve been hearing that sentence quite a bit as of late. I was part of the @firstarriving film crew with @karmataun_productions and @jordancraigmedia and @webamy76 this weekend filming (I was shooting still assets) a recruitment project for @harfordcountyfireems

While we were setting up a second water rescue scenario with @susquehannahose a male drove his car off the marina dock and into the water RIGHT next to the fire boat. Captain Marty Walsh was less than 10 ft from the car and immediately entered the water to try and remove the occupant. The pressure was too great to open the door, so Capt. tied a rope around the rear tire to keep control of the vehicle. They then broke out the window while trying to get the elderly male to remove his seatbelt. Unfortunately the car sank and the male ended up under the water for 20 seconds (per the time stamps in my photos) without SCUBA, Captain Marty was able to grasp the victim and remove him from the vehicle.

This is moments after the vehicle went in the water. The driver was trying frantically to unlock the door, unaware that it was the water pressure holding the door shut. Capt. Walsh is in the water and had already tried the door, he’s out of frame on the left tying a rope to the rear tire to keep the vehicle from floating away.

This is my second time this year, witnessing real heroes pulling a strangers life from certain imminent death. Just incredible. Happy I can tell their story.
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#combatreadyfirephotographer #intothesmoke #firephotounit #photojournalist #firephotographer #chiefmiller #chiefmillerambassadors #waterrescue #trapped #firewipes #firenews

Photos from Kempter’s Fire Wire's post
11/16/2021

Photos from Kempter’s Fire Wire's post

11/16/2021

11-14-21 : Havre de Grace, MD : Vehicle into the Water, Trapped Occupant

A lot of people were saying that this was a once in a lifetime thing, but I gotta say, I’ve been hearing that sentence quite a bit as of late. I was part of the @firstarriving film crew with @karmataun_productions and @jordancraigmedia and @webamy76 this weekend filming (I was shooting still assets) a recruitment project for @harfordcountyfireems

While we were setting up a second water rescue scenario with @susquehannahose a male drove his car off the marina dock and into the water RIGHT next to the fire boat. Captain Marty Walsh was less than 10 ft from the car and immediately entered the water to try and remove the occupant. The pressure was too great to open the door, so Capt. tied a rope around the rear tire to keep control of the vehicle. They then broke out the window while trying to get the elderly male to remove his seatbelt. Unfortunately the car sank and the male ended up under the water for 20 seconds (per the time stamps in my photos) without SCUBA, Captain Marty was able to grasp the victim and remove him from the vehicle. This is my first shot as they surfaced.

This is my second time this year, witnessing real heroes pulling a strangers life from certain imminent death. Just incredible. Happy I can tell their story.
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#combatreadyfirephotographer #fire #intothesmoke #firephotounit #photojournalist #firephotographer #chiefmiller #chiefmillerambassadors #waterrescue #trapped #firewipes #firenews

Photos from Nester Video Production's post
11/16/2021

Photos from Nester Video Production's post

11/10/2021

Kentland’s Tower 33 earlier the morning.

11/10/2021

Kentland’s Tower 33 earlier the morning.

Photos from Atlantic Emergency Solutions's post
11/08/2021

Photos from Atlantic Emergency Solutions's post

Photos from Dcfd Rescue #1's post
11/04/2021

Photos from Dcfd Rescue #1's post

Photos from Campbelltown Volunteer Fire Company's post
11/02/2021

Photos from Campbelltown Volunteer Fire Company's post

11/02/2021

Last evening our team deployed to Cumberland County for a missing hiker. The female subject went on a hike and on her return got mixed up in the trailhead leading her deeper into the woods with zero ambient lighting.

Our team arrived and set up a command post with accountability and started creating task assignments. Local fire departments were a fantastic resource and everyone worked well together. Their knowledge of the area are and our knowledge of search and rescue made the incident calm, progressive and positive.

K9 team Raven deployed immediately with handler Christy Sallada (Deputy Chief) who then was followed up by K9 team Alfie, handler Jackie Lebbon. The scent was gathered from the hikers vehicle utilizing gauze swabs from the steering wheel and gear shift lever.

