It seems like on a daily basis you hear about the last minute life saving actions of our brave First Responders are on a dramatic increase. This only increases our need to get Cold Fire Tactical in the hands of our Nation’s Frontline Workers.
Recent news from NYPD further illustrates this need by headlines such as
Unfortunately, we are hearing these acts of violence and how people with criminal intent are using flammable liquids to set property and unfortunately people on fire seemingly on a daily basis.
Cold Fire™ was designed to save lives. Its cooling properties work to remove heat and fuel sources. This allows officers to immediately touch the burnt surface, whether a car door or a piece of equipment. Cold Fire Tactical is a valuable Officer safety tool.
Make sure to contact us and order some Cold Fire Tactical for your department today.
PICKENS COUNTY, S.C. (WYFF) – A woman hoarding gas caught on fire following a car accident Thursday night in Pickens County, according to Chief Deputy Chad Brooks with the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office.
A deputy in a marked patrol unit, saw a Pontiac G6 traveling on Jameson Road in Pickens and determined that the vehicle was displaying a South Carolina license plate that had been reported stolen, Brooks said.
According to Brooks, as the vehicle approached the intersection of Jameson Road and Wolf Creek Road, the deputy activated his vehicle’s emergency lights in an attempt to conduct a traffic stop.
The driver of the Pontiac turned left onto Wolf Creek Road and accelerated the vehicle in an attempt to elude law enforcement. The deputy then activated his vehicle’s siren, Brooks said.
According to Brooks, the driver lost control of the vehicle, veered off the roadway, and completely flipped the vehicle.
These trucks are transporting massive amounts of weight which puts incredible friction on the brakes. Unfortunately, these types of brake fires involve a special type of metal that are extremely difficult to extinguish without a specialized type of fire extinguisher. However, these are the type of situations that Cold Fire Tactical are made for and could quickly knock down a fire and limit the damage. These type of fires are occurring every day.
Another example of Cold Fire Tactical in use at a recent political rally in Seattle. The Seattle Police Department did an excellent job controlling the scene and when demonstrators attempted to set fire to a “Blue Lives Matter” they quickly used Cold Fire Tactical.
You can view the entire story about this incident by visiting our Youtube link here:
Pro-Trump activists held a “Mega MAGA March” Saturday afternoon in Seattle, WA and were counter-demonstrated by antifa, who set a “Blue Lives Matter” flag on fire. Several black-bloc clad antifa activists were arrested.
We found this video compliments of “Atlanta Fox 5 News” and it shows yet another example of how Cold Fire Tactical is on a mission to replace the standard dry chem extinguisher with a Cold Fire Tactical unit. Click on the images below to be re-directed to the original article.
Here is an excerpt of that report and link to the entire article can be found below:
POSTED: AUG 05 2018 06:20PM EDT
VIDEO POSTED: AUG 05 2018 07:22PM EDT
UPDATED: AUG 06 2018 09:14PM EDT
ATLANTA – An Atlanta police officer saved a passenger from a burning car Sunday and the rescue was caught on his body camera.
The fire happened on Lenox Road near State Route 400 around 4 a.m., according to police.
Authorities said a car engine went up in flames after the car hit a metal utility pole.
The body camera video shows the flames and the officer using a fire extinguisher to put the fire out.
Officials said three people were taken to Grady Memorial Hospital.
Police said the officer’s pants were burned and he suffered minor scrapes and bruises.
Full article located here – http://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/atlanta-police-officer-rescues-man-from-burning-car