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Video from FireRescueVids of Palm Beach County firefighters in action on Sunday at a fire in West Palm Beach.

Sonja Isger, Palm Beacn Post:

Firefighters pulled two dogs from a burning abandoned mobile home in suburban West Palm Beach on Sunday morning. One died, but the other survived, Palm Beach County Fire Rescue said.

At 8:19 a.m., neighbor alerted authorities to the fire at a home in the 4700 block of Sunset Ranch Road, in a neighborhood north of Forest Hill Boulevard and west of Military Trail, said Capt. Albert Borroto, Fire Rescue spokesman.

FL West Palm Beach Sunset Ranch Road fire

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  • LongAgo39Vol

    That's some hustle by the engine crew!  Three lines pulled, flaked, charged, and flowing in under a minute.  Nice work!

  • agates1272

    Three lines off, charged, and hitting the fire within a little over 60 seconds of the pumper's arrival. I would have loved to see the rest of this incident, but damn solid work!

  • Molly

    Wait a sec! At least three lines flowing water in less than three minutes??? That's just craziness. Clearly some sort of video special effects……

  • fire dude

    Should put pumps on their ambulances….Now that was a quick attack.

  • puzzled

    WHAT! No Wagner?

    It's not the same without, Flight of the Valkyries

  • Wizzer49

    Nice work! Quick water from 3 lines and a couple of dogs pulled out! These guys actually pulled their own lines too!

    Good Job!

  • Roscoe

    Wagon pulls up, 3 guys, 3 lines about what, 30 seconds, NICE!

  • Lieu

    What a great vid! Nice to see some hustle and proficiency! 

  • TWO IN TWO OUT

    good hustle guys. thats how you do it.

  • Scott

    Yeah, that was great work.  Under one minute, water flowing.  I guess it's worth the guys getting there early in the ambulances.

  • cbj

    Reminds me of LACoFD Engine 51: "Marco, Chet…inch and half!" …and they each pulleda line. Alot of fire, if I was gonna pull only 1 line it would be bigger, but that was excellent work covering multiple positions. The strategy was right, the tactics were right, the evolution seemed flawless which shows consistent training and good understanding of the basics. Now the question: Why don't we see this more often?