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FIRE FIGHTER FATALITY INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTION PROGRAM

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 = CT   Incident Year = ALL   Trauma-Related = All   Medical-Related = All


Report No. Incident Date Title PDF

F2010-18 Jul 24, 2010 A career lieutenant and a career fire fighter found unresponsive at a residential structure fire - Connecticut. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2007-17 May 19, 2007 A career captain dies and a fire fighter/driver is seriously injured when two fire trucks collide at an intersection - Connecticut. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2004-38 Mar 13, 2004 Probationary fire fighter suffers sudden cardiac death during maze drill - Connecticut. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2004-20 Dec 25, 2003 Assistant chief dies after suffering aortic dissection during a fire alarm response - Connecticut. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2004-07 Nov 18, 2002 Fire chief dies after performing service call - Connecticut. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2003-08 Nov 12, 2002 Sudden cardiac death due to myocardial sarcoidosis claims the life of an on-duty fire fighter - Connecticut. PDF Adobe PDF file
F2001-14 Feb 18, 2001 Fire fighter dies after returning from mutual-aid fire call - Connecticut. PDF Adobe PDF file
99-F18 Mar 17, 1999 Fire fighter dies at the scene of a small fire in an apartment building - Connecticut. PDF Adobe PDF file

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