Check this out. 6000 feet sure is a lot of LDH to pick up.

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No fire here. Just a lot of hose. The tags indicate this is the Rincon Fire Department in Georgia (Effingham County). This took place along Horsepen Road.

Here’s the description with the video:

Extending our Hydrants by a mile. We are able to achieve a constant flow of 950 gpms in 11 minutes with a total of three personnel.
-6,000 All American Hose, LDH HFX, 5″
-35 MPH Deploy
-ISO Drill
-Maintain 950 GPM w/ 6,000′ of LDH Fire Hose

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