ST. Louis FireFighter Shot and Killed Trying to help at a Car Wreck.

A ST. Louis Firefighter was shot and killed tonight . The Firefighter stopped to help what he thought was a car wreck. Little did he know it was a robbery suspect who just robbed a store and wrecked a car he stole. The robber then shot the ST. Louis Firefighter in the chest and stole his Fire Dept. Vehicle. The suspect then crashed and got into a shootout with police officers. The ST. Louis Firefighter was taken to a nearby Hospital where he later died of his injuries. The suspect was also killed by police. Let us take time to pray for his family and friends. Let him rest in peace.

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So very sorry to learn of this tragedy. Thoughts and prayers go out to family, friends and co-workers.
whats with this world today. my prayers are with his family and friends
My thoughts and prayers go out to all of his family, friends, and co-workers. It is a shame to loss one of our brothers.
Something very similar happened to a corrections officer in Buckeye, AZ about a week ago by two high school students. One of them laid in the street pretending to be injured. When the officer stopped, the second suspect shot the off duty officer in the chest and killed him. They then stole his car and torched it in the desert a short time later. The Officer was in his early twenties, married and had a three month old daughter.
My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
good thing they shot that bastard i would gone up there and shot him myself, RIP to the Firefighter and my condolences to the ST Louis fire dept
This is Very Sad New to hear..My Condolences to his Family and Friends..
Very sad news, my deepest condolences to his family. I also work in St. Louis, kinda scared.
My codolence and prayers goes out to the family and the St. Louis Fire Department. People these days dont care who they hurt . I will keep family and Department in my Prayers
Mike & All The Other St Louis Brothers on here,

My family & I send our thoughts & prayers to the family of the departed brother and to the rest of the St Louis FD!!!


Floyd Aldridge Jr
DCFD Local 36 (RETIRED)
God bless him

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