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There are times when it makes sense to rebuilt that old brush truck; here's a look at how to make that call and what it involves. ...
The converted, specially engineered and just plain odd-looking fire trucks may not have a place in everyday life, but they are worth a closer look. ...
Fire Chief Dave Anderson was listed in critical condition for injuries to his chest ...
A fund has been set up to help the injured firefighters; one firefighter underwent back surgery ...
A firefighter riding in the rear of the ladder truck was treated for a shoulder injury ...
Three fire trucks were damaged in the blaze and the fire caused $1.5 million in damages ...
The fire was started when a truck lost its tire and its bare rim scrapped along the asphalt. ...
If the town shares a truck, it might need to sign agreements with both towns to ensure a truck is available ...
The program helps cash-strapped rural departments by supplying them with surplus military vehicles to rebuild and reuse ...
For many years, firefighters sat in open cabs and rode on tailboards. While it may have seemed like a good idea at the time, the fire service has since evolved past those ...
The department needed the pumper as its coverage area expanded to the county. ...
A good program for both the fire service and the country unexpectedly stopped; you can and must help bring it back. ...
From connected vehicle to seatbelt safety, these new apparatus techs are mind blowing. ...
An agreement between DoD and EPA calls for destroying the vehicles rather than giving them to fire departments. ...
Robert Thomas, 52, was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash ...
Solar-capturing technology has made it easier to keep fire truck and ambulances fully charged without leaving them running, and saves money. ...
While not as popular as in Europe, swap-body modular apparatus have a definite place in the U.S. fire service. ...
The program now let's departments borrow $350,000 and don't charge interest; that's $100,000 more than previously ...
All the trucks and equipment inside were destroyed, but no one was injured ...
Valley Regional Fire and Rescue received $228,637 and Nesquehoning Hose Company No. 1 received $237,500. ...