Video: Firefighter finds red bellied snake in helmet!
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A firefighter from 455 Rutherford in New South Wales was heading to another station to cover a shortage when he noticed something move near his gear. Upon closer inspection, there appeared to be a red bellied black snake which had made its way into the station and into the firefighters turnout gear.
Speaking with the firies there, they said they left it alone and called a snake handler to come and grab it.
A firefighter from 455 Rutherford in New South Wales was heading to another station to cover a shortage when he noticed something move in his gear.Video from Rutherford 455 Fire Station FRNSW.
Posted by Flashover – Australian Firefighting on Friday, 19 January 2018
Okay, well, that’s horrendous!
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