Official: Boiler explosion triggered gas blast at Nevada dorm
The initial explosion occurred when a contractor was working to fix mechanical issues on the boiler
NJ enacts legislation aimed at helping 9/11 first responders
One measure permits volunteer first responders to qualify for disability pensions when they retire
Emergency crews on standby after Calif. earthquakes
There have been thousands of aftershocks after the recent 7.1 and 6.4 magnitude earthquakes
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Once overlooked as expensive and impractical, signal preemption has come a long way since the 1970s
Firefighters in Fire Trucks Getting Ice Cream – Dave Emanuel
In Part 1, Emanuel talks fire department accreditation and data collection
Pa. city uses state grant to upgrade hydrants for faster connection
The new connections will allow firefighter to more quickly attach hoses to hydrants and standardizes connections among communities