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September 23, 2016

Honeywell and DuPont are providing 20 scholarships for firefighters to attend FDIC 2017. Read the details and nominate that deserving firefighter.

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Videos, Photos: Firefighters Killed in Moscow Warehouse Fire 

$subtitles.get($x)Eight Russian firefighters died when the roof of a plastics warehouse in Moscow collapsed while they were trying to extinguish a massive blaze, the Emergencies Minister said. (Russian Emergency Ministry press service photo via AP) 

Send a Firefighter to FDIC 2017! 

Tell us who and why your nominee is deserving of this scholarship opportunity by providing a short video or a short essay. Nominations are open until December 31, 2016. Recipients will be selected monthly through December. 

Safety and Health: Firefighter Fatalities 

$subtitles.get($x)Sudden cardiac death is a major threat to firefighters. It is imperative that firefighters rest, recover, and rehab after both training and working on the fireground. (Nathaniel J. Melby photo) 

Apparatus: Refurb is the Way to Go 

$subtitles.get($x)Elmont’s 2015 Spartan/ERV refurbed TDA. It was originally built as a Spartan/LTI. (Bob Vaccaro photo) 

Detroit Box, Houses Burning 

$subtitles.get($x)Detroit firefighters on the scene at Mark Twain and Intervale See More Videos

Moscow Warehouse LODD 

$subtitles.get($x)In this photo provided by Emergency Situations Ministry press service firefighters prepare to extinguish a large blaze at a plastic warehouse, reportedly stored a wide range of plastic goods, including artificial flowers, early Friday, Sept. 23, 2016. The Emergencies Ministry said that eight firemen died while trying to extinguish the blaze. ( Russian Emergency Ministry press service photo via AP) See More Galleries

Air Freshener Cause Car Explosion 

$subtitles.get($x)Approximately 10 percent of today’s aerosols use compressed gases, such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or even compressed air as propellants. Read More from Fire EMS Blogs
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