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ALEXANDER SR, James F.

On April 27, 1971, Firefighter James F. Alexander Sr, complained that he wasn't feeling well and decided to lie down in the bunk room of the Phillips Army Airfield crash station. Fellow firefighters found him unresponsive in his bunk and administered CPR ...

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ARMSTRONG, Marion "Bill"

Firefighter Marion "Bill" Armstrong was in his private vehicle when a call came in for a house fire in his area. He responded to the scene, arriving first, and assisted a man out of the house. Firefighter Armstrong then went back in the dwelling and dragg ...

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CLARK, Charles W.

March 8, 1958 Chief Charles W. Clark suffered a fatal heart attack while investigating a barracks fire. Chief Charles W. Clark was 50 years old and had served 16 years.

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CORNES, Calvin

On Sunday,September 21,1986 former Chief Calvin L.Cornes, age 72, was on duty at the firehouse and was cleaning up the fire hall. He left the second floor by way of the outside fire escape, lost his balance,fell down twenty-one metal steps, and suffered f ...

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CRAGO, Roy K.

On December 8,1999, Pump Operator Crago was operating Engine 1312 and responding on an emergency when he suffered cardiac arrest and was transported to the hospital. He died 2 days later on December 10,1999

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CURLETT JR, George

October 3, 1966 Driver/Operator George Curlett Jr responded to an airplane crash on Aberdeen Proving Grounds. He was found slumped over behind the steering wheel of the fire engine at the crash scene. All efforts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful. Driv ...

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HICKS, Thomas E.

On Sunday evening December 16,1990, Firefighter/EMT Thomas E. Hicks, while responding to a cardiac emergency, was critically injured when the fire engine on which he was riding collided with a car, rolled over, and entrapped him. Firefighter/EMT Hicks die ...

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HOPKINS JR, Harry E.

Firefighter Harry E. Hopkins, Jr. was working inside the Bel Air fire station when he collapsed, having suffered sudden cardiac arrest. Resuscitation attempts were started immediately by fire department personnel and Firefighter Hopkins was transported to ...

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STECIAK, Eric P.

Paramedic Erik P. Steciak was on the scene of a motor vehicle accident with injury at 310 Patterson Mill Road, Bel Air, (Harford County), MD. Paramedic Steciak requested assistance with additional equipment to reach a vehicle which was located down an emb ...

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WEEKS, Thomas

The area was being hit with heavy rain storms. Firefighter Thomas Weeks was responding to the firehouse for an emergency call in Webster Village, when his vehicle collided head on with another vehicle on Rt.161. Firefighter Weeks was transported to Harfor ...

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