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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Indianapolis Fire Department
The Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) is the principal fire suppression, prevention, and rescue agency of Indianapolis, Indiana, under the jurisdiction of the Mayor of Indianapolis. In 2010, the IFD responded to 154,727 emergency calls. - Source: Wikipedia
Three of the six members of an Indianapolis family who died from a weekend fire provided organs that will directly benefit as many as 85 people.
Emergency crews scrambled to get an ambulance to pick up a pregnant woman who was in labor in the midst of a long traffic tie up on an Indianapolis highway.
Foul play is not suspected in the Indianapolis house fire that killed a couple and four of their children over the weekend, but the investigation into a cause may be lengthy because there were no survivors to provide information, authorities said Monday.
Two young children died Sunday from injuries they sustained in a house fire that killed two of their siblings and their parents, an Indianapolis Fire Department spokeswoman said.
The Indianapolis Fire Department reports a woman and a young girl have died after being pulled from a house fire on the city's east side.
Authorities say Indianapolis divers have rescued a woman who they say jumped off a bridge into the frigid White River.
A roaring explosion that leveled two homes and set two others ablaze in a huge fire forced about 200 people from an Indianapolis neighborhood where two people were killed, authorities said Sunday. The powerful nighttime blast shattered windows, crumpled walls and inflicted other damage on at least 14 other homes.