Fire man is burned alive in his yard

Fire man is burned alive in his yard

About 10:20 a.m. on Tuesday, October 10, in one of the apartments, located on the second floor of a residential building in Queens, a fire broke out. Two men were there.

In a few minutes from the building, located on 66th Avenue, the area of Forest Hills, ran the man, fully engulfed in flames.

Fire man is burned alive in his yard

To it rushed to the aid of a neighbor who has splashed out on the water. But it did not save the situation: a man burned alive. The deceased’s name was Ramon Rahim, he was 59 years old.

The second man, who was trying to get out of the burning apartment, was his 30-year-old nephew , Emilio Campbell. He ran to the window, threw to the ground the mattress and jumped on him down.

He was taken to medical center New York Hospital Queens, and later moved to New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

Doctors announced that Campbell is in critical condition, suffering from burns to the face and hands, and injuries sustained in the fall.

A few minutes later after the fire, the scene left twelve fire brigades, consisting of more than 60 employees.

When some of them climbed to the second floor, they found that the fire had almost died down, so quickly did it. Damage caused to the apartment, was small.

Hardest hit were the bed, which, apparently, lay Rahim. She’s standing right at the front door to the apartment. Smoke detector in room was not working.

The cause of the fire is still unknown, but there is speculation that the fire occurred due to outstanding cigarettes.

A guess based on the words of Valerie Ginesin, neighbor Raheem, claiming that he was a heavy smoker. But at the same time, she said that Ramon always went out into the yardto smoke.

1 patient found in courtyard, 1 patient had jumped out the rear window -the#FDNY Dep Chief Kubler QNS regarding the fatal fire, 111-29 66 Ave

— FDNY (@FDNY) October 10, 2017

«One man was discovered in the yard, the second he jumped out the back window. This was reported the Deputy head of the Fire Department of new York Kubler «.