We have subscribed to bmazanec’s channel on YouTube for a while and often find videos of St. Louis firefighters in action. Today is no different.
The video above is from 11:30 PM last night and is getting some attention. It shows firefighters and police on the scene of a vehicle fire with a person still inside. Here are details from KSDK-TV:
St. Louis police and firefighters pulled a man from a burning car overnight in south St. Louis. It’s unclear what caused the car to catch on fire near the intersection of Taft and 37th street.
Fire officials say the victim was not burned but was suffering from smoke inhalation when he was rescued around 11:30 p.m Thursday evening.
The unidentified victim was transported to a local hospital with injuries that are not considered serious. The fire remains under investigation.
Also posted is the video below of a house fire at 4101 Concordia early this morning.
Also on STATter911 …
- Early video: Firefighters rescue man from burning apartment building in Richland, Washington & some great citizen moments. – June 16, 2012
- Firefighter calls mayday while battling fire & autistic man. Both became trapped in Knoxville, TN home. – January 19, 2013
- Early video: Vacant house fire in Pittston, Pennsylvania. – September 17, 2012
- MI firefighter alone inside house fire is burned. Incident brings up questions about Benton Harbor’s public safety officer model. – March 15, 2013
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