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Monday, October 24, 2016

Fire Rescue 1 Newsletter

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TOP NEWS
Body of missing Wash. FF found
Drunk driver slams into medical helicopter, fire truck
Colo. FF buys fire truck that inspired career choice
FDNY firefighters disciplined for hazing incident: The seven members involved received a pay cut and loss of vacation days
Funeral held for NY FF who died from 9/11-related cancer: Lt. John Rodriguez was involved with cleaning rigs that were used during 9/11
Pa. fire chief, 94, retires after 63-year career: The chief said 63 years is "a long friggin' time" and he now must pass the torch on to someone new
5 firefighters killed in Calif. wildfire remembered 10 years later
NTSB to probe Calif. bus crash that left 13 dead, 31 hurt
Ala. FF injured in apartment blaze
SC firefighter dies after son tries to revive him
Ind. fire, police union spar with city over health care
Dog dies protecting toddler in fatal Wash. fire
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EMS NEWS
How body-worn cameras improve fire, EMS documentation
By Greg Friese, EMS1 Editor-in-Chief
A study on documentation accuracy using body-worn cameras was discussed at EMS World Expo.
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FIRE APPARATUS
How to select the right chief's or quick response vehicle
By Robert Avsec, FR1 Columnist
With pickup trucks, SUVs and 4x4 vans getting a spot in more apparatus bays, it̢۪s important to get the right vehicle for the job.
The right fit 
How Firefighters are Coping with Fireground Stress
Take it from these firefighters, there are many ways to shake the stress from the fireground.
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REALITY TRAINING
Fire and the hazards of tilt-up construction
Chief Wylie discusses how poured in place tilt-up construction poses unique hazards for firefighters.
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Plane crashes in Malta, 5 killed
Tribute: Remembering Fla. Chief Russell Randolph
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468SC firefighter dies after son tries to revive him
358Firefighters on roofs: 3 no-excuse rules
347Dog dies protecting toddler in fatal Wash. fire
321Volunteer departments: Getting rigs on scene
319Body of missing Wash. firefighter found
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