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    Angry New Jersey Residential Collapse

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of those listed below that have fallen:

    The U.S. Fire Administration has received notice of the following firefighter fatalities:

    Name: Thomas G. Stewart III
    Rank: Firefighter
    Age: 30
    Status: Career
    Date of Incident: 07/04/2002
    Time of Incident: 0130
    Date of Death: 07/04/2002
    Fire Department: Gloucester City Fire Department Fire Department
    Address: 1 North King Street, Gloucester, NJ 08030
    Fire Department Phone: 856-456-0060
    Fire Department Chief: Chief William Glassman
    Cause of Death: Trapped in collapse at residential structure fire.

    Name: James E. Sylvester
    Rank: Chief
    Age: 31
    Status: Volunteer
    Date of Incident: 07/04/2002
    Time of Incident: 0130
    Date of Death: 07/04/2002
    Fire Department: Mt. Ephraim Fire Department
    Fire Department Address: 21 South Blackhorse Pike, Mt. Ephraim, NJ 08059
    Fire Department Phone: 856-783-4900
    Cause of Death: Trapped in collapse at residential structure fire.

    Name: John D. West
    Rank: Deputy Chief
    Age: 40
    Status: Volunteer
    Date of Incident: 07/04/2002
    Time of Incident: 0130
    Date of Death: 07/04/2002
    Fire Department: Mt. Ephraim Fire Department
    Fire Department Address: 21 South Blackhorse Pike, Mt. Ephraim, NJ 08059
    Fire Department Phone: 856-783-4900
    Cause of Death: Trapped in collapse at residential structure fire.
    Tribute is being paid to Firefighter Stewart, Chief Sylvester and Deputy Chief West at: http://www.usfa.fema.gov/dhtml/inside-usfa/ffmem.cfm Additional information on firefighter fatalities may be found on the USFA web site at: http://www.usfa.fema.gov/dhtml/insid...nfdc-data5.cfm To date, 57 firefighter fatalities have been reported to USFA in 2002.


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    Default Rest in Peace Brothers

    My thoughts and prayers to the Families and Stations that
    our Fallen brothers leave behind....Rest in Peace....
    M Cocchi, Firefighter, Blackwood Fire Co., Camden County, NJ

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