Most Read: March 2021

A look at some of what was most read in March 2021.

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

FirefighterNation Staff

No.1 Prescott, Arizona Mourns Sudden Loss of Young Firefighter

Firefighter/EMT Tye Seets (City of Prescott photo)

According to Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light: “The Prescott Fire Department family would ask that you keep the Seets family and all our first responders in your thoughts and prayers during this very difficult and challenging time.” READ MORE

No.2 The Thing They Don’t Tell You About a Dead Body

You can give human beings in cardiac arrest chest compressions, you can breathe for them, and you can inject them with fluids, but if none of that works, the body will just lie on the floor like a sack of rice. READ MORE

No.3 Field Amputation at Oklahoma Industrial Site

Oklahoma City firefighters work to free a man whose arm is trapped in a conveyor belt on Thursday, March 11, 2021. (NewsOn6)

Firefighters had to call in a surgeon who amputated the worker’s arm near the shoulder in order to free him from the conveyor belt. READ MORE

No.4 Firefighter Critical, Instructors Removed, after Incident at NY Fire Academy

23-year-old Watertown firefighter Peyton Morse experienced a medical emergency Wednesday at the training facility that left him in critical but stable condition. READ MORE

No.5 California Man Questions Firefighters Shopping

(Andy Porkchop, YouTube)

Torrance Paramedic Fire Rescue PUT to GOOD USE! Shopping,Transporting GROCERIES with a Crew of TWO! READ MORE

No.6 Body of Missing Firefighter Recovered from New York Senior Center Fire

Firefighters work on the scene of a fire that burned down the Evergreen Court Home for Adults Tuesday, March 23, 2021, in Spring Valley, N.Y. The fire swept through the suburban New York assisted living home and caused a partial collapse early Tuesday. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

A firefighter who was trapped in a blaze that swept through a suburban New York assisted living home was found dead Wednesday, a day after the fire caused a partial collapse of the building and killed one resident, officials said. READ MORE

No.7 Detroit Firefighters Speak Out About Drinking, Partying on the Job

“I am a firefighter for the city of Detroit. All of the information is completely correct,” said one Detroit firefighter. “We need a change as a department. Our guys are routinely drunk on calls.” READ MORE

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