Plaque unveiled for Wimbledon firefighter who died in line of duty
A plaque to commemorate a Wimbledon firefighter who died in the line of duty was unveiled on 28 April, close to the anniversary of his death and close to where the incident took place. Anthony Marshall was just 26 years…
Forgotten firefighter remembered with plaque after 50 years
A plaque has been unveiled in memory of a fallen firefighter, after a fellow firefighter uncovered details of his life and passing nearly 50 years after he passed away. Wilfred McLaughlan was attending a fire in a factory when the…
King’s Cross fire: plaque unveiled for fallen firefighter on anniversary
A new plaque has been unveiled to remember the firefighter who died in the King’s Cross fire in 1987. The fire is one of the worst fires in recent British history, with 31 people losing their lives and more than…
FDNY adds 25 names to Memorial Wall for deaths related to World Trade Center illnesses
The FDNY added the names of 25 members who died of illnesses related to their work in the rescue and recovery efforts at the World Trade Center to the FDNY World Trade Center Memorial Wall at an outdoor ceremony held…
Remembering the Tragedy of 9/11

Today marks the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks which took the innocent lives of so many and left many more in mourning. We will all have our memories of hearing of the multiple events on that fateful day and…

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