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Digging at a fire

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by shovelman, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. shovelman

    shovelman Member
    Messages: 53

    Local Fd needed to have the debris for a house fire pulled out of basement to make it safe to finish putting out fire . Being on a neighboring department they called for my excavator being it has a clamp on it. house was a total loss thought not often to shot a pic that close to a fire truck

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  2. carkey351

    carkey351 Senior Member
    Messages: 229

    cool pic. you think they have enough patch goo on the road?? maybe they should just re-pave it instead??
  3. shovelman

    shovelman Member
    Messages: 53

    Not this town they think patch goo is pavement:laughing:
  4. 02powerstroke

    02powerstroke PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,188

    nice. we did that once but we ripped the house down and stuffed it into the basement to make sure it was out lol
  5. KL&M Snow Div.

    KL&M Snow Div. PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,616

    That's a pretty cool picture.
  6. Nozzleman

    Nozzleman Senior Member
    Messages: 267

    A Bobcat and a Sutphen, nice picture.
  7. cotter

    cotter Senior Member
    from Ohio
    Messages: 182

    Suktfin? BOOO!!!
    That is the way to pull ceilings though.
  8. shovelman

    shovelman Member
    Messages: 53

    If you want to see this fire go to Holmes fire dist. com they have pics posted from bystander before FD arrival
  9. DrakeSabitch

    DrakeSabitch Senior Member
    Messages: 119

    any shots of the house?
  10. dfd9

    dfd9 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,475

    That\'s the cheatin\' way of overhaul.

    Could\'ve used one on a MA call this summer, wasted an awful lot of water keeping the roof from burning while allowing the fire to free burn underneath. Waste of a night that was.