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(Thanks to a bunch of STATter911.com readers in Delaware for the alert on this one.)
This is a brief helmet-cam video from Assistant Chief Robin Andino of CamdenWyomingFire taken at a collapse at a Hartly, Delaware house fire yesterday afternoon. According to news reports, the collapse left two firefighters briefly trapped.
Hartly firefighters found heavy fire in the 2-story home and were helped by several neighboring fire companies. Two firefighters were injured when they were trapped inside the home when part of the house collapsed – a third firefighter was also injured. It took nearly 2 hours to bring the blaze under control.
While fighting the blaze, two firefighters became trapped inside when a portion of the structure collapsed; they were rescued by additional firefighters on scene, Bullock said. A third firefighter also was injured during the operation. All three were taken to Bayhealth-Kent General Hospital by on-scene medical personnel and were treated for minor injuries.