One person is trapped and several people were hurt on Thursday when a building collapsed in the Northwest D.C.
At Engine Company 13 in Southwest D.C., they typically deal with fires or medical emergencies or maybe downed trees. But lately they’ve had to get creative to stop a thief.
D.C. fire and rescue crews responded to a neighborhood in Southeast on Wednesday after a two-story house collapsed.
All in a day's work.
We're learning more about the possible counterfeit N95 masks that were distributed to first responders in the District as sources told FOX 5's Evan Lambert last night. FOX 5's Shirin Rajaee reports that the D.C. mayor's office is taking this report seriously and is now investigating what appears to be counterfeit N95 masks that made their way into the city's stockpile.
A 60-year-old man is dead after a fire erupted in a Southeast D.C. home late Sunday night.
An arson suspect is in custody after investigators arrested him at the scene of a fire he allegedly set at a multi-million dollar home n Georgetown on Monday.
Firefighters say reports that people were trapped by the fire were unfounded, but unfortunately two dogs perished in the blaze.
A young couple will have stories to tell after a fire forced them to evacuate their wedding.
D.C. firefighters say they rescued six dogs from a burning home while facing sweltering summer heat conditions on Tuesday afternoon in Northwest.
Firefighter/EMTs help people every day, but now even those who were sidelined by COVID-19 are potentially helping dozens of patients in some cases fighting the virus in critical care units or on ventilators.
D.C. firefighters saved the day Thursday when they threw their bodies on two dogs who were attacking people while other members were fighting a fire in Southeast.
UPDATE (2:31 p.m.): D.C. firefighters say they extinguished the high-rise fire and "made rescues where necessary." They reported no "significant injuries."
D.C. firefighters say seven people were displaced after a blaze early Saturday in Southeast.
D.C. Fire and EMS now has 38 confirmed cases of coronavirus and nearly 200 members on quarantine.
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.