Lynbrook Fire Department saves man from burning home | #ESC_LLC #FireFighters #Fire #Hero | Without the protection of a hose line, and in heavy smoke, Bien and Merkel located an unconscious man in the basement. Working together, the chiefs and Truck Company members were able to remove the victim and pass them to the care of Medical Company personnel (liherald). https://wp.me/p97JNV-1se
EMT and former Captain Janice Germain immediately began CPR with the assistance of EMT and Captain Kaitlin Curran and EMT and Lieutenant Kacie Curran. The man was transported to Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital in Oceanside by Lynbrook’s ambulance with the assistance of Northwell Health paramedics.
Unless you’ve been in the position of a firefighter, it’s nigh to impossible to understand the stressors involved. The men and women who fight fires, especially those who risked life and limb by going into this burning home to rescue someone they don’t even know, earn the title of ‘Hero’s’ as far as I’m concerned,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio. “A good outcome is not always the case, but when it is, you know that without the brave men and women of a community’s fire service it could never have taken place.”