During that hi-rise fire, I couldn't make our most of the communications between the hose team and the Bat. chief about why the water went dry all of a sudden. Anybody hear it more clearly? And for a fire as advanced as it was, there were no signs of vertical or horizontal extension- especially into the room with the patient and paramedics. Oh well. Hollywood for ya.
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05-24-2000, 08:08 PM #1CollegeBuffFirehouse.com Guest
Third Watch Finale
05-25-2000, 09:14 AM #2N2DFireFirehouse.com Guest
Loss of water was due to a stand pipe failure. Supposedly a supply line was pulled by hand to establish water supply.
05-29-2000, 06:34 AM #3lt109Firehouse.com Guest
Did anyone else feel as though that last show sounded familiar? FF shoots FF's. I watched the show more for entertainment but that last one, I think, was distasteful. It sounded a little to close to the tragedy in Memphis. These writers should come up with some original ideas, not something they read in the news.
06-07-2000, 12:01 AM #4st34ffFirehouse.com Guest
I don't think that the shooter was a firefighter. I think he was a mental case who thought he was one. But hey, what do I know?
06-07-2000, 10:05 AM #5NCRSQ751Firehouse.com Guest
He was a firefighter that had been fired a year before for 'erratic behavior'. Kim told Jimmy when she went to see him in the hospital.
07-05-2000, 01:50 AM #6Call911Firehouse.com Guest
I knew the first time they showed the shooter that something was up with him, but I didn't think he'd do anything like that...
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