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Local firefighters return

Local firefighters return

After battling the Camp Fire near Chico, California, all 15 Oregon strike teams returned home after more than 10 days of service. Special note by The Firefly Innovations on the article:- Well done to the  The Daily Astorian  R.J. Marx  This writing is what is needed....

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Salute to the heroes of 911

Salute to the heroes of 911

Salute to the heroes of 911; All whom scarified and risked their lives for the unknown, “me”. You and your families are the true light, the beam of light,  you are the light of the future. Beyond hope, none speaks so clear as those that act in the face of evil and...

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Eric Aarseth Oregon firefighter dies

Eric Aarseth Oregon firefighter dies

Eric Aarseth died after suffering pneumonia that turned septic, according to his family.  (Cheryl Aarseth/ Facebook ) Special note by The Firefly Innovations on the article:-  A hero, Eric thank you for your services. We will see that we look at options that will make...

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6 Firefighters Have Been Killed Battling Calif. Wildfires

6 Firefighters Have Been Killed Battling Calif. Wildfires

State fire officials say another firefighter has died battling wildfires in Northern California. Monday’s death occurred at the site of the Mendocino Complex Fire north of San Francisco. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: We have some news now from California. A firefighter...

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Minneapolis fireman’s legacy lives on

Minneapolis fireman’s legacy lives on

MINNEAPOLIS – After more than 14 months of battling pancreatic cancer, veteran, firefighter, husband and father, Chuck Brynteson, passed away in April. There is, however, a way to keep his legacy alive. The 48-year-old retired Air Force Master Sergeant served as...

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2-year-old distributes burritos to Carr fire-fighters

2-year-old distributes burritos to Carr fire-fighters

A little girl in Northern California is doing what she can to help firefighters battling the deadly Carr Fire. Two-year-old Gracie Lutz and her mother, Chelsey Lutz, handed out breakfast burritos to a bunch of brave firefighters coming off their shifts on Monday...

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Governor Baker Signs Historic Cancer Legislation Bill

Governor Baker Signs Historic Cancer Legislation Bill

Governor Baker signs bill to designate cancer as work-related injury for state’s firefighters. From left, Rich MacKinnon, Professional Fire Fighters of MA, Speaker Robert DeLeo, State Rep.’s Dan Cahill and Lori Ehrlich, and Sharmon Caolarusso, mother of the late...

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