字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - We have to go and put out that fire! Left! There we are, stop the car! Pshh! Oh, and there's a little kid stuck in Addie's house! - Oh my goodness! Did you bring a ladder? (cute music) - My name is Lucas. - Hi Lucas. - Hello, my name is Sari. - Hi Sari, I'm Anne. - It's nice to meet you, Anne, my name is Crystal Anne. - No way! - Are you a firefighter? - I am a firefighter. Do you know what firefighters do? - They fight fire. - They do, that's great. What else do firefighters do? - They go save people in the movies. - They also come with police. - That's true. We help people who get into car crashes, we do CPR on people, if someone has fallen over a cliff or something we can rescue them. I've had to do the Heimlich maneuver on someone before. Do you know what that is? - Nope. - Okay. - Do you like being a firefighter? - I love being a firefighter. I get to play with things like chainsaws and fire hoses. - I wish I could play with a chainsaw. - You can when you're older. You can be a firefighter and play with a chainsaw. - Why can't I just do it now? - Chainsaws are kind of dangerous. - How long have you been a firefighter? - I've been a firefighter for three years. - That's a long time. - You know what, it doesn't feel like that long. It goes by so fast because it's super fun. I've been to two firefighter schools, that's how much I loved it. - What truck to you ride in? - It's called a ladder truck and it's the one with the big ladder on top that you can raise up and extend. - Oh I have one of those. - How many tools do you have to make fires out? - You want me to bring out some tools for you? - Yeah! - What is that? - This is a pick head ax. Careful, it's super heavy. So this thing is called a halligan and so we would use this to force entry into a building if someone's door is locked and we can't get in. Careful, two hands. Super heavy. (groaning) Yeah. Like that. - Hello! (giggling) - Hello? - Can you hear him? - Hello! - This flows hundreds and hundreds of gallons per minute. Yeah. - How many people hold the hose at one time? - On the last fire I was on, I was the only person holding the hose. - Whoa. - I know. - How do you be a firefighter? - You have to be really strong and you have to be really physically fit so you have to work out all the time. - What's the best part of your job? - So when people are having really bad days, I get to be the one who comes in and helps them solve their problem. - I was asking my mom in the car if girls could be firefighters. - You were? And what did she say? - She said yes. - Yeah, she's right. Girls can be firefighters. - How many other women work with you? - There are seven women who work at my fire department. - How many boys? - About 130. - What in the world? - What do you do with your hair when you're doing your job? - Just like that. How it's gonna fit under my helmet and my mask, see? - Have you ever saved anyone? - I've never had to pull someone out of a burning building but I have had to help a lot of people who are sick. - Have you ever saved any animals? - I have not saved any animals. - Maybe you could save a baby fish. - [Anne] I bet I could. - But it would have to call you first. (laughing) - I've never seen a fish using a phone. You're right, do you know the number to call if you need help? - 911. - That's exactly right. - You have any fire safety tips? - Make sure you have smoke detectors in your house. - Oh yes, I have one in my bedroom, one downstairs, one in my grandma's room, one in my baby's room and one in the bathroom and one in the other bathroom and one in (unclear). - So you hear the smoke detectors going off, you know what those sound like? It's really loud. You ready? - Yeah. (loud beeping) - Stay low and crawl under the smoke right? Because it's hotter the higher up you go. Get out of your house as fast as you can and go to a neighbor's house and call 911. Don't play with matches or lighters because those things start fires, right? - Yeah. - What's your favorite food? - Firefighters, we love ice cream. - You get ice cream a lot? - Yes we do. All of our freezers are stocked with ice cream all the time. We work for 24 hours at a time so for a whole day. - Then how do you sleep? - At 10 o'clock at night we can go to bed but we have these big - Sirens? - Sirens in the ceiling, yep. So when we get a call, the noise goes off so everyone has to wake up and we're all in our pajamas and we have to run out to the firetruck and go on the call. - Have you ever caught on fire before? - I have never caught on fire at work because my special gear protects me and doesn't let me catch on fire. Do you want to see the gear? - Yeah! - All this stuff. - Wow. - What do you think? - That is a lot. - It's kind of heavy. - It's heavy. - I know, it's heavy huh? And then your goggles come down like this. - I'm mister fireman. - Can I put on the stuff? - I'll show you how to do it then you do it after me, how about that? - How long does it take to put all that stuff on? - Usually less than a minute. Okay, this is called a ladder belt so if I'm ever climbing up the big ladder on top of the truck I can hook into one of these big loops. - [Girl] So you don't fall? - Exactly. - And when you have to go to the bathroom and you're wearing the gear? - [Anne] You have to hold it. - Oh. - So then this is called a hood. This protects my ears and my neck from getting burned. You put this on. - And there's a button you can breathe through whenever it goes onto fire. How can you see in a fire? - Usually by turning on my flashlight. - I can try? - You wanna try it? You want to put on my mask? Sure. This is going to go over the back of your head. Keep going, there you go. Is it okay? - You can hear me? You can hear me? - I am Darth Vader. You are on the dark side. - Wiggle wiggle. - This is really heavy. - Yes it is. Hold your head up! (laughter) do you think they fit you? - Yep. (laughter) Oh jeez and crackers that's heavy! - One more. You're ready. How do you feel? - Heavy. (laughter) - Do you love your job? - I love my job. I think it's the best job in the world and I feel so lucky to be able to do it. - Thank you, Anna! - You're welcome. - And I'll clap for you. (clapping) - It was nice to meet you, Anne. - It was nice to meet you too, Crystal. Thanks for talking to me. - Bye! (laughter) - Bye. I'm firefighter Anne and thank you for watching Kids Meet a Firefighter. If you like this video, please subscribe to hiho. To see more Kids Meet, check out the playlist. For some fire safety tips, there's a link in the description. See ya!