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Thursday, October 6, 2016

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October 6, 2016

LIVE from Key Hose Headquarters! Join Bobby Halton and Bill Gustin as they sit down with some of the wonderful folks from Key Hose and discuss NFPA standards, annual flow testing, friction loss, heat resistance and the latest research and development going on at Key Hose. You can participate in the discussion as always with the hashtag #FEtalk. Details HERE.

Bill Carey, Online News/Blog Manager

“The Fire Next Door” 

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The South Bronx “has all the superlatives: highest crime, poorest people, greatest unemployment, worst blight, and the world's record for arson.” (CBS Special Report image) 

Investigation Reveals Severity of Injury in Honolulu Fall 

$subtitles.get($x)Despite HFD officials at the time telling media the firefighter’s condition was stable, the witness video, first-hand accounts, and a federal investigation reveal a much more serious accident. (KHON video image) 

Bonus Tuesday Broadcast!!! 

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Join our hosts Bill Gustin and Bobby Halton live as they tour Key Hose headquarters in Dothan, Alabama. 

Gallery: Pope Visits Italy Quake Site, Firefighters 

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Pope Francis shakes hands with a firefighter in the quake-struck village of San Pellegrino, Italy. (L'Osservatore Romano/Pool Photo via AP). 

Safety and Health: Will We Forget Our Past Again? 

$subtitles.get($x)Whatever the cause, more members were being forced to jump from windows, creating a great problem that needed to be addressed immediately. To rectify the problem, the FDNY, with financial help from the FDNY Foundation and under the direction of the FDNY fire commissioner, directed the Division of Training (DOT) to develop a pilot program called “Nylon Rope and Sav-Tee Harness System.” 

Haz-Matters from Chester County 

$subtitles.get($x)Here’s a group of Haz-Matters from all across the Nation! Looks like Chester County is a popular name for Haz-Matters across the county. Read More from Fire EMS Blogs
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