Lessons Learned from the Charleston 9 LODD Incident with David Griffin

Lessons Learned from the Charleston 9 LODD Incident with David Griffin

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On this episode, we discuss a major line-of-duty-death incident: the loss of the Charleston Nine.
It happened on the evening of June 18, 2007, at the Sofa Super Store in Charleston, South Carolina. About 40 minutes into the call, there was a flashover, and the roof collapsed. Firefighters caught in the flashover were unable to escape and were trapped under the collapsed roof.
My guest was there. Dr. David Griffin is a battalion chief today, but he was the engineer on the first-due engine on ... See More

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