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A few months back, a group of Cincinnati Fire Fighters were fortunate enough to pick a private barrel of 1792 Full Proof. The barrel yielded 132 bottles. The bottles are in and engraved with The Thin Red Line, and a portion of the sales will go to support the Cincinnati Fire Fighters Union Local 48 Burn & Injured fund and The Cincinnati Fire Museum. The bottles have hit the shelves this morning at One Stop Liquors located at 10 Donnermeyer Dr, Bellevue, KY 41073. This would make a great Christmas gift while supporting a good cause. Limit 1 per person. ... See MoreSee Less

A few months back, a group of Cincinnati Fire Fighters were fortunate enough to pick a private barrel of 1792 Full Proof. The barrel yielded 132 bottles.  The bottles are in and engraved with The Thin Red Line, and a portion of the sales will go to support the Cincinnati Fire Fighters Union Local 48 Burn & Injured fund and The Cincinnati Fire Museum. The bottles have hit the shelves this morning at One Stop Liquors located at 10 Donnermeyer Dr, Bellevue, KY 41073. This would make a great Christmas gift while supporting a good cause. Limit 1 per person.

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Who bought up all the 1792?.....I bought a bottle last night, and went back just now to get another for my cousin and the whole display was empty, WTF happened?

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The men and women of Cincinnati Fire Fighters Union Local 48 send our deepest sympathies to the family, friends, and members of Indianapolis Professional Firefighters Local 416 on the loss of one of their own, Engineer Matthew Bennett, from a medical emergency while on scene of a fire run. Please keep Eng. Bennett’s family, friends, and co-workers in your thoughts. Stay safe.With a heavy heart, Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) Chief Ernest Malone sadly reports the unexpected, on duty passing, of IFD Engineer Matthew D. Bennett (49). Matt, an active duty firefighter, was assigned to IFD Engine 1, B Shift. Matt was appointed to Franklin Township fire department on December 1, 1997 and joined the IFD family when Franklin Twp. merged with IFD in July 2010.

Prior to his appointment in 1997 Matt was a Wayne Twp. reserve firefighter from 1982 until 2003, an IFD Dispatcher and a Wishard EMT. Matt is a veteran firefighter of 23 years but a dedicated public safety servant of 38 years.

He is survived by his wife Carlita Bennett, daughter Samantha (16), stepdaughter Allie Brouwer (25), stepson Chandler Brouwer (22), 3 grandchildren, Grace, Gwen and William Jr., Mother, Rosanne Banich Bennett, Sister, Jennifer Bennett, Brother:Jeff Bennett (Jonie),
Nephews, DeAndre and Tyree Thompson
and Niece, Joie Bennett

At 9:54 AM on Friday November 13, IFD units were dispatched to a possible structural collapse at 5417 Brendan Park Dr. The first unit on the scene was City of Lawrence Engine 39 at 10:02 AM, who reported that a car had driven into the home, through the garage area. It is believed the driver hit the gas instead of the brake. Thankfully there were no injuries to any of the occupants.

IFD Collapse Rescue Team 1 arrived on scene at 10:15 AM, with Engine 1 driven by Engineer Bennett, and prepared to assess the damage to the structure. The decision was made to shore up an area inside the home and the crew began to work. Shortly after arrival, IFD Command was notified that Engineer Bennett was in the City of Lawrence ambulance, already on scene, complaining of chest pain and being checked out by Medics. Command declared a code 700 - firefighter injury. At 10:47 AM City of Lawrence medic 38 transported Engineer Bennett to the Heart Hospital at Community Hospital North. They marked on scene at 10:55 AM. He was immediately taken into surgery.

Despite the quick actions of all personnel on scene, the transporting medics and the medical team at Community North, Engineer Bennett did not survive and passed away this afternoon, surrounded by his family. Our hearts are broken.

Pending the family's wishes, more information about services for Matt will be forthcoming.

Please keep Matt, his family and his IFD family in your thoughts as we all grieve his unexpected loss.
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The men and women of Cincinnati Fire Fighters Union Local 48 send our deepest sympathies to the family, friends, and members of Indianapolis Professional Firefighters Local 416 on the loss of one of their own, Engineer Matthew Bennett, from a medical emergency while on scene of a fire run. Please keep Eng. Bennett’s family, friends, and co-workers in your thoughts. Stay safe.

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sending love and prayers for all!

Rest easy myBrother! Thoughts and Prayers for Brother Bennett, his Family, and the entire I.F.D. No greater Love........... 🙏

RIH brother. 🥲

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Happy Veterans Day to all that fought and continue to fight for our great Nation. Stay safe. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Veterans Day to all that fought and continue to fight for our great Nation. Stay safe.

The men and women of Cincinnati Fire Fighters Union Local 48 send our deepest condolences to the Hamilton County Sheriffs Office and the family and friends of Cpl. Adam Mcmillan. Cpl. Mcmillan succumbed to injuries he sustained in the line of duty earlier in the month. Rest In Peace, Cpl. Mcmillan- job well done. ... See MoreSee Less

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RIP our hero!

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The (Cincinnati Fire Department) and the Cincinnati Fire Fighters Union Local 48 are committed to providing the best quality service to the citizens of Cincinnati. We will provide professional and safe response to fire, explosive, medical, and environmental emergencies. We are dedicated to minimizing the loss of life and property through suppression, rescue, education, enforcement, investigation, and other innovative programs.