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Dreams and nightmares: Station Nightclub burn survivor recalls days following historic fire

By Fred Durso, Jr. If you haven’t read the first installment of Rob Feeney’s experience during The Station Nightclub fire in 2003, please do. It’s a well-written, albeit horrific, account of the night that turned Feeney into an advocate for fire sprinklers. In this latest installment, Feeney recalls what he experienced–or thought he experienced–immediately afterwards as the truth about his fiancé, also at The Station the night of the fire, unfolds: I don’t remember if I lost consciousness on the way to the hospital or if I was given something to knock me out. I do know I was intubated and placed in a…

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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