At approx. 20:06 R-4, E-4 and S-4 responded to a two vehicle MVA on US Rt.22 east bound lanes just before exit 3. FFD units assisted with patient care, cleaned up debris from the roadway handled traff...
At approx 14:20 C-46 and S-4 responded to investigate a call of a phone line down across all lanes of US Rt. 22 close to exit 3. Upon arrival we found a approximately 3 inch in diameter cable caught o...
At approx. 22:30 R-4, E-4 and S-4 responded to the area of US Rt. 22 west bound lanes at the Follansbee exit for a motorcycle vs passenger vehicle accident. FFD units assisted with patient care and al...
Thats me in front of our apparatus. This was my first year as Chief of Department.
Where are they now
The firefighter (Steve Varlas) on the left is with the NCFD (North Charleston Fire Department), North Charleston, South Carolina. Steve has been with the NCFD for seven years.
City dump truck on fire
I am guessing that he should not have flipped that cigarette out of the window.
Where are they now
The young firefighter (Victor Ceglie) standing in the jump seat flexing his muscles is now a Captain with the DCFD (District of Columbia Fire Department) Truck 17 & Engine 30.
Not a good thing to find after a heavy rain
This situation happened when the BP gas station was in the process of replacing their underground storage tanks. The old tanks had been removed and the new ones in place and filled with approximatly 3,000 gallons of gas to keep them in place while they were covered. Before they could be covered we were hit with a storm which dumped almost an inch of rain in a half an hour which caused the tanks to float to the surface.
Heavy fire showing.
Not sure of the location of the fire but I beleive it was in the late 70's
Engine 4 arriving at strip mall fire
The fire was contained by an aggressive interior attack, to Sharon's Attic a gift card shop, heavy smoke damage was sustained to several stores adjacent to Sharon?s Attic.