Of the nearly 700 applicants, 25-45 will end up filling positions and joining Louisville Fire.
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Nearly two dozen members of the Louisville Fire Department were promoted Friday during a ceremony at the Louisville Zoo, which coincided with the department's open recruitment period.
If you're looking to start a career as a firefighter, there's a new position opening up in Louisville.
Lesley Prather, her daughter Rhyan, and another mother and daughter, Carrie and Kacey McCaw, were killed in a crash near St. Louis on their way to a youth volleyball tournament.
A truck with Engine Company 22 of the Louisville Division of Fire will take part in the procession in honor of Lesley Prather, who began working at the Louisville Division of Fire in October 2016.
Crews later determined the fire was caused by a candle in one of the house's bedrooms.
Investigators determined the cause of the fire to be "unattended cooking."
The Jefferson County Coroner's Office confirmed the identity, citing the cause of death as apparent smoke inhalation.
Crews responded to reports of a structure fire at 7:39 p.m. Wednesday in the 500 block of North 20th Street and found a "heavy fire" coming from a vacant, two-story house