Watch as FRNSW 514 Banora Point carve up traffic along the Pacific Motorway in NSW as they respond to two vehicles on fire, one of them a police car.
We’ve got the scoop, excuse the pun, on a recent addition to the Fire & Rescue training academy. It doesn’t have a callsign or entry in the FRNSW CAD system, but as the academy told us – it’s “prepared for anything”.
The knife-wielding man was subdued by civilians and firefighters from Fire & Rescue NSW who were returning from a code call.
Having a mascot is something that often brings a sense of kinship or pride to a station – the key is not to leave it unattended with other stations are around…
On the 27th of April, multiple 000 calls were received to a petrol station alight in Windsor, NSW. A corvette had finished filling with petrol and when the owner started the car next to the bowser, it erupted into flames.
On the 27th of April, FRNSW stations 027 Parramatta and 067 Baulkham Hills were responded to reports of a house fire in Winston Hills, Sydney. As crews were responding, the incident was upgraded to a 2nd alarm structure fire.