34 year old Jamison Kampmeyer, laid to rest March 10, 2012. Kampmeyer was fatally injured fighting a fire Sunday March 4, 2012. Kampmeyer, a detective with the county sherrif's department, was a volunteer fireman. Over 1,000 mourners attend his funeral in a small Wisconsin town. Kampmeyer leaves behind a wife, three young children, and an entire community that loved him. A true testement that "Real Heroes Don't Wear Capes" Rest in Peace Hero.
Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning. I ask everyone I know, and people I don't know, but who I'm sure are awesome, to please read this. Drowning isn't like what it is portrayed as on TV or in movies. It's quiet. It's quick. Victims don't wave their arms the way people think they do. Know the signs and remember them. Read this and maybe you could save a life someday.
Cooped Up: May 1910. Seaford, Delaware. This photo shows what was formerly a chicken coop, in which during the berry season the Arnao family live on Hitchens farm. Seventeen children and five elders live here. Ten youngest children range in age from 3 to 13. On the day of the investigation no berries being picked on Hitchens Farm. The family went over to the Truitts farm to pick. Edward F. Brown, Investigator. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.