In the aftermath of the catastrophic House Fire of 2017, many in the firefighting community are trying to come up with a new system to fight the fires that are still burning in the Southland.
Many of these systems have already been tested in the field.
However, there is one system that is still being used in some firefighting operations that is not well tested.
That is the Home Fire Extinguisher.
In 2017, it was a new technology and new equipment that were used to fight fires.
It was an incredibly innovative, cost effective and very effective tool.
However in 2018, some of the systems that were tested in 2018 have been used in the Northlands, where fire conditions are very different than in the House Fire.
The problem with using the HomeFire Extinguishers in Northland fires is that they are so far removed from the typical firefighter response.
There is no traditional firefighting response, no training, no fire equipment.
There are no tools, there are no protocols, no procedures, no standardization, no standardized fire response plans.
In the Northland, a firefighter is in a position of being out on a remote fire.
He or she has no standard of training, is on a fireground with no standardized protocols, and no standardised training for fire.
All of these things contribute to a very different fire response that is very difficult to deploy on a long-term basis.
In order to address the Northlander problem, some in the Fire Department have proposed new firefighting systems.
The new systems, while not being the most effective, have at least some promise.
The Northlander system is still very much a first-generation system.
It is not a first generation firefighting vehicle.
It does not have a water jet, it does not use the newest technology, it has not been extensively tested.
However this is not the end of the story.
This is not about how well a system works.
It has to work in a way that allows firefighters to get the job done, even in extremely dangerous situations.
This type of firefighting approach is not just about saving lives.
It also requires a system that can be used by the entire firefighting team.
In this article, we will discuss the challenges of using the Northlanders system, some potential improvements to the system, and how the North Ladder System can be made more fireproof.
What is the North ladder system?
The North Lad, as it is sometimes called, is a water-powered ladder that can reach up to 12 stories and is designed to be able to be used to extinguish fires in areas where there are steep, steep hillsides.
The ladder is constructed from the same materials as most other firefighting equipment, including a ladder crane.
This means that it is extremely durable, able to withstand a lot of wear and tear and it can be transported on the back of a truck or truck with a driver.
It can be driven up and down steep hills and up steep, muddy terrain, even on a rocky, uneven surface.
What does the North pole look like?
If you have ever used a ladder on a steep hill, then you know that it looks very similar to the North Pole.
However there are some differences.
The first is that it has two poles, one of which is used for supporting the North, and the other for supporting a ladder.
This allows the ladder to move up and out of the way.
Another major difference is that the North poles are not attached to the ground by the same type of chains that hold up the ladder.
Rather, the North has four vertical pieces of steel called “sparrow” attached to it.
These are attached to four chains, and they can be broken away easily.
It’s important to remember that the poles can break.
A ladder pole can be completely severed from the North and still be usable.
If a pole does break, it will take out the ladder in the process.
So it is important that if the pole is to be attached to a ladder, that it be strong enough to withstand the impact.
There has been a lot written about the Northpole.
In the North West, there have been a few studies on how the poles hold up, and one of them has shown that the system is able to survive in extreme conditions.
This study is one of the most recent.
However the NorthWest has a number of challenges that need to be addressed before the NorthLadder system can be widely deployed.
There have been several attempts to make North Ladgers more fire resistant.
However a number have been very controversial.
One of these has been the use of an alloy called Kryptonite to replace the steel that holds up the poles.
Kryptonite has been used for years, but there is not yet any data on its durability.
The other option is to replace all of the steel with a solid, metal, metal alloy called “Palladium”.
The Palladium alloy is known for its corrosion resistance.
Unfortunately, this material is also very expensive and