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Newport Firefighter Bob Hug was on dialysis for more than six months before receiving a kidney donation from his colleague, Ryan Whaley
“I just thought I could do something to help them,” said Randy Reinecke, who now owns a food truck
From firefighters going the extra mile for members of their communities, to civilians paying it forward for their local fire departments, here are the most heartwarming fire service stories from this year
“It’s not in our job description, but there are things, those things we enjoy doing,” said Cincinnati Fire Lt. Bill Feckter
“Step Up To The Plate” is a campaign launched by CAL FIRE/Fresno County Fire to collect donations of baseball cards for kids affected by the Creek Fire
A Baby Yoda doll gifted to firefighters by a 5-year-old boy has traveled from fire crew to fire crew in adventures documented on Facebook
Crisfield volunteer firefighters lifted Shirl Carmine to the window of her mother’s room after they were separated for four months
Staff at the Gloucester Fire Department contributed their own money to pay for the recliner to help Jim Milone get up to his walker more easily
The commission, which normally has a “zero tolerance” policy on gifts for public officials, will allow some exceptions during the COVID-19 pandemic
Frederick County firefighters collaborated with a local farm to cheer up nursing home residents during the pandemic
Chelsea firefighters have gone to nearly 20 homes to help residents celebrate after their birthday plans were canceled due to the crisis
Firefighters in Glendale, which has four cases, have stepped up to help residents who are isolating due to age or underlying health conditions
First responders performed a welfare check after the woman told a healthcare worker she was unable to buy food after having surgery
Medic 2 crew returned to the scene of an earlier medical call to finish up mowing for the owner