St. Louis Fire Department
Firefighters used an outside ladder to get to a man trapped on the second floor because the stairs had burned away.
City of St Louis firefighters responded to a call of a house in flames, just after noon Saturday.
The “Stan Musial” can pump up to 7,000 gallons of water per minute.
Victim identified as 54-year-old Keith Whitted. Foul play is not suspected.
What worries the city’s fire chief is an industry trend of stringing 60 to 80 oil tankers cars on one train, compared to just two or three in earlier decades.
The St. Louis department recently replaced nine pumper trucks, refurbished nine others, and added two new ladder trucks.
An off duty St. Louis firefighter sprung into action when he spotted a pickup truck in the River des Peres.
St. Louis, MO (KMOX)–Due to the recent fire-related death on the 4500 Block of Emerson, members of the St. Louis Fire Department will be conducting a door-to-door Neighborhood Smoke Alarm Blitz on Saturday, March 23, […]
Home in the 6800 block of Magnolia went up in flames, early Sunday.
St. Louis firefighters say woman and three children escape without serious injury.