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2018-01-13 08:29:58 PM  
It's always baffled me that the presence of emergency responders on a public street seems like a siren call for the very worst drivers within 100 miles. It's amazing the stupid shiat people will do to not have to be delayed for even a moment so an emergency crew can do their job.
 
2018-01-13 09:13:07 PM  
Charge the driver for the cost of a new hose...Bet they cost more than 81.00 canadian dollars...
 
2018-01-13 09:37:59 PM  
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2018-01-13 10:18:16 PM  
I've never given active thought to this scenario, but why would people think this is okay in the first place? It's not like driving over an air or garden hose. This things are big, powerful, and require a couple of firefighters to keep under control when in use. I'd say "common sense", but that doesn't seem to be so common anymore.
 
2018-01-14 06:52:22 AM  

anustart: It's always baffled me that the presence of emergency responders on a public street seems like a siren call for the very worst drivers within 100 miles. It's amazing the stupid shiat people will do to not have to be delayed for even a moment so an emergency crew can do their job.


The funny thing is, when the usuall assholes come out and stand around taking pictures, they get really pissed off when you stand around taking pictures of them taking pictures of the firefighters and police.
 
2018-01-14 06:54:01 AM  
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Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.
 
2018-01-14 07:08:06 AM  
What a bunch of hosers.
 
2018-01-14 07:11:15 AM  

SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.


They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.
 
2018-01-14 07:17:46 AM  

aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.


I think it's SOP to run it through the car because of the pressure of the water in the hose. Running it over the car instead of through it would could risk the pipe bursting.
 
2018-01-14 07:19:42 AM  

aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.


And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months
 
2018-01-14 07:28:55 AM  
If that guy's house catches fire I want the fire crew to not respond and say "your neighbor didn't want us parking him in"
 
2018-01-14 07:35:52 AM  

SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.


Came for this
 
2018-01-14 08:04:11 AM  

Anastacya: I've never given active thought to this scenario, but why would people think this is okay in the first place? It's not like driving over an air or garden hose. This things are big, powerful, and require a couple of firefighters to keep under control when in use. I'd say "common sense", but that doesn't seem to be so common anymore.


You give people too much credit.  If any thought at all was in their head, I guarantee it was "fark it" Or maybe, if they were really, really thinking hard "I'll be long gone before anyone could do shiat about this"
 
2018-01-14 08:14:38 AM  
After reading the article, it seems British Columbia has an arson problem as well.
 
2018-01-14 08:18:38 AM  
On Thursday morning, a fire broke out at a city storage facility containing gas and fertilizer in Burnaby

burnaby, burn
 
2018-01-14 08:27:43 AM  
I remember watching this one driver approaching an intersection where a hose was running across between the hydrant and the building they were dealing with. A fire fighter yelled at him and pointed his finger, the driver backed up a bit, fire fighter turns to head back to the building and so the driver starts to creep up on the hose again. In the end one of the fire fighters had to stick around outside to baby sit the hose.  There were two roads out of our neighborhood but this was the 'closer' one that most people took.

SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.


There's so many of these images to choose from!
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Pretty old pic that one is, glad its still close to the top of the search results for 'parked bmw'.
 
2018-01-14 08:42:24 AM  
I'm assuming that many of these people are just too stupid to realize they shouldn't be doing this. Yup, you share the road with these geniuses.

OTOH, can't the cops just block the road?
 
2018-01-14 08:42:53 AM  

cherryl taggart: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months


I know a few firefighters who may or may not hang on to a couple leaky couplings to leave in cars in this situation knowing insurance usually doesn't cover.

They just write em up as leaky after the fire
 
2018-01-14 08:47:09 AM  
In Canada they ask nicely after the fact.

In America?

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Hands up while laying flat on the ground? You get shot anyway.
 
2018-01-14 08:58:39 AM  

DORMAMU: cherryl taggart: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months

I know a few firefighters who may or may not hang on to a couple leaky couplings to leave in cars in this situation knowing insurance usually doesn't cover.

They just write em up as leaky after the fire


but again, putting hoses thru a hole that has broken glass along the bottom of the frame?  instead of under the car?
 
2018-01-14 09:05:39 AM  
"If there (are) people in the building, you run over the hose, we lose our water supply, You're putting people's lives in danger. "

Are they parking on it?
 
