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The fire department lost its primary fire truck in the blaze, which was likely started by an electrical short in the cab of the rig ...
Firefighters installed the smoke detectors for free and gave lessons on fire safety, including the precautions that need to be taken if a home is outfitted with burglar bars ...
When firefighters arrived, the victims were found in the upstairs bedroom and were struggling to survive ...
Dylan Baker said he pounded on the elderly woman's door, was overwhelmed by the flames, and called 911 for help ...
Daniel Lyon, 25, is responding well to treatment, but is in constant pain from the treatment of burns he suffered over 60 percent of his body ...
An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the fire; no one was injured in the fire ...
It took 23 firefighters about an hour to place the fire under control; the house was a complete loss ...
Alex Thomason, a personal injury lawyer, bought a $5,000 rig from a local station and took a four-hour "mini" firefighting course ...
After falling through a porch, a CT scan revealed he suffered a fractured vertebrate and a fractured tail bone. ...
His SCBA came loose while conducting an interior attack; he likely breathed in super-heated gasses. ...
One resident said he counted 30 ambulances and three helicopters; more than 200 were injured. ...
Officer: "We got three dead Forest Service firefighters, so you need to notify the coroner. Try not to do it over the air, do it over the phone." ...
Their ladders were too short to reach a balcony where residents had escaped; they pieced together an escape route using two ladders ...
More than 1,150 square miles of Washington have burned, nearly the size of Rhode Island ...
The documents don't say why the crash occurred, but does illustrate a common problem on how to stay safe in unpredictable shifting winds ...
The firefighters taken to the hospital received minor injuries; no residents were injured ...
The toddler is in critical condition; officials believe it was an accidental electrical fire caused by an air conditioner plugged into an extension cord ...
The firefighter was treated at the scene for minor injuries; the cause of the fire is unknown ...
Two adults, a child and four dogs safely evacuated before firefighters arrived and the flames spread into the house and the attic ...
The U.S. is in the midst of one of its worst fire seasons on record with some 11,600 square miles scorched so far ...