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Important Request from Loudoun County Fire Rescue re: LODD FF Trevor Brown

This is an important easy request from Loudoun County Fire & Rescue for departments planning to send representation to the Memorial Celebration of Life for Fallen Firefighter Trevor Brown. a week from today. That includes: -APPARATUS -HONOR GUARD -PIPES & DRUMS They are asking that any public safety agency that would like to participate in any aspect...
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FIREFIGHTER CRUSHED BY APPARATUS ENGINE

An Arizona Firefighter is in critical condition after he was crushed by a fire apparatus engine, yesterday, Feb 23. The Gila Bend (Phoenix area) Firefighter had been performing maintenance on the rig’s engine when it came down on him. The Firefighter was airlifted to the hospital in life-threatening, critical condition..although the word is that he is...
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SEVEN FIREFIGHTERS INJURED AT GIANT APARTMENT BUILDING FIRE IN SPAIN

Valencia, Spain — The death toll from a dramatic fire that left two residential buildings charred in Valencia rose to 10 on Saturday after authorities announced they located the remains of what they believe is the last missing person. Forensic police found the 10th victim inside the scorched building, national government delegate in Valencia Pilar Bernabé told journalists....
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IMPORTANT-From The L.A. City FD

The following was sent by the Los Angeles City Fire Department to share with all Firefighters. Please pass this on and share it far and wide. It applies to EVERY Firefighter, Fire Officer & Chief everywhere. As you know, last Thursday, February 15th, LA City Firefighters responded to a truck on fire, which sent 9 Firefighters to the hospital after...
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“IN COMMAND” – Fire Captain Sues After Being Ordered Into Unoccupied Bldg Fire

ll, Here is an interesting situation that adds to the ever-ongoing discussion of when we go in and when we don’t. IMO: Like much of what we do-it depends on size up, conditions, immediately available resources, and information determined by the OIC who may be the first arriving fire officer, chief, or in some cases,...
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“I AM IN COMMAND” – Fire Captain Sues After Being Ordered Into Unoccupied Bldg Fire

Here is an interesting situation that adds to the ever-ongoing discussion of when we go in and when we don’t. IMO: Like much of what we do-it depends on size up, conditions, immediately available resources, and information determined by the OIC who may be the first arriving fire officer, chief, or in some cases, a...
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