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Female firefighters explained how gear designed for men increases their risk of being burned, slows their movements
A 75-year-old Dalton man suffered third-degree burns while using a lighter to open a bag of potato chips
The Shamokin Fire Department was fined for not having a credentialed instructor during the live-burn training, a new requirement in 2023
Five Montgomery firefighters were burned, two critically, while searching for people trapped in a house fire in May
Mobile Firefighter Deandre Hartman suffered extreme burns during a fatal fire and could not attend his daughter’s school award ceremony
Nez Perce County firefighter Jimmy Ralstin suffered burns across 50% of his body
Montgomery Captain Donald L. Crenshaw, Jr. suffered second- and third-degree burns across 20% of his body as firefighters attempted to rescue three civilians
“Often times we don’t really deal with our own getting hurt or being injured, so this is difficult for us,” said Capt. Jaeson Daniels, DeKalb fire spokesperson
Syracuse EMS providers transported the injured crewmembers and evaluated a disoriented person
Friends, family members, colleagues and hospital staffers cheered as Lt. Bill Doody was wheeled out of Staten Island University North Hospital
“The crew began to experience moderate heat and zero visibility,” the Dover Township Fire Department said
Crete volunteer firefighter and college professor Brad Elder tied to hold back tears as he went from a burn unit to his home
First responders transported the seriously injured patient to a Topeka-area hospital
Rebecca Knick, wife of Hampton Fire Lt. Eric Knick, raised the issue after an incident where he sustained burns and was treated, but she was not notified
Meriden crewmembers were treated for burns, cardiac issues and smoke inhalation