On July 1, 1988, five veteran firefighters were trapped and killed under a massive pile of stored auto parts and collapsed roof, ceiling, and truss assemblies.
On June 30, 2013, 19 firefighters with the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew were killed battling the Yarnell Hill Fire in Arizona.
Today marks 13 years since nine Charleston firefighters were killed in a fire at the Sofa Superstore
On June 18, 2007, a fire at the Sofa Super Store in Charleston, South Carolina, left nine firefighters dead.
Kevin J. Mochen recounts the 1972 collapse of the Hotel Vendome in Boston, an event which killed nine firefighters, the largest single loss of members' lives in Boston (MA) Fire Department history.
On Father's Day, June 17, 2001, an explosion at a hardware store in Queens killed three members of the Fire Department of New York (FDNY).
The former Philadelphia mayor says city should apologize for row house raid that caused an inferno that killed 11 people and destroyed more than 60 homes.
The National Fire Heritage Center announces Mark W. Lamplugh, Jr. to the Board of Trustees.
On the evening of March 25, 1911, a fire began on the eighth floor of the 10-story Asch Building that would become one of the deadliest industrial fires in United States history..
Join host Chris Baker as he discusses the history of the fire service with Bill Killen of the National Fire Heritage Center.