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DeKalb County firefighters faced occupants who jumped from windows during an apartment fire
New Albany firefighters did a window search into the second floor and found the victim under blankets in a bathroom
Four fire suppression tactics were included in the restoration of the beloved Paris landmark
A section of a crane from a Fort Lauderdale high-rise fell onto a bridge striking two vehicles
LAFD companies used ladder pipes, exterior operations during the fire in Lomita
Over 100 occupants were evacuated during an outside-in fire at a Carlisle apartment building
Two occupants were also transported to the hospital as a result of the fire
Firefighters rescued the brothers from a burning fifth-floor apartment in Harlem
Two firefighters were injured in a Brooklyn apartment fire that killed two people
Bloomington firefighters used thermal imaging cameras to locate bulk of fire in attic
Aurora Fire Rescue officials stated the $150M East Colfax apartment fire was the largest in the department’s history
The FDNY faced three fatal fires, two just blocks apart from each other, as the year came to a close
A barricade situation in Mattapan ended with an arrest after a man fired a shot as firefighters arrived to fight a fire
District Chief Kelly Burns said initial firefighters had to fight tremendous amounts of smoke, heat to reach the fire apartment
Baltimore County firefighters faced heavy fire on the second floor of one unit, spreading to other garden-style apartments
Chicago firefighters responded to a fire on the fourth floor of a high-rise for seniors
A call to respond to a flaming trash bin may be as simple as it sounds, or it could spread and become a much larger and more difficult blaze to fight
A two-alarm fire destroyed the Los Angeles County church that had collected Christmas toys for local children
Detailing alarm causes, actions to mitigate the incident and fire protection post-incident
Firefighters faced two large fires involving apartments under construction in Aurora
One person was injured during the two-alarm fire in the 19-story condominium
Allentown firefighters let the roof of the converted house burn instead of sending firefighters into the attic
The girl had a lingering question after the fire department taught her school about fire safety: Where would she go to escape a fire on her second floor bedroom?
Anchorage firefighters grabbed two victims before a partial roof collapse occurred
The expanding wildland-urban interface means tree fires pose an even greater risk to city and residential fire crews
Westchester Surplus Lines Insurance Company alleges Columbia officials were negligent in inspecting, maintaining the hydrants
The 1966 blaze was the deadliest fire in the history of the FDNY until the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001
Sacramento firefighters faced a second roof over a challenging “center hallway” complex in the two-story building