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the new brick ford fire dept gets a phone call for smoke coming from the woods. nbfd disptached engine 1 and brush 1 to come to find out that it was a large area on fire. soon engine called for a 1st alarm because the fire had spread to a vacant garage.



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  December 16, 2010
Wow a Massachusetts convention! I'm from right outside of Boston too. By the way, the lighting the fire wasn't the greatest idea in the world. I mean, if you had to do it, atleast find some concrete. Otherwise, good job, though.
michael laprade
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  September 27, 2010
Listen the only good fire I have seen used wa sby a real fireman, he did a demonstration of lego fire at my school. He uses a modded camping stove with a acrylic cage around (you barely see it) and then turns it on high, sprinkles baby powder around it, voila! Contact your local fd before doing this.
  September 15, 2010
Well im from Salem, MA. And I totally didn't even realize you already had a KME rescue in progress when i recommended it! haha lol my email is jameskontoules@yahoo.com
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  September 6, 2010
really where abouts? im from the worcester area i go to boston alot hey can you just email me and ill text u if u give a #
  September 3, 2010
Well for a brush unit, a Nissan Frontier pickup is good for sand/grassland or a Ford for just about all terrain. Maybe a KME Rescue. Oh and i noticed your profile pic is a rig from Boston FD. Im around the Boston area.
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  July 11, 2010
Quoting James Kontoules Yes, fire is dangerous. If you ever plan on using it again (which I advise against), clear the surrounding area of flammable substances, and have a couple 5-gallon buckets of water ready.
lol i hear yea bud i havnt done that in a while i am just waiting to get a good idea so i can make a fleet again because the NBFD rigs are gone so i could make a new rig any sugestions?
  July 11, 2010
Yes, fire is dangerous. If you ever plan on using it again (which I advise against), clear the surrounding area of flammable substances, and have a couple 5-gallon buckets of water ready.
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  September 6, 2009
well guys i have been looking at the comments and i am going to stop using fire and use tissue paper and cotton for smoke
  September 1, 2009
Micheal having a hose right next to you is no excuse.You should NOT ever play with fire.Its no fun geting burned,but if you continue doing this your gonna get burned.Mark my words
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  September 1, 2009
Quoting Mike, Call Sign "Enforcer" Not to mention the risk of causing the surrounding area to catch fire. This is a risk that is too great. Please do yourself and everyone you love a favor and not play with fire.
yes i know it is very dangerous but i also had a hose right next to me
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  September 1, 2009
Quoting Mike, Call Sign "Enforcer" Not to mention the risk of causing the surrounding area to catch fire. This is a risk that is too great. Please do yourself and everyone you love a favor and not play with fire.
yes i know it is very dangerous but i also had a hose right next to me
  August 31, 2009
Not to mention the risk of causing the surrounding area to catch fire. This is a risk that is too great. Please do yourself and everyone you love a favor and not play with fire.
  August 31, 2009
Did you take into consideration that you are releasing toxins in the air from the chemicals used in the cardboard and any other processed product that you were burning and the fact that you are breathing that stuff in? Lets not play with fire folks.
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  August 31, 2009
well first off i was very careful second. if i felt as if my trucks were in a bad spot i would move them.
  August 31, 2009
I do not recommend doing incidents involving real fire. First, you can get burnt. All it takes is one false move, such as a trip and fall and you're gonna get hurt. Second, you can melt the Lego bricks. It doesn't take direct flame impingment to melt them...just radiant heat. So, lets scale back the use of real fire at incidents.
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  August 30, 2009
Love how you use real fire for your incident. Tomorrow I'm going to try my own!
 
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