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Several Newport neighborhoods have CERTs, or groups of volunteers who are trained to respond to natural or man-made disasters when police, firefighters or medics can’t be on the scene immediately.
Wildfires continue to ravage California, and the bravery of firefighters trying to prevent damage to homes and property has been inspiring.
Lincolnshire police and firefighters also assisted in the evacuation of more than 200 guests and employees at the Lincolnshire Marriott Resort, which is near the area where the Indian Creek empties into the Des Plaines River.
Staffing changes at the fire department would reduce overtime by reducing the number of firefighter/paramedics on shift at any one time, saving $1 million annually, city officials said.
The clash between the two groups spoke to the demographics of Mount Greenwood, which is nearly 90 percent white and has a high concentration of residents who work as police and firefighters.
Birmingham police and firefighters responded to the scene in the 1200 block of Beacon Parkway East about 8:15 p.m. that Sunday.
Todd Durham, incident commander for Cal Fire team 4, thanked the community for their support of firefighters, but said that the focus should be on survivors of the blaze.
After firefighters extinguished the blaze, the mother, Aliza Azan, 39, was found dead on the second floor.
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