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Parents of Fallen NY Firefighter Pleased with Investigation’s New Direction

Watertown Daily Times, N.Y. Sep. 19—WATERTOWN — The Schuyler County District Attorney is getting assistance from a state police violent crimes unit to help him investigate the death of city firefighter Peyton L.S. Morse. District Attorney Joseph G. Fazzary has confirmed that he requested and state police leaders granted assistance...
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roseautimes.com

Support Your Local Volunteer Firemen This Saturday

Roseau Fire Chief Craig McMillin chuckled when it was noted on Monday that there are a lot of short firemen in his department. "We got some big guys, we got some small guys, and we try to find guys that will fit in small holes." They don't look skinny. "Sometimes...
ROSEAU, MN
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Arkansas Online

Gravette council hears from disturbed property owner

GRAVETTE -- The regular meeting of the Gravette City Council Committee of the Whole was held Sept. 9 with all members present. Bob Kelley, owner of property on Second Avenue S.E. behind the new Taco Bell, spoke to the council about problems with lights shining in the windows at his house and those of neighbors as late as 3 a.m. Kelley said he had been told a year ago that if the property was bought as a site for Taco Bell, the business would be required to build a privacy fence behind it to prevent such intrusion. He said he was just asking the city to honor what was said last year.
GRAVETTE, AR
SignalsAZ

Tucson Fire Department Awarded more than $5 Million in Federal Grants

The Tucson Fire Department has been awarded more than $5 million in federal grants to provide faster turnaround times for crews following fires, grow the number of paramedics working in the area, and train more firefighters to serve the citizens of Tucson. As part of a larger Assistance to Firefighters...
TUCSON, AZ
carrollspaper.com

Toyne trucks head to New York

NORTH BOSTON, NEW YORK: Taking delivery of two identical Toyne PRV™ XL Pumpers, the North Boston Volunteer Fire Company (NBVFC) expands its apparatus fleet to six emergency vehicles with the help of a Breda company. Engine 3 and Engine 4 are the latest Toyne, Inc. fire trucks to go into...
BREDA, IA
wnypapers.com

Higgins: $55,000-plus for Williamsville Fire Department

Congressman Higgins announced the Williamsville Fire Department was awarded a grant totaling $55,238, was funded by the Department of Homeland Security’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program (AFG). The grant funding will be used to purchase a new air compressor to fill self-contained breathing apparatuses used by the firefighters. SCBA sets...
WILLIAMSVILLE, NY
fireapparatusmagazine.com

North Boston Volunteer Fire Company (NY) Welcomes Two Fire Apparatus

North Boston Volunteer Fire Company has taken delivery of two Toyne PRV™ XL Pumpers, reports Carroll Times Herald. Last month, the fire department posted to Facebook, “The day is almost here when North Boston will take delivery of two 2021 Toyne PRV Rescue Pumpers to continue the tradition since 1904 of protecting the residents of the Town of Boston. Members of the truck committee are currently in Breda, IA completing final inspection. Impressive work by Toyne and their dedicated employees.”
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pictouadvocate.com

Blue Mountain fire dept. holds value in truck used during 9/11

A rescue vehicle used during the response to the 9/11 attack on the U.S. remains a valued part of the Blue Mountain and District Fire Department. Its history has not been lost on fire chief Kory Bell that the 20th anniversary of the disaster passed last Saturday. However, he also celebrates what a key vehicle it is in the fire department’s work.
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Lawmakers request internal investigation into death of N.Y. firefighter

WATERTOWN, N.Y. — State Sen. Patricia A. Ritchie and Assemblyman Mark C. Walczyk are requesting an internal investigation into what led up to the death of city firefighter Peyton L.S. Morse, who died after suffering a medical emergency while training at the state fire academy last March. The two state...
WATERTOWN, NY
firenews.com

INDIANAPOLIS CREWS RECOVER TRAPPED VICTIM FROM SILO

Report of a male stuck in soy bean product inside silo. Collapse Rescue Tactical Team and Rope Rescue Tac Team 7 & 14. Incident Commander – Battalion Chief Scott Olofson. Male Victim, (32) reported to be inside silo – non responsive. Victim confirmed in Silo at 1:06 PM– about 100...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN
waco100fm.com

Sandersville Council Awards Bid for Milling & Resurfacing of Two City Streets

Sandersville City Council awarded the bid for milling and resurfacing of two City streets at their Tuesday, September 7 City Council meeting. The City recently sought bids to mill and resurface Sunhill Road and Franklin Haynes Boulevard. Sandersville Public Works Director Robert Eubanks reported to the Mayor and City Council...
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eagleobserver.com

Gravette council hears from disturbed property owner

GRAVETTE -- The regular meeting of the Gravette City Council Committee of the Whole was held Thursday, Sept. 9, with all members present. Bob Kelley, owner of property on Second Avenue S.E. behind the new Taco Bell, spoke to the council about problems with lights shining in the windows at his house and those of neighbors as late as 2 or 3 a.m. Kelley said he had been told a year ago that if the property was bought as a site for Taco Bell, the business would be required to build a privacy fence behind it to prevent such intrusion. He said he was just asking the city to honor what was said last year. After Kelley spoke, Mayor Kurt Maddox replied that he had spoken with officials at Taco Bell after a conversation with Kelley earlier in the week and relayed his concerns. He said Taco Bell indicated it would have a fence up in about a week.
GRAVETTE, AR
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