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CA Firefighter Rescued by Colleagues After Refrigerator Falls on Him During House Fire



A firefighter was hurt after a refrigerator fell on top of him in a burning house in Oildale (CA) Saturday morning, but he was quickly saved by his crew...


It all started just before 8 a.m. the crew at Station 63 was called out to a vacant house going up in flames on Washington Avenue. [Firefighter Devin] Lawrence ran into the burning building with the hose, and as he turned a smokey blind corner in the kitchen, he suddenly found himself trapped...


City crews immediately called out the emergency, and his fellow firefighters rescued him...


He was treated on the scene for minor injuries and then immediately wanted to return to duty to help mop up. His captain says this situation is exactly why they train together so often.

Read the full story HERE.

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