Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue
This Thursday, we’ll celebrate Independence Day with barbecues, trips to the beach, booze and, of course, fireworks.
South Florida rescue crews who were sent out two weeks ago to assist those affected by Hurricane Sandy in New York have started to return.
A South Florida worker was hurt Friday morning after he fell off a ladder inside an empty sewage tank in Lauderdale Lakes.
The newest addition to Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue was pushed into the firehouse, not because it doesn’t operate but because it’s tradition.
An elderly woman and a two year old boy were hit by a car on Dania Beach Boulevard and U.S. 1 Friday afternoon leaving both in critical condition.
It’s been said that ‘practice makes perfect’ and for fire rescue crews in Broward it may also save lives. On Tuesday firefighters from four cities and the county came together to practice three types of rescues using the partially constructed bridge over the North New River Canal.
A number of Deerfield Beach warehouse buildings were evacuated Friday afternoon after one of the warehouses caught fire, heavily damaging the interior and the roof.
A woman is in critical condition after she was pulled from her car when it went into a canal in Deerfield Beach.
Arson is not suspected in an early morning fire which killed a Dania Beach woman. According to Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue, they received a call around 3:20 a.m. about a fire in a fifth floor unit of the Meadowbrook Lakes condominiums located in the 300 block of SE 3rd Street.
Five US Airways flight attendants were transported to Broward General Hospital after reports of an unknown odor on board an aircraft at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.