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Three people from the other cars were taken to a hospital with minor injuries; no firefighters were hurt
Mayor Jim Rauckman is challenging the board's decision to meet behind closed doors to discuss his complaint over the purchase
The trains will carry water, their own breathing air and have the capacity to haul 60 people.
The three people injured were all inside the ambulance; one EMT was airlifted to a hospital
The vintage rig was rebuilt from a 1946 Ford fire truck that was the first motor-driven fire-fighting vehicle in Albion, Ill.
The rig was being returned from a service center when it exited the roadway and struck the restaurant.
Engineer David Nettles was driving en route to a call when it was hit by a car; the driver was critically hurt and passenger suffered minor injuries
Officials said that while the road was slippery, the rig may have also experienced a mechanical problem that affected its brakes.
The driver failed to yield to the rig, with its lights and sirens on, as it was turning; three firefighters on board weren't hurt
The rig was responding to a medical call and hit a car, killing a 19-year-old woman who had been sitting in the passenger seat
The truck will be used to practice deploying hose lines; they also received a 10-foot ladder, nozzles, adapters, lights, a tool for forcible entry and chain saws
Fire Chief Randy Burbank was in the rig at the time and suffered minor injuries
Three firefighters on board were uninjured; El Nino-driven rain storms are likely to blame
The rig rolled over at an icy intersection; the firefighters sustained scrapes and bruises
This semi-pulled pumper system designed by a naval engineer redefined "big water."
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Charleston fire truck crashed Friday morning due to black ice and freezing rain. Charleston Gazette-Mail reported that the dangerous weather
Buying consortiums are a way to save money if you don't mind a shared set of truck specifications.
Two firefighters received minor injuries; the rig sustained considerable damage
Both rigs were running lights and sirens, but the firefighter driving the ambulance ran a red light.
Because motorists forget how to drive in winter weather, firefighters need to take extra safety measures on MVAs.

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