Inside A Firefight: Stockton Firefighters Now Wearing Body Cams
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STOCKTON (CBS13) – It’s a perspective usually only firefighters see when they go inside a home on fire.
But, Stockton Fire Department battalion chiefs now wear body cameras when they go into a burning home.
Saturday, one of their body cameras captured a fire in a duplex on West Harding Way that broke out Saturday evening.
The full video can be seen on the Stockton Firefighters Local 456 Facebook page.
Two families and a total of six children are displaced. Everyone made it out safely, and no firefighters were hurt.