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  1. #1
    pfr172
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    Unhappy FDNY BROTHERS DEAD?

    With the confirmed deaths of three of FDNY's bravest, please accept the condolences on behalf of the Plano fire department. And may they rest in peace. My prayers go out to the fallen firefighters in New York and wish the injured a speedy recovery.

    [This message has been edited by pfr172 (edited 06-17-2001).]


  2. #2
    Dalmatian90
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    It doesn't sound good, since bystanders are reporting seeing CPR in progress. But there won't be any official word until the families are notified, I'm sure.

    Our collective prayers go out to them.

    Matt

  3. #3
    51Truck_K
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    Angry

    Recieving reports via IncidentPage.net that one of the injured FDNY Brothers has died of his injuries. God rest his(her) soul.

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    FTM - PTB

  4. #4
    FitzBFDT2
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    Unhappy

    Three of FDNY's Bravest are dead on Father's Day. www.nyfd.com has it posted and particulars will follow.


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    Kevin M. Fitzhenry, fire@bayonnenj.org
    Firefighter, Ladder Co. 3 City of Bayonne (NJ) FD
    www.bayonnenj.org/fire/

  5. #5
    Captain Gonzo
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    Unhappy

    On behalf of the memmbership of Local 1714 and the Marlborough Fire Department, please accept our condolences on the passing of three of our fellow firefighters from the FDNY.

    May their sacrifice never be forgotten...

    [This message has been edited by Captain Gonzo (edited 06-17-2001).]

  6. #6
    mfgentili
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    Unhappy

    It's another sad night for the nation's fire service as we again mourn the loss of more of our members. Our thoughts are with the brothers from New York.

    Mike Gentili
    Local 841
    I.A.F.F.

  7. #7
    firedude3815
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    Unhappy

    My thoughts and prayers are with the families and co-workers of the fallen firefighters. It deeply saddens me that 3 families will now have to deal with losing a family member to a tragedy. And as all of us know, we feel a similiar loss when a brother or sister firefighter is killed. To the injured, may you have a speedy recovery.

    [This message has been edited by firedude3815 (edited 06-17-2001).]

  8. #8
    daysleeper47
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    My thoughts and prayers go out to them...it truly is a sad night.

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    Joe
    Daysleeper47
    "When the bell goes ding-ding, its time to get on the woo-woo."
    "Dusting desire - starting to learn. Walking through fire with out a burn..."
    Youngstown Fire Department

  9. #9
    mark440
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    Unhappy

    Prayers and thoughts are with the Brothers and Sisters of the FDNY from Utah tonight.

    Stay safe,

    Mark

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    If in doubt - Call us out

  10. #10
    nsfdjr
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    On behalf of Upstate NY, all our prayers and sympathy go to FDNY tonight, and the families of the three who lost their lives today. It is truly a sad night throughtout the nation.

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    -Be Safe
    (The above comments do not reflect those of my department or other members)

  11. #11
    First-Due
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    Unhappy

    On behalf of Yarmouth Fire & Rescue L-2122 we send our condolences and prayers to the families and fellow brothers and sisters of FDNY. Once again we have to mourned the loss of Firefighters who made the supreme sacrafice.

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    Lewiston2Capt
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    On behalf of the firefighters of Lewiston Fire Company No. 2 we send our condolences to the family and co-workers of our fallen brothers. To those brothers injured God speed on your recovery.
    May we never forget our fallen brethren.

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    Shawn M. Cecula
    Captain
    Lewiston Fire Co. No. 2

  13. #13
    hctrouble25
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    Our prayers are with the families and fellow fire fighters of the FDNY today. They made the ultimate sacrifice to save others. God speed, and may they all rest in peace eternally.

  14. #14
    ff21
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    Angry

    to the firefighter of fdny and the families of the three fallen firefighters
    god bless and may god be with each and every one of you in the comeing months

    does any one know what caused the explosion
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    2197
    stay safe and have fun

  15. #15
    CaptKup4
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    Condolences to the families from the Metro West FPD of St. Louis County. It is a grave loss to the entire world of firefighting family.

    I had heard reports of stored propane tanks in the basement.

    Capt Dave Kupfer
    Metro West FPD
    St. Louis County, MO

  16. #16
    CAPTAINKAOS
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    Unhappy

    Our condolences to the families and the F.D.N.Y on the loss of 3 of New Yorks Bravest
    from the Cortlandville Fire Depatment in Upstate New York.

  17. #17
    e53NSB
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    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the victims and also to the brothers of FDNY, IAFF Local 2271

  18. #18
    Ford45
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    Unhappy

    To the FDNY:
    from the officers and members of the Newtown Fire Association, we send our condolences. My thoughts and prayers to the families. Stay safe, everyone. Peace.


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    Matt
    Newtown Fire Association
    Station 45

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    Engine 101
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    Even though we're 3,000 miles apart and don't see as many firs as FDNY does we're still a large family who is deeply saddend to hear 3 of it's brothers\sisters have lost there lives, And the members of Local 2415 send there condolences and ofer there prayers and pray god is with all those who knew them

    E-101

  20. #20
    safetyhappy
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    My condolences and prayers are with friends, co-workers, and families of the fallen firefighters and the others that were injured.

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