Woooooooo厖Woooo厖匱he siren sounded. All of us looked at each
other with excitement. The time has come for us to go into action.
From all over the building, we can see Emergency Response Team
members coming out, some looking a bit dazed. A general alarm had
been sounded and the ERT has been activated!
At the command post, the "Commander" quickly briefed all the ERT
members about the situation. There was a fire at the LPG storage
tank, and there was an urgent need to put out the fire before the
tank becomes so hot and pressurized that it explodes. Very serious
and widespread damage will certainly occur if that happened.
So all the ERT members swung into action. From the command post,
they ran all the way to the LPG area. One member was assigned to
the fire pump house to take care of the fire pumps. This type of
fire needed a tremendous amount of water to cool down the tank.
A few members barricaded the area leading to the fire. This was
necessary to ensure that the scene of the fire be restricted only
to people who are able to help, to ensure that the fire brigade
has free access, and for controlling the crowd.
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