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Firefighter killed saving 2 others

CBS News Thursday, 14 November 2019
A Worcester, Massachusetts, firefighter was killed in the line of duty while helping to save others. Lieutenant Jason Menard was killed just hours before he was supposed to go on a trip to Disney World with his family. Meg Oliver reports.
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"Lt. (Jason) Menard heroically and selflessly saved his crew, helping a probationary firefighter to the stairs and then returning to help another trapped firefighter, helping him out the window. Fire conditions overtook the third floor at this time, and Lt. Menard was unable to escape."

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