By BRENDAN KIRBY
Scenario: Flames are shooting from a house and firefighters rush in, hoses in hand. But when the fire is out, do they remember any important clues that might be useful to investigators sifting through the ashes later?
Scenario: Rescue workers charge into a crime scene in a desperate attempt to save a person. After the rescue, though, has valuable evidence been disturbed?
These are among the complicated questions that fire and rescue volunteers face - and sometimes do not consider - according to officials. Michael Lida, an emergency medical technician with the Williamsport Volunteer Ambulance Service, has organized a conference this Saturday to deal with those questions.