Have you ever recognized the feeling you get when youre watching the news on the evening news of a fire in your neighborhood, or while watching a sporting event on the evening news with your company and coworkers?
Thats right, while youre at work, someone has set fire to the house. The only way to get the feeling anymore than it was real and thats a big L because the likelihood of survivors is slim to none. The house has burned through most of its contents and most of the contents inside was either destroyed or left behind. Thats right, while most of us only think of 1 percent of the incidents we could be involved in, well in the case of a fire that claims lives, there is a 50 to 1 chance of survivors.
Now I am not talking about the 10 to 15 percent of fires that kill or severely injure us, but about the 90 to 95 percent of fires that do not. When 95 percent of the time, it is already too late. When 95 percent of the time, we are already screwed. When 95 percent of the time, we need to make saves.
The engine company that rescued you, from a burning roof in a heavily populated section of the city, may get a little grief, but remember that it is you who saved a life. The rescue of another firefighter in trouble, may get a thumbs up from your superior officer, but remember that it was your decision to make and not him or she.Disclaimer: The preceding content was generated by an AI algorithm, trained on millions of points of data scoured from the web. It is constantly updating itself, but while some of the information presented in this article may be true, none of the facts have been verified.