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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.

Stolen New York Ambulance Driven into Bay

“It was surreal to see somebody come flying through, crashing through our gate and go into the water,”

FDIC International 2022 Call for Presentations

The FDIC Experience is more than your traditional trade show it's about the learning and sharing with your peers formally and informally through hallway conversations, developing life-long friendships and recharging your passion for the industry.

One Dead after SUV Hits Car During Minneapolis Protest

A witness said the man driving an SUV was traveling at a high rate of speed and appeared to accelerate as he got closer to demonstrators who had blocked off a street.

Eight Injured as Vehicle Crashes into Guardrail at Texas Race

Eight people were injured Sunday night after a vehicle plowed into a crowd at a mud racing event in Texas.

13 Wounded in Downtown Austin Shooting

A shooting in a busy entertainment district in downtown Austin, Texas, injured 13 people early Saturday.

USFA: North Carolina On-Duty Death

While on his way to the fire station to respond to a vehicle accident Firefighter Ralph DeBlasi was involved in a single vehicle accident.

Report: California Encourages Rebuilding in Fire-Prone Areas

State and local policies emphasize retrofitting existing homes and ensuring homes have defensible space and communities have evacuation plans.

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