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Firefighter Daryl Gordon, 54, is the first Cincinnati firefighter to die in the line of duty since 2003 ...
JACKSON COUNTY, Fla. — A firefighter-paramedic was injured when a car slammed into the ambulance as crews were about to transport a driver injured in a crash. Jackson County ...
The firefighter was thrown against a wall and his helmet fell off; part of a chimney was also knocked loose and fell. ...
You responded to a firefighter with eye pain and blurred vision; did you get the treatment steps right? ...
You are working the rehab area at a working structure fire when presented with this firefighter and his ailment; what do you do? ...
The firefighter union said that the towers' radio frequency emissions would pose health hazards to them and neighboring residents ...
The "BackSafe" system is now ready for market and allows a driver and spotter to communicate by color code over two wireless devices ...
Capt. Gene Cook was treated and released from the hospital and is back on duty. ...
Portable radios have changed the fireground communication dynamic; knowing how and when to use them can be a lifesaver. ...
Taking a close look at firefighter injury numbers points to several ways rehab can reduce those injuries. ...
The terrorist attack on the twin towers was one of two big events that set the stage for a change in evacuation philosophy ...
It's a decision that ends a 30-year tradition and could mean a significant cut in donations ...
With $34 million to hand out, the Fire Prevention and Safety Grants will be awarded to those who best meet these four priority areas. ...
With the range of uncontrollable factors in roadside responses, we need to shift the odds toward a safe outcome by what means we can. ...
He faces grand theft, unarmed burglary, possession of burglary tools, petit theft, and preventing or obstructing extinguishment of fire ...
His son said he has some burns in his airway and is being transferred to a burn unit ...
One firefighter suffered third-degree burns to his foot and the other suffered minor injuries; they're in stable condition ...
There's little empirical evidence on how clean firefighter turnout gear is after laundering or the best ways to clean it; that is all about to change. ...
Most of the firefighting risks we face should be extinct; they've survived off inconsistent and conflicting messages about safe behavior ...
He was taken to the hospital with broken ribs and later released to go home and recover ...