Firefighters will go door-to-door through a Detroit neighborhood Friday afternoon, passing out free smoke detectors and batteries.
Detroit firefighters are getting some new protective gear, as well as 100 automatic defibrillators, thanks in part to a $1.75 million Federal Emergency Management Authority grant.
“It’s an action movie, it’s shot in widescreen, it’s got great music, we’re up in helicopters, we’re going into fires with these guys.”
Four Detroit firefighters are recovering Friday morning after they were injured in a house explosion on the city’s northeast side.
Carrying signs and chanting slogans reading ‘no union busting,’ hundreds of unions members marched in downtown Detroit Thursday.
Firefighters say browning out the stations will put lives and property at risk.