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JP59

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About JP59

  • Birthday 03/04/1959

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  • Name: JOHN
  • Location WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y.
  • Gender Male
  • Primary Sector You Work In Fire
  • Your Primary Role Captain
  • Interests Photography and diecast emergency vehicle collector.

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  1. I agree with dwcfireman. We always make sure we have enough manpower to rotate crews. We run a full rehab operation at structure fires and make sure all members are rehabed and hydrated.
  2. Maybe the revolving blue lights will make a comeback for this purpose. You never know.
  3. I think the revision to include blue and green lights/ volunteer fire and EMS is a very good thing. My concern is the following, if we are only allowed one blue light by law, which I personally obey this law, then unless you have a rear facing blue or green light on your vehicle, motorists would not be aware you are fire or EMS. I think the majority of us use a dash light. If they aren't aware, what would prompt them to obey the move over law and give us a safer scene to operate at. Just my thoughts.
  4. Very entertaining video!
  5. LARCHMONT FIRE DEPARTMENT RESCUE 1 WETDOWN SUNDAY MAY 22,2016 AT 11:00 AM AT THE LARCHMONT FIRE DEPARTMENT 120 LARCHMONT AVENUE ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND
  6. Seth, this link should give you the information you need. http://emergencyservices.westchestergov.com/images/stories/pdfs/communications/UHFplan.pdf
  7. Thanks Seth. As time allows I hope to be posting more fire scene photos for EMTBravo.
  8. I believe the hydrant was out of service. When Pelham Engine 5 arrived on scene they hit a hydrant 1/2 block away rather than that hydrant.
  9. Some photos from Mount Vernon's multi alarm fire on W. Sanford Blvd.
  10. Congratulations Hap. You will be missed. Enjoy your well deserved retirement.
  11. Date: 12/14/14 Time: 2112 Location:Oak Street and Chestnut Street Battalion 1 transmitting 2nd alarm for a 2 1/2 story wood frame with heavy fire on second and third floors. Defensive operation at this time. Fire D/W/H 2134: Battalion 1 reports 4 master streams and 2 hand lines in operation. Still exterior attack only. Requesting portable lighting and Rehab unit to scene. 2155: Car 4 reports structure is 3 story not 2 1/2 story. All visible fire knocked down. Companies going to interior operation. 2208: Car 4 reports interior attack cancelled due to structural instability. Exterior attack resuming with hand lines in operation in yard.
  12. Thanks for the update Stepjam. That's a lot of work on the trailer but the finished product will be worth it. Keep the updates coming.
  13. Excellent photos. Very nice.
  14. Nice kitbash Stepjam. That's going to look awesome when you have it completed. Post more photos as you progress. I have an extensive diecast fire truck collection and have done some minor kitbashing. I look forward to seeing more posts like this.
  15. I'll be up there also with my camera. Looking forward to seeing all the rigs and taking some pictures.