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Are you a Hotshot?

Jul 6, 2013
Are you a Hotshot?

When hotshots get the call, they head to the center of blazing wildfire, an inferno that sometimes only they can stop, hotshots go where equipment can’t. These elite firefighting teams are specially trained to use chainsaws and polaskies to clear brush and to cut a fire line through the dirt, a line that could...

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“Leo the Lion-hearted” saves…

Aug 30, 2011
“Leo the Lion-hearted” saves…

On 27 October 2008, a family of 7 were seen to be running away from a burning house with a dog… while their other dog refused to leave...

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