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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by trdvet, Jun 30, 2013.
Prayers. This is horrible.
Prayers sent. Horrible beyond words.
I have had my share of run-ins with Fire over my career, but they are the other half of the public safety equation. Without both, the public has no safety.
My heart is shattered at this news.
Awful awful turn of events. My heart goes out
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Nearly the entire Prescott FD wildland squad was destroyed. Only one survived.
Requiem Aeternam dona eis, Domine
et lux perpetua luceat eis:
Requiescant in pace. Amen.
My thoughts and prayers are with them and all of our brothers and sisters in the fire service.
Revised to 18 firefighters and one unknown. One firefighter from the crew has lived.
Prayers for all, this is terrible news.
Oh man, that is really horrible. Being from the Midwest I've never really experienced wildfires, but they seem to be really nasty if you are anywhere remotely close.
Prayers to all the families and survivors involved.
RIP brothers... this has been a bad year (and even part of last year) for all our uniforms.
This is unfathomable. Prayers for all involved, their families, and their community. Sickening news.
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Just terrible. God that sucks.
Rest in peace. The coming days and weeks will be difficult almost beyond words for their families and comrades. May comfort be with them.
Rest in peace, gentlemen.
The average age of the crew was 22 years of age. This is the largest fatal incident in the Fire Service since 11 September 2001.
At least half of the town of Yarnell is destroyed.