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Dale Clinton “Clint” Hardemon, 58 - West Blocton, AL
Name: Dale Clinton “Clint” Hardemon Rank: Lieutenant Age: 58 Gender: Male Status: Volunteer Years of Service: 5 Date of Incident: 08/13/2017 Time of Incident: 0818hrs Date of Death: 08/13/2017 Fire Department: West Blocton Fire Department Address: 1139 Main Street, West Blocton, AL 35184 Fire Department Chief: Joe McCool Incident Description: Lieutenant Dale Clinton “Clint” Hardemon responded with the West Blocton Fire Department to a structure fire at 0818hrs on the morning of August 13, 2017. While on scene at the structure fire, Lieutenant Hardemon operated the fire pump on the fire apparatus and also maneuvered fire hose around the structure and apparatus. Fire department units returned to service at 1120hrs. Hardemon then drove the apparatus back to the station with no problems noted. Later that afternoon at approximately 1410hrs, Lieutenant Hardemon was at the fire station with Fire Chief Joe McCool looking at one of the fire department boats. Lieutenant Hardemon told the chief that he was feeling lightheaded and then fell to the ground unresponsive. Fire Chief McCool immediately began medical care and called 911. McCool initiated CPR and placed Lieutenant Hardemon on the AED; 2 shocks were administered before the arrival of the ALS unit. Lieutenant Hardemon was taken by ambulance to Bibb Medical Center, and then airlifted to DCH Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased that evening from a heart attack.
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