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Please SLOW down.

Today our Battalion Chief was struck head on on Division and Montana Ave.

The driver of the mustang's condition is non life threatening injuries as of now.

The chief was treated and released.

Extensive damage to both vehicles, BPD is investigating

We want to remind people to SLOW down and buckle up.

We wish a speedy recovery to Chief and the other driver.

Photo from @ktvq
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Please SLOW down.Today our Battalion Chief was struck head on on Division and Montana Ave.The driver of the mustangs condition is non life threatening injuries as of now.The chief was treated and released.Extensive damage to both vehicles, BPD is investigatingWe want to remind people to SLOW down and buckle up.We wish a speedy recovery to Chief and the other driver.Photo from @ktvq

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Glad to hear everyone is ok.

It looks like by the suqar factory

Glad he was ok and that the other driver is too! Ticket for sure! Seatbelts work!

Jerilyn Grendahl

🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

Glad all is okay

I’m so glad our battalion chief is not injured!!

Well I wonder if the driver of the mustang has that car for sale now. Looks like a lot of good parts for mine. I hope the BC that was in the suburban heals up fast, as well, the driver of the mustang.

Doesn't look good for the Stang driver with race numbers painted all over the windows.

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#endthestigma #outofthedarkness

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It was an amazing turn out this year. Great to hear more voices for the cause. #youmatter

Indeed

That wasn't the case when I was a fire fighter. I'm happy to see that it does matter finally. The reason it is hard to feel it needs to be cared about is because it's something you can't put a bandage on. Keep up the great work guys. I'm happy that mental health is a part of the dept. now. Take care and stay safe.

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Hose testing at the airport. Every piece of hose in the department gets tested once a year. Love it or hate it, it needs to get done.

@billingsfirefighters
#firehose
#firestation
#firefighter
#hardwork
#dirtyhands
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Hose testing at the airport. Every piece of hose in the department gets tested once a year. Love it or hate it, it needs to get done.@billingsfirefighters
#firehose
#firestation
#firefighter
#hardwork
#dirtyhands

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Grateful

proud of our fireman.

Blessed to know we can have our fire department protected with good equipment. We trust they will stay safe on every call. Thank You All🇺🇸

The monotonous stuff is sometimes the most important. Could you imagine a line failing during a crisis?

Eighteen years ago, 343 FDNY members died in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Since then, more than 200 IAFF members have died from 9/11-related illnesses. ... See MoreSee Less

Eighteen years ago, 343 FDNY members died in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Since then, more than 200 IAFF members have died from 9/11-related illnesses.

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God Bless ALL our Fire Fighters and other First Responders, for the Service you give.

Bless all of you and your families and thank you for all your service. Stay safe.

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Since 1937, Billings Fire Fighters have been protecting the citizens in the Yellowstone Valley from Fires, Medical Emergencies and other unforeseen Hazards. Additionally we represent over 100 uniformed firefighters that work for the City of Billings.

As Billings Fire Fighters, we serve our citizens based on our core values. Honesty, integrity, compassion. These are our guiding principals. We face daily emergencies that require us to be quick problem solvers to make your worse day, a little bit better.

Just another typical day” does not fit in our narrative. Everyday brings new challenges and new encounters. We train everyday to prepare for when the“What ifs” turn into reality. Not just limited to fires and medical emergencies, our training prepares us for Hazardous Materials and Specialty rescues. With Billings unique landscapes it is not uncommon for us to perform Rim as well as River rescues.

Billings Firefighters are here to serve you, the citizens of Billings.