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This fire occurred on 10-31-16 in Newark, Ohio. One occupant was home when the fire started. No injuries occurred, to both civilian and fire personnel. Newark Fire Department staffing was at 16 and responded with two engines, one ladder, 3 medic units and one battalion chief. Prevention-1 and EMS-1 are both 40-hour staff and assisted at this fire. A total of four attack lines were utilized from two separate apparatus that were supplied by two hydrants. Automatic-aid was provided by Heath, Granville, Newton, MaryAnn and Hanover Fire Departments. I post these videos so that others in the fire service might be able to learn from the good and/or the bad. Please keep your comments respectful. I have additional command-view videos on this YouTube channel as well as my other YouTube chann...
Newark Fire Department responded to a report of a house fire at 886 Wells Ave. Engine-3 was the first arriving unit reporting a working fire in a 1-story private dwelling. NFD responded with 3 engines, 2 medics and 1 chief officers. Mutual-aid brought an additional 2 engines and 1 ladders. Fire was located on the first floor and in the basement. All occupants were out of the house. I have additional command-view videos on this YouTube channel as well as my other YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/traumawave/videos
This is a house fire that we had on May 9th, 2015. The fire was confined to one bedroom with some minor extension into the attic. The house is balloon frame construction which is very typical in Newark. I missed an good opportunity to order a transitional attack when the first engine arrived. A ten second blast through the front window might have been the key to a quicker knock-down. The first arriving engine is a mutual-aid company. This is happening more and more in Newark as our on-duty staffing diminishes due to budget issues. The mutual-aid unit done a great job as always, but that isn't by chance. We work well with our surrounding mutual-aid departments and include them in on our training when possible. I post these videos so that others in the fire service might be able to lear...
November 24, 2016, Thanksgiving Day at 1539 hours. Newark Fire Department responded to a report of a shed/outbuilding fire at 14 Vogel Street. Upon arrival a 50 x 100 auto repair shop had heavy smoke throughout. NFD responded on the initial assignment with 2 engines, 2 ladders, 2 medics and 1 chief officer. The assignment was upgraded to a working commercial structure fire, bringing an additional 3 engines and 1 ladder from mutual aid companies. The bulk of the fire was located in the ceiling/roof area which was a light-weight construction. The initial attack was pulled out of the building when signs of roof collapse was noted. The fire was brought under control using three 2.5" lines. I have additional command-view videos on this YouTube channel as well as my other YouTube channel at...
We don't know if this Ohio cop explanation that he believed a photographer's camera was a gun even though the victim thinks the cop made a mistake. First off, there was no wanting before the dreadful shots were fired by the cop. Watch the video and let us know in the comment section if you believe this was all just an accident.
On July 9th 2016, at 2306 hours, Newark units were dispatched to the area of N 5th St and Chestnut St for a report of a structure fire. NFD had 17 members on duty responding with 2 engines, 1 ladder, 3 medics and chief officer. Heath FD was dispatched mutual-aid for an engine to fill the initial assignment. While responding the alarm office reported multiple calls, upgrading the assignment to a working fire. This brought 2 additional engines (mutual-aid). Upon arrival heavy fire was noted on the front side of a 2-story private dwelling. The initial attack with 2.5" line was hampered due to two power lines (primary fire building and delta exposure building) down in the front yard. Two additional hoses (1.75") were pulled to cover exposures and assist with extinguishing the fire. One o...
Money media keep telling us that Trump voters are sticking by him, but are they? And what do so-called swing voters really want? Working America, the community organizing affiliate of the A.F.L.-C.I.O., took to the streets of Ohio to find out. Matt Morrison, the deputy director of Working America, shares the findings of the Front Porch Focus Group, and we hear from some of the canvassers who knocked on all those doors. Plus, an F-word from Laura on why it’s business as usual for the Koch brothers in the states. Right wing funders know power shifts from the bottom up, not Trump-down. Sadly, the same can’t be said of our media.
This fire occurred on 3-22-17 in Newark, Ohio. The occupant reported that he was working in the garage and spilled gasoline which ignited. Newark Fire Department responded with two engines, one ladder, two medics and one battalion chief. Initial reports were indicating that a child was possibly trapped in the garage. The male occupant who was working inside the garage when the fire started confirmed that information was not correct. I have additional command-view videos on this YouTube channel, as well as my other YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/traumawave/videos
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My husband, Scott Miller, shot this video with a Canon 60d Camera using a Pixel TW-282/E3 Wireless remote timer set at 20 second intervals. He shot 1600 pictures from 7:00am until 5:00pm and compressed the 10 hours into 3 minutes and 30 seconds. He even took the day off work to help :). The music in this video was found on the free youtube music library. It is a song called Cruisin', by Scott Vestal, off of the compilation album, Bluegrass '95. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email email@example.com
J.D. Vance grew up in a small, poor city in the Rust Belt of southern Ohio, where he had a front-row seat to many of the social ills plaguing America: a heroin epidemic, failing schools, families torn apart by divorce and sometimes violence. In a searching talk that will echo throughout the country's working-class towns, the author details what the loss of the American Dream feels like and raises an important question that everyone from community leaders to policy makers needs to ask: How can we help kids from America's forgotten places break free from hopelessness and live better lives? TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for ta...
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Buckeyes WR Johnnie Dixon on the play he's scored on three times this season.