Saturday, August 28, 2010

HONOR THE FALLEN: Capt Tedmund Hall, Firefighter Arnaldo Quinones

LODD Memorial day: Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Captain Tedmund “Ted” Hall, 49, and firefighter specialist Arnaldo “Arnie” Quinones, 35, were killed near Mount Gleason (Camp 16) in the Angeles National Forest south of Acton on this day in 2009.

Captain Tedmund “Ted” Hall, 49, and firefighter specialist Arnaldo “Arnie” Quinones, 35
Join us to pause, remember and honor all of fire fighters and first responders who have lost their lives in the line of duty.  Each was a hard working individual who believed in what they were doing and were steadfast in their dedication while protecting and serving their community.  This time last year, Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Captain Tedmund “Ted” Hall, 49, and firefighter specialist Arnaldo “Arnie” Quinones, 35, were killed near Mount Gleason (Camp 16) in the Angeles National Forest south of Acton.  Their emergency response vehicle went over the side and fell 800 feet into a steep canyon amid intense fire activity while they tried to battle fast-moving flames on the Station fire.

Previous related stories: Los Angeles County Fire Department Line of Duty Death Memorial info 
LODD: STATION FIRE - LACoFD FIREFIGHTERS KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTYStation Fire: Southern California Fire Donation and Volunteer Information

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