Live Rescue: Top 6 Biggest Blazes – Part 2 | A&E

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Check out some of the most intense fires from Live Rescue in part 2 of the Biggest Blazes! #LiveRescue
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30 thoughts on “Live Rescue: Top 6 Biggest Blazes – Part 2 | A&E

  1. Love seeing a battalion chief at work. My dad was a battalion chief and I’ve never seen him on the job. So cool to imagine what he was like directing a team. ❤️ thankful for all of our firefighters and police!

  2. take note people, the thing missing is the smoke detectors. They would be going off at this smoke. Smoke detectors are the biggest defense and the first line of defense.

  3. Amazing job guys!
    Right before my dad retired after 26+ yrs of duty, they had a factory fire that made metal frames I believe so there was about 50-100 gas tanks all over. It took them over 24hours with i believe 10 different departments all over it.the chief and crew was amazing but they just couldn't catch control. The chief was telling me that they had tanks exploding left and right and he saved my dad's life my dad came around a corner right as a tank started to blow up and the chief noticed ran up to him and threw them back around the corner. When we went to bring water to the guys and check to see if they needed water it looked like there was a huge black storm cloud that's how thick and high the smoke was. I got major respect these dudes. I could never go into a burning building lol

  4. Good bless our Fire Departments!!! 🙌🏼🙏🏼🙌🏼🙏🏼🙌🏼🙏🏼🙌🏼🙏🏼 True true hero’s!! 24 hour shifts unbelievable, I work with people who complain working a normal 8 hour shift a day and these guys are out there putting out fires for 24 hours straight!! Absolutely amazing men I salute you gentlemen thank you so much for your service you are highly appreciated for your work and dedication keeping us all safe!! Thank you!! 🙏🏼❤️

  5. To be a fire fighter is one of the humbling jobs in the world I've always loved them but it's something about those fire fighters in California 🙏

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