Baltimore Fire Department

Firefighters To Hand Out Smoke Alarms SaturdayCity firefighters will be doing a smoke alarm sweep Saturday morning throughout various communities.
Councilman Branch, Firefighters Host City Smoke Alarm SweepCity Councilman Warren Branch joins dozens of city firefighters in a neighborhood smoke alarm sweep.
Warehouse Fire Leads To Other Fires Throughout BaltimoreHigh winds fuel several fires across Baltimore City. In the past 24 hours, firefighters have been hard at work dousing flames that continued to build because of high winds. Monday morning, two boats at the marina caught fire and sank just hours after a warehouse went up in smoke.
Woman Rescued From Burning Boat In Harbor EastSome amazing amateur video. If you were near the Inner Harbor Saturday afternoon, you likely saw the smoke. Two boats caught on fire and a woman was trapped by the flames.
Baltimore Officials Conducting Smoke Alarm SweepFirefighters and paramedics in Baltimore are going door to door to talk about smoke alarms and install them where needed.
Olympic Luger Gets Grand Sendoff From Her Family Of Baltimore FirefightersGoing for gold. A young Olympian is on her way to Russia to compete in the Winter Games. Thursday, she got a sendoff from Baltimore City firefighters, the mayor and a former Olympic gold medalist.
Pot On Stove May Have Started 3-Alarm Fire In Northwest BaltimoreBaltimore City firefighters are investigating a three-alarm apartment building fire in Northwest Baltimore.
Fire Dept. Gets $1.5M Grant For Heart MonitorsU.S. Department of Homeland Security has awarded a nearly $1.5 million grant to the Baltimore Fire Department to buy 75 monitor/defibrillators.
9 Apartments Damaged In Baltimore FireFire officials say several people were rescued and nine apartments were damaged at a complex in Northwest Baltimore.
Kevin Cartwright Retires From Baltimore Fire Dept.The longtime spokesman for the Baltimore Fire Department has retired.
Baltimore Fire Department's New Social Media Policy Sparks ControversyA new social media policy in the Baltimore fire department is causing a firestorm of debate. The department says the rule protects firefighters, but the union fears firefighters will lose their right to speak up.
Baltimore Fire Dept. Implements Social Media RulesThe Baltimore Fire Department is implementing a strict new social media policy it began devising in the spring to regulate what firefighters post on Twitter and Facebook.
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