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Firefighter Taken to Hospital After Fighting Seneca Falls Fire

Firefighter Taken to Hospital After Fighting Seneca Falls Fire

Firefighter Taken to Hospital After Fighting Seneca Falls Fire

A firefighter from Geneva had to be airlifted to the hospital on Monday night. He was taken to the hospital after suffering from a heart issue while fighting a house fire in Seneca County. This information comes from volunteer firefighters.

Firefighters were taking on a blaze outside of the home located at 31 Moore Street in Border City. While doing so, the firefighter started having heart problems. This information came from the firefighters who keep the public notified through their Facebook page.

A Mercy Flight took the firefighter to Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester. At this time, his condition is not known.

It has also been reported that two people who lived in the home escaped and had minor injuries.

It appears the fire started from a gas leak issue.

If you’ve been seriously injured in a fire that was caused by negligence or recklessness on the part of another person or entity, you could seek compensation for your injuries by filing a personal injury claim. If you’ve been hurt in a fire in New York, contact Frekhtman & Associates at (212) 222-1111 for help with your claim.

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