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Fire causes partial evacuation at Michigan Hospital

Hospital Safety Insider, February 20, 2014

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Patients are back in their rooms after a fire at Gerber Memorial Hospital in Fremont, Mich

According WZZM-TV, the fire was reported around 4 a.m. Wednesday at the Spectrum Health facility near downtown Fremont. About 19 patients were evacuated from the hospital's third floor.
 
Firefighters reported heavy smoke from a mechanical fire in an elevator shaft. They were able to put out the fire in less than 45 minutes.

 



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