Menu

WFC News

Posted: Sep 10, 2015

Texas fire chief stabbed multiple times responding to call

On Tuesday around 11 p.m., a Mitchell County Sheriff’s Deputy was called out to report of a man waving a shot gun in the road. The Deputy, called and asked Brandon Hale, Westbrook Fire Chief to keep an eye on the suspect from a distance until he got there. When the deputy had arrived the suspect had already made his way back to his residence, the deputy went to locate him.
- PUB DATE: 9/10/2015 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: KCBD-TV NBC 11 Lubbock
Read more
Posted: Sep 10, 2015

New York firefighter: Arsonist ‘expected me to die’

Nearly 20 feet inside the smoke-filled former synagogue, the words of fellow firefighter Darin Lewis stopped David Abell in his tracks: “I think this is booby-trapped.” That’s when Abell spotted the trip wire connected to two gallon-sized jugs of gasoline. Abell recounted on Tuesday the chilling details of entering the building at 117 Jefferson Ave.
- PUB DATE: 9/10/2015 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: ithaca journal
Read more
Posted: Sep 9, 2015

Young Mississippi Crash Victim Watches Video on Firefighter's Phone

PHOTO - Several residents and first responders came to help victims of a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 10 on Saturday afternoon, including a retired Los Angeles firefighter. Rick Camarena, who now lives in Gulfport, said he stopped because he knew his training would allow him to help. "I saw five kids ejected," he said of the crash.
- PUB DATE: 9/9/2015 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: firehouse
Read more
Posted: Sep 9, 2015

In statements, New York firefighters admit smoking weed on roof of firehouse, in chief's car

Allen Harmon and Douglas Groesbeck reportedly didn't shy away from using drugs while serving as Camillus firefighters. Harmon, a former fire captain, admitted repeatedly driving an emergency vehicle while he was under the influence of oxycodone and other prescription drugs during the summer of 2014, he said in a statement given to the Camillus Police Department.
- PUB DATE: 9/9/2015 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: Syracuse Post-Standard
Read more
Posted: Sep 9, 2015

Ohio firefighter tells others of cancer, their risk

Mark Rine no longer runs into burning buildings or performs emergency medical procedures. Instead, the Columbus firefighter spends his days standing in front of other firefighters and warning them about a danger he knew nothing about until Sept. 11, 2012. That was the day a doctor told him he had melanoma.
- PUB DATE: 9/9/2015 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: columbus dispatch
Read more
RSS
First12671268126912701272127412751276Last

Theme picker

Search News Articles