Recent Examples of firefighter from the Web
Richards says firefighters and ambulance services, along with medical flights, are responding.
And in both cities, the police and firefighters have opted out of Social Security, something state and local workers often do in hopes of avoiding the Social Security payroll tax.
Firefighters met the plane at the airport as a precaution but no injuries or damage was reported.
One of them, New York firefighter Ray Pfeifer, 59, died Sunday of cancer, after lobbying Congress to provide health benefits for those suffering ailments after responding to the attack.
The couple’s other son, Cory Kalanick, is a firefighter with the Fresno Fire Department.
More than 50 firefighters responded to Thursday’s blaze and rescued about 10 people from the building.
Firefighters set up generators at the site so the event could continue, Burns said.
Responding firefighters found smoke and fire coming from the single-story home, said Vista Deputy Fire Chief Ned Vander Pol.
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First Known Use of firefighter
FIREFIGHTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of firefighter for English Language Learners
: a member of a group that works to put out fires
FIREFIGHTER Defined for Kids
Definition of firefighter for Students
: a person whose job is to put out fires
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