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Video: Burning Bus on the Move After Firefighters Arrive. Watch This One til The End!

You will want to watch this one until the end. At the 1:05 mark you will see the bus start moving towards the fire engine as the engineer backs it up.

This is a perfect example of something I have learned from watching videos online. Now, when I run vehicle fires, and I am trying to remember to do it on wrecks, is to chock the wheels of the vehicles involved.

Video by: KSTP. Video info: A school bus caught fire on Interstate 94 in Maplewood on Tuesday afternoon. Traffic camera video shows the bus was engulfed in flames on an exit ramp off I-94 eastbound at Century Avenue around 3 p.m.

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  • Brian Wilson

    You should carry chock blocks made of railroad track about 16″ long with a loop of steel cable or chain welded to one end so when the tires melt down your wooden chocks won’t burn.