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To Save Lives and Property- High Threat Response (abstract)

Firefighters face the risk of being hurt, injured or killed responding to community-based emergencies throughout the United States. Whether responding to a hazardous materials incident, medical emergency or a structure fire, firefighters take an oath to save others and in doing so often risk their own lives.

Source: Journal of the NPS Center for Homeland Defense and Security

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