The Dallas Fire-Rescue members listed on this page
gave their lives serving the citizens of Dallas in their time of need.
Advances in technology, safety awareness and fire education have
reduced the number of deaths over the years, of both citizens and firefighters.
Dallas Fire-Rescue continues to attempt to reduce citizen deaths,
with public awareness courses and installation of no-cost smoke detectors
to the citizens of Dallas. Likewise, Dallas Fire-Rescue members
now receive advanced training in emergency medicine, hazardous
materials, airport rescue firefighting, high angle rope rescue, confined
space rescue, all types of fire suppression,
and safe driving techniques.
Where available, newspaper articles are provided detailing the
circumstances of Dallas Firefighter's deaths. The
articles are provided for information purposes only.
On November 15, 2003 a Special Memorial Service was
held at the Dodd G. Miller Training Center and the following members
names were added to the Fallen Firefighters Monument.
|John W. Hendrix
|William T. Cochran
|Jess S. Mitchell
|Raymond P. Miller
|Morris C. Storrs
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