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Station 5, it's the first morning of this 48, a traveler is in the station covering for one of the crew. They are all doing chores working on the yard. They had just finished up when the call came in; it sounds like a structure. As they are in route, it comes over the radio that neighbors are calling in, they see smoke. Engine 5 arrives on scene, 1st In, they pull a line, the traveler grabs a pipe pole. Mike is on the nozzle, we go into the fire with Mike as he enters the garage, and it's blazing. After the fire, they all re-hab, get their bottles filled while the Battalion Chief goes over the ops.

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