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  • Scuttlebutt 9/14

    N.Y. Firefighter Wins Harley at 2014 Firehouse Expo Frank Hrbek Jr., a firefighter and former captain with the Elmont, NY, Fire Department, walked into Firehouse Expo on Saturday morning as a Harley-Davidson owner wannabe and left that afternoon the...

    Article • September 1st, 2014

  • For the Record 9/14

    Sendelbach Named Firehouse Editor-in-Chief Cygnus Business Media is proud to announce the appointment of Timothy E. Sendelbach as the editor-in-chief of Firehouse. In this newly expanded role, Sendelbach will be responsible for the content and...

    Article • September 1st, 2014

  • Louisiana Firefighter Cited For Disobeying Deputy Sheriff

    A Winnfield firefighter handcuffed and taken into custody by a Winn Parish Deputy Sheriff for refusing to comply with an order to move an engine at a crash scene.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • R.I. Armored Truck Overturns, Spilling Bags of Money

    Passers-by swarmed to the scene of an overturned armored car in Cranston that spilled bags of money during the mishap. It's not clear if any money was taken.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Washington 50-Car Pile Up Injures Nine People

    A crash on Interstate 82 involving about 50 cars sent nine people to local hospitals for treatment of injures -- none thought to be life-threatening.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Northern California Wildfires Show Slower Growth

    Cloudy skies and lower temperatures have slowed two new wildland fires in the Happy Camp area where as many as 250 homes are threatened.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Rocky 911 Transition in Fla. Stirs Claims of Mistakes

    A new 911 dispatch system in Broward Couty has been challenging and some say dangerous with fire crews dispatched to wrong addresses and delays in answering emergency calls.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Ohio Firefighters Vent on Fracking Fire Frustrations

    A fracking well fire in June claimed 20 trucks, challenged firefighters' abilities to battle the blaze and according to responders, pointed out failings with the process.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Pa. Chief Paramedic Retires After 38 Years on Job

    After thousands of calls ranging from saving a choking child to being stabbed in the back with a steak knife, Wilkes-Barre City's chief paramedic is retiring.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Chicago Firefighters Off to Work Encounter Bus Crash

    An O'Hare airport shuttle crash in front of two Chicago firefighters who helped free the driver and attended to injured passengers.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • S.C. Responders Rescue Teen Stuck in Muddy Marsh

    A teen who had been swimming in a creek between Harbor and Hunting islands was rescued by a firefighter on a jet ski after he couldn't make it back to the beach.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Neighbors Spring to Action While Calif. Home Burns

    A Santa Rosa house was spared more extensive damage after a fire erupted Saturday morning thanks to some quick thinking neighbors.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Ore. Man Hurt Saving Dog From Mobile Home Fire

    A man re-entered a Hillsboro mobile home after an electrical fire started trying to save a dog. The dog escaped the fire as two adults and a child.

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • California Garden Highway Closed by Wildland Fire

    California Garden Highway in South Natomas Closed by Wildland Fire

    News • August 31st, 2014

  • Two-Alarm Apartment Fire in N.H. Under Investigation

    Nine fire departments assisted Durham firefighters at a 2-alarm apartment fire that displaced about 30 residents included many University of New Hampshire students.

    News • August 31st, 2014

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