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Grain Bin Entrapment and Engulfment “Seconds to Tragedy” from the Grain Handling Safety Coalition

The Grain Handling and Safety Coalition presents “Seconds to Tragedy-Grain Safety for Young Workers”. In 2010, two young workers were engulfed and killed inside a grain bin in Mt. Carroll, IL. This tragedy inspired a group of individuals to form the Grain Handling and Safety Coalition. Firefighters, paramedics, police officers and area farmers responded on […]

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LAFD Processions, Funeral for Firefighter Kelly Wong After He Fell from a Ladder During a Training Drill on June 3, 2017

LAFD procession for firefighter Kelly Wong after he was killed during a training drill about 9:40 a.m. Saturday June 3, 2017 near 4th and Main in downtown Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Fire Department issued an official preliminary summary report by the LAFD Serious Incident Review Team regarding the death of LAFD Firefighter III Kelly […]

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Lancaster Fire: Men, Women Respond to Fire Station from Home or Work

@lancaster_fire #Retained women and men responding now from work/home on foot, bike or car to serve their #Community Join us @LancashireFRS pic.twitter.com/XfK38ijDch — Steve Roberts (@FirestnMgr) January 4, 2017

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Veterans Day Tributes 11.11.2015

VETERANS DAY: From all of us here at ABC 7 Chicago, thank you to all of those who served. This is Naperville's '… Posted by ABC 7 Chicago on Wednesday, November 11, 2015

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Man Found Sleeping in Living Area at Naperville Fire Station Gets Trips to Hospital and Is Arrested for Trespass

Naperville firefighters found a man sleeping and vomiting in their living area and transported him to Edward Hospital. Zachary Long, age 26, of the 500 block of Big Horn Road, was then charged with criminal trespass to real property and criminal damage to property. He posted $150 of his $1,500 bail at the Naperville police […]

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Husband and Wife Rescued from 6-Story Commercial Building on West Olympic Boulevard Near Union Avenue, Westlake, Los Angeles

Two people were rescued from a burning six-story commercial building in the Westlake district, authorities said today. Los Angeles firefighters responded about 7:45 p.m. Tuesday to a fire in a 6-story commercial building. Flames were showing from much of the fifth floor and top floor. The fire was extinguished by 170 firefighters in 81 minutes, […]

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Palm Tree Fire with Exposures in High Winds at Mansfield Ave & Venice Blvd, Los Angeles

LAFD Engine 68 at a palm tree fire at Mansfield Avenue & Venice Boulevard. Los Fire Department responded to report of a palm tree on fire at Mansfield Avenue & Venice Boulevard in Mid-City. Upon arrival LAFD Engine 68 on scene reported a palm tree on fire up against high-tension power lines. Unable to put […]

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Fire at Walmart in Durango, Colorado Extinguished with Fire Extinguisher

Fire at an end cap at Walmart in Durango. Reported intentionally set fire in a Walmart in Durango, Colorado — unknown date. The video was published March 20, 2013. Injuries: Unknown Fire Damage Estimate: $Unknown  facebook …  GET ALERTS on Facebook.com/CardinalEmergencies GET ALERTS on Facebook.com/ArlingtonCardinal Stay informed with news from PublicSafetyReporter.com’s Emergencies Behind the Scenes […]

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Lafayette, Indiana Police Officer Keeps Job After Pushing Man’s Wheelchair Over; Suspended 30 Days

DASHCAM: LaFayette police officer Lt. Tom Davidson pushes over man in wheelchair. A Lafayette, Indiana, police lieutenant shoved a man in a wheelchair that tipped over into the street on Oct. 1, 2013 incident. The video was released this month. The video shows Lt. Tom Davidson in a conversation with Nicholas Kincade, 25, who was […]

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Firefighters Leave Groceries at Costco to Respond to Call; Return to Paid Bill from “Air Force Wife”

THANK YOU FIREFIGHTERS: A crew of Vacaville firefighters were shopping for meals for their shift at Costco over the Memorial Day weekend on May 24 2014, when they received an emergency call and had to leave their groceries and respond to the call. After returning to the store, they found a military wife had paid […]

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