NH firefighter dies following ice rescue training

Sandown Firefighter Harold Frey, 46, had joined the department just a few months ago


By FireRescue1 Staff

SANDOWN, N.H. — A New Hampshire firefighter died Sunday during ice rescue training.

Sandown Firefighter Harold Frey, 46, had just emerged from training in icy water when he complained of shortness of breath, according to The Boston Globe.

Firefighter Frey, who joined the department just a few months ago, collapsed soon after and was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.

"He was a new firefighter here but he'll be sorely missed," Deputy State Fire Marshal Rob Farley said.

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