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Topic - Ruben Saavedra
Firefighters rescued a 78-year-old man Saturday after he ran out of water while hiking in south Phoenix.
An early morning Phoenix apartment fire has left more than a dozen people, including 9 children, in need of shelter.
A fire at a north Phoenix apartment complex damaged eight units due to flames, smoke and water.
Phoenix firefighters whose helmets were burning due to intense heat inside a burning house rescued a dog which they had to resuscitate once they got it outside.
Despite a government threat to fire them, some 500 soldiers marched in Bolivia's capital Wednesday for a second consecutive day to demand greater upward mobility within the armed forces.
Phoenix firefighters and a hazardous materials crew are working to cool an overheated tank that almost caused an explosion at a water treatment plant near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Phoenix firefighters say a toddler is going to be OK after nearly drowning in a backyard swimming pool.
Firefighters say a Phoenix man likely would have died in a house fire had it not been for his neighbors.
Firefighters have rescued a man who developed a medical condition while hiking in Phoenix near Piestewa Peak.
Saavedra says even experienced hikers need to remember to carry enough water, a fully charged cellphone and to not go alone.
Saavedra says the son went to look for him and decided to notify authorities around 1:40 p.m.