Firefighting News: Detroit Firefighter Injured in Fire at Structure Owned by Hospital

06/17/2014
A Detroit firefighter was injured fighting a fire in a building owned by Henry Ford Hospital. The fire was being called suspicious and arson investigators were working on determining its cause, according to a report on WXYZ (http://bit.ly/1lx7Rw6). On the Line: Crawl Before You Walk | Structural Collapse Under Fire Conditions Firefighters had difficulty accessing the building because it was secured. By the time they made entry, fire had caused a floor inside to collapse. One firefighter injured his leg when he fell at the collapse site. He was transported as a precaution. Read more about this incident at http://bit.ly/1lx7Rw6. MORE DETROIT FIRE NEWS Leary Firefighters Foundation Donate...

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