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Atlanta Firefighters outfitted with ballistic vest and helmets while responding to civil unrest in S.W. Atlanta. Structure fire at Wendy’s; University Ave / Pryor Rd. ... See MoreSee Less

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Stay safe brothers. The media kept reporting that no efforts were being made to put the fire out, while I listened to my brothers trying to get you guys in safely. I am sickened by what you all are having to deal with, just to do your job. Respect. 🖤❤🖤💙🖤

Absolutely insane!!! The mayor don’t give a rats butt about you all but us respectable citizens do!! God bless you

God bless you Blaine and all firefighters, medical personnel and also the families that are on the front lines in a world gone crazy!

Cant believe this bullshit! Horrible leadership in the mayor's office! Pray for my brothers and sisters in Atl! Stay safe and go home at the end of your shift!

Prayers for y’all! Stay safe, we know you’re doing the best you can!

Stay safe my brothers and sisters in Atlanta come back home this should not be happing the job is dangerous enough without this b.s. God bless you all

Be safe Brothers the job is dangerous enough without having to deal with that crap on top of it 😠

So glad my husband is retired from AFD that was one of the station he was at plus we had come through there hours before coming home from vacation and the cops were there trying to keep the protesters off the interstate. God protect our FF and PO

Thank you all for your service. Stay safe and continued prayers during these unsettling times!

Praying for all emergency personnel.

Absolutely sickening

Makes me physically sick. Prayers for you all.

Civil unrest? It's actually pronounced: T-E-R-R-O-R-I-S-M

Stay safe brothers and sisters and thank you for your service

Thankful you all are safe 🙏

Those have been on the engines for years due to the insane amount of shootings AFD responds to on a daily basis

So sick of my brothers and sisters in in LEO, FIRE, EMS being in jeopardy

Be safe out there brothers an sisters.

Poor city leadership allowed this to happen, you dont side with the people causing the problem. Always support your team, that's why the police chief "voluntarily stepped down" you know with urging from the mayor.

Stay safe God Bless you All ❤️

Stay safe!! Everyone Goes Home!

I repeated prayed myself to sleep last night praying for you all.

Stay safe, thanks for your service

Put the top of that vest at the sternal notch. High thoracic shots are taught and trained. Cover that high thorax with armor.

Please please be careful 🚒🙏🏾🚒🚒🙏🏾🚒

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Mayor Bottoms addressing the protesters in the streets. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mayor is fixin to fire the chief.

Why wasn’t she out on night one now night 5?

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