Do think that 1 particular industry caught fire over at Jurong Island this morning and today we are doing fire-fighting there. Man really had a bad experience. I was the nozzle man in 1 of the trail run, and there were like 8 men and woman behind me. When engaging the ‘fire source’, someone drop the ‘hose body’, and thus a domino effect, men behind me also let go leaving me ALONE with the nozzle charging at 14 barg, with that pressure I kind of give way too and lost balance when the trainer come to the ‘rescue’. It was only when the water stopped that I had realized that my helmet had ‘flown away’ and my vision kinda blur as my contact lens had ‘roll’ all the way up. . . cant imagine what would have happen if not armed with goggles. At the end of the day, all were wet. . . that was that~ i went back home with wet under garment leaving marking on bus seat and many other places. reach home with butt itching like mad =,= did i said that the water tasted like iron rust ?
Man my eye bags are getting more soggy and thicker as each day passed by, had to KO early I guess~