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Volunteer firefighters fought the flames and used a wheelchair to get the woman out from her home ...
Crews were glad the department had invested in the training and equipment that made the rescues possible ...
Rescuers have freed more than 170 people from the high rise building; as many as 124 may still be trapped. (Photo: Wally Santana, AP) ...
Witnesses told first-arriving firefighters that someone was in the home; the victim was in the room of origin and likely dead before firefighters arrived. ...
First responders were able to free the unresponsive man by pushing his vehicle away from the wall. ...
The tree crashed into a couple's home, killing the wife and pinning the man for more than three hours until he could be freed. ...
Firefighters used ladders and cranes to free victims from a high-rise that was toppled by an earthquake in Taiwan. (Photo AP) ...
An unstable pile of sharp steel sheets pinning a worker's leg raised questions of field amputation and rescuer safety; here's how we handled it. ...
The Associated Press PALOS VERDES ESTATES, Calif. — It's hard to know what was more amazing: An out-of-control car ending up on the roof of a Southern California house or ...
Crews conducted a confined space rescue and firefighters were lowered with ropes to retrieve the puppy ...
The firefighter escaped safely without assistance; the cause of the fire was due to an electrical issue. ...
From body protection to hand tools to head wear, ice rescue brings a set of equipment demands turnout gear cannot meet. ...
They broke through the trailer's siding and found the woman on a bed in cardiac arrest; they pulled her outside and started CPR ...
The employee was tending to the landscape when he lost his footing on a planter and fell 15 to 20 feet into the habitat ...
Each year the Carnegie Foundation honors civilian heroes; here's how I played a small part in one of those awards. ...
Keith Mills' actions saved the woman's life and her family found him on Facebook to thank him ...
The 73-year-old man hit a patch of ice, which made his car veer off the road and land upside down in a frozen pond ...
He broke a window, cut the seat belt and got the driver out, who was taken to a hospital with major head, chest, neck and waist injuries ...
Chief Joseph Edwards couldn't find a pulse on the 61-year-old man; he used an AED, combined with CPR, to regain a pulse ...
The homeowner said a homeless man may have slipped into the building and started a fire, but it has not been confirmed yet ...



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