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All of the firefighters were conscious and alert; a passenger in the SUV died of his injuries.
Joseph Owsley was escorted to the fire department and greeted by family and friends after his release from the hospital
All of their injuries were minor; there's no word yet on how the rig overturned.
Firefighters tried to brace the sinking tire with a large piece of wood, but it snapped, sending chunks of wood everywhere.
The new design offers more cab space, a tighter turn radius and better weight distribution
These unwieldy beasts make up a large percentage of apparatus crashes; follow these sound safety procedures to tame that beast and keep firefighters safe.
More than a shiny place to mount the Q, planning the front bumper function is a big part of specifying a new truck.
The firefighter sustained a head and back injury from the fall; the cause of the incident appears to be a failed door latch
Their original rig burned in a grass fire on April 1; another volunteer fire department agreed to sell them their spare rig
They both suffered minor injuries and were said to be wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash
The firefighters were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries; the rig is a total loss
The firefighters received minor burns; no other injuries were reported.
Lynn Tilton purchased American LaFrance in 2005; ALF filed for bankruptcy in 2008 citing $100 million in debt
Firefighters escaped without injury, but the truck is a total loss
After a lifetime of building aluminum trucks, E-One rolled out a 105-foot steel tower.
Firefighter Benjamin Haskins was airlifted to a hospital with life-threatening injuries
The woman, believed to be seven or eight months pregnant, was ejected from the car; a firefighter suffered minor injuries
The "BackSafe" system is now ready for market and allows a driver and spotter to communicate by color code over two wireless devices
The firefighters' injuries were not considered life-threatening; they were treated and later released from the hospital
All of the firefighters were evaluated for minor injuries and later released from the hospital