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 widow of a Dallas firefighter will hold a press conference tomorrow to demand accountability and change within the Dallas Fire and Rescue Department.
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.
The family of fallen firefighter Stan Wilson is challenging the city of Dallas’ claim that it is keeping an investigation under wraps because of an ongoing arson investigation.
The city of Dallas has told the widow of a fallen firefighter that it can not release the findings of his death because of an ongoing “criminal investigation” into possible arson.
“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.
The widow of Dallas firefighter Stan Wilson has issued a ‘demand’ letter to Dallas Fire-Rescue Chief Louie Bright, asking for the city’s findings on her husband’s death.
Stan Wilson was a fireman. He happened to work in Dallas. Wilson died in the line of duty. He and four other Dallas firefighters entered a burning apartment complex in search of saving lives. WIlson’s widow sat down and talked with CBS 11 News.
Behind the smoke… behind the fire… there was confusion, flawed communications and a sense that things were getting out of control.