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Saturday CarToon: 2013 Camaro SS

Fossilmedic frolics in Reno and wonders about winter muscle car performance.

Truck Driver Killed After Crashing, Taking Down Pedestrian Bridge

The crash brought down the entire bridge, wrecking the truck and fatally injuring the driver.

Shreveport Update: Fire Chief and Assistant Chief Fired

THE EMBATTLED SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA, Fire Chief Craig Mulford and his Assistant Chief were both terminated from employment Thursday.

Industrial Blaze … Ka-Booms … Collapse in Chicago

A 3-ALARM BLAZE STRUCK THE LAWNDALE section of Chicago, Illinois, Thursday afternoon that completely destroyed two manufacturing businesses.

Another Fire Chief Goes Dipping – Takes Son With Him

A NOW-FORMER FIRE CHIEF AND HIS SON have been indicted in Seaville, New Jersey, and charged with stealing more than $45,000 from their fire company.

Bus Driver Charged In Fatal Crash

THE DRIVER OF A NEW YORK CITY TOUR BUS that crashed near New Castle, Delaware, Sunday has been charged and is being held pending bail.

Frisco Firefighters Join Fight To Force Fire Chief Out

The letter expresses a call for replacing the fire chief and bringing in "new Ideas."

Looking Back

LaFlex Fire Hose high lights every desirable feature of an outstanding fire hose.

House Ka-Boom – No Fire – Home Destroyed

“The whole front wall is out, and that created that the second floor is coming down, so it is very dangerous,”

A New Firehouse From The Ashes

IT WAS ONE YEAR AGO THIS MONTH THAT the Gordon Volunteer Fire Department in Douglas County, Wisconsin, lost its firehouse and six trucks to a devastating fire.

LOOKING BACK

# 1 > Looking back over the years, things have really changed,65 years ago at the age of 15, I was voted in as a Junior member, later on I was voted in as president of the junior's, at 20, I became a driver operator, trucks, ambulance, with training. Show More Summary

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  We joined the emergency services to help people.  We get antsy when we go shifts without feeling like we’ve made an impact.  We use language that doesn’t seem right to ‘normal’ people, like “good fire” in reference to that hard work we put in or…

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