OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ An Omaha man has been hospitalized in
critical condition with burns he suffered when his home caught
The blaze at Carl Guidici's home in south Omaha broke out Friday
Guidici was able to get out of the home on his own, but he
suffered burns to his face and hair.
A spokeswoman for St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center in
Lincoln said Friday night that Guidici was in critical condition.
Oxygen tanks that were inside Guidici's home exploded after fire
crews arrived. Four firefighters were inside at the time, but no
injuries were reported.
The cause of the fire is under investigation. Damage is
estimated at $80,000.
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