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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Fire Rescue 1 Newsletter

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2 FFs killed battling Cyprus forest fire
Man saves crash victims, fire dept. bills him $140
2 Calif. adjacent wildfires remain uncontained, grow to 5K acres
Study: Calif. firefighters can earn up to $300K a year in overtime: Overtime payments indicate an average workweek of more than 100 hours
'Nothing can prepare you mentally' says Orlando medic after mass shooting: 'We're human รข€“ we cry, we laugh. We train to move on, but it's still in our head'
Memphis firefighters may face residency requirement: Opponents said the move would hurt the city's ability to fill the 200 firefighter and 500 police vacancies
NM fire chief charged with impersonating cop
NC FFs spar over discipline of 'discriminatory' social media posts
Imposter poses as firefighter, dupes motorists for donations
Conn. dept. earns highest ISO rating
Fla. firefighter captures serial car burglar outside station
Ala. firefighters rescue teen from giant Barney head
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You crashed the fire truck: Now what?
By Robert Avsec, FR1 Columnist
Nobody wants to crash the department rig, but it happens. Here's a plan for what to do before and after a crash.
Acting responsibly 
Can fire and medic applicants be asked if they have a criminal history?
By Margaret Keavney, Esq., FR1 Contributor
The 'Ban the Box' campaign, and EEOC guidance, needs to be considered when asking applicants to disclose criminal convictions.
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Detroit firefighter accuses fire photographer of arson
Volunteer firefighters save deer in backyard on Father's Day
1,02312 secrets firefighters know that 'regular' people don't
8332nd firefighter dies battling huge Cyprus forest fire
373Why two Fla. daughters followed father into firefighting
531Nine SC fallen firefighters honored nine years after fatal fire
500Fla. firefighter makes flags out of fire hoses
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