Firefighters Plague

August 19, 2011 by staff 

Firefighters PlagueFirefighters Plague, Four firefighters in Waterbury Connecticut are currently being tested for bubonic plague.

A fire crew was called to investigate an abandoned house. The crew of Engine 2 returned to the station when it started to itch all over. They found her body and her plane was completely covered with fleas in the house turned out to be completely infested with fleas.

We proceeded to the hospital where it was deleted by testing and treating thousands of bites. The truck was decommissioned.

Bubonic plague is a bacterial disease of rodents that can spread to humans and other animals by infected fleas.

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