On Saturday, the shift began w/ a DOA w/ E6 & M6. Later in the afternoon, E5,E9,M9,RS1 were sent to the 1600 Block of Orange AV NW for a car into a building. It was determined once units were on scene that no injuries were found, but that the small garage would need to be shored up so that the owners could remove a vehicle before it collapsed. Pictured below are some of the pictures taken by a set of free hands. The rest of the shift was fairly slow for the Engine, however the Medic unit was up most of the night.
Ladder 1 arriving
Upon arrival of E5, there crews placed the Rescue Jacks for temporary stabilization.
One of the questions raised was whether a raker shore would be needed on this wall that appeared to be displaced. It was later discovered that the greater need was on the other wall due to the wall being seperated from the foundation.
Two-Post vertical shore put in place by crews of the HTR team.
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