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Waxahachie Fire Department Engine 3

Waxahachie Fire Truck , a photo by paul.orear on Flickr. Via Flickr: Engine 3 from Waxahachie, Texas

Indianapolis Police And Fire Respond To MVC

When COPS meet FIREMEN. , a photo by kennethkonica on Flickr. Via Flickr: There was an accident on Meridian Street, one of the busiest streets in Indianapolis.

Pacific Northwest Rappel Academy

rappellers , a photo by USDAgov on Flickr. Via Flickr: Pacific Northwest Rappel Academy students practice their trade. US Forest Service photo.

House Fire on Clinton Place in Hackensack, New Jersey

House Fire on Clinton Place in Hackensack, New Jersey , a photo by Anthony Quintano on Flickr. Via Flickr: A propane tank on a bbq grill in the backyard of the house exploded causing this 3 alarm fire. Teaneck, Hackensack and River Edge fire departments were all called to the scene.

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Driver Training Vehicle

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Driver Training Vehicle , a photo by Leftism/Phill on Flickr. Staffordshire Fire and Rescue service Driver Training Vehicle on a Scania P380 chassis.

On a Call Forest Grove, Oregon, Fire Department

On a Call , a photo by born1945 on Flickr. Via Flickr: It was making lots of noise as it rounded the corner. Forest Grove, Oregon, Fire Department firetruck.

Arlington, VA Mobile Command Unit

Fire Station 2 , a photo by Arlington County on Flickr. Fire Station 2 Mobile Command Unit

FDNY Tower Ladder 46

[137/366] Ladder , a photo by dbbent on Flickr. FDNY Tower Ladder 46

American LaFrance, Type 191, 1930

American LaFrance, Type 191, 1930 , a photo by Leo-setä on Flickr. Via Flickr: Vehoniemi Automotive Museum, Kangasala, Finland, 2012.

Police protecting firefighters

Police protecting firefighters , a photo by xddorox on Flickr. Demonstrators set fire in the street after protest declared illegal in Montreal. Police officers secure perimeter while firefighters extinguish a fire set by rioters in Montreal.

The National Fire Dog Monument Arson Dog

Bronzed sculpture of arson dog , a photo by State Farm on Flickr. The National Fire Dog Monument was created to recognize the incredible contributions that accelerant detection canines (arson dogs) make in keeping communities safe. These dogs do not ask for anything in return after risking their lives to reduce the negative impact of arson in their communities. The life size bronze monument depicts a firefighter looking down at his canine partner who in turn is looking up at his partner ready to work. Entitled "From Ashes to Answers", this incredible monument was sculpted by 22 year old artist and Colorado firefighter, Austin Weishel. The bronzing process is being completed by BRONZE SERVICES FINE ART FOUNDRY in Loveland, CO. The monument will travel from Denver, CO to Washington D.C. for placement at D.C. Fire Station #3 where the general public will be able to view it. The National Fire Dog Monument "road show" is co-sponsored by State Farm and the American Human

"The Littlest Firefighter" -- Chicago Volunteer Firefighters Memorial at Rosehill Cemetery Chicago

"The Littlest Firefighter" -- Chicago Volunteer Firefighters Memorial at Rosehill Cemetery Chicago (IL) April 2012 , a photo by Ron Cogswell on Flickr. Chicago Volunteer Firefighters Memorial at Rosehill Cemetery Chicago (IL)