This was my 10th play, and 2nd in the Beach-house.
Team: Driver, Generalist & Dog.
Explosions: Kitchen, Lounge & Master Bedroom. The last removing the 2 doors to the hallway and en-suite bathroom.
Hazmats: First 2 were next to the master bed - with the 3rd in the walk-in closet.
POIs: Hallway (near bedroom doors), kitchen and lounge.
All through the game the Driver worked on the worst quadrants - starting with the major threat in the master bedroom.
Early & Midgame POIs were reported in the hallway & kitchen, with one making it into the girl's bedroom. The Generalist & Dog worked in tandem getting them out, with the Generalist fighting the occasional fire to keep the path clear.
The Dog got the POI out from the girl's bedroom, via a destroyed wall to the kitchen, to the south ambulance bay only to find the Generalist had ordered the ambulance to the north side after 2 new POIs were reported in the master bedroom/en-suite.
Once the POIs were reported in the master bedroom and en-suite bathroom, the Generalist took the calculated risk of cutting into the building from the ambulance parking spot. Having started moving a POI, he was informed the Dog had re-entered the kitchen and moved through the girl's bedroom and needed the door opening (as the quickest route into the master bedroom).
The Generalist and Dog worked together again, saving 3 more POIs (and getting lucky with remaining POI reports/false alarms occurring in the master-bedroom area). They went back in for the final POI and to remove a hazmat - unfortunately a series of fire-advances rolling on hot-spots and explosions caused just enough damage to collapse the building.
Final Position - Marginal Loss;
POI: 7 Saved, 2 Lost (1 explosion, 1 collapse), 1 on south-side awaiting ambulance (Oops).
Hazmat: 1 exploded, 2 inside during collapse.
Firefighters: Driver outside. Dog in bathroom with a POI, Generalist in master-bedroom moving a hazmat.