Ed Reed Foundation Hoping To Raise $25K To Support Baltimore City Fire Department, Families Of Fallen FirefightersThe Ed Reed Foundation is hoping to raise $25,000 to support Baltimore City firefighters as they mourn the loss of three of their colleagues and friends.
Mayor Scott Orders City-Wide Review Of Baltimore's Vacant PropertiesMayor Brandon Scott on Monday ordered a city-wide review of all vacant housing operations, procedures and processes in response to a building collapse at a vacant property last week that killed three Baltimore firefighters.
Hogan, Fire Union Up Reward To $100K For Information On Person Of Interest In Fire That Killed 3 Baltimore FirefightersThe reward for information on a person of interest in a fire that killed three Baltimore firefighters is up to $100,000 following contributions from the state and a local fire union.
Person Sought In Fire That Killed 3 Baltimore Firefighters; $30K Reward AnnouncedA person of interest is being sought in connection with a vacant home fire that killed three firefighters Monday
Memorial Service Scheduled For Baltimore Firefighters Killed In CollapseLt. Paul Butrim, Kelsey Sadler and Kenny Lacayo died after a partial collapse trapped them in a burning, vacant home in West Baltimore.
Baltimore City Fire Department Posthumously Promotes Kelsey SadlerKelsey Sadler, one of three Baltimore City firefighters killed Monday in the line of duty, has been posthumously promoted to the rank of lieutenant.
Friends, Family Remember Lost Baltimore Firefighters In Procession To Funeral HomesHundreds saluted the fallen firefighters on their way to funeral homes in Harford and Baltimore counties
Hogan Holds Moment Of Silence For 3 Baltimore Firefighters Who Died In Partial Building CollapseGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday held a moment of silence before the Board of Public Works hearing to honor the three Baltimore firefighters who died after responding to a fire in a vacant city rowhome that partially collapsed.
Investigation Ongoing Into Vacant Home Fire That Killed 3 Baltimore FirefightersThe state fire marshal said it is too early to determine if someone set this fire on purpose so that they could hurt others.
Baltimore City: Stricker Street Property Owed $50K, Put Up For Tax Sale 4 TimesThe Baltimore City finance department says the Stricker Street property involved in Monday’s fire that killed three firefighters has $50,000 in liens, interest and taxes.
Baltimore Firefighter John McMaster Upgraded To Fair Condition After Building CollapseThe condition of a Baltimore firefighter who was injured in a partial building collapse Monday that killed three of his fellow firefighters has been upgraded to fair, Baltimore City Fire Chief Niles Ford said.
Donations Welcomed For Families Of Fallen Baltimore FirefightersThe tragic deaths of three Baltimore City firefighters have hit home for people throughout our community. If you would like to help the families of those fallen heroes, the Baltimore City Fire Foundation is accepting donations on their behalf.
3 Baltimore Firefighters Killed In Partial Building Collapse, 1 In Critical ConditionThree Baltimore firefighters died after a partial building collapse Monday morning, the mayor's office has confirmed. One firefighter is in critical condition.
'They Put Their Lives At Risk For Us': Residents, Coworkers Grieve Baltimore Firefighters Killed In Partial CollapseThree Baltimore firefighters died, and one is in critical condition after a vacant rowhouse that caught fire partially collapsed.
Housing Records Reveal Stricker Street Property Long Vacant, Site Of 2015 FireThe firefighters killed were identified as Lt. Paul Butrim, firefighter/paramedic Kelsey Sadler, and EMT/firefighter Kenny Lacayo.