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Louisville – Unresponsive Man Rescued From Burning Home

Posted on Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 at 8:20 pm    

Firefighters rescued an unconscious man from inside a burning house.

The fire started at a house on Princeton Drive after 11 am Tuesday.

Firefighters believe he tried to escape the fire but was disoriented. They performed CPR on him and sent him to Hardin Memorial Hospital. Then he was transferred to the Univversity of Louisville Hospital. His condition is unknown.

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Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Louisville – Golf Coach Dead, Three Injured In Condominium Fire

Posted on Wednesday, August 7th, 2019 at 8:49 pm    

A golf coach died and three other people were injured in condominium fire.

The fire started at the Village Drive Condominiums on Wednesday morning, when a candle ignited a comforter.

75-year-old Ernie Denham, Bellarmine University’s men’s golf coach since 2003, was killed in the fire. He has served for 17 seasons and secured two conference championships. Also, he has taken three teams to the NCAA finals.

On the other hand, three others were injured in the fire. A couple who had to jump out of the second floor were treated for minor burns. Also, an elderly woman suffered from smoke inhalation and had to be hospitalized.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Louisville – Woman Sent To Hospital After House Fire

Posted on Wednesday, July 17th, 2019 at 9:44 pm    

A woman was hospitalized after a house fire.

The fire happened in a fire in North 20th Street, Wednesday night.

A woman living nearby was taken to the hospital due to smoke inhalation.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Louisville – Driver Killed, Car Burst Into Flames After Rear-End Crash

Posted on Tuesday, July 16th, 2019 at 2:07 am    

A driver was killed after a rear-end crash.

The incident happened around 5 p.m. Sunday on I-64. A vehicle was stopped after being rear-ended by another vehicle.

This caused it to burst into flames with its driver inside. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene.

Meanwhile, the other driver was taken to University Hospital for non-lethal injuries.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Louisville – Strip Mall Fire Injured Firefighter

Posted on Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 at 5:22 am    

A Louisville strip mall fire injured a firefighter in the Saint Matthews area.

The fire happened around 5 p.m. Monday. A firefighter was injured when he fell through the roof.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Louisville – Two People Under Observation After House Fire

Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 at 4:22 am    

Two people were sent to the hospital under observation after being rescued from a fire in St. Xavier Street.

Heavy smoke and fire were coming from a single-story house, but firefighters were able to extinguish it in 20 minutes.

Two people were rescued from the blaze and were sent to the hospital for observation.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Louisville – Two Injured After House Fire

Posted on Sunday, May 19th, 2019 at 11:40 am    

Two people sustained injuries after their house in Beecher Street burned.

Firefighters responded to the house fire at 8:30 p.m. and controlled it around nine in the evening. A person was rescued from a bedroom, while another was rescued from a bathroom. The two were carried to University Hospital due to their critical condition.

The cause of the fire is still being investigated, but officials believe it may have started in a bedroom in the rear.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.


Louisville – Two Firefighters, One Person Injured In Fisherville Fire

Posted on Sunday, April 14th, 2019 at 3:19 pm    

Around 6:40 a.m. Friday, two firefighters and a home occupant were injured after a fire incident in Fisherville.

In Clark Station Road, a house fire occurred. One firefighter was inside the house and became disoriented. Meanwhile, the other was injured after falling through the first floor and into the basement. Also, a person occupying the home got minor burns and smoke inhalation.

The fire started in the basement. Unfortunately, the house is a complete loss.

If someone you love suffered severe injuries or died in an accident, you may be uncertain of where to look for help. The Lexington injury lawyers of Hare Wynn have helped many people through the process of fighting for the compensation they need, and are ready to be your champions as well. Contact us at (859) 279-0561 to speak with an attorney today.

Note: Hare Wynn has experience handling many types of accident cases, many of which we report on through this blog. You never get used to hearing about the consequences of serious injuries and our thoughts are with the victims and their families. These postings are put together using available information sourced from recent news articles. As more information is uncovered, sources are often updated. Should information within our posting be outdated or untrue, please contact us so that we may update our posting.

Disclaimer: Serious injuries and fatalities are sensitive topics. The goal of this posting is to improve general awareness of catastrophic accidents and injuries so fewer families have to suffer through their consequences. Hopefully, our blog gives readers knowledge they can use to avoid being injured in a serious accident. Content on our blog is not legal advice.

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