Firefighting News: Two Dead After Being Pulled from Georgia Fire

09/09/2013
Three firefighters suffered minor injuries in a house fire that killed two people early Monday in Sandy Springs, Georgia. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported (http://bit.ly/14Gt6Vg) that firefighters were dispatched just after midnight and found smoke coming from a duplex at the River Rill complex. Firefighters made entrance and found two victims, one male and one female, in cardiac arrest. The first victim, a male, was located inside the door, while the female was found during search operations on the second floor. One firefighter sustained a knee injury, while another burned his hand. A third firefighter was overcome by the heat. Deputy Chief Jeff Scarbrough told the paper that ...

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