New Haven, CT (June 5, 2019) – On June 5, just after 12:20 a.m., over 60 firefighters responded to the scene of a major house fire on Elm Street.
Crews arrived to the location to find the second floor and rear of the home showing heavy fire. Shortly upon arriving, the rear stairs of the home began burning as the fire spread to the third floor. As the fire spread to the home next door, crews worked to extinguish the fire and eliminate the possibility of interior damage to the second home.
As crews worked to battle the blaze, three firefighters sustained burns and other injuries and had to be transported to an area hospital for medical treatment. One person inside the home was also transported to a local hospital due to smoke inhalation.
At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
Our thoughts and prayers are with those injured in this incident.
Burn Injuries In Connecticut
Every year, more than 70,000 firefighters are dispatched to battle blazes across our state. Unfortunately, there are countless instances in which firefighters are injured on the job. Suffering a burn injury is one of the most devastating injuries a person can deal with. These injuries cause excruciating pain and require hospitalization and extensive medical treatment during recovery. In some cases, victims are forced to spend weeks or even months in burn units while they heal. When victims are injured on the job in fires, it is crucial for them to contact a Connecticut personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
For over twenty-five years, the Law Offices of Paul Levin's Connecticut burn injury attorneys have helped countless victims get the compensation they need to cover medical treatment, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages incurred from their injuries. Our team of experienced attorneys is dedicated to fighting on behalf of those harmed to ensure they are able to recover without worry. Contact our law firm today at (860) 322-5302 to see how we can help with you case.
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Disclaimer: As active members in our local and statewide communities, we are saddened by these accidents and our hearts go out to the friends, family, and victims affected by them. Our intent in these posts is to raise awareness in our community of the dangers involved in these activities and to hopefully prevent future injuries. This information should not be misconstrued as legal advice, and you should always speak with an experienced legal professional about your case.
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