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NARRAGANSETTâ€“A Narragansett man died Monday morning after a fire engulfed the inside of his home at 45 Durkin Drive. David W. Jordan, a 57 year-old lobsterman, was said to be trapped inside of his one floor ranch home.
Narragansett Fire Chief Jim Cotter said that a relative called Jordanâ€™s house but received no answer. The relative then went to Jordanâ€™s home and after seeing flames, called 911.
Upon entering the home, Police Sgt. Brian Routhier was halted by thick smoke. When fire officials arrived they noted that the fire alarm was sounding, yet Jordan did not respond. No damage was visible to the exterior of the house.
Narragansett Engine 2 arrived shortly thereafter and found Jordan lying unconscious in his bedroom. CPR was administered on-site and then Jordan was transported to the South County Hospital emergency room. He was later pronounced dead.
Jordan, a Narragansett lobsterman, had multiple sclerosis and neighbors said that he frequently used a walker.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.View more articles in: