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The Modesto City Council accepted a $2.2 million grant that will allow them to hire nine firefighters and put an engine back into service.
Officials said three committees are working on designing the specs for three pumpers, two ladder trucks and a heavy rescue truck.
The fire trucks remained unused for 10 years due to a dispute over corruption allegations involving a 50 percent hike in the purchase price.
The car wash owner said firefighters asked the women to get off the rig at the charity event, but one firefighter appears to tuck money into a woman's bikini.
There were no ambulances available because they were on other calls.
The union asserted that Houston firefighters have had to use duct tape and wooden beams to fix equipment.
The incident happened on the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Love them or hate them, apparatus chevrons are here to stay; here's a look at how the requirements have changed and may change in the future.
NFPA's ambulance standard will be updated later this year with input from several groups; a competing standard came out this summer.
Officials said the rig veered off the road and rolled over Friday morning.
Officials said the man jumped in front of the truck and began bashing in the windshield with a can of compressed air.
The Assistance to Firefighters Grant will pay for a new 2017 fire engine.
Officials are scratching their heads at how to pay for the new ladder truck, which was purchased earlier this month.
The summer 2016 edition focuses on the best ways to evaluate and buy new or used fire apparatus, as well as how to restore those antiques
The truck cost $100,000, but the dept. was able to purchase the rig for $4,300
The following is paid content sponsored by ASA Electronics. By FireRescue1 BrandFocus Staff Motor vehicle crashes are the second leading cause of death for on-duty firefighters.
The “mini” is built to access rugged terrain in remote areas.
Here's a four-tiered process to reduce the risk of your apparatus or ambulance getting stolen and limit the damage if it does.
Diesel fuel additive serve an important role in protecting and enhancing a rig's engine; here's low down on them.
With bigger fire rigs and improved camera technology, here are things to know before you buy.





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