Lots of Fire Engines, Police Cars, Water Tenders, Crew Busses and Battalions responding to a 17 Acre Wildfire (#RinconFire) on Highway 9 near Paradise Park. Forward progress has been stopped after two days of firefighting. Multiple firefighters were injured per CalFire.

Agencies Responding:
CalFire (CZU, BEU, SCU, LNU)
Santa Cruz FD
Scotts Valley FD
Aptos FD
Branciforte FD
Central FD
Ben Lomond VFD
Zayante VFD
Bonny Doon VFD
Felton VFD
California Highway Patrol
Santa Cruz PD
Santa Cruz County Sheriff
And more...

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    • Newark Fire Vehicle
      Newark Fire Vehicle

      Isnt that the Chicago Fire Show Siren That The Truck Used At 1:42?

      about 7 days ago
    • Jake Eves
      Jake Eves

      In frontenac county ontario canada when a forest fire call gose out canada airbourn fire services get it first then the fire departments are notified. threason why this happens is so that the helicopters and fire fighting aircraft can get to the fire and begine suppresing itso the fir departments can knock it down

      about 2 months ago
    • Santa Cruz Films
      Santa Cruz Films In reply to Jake Eves

      Most of the engines in this video are made by Pierce, HME, and Rosenbauer.

      about 2 months ago
    • Jake Eves
      Jake Eves In reply to Jake Eves

      what make and model are the fire trucks in this video oh and thanks for hearting my comment

      about 2 months ago
    • Caden Roush
      Caden Roush

      Poor tiller that got cancelled

      about 2 months ago
    • William LaCombe
      William LaCombe

      Bro, this footage was amazing! Keep up the great content!

      about 3 months ago
    • making this world a better place j
      making this world a better place j

      Has anyone seen the documentary fire chasers

      about 3 months ago
    • Jonathon Bangerter
      Jonathon Bangerter

      good video but sad night

      about 3 months ago
    • Caio Monteiro
      Caio Monteiro

      📻🏡

      about 4 months ago
    • TheNomadicMonk
      TheNomadicMonk

      Only in California you have convicts fighting fires brought to the scene in heavily armored trucks!

      about 4 months ago
    • Nerdwith4x4
      Nerdwith4x4

      7:51 The tanker is dripping something

      about 7 months ago
    • razrramonel4077
      razrramonel4077

      It really must have been a really bad fire for a lot of Fire Departments and Police Agencies to respond to the scene.

      about 7 months ago
    • High King Dovah
      High King Dovah

      Not just sheriffs, CHP

      about 7 months ago
    • Dan Conner
      Dan Conner

      Dang, hope someone stopped and picked up the hotdogs. Dang it, another false alarm.

      about 7 months ago
    • Fun Awesome
      Fun Awesome

      Are the wildfire in C.A?

      about 7 months ago
    • Santa Cruz Films
      Santa Cruz Films In reply to Fun Awesome

      Yes

      about 7 months ago
    • madrabbitt
      madrabbitt

      Was that a tundra? The first pickup with a shell.

      about 7 months ago
    • Santa Cruz Films
      Santa Cruz Films In reply to madrabbitt

      Yes, SCFD Battalion Chief 3103.

      about 7 months ago
    • chris coal
      chris coal

      I saw a couple trucks that were marked Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation starting at 9:35. Do inmates work fires there?

      about 8 months ago
    • chris coal
      chris coal In reply to chris coal

      If they are not violent offenders,and i assume they are not because they probably would not be allowed to volunteer for this if they were then they might actually be considered. They have the training and experience so why not?

      about 7 months ago
    • Alasdair Greig
      Alasdair Greig In reply to chris coal

      @chris coal unfortunately not, their criminal records stop them from becoming firefighters, often because firefighters need to be EMTs as well

      about 7 months ago
    • chris coal
      chris coal In reply to chris coal

      cool...gives them a chance at a career in firefighting also(?). seems like a win win to me.

      about 7 months ago
    • Alasdair Greig
      Alasdair Greig In reply to chris coal

      Some inmates get the chance to go to Fire Camp, where they train to fight brush fires
      There's a documentary series on Netflix about it

      about 7 months ago
    • 1999 Ford Crown Victoria
      1999 Ford Crown Victoria In reply to chris coal

      Yes

      about 8 months ago
    • Adrik Burkholder
      Adrik Burkholder

      Oh, this is gonna get annoying if I start doing fires

      about 8 months ago
    • fox ZONE NRED STUDIO
      fox ZONE NRED STUDIO

      code 3 light s and srien's

      about 8 months ago
    • Nikiwaka Whatuwant
      Nikiwaka Whatuwant

      Is this what is now the “Camp Fire “?

      about 8 months ago
    • OCFireBuff
      OCFireBuff In reply to Nikiwaka Whatuwant

      No, the Camp Fire is way north of this fire.

      about 8 months ago
    • Chevy4x4dawg
      Chevy4x4dawg

      All good looking units but 7:48 best tender!!!! And rotators!!!!!!!

      about 8 months ago
    • Jonathan Schwarz
      Jonathan Schwarz

      EW ROSENBROKEN!

      about 8 months ago
    • Советский Союз
      Советский Союз

      I’m in a fire department in Nevada we would help but chief said let California solve there own problem.

