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William F. Gerace, Gibbsboro, NJ
Name: William F. Gerace Rank: Firefighter Age: 54 Gender: Male Status: Volunteer Years of Service: 9 Date of Incident: 04/10/2017 Time of Incident: 1930hrs Date of Death: 04/28/2017 Fire Department: Gibbsboro Fire Company No. 1 Inc. Address: 131 Hilliards Road, Gibbsboro, NJ 08026 Fire Department Chief: George Haaf Incident Description: On April 10, as he was advancing hose line during mandatory live burn training, Firefighter William Gerace suffered a spiral fracture to his right fibula. On April 28, Firefighter Gerace's spouse contacted 911 from Gerace's residence as he was showing signs of severe respiratory difficulty. Upon the arrival of emergency responders, Firefighter Gerace stopped breathing and went into cardiac arrest. He was immediately transported to a local hospital with EMS performing CPR. CPR was continued at the hospital and, after approximately 20 minutes, doctors pronounced him deceased. Autopsy results showed that he suffered a pulmonary embolism, which was directly attributed to being a complication of his initial leg fracture and recovery process. Incident Location: Camden County Regional Emergency Training Center, 410 S Woodbury Turnersville Rd, Blackwood, NJ 08012
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