Update: Two Fort Worth, TX, Firefighters Remain Hospitalized

Feb. 8, 2024
Capt. Daniel Terrell suffered life-threatening injuries while Firefighter Clint Robinson sustained critical injuries.
Two of the Fort Worth firefighters injured when their engine rolled while they were responding to a fire Tuesday remain hospitalized.
After consulting the families, department officials announced the names of the injured firefighters Wednesday night. 
Capt. Daniel Terrell, 46, sustained life-threatening injuries after being ejected from the rig. He remains in the intensive care unit. The 18-year veteran was flown to the trauma center. 
The engine driver, Firefighter Clint Robinson, 42, underwent surgery Wednesday afternoon and is still receiving treatment. He also has been with the department for 18 years.
Engineer Matthew Schneider, 42,  who has been with the department for 22 years, suffered minor injuries. He was released after treatment.
Firefighter Devin Kuhn, 33,  who has been with the department just shy of five years, also was released after treatment of minor injuries. 
The cause of the crash remains under investigation. 
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