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My thoughts with the families.
Condolences to families and rest in peace.
My father-in-law who was a fireman lost two of his crew in a fire in block of flats (he was lucky to get out alive himself) here in Stevenage 5 years ago! Not a very good time for those involved and my heart felt condolences go out to the families of these fireman lost today. RIP.
2 Min's from me Shirley towers,should pull the thing down not the first time there has been a fire ,a school Buddie of mine died by falling down the lift shaft rip the firefighters
I believe there were a couple of deaths last year as well. One firefighter died in England, another in Edinburgh.
RIP Condolences to family and friends.
Two of those who do put the safety of others before themselves.
RIP and condolences.
Brother when you weep for me
Remember that it was meant to be
Lay me down and when you leave
Remember I'll be at your sleeve
In every dark and choking hall
I'll be there as you slowly crawl
On every roof in driving snow
I'll hold your coat and you will know
In cellars hot with searing heat
At windows where a gate you meet
In closets where young children hide
You know I'll be there at your side
The house from which I now respond
Is overstaffed with heroes gone
Men who answered one last bell
Did the job and did it well
As firemen we understand
That death's a card dealt in our hand
A card we hope we never play
But one we hold there anyway
That card is something we ignore
As we crawl across a weakened floor
For we know that we're the only prayer
For anyone that might be there
So remember as you wipe your tears
The joy I knew throughout the years
As I did the job I loved to do
I pray that thought will see you through
Are your father in Laws initials... J.D ? And your Husbands R.W?
I went on that watch a cople of days after...The whole thing was horrible. and we all had to had help with the 2 fuerals from Harrow Court,Rest In Peace !
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