Tag: San Francisco Fire Department
King Fire, burning close to Lake Tahoe and U.S. 50, has consumed about 18,500 acres so far.
Fire Department says lack of sprinklers caused Renoir Hotel fire to burn out of control.
Fire burns on crowded commercial block, jamming traffic in central Mission District. Five injured.
With city in midst of building boom, officials look for ways to prevent a repeat of devastating fire.
Penalty follows probe that found contractor may have failed to maintain a required watch on ‘hot work.’
Five-alarm blaze guts sprawling apartment complex under construction near UCSF campus and AT&T Park.
She accuses Fire Department supervisors of discrimination because she is African American and a lesbian.
Emergency responders are accused of failing to protect teen run over by fire vehicles after crash.
Some San Francisco firefighters are raking in six-figure overtime paychecks because of staffing shortages that have department managers scheduling numerous extra shifts. The San Francisco Chronicle points to a lieutenant at Station 39 on Portola Avenue who collected $221,000 in overtime last year, raising his total salary to $363,000: If you’re looking for a poster […]
An estimated 5,000 firefighters from around the country flocked to St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco on Friday to pay tribute to Lt. Vincent Perez and firefighter/paramedic Anthony Valerio, who died from injuries sustained in a Diamond Heights house fire on June 2nd. The deaths represented the first time a San Francisco firefighter had been […]