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Arizona agency recommends nearly $560K fine in death of 19 firefighters. State workplace safety inspectors have released their investigation of the Arizona State Forestry Division in regards to the Yarnell
ADOSH claims there were multiple instances of firefighters being "unnecessarily and unreasonably" exposed to the deadly hazards of wildland firefighting.
An Arizona agency that investigated workplace violations related to the deaths of 19 firefighters is recommending action against the state Forestry Division. The Arizona Division of Occupational Safety
The Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health will present its findings Wednesday to the state Industrial Commission.
Richard Taylor hosted a fundraiser at his Happy Barn in Hollandale, WI to help raise money for the Yarnell Fire Department to buy new fire fighting equipment lost in the wildfire that killed 19 firefighters
A Wisconsin man hosted a fundraiser and collected nearly $50,000 for new fire fighting equipment lost in the Yarnell Hill Fire that killed 19 firefighters on June 30, 2013.
One of the fallen Prescott Hotshots will be honored tonight at his old school. Travis Carter was a student at Orme School, a preparatory school near Mayer, starting in 1993. He was considered an outstanding
One of the fallen Prescott Hotshots will be honored tonight at his old school.
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