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Appleton, WI Fire Department LODD 5-15-19

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A firefighter with the Appleton Fire Department was shot and killed in the line of duty after responding to a medical emergency call Wednesday night.

A procession was held overnight in Milwaukee as the firefighter’s body was brought to the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office. Firefighters lined the street as emergency vehicles escorted the body.

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Excerpts from wbay.com:

The Appleton Fire Department says a firefighter was killed Wednesday during a shooting at Valley Transit Center. The firefighter’s name has not been released, but the firefighter had been with the department for 14 years. The firefighter, a police officer, and two others were shot at the transit center Wednesday afternoon.

A procession was held overnight in Milwaukee as the firefighter’s body was brought to the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office. Police officers, firefighters, and EMS personnel lined the street as emergency vehicles escorted the firefighter to the medical examiner. The fallen firefighter was draped in an American flag.

Meghan Cash of the Appleton Police Department says police and fire departments responded to the transit center for a medical call shortly at 5:30 p.m. While they were treating the person, “the incident escalated into shots being fired.” Police are still trying to determine what led up to the shooting and exactly how many rounds went off.

Because the shooting involved Appleton police officers and firefighters, the Green Bay Police Department was called in to investigate the incident with the help of other agencies. Appleton, Kaukauna and Fox Valley Metro police departments, Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office and the Wisconsin State Patrol responded to the scene.

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Fatal crash and fire in Milwaukee – 4/20/19

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The Milwaukee Police Department was in pursuit of a reckless vehicle Saturday afternoon (4/30/19) when the car crashed into another vehicle and into a house at North 13th Street and Capitol Drive. The impact of the crash led to the engine of the car flying onto the sidewalk several feet away and starting the house on fire.
 
Firefighters from the Milwaukee Fire Department and neighboring North Shore Fire-Rescue responded to the scene for a auto extrication assignment as well as a full assignment for the working fire.
 
The driver of the fleeing car was trapped as the fire spread to the house. He was killed.
 

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Water rescue in Milwaukee, 4-19-19

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The Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee Fire Department, and the U.S. Coast Guard responded to a report of a kite surfer in distress Friday afternoon in Lake Michigan near McKinley Beach.
 
Officers were able to successfully rescue the man who did not appear to be seriously injured.
 
Milwaukee Police Department Marine UNit with kite surfer in distress

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3-Alarm fire in Milwaukee, 4-13-19

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The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to a fire in the Furniture Depot store at 2523 West Lincoln Avenue on Milwaukee’s south side on Saturday, April 13th.
 
When firefighters arrived on scene, they found the front of the store engulfed in flames. A second alarm was called before being elevated to a third alarm.
 
The fire completely destroyed the store and damaged nearby businesses and a home.

 

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Fatal crash in Milwaukee, WI – 4-11-19

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Shortly after 5 PM, a Milwaukee County Sheriff’s deputy spotted a reckless vehicle on Interstate 94 south in Milwaukee. The vehicle took off and the pursuit exited at Holt Avenue and continued westbound on Morgan Avenue.
 
The fleeing vehicle struck other vehicles at South 13th Street and Morgan Avenue. The suspect was later arrested after a short foot chase. T The crash left one man dead and at least three people injured.
 
The Milwaukee Fire Department extrication units arrived on scene along with assistance from Bell Ambulance and the Milwaukee Police Department.
 
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Illinois State Police LODD, 3-30-19

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Illinois State Police Trooper Gerald Ellis funeral procession

 

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Brush fire in Milwaukee, 3-25-19

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Milwaukee FD Engine 9 requested a full assignment for a brush fire Monday afternoon (3-25-2019) at Havenwoods State Forest on Milwaukee’s northwest side. Additional assistance was requested from North Shore Fire-Rescue, Mequon, and Menomonee Falls fire departments. The fire burned approximately 3 acres. The Milwaukee Fire Department does not have any brush trucks in its fleet.

 

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McHenry County Sheriff’s Office LODD (more)

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The funeral for fallen Deputy Jacob Keltner of the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office in Northeastern Illinois was held Wednesday, March 13, 2019. Deputy Keltner was shot and killed in the line of duty while serving a warrant on a fugitive in Rockford.
 

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Public Safety on display at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show

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Vehicles on display at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show.

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Illinois State Police Ford Explorer

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vintage Chicago police car

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Illinois Secretary of State Police Ford Explorer

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Ford 6x6 AWD fire truck on display at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show

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pink decals on MEDEX ambulance

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Ford Explorer police interceptor

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Milwaukee Police Department LODD

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The funeral for fallen Milwaukee Police Officer Matthew Rittner was held on Wednesday, February 13th in Oak Creek. Law enforcement officers from across Wisconsin and Illinois were in attendance, including the Chicago Police Department and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
 
Officer Rittner is the third officer to be killed in the line of duty in the City of Milwaukee in eight months.
 

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