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Columbus firefighters made rescue from burning home

Columbus (IN) Firefighters Rescue Woman From Burning Home

Columbus (IN) firefighters rescued a female trapped in a mechanical lift device after fire broke out in her home.
From memorial for slain Fire Fighter Specialist Tory Carlon

Slain Los Angeles County (CA) Firefighter Remembered at Memorial

Tory Carlon, 44, was fatally shot at Fire Station 81 in Agua Dulce by a colleague with whom he had been feuding with over workplace issues, authorities said.
Multiple elevated streams at Rockton IL plant fire

Foam Containing ‘Forever Chemicals’ Used at IL Chemical Plant Fire

A company hired to help extinguish a massive fire used foam containing toxic compounds that have tainted surface waters and groundwater across the U.S.
Wildfire in Reno Nevada area

Crews Quell NV Wildfire Near Reno

Fire lines were holding and evacuations were lifted overnight after a fast-growing wildfire forced some people out of homes and closed highways for several hours.
Diane Cotter and her husband

APS Radio: Diane Cotter

Jim Burneka speaks with Diane Cotter about how she became aware of "forever" chemicals and her ongoing fight to remove these chemicals from our fire gear.

CAL FIRE Unit Rolls Over Responding to Fire in Auburn (CA)

The engine crashed on Mount Vernon Road as it was heading to a "spot fire" fire on Buffalo Road.
Oakland Fire Department apparatus

Firefighter Injured, Three Residents Displaced in Two Oakland (CA) Fires

Two West Oakland fires Thursday morning left a firefighter injured and three residents of a Victorian house displaced, authorities said.
Tubing deaths in North Carolina

Three Dead, Two Missing After Tubers Go Over NC Dam

Three people are dead and two remain missing after a group floating down a river on inflatable tubes went over a dam in North Carolina.
Montana wildfires

MT Fire Aircraft Return to Duty After Helicopter Crash

Montana ’s firefighting aircraft are returning to duty Friday after a helicopter crash grounded the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation fleet as major wildfires broke out this week.
Fire Department of New York (FDNY)

Retired FDNY Member Who Responded on 9/11 Receiving Hospice Care for Cancer

After retiring from the department, Michael Bishop responded as a volunteer to Ground Zero. Now living in Massachusetts, he is on hospice treatment.