Fire Kills 14 at Workshop for the Disabled in Germany

Firefighters said 14 people were killed Monday in a fire at a workshop for the disabled in Germany.

The Associated Press reports (http://abcn.ws/UnT9hE) that at least six other people were injured in the fire. A fire spokesman said there was no immediate information on why the building in Titisee-Neustadt, near the city of Freiburg, caught fire.

Some 100 firefighters responded to the incident. The center employs some 120 people with either mental of physical disabilities.

Read more at http://abcn.ws/UnT9hE.

For training articles on firefighting response to structures of similar use, consider New Command And Control Nursing Home Simulation Now Available On Us Fire Administration’s Virtual Campus, NFPA President Calls For Fire Sprinklers In All Nursing Homes, and At FDIC 2011, Bill Gustin Talks Hoseline Operations for Multi-Family Occupancies.

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