3 Baltimore Firefighters Killed In Partial Building Collapse, 1 In Critical ConditionThree Baltimore firefighters died after a partial building collapse Monday morning, the mayor's office has confirmed. One firefighter is in critical condition.
'They Put Their Lives At Risk For Us': Residents, Coworkers Grieve Baltimore Firefighters Killed In Partial CollapseThree Baltimore firefighters died, and one is in critical condition after a vacant rowhouse that caught fire partially collapsed.
Housing Records Reveal Stricker Street Property Long Vacant, Site Of 2015 FireThe firefighters killed were identified as Lt. Paul Butrim, firefighter/paramedic Kelsey Sadler, and EMT/firefighter Kenny Lacayo.
State, City Officials React To Deaths Of Firefighters Following Partial Building CollapseFirefighters Lt. Paul Butrim, Kelsey Sadler and Kenny Lacayo died in a partial building collapsed. Shortly after city officials confirmed the news, condolences started pouring in.
Gas Line Struck In Downtown Baltimore, Fire Officials SayCrews are responding to a gas leak in the heart of downtown Baltimore, according to Baltimore Firefighters IAFF Local 734.
First Responders On Scene Of Natural Gas Leak Reported In West Baltimore, Fire Union SaysFirefighters and technicians with Baltimore Gas and Electric are on the scene of natural gas leak reported Tuesday near the Hilton Parkway in West Baltimore, a local firefighters' union tweeted.+
Baltimore Mourns Loss Of Herman Williams, City's First Black Fire ChiefThe Baltimore City Fire Department is mourning the loss of Herman Williams, Jr., the city's first African-American fire chief.
58-Year-Old Woman Killed In West Baltimore FireThe woman was pronounced dead on the scene.
No One Hurt In Christmas Eve House Fire In Loch Raven, Baltimore Firefighters SayA Baltimore family lost nearly everything they had when their Loch Raven home caught fire on Christmas Eve, Baltimore City Councilman Mark Conway said.
Victims In Triple Fatal Fire In Baltimore Rowhome Remembered During FuneralIt was an emotional day in northeast Baltimore as a mother and her two children were laid to rest following a fatal rowhome fire last month. Dozens came out to pay their respects for Janice Williams and her children, Antwan and Aubrey Branch.
Two Days After Mandate Went Into Effect, The Vaccination Status Of Thousands Of City Employees Remains UnknownThe latest figures from the mayor's office show that as of Wednesday morning, 56% of employees have uploaded proof of vaccination. The status of thousands is still unknown.
Fatal Fire Under Investigation In Northeast BaltimoreA person was found dead at a house fire in northeast Baltimore City.
Baltimore Fire Dept. To Rename Station After One Of The City's First African American FirefightersHe was one of eight African American firefighters to first enter and graduate the Baltimore City Fire Department in 1954
Baltimore, Officers In Fire Department Reach Deal On New Contract, Mayor Scott SaysBaltimore City and the union representing officers in the fire department have reached an agreement on a new contract that runs until 2023, Mayor Brandon Scott announced on Friday.
Seven Baltimore City Fire Department Take-Home Vehicles Assigned To Members Who Live Out Of State, Report FindsThe Baltimore City Fire Department may be wasting money on take-home vehicles, a new report from the city inspector general found.