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July 11, 2018

In This Issue: Firefighter Killed in WI Explosion, Last 9/11 Chief Retires, More...

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Firefighter Killed in WI Gas Explosion, Fire

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A firefighter was killed and at least a dozen other people were injured when a natural gas explosion leveled at least two buildings in downtown Sun Prairie. One other firefighter was critically injured.

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FDNY's Joe Pfeifer, Last 9/11 Chief, Retires

Fire Department of New York (FDNY) Assistant Chief Joe Pfeifer, the first chief through the doors of the World Trade Center during the 9/11 terror attacks, is leaving the department.

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Best Practices for Fire Service UAS

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In this Training Minutes, Jason Revoldt and Walt Lewis review the use of unmanned aerial systems (a.k.a. "drones") for fire service use, including safety considerations, metal interference, and more.

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Construction Concerns: Hole Covers

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Greg Havel reviews the hazards holes present for firefighters working at construction sites and how hole covers may factor into fireground safety.