The temperatures may be bitterly cold in Wisconsin, but that’s not stopping firefighters from doing their job.
Above is a Mitch Hansen.
He’s the chief of the Cameron Fire Department in Wisconsin.
His beard is one big icicle because he fought a house fire Wednesday in -50 degree wind chills.
The fire gutted the home, but everyone inside got out safe.
So what is it like fighting a fire when temperatures and wind chills are so low?
The firefighter says you’re essentially frozen stiff on the outside, but warm on the inside.
Source: NewsNet | Photo Shows Effects of Below-Zero Temperatures on Firefighter