Listen in as I interview Captain Chris Copp from the South Portland Fire Department. He was involved in a near-miss incident with their new Pierce brand ladder 45 when they hit a high voltage power line. Captain Copp tells the story as well as the lessons learned.
Sorry, but no interview this week (but Jared is trying very hard to get one for the next show (#32)! It will either be with a Sheriff Deputy or some members of the South Portland Fire Department about a near-miss incident they had will their ladder truck.
In this show Jared reads 3 Fire News articles (links below for more info and pictures) and also shares some exciting news!
In this episode Jared talks about the Berwick and Oxford, Maine Firefighter LODD. It is very sad what happened. He also talks about NYC’s Siren Proposal and for the Fire News Segment about a local Rockland, Maine house fire.
Here are the links to what is talked about in the show (I got some of the stuff that I read about the LODD from the Radio Traffic website below):
My CoolFireTrucks YouTube Channel has gotten to 100 videos! I am doing a giveaway for that! There will be two winners, one will win a Grand Prize! Watch the video above to learn more!
Make sure to subscribe so you know when the winner video is posted to see if you have won!
Starts: Saturday, March 16th.
Ends (winners are picked): Saturday, March 23rd at 12:00pm.
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This week Jared interviews Deputy Chief Steve Sloan from the Westbrook, Maine Fire Department. He recounts what happened on the night of December 30th, 2018 where firefighters entered a building and an explosion occurred and knocked both of them over.
Links to what is in this episode:
Check out my video of the Portland, ME Fire Department! They gave me a great tour! Link to their website.
Links to the stuff I talked about:
Listen to the latest show here!
This is Part 2 of a 2-part interview with Dr. Rich Gasaway. He is the host of the SAMatters show and teaches firefighters from all over the world about the importance of Situational Awareness and as his tag line goes “how to see the bad things coming, in time to avoid bad outcome.” This is IMPORTANT STUFF!
Listen to Part 2 here!
If you haven’t listened to Part 1 yet, I would suggest going back and listening to Part 1 so you know what we were talking about.
In this episode I interview Dr. Rich Gasaway from the SAMatters Radio Show. This interview is Part 1 of a 2 Part interview. Dr. Gasaway teaches firefighters from all over the world about the importance of Situational Awareness and as his tag line goes “how to see the bad things coming, in time to avoid bad outcome.” This is IMPORTANT STUFF!
For more information all about what he does, listen to Part 1 of the interview with Dr. Gasaway, and click on the links below:
Situational Awareness Matters:
I have reached episode 25 of The Fire-Rescue Show! To celebrate, I am giving away a Pierce Manufacturing Sticker! *MAKE SURE YOU DO WHAT IT SAYS OR YOU WON’T GET ENTERED!* Click HERE to see how to enter!
I also take a look back through the last 25 episodes and also play clips of when Dave Jackson from the Podcast Rodeo Show reviewed my podcast back on episode #5.
The 2019 E-ONE Calendars are out! They are very nice and an upgrade from last year. Order now while supplies last!
2019 is here!
Captain John Brennan is today’s guest. He works at the Portland Maine fire department and he is on to talk about what it is like to work in a bigger department and also talks about Portland fire companies, staff, stations, fire marshals, and a LOT more. Listen in now! Link to the episode.
Here are some links so you can learn more about Portland FD: