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LODD investigative reports provide valuable inside into how fatal incidents occurred. Presenting a detailed report to a firefighters in a training capacity is not an easy task. However, we offer LODD 360s - a summary of the reports complete with structural 360s, detailed looks at contributing factors, comprehensive resources and of course our computer re-creations. see the incident unfold. Get unique perspectives through advanced computer graphics. Learn from what led to the fatal event by WATCHING a computer re-created video based on the final report!

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Basement Fire - Fatal Floor Collapse - FREE PUBLIC PREVIEW AVAILABLE
On July 22, 2008, a 24 year-old male fire fighter responding from a volunteer mutual aid department was fatally injured during a floor collapse in a residential basement fire. Fire fighters were on scene approximately 30 minutes and had made several attempts to locate the fire by entering the basement via stairs at the B/C corner of the structure prior to the collapse.


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firefighter training command simulator Fatal Flashover Incident
On March 21, 2003, a 25-year old male career fire fighter (the victim) was fatally injured in a flashover during a house fire. The victim and two other fire fighters were on an interior attack crew and had just gone through the front door of a single family residence. The hose line was uncharged and the crew was calling for water when a flashover occurred.


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firefighter training command simulator Fatal Apparatus Collision
On April 27, 2004 a 34-year-old male part-time fire fighter died after the engine in which he was riding (Unit 1) crashed into an engine from another department (Unit 2) as they passed through an intersection. Both engines/departments were responding to the same call for a structure fire.


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firefighter training command simulator Fatal Aerial Apparatus Training Incident
On January 25, 2009, two male career fire fighters, age 28 (Victim #1) and age 45 (Victim #2), died after falling from an elevated aerial platform during a training exercise in Texas. The fire fighters were participating in the exercise to familiarize fire department personnel with a newly purchased 95-foot mid-mount aerial platform truck.


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firefighter training command simulator Fatal Vacant Structure Fire
On February 19, 2005, a 39-year-old career fire Captain (the victim) died after being trapped by the partial collapse of the roof of a vacant one-story wood frame dwelling. The house was abandoned and known by residents in the area to be a “crack house” at the time of the incident.


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firefighter training command simulator Charleston Sofa Super Store Fire - 9 Firefighters Lost
On June 18, 2007, nine career fire fighters (all males, ages 27 – 56) died when they became disoriented and ran out of air in rapidly deteriorating conditions inside a burning commercial furniture showroom and warehouse facility. The first arriving engine company found a rapidly growing fire at the enclosed loading dock connecting the showroom to the warehouse.


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firefighter training command simulator Fatal Wind-Driven Fire
On December 20, 2004, a 24-year-old male career probationary firefighter (the victim) died after he became separated from a fire-attack team at a two-alarm, single-story, residential structure fire. The fire-attack team and a search and rescue team entered the structure through the front entrance. After approximately four minutes, the crews the victim was operating with had to perform an emergency evacuation from the structure due to intensifying, uncontrollable fire conditions.


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