2018-01-14 09:09:05 AM  

abhorrent1: "If there (are) people in the building, you run over the hose, we lose our water supply, You're putting people's lives in danger. "

Are they parking on it?

  
even better yet, retort to the firefighters "you mean you don't have backup hoses?  you know, in case one of the ones you are using in the burning building catch on fire or melt?"  then yank on the parking break.

/don't forget they carry axes too
 
2018-01-14 09:09:48 AM  

Hyjamon: DORMAMU: cherryl taggart: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months

I know a few firefighters who may or may not hang on to a couple leaky couplings to leave in cars in this situation knowing insurance usually doesn't cover.

They just write em up as leaky after the fire

but again, putting hoses thru a hole that has broken glass along the bottom of the frame?  instead of under the car?


Door window glass is tempered.  It breaks into small bits that aren't sharp enough to damage hose like that even if it comes into contact.  When that glass shatters, the tool used can quickly clear any remaining glass so the hose lies right atop the door and never come in contact with any glass.
 
2018-01-14 09:19:56 AM  

Hyjamon: DORMAMU: cherryl taggart: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months

I know a few firefighters who may or may not hang on to a couple leaky couplings to leave in cars in this situation knowing insurance usually doesn't cover.

They just write em up as leaky after the fire

but again, putting hoses thru a hole that has broken glass along the bottom of the frame?  instead of under the car?


They clear the broken glass  first... like thru a window in your home.
 
2018-01-14 09:21:02 AM  

Gary-L: Hyjamon: DORMAMU: cherryl taggart: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months

I know a few firefighters who may or may not hang on to a couple leaky couplings to leave in cars in this situation knowing insurance usually doesn't cover.

They just write em up as leaky after the fire

but again, putting hoses thru a hole that has broken glass along the bottom of the frame?  instead of under the car?

Door window glass is tempered.  It breaks into small bits that aren't sharp enough to damage hose like that even if it comes into contact.  When that glass shatters, the tool used can quickly clear any remaining glass so the hose lies right atop the door and never come in contact with any glass.


Tiny flamed fist
 
2018-01-14 09:28:10 AM  

DORMAMU: Gary-L: Hyjamon: DORMAMU: cherryl taggart: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months

I know a few firefighters who may or may not hang on to a couple leaky couplings to leave in cars in this situation knowing insurance usually doesn't cover.

They just write em up as leaky after the fire

but again, putting hoses thru a hole that has broken glass along the bottom of the frame?  instead of under the car?

Door window glass is tempered.  It breaks into small bits that aren't sharp enough to damage hose like that even if it comes into contact.  When that glass shatters, the tool used can quickly clear any remaining glass so the hose lies right atop the door and never come in contact with any glass.

Tiny flamed fist


makes sense, didnt think about the tempered part.  personally i dont care about some jackalopes car parked in a way to block a hydrant.

now I have a hydrant on my property that i try to hide/conceal/not make an eyesore with flowers.  The local FD is welcome to stomp the shiat out of them if they need too
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not the best pic of it, but i cannot access my wdcloud due to a recent windows 10 update
 
2018-01-14 09:30:33 AM  

Hyjamon: DORMAMU: cherryl taggart: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months

I know a few firefighters who may or may not hang on to a couple leaky couplings to leave in cars in this situation knowing insurance usually doesn't cover.

They just write em up as leaky after the fire

but again, putting hoses thru a hole that has broken glass along the bottom of the frame?  instead of under the car?


Have you ever cut a fire hose?  That glass is not going to be an issue.
 
2018-01-14 09:37:39 AM  

SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.


It's ALWAYS a BMW...
 
2018-01-14 09:44:18 AM  

Oliver Twisted: Have you ever cut a fire hose?  That glass is not going to be an issue.


that is an odd question.. I have never even held or touched one

have you cut a fire hose?
 
2018-01-14 09:46:41 AM  
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2018-01-14 10:02:10 AM  

Hyjamon: Oliver Twisted: Have you ever cut a fire hose?  That glass is not going to be an issue.

that is an odd question.. I have never even held or touched one

have you cut a fire hose?


Yes.  I used tin snips.  It was a hose that failed inspection, not one being used at the moment.  I use them as bumper pads on my boat lift.
 
2018-01-14 10:02:34 AM  
Well he had to be at the gym in 26 minutes, what did you expect him to do?
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2018-01-14 10:11:06 AM  

Oliver Twisted: Hyjamon: Oliver Twisted: Have you ever cut a fire hose?  That glass is not going to be an issue.

that is an odd question.. I have never even held or touched one

have you cut a fire hose?

