A Year In the Life of a Firefighter, Through a Helmet Cam

Yes, it is as badass as the title sounds. One intrepid Detroit Metro firefighter recorded a year's worth of fires on a camera affixed to his helmet. The video features car fires (above) as well as traveling to the fire in the front of a firetruck. That is enough automotive-related factors to post this incredible footage. As the poster pointed out, many of these Detroit Metro homes in Highland Park are vacant, making their aggressive tactics odd. Putting the fire out as soon as possible also keeps it from spreading to neighboring houses, and as the poster puts it, "we are here to put fires out and the best way to do that is from the inside." Right on. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=xEF0MVjrs5k#! Source: Gawker