December 3, 1999 - 10:25 PM
Two Firefighters Killed, Others Missing in Mass. Warehouse Fire http://www.firehouse.com/lodd/1999/ma_dec3.html
Worcester, Mass. -- Two firefighters were killed Friday night battling a multi-alarm fire in an abandoned industrial building and several others were missing, officials said.
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12-03-1999, 10:52 PM #1
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Worcester, Mass. Multi-Fatal LODD Blaze
12-03-1999, 11:22 PM #2NY FIRE WATCHFirehouse.com Guest
What a horrible tragedy, May God Bless the men and women of the Worchester Fire Department, and most importantly our fallen brothers and their families. They have made the ultimate sacrafice!
12-03-1999, 11:39 PM #3LtwhipFirehouse.com Guest
May God be with all the Fire Fighters and thier families. This is truly a large
tragedy for all the members of the Worcester Fire Department.
12-04-1999, 12:14 AM #4Oxford Fire PoliceFirehouse.com Guest
The Oxford Fire Police sends our deepest thoughts, sympathies, and prayers to the families and friends of the Worcester firefighters who made the supreme sacrifice. May it be a comfort to know our hearts and minds are with you all.
Lt. Maria Hilligoss
Oxford Fire Police
12-04-1999, 12:28 AM #5twkickFirehouse.com Guest
It is with my deepest sympathy that I extend my heartfelt condolences to the family, friends, and fellow firefighters of Worcester Fire Dept for their loss. May the Lord comfort you during this time of sorrow, all are in my prayers this morning.
Thomas W. Kickler, Director
Laurens County EMS and Fire Department
12-04-1999, 12:30 AM #6firechick204Firehouse.com Guest
I would like to let the fire fighters and their families that they are in my prayers. I am very sorry to hear of this tragedy and I wish there was more I could do to help. In reality all I can do is pray. I'm very sorry. ><May God Be With All Of You><
12-04-1999, 12:38 AM #7chief4102Firehouse.com Guest
My heart is heavy, and my thoughts and sympathy are directed towards Worcester's Bravest, their families and firends. May God's Grace and Comfort be with them.
12-04-1999, 12:47 AM #8
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My prayers for the families of the 6 firefighters in Worcester, MA: the blood families who bear the brunt of the loss, and the firefighting families who will deal with this tragedy every time they come to work.
Godspeed to the 6.
[This message has been edited by 26DC (edited December 04, 1999).]
12-04-1999, 12:55 AM #9fyrmedixFirehouse.com Guest
the thoughts and prayers of us here at coral springs go out to the families and fellow firefighters of those who gave the supreme sacrafice in the line of duty. may god watch over you as you gave your life trying to save another and are the true american heros. god bless
12-04-1999, 01:01 AM #10Leftbank68Firehouse.com Guest
My deepest sympathy to the Worcester Fire Dept and the families of those that lost their lives. May God bless all of you.
Rene L. Hodge
Town and Country Fire Dept.
[This message has been edited by Leftbank68 (edited December 04, 1999).]
12-04-1999, 01:03 AM #11FFBEANFirehouse.com Guest
jUST WENT ON A ALARM ACTIVATION RUN. VERY QUTE IN THE TRUCK AS WE ALL OUR THOUGHTS ARE WITH THE FALLEN BROTHERS OF WORCESTER MASS. "I MADE IT BACK THIS TIME" GODS PEACE AND BLESSING TO OUR BROTHERS AND THERE FAMILIES.
12-04-1999, 01:08 AM #12FireManPaulFirehouse.com Guest
It is with a heavy heart that I wish the families of the fallen firefighters my deepest condolences. My thoughts are with all of you, as well as the Worcester Fire Dept. May you all find a way to deal with this and continue to be the bravest men and women in the world.
12-04-1999, 01:18 AM #13Northampton Fire DeptFirehouse.com Guest
The members of the Northampton Fire Dept send our deepest sympathy and prayers to the families and to the members of the Worcester Fire Dept. May God bless all of you
12-04-1999, 01:39 AM #14FF William BartholomewFirehouse.com Guest
The members of the Greene Fire dept. would like to send out our deepest sympothiy to the family friends and co-workers who made the altement sacrafice to god bless and my you all make it home safe
12-04-1999, 03:45 AM #15FFTaz71Firehouse.com Guest
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Truly this must be a terrible thing to have to endure. I wish all of you the best of luck and Gods blessing while you face this terrible sadness in you lives.
12-04-1999, 05:04 AM #16mfgentiliFirehouse.com Guest
May God walk with the families of the fallen members of the Worcester Fire Dept and help them through this horrible tragedy. It is a sad day here in Massachusetts and throughout the country's fire service. I find it very difficult to sleep tonight thinking of my PFFM brothers who have now gone home for Christmas.
12-04-1999, 05:33 AM #17JackiFLFirehouse.com Guest
My thoughts and prayers are with the hometown heroes in Worcester, MA. May their families and friends know in their hearts what a difference those 6 made, with their choice of career.
12-04-1999, 06:22 AM #18tiger29Firehouse.com Guest
My sincerest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of our fallen brothers in Worcester, Massachusetts.
May time heal the pain and memories rejoice in your heart.
Rural Fire Fighter
12-04-1999, 06:30 AM #19ChiefHankFirehouse.com Guest
I'd like to extend my sincerest condolences and sympathies to the families and friends of the Worcester Fire Department who have made The Supreme Sacrifice.
May our fallen brothers rest in eternal peace and may the Good Lord watch over and protect the loved ones that they have left behind.
Newark, N.J. Fire Dept. (ret)
12-04-1999, 06:42 AM #20Ralph EugleyFirehouse.com Guest
To all the members and families of the fallen
Worcester firefighters. The men and women of
the Thomaston Fire Dept Me, offer our
deepest sympathies to all of you. May god be
with you all during this difficult time.
God bless all of you.
Capt. Ralph Eugley
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