Yes.  I used tin snips.  It was a hose that failed inspection, not one being used at the moment.  I use them as bumper pads on my boat lift.


ok, had me worried for a second.  that or somehow I am missing out on the joys of randomly cutting things found in the world

kinda came across as "haven't you ever cut someone's brakes?"
 
2018-01-14 10:12:59 AM  

SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.


Haha of course it's a beamer.
 
2018-01-14 10:13:41 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: [img.fark.net image 425x318]


WTF?  I would think those would either be useless against the weight of a locomotive and the hose would get cut cleanly through, or they would completely derail the train.
 
2018-01-14 10:14:38 AM  

Hyjamon: Oliver Twisted: Hyjamon: Oliver Twisted: Have you ever cut a fire hose?  That glass is not going to be an issue.

that is an odd question.. I have never even held or touched one

have you cut a fire hose?

Yes.  I used tin snips.  It was a hose that failed inspection, not one being used at the moment.  I use them as bumper pads on my boat lift.

ok, had me worried for a second.  that or somehow I am missing out on the joys of randomly cutting things found in the world

kinda came across as "haven't you ever cut someone's brakes?"


Well let's not exclude anything either...
 
2018-01-14 10:17:57 AM  

abhorrent1: "If there (are) people in the building, you run over the hose, we lose our water supply, You're putting people's lives in danger. "

Are they parking on it?


As stated in the article the car can damage the hose and/or if it gets hooked on the car injure firefighters.
 
2018-01-14 10:22:15 AM  

Hyjamon: DORMAMU: cherryl taggart: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

And knowing the insurance company would either deny the claim or jack the already high premiums even higher after paying makes my morning a little brighter as well.  Entitlement mentally should hurt.  Might have saved us all much grief in the last 18 or so months

I know a few firefighters who may or may not hang on to a couple leaky couplings to leave in cars in this situation knowing insurance usually doesn't cover.

They just write em up as leaky after the fire

but again, putting hoses thru a hole that has broken glass along the bottom of the frame?  instead of under the car?


The hydrant fitting is about two feet from the ground. Running the hose under the car will kink it.
 
2018-01-14 10:37:47 AM  
Every time I see a fire there are cops blocking road access to the area. Perhaps that's something they might consider there.
 
2018-01-14 10:54:35 AM  

edmo: Every time I see a fire there are cops blocking road access to the area. Perhaps that's something they might consider there.


They will usually block at the nearest intersections....which still leaves all the people living between the fire and the intersection who just HAVE to get to soccer practice.
 
2018-01-14 11:05:55 AM  

SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.


My sister in law is a fire fighter and it was a highlight of her career the night she got to run a hose through someone's car. They also enjoy pushing stopped cars out of their way in in intersections.
 
2018-01-14 11:08:42 AM  

aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.


While it's a good fark you, it seems like it would be smarter to go over the car. Less chance of the guy trying to drive away and ripping the hose off or cutting it so he can leave.
 
2018-01-14 11:09:28 AM  
If a police officer witnesses it or if firefighters can prove it happened, the driver could face an $81 fine.

Move the decimal place on that fine one digit to the right and the problem will basically be eliminated after the first few people charged and do their tear-stained plea for clemency in the media.
 
2018-01-14 11:11:40 AM  

anustart: It's always baffled me that the presence of emergency responders on a public street seems like a siren call for the very worst drivers within 100 miles. It's amazing the stupid shiat people will do to not have to be delayed for even a moment so an emergency crew can do their job.


Yesterday I had a headache of a drive to work.  Roads are still icy from the weather turning cold, and new snow falling, like ice rink icy.  I wasn't having trouble, but other drivers were, and that made it bad for me.  I saw a fire in the distance, but I wasn't trying to get near it, just get to work.  Along the way, came up on a crash site where the firetruck parked across the road, making everyone turn around.  Which my back up route took me to another crash, that I could get past, one slow moving lane.  I don't want to imagine what the roads near the fire looked like, and glad I missed it.  I have seen people head towards those things on purpose.

