September 05, 2018

AMERICAN EPISODES - "Captured In Reetime" (being produced by SONIK VUE) is a documentary series to bring to light "The Human Touch" of "First Responders" (law enforcement, firefighters, EMS, physicians, The Armed Forces, disaster relief organizations, public officials, utility companies) and "Unsung Heroes" (such as the humanitarian works of The Late Father Bill Collins). The film is Co-Hosted by Muhammad Ali, Jr. (the natural born Son of the Late Muhammad Ali who was earmarked as America's greatest sports figure of the 20th Century. Our goal is to travel throughout The United States to capture and foster "the good side" of First Responders and Unsung Heroes of America, as we believe this special group of America make great sacrifices (over personal interests and family), risking their own well-being for the protection and betterment of the people and communities in which they serve and/or protect.

Rhoda Mae Kerr, Fire Chief

Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue


Captain Robert Ricci

Paramedic of The Year 2018 Award

Awards Ceremoney at Fort Lauderdale City Commission Meeting held at City Hall on Tuesday, Spetember 4, 2018 at 100 North Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale which recognized various Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue for their service to the community. This segment (Version 1) which highlights the recognition of Captain Robert Ricci by the Broward County Fire Chief's Association 2018 EMS Awards. Congratulations to Robert Ricci. Fort Lauderdale-Fire Rescue Ocean Lifeguards also were recognized and awarded for wining the The United States Lifesaving Association 2018 National Chanpionships. 

Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue Ocean Lifeguards

Below are Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)  who were recognized for wining the 2018 CERT State Championsip Compeitition during the National CERT Compeitition held in Agust 2018 in Naples, Florida. 

Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue

Community Emergency Response Team


Stay tuned for additional music video news highlighting Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis, the Broward Sheriff's Office and other First Responders!


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