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Saturday, June 25, 2016

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TOP NEWS
18 dead in W.Va. floods, focus on search and rescue
Ambulance crash injures 2 firefighters
2 FFs killed in Hong Kong blaze
Orlando firefighter: 'It was our finest hour of performance': OFD transported 26 patients to the hospital and bandaged many other walking wounded
Tenn. fire dept. implements pilot community paramedicine program:The program could save the city money and drastically reduce the number of nonemergency calls by 'frequent flyers'
Dozens treated for burns during coal walk at motivational speaker's event:Officials said someone erroneously called 911 reporting hundreds of people needed medical attention for severe burns
Neb. firefighter-EMT awaits double lung transplant
Calif. wildfire grows to 19,000 acres, burns 80 homes
FFs, USAR search rubble after tornado kills 98 in China
4 Neb. firefighters injured in rig crash
Texas FFs battle blaze at chief's home
Ark. chief on leave after DUI arrest
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HEALTH & WELLNESS
Suicide is killing our firefighters: What's to blame and how to stop it
By Megan Wells, FireRescue1 Contributor
It’s easy to forget that first responders are humans, too, and that the horrific scenes they witness can take a toll on mental health.
Break the silence 
EDITOR'S NOTE
Firefighter, medic training for suicides may be lagging
By Rick Markley, FR1 Editor-in-Chief
A recent story shows the importance of understanding how to handle suicide calls and that we've got a long way to go.
Saving lives 
FR1 EXCLUSIVE
911 outages a danger to all
By Art Hsieh, FR1 Contributor
Modern and legacy 911 systems have weaknesses and potential failure points, which put civilians and responders at risk.
Head of the beast 
GETTING GRANTS
How to measure grant seeking success in a fire department or EMS agency
By Diane H. Leonard, GPC, FR1 Contributor
Use a combination of the measurement tools and concepts to measure and assess grant seeking success for your fire department or EMS agency.
Increase your funding 
TIP OF THE WEEK
More rungs above the roofline
Extending a ground ladder to a minimum of three rungs above the roof line allows firefighters to see the ladder and have safe access on and off it.
Check it out 
NOW ON FLASHOVERTV
Firefighters battle Calif. house fire
Burning W.Va. home floats down flooded creek
2,788Fla. firefighter makes flags out of fire hoses
1,0082nd firefighter dies battling huge Cyprus forest fire
707Reality Training: Pre-arrival backdraft
665Study: Calif. firefighters can earn up to $300,000 a year in overtime
4934 serious reasons why firefighters pass out
3M unveils its first-ever, seamless heat-applied fire coat trim
Learn about the recently released 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Material - Series 5600 Fire Coat Comfort Trim, a seamless heat-applied fire coat trim with trusted conspicuity. 
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