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April 19, 1989 | ANDREA MIHALIK/ DAILY NEWS
There's nothing to be alarmed about at the moment, so firefighter Bud Landis and Sparkey, the ever-faithful Dalmatian, take a breather before the action gets hot and heavy again. Both of these smoke eaters are attached to Ladder 2 Company at 4th and Arch streets.
NEWS
December 5, 1987 | The Philadelphia Inquirer / JIM PRESTON
A TREE GROWS ALONG THE SCHUYLKILL where Robert Grow of Connelly Containers adjusts a Christmas display atop a water tower. At the bottom of the ladder yesterday was electrician Joe Terifay. The tree and tower, just upriver from City Avenue, are lighted by night.
NEWS
February 14, 2012 | Associated Press
BRIGANTINE, N.J. - Experts said Monday that they did not know whether the recent deaths of three dolphins found along the Jersey Shore were related. Officials with the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine were notified Sunday afternoon about a common dolphin that was trapped between the rungs of a ladder underneath a dock in the Ocean City lagoon. Robert Schoelkopf, director of the center, said it appeared that the dolphin got caught in the ladder, the Atlantic City Press reported.
NEWS
May 11, 2004
So now Mayor Street wants to make drastic cuts to the Fire Department. These cuts will cause more loss of lives and property. Firefighters risk their lives every day. Here in Frankford, Engine 14/Ladder 15, at Foulkrod and Darrah, has given residents fine service for so many years. We depend on this company. So think before you leap. Bernice D. Hall, Philadelphia
NEWS
December 5, 1992 | Inquirer photographs by J. Kyle Keener
The remarkable aspect of the company Christmas tree that Bob Grow sets up each year isn't its shape or species. It's the lofty perch, atop a Connelly Containers water tower next to the Schuylkill Expressway. That's a 150-foot climb on a ladder for Grow, his balance tested by the 140-pound tree tied to his back. He's missed making the climb only once since 1987.
NEWS
April 25, 2006 | By Barbara Boyer INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Four firefighters and a battalion chief were rushed to the hospital after they were shocked, likely by downed electrical wires, as they were fighting a three-alarm blaze in West Philadelphia early yesterday. Two of the injured were admitted for overnight treatment. The other three were treated and released, Executive Fire Chief Daniel Williams said. Authorities ruled out lightning as the cause and said they believed the shock was caused by live wires that had fallen during the fire and came in contact with a ladder truck.
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