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Firefighting News: Chicago Firefighters Cite Study to Fight Job Cuts

The Chicago Fire Department's union chief used a new federal report on fighting high-rise fires to push back against potential job cuts as part of protracted labor negotiations with Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration, reports the Chicago Tribune. The study by the U.S. Commerce Department, the national firefighters union and other organizations focused on response times to blazes in 13-story buildings and found that crews of five or six firefighters put out fires and conducted search-and-rescue operations "significantly faster" than three-person or four-person teams. Read more of the story here http://bit.ly/10RWKqp

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