Helmet-cam: House fire with firefighter receiving electric shock in Colwyn, PA.

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Helmet-cam video from OneNineTruck as Rescue 19 from the Lansdowne Fire Company arrives at a December 30 house fire in Colwyn, Pennsylvania (Delaware County). As the firefighter walks up a firefighter who received an electric shock is brought out and an order comes to evacuate the home. A second firefighter suffered smoke inhalation.

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Helmet-cam video from OneNineTruck. Here is the other one from New Year’s Day.

WPVI-TV:

Two firefighters were injured, one through electric shock, while fighting a fire in Colwyn, Delaware County Sunday night. 

The blaze broke out around 6:40 p.m. at a home on the 200 block of Walnut Street.

Officials say a Darby firefighter was shocked by an electrical wire, but will be okay.

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