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Volunteer Firefighter in Nebraska Ordered to Remove Flag Honoring Firefighters Who Passed on 9/11/01 at Hospital Job

Journalstar.com – Cody Meredith mounted a U.S. flag — black and white, with a single red stripe — on his pickup to send a message of his respect for fallen firefighters. But when he drove to work Monday, his supervisors at Crete Area Medical Center gave him a message of their own, his wife said: Take the flag off the ...

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Helmet cam- Fire fighters take on stubborn house fire

First due engines from Pleasant Hills North Carolina found a well involved house fire upon arrival. Flames had already compromised the roof and the majority of the structure. After a quick primary search of the un-invloved sections of the house, fire crews went to defensive tactics. Pleasant Hills was provided mutual aid from Ronda, Austin, State Road and C.C. Camp ...

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The Disappearing Volunteer Firefighter

Article from the NYTimes.com - By ANDREW BROWN and IAN URBINA AUG. 16, 2014 IN most places in America, when a fire breaks out, a volunteer shows up to put it out. But the ranks of volunteers are dwindling. What was once an iconicpart of American life is losing its allure, in part because the work — some would say the calling — is a lot less ...

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