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On the morning of September 11, 2001, the members of FDNY went to work to save as many lives as they could after the attacks at the World Trade Center. They didn’t think about being a hero, or being brave, or accolades for performing their duties; they went to work. We will never forget their selfless actions that saved countless lives.

Remember all lives lost that day including the attacks at the Pentagon and the victims of flight 93.

Honor their sacrifice through service. Never forget.We will never forget. Our flags will fly at half-staff today in remembrance of the lives lost 20 years ago.
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On the morning of September 11, 2001, the members of FDNY went to work to save as many lives as they could after the attacks at the World Trade Center. They didn’t think about being a hero, or being brave, or accolades for performing their duties; they went to work.  We will never forget their selfless actions that saved countless lives.

Remember all lives lost that day including the attacks at the Pentagon and the victims of flight 93.

Honor their sacrifice through service. Never forget.

A few months back, a group of local fire fighters were fortunate enough to pick a private barrel of Woodford; the bottles are in! They are larger 1 Liter bottles 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. Bottles hit the shelves this morning at One Stop Liquors and would make a great gift while supporting a good cause. Donations to the fund are also appreciated.

About the Fund:

The Local 48 Burn and Injured fund is a long-standing fund that is used to help support the family members of Local 48 when that member is injured. The fund is used to make sure the family's needs are met while they are caring for their injured family member. These needs can range from making sure there are meals for the family, assisting in getting out of town family members to the bedside of our injured brother or sister, and helping the family get back to normal.

Local 48
1011 West 8th Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45203
513.241.3541
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A few months back, a group of local fire fighters were fortunate enough to pick a private barrel of Woodford; the bottles are in! They are larger 1 Liter bottles 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. Bottles hit the shelves this morning at One Stop Liquors and would make a great gift while supporting a good cause. Donations to the fund are also appreciated.

About the Fund:

The Local 48 Burn and Injured fund is a long-standing fund that is used to help support the family members of Local 48 when that member is injured.  The fund is used to make sure the familys needs are met while they are caring for their injured family member.  These needs can range from making sure there are meals for the family, assisting in getting out of town family members to the bedside of our injured brother or sister, and helping the family get back to normal.

Local 48
1011 West 8th Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45203
513.241.3541

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Our deepest condolences to the families of the fallen. ... See MoreSee Less

Our deepest condolences to the families of the fallen.

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RIP brothers

Solid work by the 19’s for taking care of our “extended family” from Lexington FD. ... See MoreSee Less

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What a crew! Congratulations, Brody!

In Lexington We thank you!!

Awesome!!

2nd Alarm knocked, 2980 Highforest Ln, Views of Mt Airy #CFDGoingtoWork ... See MoreSee Less

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Hopefully everyone is safe. Thank you CFD.

#GGB

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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.