According to a study by the Neurotoxin Institute, Firefighters are 10 times more likely to suffer from Parkinson's Disease than everyday civilians. Conditions on the job are the most likely culprit behind this drastic disparity.
Firefighters consider themselves humble public servants but they are in fact Heroes for their work in rescuing people from burning buildings and wreckages while placing their own lives at risk in order to protect their fellow firefighters and the public at large.
There are six known classes of fires. Some include gases, liquids, metals and oils with each requiring a different approach.
They are courageous and always know that there is a chance things may not go their way. It's been said. "True Courage is being afraid. Then still going forward and doing your job anyway. That's what True Courage is"