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Grants Pass Firefighters

  • Some of Grants Pass finest training on Vent Enter Search. Strong work from everyone.
  • Eli Cunningham finishing the Pear in 19th place with a time of 1:01:05
  • Your friendly neighborhood firefighters
  • Congratulations to our firefighter of the year Kris Miller.
  • Congratulations to our company officer of the year Michael Fazio.
  • Eli Cunningham 19th place, Justin Miller 42nd place, Jeremy Petronella 275th out of 1263. Nice Work
  • Just a few of Grants Pass Firefighters completing the half or the full Eugene Marathon.

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Incredible Story of Firefighters Running to Tyler

4 Santa Barbara firefighters set out on a 94 mile run to see a fellow firefighter in the cancer ward of UCLA medical center.

Running to Tyler from on Vimeo.

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Why Seconds Count

Have you every wondered what it looks like to see a fire grow in an average room in a home. This is why it is so important to have working smoke detectors. This is also the reason that your local fire department strives to keep there response times under 5 minutes.


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Parkinson's Disease Presumed Job-Related in Indiana

fwpdsign.JPGMay 8, 2009 - Indiana became the first state to presume Parkinson's disease to be job-related for fire fighters, EMS personnel and law enforcement officers when Governor Mitch Daniels signed Senate Bill 376 into law May 1. The law requires Parkinson's disease to be treated as a line-of-duty disability under an emergency responder's pension and disability plan.

Throughout the legislative process, the bill was championed by Professional Fire Fighters Union of Indiana (PFFUI) President Tom Hanify, retired Indianapolis, IN Local 416 fire fighter Gary Coons, State Representative Mary Ann Sullivan (D-Indianapolis) and State Senator James Merritt (R-Indianapolis).

"The IAFF is very proud of the hard work by Coons and the Professional Fire Fighters Union of Indiana and their tireless efforts to obtain the benefits for fire fighters suffering from this disease," says IAFF General President Harold Schaitberger.

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