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Fla. fire lieutenant, retired police detective, dies during fire training
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Barry Boulton, Sr. was a retired U.S. Marine colonel and retired detective with the Hollywood (Florida) Police Department

Yesterday at 3:07 PM

By FireRescue1 Staff

PLANTATION, Fla. — A fire lieutenant died earlier this month, after he collapsed during a drill.

Officials with the Plantation Fire Department said Lt. Barry Boulton Sr. was at a Rapid Intervention Team drill on May 7 when he fell ill. His colleagues immediatly began resucitation efforts. 

Boulton, 67, was rushed to a local hospital where he died from cardiac arrest. 

Boulton was a retired U.S. Marine colonel and retired detective with the Hollywood (Florida) Police Department.


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