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The Okla. firefighter, whose condition is unknown, was reportedly wounded in the head and face area
Investigators searched the property and electrical items were examined at a bureau laboratory
Anthony Jackson joined the Pedricktown Fire Co. as a junior firefighter and was serving as an assistant chief for the company at the time of his death
Wheaton Volunteer Rescue Squad Deputy Chief Jacob DeGlopper was found dead three days after police raided his home
In November 2018, Gary Weiland was given "unbelievable" news that doctors would have to amputate his leg after knee surgery complications
The move marks the latest development in the increasingly fraught relationship between Chief Sam Peña and the department's rank-and-file
Deputy Fire Commissioner Dave Fornell said three of the firefighters were inside the house when its upper level caved in
The BVFD shared the loss of Firefighter Dale Jaynes, along with a touching poem dubbing Dale Jaynes as “The Godfather of the Burdetthood”
The Detroit Fire Department was en route to a call when the driver of the fire truck lost control and crashed into a Citgo gas station
Fire company officials said Lt. Mike Naylor was first pushed by a trooper when the lieutenant wanted to protect the people inside the car before the window was broken
The firefighter was handcuffed after yelling at troopers for breaking a car window to treat a possible OD patient, refusing the leave the scene and pushing a trooper
Hazmat Firefighter-Paramedic Scott R. Neumann had just returned home after finishing his shift with Martin County Fire Rescue Station 16
Hazmat Firefighter-Paramedic Scott R. Neumann had just returned home after finishing his shift with Martin County Fire Rescue Station 16
The proposed legislation would ensure retired first responders between the ages of 50 and 65 would be eligible for Medicare
USFS researchers set up fire-proof equipment to record and measure the heat of a prescribed fire in Utah
Three strategies for creating order out of chaos at the station
First responders are calling the new proposed ALS policy "an attack on the fire agencies' ability to deliver EMS to the citizens we serve"
Patrick Mataraza, an FDNY lieutenant, president of PBFD and friend of the family, said the word resilient best described Richard "Ricky" Tanagretta
Fire officials said Capt. Donald Kelley was dressing in turnout gear to respond to a dwelling fire when he suffered a sudden cardiac arrest
Firefighter Randy Pouliot, a 16-year member of the department, was found in the woods with the all-terrain vehicle on top of him

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