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Summary Incident Report

Report dates:
Dec 20, 2004 to Apr 5, 2018
Number of on-duty firefighter fatalities:
3
Count of Hometown Heroes:
1
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No filters were applied.

Firefighter classifications

100%
3 Career
Number of multiple firefighter fatality incidents: 0
Number of firefighter fatalities associated with wildland incidents: 0

Type of duty

33.3%
1 On-Scene Fire
33.3%
1 After
33.3%
1 Other On-Duty
Percent of fatalities related to emergency duty: 33.3%
Number of firefighter fatalities associated with suspicious/incendiary incidents: 0

Type of incident

66.7%
2 Not Incident-Related
33.3%
1 Structure Fire

Cause of fatal injury

66.7%
2 Stress/Overexertion
33.3%
1 Caught or Trapped

Nature of fatal injury

66.7%
2 Heart Attack
33.3%
1 Asphyxiation

Age of firefighter when the fatal injury was sustained

0%
0 (Under 21)
33.3%
1 (21 to 25)
0%
0 (26 to 30)
0%
0 (31 to 40)
33.3%
1 (41 to 50)
0%
0 (51 to 60)
33.3%
1 (61 and Over)
0%
0 (Unknown)
Percent of firefighter fatalities age 40 and under: 33.3%

Type of activity

33.3%
1 Advance Hose Lines/Fire Attack (includes Wildland)
33.3%
1 Other
33.3%
1 Not On Scene

Time of fatal injury

0%
0 01:00-02:59
0%
0 03:00-04:59
0%
0 05:00-06:59
0%
0 07:00-08:59
0%
0 09:00-10:59
0%
0 11:00-12:59
0%
0 13:00-14:59
66.7%
2 15:00-16:59
33.3%
1 17:00-18:59
0%
0 19:00-20:59
0%
0 21:00-22:59
0%
0 23:00-00:59
0%
0 Unknown

Month of the year

33.3%
1 December
33.3%
1 July
33.3%
1 April

Firefighter fatalities by state by location of fire service organization

100%
3 Texas