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The scene of last week’s deadly five-alarm fire which killed four Houston Fire Department firefighters is still dangerous; nevertheless, investigators continue to comb through the rubble looking for clues as to how the fire began.
Officials have released additional details about Wednesday’s public memorial for four Houston Fire Department firefighters who were killed battling a building blaze last Friday.
As the city of Houston prepares to say goodbye to the four fallen firefighters who lost their lives battling a building blaze last Friday, CBS Houston has learned of a way in which you can help their families directly.
This week the city of Houston will have the opportunity to say goodbye to four firefighters killed in the line of duty last week.
On Sunday, the bodies of four fallen HFD firefighters were transported to funeral homes. The four firefighters were killed battling a blaze at a building located on the Southwest Freeway.
The names of the fallen HFD firefighters were released late Friday evening. Four firefighters perished after fighting a five-alarm blaze Friday afternoon.
With four Houston firefighters dead after battling a five-alarm blaze Friday afternoon, officials marked Friday as the deadliest day for the Houston Fire Department.
Late Friday afternoon, officials with Houston Mayor Annise Parker’s office confirmed that four firefighters lost their lives battling a five-alarm blaze.
A man lost his life over the weekend after his efforts to pull him from a house fire were unsuccessful.
Authorities are investigating after a suspicious envelope was found at a Houston school.