A Wisconsin firefighter was shot after heat from a burning building discharges loaded firearm inside, the fire department says

A Wisconsin pompiere is in critical condition Tuesday after a loaded firearm inside a burning building discharged and struck him, secondo i vigili del fuoco.

Justin Frederickson, un pompiere with the Cornell Area Fire Department, was operating on a hose line outside of a fire in the Township of Willard last week when a loaded firearm inside the burning building suddenly discharged. The bullet traveled through the wall of the building and hit him in the abdomen, Fire Chief Dennis Klass ha detto in un comunicato stampa.
The loaded firearm discharged due to heat conditions caused by the fire, not by the intentional actions of a person,” Klass said.
Frederickson was transported to a nearby hospital, then airlifted to Mayo Hospital in Eau Claire, secondo il comunicato. He underwent two surgeries and has third scheduled.
    As of Thursday, Frederickson is still listed in critical condition, Cornell Area Fire Department assistant chief Matt Boulding told CNN.
    Please keep Justin’s fiancée, la sua famiglia, and the Cornell and Sheldon Fire Department’s in your prayers,” Klass said.

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