ladder fire

ladder fire

[′lad·ər ‚fīr]
(ordnance)
A method of establishing a gun range to a target by firing a succession of salvos with established differences in elevation.
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Two new firefighting equipment, including ladder fire trucks, were acquired by the local government of Manila to boost the city's firefighting capabilities.
Under the terms of an intergovernmental agreement, during 2019-2020, the SES will receive more than 50 units of special emergency rescue equipment from China, in particular, truck cranes, track-type tractor, truck graders, fire trucks with mounted, hydraulic aerial platforms and rescue ladder fire trucks.
It also turned out that the turntable ladder fire engine used in the film was based at Gateshead fire station.
Superintendent Jaime Ramirez, Manila Fire Marshall, said in a television interview that they had to use a 120ft tall ladder fire truck as it was risky for the firefighters to enter the old building.
FBI agents and police found that out using a ladder fire truck and a camera attached to a long pole.
Footage from the scene revealed FBI agents and police officers using a hook and ladder fire truck to reach the inside of the building.
There was an aerial ladder fire engine fighting the fire.
Mr Shears' coffin was carried to the church by a turntable ladder fire appliance adorned with flowers followed by members of Red Watch from St Mary's Fire Station on foot and a second fire engine.
The coffin, draped in the fire service standard with Mr Bannon's firefighting helmet on top, was carried on a turntable ladder fire appliance accompanied by the pallbearers.
A glass-enclosed display case houses fire department memorabilia, including nozzles, a fire engine siren, and a 1920s-era scale model ladder fire truck that was used to train firefighters.
His coffin, draped in a Union flag with Mr Miller's medals and helmet, was mounted on a turn-table ladder fire engine.
John, from Heswall, who owns Dimensions Reprographics in Sefton Street, Toxteth, said: "It was handed over to the men at the Seventh Ladder fire station, the nearest one to carry out rescue attempts at what became Ground Zero that terrible day.