9/11 Timeline Revisted 9:03am – Never Forget

9:03AM Flight 175 crashes at about 590 mph (950 km/h, 264 m/s or 513 knots) into the south face of the South Tower (2 WTC) of the World Trade Center, between floors 77 and 85.[15] All 65 people on board the aircraft die instantly on impact, and unknown hundreds in the building as well. By this time, several media organizations, including the three major broadcast networks (who have interrupted their morning shows), are covering the first plane crash—millions see the impact live. Parts of the plane, including the starboard engine, leave the building from its east and north sides, falling to the ground six blocks away.

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Heavy fire from abandoned house in Surrey, British Columbia

July 13 2014 – 9700 blk 137th St @ just after 6:00am
1 story abandoned home on fire and spread adjacent home, luckily the residents were not home. A 2nd alarm was called for additional manpower.

20 FFs on scene – No word on a cause, but I’m sure its being treated as suspicious.

Close call – parapet wall collapses – Vancouver BC fire

June 7th 2014 – 700 blk E Broadway in Vancouver, BC
A parapet wall collapse minutes after a Capt reported it being imminent.

No firefighters were injured in the 4-alarm blaze

Fire Truck Placement On Vehicle Fires – Close Call Video

We know better. I have written about this particular issue for years. If you cannot place your rig in the proper position chock the vehicle on fire.