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Edward J. Frenenski, 31 - Stanhope, NJ
Name: Edward J. Frenenski Rank: Firefighter Age: 31 Gender: Male Status: Volunteer Years of Service: 12 Date of Incident: 10/23/2017 Time of Incident: 2021hrs Date of Death: 10/23/2017 Fire Department: Stanhope Hose Company 1 Address: 26 Main St., Stanhope, NJ 07874 Fire Department Chief: Mitchell Ellicott Incident Description: Firefighter Edward J. Frenenski was participating in vehicle extrication training during a fire department drill at the county fire training academy. While performing a practical evolution, he suffered an apparent seizure, and was immediately treated by FD and EMS personnel on scene. He subsequently went into cardiac arrest while being transported to a local hospital, and CPR was initiated. Hospital emergency room staff continued with life-saving measures to no avail. Firefighter Frenenski, a life-saving organ donor at the time of his passing, was pronounced deceased approximately 2.5 hours later. Incident Location: 26 Main St., Stanhope, NJ 07874
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