Here is part 2. On 18/11/12, the NBCFD and SCEMS were called to a structure fire just a few blocks away from the fire station. An oven in a pizza resturant had suffered a serious malfunction, and caught fire, severely burning the chef. The fire itself was not the biggest problem in the fire but the smoke, which rose quickly upwards, filling both levels above, one of which was full of people.
About this creation
The first casualty is brought out.
She is treated for smoke inhalation and minor burns.
The crew of Engine 2 (FF/Paramedic with the orange trousers, and the Rookie, with an orange jacket) prepare to go into the building to rescue the chef.
When they reach her, they realise her face is severely burned.
An SCEMS doctor, an SCEMS paramedic, and an NBCFD FF/Paramedic start working on her. She has some of the worst facial burns they have ever seen.
The second casualty is brought out.
She is treated for smoke inhalation.
The chef is taken to the ambulance.
She is taken to the Stud County Regional Hospital. Tragically, she was pronounced DOA.
The last 2 casualties are brought out.
Paramedics from SCEMS Rescue 1 from Brickton Central arrive.
A casualty is treated for smoke inhalation.
The other casualty is treated for smoke inhalation and minor burns.
The first casualty is taken to SCEMS Rescue 1, and also tranported to the SCRH.
The other 3 casualties were taken to the SCRH later in SCEMS Rescues 1 (again), 3 from Brick Valley, and 4 from North Brickville. When the other casualties found out about the chef's death, they were all extremeley upset. They were all released from the SCRH within 2 days. Somthing I would like to say to the members of Stud County is that we seem to have a bad lack of ambos. We have enough medical gear on fire trucks, but not actual ambulances. Any incident with more than 3 casualties, and all 4 of our ambulances are being used!
NOTES: I really enjoyed making this one, even if it did take me several hours, and even though balencing a minifig on a FF's hat is a bit annoying! Hope you like it (lots)!
it s awesome! I liked 2 better as well, you really have the touch for this, it was 1 of the best emergency stories I have seen to date! the pics of firefighters with victims on their backs is priceless, you took pics so close in time frame, that it s like a cartoon, we don t miss any of the action! bravo! and mc [late] can you check my emergency medic-1? I d like your opinion on it! thanks!
Quoting Gunnar N
Well I'm sorry! I was just messing around you didn't have to be so rude....
When I said I'd chides the SCFD and BCFD first it's because they're bearer to NorBrick than north Brickville and brick valley! Not because I prefer them, as that would be crazy.
Aw, man, I feel so bad, I hope you can see I was not trying to be rude. Still friends?
Quoting Gunnar N
Awesome setup! Is this the fire squad 1 & 1A responded to? (lol on the spot mutual aide) and ye I brought back the squads
Uh... no! If there was then I would've said! I'm not sure if you know, but you are much closer to brick valley and Brickton central than you are to NorBrick! My first choice mutual aid engines after the NBCFD would be from the SCFD and BCFD.