Memorial announced for 3 firefighters killed in collapse
BALTIMORE (AP) — Fire officials in Baltimore are announcing plans for a memorial next week for three firefighters who died after a vacant rowhome partially collapsed, trapping them inside.
The Baltimore City Fire Department announced Friday that a memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Fallen Hero Info— Baltimore Firefighters IAFF Local 734 (@BCFDL734) January 28, 2022
Joint Memorial Service
Baltimore Convention Center
Travel to Dulaney Valley Mem Gardens
Wake @ Timonium Fairgrounds
Sadler & Lacayo
2/1 2p-4p, 6p-8p
7922 Wise Av 21222
610 W Macphail Rd 21014 pic.twitter.com/FQHi3cFmqH
Fire officials say four firefighters were battling the blaze inside the rowhome early Monday when part of the three-story building collapsed.
One firefighter was immediately freed and taken to a hospital, but officials say the three others died.
The surviving firefighter was released from the hospital Thursday.