Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers says safety is the greatest gift you can give, and taking a minute to show your family how to escape the house in case of fire makes all the difference.
Fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers wants Philadelphia residents to use care when firing up the outdoor grill.
Atlantic City Electric is offering smoke detectors to Gloucester County residents in need of a new one.
The Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania has teamed up with Red Paw Emergency Relief, an animal safety organization, for “Fire Safe Fridays.”
Philadelphia fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers is reminding all residents to follow some helpful fire safety tips.
This Sunday, Nov. 4th, residents will be setting their clocks back an hour.
Philadelphia fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers wants to make sure those families that celebrate by putting a Christmas tree in their living rooms do so safely.
City officials this morning removed a potentially dangerous propane tank from a structure set up by protesters at the “Occupy Philadelphia” encampment.
On Thursday, the Red Cross showed off a re-creation of a home fire scene, designed with the help of the Philadelphia Fire Department, that will be on display in Septa’s Market East station for the rest of the month.
The Pennsylvania Historical Society has unveiled an historical marker in front of 221 Market Street to commemorate the original volunteer firefighters in the city of Philadelphia.
If your home ever catches on fire you need to know how to get out quickly. Having working smoke detectors and planning an escape route is critical.
Philadelphia fire comissioner Lloyd Ayers says grill fires are the #1 type of fires his department sees in the month of July.
The 16th floor of Center Square at 15th and Market was overcome with simulated smoke. It’s all part of a training exercise designed to enhance efficiency when firefighters battle high rise blazes.