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Pa. fire officials fire back at social media complaints about sirens–
“I heard that, ‘It's an old tradition and you really don't need a fire siren.' Well, we do," Asisstant Chief Joe Flanick said
Firefighters join lawsuit claiming sirens led to hearing loss–
The lawsuit claims the sirens exposed firefighters to "loud, excessive and harmful noise levels"
Firefighters sue siren maker after suffering from hearing loss–
The firefighters said in their lawsuit that Federal Signal Corp. should have warned them of the hazards of long-term exposure to the high-intensity sirens
Wis. fire department to cut back on sirens, lights–
The new protocol aims to improve safety by reducing the amount of emergency vehicle crashes
1,500 FDNY firefighters sue siren maker over hearing loss–
Firefighters claim Federal Signal Corp. failed to install protective devices that would've redirected the 120-decibel noise
Neighbors: Silence Del. volunteer fire siren–
Neighbors say the noise is unnecessary with pagers; the chief says it is valuable for outages and tornado warnings
NJ firefighters suing fire truck, siren makers over hearing loss–
Thirty-four firefighters claim they suffered permanent hearing loss; each firefighter is seeking $150,000 in damages
Pa. fire chief threatened over station's siren–
Chief Lloyd Crago: "We don't want the fire siren to blow, but when it does, it means somebody needs us."
Another firefighter sues siren makers over hearing loss–
The 70-year-old wants $150,000 and suggested sirens be covered by a shield to reduce noise
Nearly 200 NY firefighters sue over siren noise–
Well-known fire truck and siren manufacturers are among the six defendants in the case
N.D. fire station siren malfunctions, causes scare–
The malfunction led to three minutes of sirens loudly blaring throughout the town
Petition seeks siren removal after sounding for half-hour–
Town officials are considering relocating the siren by the town hall
City to pay firefighter $495K over hearing loss from siren–
Rodney Bingham was four feet away from the truck's bumper when the engine's siren was activated; it caused permanent damage to his hearing
Hilarious public service announcement–
You glance around and there it is — an emergency vehicle with flashing lights. You want to get quickly and safely out of the way but do you know what to do?
NY assigns flashing-lights, sirens vehicles to town officials–
The lights and sirens allow the 16 officials to quickly respond to events "to assess imminent threats to the public and often help mitigate a crisis situation"
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