Smoke inhalation

Seven Rushed To Hospital After Arlington Duplex FireThe trapped victim was burned on her arms and legs. She is expected to survive. The other six went to the hospital mostly with smoke inhalation.
FW Firefighters Rescue Man From Mobile HomeFort Worth Firefighters pull a man from his mobile home who had become unconscious due to smoke inhalation.
Small Fire Ignites In Haltom High School TheaterOne student has been taken to the hospital and two students were treated at the scene, all for smoke inhalation.
18 Fort Worth Families Homeless After Apartment FireFW Firefighters respond to apartment complex fire that destroys 20 Units.
Man Injured In Fort Worth Fire Thanks Heroes Who Saved HimIt was an emotional reunion between a disabled man, who had been dragged from his burning home, and the three three River Oaks police officers who saved his life. All of the men came together for the 2nd time at Harris Methodist Hospital.
Brush Fire Ignites At UNT's Discovery ParkFire crews are battling a brush fire at UNT's Discovery Park, the university's research and engineering facility.
Dallas Firefighters Battle Three-Alarm BlazeA team of up to 80 firefighters battled a three-alarm blaze in Dallas on Sunday night, which sent one man to the hospital with smoke inhalation.
New Tool Allows Firefighters To Treat Smoke Inhalation InstantlyNew medicine allows Arlington firefighters to treat smoke inhalation victims instantly. AFD has used the medicine to save three people in the past year.
Haltom City Fire Victims Identified, Cause InvestigatedA North Texas fire department has identified the adult and three children killed in a Thursday afternoon house fire.
Emergency Crews Battle Early Morning Motel FireJust a few hours before sunrise Monday, firefighters were called out to a fire at a Grand Prairie motel. The 2-alarm fire happened at the Budget Suites, along Highway 360 and Post and Paddock.
Firefighters Face Summer Weather During Four-Alarm Fire Firefighters in west Dallas battled a four-alarm fire at a recycling facility while facing summer heat and winds.
Medical Examiner Rules Dallas Hairdresser's Death An AccidentThe death of Elizabeth Lightfoot, the 22-year-old North Dallas hairdresser found dead inside her burning car on Nov. 4, has been ruled an accident instead of a homicide, according to autopsy results released Monday by the Dallas County Medical Examiner.
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