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A lieutenant damaged the truck's console shell while driving it into a garage
Officials believe one of the truck's tires slipped off the road and then ran into a large tree, peeling back the metal roof of the cab
One firefighter had to be cut out of the rig and suffered severe injuries; the others were taken to the hospital to be treated
New salt mixtures are good for keeping roads ice-free, but play havoc on fire apparatus.
Departments of all sizes and shapes have one thing in common: someone has banged up an apparatus; here are some of those stories.
The party featured face painting, games, pizza, presents and the arrival of Santa on a fire truck
No firefighters were injured in the crash, but the fire truck sustained minor damage
Starting a fire department from scratch is great when money is no object; when resources are scarce, you improvise.
The damage to the station was substantial; there were no reported injuries
Brian Johnston, 65, was one year shy of celebrating 50 years with the service.
Gus Losleben was driving a fire truck to a house fire when he collided head-on with the log truck
The new law would take away automatic indexation of their pensions
The fire truck landed in a ditch; a tow truck pulled it out a short time later
The department is reviewing its policies after an investigation found firefighters were driving department vehicles despite DUI convictions
All three firefighters were checked out at the hospital and later returned to the station to finish the rest of their shift
Want to add some holiday bling to your fire rig? Here's a look at one department that goes all-out and how they do it
With NFPA taking over the new ambulance standard process, here's a look at what it means and how we got here.
No one was injured during the incident; firefighters are unsure why the engine left its parked position
The pumper was chosen in 1991 to be used in the film "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken"
The man stepped out in the middle of the four-lane road in front of the fire truck; the driver of the rig will not be charged