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Subject: 8 FFs hurt at house fire; Video: Parent smashes car to save kids at park
Date: Mon Jun 02 20:13:17 MDT 2014
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FR1 Member Newsletter
3 heat-related threats to FFs and how to fix them
Top 5 firefighting videos of May
June 2, 2014
Featured News
Order to police: Don't enter burning buildings Parent smashes car racing through kid-filled park Volunteer FFs: 'We may be down, but not out'
Today's Top Stories:
LODD: Batt. Chief, navy veteran dies at D.C. military base: Chief John McDonald began his career in 1974 as a volunteer
N.Y. cop intentionally run down was FF: It is unclear what the motive was for striking the state trooper
Injured Ill. FF files suit in crash that killed FF: Truck driver was sentenced to 4 years in prison for hitting a fire vehicle
Cop fired for failing to charge firefighter with DUI
Crews perform CPR on firefighter who collapsed at fire
Fire truck responding to structure fire collides head-on with car
8 R.I. FFs injured battling house fire
New charges in historic Idaho church arson
Batt. Chief's hunger pangs saved baby left at firehouse
News Analysis
A good list: What police can and can't do at a fire
 By Rick Markley, FireRescue1 Editor in Chief
This past weekend Chief Billy Goldfeder sent out a list of do's and don'ts for police officers who are first-arriving on a structure fire. It's something all police departments need to adopt — as New York City and now Cincinnati have. As you recall, the New York procedure review came in the wake of one of their officers dying trying to rescue residents in an apartment fire. Long overdue
FR1 Exclusive
3 heat-related threats to firefighters and how to fix them
By Robert Avsec, FR1 Columnist
When encapsulated in firefighting gear, heat-related illness can come fast and furious. Here are measures to prevent and treat its three variations. Damage control
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Top 5 firefighting videos of May
 Best clips include an EMT busting a move while driving his rig and a firefighter reuniting with the baby he saved 18 years ago at her high school graduation. Watch the videos

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FR1 Video
9/11 Memorial Museum tribute in time-lapse
This commemorative time-lapse honors the victims of 9/11 and is dedicated to their families and friends.
Helmet cam: House fire in Calif.
At about 6:00 minutes in the the video, the crew runs into a tough situation when the second floor has been burned through and getting to the fire is made difficult.
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Product News
3 technologies that will change how firefighters communicate
By David Simon, FR1 Columnist
Integrated push-to-talk, NPSBN and multi-band radios soon will expand how fire and EMS can communicate on scene. How they'll help
Product News
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