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Joel Barnes, 32 - Berwick, Maine
3/1/2019
Joel Barnes Captain Berwick Fire Department Berwick, Maine Age: 32 Gender: Male Status: Career Years of Service: Pending Date of Incident: March 1, 2019 Date of Death: March 1, 2019 Captain Joel Barnes was one of five firefighters who went into a three-story apartment building to fight a four-alarm fire. While inside the structure, conditions rapidly worsened. Three of the firefighters were able to escape. Barnes and one other firefighter became trapped in a room of a third-floor apartment. While waiting to be rescued, Barnes reportedly used his body to shield the other firefighter from the intense fire. Upon rescue, Barnes was unresponsive, and EMTs and other colleagues immediately performed life-saving measures on him. Barnes was then transported to Wentworth-Douglass Hospital where he was pronounced deceased from the injuries he sustained. The four other firefighters were treated and released by Wentworth-Douglass Hospital.
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