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Greek Fireman Bit by Snake During a Fire in Western Peloponnese

ATHENS – A firefighter was injured when a snake bit him as he was helping to put a fire out in Neapoli, at the Andravida-Kyllini township in western Peloponnese on Friday.

The man was transported to a local health center.

The fire is burning at a farm and forest region but is not threatening any residences, the Fire Brigade said. A total of 30 firefighers with 9 trucks and a ground team are on site.

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