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Our thoughts are with the Farmington Fire Rescue in Maine where a Firefighter died in the Line of Duty after a building explosion this morning. ... See MoreSee Less
September 16, 2019 - LODD Captain Michael Bell, 68 Farmington Fire Department. Farmington, ME Firefighters were called to the scene on Route 2 in Farmington at around 8:07 a.m. for a propane smell in the building. The explosion took place minutes later. Captain Michael Bell was killed and six other Farmington firefighters were injured. 62-year-old Fire Chief Terry Bell, Michael's brother, 40-year-old Captain Timothy D. Hardy, 37-year-old Captain Scott Baxter, 64-year-old Firefighter Theodore Baxter, Scott's father, 24-year-old Firefighter Joseph Hastings, Deputy Fire Chief Clyde Ross.
Prayers for all 🙏
Prayers for all 🙏
SO SORRY SAD R.I.P. FIRE FIGHTER SIR AND GOD BLESS HIS FAMILY..
Dear God another Hero coming home
3 days ago
Our thoughts and prayers are with all those involved in the deck collapse in Wildwood during the Fireman's Convention. ... See MoreSee Less
New Yorkers and visitors gather as the FDNY Emerald Society Pipes and Drums honors those who made the Supreme Sacrifice 18 years ago at their annual sunset tribute at FDNY Engine 10 and Ladder 10. The annual sunset tribute includes a Circle of Honor formed around members of the US Armed Forces #NeverForget ... See MoreSee Less
New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Firefighter Tim Duffy was off work the day of September 11, 2001, but when he realized what was going on, he donned his firefighter gear and rode his 2000 Super Glide Sport into lower Manhattan to help out. He made it to the base of the south tower of the World Trade Center as it began to collapse and the force of the building crashing down buried him in debris. He freed himself, only thinking of others who'd also been victims of the terrorist attack. That day he helped save people who'd been seriously injured, commandeering a truck and driving back and forth to Ground Zero to assist wherever he could. Duffy retired due to health problems from breathing in the toxic dust, and now helps first responders and veterans with PTSD through the organization he founded, 1 Soldier 1 Dog 1 Team. Duff is a true American hero.
(Photo by Allen Tannenbaum)
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ABSOLUTELY NEVER FORGET
Thank you very much for partipating in the 9/11 service
Eighteen years ago we lost our innocence. We lost many, many good people. 2,753 were killed in the attack. Of those, 343 were FDNY, 23 NYPD & 37 PAPD. These brave men & women rushed in to help others. Today and everyday continue to think about those that lost a loved one that day or continue to be effected by sickness from the rescue efforts. We must never forget them. ... See MoreSee Less
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company updated their profile picture.
7 days ago
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A big thanks to Hooters of Brunswick for presenting us our proceeds from their annual golf outing that they run. We are very grateful for all that you have done and for everyone that supported that day!#ebifc #eastbrunswickfire ... See MoreSee Less
Old and new apparatus...... both of which are still in our fleet today. Rescue 804 and Engine Co. No. 1. ... See MoreSee Less
I do believe that I rode on the back of 804 once
Thank you! Be safe! Prayers!
On September 3‚ 2004‚ City of New Brunswick Fire Department Deputy Chief James D’heron made the ultimate sacrifice responding to a call‚ by giving his life to save the residents that were sleeping inside. When Jimmy arrived at the scene‚ before his platoon‚ he knew he had to warn the 15 people living in the home to flee. He couldn’t wait‚ and he didn’t. He knew that the propane tanks in this dwelling posed a severe threat to all who were inside. The residents of this home were all able to make it out alive thanks to the efforts of this firefighter. Jimmy didn’t make it out. He gave his life so that others could live‚ and that is what Jimmy was all about. #neverforget ... See MoreSee Less
Until people like chief James are on the earth we are blessed. He and all of them are heroes! Prayers his family in this difficult time
Condolences to Jimmy's family. Thank You for your Bravery. R.I.P. Jimmy🙏🙏🙏
God bless for his brave soul. Prayers for all 🙏🙏🌷🌷
So sorry for your loss! What a sad day that was!🙏God bless! Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family moving forward 😢💕
May God hold him in the Palm of His Hand rest easy hero
I just read the obituary of his son, Michael, who passed August 29, in today's Home News.
Rest easy , Chief . You are a true hero. Thoughts and prayers to your family
So sorry! A true hero, Thank You for your services! God Bless!😥
Never forget that day. Great man gone way to soon. Rest In Peace Chief.
May he rest in peace
RIP. CHIEF GOD BE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY MY BROTHER
So sad RIP
Joe, I did not know this story. I never met Jimmy, but I knew he was a great guy from all your stories. 🙏🏻
Rest In Peace to a true Hero!
Rest In Peace Chief........
I will never forget our Hero's!
Miss you Jimmy D!
That's a hero
Rest easy brother
Never forgotten 🙏