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Restaurant Fire at Ridin' Hy Ranch, New York

Tri-County Fire Videos - Horicon Fire was dispatched to a working Fire with about 200 people inside at 3:15 pm, 10-27-17. Units from Horicon Fire, Warrensburg Fire and Ems, Bolton Fire, North Warren ems, Chestertown Fire, Pottersville Fire, Hague…
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*On Scene* Horicon Fire, Fully Involved Structure Fire, Restaurant at Ridin' Hy Ranch, 10-27-17

Horicon Fire was dispatched to a working Fire with about 200 people inside at 3:15 pm, 10-27-17. Units from Horicon Fire, Warrensburg Fire and Ems, Bolton Fi...
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What is Your Department's Rule About Alcohol?

Tragedy in Indiana looks at alcohol use and POV response(Indiana State Police photo)Indiana Firefighter Struck and Killed by Intoxicated FirefighterLOUISVILLE, Kentucky – An Indiana firefighter was killed Friday night after being struck by a vehicle driven by another firefighter according to Indiana State Police.…See More
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Quick Window Hit or Straight Inside?

Tactical considerations based on fire behavior research give initial attack optionsVideo below is of a Daytona Beach house fire. Given the latest information on fire behavior research, SLICE-RS, door control and more, would your 'first water' be through the window or would you stretch a hoseline inside first? …See More
Nov 16
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Magnolia Fire company Tanker 55 responding to a trailer fire

Magnolia Fire company Tanker 55 responding to a trailer fire in Magnolia, DE 1-6-16
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What is Your Department's Rule About Alcohol?

Tragedy in Indiana looks at alcohol use and POV response(Indiana State Police photo)Indiana Firefighter Struck and Killed by Intoxicated FirefighterLOUISVILLE, Kentucky – An Indiana firefighter was killed Friday night after being struck by a vehicle driven by another firefighter according to Indiana State Police.…See More
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Joe Pronesti: A Main Street Success Story

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Winchester, Kentucky fire shows just how well training can pay off in a small department

Around 10 PM last Thursday June 1st, the Winchester Kentucky fire department which operates out of three fire stations and protects roughly 28,000 citizens responded to a fire on their Main Street, and as with many other fires that occur around the country this website posted raw video from the event.

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The Job. The Calling. My Short Story

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Featured Contributor David Polikoff shares how he got started

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Have Something to Say? Make Sure the Right Person is Talking

Posted on April 15, 2011 at 8:00am 2 Comments





REALITY CHECK

By Scott Cook



On March 6, 2011, six adults perished in a mobile home fire in my hometown. You may have read about it here on FirefighterNation.com.



This article is not about the fire, though, or the operations of the fire departments working the fireground. It’s about how the news was communicated to… Continue

2010 NFFF Memorial Weekend - Live!

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Memorial Service Broadcast: Sunday, October 3, 2010 9:00 am - 12:30 p.m. EST

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Q & A From Identifying & Securing Hybrid Vehicles Webinar

Posted on July 27, 2009 at 7:00pm 1 Comment

Recently Fire Rescue Magazine contributor Doug Cincurak, spent an hour discussing the ins and outs of Hybrid Vehicles in a FirefighterNation.com webinar entitled "… Continue

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At 12:10am on October 25, 2012, sharon said…
My name is Sharon from longisland Chicago fire is outstanding fire show I have ever scene, it shows what firefighters do. Its good to understand how they train,fight fires,and more.from Sharon burwin
At 3:02pm on January 15, 2012, Firefighter said…

Thanks for the add!

At 7:25am on January 1, 2011, Hondo said…
I hope that you have a Healthy, Happy & Safe 2011.

Stay Safe
At 12:20pm on September 21, 2010, Fabulous Heather Days of Summer said…
John Rish is posting Spam on the general discussion pages. Please remove him.
At 8:19pm on June 12, 2010, Hondo said…
At 11:51am on April 1, 2010, Dave Lucia said…
2 Firefighters Injured In Stafford Blaze
Resident Rescued Out Window

POSTED: 9:50 am EDT April 1,2010
UPDATED: 10:04 am EDT April 1,2010


STAFFORD, Conn. -- Two firefighters were treated for minor injuries suffered while battling a Stafford blaze Wednesday night.

Fire officials said flames broke out at an 11-unit apartment building on Main Street just after 9:30 p.m.

One of the building's residents was rescued out a window, fire officials said. They said the response time was quick for the department because two firefighters live in the building located next to the burned complex.

Members of the American Red Cross are assisting those displaced by the blaze.

Connecticut's latest breaking news is on WFSB.com and Channel 3 Eyewitness News
At 12:06pm on December 10, 2009, Mike said…
The Tempe, Arizona FD lost a ff Monday night. He had been elk hunting with a friend for 4-5 days E of Camp Verde when the blizzard started. The pair hunkered down for the night and about 2230, a 70 foot section of a ponderosa pine tree broke off about 20 feet above the ground landing on Skylar Stark's head and chest. His tent mate was uninjured and said Skylar never made a sound so it is assumed that he was killed instantly. The tent mate shot a hole on the tent that was now on fire as a result of a portable heater that was in the tent and ripped his way out of the tent. He cut himself back into the tent finding no signs of life and removed Skylar's cell phone and called 911. There was confusion regarding where the camp was located and as a result of the white out conditions, rescuers didn't arrive until 0330 Tuesday morning. Skylar was 964 and his 65 year old friend was hypothermic and suffering from smoke inhalation. Pine fire arrived and cut the body from the tree and confirmed him deceased. Skylar was 27 years old and had been with the TFD for 2 years. He leaves behind a wife, and 3 kids, ages 4 years, 2 years, and 8 months. He was a member of the LDS church. Visitation is scheduled for Friday evening at the mormon church in Queen Creek, services are scheduled for Saturday at the same location. The dept is asking for your thoughts and prayers right now
At 7:39pm on May 21, 2009, Ray Gayk said…
That's it.

Thanks

Ray
At 10:56pm on May 8, 2009, Derek Tesch said…
hey i saw your video about the roundabout hose load. where can I get information about that type of hose load for training at my department.
At 6:40pm on February 13, 2009, jack lambert said…
thanks for the add kept up the good work stay safe out there
 
 
 

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