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QUEENSLAND, Australia — A Gold Coast firehouse is determined to keep the tradition of fireman poles alive, remaining the only station in the city to have them. The Surfers
By Mark Mulcahy The Border Mail WANGARATTA, Australia — Wangaratta's fire station staff and volunteers now have plenty of room to move. The new fire station near the
By Lenore T. Adkins The Chicago Daily Herald EAST DUNDEE, Ill. — It is all but guaranteed that residents within the East Dundee Fire Protection District will vote on a ballot
By Jim Steinberg The San Bernardino County Sun RIALTO, Calif. — Skylights provide powerful lighting in the hallways. A sophisticated alarm system sends audio and visual
The Federal Information and News Dispatch WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded the City of
By Dick Lindsay The Berkshire Eagle PERU, Mass. — Voters at a special town meeting will decide whether to spend $166,800 more than expected to build a new fire station to
While fires can start at anytime and anywhere, below are descriptions of the four most common types of fires. Acknowledging these types of fires may help you to reduce or even
A fire triangle is used as a model for conveying the components of a fire. The fire triangle’s three sides illustrate the three elements of fire, which are heat, fuel, and
While I think it is uncommon, although certainly not unheard of, for firefighters to formally clock in and clock out of the fire station, I wonder if this story is a sign of
By Dave Davis The Plain DealerCLEVELAND — Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson is moving quickly to install time clocks that read fingerprints in all fire stations to ensure that
By Mick Zawislak The Chicago Daily HeraldVERNON HILLS, Ill. — Firefighters generally are light sleepers, knowing they may have to spring out of bed at any time to answer a
By Mary Jane Smetanka The Star Tribune RICHFIELD, Minn. — The old-fashioned fire pole is making a comeback, thanks in part to the return of two-story fire stations.Fire poles
By Jennifer Rios San Angelo Standard-Times SAN ANGELO, Texas — Firefighters at San Angelo Station No. 7 on Executive Drive began their day with truck maintenance in the
KTVUSAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco firefighters said industrial strength washing machines they received roughly a year ago could save their lives, but they're not being
By Heron Marquez Estrada The Star TribuneEAGAN, Minn. — The new $8 million safety center includes a dorm where some firefighters will live — a move that should cut
By Denisa R. Superville The RecordNEW MILFORD, N.J. — Firefighters at Engine Company 2 hope that the borough will soon make a decision on whether to renovate the firehouse,
By Laura Snider The Daily CameraSALINA, Colo. — Construction is set to begin on a new fire station here to replace the one that burned to the ground last September when the
By Elizabeth Piazza The Daily TimesFARMINGTON, N.M. — Five of the six Farmington fire stations, despite advocating for sprinkler systems as one of the No. 1 prevention tools
In learning how to fight fires, it’s important to be able to differentiate between different types of fire situations. Being able to do this requires a ‘reading’
By Rita Savard TheLowell Sun CHELMSFORD, Mass. — When disaster strikes, firefighters rush in to save lives.Looking around the crumbling and cracked Center Fire Station, Town