My question is about fire extinguishers. I have an ordinary one, appropriate for normal household use. But I live in an old wooden house approximately 40 feet away from a big transformer mounted on an ancient wooden electrical pole. And I’m in Seattle, so thinking about earthquake consequences. Question: Is there any fire extinguisher that might be able to handle a downed transformer? Alternatively, should I buy some fire hose and possibly tap into the fire hydrant across the street? I live less than a mile from a fire station, but would rather not count on them being able to get to me quickly after a big earthquake. Maybe I worry too much, but that transformer is big and close. Thanks.