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Paramedics rushing into high-threat, mass-casualty situations in Florida’s Hillsborough County will be doing so without body armor.
Police have detained a man for questioning as they figure out how a two-alarm fire in Hermosa Beach was started Thursday morning.
Houston City Council on Wednesday formally reversed the 220 firefighter layoffs and hundreds of demotions it approved earlier this year, making official Mayor Sylvester Turner’s pledge not to lay off or demote any firefighters in the aftermath of a judge’s ruling that Proposition B is unconstitutional.
John Capo recalled one Tuesday night a few years ago when he went to the Pulse nightclub to celebrate his friend’s birthday.
A four-alarm fire broke out in Brooklyn earlier this morning, injuring 12 people and sending over 170 firefighters to the scene.
Flammable building materials used to clad a high-rise fueled the 2017 blaze that tore through London’s Grenfell Tower, turning the residential complex into a “flaming coffin” for the 72 people who died, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Philadelphia against three American companies.
A New York City firefighter was arrested Monday after he allegedly rammed his muscle car into a cyclist at a West Side Highway intersection.
Two of the three Texas firefighters involved in a recent harassment incident reportedly impersonated police a month earlier.
A custom cabinetry factory in business for 31 years was destroyed in a fire Tuesday night in northwest Dallas.
Congress took the first step Wednesday to finally remedy its slow-motion response to the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, passing a bill out of committee that would permanently fund compensation for ailing survivors and first responders.