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Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation Reports

Through the Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program, NIOSH conducts investigations of fire fighter line-of-duty deaths to formulate recommendations for preventing future deaths and injuries. The program does not seek to determine fault or place blame on fire departments or individual fire fighters, but to learn from these tragic events and prevent future similar events.

Criteria Selection:
State = AR   Incident Year = ALL   Trauma-Related = All   Medical-Related = All

Report No. Incident Date Title PDF

F2012-09 Mar 19, 2012 Career fire captain killed, fire fighter and police officer injured at the scene of a motor vehicle crash - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2011-08 Jan 26, 2011 Fire fighter trainee suffers sudden cardiac death during maze training - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2010-26 Jan 26, 2010 Lieutenant suffers sudden cardiac death during structure fire operations - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2007-31 Aug 10, 2007 Volunteer lieutenant dies after falling from a bridge while attending to a motor vehicle crash - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2003-40 Feb 26, 2003 Airport fire fighter suffers sudden cardiac death at fire station - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2001-03 Dec 28, 2000 Roof collapse injures four career fire fighters at a church fire - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file
99-F46 Nov 03, 1999 Volunteer fire fighter dies after coming into contact with a downed power line - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file
99-F34 Aug 08, 1999 Recreational vehicle fire claims the life of one fire fighter and injures two other fire fighters - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file
98-F30 Oct 28, 1998 Forest Ranger II dies after receiving second- and third-degree burns operating a crawler tractor (bulldozer) while clearing vegetation during a wildland fire - Arkansas. PDF Adobe PDF file

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