This 48 starts with some yard work and ends at a huge residential structure fire of a Hoarder's home, lot's of accelerant in the tool shed.
It's 4th of July in San Francisco and we ride with Medic 2 to the the park – it's a head gash. We then follow Rescue 2, a few calls with E7, they help a man who just wants to talk to somebody. The Captain takes his time and shows the man respect. Next it's a possible fire in an apartment building which leads to a busy night including a large vegetation fire. Meet the B.C. who is about to retire and Division Chief Frank Cardinale.
This 48 cont. Engine 5, Mike Alvarez is behind the wheel, it's an electric fire, Captain Wahnless takes us to special event, a MUD Volleyball Competition for the Fire Department.
This is a big show with lot's of fires. The crew of Engine 3's "A" Shift start their day with some of the best tacos in town, a call comes for a fire; the arrive on-scene to a mattress fire possibly set by a homeless person; THEN, the call comes in for a structure fire. They arrive on scene, the fire is blowing out the windows. Eng. 3 is first in- Captain Palmer takes Command and his crew go into action. Garcia on the pump panel, Silva pulls the nozzle up the steps, safely puts on his PPE and with the other Garcia behind him, flames blowing over thier heads..
Station 3, Engine 3 "A" Shift with Captain Palmer. Travelers are Firefighters without a Station for a home. They cover firefighters at stations in a Battalion. Today, we are with Firefighter David Ramirez as he works in the kitchen on some chow, medical calls and a structure fire.
Station 17, roll-call. The young Probie, you've seen him in several early webisodes....arrives to his first real roll call. And as usual, just after roll-call... he's transferred to Station 10; we'll catch up with him later. So, we hang with Rescue 17's crew, EMS call to a muni-bus, next call, smoke at a restaurant. Night falls, a call comes in, it's a structure fire just down the street and who do we find at his first fire?
This is 48 Hours with Capt. Oney Durney, a firemens Fireman and someone they looked up too.
Winter in Cortez Colorado. This 24/7 follows one of the new volunteers, Taz, who arrived early and jumps on a call, a residential fire. This one is down the same road windy and dangerous road we have traveled before. After nearly thirty minutes running code, we arrive on scene, lite smoke showing, the Chief was first to arrive on-scene. Afternoon, training with their brand-new HURST eDralic tools.
In this webisode, we are with two engine companes at the same time from Station 3 and Station 9, at the end of the nigt, the responde to the same commercial fire.
This day is with the crew from Eng. 1 and Assistant Chief Bulke as they respond to controlled burns by property owners that go out of control. First up, the water tender arrives on-scene at a ranch no hydrants. Just as they put that one out, a call comes in for a wildland fire along the river about thirty miles out of town and unhappy property owners.