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Maryland firefighter falls through floor responding to fire at RE/MAX office

A Reisterstown volunteer firefighter suffered minor injuries early Saturday morning after falling through the floor of a commercial building in Westminster.

Seattle firefighters rescued little girl hiding in a toy trunk from...

When a fire broke out inside a Monroe, Wash., home Sunday morning, a little girl hid inside a toy trunk and was rescued unharmed by a firefighter, according to a spokeswoman for Snohomish County Fire.

Firefighters rescue driver from tractor-trailer dangling off bridge after crash

Crews were working to remove a tractor-trailer that is hanging off the High Rise Bridge in Chesapeake after the driver struck the wall of the bridge, according to Virginia State Police.

Maine paper mill explosion caught on camera

A large explosion severely damaged the Androscoggin Mill in Jay on Wednesday morning, causing wood pulp to rain down on the surrounding area.

Amazon warehouse three-alarm fire brings 50 Fresno firefighters, burns solar panels

A fire on the roof of the massive Amazon warehouse in south Fresno grew to three alarms.

Fire teams put out 10,000 railroad ties set ablaze by suspected...

Approximately 10,000 railroad ties were set on fire at two separate locations in Pueblo County on Saturday night in what sheriff's officials say is a suspected arson.

Easter bunny loses his head riding on top of fire truck

Easter eggs weren't the only things rolling for the holiday during this year of unusual things.

Kentucky firefighter fired, charged with 1st degree sexual abuse in fire...

A Kentucky firefighter was arrested and charged with sexually abusing a co-worker at the Ludlow fire station, according to arrest reports.

Massachusetts firefighters battle stubborn 3-alarm house fire

The fire damaged two neighboring three-deckers and sent thick smoke into the night sky above the small strip of houses that runs behind Shrewsbury Street.

2 multi-family homes destroyed, 2 firefighters hurt in four-alarm fire

Lynn Fire Chief Stephen Archer said the fire started at 1-3 Moulton St. shortly before 7 p.m. and quickly spread next door to 5 Moulton. By 8 p.m., large portions of both triple decker homes had collapsed and Archer feared the heavy flames would spread to a third building as well.