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  1. Family, friends and firefighters from across the country will crowd into a church Friday to memorialize the life of San Antonio firefighter Scott Deem. Deem's funeral is scheduled for 1 p.m. at Community Bible Church at 2477 North Loop 1604 East. The San Antonio Fire Department will be leading a procession of about 130 apparatus that will leave at 9 a.
    - PUB DATE: 5/26/2017 7:37:45 AM - SOURCE: KSAT-TV ABC 12 San Antonio
  2. Local donations totaled more than $57,000 for local firefighters during the annual Fill the Boot campaign to benefit the local Muscular Dystrophy Association. “We love to serve our community and be in our community, so anything that they need, we will be there for them,” said Michael Robertson, president of Waco Professional Fire Fighters Local No.
    - PUB DATE: 5/25/2017 2:25:36 AM - SOURCE: Waco Tribune-Herald
  3. Cameron County Emergency Management aims to save property and save lives. Aerial Drones are now part of that vision. In the past few months, the county acquired the new technology. What may seem like a technological trend may already be saving lives. In the past year, we’ve seen local authorities in Brownsville or South Padre Island add aerial drones to their toolbox.
    - PUB DATE: 5/25/2017 3:32:23 PM - SOURCE: KVEO-TV NBC 23 Rio Grande Valley
  4. A former Burkburnett Volunteer Firefighter receives probation after admitting to filing a false claim to his insurance company following a house fire at his home. In August of last year, Chase Carter's home burned down, Burk Fire Officials originally believed that an iron started the fire. Upon further investigation police say some things had been brought up that seemed suspicious about the fire.
    - PUB DATE: 5/26/2017 12:00:24 AM - SOURCE: KFDX NBC 3- KJTL FOX 18 - KJBO MyTV 35
  5. A van, a couple of cars and tires caught fire this afternoon in West Odessa. Investigators say the property owner was working on the van and left to take a break. When he came back, he saw the flames. Fire officials say the tried to put it out but ended up calling 911 for help. Firefighters from the city and several volunteer groups helped put out the fire but it was a battle because of the wind kept spreading the flames.
    - PUB DATE: 5/25/2017 3:23:17 PM - SOURCE: KCBD-TV NBC 11 Lubbock

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