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Search Tags: D.C. Fire and EMS
D.C. fire hydrants have a history of being out of service or of losing pressure. City agencies are now expressing "a high level of confidence" in the city's hydrants and water system.
Two men were injured Thursday afternoon in an apparent gang-related shooting near the U Street Corridor area of Northwest, D.C. officials say.
Three people were struck by cars Thursday afternoon in the D.C. Metro area.
Five firefighters were injured -- one of them critically -- while battling a house fire in Northeast early Friday
A former D.C. firefighter will spend seven days in jail and pay more than $3,600 in restitution for fraudulently charging clients for CPR training.
D.C. Fire and EMS says the smoke is coming from a 10-story building on I Street.
Red Line Metro trains are sharing a single track between the New York Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue stations after a person was struck by a train, officials say.
High winds have blown over the National Christmas Tree, which is lit by the president every year on the Ellipse south of the White House.
A four-year-old boy died after an apartment fire in southeast Washington, D.C. Friday night.
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If you saw a big plume of dark smoke in the sky Friday morning near Nationals Park, it wasn't a fire.