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    FF Dies Of Heart Attack

    Patrick J. Cramer, 51, career firefighter, Chicago Fire Department, died November 15, 2004, when he suffered a heart attack after responding to numerous calls during an overtime shift

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    A profile of Pat Cramer
    by Bob McParland, District #218

    Patrick J. Cramer, 5l, a long-time member of the District 218 staff, died suddenly in mid-November. He had worked at Eisenhower and Richards high schools as a substitute teacher for more than 15 years.


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    Cramer, Patrick J.

    Age: 51
    Cause of Death: Stress/Overexertion
    Rank: Firefighter
    Nature of Death: Heart Attack
    Classification: Career
    Emergency Duty: Yes

    Incident Date: 11/15/2004
    Duty Type: After
    Incident Time: 21:20
    Activity Type: Other
    Death Date: 11/15/2004
    Fixed Prop. Use: Public Assembly

    Fire Dept. Info:
    Chicago Fire Department
    10 West 35th Street
    14th Floor
    Chicago , Illinois 60616
    Chief: Deputy Commissioner William T. Donohue

    Final Summary:
    Firefighter Cramer worked an overtime shift from 1000hrs on November 14, 2004 through 0800hrs on November 15, 2004. During the shift, Firefighter Cramer responded to 8 emergency incidents, including a working structural fire. At approximately 2120hrs on November 15, 2004, Firefighter Cramer was playing basketball with friends at a local high school gym. He suddenly collapsed of an apparent heart attack. Friends called 911, and fire department paramedics responded. Firefighter Cramer was transported to the hospital but did not recover.

    http://www.usfa.fema.gov/application...eath_year=2004

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