The possibility of a Coronavirus outbreak in the Northwest’s fire camps this summer was avoided
With the number of coronavirus patients requiring hospitalization rising at alarming levels, Missouri and perhaps a handful of other states are unable to post accurate data on COVID-19 dashboards because of a flaw in the federal reporting system.
Nine total firefighters in town — eight paid and one volunteer — have been exposed to COVID-19, and five of the nine have tested positive since Oct. 12.
Four Peterborough first responders have tested positive for COVID-19, and another eight are in quarantine after coming into close contact with people who contracted the coronavirus.
A retired firefighter who was upset with Wichita's mask ordinance was arrested on suspicion of threatening to kidnap and kill the mayor of Kansas' largest city, authorities said.
The San Francisco Fire Department has revealed the circumstances leading to the death of a firefighter during a training exercise last week, noting that restrictions implemented to stem the spread of the coronavirus might have played a role.
The First Annual “Battle of the Badges” Blood Drive is a way for first responders to give back to the community and compete in a friendly competition at the same time.
An Attleboro Fire Department member has been hospitalized in serious condition and several others are now quarantining after all tested positive for COVID-19 amid a recent outbreak.
Fire Chief Richard “Rick” Todd, 58, of the Salem (WV) Volunteer Fire Department responded to an EMS call where an individual had a known case of COVID-19.
In this edition, Chris Mc Loone of Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment discusses how the pandemic has influenced the fire service industry.