Jack Sullivan, the Director of Training, for the Emergency Responder Safety Institute explains why fire departments need help with temporary traffic control at all traffic incident scenes along roads and highways like vehicle fires, brush fires, medical emergencies, vehicle crashes, hazmat spills, and other emergencies.
New Editorial Posted: Fire Departments Can’t Do Traffic Control Alone
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