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MedStar Paramedics Treat Pediatric Smoke Inhalation

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A MedStar Mobile Healthcare crew in Fort Worth, Texas, receives a patient from Fort Worth Fire Department (FWFD) firefighters at the scene of a residential structure fire and move the child—with oxygen started—to the safety of a nearby ambulance. Two children and an adult were rescued from the structure by FWFD personnel and treated for burns, trauma and smoke inhalation by MedStar paramedics. All three patients were transported to area hospitals with serious injuries.

 

 

 

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