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Subject: Cops see arsonist video on Facebook; Drunk FF kills FF with car
Date: Tue May 27 21:28:15 MDT 2014
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FR1 Member Newsletter
Interview: How to reduce civilian deaths
How to protect portable radios from heat failure
May 27, 2014
Featured News
Vol. uses dash lights to deliver pizza, arrested Shooter kills 7 in 'mass murder' near UCSB LODD: Conn. deputy fire chief dies of heart attack
Today's Top Stories:
Dispatch sent FFs to wrong address at fatal fire: Unclear if victim would've survived had firefighters arrived sooner
City of Prescott names Dennis Light as fire chief: Dennis Light hopes to return the department to a sense of normalcy
Cops bust brothers for arson after posting video to Facebook: Video showed them setting fire to abandoned mobile home
Tenn. fire truck collides with car, 1 civilian injured
S.C. FF critically burned in deadly plane crash
Drunk FF runs over, kills fellow FF
Volunteer fire department under investigation shuts down
N.C. FF hurt in fall through floor at fire
Firefighters honor girl, 6, who called 911 to help mom
News Analysis
Emergency pizza driver a good reason to review POV light rules
 By Rick Markley, FR1 Editor in Chief
The young man in Rock Hill, S.C., who authorities say used his dash-mounted emergency lights while delivering pizzas, was arrested and suspended from his volunteer rescue squad. This isn't the next great threat facing the fire service — the sky is not falling. Yet, I suspect there are more incidents like this that go unreported by media outlets. Worse is how the lights change the driving behavior of those responding from home. Review your policies
1 on One
Interview: How I cut civilian deaths without spending more money
By Rick Markley, FR1 Editor in Chief
Former Louisville Fire Chief Russ Sanders discusses how he brought the city back from the brink of being the worst for civilian fire fatalities. Anyone can do it
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How to protect portable radios from heat failure
Jason Hoevelmann discusses recent studies about how portable radios are vulnerable to heat and what to do to minimize that risk. Watch the video

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Ladder truck hits power lines at Calif. house fire
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Ground ladder tips for the real world
By Jason Hoevelmann, FR1 Columnist
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