Various Fire Departments at Woolsey Fire

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    Various Fire Departments at the Woolsey Fire in Malibu/Ventura County.
    Featured departments:
    - Oxnard Fire Dept.
    - Ventura County Fire Dept.
    - LA County Fire Dept.
    - Pepperdine University Fire Dept.
    - San Luis Obispo City Fire Dept.
    - Arcadia Fire Dept.
    - Long Beach Fire Dept.
    - West Covina Fire Dept.
    - San Gabriel Fire Dept.
    - Monrovia Fire Dept.
    - San Marcos Fire Dept.
    - Huntington Beach Fire Dept.
    - California Office of Emergency Services (CAL OES)
    - CAL FIRE
    - Mountains Recreation & Conservative Authority Fire Dept. (MRA)
    The Woolsey Fire started on Thursday, November 8th, 2018 on Woolsey Canyon Rd., south of Simi Valley. The fire spread to the city of Malibu forcing residents in both counties to evacuate.
    Location: Malibu, CA
    Date: Sat. & Sun., November 10th & 11th, 2018

Christi9n
Christi9n

The Thomas Fire was scary than the Woolsey fire

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Christi9n
Christi9n

0:05 that's my station

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Steven Peltier
Steven Peltier

Who’s the person in the vest at 1:30

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Ronald Krurk
Ronald Krurk

Nice shots of those dozes

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wannabe to wasabe
wannabe to wasabe

The Incident Command System's "mother of invention" was in Southern California in 1970 when a number of mega fires burned rapidly and over jurisdictional lines. A common management system had to be invented. Now the ICS is the standard nationwide. I worked my first wildland fire in 1971 in Arizona, near Flagstaff. I had fire assignments in 8 western states by the time I hung up my helmet. I did not work in fire management full time, except for the first 4 years of my career, but kept gaining new qualifications for more positions in the ICS system for the remainder of my career. When I started we were using the Large Fire Organization and then from about 1980 to 1986 transitioned to ICS. This system is fantastic and can be used for any type of incident, both emergency and non emergency, not only fires [wildland and structural], but law enforcement and EMS related as well. Non emergency incidents include handling the visits of foreign heads of state and presidential visits and tours in various locations. Some of my co-workers worked the 1990 visits/tours of both Clinton and Gore to Lake Tahoe as that administration wanted to advance the methods being used to restore the land around the lake as well as its famous water clarity. I worked several southern California Santa Ana wind conflagrations. ICS worked incredibly with not only the U.S. Forest Service, but the county (fire and sheriff), CHP, Caltrans, county animal control officers, animal welfare volunteers (3 cheers for these incredible people) and municipal and county public works departments and even the L.A. Dept. of Water and Power and Southern California Edison. There have been many more. Each individual who is in an active fire zone has to have the basic firefighting course that every agency requires and meets ICS standards. They have to be equipped properly as well. So the animal welfare folks, while helping to evacuate animals (mostly horses as well as goats. llamas, sheep) from an evacuation zone. Watching a wildland fire grow and seeing the response to it, made so efficient by all being under the same command/management system is really impressive. I was a crew boss during the 1988 Yellowstone fires for 5 weeks. It was amazing to see the logistical support build a facility to accommodate incoming crews, engines, dozers and overhead personnel, an incredible thing to witness first hand. It is really awesome in southern California where incidents occur in high value areas, with dozens of agencies involved, with many or dozens of municipalities, county agencies of all types as well as the state, with the CHP, Caltrans and Cal Fire there in force. I watch with pride when I see these videos. I was great to have been a part of it.

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Steven Reynolds
Steven Reynolds

LOVE the videos, nice catch!!!!!

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RTobi (Rummeltobi)
RTobi (Rummeltobi)

Awesome catches! Especially at 1:11 :) 3:50 love it! 4:08 cool lighting on the Chevy!

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RTobi (Rummeltobi)
RTobi (Rummeltobi)

@FB1 Response Videos Thank you and same to you! :)

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FB1 Response Videos
FB1 Response Videos

thanks for watching (: hope you had a merry christmas

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viperq
viperq

What FD was that? 3:52

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viperq
viperq

@OCFireBuff Thanks

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OCFireBuff
OCFireBuff

San Marcos Fire Department out of San Diego County.

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Niagara Emergency
Niagara Emergency

Awesome video! Some interesting units here!

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Johnny Bellamy
Johnny Bellamy

nice catch on those ventura county dozers

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Александр Пыко
Александр Пыко

Good job)

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RF265
RF265

Your Woolsey videos are 💯👍🏼

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Luis100Roblox Emer News
Luis100Roblox Emer News

Nice one

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