Report from Engine Co. 82 - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Dennis Smith (firefighter)
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Chapter 10 Summary and Analysis

Winter is coming on as Dennis arrives at the station. The guys are eating and sitting around talking. One fireman just had his new auto stolen, which was parked out on the street. The men gripe about general conditions. Their cars are parked out on the street, vulnerable to auto theft and vandalism. The men want the City to provide them with a secure lot in which to park their cars. There are other concerns. Cops are provided TV's for their training films. Since firemen watch TV in between calls, the City lets them buy their own sets. They also have to purchase a lot of other items they need at the firehouse. They purchase their most important piece of equipment themselves—the halligan tool. They usually have to scrounge for bandages from the nurses at the hospitals. The serious...

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