Arnold Piedrahita

Two firefighters were injured while trying to put out a blaze inside a Kendall home on June 24, 2015. (Source: CBS4)

Firefighters Injured In Kendall Blaze

Two firefighters were injured while trying to put out a blaze inside a Kendall home Wednesday evening.


Rain delivered some relief to crews battling a West Miami-Dade brush fire on April 21, 2015. (Source: CBS4)

Rain Lends Relief In West Miami-Dade Brush Fire

A West Miami-Dade brush fire that began burning three days ago is now three quarters of the way contained, thanks in part to Tuesday’s rain.


Three men were struck by lightning September 2, 2013, one died.  (Source: CBS4)

Lightning Strike Kills 1, Injures 2 In SW Miami-Dade County

Three men were struck by lightning as a thunderstorm moved over parts of Miami-Dade County Monday.


A hazardous material team checks out readings from a drum. (Source: CBS4)

Hazmat Team Checks Out Uranium Find At Opa-locka Airport

A section of Opa-locka Executive Airport was temporarily sealed off Thursday after reports of a uranium spill in a 55-gallon drum.


Andrew Sepulveda, seen here in a booking photo from a 2010 arrest, has been charged with two counts of child neglect after he allegedly left two children alone in a Cutler Bay home what went up in flames. (Source: Miami-Dade Police Department)

Additional Charges Could Be Filed In Cutler Bay Fire

Some of the Miami-Dade Firefighter paramedics and emergency medical technicians who saved the lives of two children who were trapped inside a burning home in Cutler Bay are speaking out, saying they feel “lucky” and “blessed” to be able to help those who need to be rescued.


Haender “Cubita” Rodriguez and his family when a fire destroyed their home on Sunday.  (Source: CBS4)

Community Helps Family Burned Out Of Home

A Christmas Eve drive was held to help a southwest Miami-Dade family who lost everything when their home was destroyed in a fire on Sunday.


A Miami-Dade Fire Rescue paramedic helps a passenger after a deadly bus crash at Miami International Airport.  (Source: CBS4)

Wrong Turn Led To Deadly Charter Bus Crash At Miami’s Airport

The investigation continues in a deadly charter bus crash at Miami International Airport. Two passengers died and 30 others were injured.


Silo Roof Collapse

Worker Trapped In Collapsed Silo Presumed Dead

It appears an employee who was on the roof of a silo at a cement company when it collapsed Friday morning did not survive the fall, according to the Miami-Dade Fire Department.

CBS Miami–08/17/2012