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Accident Investigation Summary
Summary Nr: 117834.015 Event: 02/14/2019Two Fire Fighters Suffer From Smoke Inhalation, One Sprains
At 4:15 p.m. on February 14, 2019, Employee #1, Employee #2 and Employee #3 were engaged in fire fighting operations. Their SCBAs ran out of air. Employee #1 s uffered from a sprained knee which required medical treatment. Employee #2 and Employee #3 suffered from smoke inhalation, which also required medical treatmen t. Hospitalization was not required for all three employees.
Keywords: emergency response, fire, fire brigade/department, fire fighter, high temperature, inhalation, knee, lung, respirator, respiratory, respiratory tract, scba, smoke, smoke inhalation, sprain, walking surface
Inspection Degree Nature Occupation
1 1414360.015 Non Hospitalized injury Firefighting occupations
2 1414360.015 Non Hospitalized injury Firefighting occupations
3 1414360.015 Non Hospitalized injury Firefighting occupations

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