BumpInTheNight: I remember watching this one driver approaching an intersection where a hose was running across between the hydrant and the building they were dealing with. A fire fighter yelled at him and pointed his finger, the driver backed up a bit, fire fighter turns to head back to the building and so the driver starts to creep up on the hose again. In the end one of the fire fighters had to stick around outside to baby sit the hose.  There were two roads out of our neighborhood but this was the 'closer' one that most people took.


I came up on a crash site once that was at a very busy intersection, completely blocking one direction; just off the highway.  I accept it, and follow the cop's orders without a word.  But watched a woman ignore the cop, and ended up getting a ticket, playing that I'll inch forward every time the cop looked away.  Except one, there was literally no way through, a bicycle couldn't have fit.  Second, the cop was standing directly in front of her bumper.  Last thing I saw before leaving was the cop order her out of the car.

Anyway, this only makes me more sad, a good friend of mine just lost her house this morning.  A widow living in Oakland county with her son, son suffered minor burns to his arm.  I'm hearing they believe it was her propane tank that started it.  No, not a trailer, some people don't get natural gas line service, so they have permanent large propane tanks that get them through 6 months to year before refilling.
 
2018-01-14 11:12:17 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: [img.fark.net image 425x318]


I'm sure a massive derailment would add a lot more excitement to a house fire.
 
2018-01-14 11:16:20 AM  

Tyrosine: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

My sister in law is a fire fighter and it was a highlight of her career the night she got to run a hose through someone's car. They also enjoy pushing stopped cars out of their way in in intersections.


What, she can't go into opposing lanes to get through?  That's what they do here.  We all pull over right, unless we're already stopped at a light, then we hold till they clear.  They use whatever is open, and go.  We can't run red lights for them.
 
2018-01-14 11:20:10 AM  

MythDragon: NotThatGuyAgain: [img.fark.net image 425x318]

I'm sure a massive derailment would add a lot more excitement to a house fire.


That plastic riser is not going to detail anything. A train would roll through that like it wasn't there.  That's kind of the joke...as if putting those down will protect the hose from a 250,000-pound boxcar.
 
2018-01-14 11:23:45 AM  

lack of warmth: Tyrosine: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

My sister in law is a fire fighter and it was a highlight of her career the night she got to run a hose through someone's car. They also enjoy pushing stopped cars out of their way in in intersections.

What, she can't go into opposing lanes to get through?  That's what they do here.  We all pull over right, unless we're already stopped at a light, then we hold till they clear.  They use whatever is open, and go.  We can't run red lights for them.


Yes you can.

In every You are allowed to safely proceed through a red light when necessary in order to clear the way for an emergency vehicle.  Even if you got a camera ticket for it,  it's an affirmative defense.
Unfortunately Not enough folks know that.
 
2018-01-14 11:28:48 AM  

MythDragon: aagrajag: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

They almost certainly could have run the hose over the car and not through it, but it pleases me that they did not.

While it's a good fark you, it seems like it would be smarter to go over the car. Less chance of the guy trying to drive away and ripping the hose off or cutting it so he can leave.


Thanks for the laugh, unless you were being serious.  If you were, then thanks for the laugh.  Firehose has a lining (used to be rubber) with a reinforced exterior.  A fully charged firehose feels like a piece of steel and has to be able to handle close to 300psi of pressure.  No way in hell is someone going to be able to drive off and snap a firehose that is fully charged.  Even if that person tried to drive off when the hose isn't charged, the slack hose will do a bit of damage until the brass connector (or better yet, the nozzle) will really do a number and most likely severely injure or kill the driver.
 
2018-01-14 11:30:01 AM  

anustart: lack of warmth: Tyrosine: SkyPiglet: [img.fark.net image 750x663]
Not really what happeend here, but on the topic of motorists who put people at risk in burning buildings, here is a BMW that parked by a hydrant. This should offer some satisfaction for those who wnat justice.

My sister in law is a fire fighter and it was a highlight of her career the night she got to run a hose through someone's car. They also enjoy pushing stopped cars out of their way in in intersections.

What, she can't go into opposing lanes to get through?  That's what they do here.  We all pull over right, unless we're already stopped at a light, then we hold till they clear.  They use whatever is open, and go.  We can't run red lights for them.

Yes you can.

In every You are allowed to safely proceed through a red light when necessary in order to clear the way for an emergency vehicle.  Even if you got a camera ticket for it,  it's an affirmative defense.
Unfortunately Not enough folks know that.


And when it's not safe to proceed? What then, asshole?
 
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