Pa. fire chief rescued after falling through floor
Chief Mike Snyder fell through a third-floor stairway, crashing down two levels
By FireRescue1 Staff
KULPMONT, Pa. — A fire chief was rescued after falling through a floor Sunday morning.
WNEP reported that the fire started on the top floor of a double block home and later jumped next door. Chief Mike Snyder fell through a third-floor stairway, crashing down two levels. Fellow firefighters helped him to safety.
Chief Snyder, who initially declined treatment, went to the hospital Sunday. He is expected to be OK.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Fire Started at 909 Scott St. in Kulpmont and worked it's way over to the Next House 913 in this videoPosted by Northumberland County's Fire & Rescue Departments Firewire on Sunday, April 2, 2017