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Thursday, September 1, 2016

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Report: Philly FF died of heart disease
Conn. FFs honored for daring rescue
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Memorial held for Nev. wildland FF who died in his sleep: "He was respected as a mentor of younger firefighters"
Ohio chief: Low staffing levels puts firefighters at risk: The department only has between four and seven firefighters on duty during each shift
Fire, EMS must plan, train to mitigate terror attacks: A recent discussion paper describes best practices for EMS to active shooter, bombing and terror attacks
3 Texas FFs injured in head-on crash
Driver who killed 2 FFs said he lacked sleep, smoked marijuana
Calif. firefighters receive raise after two-year negotiation
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NY fire crews save funds by using syringes instead of EpiPens
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LEADING THE TEAM
How firefighters can set the tone with bystanders on scene
By Linda Willing, FR1 Columnist
It is nearly impossible to end communication with a civilian on a polite, rational note when it starts with threats and disrespect.
Check yourself 
THE DOMINO EFFECT
Why firefighters grab the wrong hose for the fire
By Mark ven der Feyst, FR1 Columnist
It's common for firefighters to grab a small hand line in the face of a raging fire. Here's why. 
Choose wisely 
FIRE SERVICE CHATS
Safety on the fireground
Chief Richard Marinucci discusses how fire safety officer training is improving and being verified.
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