Monday marked the somber three-year anniversary of a fire that led to two firefighter deaths in San Francisco’s Diamond Heights neighborhood.
A memorial service was held in San Francisco’s Diamond Height’s neighborhood to mark the one-year anniversary of two firefighters killed in the line of duty.
nvestigators reviewing last year’s house fire in Diamond Heights that killed two San Francisco firefighters issued a set of safety recommendations aimed at preventing a similar tragedy in the future.
The state Division of Occupational Safety and Health issued several severe citations and fines of up to $21,000 to the San Francisco Fire Department last week for violations related to a fire response in June that killed two veteran members of the force.
Two San Francisco firefighters, who lost their lives battling a blaze in Diamond Heights in June, were honored posthumously in Sacramento.
An investigation into the cause of a fire that claimed the lives of two San Francisco firefighters in June indicated that the blaze was accidental and most likely electrical in nature, fire officials said.
Thousands gathered Friday afternoon in San Francisco where a funeral honored two firefighters who died fighting a blaze in the city’s Diamond Heights neighborhood last week.
Firefighters from around the state will converge on San Francisco on Friday to attend the funeral service for two firemen who died after fighting a blaze in the city’s Diamond Heights neighborhood last week.
Investigators have determined the cause of a house fire that killed two San Francisco firefighters was accidental in nature.
San Francisco’s Coit Tower will be lit up in red this week to honor two firefighters who died after battling a fire in the city’s Diamond Heights neighborhood on Thursday.