This episode is Part 2 of a two-part interview with Twinsburg (Ohio) Fire-Medic Jim Woolf.
Length: 44 minutes
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On March 20, 2003, Twinsburg Firefighter-Paramedic Jim Woolf responded on Engine 4 to a reported electrical fire in an apartment building under construction. The fire was reported to have been extinguished by workers on-site. On arrival there was nothing showing and the crews went to the second floor to investigate. What happened next was entirely unexpected and, as Jim stated, could have easily killed him.
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