Most people run away from burning buildings. They run toward it. To fight the fire, to save lives – while risking their own. But firefighters thrive on their job. Captain Dan Donohue, of the Phoenix Fire Department, says it’s a sport mentality. “If something’s gotta burn, it might as well burn during my shift,” he says, even though Dan, like all the others, has tales of fallen comrades. In fact, one hundred firefighters die in the line of duty every year in the US. In this episode you won’t see burning houses from a distance like we do every night on the news at 6:00 pm. Instead, the viewer will feel the scorching heat and stinging smoke, the shouting, the confusion, and the chaos of a real house fire.