A tenth D.C. firefighter has tested positive for novel coronavirus, DC Fire and EMS Chief Gregory M. Dean confirmed Wednesday.
A DC Fire and EMS assistant fire chief has tested positive for novel coronavirus, Chief Gregory M. Dean announced Monday.
Two additional D.C. firefighters have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total to six.
Approximately 141 D.C. firefighters have self quarantined after three of their colleagues tested positive for the novel coronavirus that is ripping through the region.
At least 67 D.C. firefighters are in self-quarantine after coming in contact with two colleagues who tested positive for COVID-19, the fire chief confirmed Wednesday.
FOX 5 has confirmed that a D.C. firefighter has tested positive for the coronavirus.
D.C. firefighters are battling a blaze that is consuming two homes in Northwest.
Two people are in the hospital after a car crashed outside a grocery store Saturday in Friendship Heights, officials say.
D.C. firefighters gathered Saturday to honor 150 year of history at a Northwest D.C. fire company that was the first all-African American fire company in the District of Columbia.
A man is in the hospital after a high-rise rescue Saturday in Northeast D.C.
An elderly woman who was pulled from the second floor of a house that was on fire in Northeast D.C. has died from her injuries, authorities say.
The D.C. Fire and EMS Department has launched an internal investigation after a photo surfaced Wednesday of a recruit class in which some of the members are making what appears to be an OK sign with their hands.
D.C. firefighters say they quickly put out a fire that broke out Sunday morning in a U Street apartment building.
Two children were taken to a local hospital in “serious condition” after they were thrown from a burning building in Southwest D.C. Monday night.
Nine people are displaced after a Logan Circle apartment building caught fire Saturday morning.
More than four years after Matthew Roth was killed in a collision with two racing drivers in Northwest D.C., his family just found out they’ll have to wait even longer for justice.
DC Fire crews battled a very large brush fire in Northeast Friday night after reports of a nearby fireworks display at Catholic University.
A delay in sending help to a fatal fire on Kennedy Street NW is causing an uproar within the D.C. police and fire departments.
FOX 5 has confirmed that employees within the District's police and fire departments, as well as the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, knew about hazardous conditions inside a row house prior to a fire that left a 9-year-old boy and a man dead in Northwest Washington last week.
There was a different kind of show Sunday afternoon at the Kennedy Center, where D.C. firefighters rescued three people stuck in a stalled elevator.