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Mar 26 2014

WW: Houston Fire Rescue

Category: News,Wordless WednesdayLori @ 10:25 am Comments (7)
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I have already posted a Wordless Wednesday photo today, but Andrew Harris of Willis-Klein just sent me a link to this video, and the power of this fire and the very close call will definitely leave you wordless.  You may want to mute the sound so you don’t have to listen to the commentary.

WATCH: Daring rescue as firefighters pluck construction worker from 5-alarm fire in residential building under construction in Houston – New York Daily News

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7 Responses to “WW: Houston Fire Rescue”

  1. Cda says:

    I wonder what he was doing up there so long even before the fire got to that point

  2. Lisa says:

    We are all wordless at our office, watching this video.

  3. David Barbaree says:

    Ok, that guy kept his cool literally under fire. That was amazing! I’ll bet the firefighter had a few choice words for the guy running the ladder after that close call.

  4. Jean Tessmer says:

    I noticed the window and door frames seemed to support the fire and seemed to be melting off the frames. Were the window and doors vinyl?

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