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A City of Naples Fire Department official, center, walks past the entrance of the Naples Bay Resort in Naples on Thursday following an electrical fire earlier in the morning that sent one contractor to the hospital with second degree burns. According to fire officials, the fire department responded to an alarm at 8:44 a.m. on Thursday morning at the Naples Bay Resort. After a contractor with Vanguard Electric pulled an electric meter from its box, a large electrical flash fire erupted -  fueled by stored items in room, said City of Naples Fire Department  Battalion Chief Mike Nichols. The contractor suffered second degree burns on his right arm and face and was transported to Naples Community Hospital for treatment, Nichols said. As of 11:30 a.m., fire officials were still investigating the scene.

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Tristan Spinski/Staff A City of Naples Fire Department official, center, walks past the entrance of the Naples Bay Resort in Naples on Thursday following an electrical fire earlier in the morning that sent one contractor to the hospital with second degree burns. According to fire officials, the fire department responded to an alarm at 8:44 a.m. on Thursday morning at the Naples Bay Resort. After a contractor with Vanguard Electric pulled an electric meter from its box, a large electrical flash fire erupted - fueled by stored items in room, said City of Naples Fire Department Battalion Chief Mike Nichols. The contractor suffered second degree burns on his right arm and face and was transported to Naples Community Hospital for treatment, Nichols said. As of 11:30 a.m., fire officials were still investigating the scene.

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A City of Naples Fire Department official, center, walks past the entrance of the Naples Bay Resort in Naples on Thursday following an electrical fire earlier in the morning that sent one contractor to the hospital with second degree burns. According to fire officials, the fire department responded to an alarm at 8:44 a.m. on Thursday morning at the Naples Bay Resort. After a contractor with Vanguard Electric pulled an electric meter from its box, a large electrical flash fire erupted -  fueled by stored items in room, said City of Naples Fire Department  Battalion Chief Mike Nichols. The contractor suffered second degree burns on his right arm and face and was transported to Naples Community Hospital for treatment, Nichols said. As of 11:30 a.m., fire officials were still investigating the scene.
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Lt. Paul Massey, center, with the City of Naples Fire Department and first on the scene with his partner, firefighter Adam Nash, not pictured, works the scene of a fire at the Naples Bay Resort in Naples on Thursday that sent one contractor to the hospital with second degree burns. According to fire officials, the fire department responded to an alarm at 8:44 a.m. on Thursday morning at the Naples Bay Resort. After a contractor with Vanguard Electric pulled an electric meter from its box, a large electrical flash fire erupted -  fueled by stored items in room, said City of Naples Fire Department  Battalion Chief Mike Nichols. The contractor suffered second degree burns on his right arm and face and was transported to Naples Community Hospital for treatment, Nichols said. As of 11:30 a.m., fire officials were still investigating the scene.
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City of Naples Fire Department Battalion Chief Mike Nichols, left, and Lt. Paul Massey, center, work the scene of a fire at the Naples Bay Resort in Naples on Thursday that sent one contractor to the hospital with second degree burns. According to fire officials, the fire department responded to an alarm at 8:44 a.m. on Thursday morning at the Naples Bay Resort. After a contractor with Vanguard Electric pulled an electric meter from its box, a large electrical flash fire erupted -  fueled by stored items in room, said City of Naples Fire Department  Battalion Chief Mike Nichols. The contractor suffered second degree burns on his right arm and face and was transported to Naples Community Hospital for treatment, Nichols said. As of 11:30 a.m., fire officials were still investigating the scene.
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According to City of Naples Fire Department officials, the fire department responded to an alarm at 8:44 a.m. on Thursday morning at the Naples Bay Resort. After a contractor with Vanguard Electric pulled an electric meter from its box, a large electrical flash fire erupted -  fueled by stored items in room, said City of Naples Fire Department  Battalion Chief Mike Nichols. The contractor suffered second degree burns on his right arm and face and was transported to Naples Community Hospital for treatment, Nichols said. As of 11:30 a.m., fire officials were still investigating the scene.
  • Tristan Spinski/Staff
Lt. Paul Massey, center, with the City of Naples Fire Department and first on the scene with his partner, firefighter Adam Nash, not pictured, works the scene of a fire at the Naples Bay Resort in Naples on Thursday that sent one contractor to the hospital with second degree burns. According to fire officials, the fire department responded to an alarm at 8:44 a.m. on Thursday morning at the Naples Bay Resort. After a contractor with Vanguard Electric pulled an electric meter from its box, a large electrical flash fire erupted -  fueled by stored items in room, said City of Naples Fire Department  Battalion Chief Mike Nichols. The contractor suffered second degree burns on his right arm and face and was transported to Naples Community Hospital for treatment, Nichols said. As of 11:30 a.m., fire officials were still investigating the scene.

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