Firefighting News: Wisconsin Fire Chief Investigating if Firefighters Damaged Fire House

10/02/2013
Milwaukee's fire chief is investigating whether nine firefighters should be disciplined for allegedly damaging the inside of a fire house, reports The Associated Press. The firefighters were put on administrative suspension Tuesday and aren't reporting to work during the investigation, said Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission Executive Director Michael Tobin. The nine are still being paid. He said Wednesday the allegations also involve other inappropriate conduct inside the firehouse, which is on the north side of town. It did not involve any citizens, he said. "The events under investigation in no way had any negative impact to the citizens we serve," Fire Chief Mark Rohlfi...

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