My fire videos. The names may have been changed to protect the guilty, or if I messed up.
There are times when I either don't have time or don't think a family really wants someone waiving a camera around. So if there are big gaps and a lack of faces it's because sometimes the people involved have suffered a devastating loss or asked if I'd mind not shooting video. I respect all those requests. My primary concerns at a fire scene are public safety, the safety of my fellow firefighters as well as my personal safety and protection of property. If there's any time left for video, I'll pull the camera out. But I'm not going to endanger anyone or anything to get the shot.
Danger Collie Fire Videos
Welcome to the new, improved fire video blog. My fellow geek buddy, Mike, shamed me into creating a new page to host the videos. Yeah, well, when was the last time your auto mechanic tuned up his own car? I rest my case.
I'll try to put the new videos up here and the older ones you can find on the blog page.
This is a rescue drill with a neighboring fire department.
This was the night of the living chase. Around and around we went, but couldn't locate an accident.
Please note that views reflected here are mine and do not represent the department I belong to or any of the other departments you may see in the videos. Some videos have been time-shifted, time-compressed or otherwise edited for clarity.