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Monday, May 23, 2016

Fire Rescue I Newsletter

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7-year-old boy saves dad from fire
Dash cam: Trooper saves infant from fiery upside-down car
Fire kills 18 Thai schoolgirls
Texas fire inspectors refuse to follow mandated shortcuts: The policy would force inspectors to perform substandard assessments that may put firefighters at risk
Former assistant fire chief accused of stealing $100K: The former fire chief was indicted for taking more than $100,000 from department coffers
Researchers tracking health of Canadian firefighters: The study aims to explore correlations between several factors and firefighter health
Chief sued for firing FFs in retaliation
Pa. FF falls from roof battling fire
UFC champion credits firefighting for victory
Telemedicine robot named after FF, stroke survivor
FFs save wheelchair-bound woman
Idaho community remembers fallen firefighter
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Fire officer rehab: Get off your butt
By Bruce Evans, FR1 Columnist
Research show sitting is the new smoking, and for fire officers who sit a lot rehab means moving.
Science behind sitting 
Firefighting lessons from massive explosions
By Robert Rielage, FR1 Columnist
Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it, and when it comes to ammonium nitrate, forgetting is not an option.
Learning from Tianjin 
Do you have what it takes to be a smokejumper?
By Megan Wells, FR1 Contributor
As the ‘special ops’ of firefighting, smokejumpers need extreme skills to succeed in extreme conditions.
Find out 
10 things to look for in a fire helmet camera
By Robert Avsec, FR1 Columnist
In addition to what to look for, here's a list of what's on the market and how much you'll spend.
Gear up 
Fighting a recreational vehicle fire
Chief Wylie covers six key points for attacking a fire in these little houses on wheels. 
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Smoke jumper fire fighting training circa 1948
Firefighter wife dances, runs to raise awareness for cancer
938Texas firefighters get ballistic vests, helmets
595Engine donated in memory of fallen firefighter
521Firefighter accused of throwing helmet at oncoming vehicle put on leave
491Philly fire dept. cracks down on bogus 911 calls
416Bill would allow Ohio firefighters, medics to treat pets
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