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Friends, colleagues share memories of Lt. Paul Butrim, Firefighter-Paramedic Kelsey Sadler and EMT-Firefighter Kenny Lacayo
Officials confirmed the deceased members include Lt. Paul Butrim, Firefighter-Paramedic Kelsey Sadler and EMT-Firefighter Kenny Lacayo
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Smith wrote the renowned “Report from Engine Co. 82” and later founded Firehouse Magazine
Tracy Blanchette has been promoted to captain after a state board said she was wrongly passed over for the promotion previously
Buffalo Firefighter Eric Whitehead cited his radio, being left alone in the attic and his "acting up" status as factors that led to his distress during the incident
The Lawnside Fire Company truck and a civilian vehicle collided in Magnolia
The Village of Minoa Fire Department has a new chief, and the mayor's office is conducting an investigation
It’s the responsibility of fire service organizations to provide some education and awareness about the reality of this work
A Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force is investigating the incident involving Newark Captain Carlos A. Rivera and a retired FF, who was also found unresponsive but survived
Flags were flown at half-staff in honor of Firefighter Timothy Kath and fundraisers have been established for his family
Austin James Corry, 29, pleaded guilty to multiple felony counts of forcible sexual abuse of a fellow Kanosh, Utah, firefighter whom he supervised
An email sent to city leaders claims that many firefighters are not responding to multi-alarm fires, yet are receiving pay for them
The two firefighters had been searching for victims and were about to exit the second floor at the time of the collapse
"I’ve been here 30 years, and I’ve never had this happen," said Captain Jon Moore with the Mesquite Fire Department
Harold Schaitberger's financial conduct is again under review; IAFF intends to cooperate, saying "the organization's status, if any, is that of a victim”
Can you guess the No. 1 fire movie for firefighters? (Spoiler alert: It’s not ‘Backdraft’)
Most of these skill-building exercises can be used year-round and with minimal cost and equipment
South Bend FD members have cited a culture of harassment and discrimination, but the St. Joseph County prosecutor said detectives could not find a suspect
Assistant Chief Frank Leeb details crews’ ‘Herculean effort’ to prevent additional deaths and injuries, and underscores the importance of training


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