Follow Seattle Fire on social media for info on how to improve mental health awareness. Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeattleFire Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SeattleFire/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seattle_fire/

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A guide for when to evacuate or shelter in place when the building fire alarm sounds. For more fire safety content, please visit: http://www.seattle.gov/fire/safety-and-community

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On September 13th, 2020, a section of Pier 58 collapsed while it was being removed, sending at least two construction workers into the water. Based on early reports, it appears that the large waterfront fountain plunged into the water, along with surrounding portions of the pier. Two workers were transported to Harborview in stable condition.

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A viral photo of a car’s windows broken out after the driver parked in front of a fire hydrant has received some unexpected criticism.

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Follow along as SMFR PIO Connor Wist takes you through 16 weeks of fire academy with recruit class 19-1. In the first week recruits learn military protocol, receive their pride axe, go through donning and doffing of bunker gear and practice water flowing.

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This is part 6 of a total of 10 videos. All videos shown in this clip are in the order that i made them. If you like to see lots of unmarked emergency vehicles (some with heavily armed guys inside), this is the collection to watch! These would probably be the keywords that best fit

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View the City of Seattle’s commenting policy: seattle.gov/online-comment-policy Seattle Mayor Jenny A. Durkan, King County Executive Dow Constantine, Public Health – Seattle & King County Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin, and Seattle Fire Department Chief Harold Scoggins discuss preparations for forecasts of unhealthy to hazardous air quality caused by wildfires occurring during the crisis of

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Today, SPD Interim Chief Adrian Diaz and Seattle Fire Chief Harold Scoggins raised the flag atop the Space Needle in remembrance of the 2,977 victims killed in the September 11th terrorist attacks, including 412 brave first responders. #Never forget #Honor911 #HereToServe

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