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The couple escaped the fire, but authorities said the woman sustained second-degree burns over 50 percent of her body.
Armando Berriz clung to the edge of the pool to keep them both afloat, causing second-degree burns.
One woman had first- and second-degree burns on her arms from cooking.
Cook-Willow Convalescent Home in Plymouth was fined $1,530 after a resident suffered second-degree burns and blisters on several fingers from pureed food.
On June 21, a plastic slide exploded at Reservoir Park, resulting in second-degree burns to a 9-year-old New Berlin boy.
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