POV Of A Firefighter

Salute to the heros.

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-11 1. closecut commented 8 years ago

misleading title.... wheres the sex? :(|)
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+19 2. Paul1968 commented 8 years ago

they risk their lives to save lives ..... RESPECT ...... nuff said
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+5 3. CrackrJak commented 8 years ago

Scary. Much appreciation to firefighters like these.
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+32 4. oleHashow commented 8 years ago

pov firefighting so much more positive than pov police
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+16 5. boober commented 8 years ago

I am a firefighter too,,I was in a very similair situation,,we saved the house too that time,,but more burned than this one did.
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+1 6. loadme commented 8 years ago

#5 reads like: "attention people, i am also a hero. even a bigger one!"
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+1 7. paolo commented 8 years ago

respect for all of firefighters
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+10 8. esona commented 8 years ago

Only a firefighter truely knows and feels the impact of what they have seen.
My father was in the sevice from 19year old to retirement and the things he has whitnessed and been through is horrific.
The problem is them dealing with what they have been through as no one thinks it has an impact on them,yet believe me it truely does.
The amount of firefighters that are actuall alcoholics is massive my father included.
since retiring he has turned into a roaming drunk as have 2 of his works mates.(one now dead from alcohol poisoning)
my father refuses to accept helps as he is in total denial and sadly if you look into it many many more have and will end up the same.
Counciling is a must for these guys wether they think they need it now or not.
without knowing it,they are the bravest of the brave.
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+4 9. aasailor commented 8 years ago

In response to esona. Yes it is a hell of a job and yes alcoholisn is rampant. I too am a retired firefighter and was the worse kind of drunk. But there is a solution and by the Grace of God I found the 12 steps of AA and for that I am grateful. May I suggest you find an alanon meeting in your area and find out what you can do. This may or may not help your dad but it can help you understand.
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+4 10. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

This video scared me a bit, it looks like my home from the inside.... :O
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-15 11. paolo commented 8 years ago

burn bitch (i) (i) (i)
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+8 12. prekazi commented 8 years ago

#11 100,000 sperm and you were the fastest? :S
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+1 13. annieaxe commented 8 years ago

It's 80+ degrees in March in Colorado. This is what we have to look forward to this summer. Thanks, fire fighters, in advance for putting out our flames. Despite what Hillbilly the Great says, you're awesome and appreciated.
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+1 14. esona commented 8 years ago

#9 I'm glad you made it through my friend.I'm also greatfull for you advice but sadly we have tried all this and nothing will work.He wants to drink himself to death and no one can do anything about it.
I pray you keep the strength you have right now and never slip back.You have saved countless lives and help countless families through tragady.For this you have the right to a healthy happy retirement.
Peace and Love ;)
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+3 15. cyberdevil commented 8 years ago

Probably feels a lot more intense that it looks. Good video though, interesting seeing things from a real perspective.