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Perez, of East Chicago, is a former fire chief, redevelopment director and chief of staff for Mayor Anthony Copeland.
In Washington County, Pennsylvania, a local volunteer fire chief wrote a Facebook post with a racial slur aimed at Mike Tomlin, the Steelers' black head coach.
The fire chief's comments were echoed by Gretna Councilman Wayne Rau, who is the city's acting mayor while Belinda Constant is out of town in Rome this weekend.
California’s fire chief said he and other firefighters were stunned by the fury and speed of the blazes that erupted Sunday night.
The contract covers 28 Oak Brook firefighters and firefighter/paramedics, but not the fire chief or three battalion chiefs nor contracted personnel.
Fire rescue teams evacuated 122 people Wednesday night from two assisted living facilities near Orlando after the Orange County fire chief ordered firefighters to assess conditions of all elderly communities in the area.
California's fire chief says at least 1,500 homes and commercial buildings have been destroyed in wildfires that have ripped through the state's wine country.
The fire chief described a chaotic scene at the school, with the sounds of bullets echoing through the halls prompting fears that there was more than one shooter.
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