Firefighter Dies After Suffering Medical Emergency During Training – Dedicated Whole Life to Public Service

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An Oregon firefighter died last week after suffering a medical emergency during training.

The Gresham Fire Department announced the death of Brandon Norbury on Facebook.

“We are saddened to share the sudden passing of IAFF Local 1062 Gresham Firefighter Brandon Norbury. Firefighter Norbury died in the Line of Duty on the morning of February 3rd during a training session,” the post said.

“While at training, Firefighter Norbury suffered a medical emergency, was treated on scene and then transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced just before noon.”

According to a report from the U.S. Fire Administration, Norbury was “performing hose evolutions. Afterwards, he was pale and told his co-workers that he didn’t feel well. A short time later, he collapsed and life-saving efforts were immediately performed.”

The Fire Administration and KPTV-TV reported that Norbury died of cardiac arrest.

The Gresham Fire Department post noted that “Norbury was a life long servant to his country and community.”

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