A veteran firefighter’s widow has accused the City of Dallas and its fire department of a coverup in her husband’s death – an accusation Dallas fire officials deny.
The Dallas Fire Fighters’ Association is calling for a new investigation, because they believe at least one, or maybe several, Dallas firefighters may not be telling the truth about what happened on the morning Stan Wilson died.
Sixteen months after Dallas firefighter Stan Wilson died when a burning building collapsed on him, the Dallas Fire and Rescue Department on Friday took some responsibility for his death.
“Do the right thing.” That’s the message Jenny Wilson is sending to the Dallas Fire Department. “Let us know what happened.” It’s been more than 14 months since her husband, Stan Wilson, a veteran Dallas Firefighter, died battling a North Dallas apartment fire.
Funeral and viewing services are set for Sunday and Monday for the Dallas firefighter who fell to his death while assisting with a major car crash during an ice storm.
Funeral services have been set for the Dallas firefighter who fell to his death while assisting with a major car crash during Monday’s ice storm.
Tuesday night a Dallas firefighter was being remembered as a father, husband and man who died helping others. It was late Monday when William “Scott” Tanksley was working at the scene of a crash on the southbound Spur 408 exit-ramp.
CBS 11 News has learned federal agents are now investigating the six-alarm condominium fire in which a Dallas firefighter was trapped and killed.
Standing on a stage behind flag-covered caskets, President Barack Obama told the residents of West that while he and others may not live in Texas, they are neighbors, and are also grappling with the town’s loss.
Complete coverage of nearly three hour memorial service dedicated to 12 first responders who lost their lives in West Fertilizer plant explosion.
In West, there are still too many questions, too much work, and too much worry for the devastated city to stop moving—even to mourn.
It started with a procession that included dozens of fire trucks and cars and pickups filled with men and women in uniform. The memorial service for those killed in the West Fertilizer Company explosion was held at the Ferrell Center on the Baylor University campus.