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Matthew Sanchez told a frantic caller, who was trying to save her friend's life after being shot, to 'deal with it yourself' ...
Two firefighters rescued the therapy dogs trapped in the house; one dog could not be rescued and died in the fire ...
Herman Tidwell, 48, lost control of the car he was driving, struck a ditch and rolled several times; he was ejected from the vehicle ...
Two firefighters were treated for heat-related illnesses and a third suffered a twisted ankle ...
The ordinance passed by the Spokane City Council affects a pilot program that sent sent single-person crews to lower acuity calls ...
Fire crews performed a logistically difficult rescue to extricate uninjured man from the truck's bin ...
The fire department dispatched its urban search-and-rescue team to use power tools to cut apart the tree to ensure no one was trapped underneath ...
Matthew Sanchez was removed from his position at the dispatch center and reassigned after officials became aware of the conversation ...
Capt. Alan Hicks, who had helped fight a house fire the night before, died at the station before his shift ended. ...
The career firefighter, visiting to run an Ironman race the same weekend as the blaze, 'felt the need to jump in.' ...
"It was everything I had dreamed of," the bride said. "It just happened to be the same day where we lost everything." ...
Firefighters extinguished the blaze and the remains of four occupants were found inside the aircraft ...
The woman thought she had spotted coyotes in the distance and climbed the tree for safety ...
The firefighter was taken to a hospital for heat exhaustion; it took an hour to control the blaze ...
Fire chief: "If they know they're going to be charged, they're going to be less likely to call in. They could put themselves in more danger." ...
Fire Chief Joe Roy, 46, suffered a severe laceration to his right arm, a broken left shoulder blade, a severe gash in the back of his head and a minor tear in his spleen ...
His wife and two kids escaped unharmed; three firefighters were injured while battling the blaze ...
Capt. Eric Cline, 40, remains optimistic and wants to go back to firefighting early next year ...
Josiah Kernell got to shoot water from a hose, climb aboard a rig and go up in the basket of a ladder truck. ...
Fire Chief Bryan Cathey is doing much better and is recovering in the intensive care unit ...