Readers' choice: Top 10 FR1 stories of 2014
Join us as we look back on the most read, commented and shared articles on FR1 over the past year
From amazing saves, unbelievable videos, important industry news and breaking events, FireRescue1 posted hundreds of news stories over the past 12 months.
We went through our archives and rounded up the articles readers most liked this year. Vote for your top article in the comment section.
At age 20, Brooke Linman was facing firearms, drug and theft charges; instead of jail, she was sent to "Fire camp," where inmates are trained to fight fires.
Heather Levia, 23, ordered 25 breakfast sandwiches and hash browns as a thank you for firefighters working nearby in sub-zero temperatures.
Firefighter Jake Gregoire filed a civil rights violation claim against highway patrol and the State of California.
Brawl led to a 25-minute delay while refs assessed penalties and ejections.
In the aftermath, one of the girls was left with a pair of broken legs.
Colin Dunn and Virginia Price threw on some gear and took a county emergency vehicle to fight the tunnel fire.
Two firefighters in the bucket are at a hospital burn unit; one is in critical condition and the other is in fair condition.
The firefighter was pulled from the house just before he really started feeling the heat; he was not injured.
The BMW was so close to the hydrant that it wasn't even worth it for firefighters to break the windows to snake a water line through.
Joyce Craig-Lewis, a 36-year-old mother of two and an 11-year veteran, was part of the first company deployed to the basement fire.
- 2014 Year in Review