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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Fire Rescue 1 Newsletter

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TOP NEWS
LODD: NH FF suffered heart attack after training
Hawaii firefighter critically injured during training
Calif. FF's body returns home with fire, police escort
DC Fire, EMS chief: Private ambulances improve EMS: Using private ambulances has freed up more DC ambulances for ALS calls
Q&A: Granite Mountain Hotshot survivor: The only survivor of one of the deadliest wildfires in U.S. history discusses his life since the fire 
Orlando shooting: Paramedic posted play-by-play as incident unfolded: An off-duty paramedic used a radio-traffic app to post Facebook updates during the Pulse incident
LA firefighters find 4 more dead in abandoned office fire
U.S. fire chief dies in 10-story fall in Turkey
Firefighters from 3 departments rebuild firefighter widow's deck
Alaska fire chief loses home in fire
Firefighters donate blood for Orlando shooting victims
Fire damages NY dept.'s gear, rigs
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GETTING GRANTS
Fire grant programs: How to save them
By Jerry Bryant, FR1 Columnist
While funding for next year's grants is on track, the entire program is set to expire. Here's how to keep them alive
Saving the program 
VOLUNTEER VOICE
2 great fire chiefs remembered
By Robert Rielage, FR1 Columnist
The fire service recently lost two fire chiefs whose contributions continue to propel us forward.
Walking in giants' shadows 
LIFESTYLE & OFF-DUTY
6 epic gift ideas for your fireman father this Father’s Day
By Megan Wells, FR1 Contributor
Having a hard time thinking of a gift for Dad this year? Here are our six recommendations to wow your Dad.
Thoughtful gifts 
FR1 EXCLUSIVE
Orlando shooting is latest teaching event for emergency responders
By Art Hsieh, FR1 Columnist
Fire and EMS leaders need to study successes and failures as an opportunity to reduce death and disability from the next mass shooting.
Takeaway lessons 
ORIGINAL VIDEO
Big rig rescue: Lesson 2
This lesson takes an in-depth look at different cribbing and stabilization methods.
Watch the video 
NOW ON FLASHOVERTV
Truck on fire arrives at station, no one there
Air tanker soaks bystanders near tiny fire with 1,000s of gallons of water
1,215Calif. firefighter dies during family vacation
833Fla. fire department receives EMS motorcycle
625NFL player leaves game to fight fires
566Firefighters from across the Carolinas memorialize fallen colleague
439D.C. firefighters help injured man, finish yard work
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