Thread: Three Texas Firefighters Killed
02-15-1999, 05:01 PM #1
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Three Texas Firefighters Killed
Firehouse.Com NewsDay Special Report
Monday, February 15, 1999 -- 4 pm EST
Three Firefighters Killed, Three Others Injured in Texas Church Fire
Three firefighters were killed and three others injured when the roof of a church collapsed as crews battled a wind-driven blaze in Lake Worth, Texas, just outside Forth Worth. Complete information, including off-site links, is now online. The names and confirmed department affiliation will be posted when they become available.
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02-15-1999, 05:12 PM #2percell holland jrFirehouse.com Guest
Please pass on our deepest sympathies to all of the families and fellow firefighters of the deceased firefighters. From the Micro Volunteer Fire Department, Micro, North Carolina. We know how you feel. We lost two firefighters in our neighboring county a coouple of months ago.
02-15-1999, 05:50 PM #3Danny BeebeFirehouse.com Guest
We are deeply sadened as the passing of your fellow firefighters. No greater gift can one give to his fellow man than his own life. To the families let them know that we are praying for them. MAY GOD BLESS.
02-15-1999, 06:02 PM #4
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The Southmont Volunteer Fire Company in Johnstown, PA, extends it's condolences to the firefighters and their families in Lake Worth, Texas.
May we never hear of such a sacrifice again.
02-15-1999, 06:02 PM #5jskau1Firehouse.com Guest
From Clinton Ct. our deepest sympothy goes out too the families and friends of the fallen heros. You and all your members are in our prayers, during your time of need.
02-15-1999, 06:30 PM #6Glenn KFirehouse.com Guest
Please know that our thoughts are with the familys in this very sad time
02-15-1999, 06:46 PM #7P BishopFirehouse.com Guest
From the members of the Gooding Fire Dept. in Gooding, Idaho our thoughts and prayers are with the firefighters and their families in Lake Worth, Texas.
02-15-1999, 07:03 PM #8chaplain5Firehouse.com Guest
The entire Crozet Vol. Fire Dept. from Crozet, VA wishes to express our deepest sympathies to the families of the firefighters in the Lake Worth area. Please know that our prayers are with you during your time of loss
02-15-1999, 07:31 PM #9nsfirechapFirehouse.com Guest
I am deeply saddened to learn of the death of three of america's bravest. Our prayers are with the families and department members. Their loss is our loss.
Chaplain Jeff Turkel
North Star Fire Department
North Pole, Alaska
02-15-1999, 07:34 PM #10Lance53Firehouse.com Guest
The Plains Twp. Fire Dept. wishes to send its deepest regrets to the families of our fallen brother Firefighters. They will always be remembered as heros. God Bless.
02-15-1999, 08:48 PM #11chuckman23Firehouse.com Guest
The members of the Avondale Fire Company send their deepest sympathy's to the families of the 3 firefighters as well as the members of their station. It was less than a year ago that Chester County PA was mourning the loss of one of it's own. This is a very hard time but I for one am proud of the support given by our brother's and sisters in the fire service. I was never more proud to be a firefighter as I was when I witnessed the number of our bothers and sisters who came to pay their respects to someone they had never met. Though they had only learned his name a few days before they came because he was one of their own. Be strong and support each other through these dark days ahead, you can get through this and can go on. God Bless.
Chester County PA Sta 23
02-15-1999, 08:58 PM #12LtSpaFirehouse.com Guest
Condolences from the Sedgwick County Fire Dept. out of Wichita Kansas. Our prayers are with the families. Hero's they will always be. Lt. Dan Millspaugh
02-15-1999, 09:12 PM #13Medic019Firehouse.com Guest
The Blooming Valley Volunteer FD in NW Pennsylvania would like to pass on its condolences and deepest sympathies to the families, friends, and fellow firefighters involved in the Lake Worth Tx Tragedy. Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this time of grief.
02-15-1999, 09:16 PM #14knewburnFirehouse.com Guest
All of the firefighters and EMT's at the Bullard Fire Dept. would like to express their deepest regrets and would like the families to know that they are in our prayers. The brotherhood of fire fighters has suffered a great loss.
02-15-1999, 09:23 PM #15kenFirehouse.com Guest
From York Springs PA-Your entire department, community and especially the families of the deceased and injured are in our prayers.
02-15-1999, 09:24 PM #16Bill BorstFirehouse.com Guest
The officers & members of the Hebron, CT Fire Dept. would like to express our sympathy to the families of your deceased and injured firefighters, and we extend our condolences to the members of the Lake Worth Fire Dept. God be with you.....
02-15-1999, 10:05 PM #17RobFirehouse.com Guest
The members of the Redwood Meadows Emergency Services in Alberta, Canada send our deepest sympathies. Our hearts go out to the firefighters' families and their fellow firefighters.
02-15-1999, 10:26 PM #18RyanFirehouse.com Guest
The Petersburg Fire Department wishes to express our deepest sympathies to the families and firefighters in Lake Worth. Your all in our prayers.
02-15-1999, 10:32 PM #19mar mac fdFirehouse.com Guest
We are greatly sorry for your loss and we offer our condolences to the families and friends of those lost.From the Mar Mac VFD. Tommy Baker,Captain MMVFD Goldsboro,N.C.
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02-15-1999, 10:35 PM #20John P WhitsonFirehouse.com Guest
We would like to send our deepest sympathy's to the families and fellow firefighters for your falling brothers. Please let the families know they will be in are prayers. From the brothers of the fighting 74th of Trotwood Fire Dept. Ohio Bobby
As father, please let their children know that their fathers will always be with them.
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02-15-1999, 10:46 PM #21fireemtFirehouse.com Guest
From the Guthrie Center Vol. Fire Dept. we want to express our deepest sympathy. Our prayers go out to all of the families and the members of the departments.
02-15-1999, 10:55 PM #22firesmithFirehouse.com Guest
My thoughts and prayers are with you my lost brothers.
02-15-1999, 10:58 PM #23DAVE BASALAFirehouse.com Guest
We are sorry to here about our brothers that past away trying to save god's place and we would like to send are sympathies to the families and the fire dept. of are fallen conrades.
LT.DAVID BASALA of Hazle Twp Fire Co.
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02-15-1999, 11:56 PM #24Daniel HughesFirehouse.com Guest
our deepest sympathy and thoughts from the nothern sector PGFD,LT. Dan HUghes
02-16-1999, 12:14 AM #25Dennis JarvisFirehouse.com Guest
The Scio Rural Fire District, Scio Oregon wishes to express our deepest sympathy on the loss of three of our Brothers. May God bless you all in this time of need. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
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