A mother and son lost their lives following a house fire early Wednesday morning in Montgomery County, right along the Maryland and D.C. line — and there were no working smoke alarms in the house.
Montgomery County’s Chief of Fire and Rescue Services sent out a department-wide email explaining he’d been made aware of “inappropriate” incidents by some staffers and warning the members of the staff that they are expected to work in an atmosphere “free of harassment and discrimination.”
Firefighters want you to dig out the fire hydrant closest to your house, as well as 3 feet of space around it.
WASHINGTON — When deep frying a turkey, where you do it matters as much as how you do it, says Montgomery County Fire Chief Scott Goldstein. He says the appeal of a deep fried turkey…
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