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The firefighter who filed the lawsuit said he suffered a shoulder injury in the fire. ...
State fire Marshal Stephen Coan called the blaze a horrific and tragic accident; it remains under investigation ...
Mayor Buddy Cianci said driving in the parade was part of the firefighters' regular duties of community outreach ...
To make your AFG application the most competitive it can be, pay attention to these seven changes for 2014. ...
The bill reauthorizes a program that helps EMS providers keep ready specific medicine and tools needed when treating younger patients ...
The sentence is much harsher than the eight- to 14-month prison term suggested by federal sentencing guidelines. ...
The responders plan to picket outside city hall with local police, both claiming to be among the lowest paid in the state ...
The city bought five engines, two ladders and four ambulances, purchases delayed by the recession. ...
Deputy fire commissioner says he's humbled by the outpouring of support and lack of criticism for Detroit's plight. ...
Once the industry adopts standard specifications, fire truck prices and delivery time should come down. ...
Elected officials want a 25 year-extension for the soon-to-expire fund to compensate responders who became ill working at ground zero ...
Along with county funding the $13.5 million facility is scheduled to open in the summer of 2016 ...
With unreliable, decades-old technology, Detroit firefighters have had to rely on improvised hacks to know when there's an emergency. ...
Despite vocal opposition at the meeting, the body voted unanimously to contract with a private ambulance firm. ...
By Charley Hannagan Syracuse.com ELBRIDGE, N.Y. — The supervisor in the town of Elbridge says the community of 5,900 isn't big enough to support two fire departments.. ...
Citing the fire district's taxing ability, the judge ruled that two fire departments could not bill a homeowner for a shed fire. ...
Fire chief: "We did not have enough people assembled to get the hotel evacuated and put the fire out." ...
Waiving a residency requirement will allow a New York volunteer department to be fully staffed. ...
The man, who was 17 at the time, is currently serving a life sentence for the 1988 explosion ...
With no decision date in sight, the council doesn't know how much money is needed to bridge the gap ...