Recent Examples of firefighter from the Web
Officials said a man who died from carbon monoxide poisoning was a former city firefighter in Methuen.
Jack was a New Britain firefighter for several years retiring in 1999.
Timothy Richardson, a firefighter-in-training who was recently diagnosed with leukemia, is finding out how strong the bonds between different fire departments can be.
Others sharing their stories include Modern Family actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Grey’s Anatomy actress Sara Ramirez, retired NBA player Jason Collins, social media star Tyler Oakley and Brooke Guinan, a New York City firefighter who is transgender.
Level did not make a firefighter of the year or EMS person of the year award for 2017, according to Nolan Gallion.
For example, one of the company’s trucks approached an intersection where a fire truck was parked near the shoulder of the road and a firefighter was standing in the middle of the road directing traffic.
Sam Livingston, a former Cleveland firefighter who moved to Medina eight years ago and runs Funky Cold Medina, a Facebook page promoting the city's values, met with Ryan Rose, owner of 17 Public Square.
The House passed a bill sponsored by state Rep. Matt Willhite, D-Wellington, (also, notably, a firefighter/paramedic) that would extend workers comp benefits to first responders suffering from PTSD.
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FIREFIGHTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of firefighter for English Language Learners
: a member of a group that works to put out fires
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