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A fund has been set up to help the injured firefighters; one firefighter underwent back surgery ...
Bruce Toth, 59, went to the department's administrative offices and said he was sent by the devil to kill the chief and then himself ...
Getting firefighters to and keeping them in rehab is a challenge; these steps for better efficiency will make that job easier. ...
A firefighter riding in the rear of the ladder truck was treated for a shoulder injury ...
Sutphen said departments should remove all SPH 100, SP 110, SPI 112, and SAI 110 aerials from service immediately ...
After reading Monday's column on fire porn, fire service journalist and insider Dave Statter couldn't resist the urge to respond. ...
But, neither federal nor Idaho fire officials require contractors to meet fitness requirements. ...
Not all station wear is created equal; here's what NFPA certification means and how it evolved. ...
Knowing the roles of different on-scene leaders will help the tactical officer keep the crew safe. ...
Ryan Miller, 25, lost control of his motorcycle and hit a tree; it comes a little more than a year after his brother died in a crash ...
There was a huge explosion when the balloon hit the power lines; all five balloon riders survived. ...
Given their head start and building construction style, fast-food restaurant fires are dangerous; here are six firefighter safety questions. ...
Steven Magliaro, 48, was found on the scene with serious injuries; he later died at a hospital ...
One firefighter has reportedly died and few more are seriously injured in the incident ...
A pilot, paramedic and nurse on board died when the helicopter went down for an unknown reason and burst into flames ...
About 1,000 firefighters were fighting blazes around the state; the cause of the fire is under investigation ...
The fire was started when a truck lost its tire and its bare rim scrapped along the asphalt. ...
The device was placed at the base of a U.S. Forest Service sign; the firefighter received minor injuries ...
Chief Billy Goldfeder is both a firefighter safety and Internet pioneer, and his works' longevity is due to being simple in focus and unchanging. ...
Firefighters encountered a yellow, smoke condition when they responded; they were treated and later released ...