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Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

Hello Everyone Again, In the wake of our devastating loss in Boston, I have a couple of pictures, courtesy of the North Las Vegas Fire Department, taken from TV. Truck 52 had responded to a building fire in a fourplex. On arrival they were assigned to ventilation. Firefighters Adams and Harris went onto the roof […]

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Out of the Frying Pan…Where’s the Fire (Photo: Source) Sorry for the extended absence. Been a busy few months. Like so many others, my computer fried and I lost everything except my pictures. Well most of them anyway. My kids and grandkids kept asking… Have you backed up your documents. Well, no, I have done […]

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

How Secure are Security Bars? (Photo: Source) We are all familiar with what security bars are? Right? Well, they are the bars that are put over windows and doors to keep out intruders. The principle is good, but the situation can be bad. We had a few areas where the security were in high usage. […]

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

Over Cautious? Maybe… Maybe not (Photo: Source) Many times when we go on accidents and rescue calls, we can become a little complacent. Especially if we have had a busy day. I was asked, recently, about a car accident that we had responded on. It was just down the street from the station and in […]

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Shhh – What can I Hear? (Photo: Source) My wife is forever commenting, to friends and family, “I have heard that story over and over again.” I guess after forty three years together, you do hear the same stories a lot. Well, as long as I don’t tell them, and then tell them again like […]