WORCESTER – On Tuesday evening, the Worcester Fire Department paid tribute to the six Worcester firefighters lost in the Worcester Cold Storage fire 20 years ago on Dec 3, 1999.
Earlier in the day, the Leary Firefighters Foundation released the first part of their five-part mini-documentary, “Worcester 6: Heroes Remembered.”
WATCH BELOW: “Worcester 6: Heroes Remembered”
The documentary explores the lives of the six firefighters — Lieutenant Thomas Spencer, Firefighter Paul Brotherton, Firefighter Timothy Jackson, Firefighter Jeremiah Lucey II, Lieutenant James Lyons and Firefighter Joseph McGuirk — through interviews with relatives and other firefighters that were on the job 20 years ago.
The Leary Firefighters Foundation was established by actor and Worcester native Denis Leary following the tragic events of Dec. 3, 1999.
The next four parts will be aired at LearyFirefighters.org and on Leary Firefighters Foundation social media accounts.
Lead photo credit: Leary Firefighters Foundation
Follow us on The016.com, the social network for Worcester and you!
Governor Charlie Baker’s office announced the launch of free COVID-19 testing sites in eight communities from July 10 to to August 14.
The Worcester Division of Public Health and the Department of Inspectional Services because of laboratory testing showing high levels of E. Coli.
Former accountant for the town of Uxbridge, Justin Cole, 38, of Harvard, is facing 16 counts for various crimes related to the theft of $729,000 over a five-year period. According to Attorney General Maura Healey, the funds were stolen from the towns of Uxbridge and...