Boulder’s first female Battalion Commander bids farewell after 30 years of service

Carol Brown, who made history as Boulder Fire-Rescue’s first female battalion commander, officially stepped down from her longtime post on Wednesday. Brown’s retirement came exactly 30 years after he entered his career with the City of Boulder. After moving to Boulder from Lakewood, Brown began his training as a firefighter in 1991. Boulder Fire Battalion Chief Carol Brown, right, kisses ...

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Oxfordshire Fire Department film recalls residents’ safety challenges during pandemic

The Oxfordshire County Council Fire and Rescue Service has released a new short film designed to highlight recent collaborations with other emergency services and showcase new ways of working over the past year . Residents can now count on a more experienced and better prepared fire department, thanks to the knowledge acquired by the teams while adapting to the challenges ...

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Russian plane crashes with 28 passengers on board

The plane, a Russian-built Antonov An-26 turboprop twin-engine, was flying from the regional capital Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to the village of Palana in northern Kamchatka, when it missed a scheduled communication and disappeared from radar, according to local emergencies. and transport agents. The Russian Aviation Agency told CNN on Tuesday that the wreckage of the plane was found 2.5 kilometers from the ...

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