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Firefighter injured at fire on 33rd Street

From WTVR:

A Richmond firefighter was hurt while fighting a fire at a home located in the 1100 block of North 33rd Street in Richmond.

The firefighter sustained injuries after falling through the second floor of the home, according to Richmond Fire spokesman Lt. Chris Armstrong.

Officials say the firefighter is conscious and breathing. He was take to Chippenham Hospital as a precaution.

PHOTO 1122 N. 33rd Street (July 2014) via Google

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Chris
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Chippenham? VCU on diversion?

Samuel Hudson Baker
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Samuel Hudson Baker

Im glad to hear he was ok. But its interesting that Chippenham. With one hospital blocks away and MCV just out of the neighborhood. Does this mean its a better place?

Emily Klinedinst
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Emily Klinedinst

Glad he’ll be all right.

Katherine Jester
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Katherine Jester

Two hospitals! MCV, even. Goodness. Sounds like he got lucky

Liz
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VCU doesn’t divert trauma and they have the only verified burn center in the state. Maybe he requested Chippenham? And no, it certainly doesn’t mean Chippenham is better.

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Liz, what makes you think it was a trauma and that he was burned? Do tell.