Most Read: February 2021

A look at some of what was read the most in February.

A look at some of what was read the most in February

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No.2 Loaded Firearm Discharges in Wisconsin Fire, Firefighter Critically Injured

(Google/Andy Fallon photo)

A 35-year-old firefighter with the Cornell Fire Department is in critical condition Tuesday night after a loaded gun discharged a bullet into his abdomen as firefighters fought a Rusk County structure fire Friday. READ MORE

No.3 Washington Firefighters Rescue Man Trapped Inside Garbage Truck

KIRO reports that Marysville Fire District firefighters rescued a man trapped inside a garbage truck on Friday. READ MORE

No.4 Intoxicated Detroit Firefighter Crashes Rig on Call

Sources told the Local 4 Defenders there was drinking, a lot of drinking and members of Squad Six were on duty and drove the fire engine to the party. READ MORE

No.5 No Ladder Near, Chicago Firefighter Jumps from Roof

(NewsNationNow, YouTube)

A Chicago firefighter is seen on video having to jump from the roof of a burning building and onto the porch of another building during a South Side fire Friday morning. READ MORE

No.6 Texas Fire Departments Battle Large Commercial Structure Fire

(Haltom City Emergency Management photo, Twitter)

A massive, five-alarm fire destroyed a foam recycling plant in Richland Hills on Thursday, sending up smoke that could be seen for miles in North Texas. READ MORE

No.7 Ambulance Burns Inside Pennsylvania EMS Station

An ambulance caught on fire Thursday night inside the garage of the Western Berks Ambulance Association station in West Lawn and smoke damage put a second ambulance and a support vehicle as well as the station itself temporarily out of service, a fire official said Friday morning. READ MORE

No.8 Fire on Two Floors at Harlem Apartment Building

(THEMAJESTIRIUM1/Mark, YouTube)

Here you will see the FDNY battling a second-alarm fire in a multiple dwelling on Riverside Drive in the Washington Heights area of Manhattan in New York City. (Heavy fire portion of video courtesy or Mark) READ MORE

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