Fire News: Man Badly Injured in Tennessee Duplex Fire

08/05/2014
Photo, video, and article by Bruce Garner A 66-year-old Chattanooga (TN) man was seriously injured in a duplex fire early this morning. The Chattanooga Fire Department received the alarm at 12:10 a.m. and responded to 2103 Daisy Street with four fire companies. Lt. Wadie Suttles with Engine 4 said the entire front part of the duplex was engulfed in flames. While some firefighters worked to get the blaze under control, two firefighters made their way inside to look for victims. Captain Ashley May and Lt. Alex Cole found a male victim at the rear of the B side of the duplex. The two firefighters carried the victim out of the apartment, where firefighters and EMS personnel administered oxyg...

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