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Jason Menard, 39 - Worcester, MA
Jason Menard Lieutenant Worcester Fire Department Worcester, MA Age: 39 Gender: Male Status: Career Years of Service: 9 Date of Incident: November 13, 2019 Date of Death: November 13, 2019 In the early morning hours of Wednesday, November 13, 2019, Lieutenant Jason Menard and his crew responded to a multi-residential structure fire, with heavy smoke coming from the building. The fire grew to four alarms and, at one point, firefighters issued a mayday call from the third floor. Lieutenant Menard and other firefighters became trapped by heavy fire conditions. He helped two firefighters escape the blaze, but the fire quickly worsened and Lieutenant Menard was unable to flee and succumbed to his injuries. Three other firefighters were taken to the hospital. Two of the firefighters have been released and the third is in serious condition.
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