Australian firefighter removed the extinguish of an abandoned house “from the inside”
Like stills from a computer game.
To see the work of firefighters is now possible from within thanks to Stuart Smith, who works for the fire Department in Sydney. Getting the message about the fire house, Stewart together with his colleagues went to the scene. He was one of those who had to extinguish a fire directly inside the house. The whole process he was shot on a GoPro camera.
Firefighters attack house fire Homebush
Here’s a firefighter”s view of the blaze that engulfed an abandoned house in Homebush early this morning. Crews arrived shortly before 1am to find flames through the roof. About 35 residents were evacuated from surrounding buildings as a precaution. Firefighters contained the fire and thankfully no one was injured. Video by firefighter Stuart Smith
Published Fire and Rescue NSW Sunday July 8, 2018During the download an error has occurred.
In minute video you can see the fire, and jets of water, and interactions with other firefighters. Overall, this is very reminiscent of footage from some computer games where the action is in first person.
In total, the fire took about 40 minutes. Were evacuated about 35 people living in the neighborhood, as was a high probability of spread of fire.
Fortunately, all ended successfully and without casualties. It is reported that the police began an investigation of “suspicious” fire, because the house was abandoned and nobody lived.