This Is How We’re Killing Firefighters

We think we have time to change department rules and revise bylaws. Problem is, we don’t. We’re on borrowed time as it is. According to the Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance, a firefighter takes his/her life every 3.25 days. That’s your brother, your sister. Two a week. Gone. Despite the push for awareness and action, we’re…read more

First-responders to Oklahoma City bombing responsible for raising thousands for memorial

OKLAHOMA CITY –  It may have been 20 years since the Oklahoma City bombing, but those first responders who came together on April 19, 1995 are still making an impact today.   A memorial badge was created in their honor to benefit the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum. The Oklahoma City National Memorial Foundation received…read more

Lowcountry honors Charleston 9 on 7th anniversary of fatal fire

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – The community is paying tribute to the nine firefighters who died while battling a West Ashley furniture store fire seven years ago. Members of the Charleston Fire Department, friends, and family members of the victims attended a memorial service at the former Sofa Super Store site on 1807 Savannah Highway. Diane French, the mother…read more