LAFD Engine 33, Fire Showing

Watch as LAFD Engine Company 33 arrives at a house fire and begins the fire attack.
Firefighters from Los Angeles Engine Company 33 begin to fight a house fire. (RB Fire Media, YouTube)

Pre-arrival video in the 13th Battalion

RB Fire Media

LAFD Battalion 13 resources responded to W 67th St. and Raymond Ave. for a reported structure fire. Engine 33 arrived to find a single story, single family dwelling with fire showing.

Engine 33 initiated fire attack, upon TF66’s arrival, the LF went to the roof and E66 backed up E33 and worked on the Bravo side, which had fire showing as well. Battalion 13 assumed Raymond IC, with LF64 also arriving to assist.

Knockdown was called quickly with one patient, a 61 year old male with smoke inhalation and burns, transported to an area hospital in stable condition. 5.23.21

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