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This is first day in new job as a fireman. Use your mouse to select correct and angle and power. Every time you put out the flame you will get points (it is depend on number of current level). To put out one flame you must use 1/8 of your water. You need to pit out all flames to finish current level. When you run out of water, you will need to get back to the fire-station and will your water container again. You must not hit other cars or roadside items because every time you do you will lose water. When your time is up then it is game over. The faster you put out the fire, the more points you will get. There is no pause in the online game, just like in real life a firemen have no break in work. You must put out all 16 fires. Have Fun!
Do you enjoy to clean up after yourself or others, and do you also like to play free online flash games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Fireman Day browser game right now. Am I correct? ;)
Use your mouse and arrow keys to play this free browser game. Fill the water container, check on the map where the fire is and then go to the fire engine and drive to the correct place. After you came to the place of fire, try to put it out.
Firefighters live at fire stations much of the time. Most fire stations have living rooms, kitchens, and bedrooms. When the alarm sounds, firefighters must respond rapidly. Many firefighters work more than 50 hours a week. Firefighting is dangerous work. During a fire, floors can cave in and walls can topple. Flames and smoke can burn or kill. Firefighters may come in contact with poisonous gases or other hazardous materials. To protect themselves, firefighters wear protective gear. The gear can be heavy and hot. Firefighters need to be alert and self-disciplined. Firefighters should be brave and strong. Being good with machines is important, too. A firefighter makes quick decisions, so good judgment is important. They must be able to get along well with others because they live and work closely together.
The goals of firefighting are in order of priority: personal safety, saving victims' lives, saving property, and protecting the environment. As such, the skills required for safe operations are regularly practiced during training evaluations throughout a firefighter's career. In the United States, the preeminent fire training and standards organization is the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Often initial firefighting skills are taught during a local, regional, or state approved fire academy.