‘It’s been tough on all of us’| Baltimore Fire Chief remembers fallen firefighters, reflects on career as first responder
Three Baltimore firefighters were killed and a fourth was injured on Monday, when part of a vacant home collapsed while they were battling a blaze.
Baltimore City Fire Chief Niles Ford joins Two Way Talk to reflect on the fallen firefighters.
During the conversation, Chief Ford provides an update on EMT/Firefighter John McMaster and shares how officials are examining procedures to prevent future disasters.
During the Stricker Street fire, FFPM Kelsey Sadler was acting in the Lieutenant position, the unit officer of Engine 14.— Baltimore Firefighters IAFF Local 734 (@BCFDL734) January 27, 2022
By orders of @ChiefNilesRFord, Kelsey is posthumously promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. pic.twitter.com/BJ3qk9QwdL
The BCFD Foundation, Inc. is accepting donations for our #BCFD Fallen Fighters. All donations will provide financial support to the families of any BCFD FF or Paramedic who suffers a serious injury or death while still an active member of the dept. https://t.co/RMhMBHQHAX pic.twitter.com/wOhKzvdU7q— Baltimore Fire (@BaltimoreFire) January 26, 2022