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Posted: Dec 14, 2018

Fallen Massachusetts Firefighter's Ladder 4 gets prepped for funeral services

For years, they’ve watched from across the street as the trucks go in and out of the Park Avenue fire station, protecting the city and its residents. Now Harris Auto Body is returning the favor, giving two fire trucks a final detailing in preparation for Firefighter Christopher J. Roy’s funeral services.
- PUB DATE: 12/14/2018 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: Worcester Telegram & Gazette
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Posted: Dec 14, 2018

3 simple ways to avoid a fire department PR nightmare

Southwest Airlines recently found itself in hot water and had to apologize for the actions of one of its employees. That person, a gate agent, had joked with coworkers about the unusual name of one of the passengers on the flight, and later posted a picture of that passenger’s boarding pass to her personal social media account.
- PUB DATE: 12/14/2018 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: FireRescue1
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Posted: Dec 14, 2018

Baltimore County fire chief to retire

Two more top Baltimore County officials are leaving as County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. sets up his new administration. Fire Chief Kyrle Preis and planning director Andrea van Arsdale announced this week that they are retiring. They were two of the department heads who were not included in a list of appointments and reappointments that Olszewski sent to the Baltimore County Council last week.
- PUB DATE: 12/14/2018 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: Baltimore Sun
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Posted: Dec 14, 2018

Fire Truck Photo of the Day-Alexis Top-Mount Pumper-Tanker

Gifford (IL) Fire Protection District top control pumper-tanker. Freightliner M2 cab and chassis; Cummins L9 350-hp engine; heavy-duty aluminum body with galvanized steel subframe; APR 2,000-gallon polypropylene tank.

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Posted: Dec 13, 2018

Decision Postponed on Mount Vernon (WA) Fire Station

 
 

The delay means that should the council choose to send the proposal to voters, it will not be able to be on a ballot until April.

The bulk of the money from the bond would be used to build a new downtown fire station. The current downtown station, which was built in the 1960s, no longer fits the Mount Vernon Fire Department's needs, Chief Bryan Brice said.

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