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48 Hours with Truck 4's "C" Shift. They arrive on-scene to find a small trailer blazing and possibly a dangerous situation with an LP gas tank near the trailer. The next day of this 48, the are called in to a large apartment fire and our directed to perform one of the many things that the Fresno Fire Department does right – salvage. Their respect for people's homes and personal property is something we have never seen with any other department. Late afternoon, a call comes in as smoke showing. The Truck Company arrives on scene of a Dollar Store and are directed to the rear in the storage. It is filled with smoke, and they bring out their thermal imagers and scan for hotspots. Some of the crew check the many air conditioner systems on the roof. It's hot in Fresno.

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