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FDNY Fire Safety Education Fund Fire Department NEW YORK, NY -- The Fire Safety Education Fund of the Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY) received a 2003 Fire Prevention and Safety grant to create "Fire Zone on the Road," a new versi
National Volunteer Fire Council WASHINGTON, DC -- The National Volunteer Fire Council's (NVFC) Heart-Healthy Firefighter booth screened almost 600 fire and emergency services personnel and their families for blood pressure, cholesterol, and glucose
ROCHESTER, NY -- Children playing with fire cause hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries each year. Preschoolers are most likely to start these fires, typically by playing with matches and lighters.
Eastern Connecticut State University WILLIMANTIC, CT -- Fire Safety Day was held on September 21, 2006, at Eastern Connecticut State University (ECSU). Participants took part in hands-on activities including navigating through a smoke-fill
Chicago Fire Department & National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Chicago, IL--Emergency response is all about saving lives and property and working to prevent incidents.
Galesburg Fire Department GALESBURG, IL -- Unemployment and underemployment is widespread in Galesburg, which means homeowners and renters cannot afford extra luxuries, like smoke alarms and other fire protection measures.
WILLIAMSTOWN, VT--The all-volunteer Williamstown Fire Department received a 2003 Assistance to Firefighters grant, and among the equipment it purchased was a thermal imaging camera, or TIC, that features colorization of high heat areas.
BRISTOL, VA -- The region around Bristol Virginia has been experiencing a declining economy and a low per capita income, with 21 percent of their citizens living below poverty level.