A neighbor captured the first engine’s arrival and initial attack on Burke Street in Hillsborough County on Monday. Besides thunder and lightning that appear quite close, there is a fair amount of airhorn action, to the point I am not clear what’s going on. On video 2, below, the airhorn sounds sounds again at about 3:41 and stays that way through the end of the clip, more than three minutes later. That’s one hell of an evacuation signal, or more likely, there is a malfunction (caused by the wet weather?) of the horn.
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