After approximately a 2 1/2 hour track into the mountains K9 Raven tracked to the feet of the missing female who was found on a narrow, not well marked trail. She was cold but safe. Extrication occurred with the on scene resources including our new UTV designed for tight trails. K9 Neeka was getting ready to deploy to leapfrog right before she was found.

We applaud PSP and the Fire Departments for calling us in a reasonable time and not trying to be self heroes, in return dragging out a search incident longer then needed.

This incident resulted in a life saved and proves that multi agencies working together create team heroes.

Our team cleared around 3am with a ride back to the county with a positive vibe.

(The Cumberland County SAR chief was also on scene to assist)

Photos from HazMat 2 Environmental Fire Rescue Company's post
11/01/2021

Photos from HazMat 2 Environmental Fire Rescue Company's post

Photos from Philadelphia 2nd Alarmers Association's post
11/01/2021

Photos from Philadelphia 2nd Alarmers Association's post

Photos from Sheppton-Oneida Volunteer Fire Company's post
10/31/2021

Photos from Sheppton-Oneida Volunteer Fire Company's post

Photos from Berwyn Heights Volunteer Fire Dept & Rescue Squad, Inc.'s post
10/30/2021

Photos from Berwyn Heights Volunteer Fire Dept & Rescue Squad, Inc.'s post

10/29/2021

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10/28/2021

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Photos from Glick Fire Equipment Company's post
10/28/2021

Photos from Glick Fire Equipment Company's post

Photos from West Willow Fire Company's post
10/28/2021

Photos from West Willow Fire Company's post

Photos from West Earl Fire Station 29's post
10/27/2021

Photos from West Earl Fire Station 29's post

Have a safe and happy retirement
10/26/2021

Have a safe and happy retirement

Photos from Christiana Fire's post
10/26/2021

Photos from Christiana Fire's post

Photos from Lingohocken Fire  Company's post
10/24/2021

Photos from Lingohocken Fire Company's post

Photos from Campbelltown Volunteer Fire Company's post
10/24/2021

Photos from Campbelltown Volunteer Fire Company's post

Photos from Claymont Fire Company's post
10/22/2021

Photos from Claymont Fire Company's post

Photos from Christiana Fire's post
10/21/2021

Photos from Christiana Fire's post

Photos from Hellam Fire Company's post
10/20/2021

Photos from Hellam Fire Company's post

Photos from New York City Fire Department (FDNY)'s post
10/20/2021

Photos from New York City Fire Department (FDNY)'s post

Photos from Glick Fire Equipment Company's post
10/19/2021

Photos from Glick Fire Equipment Company's post

Photos from N.C. Association of Hazardous Materials Responders's post
10/17/2021

Photos from N.C. Association of Hazardous Materials Responders's post

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Thanks to Makin’ The Hit Emergency Media Services & News for the response video this afternoon 🚨 The volunteers were sent to The Hampton Hotel in Ephrata for a building fire this afternoon. Fire was out upon arrival and units cleared shortly thereafter.
Houston Fire Department working in the 19th District. I love the HFD-style hoods. You don’t get warm until your helmet is a proper Medium Rare. 🤣🤣🤣
Newport Rd accident?
Aggressive? 👀 🤔🤨
Shared and praying.
I'll just leave this here... 😒
My name is Jo Jo and I tow out of West Palm Beach FL and I have been Towing going on 3yrs this is my truck her name is Bella. We all have a family to go home to everyday. We love our lifestyle saving lives everyday. No one looks at us as life savers but umm hi hello ya that's us this risks our lives saving your broke down vehicles off dangerous highways. All we as for is one thing #slowdownormoveover. It's so scary going on highways no one is respectful no one cares till they are sitting on the side of the road scared because of how fast cars are flying by calling us every 20mins when we coming it's not safe out here. Yup now y'all understand how we feel please be patient we understand. I just wish we can spread the word quicker than this.