Farmington Firefighter Headed Home From Rehab Center
FARMINGTON, Maine - The last of the firefighters to be released from the hospital after a deadly building explosion in Farmington, Maine, is about to be headed home. Officials say Capt. Scott Baxter will leave a rehabilitation center in Portland on Tuesday and he'll be joined by a firefighter escort along the way home to Farmington. The other five injured firefighters are already home with their families.
One firefighter, 68-year-old Capt. Michael Bell, was killed when a propane leak led to a massive explosion at the LEAP Inc. building in Farmington.
One person remains hospitalized. The building supervisor, Larry Lord, suffered serious injuries and is in serious condition at a hospital in Boston.