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USFA Offers Tips to Prevent CO Poisoning The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) is urging residents to be safe as cold weather blankets the United States, including areas recently impacted by Hurricane Sandy.  Carbon monoxide (CO) is a serious threat in...


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CAPTAIN DAVID M. MOWBRAY, 52, of the North Kingstown, RI, Fire Department died on Nov. 24. On Feb. 5, Mowbray was injured at the scene of an emergency medical call.

PARAMEDIC CHRIS STAGGS, 35, of STAT Paramedic L.C. died on Nov. 24. Staggs suffered a medical emergency while driving an ambulance, which then struck several fences and homes before stopping. He was extricated from the ambulance and transported to Williamson Memorial Hospital, where he died.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN ERIC S. MONTY, 45, of Champlain EMS in Champlain, NY, died on Nov. 27. Monty was the driver of an ambulance transporting a patient to a hospital died when he suffered an apparent heart attack and lost control of the vehicle. Monty was pronounced dead at the scene. Two other EMTs and the patient were injured and transported to the hospital.

FIREFIGHTER TIMOTHY P. JANSEN, 45, of the Santa Fe Township Volunteer Fire Department located in Bartelso, IL, died December 2.  Jansen was on the first apparatus to arrive at the scene of a working structure and began pulling a hose line.  Jansen apparently slipped or fell under the apparatus as it was being moved.  The apparatus ran over Jansen.  He was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital in Breese, where he was pronounced dead.  Jansen was a 15 year veteran of the department. 

—Jay K. Bradish