Stockton: Fire Attack & Door Control

Be on the line with Engine 12 at this fire.
(Stockton Fire History Originals, YouTube)

Helmet cam video from Engine 12

Stockton Fire History Originals

Stockton firefighters responded to reports of a house on fire in the early morning of Wednesday December 2nd, 2020. Engine 12 arrived on scene on North Oro to a single story, single family dwelling with fire showing from the rear of the structure. Engine 12’s crew stretched an attack line, decided a point of entry closest to the fire, maintained door control while donning safety equipment, and conducted fire attack. After other crews arrived on scene, Engine 12 made entry into the structure and engaged in a demanding firefight. The blaze was extinguished without injury or incident in approximately 20 minutes after the initial call to 9-1-1.

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The Stockton Fire Department consists of 12 firehouses, and protects 350,000 people. Stockton Firefighters responded to more than 51,000 emergencies in 2019, including an average of at least one working structure fire a day.

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