“They told of trees swelling, sweating hot sap, and then exploding; of horses dying in seconds; of small creeks boiling, full of dead trout, their white bellies up; of bear cubs clinging to flaming trees, wailing like children.”
Join us Wednesday night as Firefighter Storytellers welcomes Tim Sendelbach, editor-in-chief of Fire Rescue Magazine. Tim talks about this horrific fire and how it affected his start in the fire service.
The very graphic and tragic story of one firefighter’s battle with cancer…..text messages of pending threats and national emergencies on your phone…..and why not to drive your dairy farm tractor in the fog…..all in today’s 360 Burn Size-up.
Alert! Don’t let your guard down. Remember all the noise about how H1N1 was a big deal but then we all lost interest last spring? Maybe our ADHD focus was diverted to the shiny glint of bailouts and healthcare. Well, aren’t we surprised to hear that it never went away! Once again, all we hear […]
Firefighter/Paramedic and a Lieutenant in suburban Chicago