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A structure fire on Tuesday night, Milwaukee Fire Department crews assisted two occupants from the house. A dog was also rescued from the building and reunited with the owner soon after.
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A structure fire on Tuesday night, Milwaukee Fire Department crews assisted two occupants from the house. A dog was also rescued from the building and reunited with the owner soon after. 
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God you have been very busy this week.

Working at a house fire on Sunday. Milwaukee is lucky to have such skilled firefighters protecting the citizens 24/7.

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Working at a house fire on Sunday. Milwaukee is lucky to have such skilled firefighters protecting the citizens 24/7.

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Thank you to ALL firefighters!

🙏❤️Be careful out there! Thank you for your service!

Thank you for your service

We need them!!!!

The crew of one of the busiest Engines in the state, E13 wishes you a Merry Christmas! Stay Safe. ... See MoreSee Less

The crew of one of the busiest Engines in the state, E13 wishes you a Merry Christmas! Stay Safe.

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Merry Christmas and thanks!

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas 🎄

🎄🎄Merry Christmas!!🎄🎄🥰

Merry Christmas!

Kelly Filocha This was Dad’s house for many years! ♥️

Merry Christmas. Thanks for all you do.

Thank you ALL!! 💗

Marry Christmas brothers and sisters of engine 13

Thank you for your service to the community! Safe & Happy Holidays to you and yours!!

Merry Christmas guys and girls thank you for working on Christmas.

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Santa Claus and his friends Black Panther, Captain America and Spider-Man teamed up with fellow real-life superheroes from the Milwaukee and Wauwatosa fire departments for their 4th annual Christmas morning visit to Children’s Wisconsin Hospital in Wauwatosa. Firefighters used aerial platforms to move Santa and his friends from window to window to bring some Christmas cheer to children, their families and hospital staff who could not be home for Christmas.

This event was started four years ago when the child of a local firefighter was battling cancer. Fellow firefighters recognized an opportunity to bring a bit of Christmas Day happiness to hospitalized children and their families. The presence of Santa Claus, a superhero and a firefighter at the window also brings a smile to the faces of doctors, nurses and other hospital staff working Christmas Day.

Each year the Christmas Day event also spotlights the child of an area firefighter that received treatment at Children’s Wisconsin. This year Caledonia, WI firefighter Don Tiegs and his son Erick were present. Erick was seriously injured at the Waukesha Christmas parade in November and hospitalized at Children’s over Thanksgiving. He was released from the hospital and returned home on December 1.

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You are all absolutely amazing! Such a wonderful event.

Outstanding job gentleman.

Fantastic idea.

Reid Montanye

Love the red❤️❤️❤️❤️

Class

Awesome!! Good job!!

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#rescue
A structure fire on Tuesday night, Milwaukee Fire Department crews assisted two occupants from the house. A dog was also rescued from the building and reunited with the owner soon after.
📸 Scott Carnahan
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#rescue 
A structure fire on Tuesday night, Milwaukee Fire Department crews assisted two occupants from the house. A dog was also rescued from the building and reunited with the owner soon after. 
📸 Scott CarnahanImage attachmentImage attachment

Comment on Facebook

God you have been very busy this week.

Working at a house fire on Sunday. Milwaukee is lucky to have such skilled firefighters protecting the citizens 24/7.

📸 Scott Carnahan
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Working at a house fire on Sunday. Milwaukee is lucky to have such skilled firefighters protecting the citizens 24/7.

📸 Scott CarnahanImage attachment

Comment on Facebook

Thank you to ALL firefighters!

🙏❤️Be careful out there! Thank you for your service!

Thank you for your service

We need them!!!!

The crew of one of the busiest Engines in the state, E13 wishes you a Merry Christmas! Stay Safe. ... See MoreSee Less

The crew of one of the busiest Engines in the state, E13 wishes you a Merry Christmas! Stay Safe.

Comment on Facebook

Merry Christmas and thanks!

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas 🎄

🎄🎄Merry Christmas!!🎄🎄🥰

Merry Christmas!

Kelly Filocha This was Dad’s house for many years! ♥️

Merry Christmas. Thanks for all you do.

Thank you ALL!! 💗

Marry Christmas brothers and sisters of engine 13

Thank you for your service to the community! Safe & Happy Holidays to you and yours!!

Merry Christmas guys and girls thank you for working on Christmas.

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Santa Claus and his friends Black Panther, Captain America and Spider-Man teamed up with fellow real-life superheroes from the Milwaukee and Wauwatosa fire departments for their 4th annual Christmas morning visit to Children’s Wisconsin Hospital in Wauwatosa. Firefighters used aerial platforms to move Santa and his friends from window to window to bring some Christmas cheer to children, their families and hospital staff who could not be home for Christmas.

This event was started four years ago when the child of a local firefighter was battling cancer. Fellow firefighters recognized an opportunity to bring a bit of Christmas Day happiness to hospitalized children and their families. The presence of Santa Claus, a superhero and a firefighter at the window also brings a smile to the faces of doctors, nurses and other hospital staff working Christmas Day.

Each year the Christmas Day event also spotlights the child of an area firefighter that received treatment at Children’s Wisconsin. This year Caledonia, WI firefighter Don Tiegs and his son Erick were present. Erick was seriously injured at the Waukesha Christmas parade in November and hospitalized at Children’s over Thanksgiving. He was released from the hospital and returned home on December 1.

TMJ4 News WISN 12 NEWS FOX6 News Milwaukee CBS 58 Milwaukee Brotherhood of Firefighters Milwaukee Fire Department Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Association Wauwatosa Fire Department Children's Wisconsin
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Comment on Facebook

You are all absolutely amazing! Such a wonderful event.

Outstanding job gentleman.

Fantastic idea.

Reid Montanye

Love the red❤️❤️❤️❤️

Class

Awesome!! Good job!!

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