Recent Examples of firefighter from the Web
The storm has pushed the city's first response abilities to their limit; Houston police officers and firefighters and other first-responders have rescued thousands of Houstonians over the past four days.
The property tax increase, if approved by the school board, would come on top of a record-high $543 million property tax increases the city is still phasing in to increase contributions to pension funds for police officers and firefighters.
Late Saturday night, an urban rescue team of 45 firefighters and support staff from all over San Diego County deployed to Texas.
However, no firefighters were injured, fire officials said.
No injuries were reported to the home’s occupant or the responding firefighters.
Manatee County SHeriff’s Office The blaze was discovered around 6:36 a.m. by a firefighter driving southbound on 14th Street West on his way to work.
According to the Washington Post, several firefighters rescued 18 piglets and two sows from Rachel Rivers’s burning farmhouse in February after tons of hay caught fire.
There were no civilian or firefighter injuries reported.
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Definition of firefighter for English Language Learners
: a member of a group that works to put out fires
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