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Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and
Prevention Program

Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation Reports

Through the Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program, NIOSH conducts investigations of fire fighter line-of-duty deaths to formulate recommendations for preventing future deaths and injuries. The program does not seek to determine fault or place blame on fire departments or individual fire fighters, but to learn from these tragic events and prevent future similar events.

Criteria Selection:
State = NJ   Incident Year = ALL   Trauma-Related = All   Medical-Related = All

 
Report No. Incident Date Title PDF
 

F2005-30 May 31, 2005 Fire fighter suffers sudden cardiac death during physical fitness training - New Jersey This document in PDF format.
F2004-45 Feb 04, 2004 Fire fighter suffers sudden cardiac death after repacking a hose load on a fire engine - New Jersey This document in PDF format.
F2003-16 Feb 23, 2003 Volunteer fire police captain dies from injury-related complications after being struck by motor vehicle while directing traffic - New Jersey This document in PDF format.
F2002-32 Jul 04, 2002 Structural collapse at residential fire claims lives of two volunteer fire chiefs and one career fire fighter - New Jersey This document in PDF format.
F2001-18 May 09, 2001 Career fire fighter dies after becoming trapped by fire in apartment building - New Jersey This document in PDF format.
F2000-45 Jun 23, 2000 Fire fighter suffers a heart attack after expressing symptoms while on duty - New Jersey This document in PDF format.
F2000-31 Nov 16, 1999 Fire fighter collapses at the fire house and subsequently dies due to heart arrhythmia secondary to myocardial sarcoidosis - New Jersey This document in PDF format.
99-F31 Jun 04, 1999 Fire fighter dies in the fire station during the night - New Jersey This document in PDF format.
99-F30 Dec 12, 1998 Assistant chief dies as a result of a cardiorespiratory arrest at the scene of a search and rescue operation - New Jersey This document in PDF format.

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Program Information
  Program Description
  Public Meeting Docket
  Future Directions
  Inspector General's Program Review
  IAFC's Program Review
  Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program Evaluation
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FFFIPP Contact


Tim Merinar, MS
Fatality Investigations Team

 
Division of Safety Research,
NIOSH
 
trm2@cdc.gov

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