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"It's not something that you ever forget," said John Walters.
Walters was one of thousands of New York City firefighters at Ground Zero.
He got out alive, but 19 of the men at his station didn't make it, another one…Continue
Added by Cam Mitchell on September 29, 2016 at 10:05pm — No Comments
On Tuesday, New York City Fire Battalion Chief Michael Fahy, raising his young family in Yonkers, his own childhood rooted in North Rockland, died in the line of duty. He was in the Bronx, directing operations during a neighborhood evacuation, after a report of a possible gas leak. The house exploded, and Fahy was struck with debris.
The FDNY tradition runs strong, and…Continue
Added by Capt. D Lewis on September 28, 2016 at 7:12am — No Comments
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Around 40 emergency responders from Aberdeen, Watertown, Sioux Falls and Rapid City were at the Brown County Fairgrounds Wednesday and Thursday for training.
Jon Groen, response team coordinator with the South Dakota Department of Public Safety, said the training was for the "best of the best" and included firefighters,…Continue
Added by Cam Mitchell on September 17, 2016 at 10:51am — No Comments
As a former head of Internal Affairs sections for a major US police department and now an FOP-approved officers' defense attorney, George Bush II speaks with considerable authority when he says, "Most officers do not have a clue about the scope of their rights when they themselves are the target of an investigation."
That subject is…Continue