The U.S. Fire Administration reported on the deaths of two firefighters in American Samoa in the South Pacific.
While on duty, Deputy Fire Chief Ciocca contracted COVID-19 from working with other firefighters who subsequently tested positive for the virus.
Firefighter/Paramedic Robert David Reisinger, 57, contracted the virus but had apparently recovered and was scheduled to return to work.
Jackson (ME) Lieutenant Harold “Eddie” Moore, Jr., 42, went into cardiac arrest following the response to a fire call.
Eduardo A. Ramirez was with his crew at his station when he collapsed after performing physical training.
A funeral was scheduled to be held for Chicago Firefighter Edward Singleton, who is the second firefighter in the department to have died from coronavirus complications.
Sergeant Andy Kuchar of the Burlington Fire Protection District was injured on-duty while performing station duties.
Firefighter John Schoffstall, 41, contracted COVID-19 from working with another firefighter who had subsequently tested positive for the virus.
Tryon Fire Chief James “Tank” Waters, 40, died unexpectedly after self-quarantining because of an abundance of caution regarding coronavirus, reports say.
A Chicago firefighter has passed away from coronavirus complications, according to reports.