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« on: October 27, 2006, 07:50:06 PM »

California Wild Fires: God Bless those Real Heros 4 Fire Fighters have Died and One Hospitalized in Critical Condition

http://www.scaredmonkeys.com/2006/10/27/california-wild-fires-god-bless-those-real-heros-4-fire-fighters-have-died-and-one-hospitalized-in-critical-condition/

Dana did a commentary the other day on hero's in part reading the letter from the family web site for Jennifer Kesse.

http://www.scaredmonkeys.com/radio/podpress_trac/web/29/0/26oct2006c.mp3

We witnessed those very people mentioned in that letter and Dana's commentary give their lives the other day. Four firefighters were killed battling the blazes in CA.

We say a prayer for these heros and for their families, friends and loved ones. Those that would sacrifice their lives to protect life and property.

Engine Capt. Mark Loutzenhiser, 44, of Idyllwild. Loutzenhiser had 21 years of service.
Engine operator Jess McLean, 27, of Beaumont. He had seven years of service.
Assistant engine operator Jason McKay, 27, of Phelan. McKay had five years with the Forest Service experience and four years of experience as a volunteer firefighter.
Firefighter Daniel Hoover-Najera, 20, of San Jacinto. He was in his second season of firefighting.
The critically injured firefighter was identified as Pablo Cerda, 23, of Fountain Valley.
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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2006, 03:31:16 AM »

Pablo Cerda, 23, is burned over 90% of his body. Friday, our dear Governator secretly visited him (unconscious) and his family, entering and exiting the hospital through the back. Pablo's prognosis is poor.
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