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NFFF TV - Survivor: Lisa Hopman talks about her husband and hero William Hopman.
USFA: William Floyd (Bill) Hopman
Captain Hopman responded as the driver of an engine company to a structure fire at 2108hrs on January 10, 2011. Upon arrival on the scene, Captain Hopman was assigned fire suppression duties on the second story of a residential structure with fire in the walls and attic. He wore full structural fire fighting protective clothing, including an SCBA. The fire was controlled and Captain Hopman drove the engine back to quarters and placed it back into service. Captain Hopman arrived home at approximately 2315hrs, showered, and went to bed without speaking to anyone. He was found deceased in his bed at 0719hrs the next morning by a family member. The cause of death was listed as a heart attack.
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