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Autopsy Concludes Watertown, NY, Firefighter Died of Natural Causes

City firefighter Peyton L.S. Morse died of natural causes after he suffered a medical emergency while he was involved in a training exercise.
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UL FSRI Course Addresses Impact of Ventilation on Commercial Structure Fires

UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute (FSRI) announced the release of the new “Impact of Ventilation on Strip Malls” online training course.

Veteran Firefighter Dies After Training Session

Firefighter Dennis B. Shennard of the Kingston Volunteer Fire Company #1 suffered a heart attack around 10 a.m. while the company conducted a live burn evolution at the Middlesex County Fire Academy.

Who Says EMS Recertification Needs to Be So Difficult? The Benefits of Online Learning...

July 29, 2021 | 1 PM EDT: Ensuring everyone has access to accredited training, has completed the required hours mandated by regulatory agencies and your Medical Director is no easy task.

NIOSH: Indiana Captain Suffers Fatal Heart Attack After Training

The autopsy found a thrombus (clot) in the left anterior descending coronary artery and severe atherosclerosis in multiple coronary arteries.

Safety Stand Down 2021: Rebuild Rehab

This year’s Safety Stand Down will take place June 20-26 and call attention to the need for physical and psychological rehab.

LODD Anniversary: Nine Firefighters Die in South Carolina Commercial Structure Fire

On June 18, 2007, nine career fire fighters died when they became disoriented and ran out of air in rapidly deteriorating conditions inside a burning commercial furniture showroom and warehouse facility.

Lessons from a Fire Station Shooting

When it comes to security at the firehouse, how much is too much? How much is too little?

Parents of Fallen New York Firefighter Fight for Answers in Son’s Death

“I would have never imagined that if someone dies, that you don’t have a right to find out why,”

Training for Using the Clean Cab

"These are the engines we've got so we need to do our best with them."


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