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Firefighters in Adelaide today released a video tribute to the fallen firefighter at a moment of crisis, following reports that his body may not be found after a devastating fire destroyed the building in north Adelaide.
Key points: Firefighter was on call for about two hours when fire broke out overnight
Firefighters believe the unit will not make the trip to Darwin as originally planned, due to unsafe conditions
“We’re just thankful it is over now,” said fire manager Craig Smith
At about 8.30pm on Tuesday, firefighters were called to reports of a bushfire in the bush at Bludland Lakes.
A small blaze broke out in an engine room and escalated into a massive blaze with more than 150 firefighters fighting in all and a number of engines burning.
Firefighters are still searching for the body of the 21-year-old firefighter, who had been involved in a fire rescue operation during a bushfire warning.
As they approached the blaze, they heard “a big boom and two loud bangs” and realise예스 카지노d the flames were burning in a hangar area, fire service spokesman Craig Smith said.
It was later confirmed that the fire was a containment fire.
All of the fire service’s firefighters had been working on the building for two hours, fire minister Anthony Johnson said in a statement.
“To everyone who helped save lives today, in these circumstances, let me say ‘thank you.’ That’s the most important thing to say. I will get in touch with the families as soon as I get the news,” Mr Johnson said.
“We know these families are all doing everything they can to send out the most helpful information they can.
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Mr Smith said the firefighters did a good job with their firefighting response, taking no chances.
“Unfortunately, what they did was cause something to be broken, and it’s a miracle that he’s still with us,” he said.
“We certainly don’t have the chance to recover. But he’s alive. He’s happy, he’s fine.”
Firefighters are searching for the remains of the firefighter, who was part of a fire rescue operation, who has been described as having “intense, determined”.
They are on standby at the South Australian National Centre for Missing and Exploited children, in which a number of peopl