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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Houston LODDs Memorial Service Information and Firefighter Injury Updates

 As you are already aware, Captain EMT Matthew Renaud, 35, Engineer Operator EMT Robert Bebee, 41, Firefighter EMT Robert Garner, 29, and Probationary Firefighter Anne Sullivan, 24, all gave their lives in the Line of Duty on Friday.

Houston Fire Department Line of Duty Deaths 5.31.13

HFD LODD's: "Signal 7-1", May 31, 2013 (*UPDATED June 1, 2013*)
HFD LODD's: "Signal 7-1", May 31, 2013 (*UPDATED June 1, 2013*)
June 1, 2013 Accounts have been set up for the benefit of our fallen brothers and sister at the Houston Texas…
Location: Media in Houston is reporting that the memorial service will be held at Reliant Stadium - and that appears to be accurate
Reported Date/time: Media in Houston is reporting that the memorial service will be held on Wednesday, at Reliant Stadium
Contact: AFF Local 341: http://www.local341.org
Agency: HFD: http://www.houstongovnewsroom.org

Accounts have been set up for the benefit of our fallen brothers and sister at the Houston Texas Fire Fighters Federal Credit Union
Captain Matthew Renaud: Account #236014
Engineer-Operator Robert Bebee: Account #236015
Fire Fighter Robert Garner: Account #236016
Fire Fighter Anne Sullivan: Account #236017
ALSO,
Donations are being accepted by The 100 Club of Houston.  To donate CLICK HERE
Please contact Trustee John Franco ( francoj@gmail.com) to volunteer with any assistance you are able to offer. 
Release Date: 06.01.2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Houston Fire Department Line of Duty Deaths - All 4 Member Photos

The Houston Fire Department is saddened and deeply regrets to list the following members who gave the ultimate sacrifice from a fire in Southwest Houston yesterday afternoon.
HFD Captain Matthew Renaud
Captain EMT Matthew Renaud (35) of Station 51. He began his career with the Houston Fire Department in October of 2001.
http://www.houstontx.gov/fire/MatthewRenaud.jpg

HFD Engineer Operator Robert Bebee
Engineer Operator EMT Robert Bebee (41) of Station 51. He began his career with the Houston Fire Department in August of 2001.
http://www.houstontx.gov/fire/RobertBebee.jpg

HFD Firefighter Robert Garner
Firefighter EMT Robert Garner (29) of Station 68. He began his career with the Houston Fire Department in October of 2010.
http://www.houstontx.gov/fire/RobertGarner.jpg

HFD Probationary Firefighter Anne Sullivan
Probationary Firefighter Anne Sullivan (24) of Station 68. She graduated from Houston Fire Department Academy this past April and was assigned to Fire Station 68.
http://www.houstontx.gov/fire/AnneSullivan.jpg


Our deepest thoughts and prayers are with not only those friends and family of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice today but also those who were injured and all members of our department.
Contacts and information:
IAFF Local 341: http://www.local341.org HFD: http://www.houstongovnewsroom.org

Injuries: Of the HFD Firefighters still hospitalized from the fire and "catastrophic" collapse, the most critical is Captain William Dowling from Engine 68. He is listed in critical condition in the ICU burns unit. Reports are that both of his legs have now been amputated.

Additionally, the injured Firefighters who reportedly remain in the hospital are:
-Engineer Operator Anthony Livesay - Rescue 42
-Firefighter EMT Robert Yarbrough - Rescue 42
-Firefighter EMT Foster Santos - Rescue 11
-Engineer Operator/Paramedic Marcus Hernandez - Medic 3

Updates here at HFD / IAFF Local 341 http://www.local341.org Facebook https://www.facebook.com/IAFF341 and twitter 
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