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    Default Baytown, TX LODD

    Firefighter from Ladder 1 was killed shortly after 16:00 today in a house fire. Four other firefighters were taken to a local hospital with second degree burns.

    Please keep our fallen brother's family in your prayers, as well as those injured.

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    On behalf of IAFF L4376, I give my deepedst condolences to the family and brothers in Baytown.

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    Our deepest condolences to the family and brothers in Baytown. Our prayers are with you.

    From all of your brothers in Southlake, TX--- IAFF Local 4243
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    Our deepest sympathies to the friends of family of our fallen brother and prayers for the injured.

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    The prayers of IAFF Local 341 are with the family of our lost Brother and our Brothers and Sisters in Baytown. Rest in peace brother.

    Stay low and move it in.
    Stay low and move it in.

    Be safe.


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    Our deepest sympathies to our brothers & thier families in Baytown. Sealy VFD.

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    Our deepest sympathy to our brothers and sisters in Baytown. May he rest in peace and know that all of you in Baytown are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

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    My sympathies and prayers..

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    On behalf of Marlborough Firefighters Local 1714 our condolences go out to the family and the Baytown FD.
    Rest in peace, Bro...

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    On the behalf of HFD station 38 our deepest sympathy goes out to our brothers of Baytown Fire Department. You are in our heart and prayers. Anything that we can do for you just let us know.

    Stay safe

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    Our thoughts and prayers are with these firefighters and their families.
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    Unhappy We mourn your loss

    We sadly mourn your loss, and offer our heartfelt condolences to the family, and to our brothers and sisters in Baytown who feel the pain of such a tragedy. May he always live well in your memories.

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    On behalf of the city of North Charleston Fire Department in North Charleston South Carolina... I would like to express my deepest condolences to the family of the Baytown brother that lost his life today.
    Always remember the CHARLESTON 9

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    On behalf of the Clute Fire Department in Clute, Tx, I would like to express our deepest condolences to the family of the Baytown firefighter that lost his life today ........ And a Speedy recovery to the four HERO'S who faught beside him!

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    Rest in peace, brother
    My thoughts and prayers are with Baytown FD. A speedy recovery to all injured.

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    The members of Sansom Park Fire-Rescue (tx) extend our most heart felt and Sincere sympathy. We all know so well the emptiness that follows with the loss of a brother. Keep your heads up. We all have another angel to watch over us now.
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    My deepest condolences at this loss so close to Christams. My thoughts and prayers on behalf of the LFB to the families and colleagues involved.
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    On behalf of the New Jersey Forest Fire Service and my former department of Oakland, NJ.....I wish to extend my deepest sympathies to the family of Nito Guajardo.
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    BAYTOWN, Texas (AP) - One firefighter died and four others were
    injured Monday while battling a house fire that quickly became too
    intense.
    Eight firefighters were inside the house before the heat forced
    them to evacuate.
    "Something in there went wrong," Lt. Howard Gudgell, an
    investigator with the Baytown Fire Marshal's Office, said in a
    story in Tuesday's Houston Chronicle.
    Firefighters realized after they retreated that Nito Guajardo,
    24, was missing. Guajardo was a rookie who had been with the
    department for almost a year.
    Three of the injured firefighters were treated for second-degree
    burns and released Monday night. A fourth was still undergoing
    tests late Monday.
    Guajardo's death was the first of a firefighter in the town in
    30 years. His body was found in a foyer near the living room.
    Paramedics tried to revive him but were unsuccessful.
    The cause of the fire had not been determined late Monday. No
    one was at home at the time of the fire.

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    From all at Northumberland Fire & Rescue Service, our deepest sympathies and condolences.
    United Kingdom branch, IACOJ.

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    Bay Town Fire, please know that we are all praying for you
    and will never forget Nito.Our deepest condolences to your
    families, be strong, although I never met the man I know
    he left this world doing the job he loved.

    B. Luttrell
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    To all effected with the utmost respect, I send my condolences and prayers. Speedy recovery to those injured.

    The love of the job and the life that surrounds it is something that only we in the service understand. Those that aren't part of that can't see why we put our selves in danger every day. Yes bad things happen, I'ld rather them happen while I was helping the greater good than at another time. Without the fire service I would not be complete. I believe many of my brothers and sisters would agree.
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    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and fellow firefighters of our fallen brother.

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    Your Brothers to the west at Local#624 also send their thoughts, prayers and condolences on the loss of Brother Nito.

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    Rest in peace, dear Brother. May God welcome you home and bring comfort to your family, friends, and department.
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    Once again we mourn the loss of one of our own. Rest in peace Brother.
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