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Police have pulled their officers from standing guard over what's left of the
apartment building on Magnolia Street where firefighters James Dickman and
Stephen Machcinski died.
metal fence went up around the charred building Friday to keep the scene
secure. And although the police have pulled their detail, the memories are
still alive and the road to healing is just beginning.
know that 528 Magnolia will live in all of our memories," said Lt. Matthew
Hertzfeld, of Toledo Fire and Rescue.
Friday, members of Engine 3 visited the scene where they lost two of their
we drive past that building, as we look at that building and we remember what
happened there, it absolutely is a part of us now," Hertzfeld said. "It's a
part of our healing process."
has come to the TFD from all across the nation. They recently received a ‘happy
box' from Prescott, AZ dispatchers, who lost 19 firefighters in a wildfire last
understand what it's like to be on the other end of that radio, understand what
it's like to hear that mayday call," said Hertzfeld.
happy box was filled with kind notes, candy and other treats to bring smiles to
the faces of the department.
see that comes as a gift for them, I think it meant a lot to them. It did what
it was intended to do. It was a happy box and it brought a smile to their
the support of communities near and far, TFD has every intention of remaining
dispatchers plan to refill the happy box and send it along to another
department when they have a tragedy.
Toledo community is still rallying around TFD, raising money and showing them
support. See our Fallen Heroes
section for all the details.