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    Hello...looking for anyone that has additional photos of the fire featured on the March FH cover. It's a great photo, and I was going to use it for a training tool. If anyone was at the fire, or had any info on the layout of the structure, total fire involvement, and how it all went, that would be great! Kudos on a great photo!

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    Ngn,
    You can go to http://www.fortworthfire.com or go straight to the pics here
    http://www.fortworthfire.com/cgi-bin...y=Firefighters
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    Thanks for the links, Grant!
    I've got that one bookmarked now!!
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    Actually, I'm looking for info on the March Cover...but the info on the February cover from Grant is also very useful...Thanks!!!

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    Oops! Sorry about that. I was not paying attention. Here is a link to a photo site for Buffalo FD. Do not know if your pics are in here or not. It is not the same photographer, but they may have been at the same fire. Here is the link http://www.fireladyphotography.com/pictureindex1.html
    Always remember the CHARLESTON 9

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    www.firehistory.org
    www.sconfire.com

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    Looks like the photographer is a veteran Boston FF with a pretty extensive history of fire photo's. He's on the web on a number of sites with calendars, George Hall's Code Red site, etc. I don't recognize the location of this fire, but I'm sure it was one of a very large number of arson fires that Buffalo dealt with last year. There was an arsonist running loose last year who lit dozens of fires, sometimes several a day, until they eventually caught and arrested him.

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    Good picture on the cover for March.

    I have to wonder what the author meant by the firefighter, breaking a big line. It appears to me that it may be an 2-1/2" or even a 1-3/4" line. I guess is depends on what you call a big line.

    We consider a big line as 3 inch and above. Just what we call them.



    Stay Safe and Well out there.....







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