Firefighting News: Two Seriously Injured in Kentucky Fire

11/13/2013
Two people were seriously injured in a fire and possible explosion at an apartment building in Danville, Kentucky. The incident unfolded just after midnight, according to news reports. WKYT reported (http://bit.ly/18rSBva) that one of the burn victims was in a wheelchair. Firefighters indicated the other man rushed to check on him and also got burned. The pair were airlifted to an area medical facility. A family of three on the second floor of the building escaped the fire without injury. Few other details were available as of this writing. For more, go to http://bit.ly/18rSBva. For more on related firefighting issues, consider Residential Search and Rescue Carries and Drags, Fireground ...

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