      about 8 months ago
    • Chris Boek
      Chris Boek In reply to Советский Союз

      Sounds like your chief has his head up his/her a.. when they need the help they need the help regardless of who needs it we help each other out and when he doesn't help other depts out he looses money for your Dept etc a out of county strike team assinment comes up the engine makes 3k a day from the time it leaves quarters to the time it comes back and the firefighter makes 750.00 a day from time he/she leaves to the time they get back iv made 3k for a 6day deployment if you don't have the resources to send them that's one thing but to have that attitude is not right cheers and I'm sorry if my attitude and what I said is offenseive not meant to be that way but that's my opinion and opinions are like assholes everyone has them and I'm sure other chiefs have the same mentalitys as yours does I can only speak for myself and how I would respond cheers and I hope your season was a univentful one sir/ma'am cheers from California

      about 8 months ago
    • Brayden Winecoff
      Brayden Winecoff

      Love how dispatcher says “another wild land fire”

      about 8 months ago
    • Alberto Cuevas
      Alberto Cuevas

      The car on 9:04 should get a ticket. Making the Sheriff come to a complete stop.

      about 8 months ago
    • CobraEmergencyVideos - North America
      CobraEmergencyVideos - North America

      Nice work. Gotta love brush fire responses.
      Crazy that 3 FFs were hurt though. Wishing them all the best.

      I've been following the Camp & Woolsey Fires and Jeeez... that stuff's crazy.

      about 8 months ago
    • David Schieler
      David Schieler

      they got their hands full with the paradise fire and the ones here in Malibu  and thousand oaks  read paradise fire 9 people are dead  wonder how that started?  santa anna winds?

      about 8 months ago
    • Samuel Orlich
      Samuel Orlich

      Has anyone seen the Netflix documentary on CalFire? Absolutely impressive the apparatus and resources that get used for these wildland fires.

      about 8 months ago
    • DAVID L
      DAVID L In reply to Samuel Orlich

      What’s it’s called

      about 13 days ago
    • Robert844
      Robert844 In reply to Samuel Orlich

      @Roger Airgood lol. I was gonna say the same thing

      about 6 months ago
    • Roger Airgood
      Roger Airgood In reply to Samuel Orlich

      It's a really shitty documentary to be honest. Some of the video is interesting I guess.

      about 8 months ago
    • bob o
      bob o

      Reduce the number of Police Vehicles paid for by the State by at least fifty percent .. and invest those funds into more Fire Fighting Equipment .. an overall better balance of public service use of taxpayers dollars. The world needs more firefighters.

      about 8 months ago
    • Randy Carpadus
      Randy Carpadus In reply to bob o

      Police vehicles aren't paid for by the state...

      about 8 months ago
    • Sarge_m16
      Sarge_m16 In reply to bob o

      50%?!
      Thats insane!
      Do you want police responde times to be an hour plus? Departments are already stretched thin. They can't serve the public and have their cars taken away. What are they going to do respond on horseback?

      about 8 months ago
    • ericpl72
      ericpl72

      Must have been a slow night for the PDs and FDs! Holy hell, how many police cars do you need for a little grass fire?!

      about 8 months ago
    • Randy Carpadus
      Randy Carpadus In reply to ericpl72

      We weren't hearing the radio traffic, from the number of rigs, and where some of them were coming from, the fire was obviously bigger than a small spot. Also there is no "grass" in that area, it's brush and timber and is a critical fire danger area. The cops were for possible or actual evacuations.

      about 8 months ago
    • Keaton0801
      Keaton0801 In reply to ericpl72

      Little? Hahaha biggest understatement of the year. This isn’t a rare event like in the east coast, where it can be put out in a few minutes. With California drought, all it takes is 2 minutes and a cigarette butt to make a 5 acre wildfire, by the time they get on scene, it could be 10-15 acres.

      about 8 months ago
    • Sanddab Z
      Sanddab Z In reply to ericpl72

      ericpl72, because little grass fires grow into BIG fires, ask the people in Butte County or Santa Rosa~

      about 8 months ago
    • mmtallm
      mmtallm In reply to ericpl72

      At first I was thinking the same thing, figured it was a slow night for the Sherriff's dept, but, considering (as others have pointed out), the number of people that may need to be notified to evacuate, you need a ton of support. I also didn't realize that this had grown to 17 acres from the original 20x20 with slow advancement

      about 8 months ago
    • Michael R
      Michael R In reply to ericpl72

      Actually a lot for traffic management and if it's in a residential area and involves evacuations, a you need a ton!

      about 8 months ago
    • Black Knight
      Black Knight

      With all the PD responding it looked more like a high speed pursuit in L.A. then a 4 acre vegetation fire.

      about 8 months ago
    • Santa Cruz Films
      Santa Cruz Films In reply to Black Knight

      Santa Cruz Sheriffs Office responded to assist with emergency evacuations, hence the large response from them.

      about 8 months ago
    • firefighter7752
      firefighter7752

      What camera do you use ?

      about 8 months ago
    • Santa Cruz Films
      Santa Cruz Films In reply to firefighter7752

      Canon EOS 550D camera body, but in low light conditions I prefer using a 50mm f/1.8 lens, which is not stabilized. during the day I use a standard Canon 18-55mm STM lens.

      about 8 months ago