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  • Fire Trivia Challenge



    The above picture depicts the scene of one of the great fires in US history, or so it is said. How many can answer the following questions?

    A. What was the name given to this fire?

    B. Name a member of the command staff.

    C. How many alarms were transmitted for this fire?

    D. What was the furthest FD called in?

    E. What was the last act of the commander in question B?

  • #2
    LOL PFR! umm E229 cant really see the details in the picture to well soooo I'm gonna have to say the Chicago fire???? not sure on any of your other questions though...

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    Andrew
    South Amboy, New Jersey
    Explorer Engine 6 So. Amboy Fire Dept & Cadet Morgan FAS
    "EMTS DON'T DIE THEY JUST STABILIZE"
    http://engine058.boltpages.com/southamboyfiredepartmentexplorerpost6/

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    • #3
      LOLOL!!

      A. The Great Tumbleweed Conflagration

      B. Lardass (H)something (S)something

      C. 1,000

      D. Peru

      E. umm, I know it involves changing his pants right after he did it

      So how many questions did I get right?

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      Joe
      Daysleeper47
      "When the bell goes ding-ding, its time to get on the woo-woo."
      "Dusting desire - starting to learn. Walking through fire with out a burn..."
      Youngstown Fire Department

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      • #4
        What did webteam do with my post?????? This is starting to get annoying. We are tring to get rid of someone who insults and degrades fallen brothers, yet all web team does is back him up by deleting post and threads that would maybe knock some sense into him.

        O well, like E229lt, my posting privelages will probably be gone soon, but Larry will still be here to insult fallen firefighters.

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        • #5
          Answers:

          A. The Great Fallon, Nv. Conflagration of 2001

          B. Lardass H. Stephens

          C. 1,000 (Plus special calls....)

          D. Ladder Company 7, of the Murmansk, Siberia
          Fire Department was the second due truck on
          the 1,000th.

          E. The last action was to berate each and
          every responder on the assignment for not
          leading off with 14" foam lines.

          Am I right??? What do I win????


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          "Loyalty above all else, except honor."

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          • #6
            Folks

            You are only making the situation 10 times worse by attacking in return. Every party is being dealt with and what has been happening will stop now.

            Thank you
            WebTeam

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            • #7
              Folks

              You are only making the situation 10 times worse by attacking in return. Every party is being dealt with and what has been happening will stop now.

              Thank you
              WebTeam

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