Firefighters recall the intensity and effort to save lives during the Fitch Street fire
SYRACUSE, N.Y. —
Three out of four firefighters say they've experienced stress on the job that has left lingering emotional issues according to a national survey by the Firefighter's Union.
They say that stress leads to anger issues, relationship problems, and even thoughts of suicide.
In Syracuse, the most stress-filled firefight in years came in the deadly Fitch Street fire earlier this year.
Matt Mulcahy sat down with the firefighters on the scene that night to talk about what they experienced. They revealed the intensity of the effort to save lives and the challenge of moving past a firefight they will never forget.
You can watch the full interview in the video player above.