Photo of the Week: Back at station after burns


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This week's Photo of the Week comes from the Charlestown Fire Company, Station 5 in Maryland, showing three firefighters who suffered burns in a trailer fire earlier this month back at the station to be fitted for new turnout gear. 

Charlestown volunteer Firefighters Ryan Jenkins, Danny Miller and Jordan Heverin have all been released from the hospital and are continuing their recovery at home after being injured in the blaze on Feb. 10. Miller was the last to be released, returning home last Friday after nine days in the burn center, according to Cecil Daily. North East Volunteer Fire Company Firefighter/EMT Koty Wright was also injured in the blaze and is credited with helping save the three other men. 

"All three brothers in the station to be fitted for new turn out gear today," Station 5 posted on Facebook Thursday. 

(From left to right) Charlestown Volunteer Fire Company Firefighters Ryan Jenkins, Danny Miller and Jordan Heverin returned to the fire station to be fitted for new gear on Thursday after being burned in a trailer fire earlier this month.
(From left to right) Charlestown Volunteer Fire Company Firefighters Ryan Jenkins, Danny Miller and Jordan Heverin returned to the fire station to be fitted for new gear on Thursday after being burned in a trailer fire earlier this month. (Photo/Charlestown Fire Company, Station 5)
 

Bringing Danny out for the ride home

Posted by Charlestown Fire Company, Station 5 on Friday, February 19, 2021

 

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