Shot on April 24, 1926. Fire Chief Kenlon and his fire crew get an alarm and race to the fire truck. Then the camera was mounted to the truck for the balance of the video showing a “dash cam” perspective. The second video shows the whole course of events, from the initial broadcast, warning, dispatch, travel and (of course), the fire being extinguished. All silent footage, with narration via text rather than voice.
Possibly the worlds oldest dash cam footage. Even in 1926 it was cool.