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Rockton, Illinois Chemical Plant Burns in Massive Fire

An explosion at a chemical plant in northern Illinois sparked massive fires that sent flames and huge plumes of thick black smoke high into the air and debris raining onto the ground.

Wichita Firefighters Save One of Their Own at House Fire

Two firefighters carried him out of the home within 20 seconds, but he had no pulse and wasn't breathing.

Car Strikes Pittsburgh Plasma Center, Killing Three and Starting a Fire

A car crashed into a building housing a plasma center in Pittsburgh on Saturday, killing three people and injuring two others, one critically.

Close Call after Venting the Roof in California

Watch this roof collapse during a house fire in San Bernardino County.

New Haven Union Hits City Leadership Over Unsafe Conditions

When asked if the fire may have had a different outcome had there been a chief of operations on the scene Cannon stated, “We were warned to not go there. I’m going there. Yes.”

Videos: Large Condo Fire Displaces Dozens in Massachusetts

Fire Chief Moriarty said they had water problems because they don’t have a lot of high volume water in the area.

Engine Work: Foam, Dollar Stores, and Long Stretches

There's a little bit of everything in this engine company discussion.

Four Dead, Nine Hurt in Phoenix Tanker Crash

Federal safety officials said Thursday they will investigate a crash in which authorities said a milk tanker going too fast collided with seven passenger vehicles on a Phoenix freeway.

Downtown Los Angeles Third Street Blaze

The structural integrity of the building was too compromised for firefighters to enter and finish extinguishment

Wildfires Smolder Across Drought-Stricken Southwest

A wildfire in Arizona that had neighboring New Mexico breathing in smoke was one of several blazes scorching the drought-stricken Southwest, signaling what could be a devastating summer.

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