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2017 Season Finale - our 200th Show since we launched in 2007 - On December 27th - Harrisburg Bureau of Fire: It's a huge structure fire, the Tower is 1st in and it's not their 1st due area. This is the first Six-Camera shoot, from out of the barn to the very first on-scene. We are filming before the 1st lay of hose line...your gonna love this show... Wishing our 1st Responders from around the world a safe and warm Holiday Season...
Sincerely, the producers and crew from Tule Fog Productions.
Broadcast on November 30th
NOW!!! Our 2017 FDIC Experience Finale - The Fallen Firefighters 911- Stair Climb.
Follow Lt. Mike Bastedo from the Snyder Fire Department from the opening ceremony thought his exhausting climb of 2200 stairs to the ringing of the bell - a very heart warming show of what thousands of firefighters from around the world do in support of the lives lost on September 11th; we will never forget...
Dear Battalion Viewer,
We would like to wish you and your families a safe and warm Thanksgiving Holiday, we are so thankful for your continued support as we continue to grow our viewer base from your word-of-mouth to 1st Responders around the world.
Please stay safe...
Our Current New Show with Harrisburg Bureau of Fire continues with a two story structure fire, we arrive on scene with what the call, "Recall" since they only have 14 firefighters staffed, a structure fire brings in mutual aid with surrounding departments and Harrisburg firefighters off-duty, are called in, we ride with Recall. A boys bike gets toasted in this arson fire and the department finds the boy several newer bikes to choose from, he's speachless. A department doing what it can for it's community. This show features some great helmet camera from both the B.C.
New Current Show: October 19th - this Special show was at the request of Prince George County Fire/EMS to feature a story of a firefighter that we interviewed earlier in the year that had thought she had beaten cancer, she is now fighting for her life. We will bring you here interview as will as a high note of sorts with a B.C. practicing his bagpipes on the apparatus floor and we take a long ride with the Safety Officer to a structure fire, a home in the woods fully involved and no hydrants....
Our hearts and prayers not only go out to the family of Fire Chief Brunacini, but also to his many friends that are feeling the lose of the former Phoenix Fire Chief who served as the Chief for 28 years.
Chief Brunacini joined the Department in 1959 and became the Chief in 1978. Chief Brunacini held every sworn position in the organization, including engineer, Captain, Battalion Chief and Assistant Chief. He was also a pioneer of the current National Standard on Firefighter Safety, NFPA 1500; rest in peace Chief...
We Now Present you with the Premiere of the Harrisburg Bureau of Fire.
This first webisode is more of an introduction to the Chief, the Deputy Chief one of the Battalion Chiefs that will soon retire and several members of the crew on the Tower at Station 1 whom you will be seeing a lot of during this series of seven shows over the next six months. We have a lot of action and some great training from Firemanship Day.
Our "9/11/11 Ground Zero Dedication Special"
This show includes footage from the games as well as the first look of the 911 Memorial prior to it's opening and then the families of the fallen firefighters as they speak to the thousands of people from around the world visiting the site of this devastation to our Nation.
We continue to pray for the souls lost on the horrific day in the history of our Country...stay safe.
From the crew of Tule Fog Productions
Our CURRENT new show is from our NEW Series, American Firehouse Cuisine with Joe Bonanno, a retired FDNY Firefighter and a very well know Chef, he's been on all the cooking shows, yes..even Martha Stewart.
Check it out!
Our Hearts and Prayers to Harvey's Survivors and its Heroes
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 16:56
From our hearts we pray for the survivors of the devastation of Hurricane Harvey's wrath and our continued support for our Countries 1st Responders and their support staff of men and women from Texas, nearby states that have brought their water crafts and anything that floats to save lives.
The Crew of Tule Fog Productions