DFD Decision Making, Destroys Lifes

Report by┬áReginald D. Amos, Deputy Chief (ret) (Last week a fire struck a residential home with the result of a three year old girl losing her life.) The fire was at 5167 Cooper and the first fire truck on the scene was Tac-2 which replaced Engine 46 which was out of service for two weeks …

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Faulty Leadership, not Faulty Equipment, at Fault in DFD

By Chief Reginald Amos, Ret. This is a report about the three year old that died from smoke inhalation and how the Detroit Fire Department dispatched a truck which arrived first on the scene without working fire pumps. Initially it was reported the pumps were broken, then it was reported the pumps were disconnected the …

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