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Billy V ADMIN March 23, 2007
Announcement: Do you take emergency scene photos as either a bystander or a department member? Participate in the discussion about HIPAA and the other legal/ethical issues involved. We'd like to hear what you think!

This group discussion is for members only.

Group Description

This is a place for those in the fire and ems service to share their photos, or for anyone to share related pictures.

As the group has developed, it has encompassed a wide variety of locales and types of incidents. We look forward to seeing your photos.

Posting Guidelines

There is a five picture upload limit, per user, per day. This cuts down on flooding of the group, and gives your pictures a chance for more visibility.

This group is for photographs of or relating to fire departments and EMS: their equipment, incidents, and the everyday captures. Please don't upload non-photos (graphics, art, etc.)

Related Groups

For police / law enforcement pictures, check out Dude, look out! It's the Cops! and Police Cars.

Group Rules

This is a place for those in the fire and ems service to share their photos, or for anyone to share related pictures.

As the group has developed, it has encompassed a wide variety of locales and types of incidents. We look forward to seeing your photos.

Posting Guidelines

There is a five picture upload limit, per user, per day. This cuts down on flooding of the group, and gives your pictures a chance for more visibility.

This group is for photographs of or relating to fire departments and EMS: their equipment, incidents, and the everyday captures. Please don't upload non-photos (graphics, art, etc.)

Additional Info

  • Members can post 10 things to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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