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Fire Investigators

a place for those who determine the cause and origin of fires. NOTE: use caution with the subject matter. do not post specifics on incidents you are currently investigating or open cases. This should be a place that investigators can network.

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Comment by Russ on April 17, 2009 at 11:23pm
funny adventures in fire investigation...how a bout some of your funny expierences as an investigator? i'll start---in my first year as a photographer i noticed that all of the clocks showed 8am. i went running to the lead investgator saying "something is wrong, all the clocks are stopped at 8am...the fire came in at 5 past midnight"....he looks at his watch and shows me its 8:10...the clocks were battery operated...i ended up buying lunch for the team(sigh)
Comment by Russ on April 17, 2009 at 11:17pm
welcome to all new on signers. i dont get to write as much as i used to but i am pleased that i was able to start a group that is helpful to the C&O Community. i urge everyone to seek additional education and learn as much as you can. i also urge you to ibtain professional certification through NAFI or IAAI both are fine orginizations and certification helps your credability. everyone please be safe (russ)
Comment by wvumounties8 on March 16, 2009 at 2:13pm
Hey Guys, I just signed up for this site. I won't go into my bachground, since it is quite extensive, but you can see it on my profile. Anyway, just wanted to say Hi to all the other C&O shovel hands out there and say I look forward to chat with y'all and picking some other "experts" brains. Michael
Comment by Thomas Green on March 16, 2009 at 11:16am
GM
This seems to be a place where I might learn something
Very nice to be here
Tom
Comment by Chief4free390 on January 14, 2009 at 7:36pm
Looks Like the group is kind of quiet, New to the group, IAAI Chapter 23 New York here.
Comment by PUBLICEYE -- MARK OSHINSKY on November 12, 2008 at 12:09pm
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Comment by Nella on June 7, 2008 at 3:01am
Hey all, just joined this group and thought I'd post a short intro. I have been a paid FF for 20 yrs and spent the last doing fire investigation. I think this bit of the job has got to be the most taxing but rewarding part of the whole job. Funny story from me: years ago I went to see the movie Backdraft....I was with a large group of (civilian) people and 5 minutes into the movie I leant over and said something to the person next to me....everyone started whispering "what did she say????" So I repeated it ...."I hope that tall guy in front scoots down a bit" hehehe
Comment by Russ on May 2, 2008 at 9:06pm
Just something to smile about...There was a explosion in a sugar mill in the south and i was eating with my wife's family when the news story was on the TV. As the story was being told i muttered "dust explosion" and when the newscaster said that was the suspected cause. Everyone stopped eating and my wife asks, "how did you know that?" i said, being certified as a fire and explosion investigator...has its advantages.
 

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