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November 2008 Blog Posts (24)

Deer and the highway,accidents

I just went to and scene where two car accidents was involved .Two deer run out in the road,the car entered the other lane.,and hit on coming car..I want to know what would you do,if deer run in front of your car or truck.
Would you go into on coming traffic,or what?
Their was 3 PI's ,this time,the people was lucky they was not going to fast,on and major hwy.
In our area,deer cross the roads any time of day or night...

Added by Brenda Tenney on November 10, 2008 at 8:02pm — No Comments

Congratulations to Deputy Chief "Butchie" Cobb

Jersey City Deputy Fire Chief Robert W. Cobb Joins ISO as RDS Director of Community Hazard Mitigation…


Added by Bobby Halton on November 10, 2008 at 12:30pm — No Comments

A National Tragedy

Every now and then it's absolutely appropriate to use this space as a bully pulpit. And today I fully intend to do that. This Thursday the American Fire Service suffered an incredible tragedy. It is such a significant tragedy because it is a values-based tragedy. St. Louis firefighter Leonard Riggins 52 years old, was shot and killed while trying to do what he had spent his entire adult life doing, helping others. Firefighter Riggins stopped to lend aid to a motorist…


Added by Bobby Halton on November 8, 2008 at 2:38pm — 1 Comment

For Bobby Halton: "Brother Berg Wants A Story"

Chad Berg, my good friend, wants a story. I have recently read Chief Halton's latest editorial, much on my mind. I take pen in hand,..or keyboard and this is what comes out. Please read it all, the major point is in the end.

So, Brothers, there we were....Hey, I'm not gonna lie to ya, it wasn't the coldest night in Alaska, we've seen much worse. But lend your ear (or eyes) and I'll tell you a tale of frozen fingers, ears and eyelids,… Continue

Added by Ben Fleagle on November 7, 2008 at 2:12pm — 11 Comments

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