Back Bay Fire Coverage
Michael Kennedy climbed the stairs with me and was greeted by my dinner guests. We all shared a light moment with this handsome firefighter interrupting our Easter supper.
The raging fire suddenly shot out of the windows as crews tried to fight the flames.
There’s an old saying in the Boston Fire Department: “The first act of bravery is signing the papers to join.”
The men who perished in the basement of 298 Beacon St. yesterday were remembered across the city on Thursday.
Officials spoke with Boston Public Radio Thursday about the two fallen firefighters.
The flames were raging out of control, fanned by 45 mile per hour winds sweeping off the Charles River.
At the Back Bay firehouse, flowers piled up outside the glass garage doors.
Just weeks before the first anniversary of the Marathon bombings, tragedy struck again in the Back Bay.
Two firefighters were killed in a fire that ripped through a Bay Back townhouse on Wednesday afternoon.