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    LODD Firefighter dies at Worcester blaze

    Thursday, December 8, 2011


    Firefighter dies at Worcester blaze

    By Linda Bock TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
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    WORCESTER — Fire officials have confirmed one firefighter died this morning at an apartment house fire on Arlington Street. A second firefighter is hospitalized.

    Fire officials said a tenant remains unaccounted for.

    The morning blaze, at 44 Arlington St., in the Vernon Hill section, has drawn a large response from fire and police investigators. Police tape now borders the building.

    A section of the structure collapsed.

    Traffic is being diverted from the area.

    City Manager Michael V. O'Brien, at the scene this morning, said the identity of the deceased firefighter is not being made public until family is notified.

    The Red Cross is on the scene. Officials said at least 12 people lived in the building.

    The fire was reported about 5 a.m.

    Return to telegram.com for more on this story.

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    A firefighter hoses down the smoldering remains of the back of 44 Arlington St. (T&G Staff/CHRIS CHRISTO)

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    LODD Worcester Fire

    Thursday, December 8, 2011


    Firefighter dies in Worcester blaze


    By Linda Bock TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
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    LODD Worcester Firefighter Jon Davies

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    LODD Prayers for Worcester Firefighter Jon Davies.

    Prayers for Worcester Firefighter Jon Davies and family.

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    Worcester Fire LODD

    Photos link from fire scene at 49 Arlington St Worcester Ma. 12-08-2011
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    Building of death had many violations

    December 8, 2011


    Building of death had many violations

    By Thomas Caywood TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF


    WORCESTER — The Arlington Street three-decker that burned early this morning, leading to the death of Firefighter Jon Davies and seriously injuring Firefighter Brian Carroll, had been the subject of three housing complaints, eight city inspections and numerous code violations over the last year, according to city records.

    The issue of uncorrected code violations, including structural defects in the foundation of the building — many of which hadn't been fixed more than three months after a city order requiring the work — was scheduled to be heard in Housing Court later this month.

    Jean S. Mui of Newton bought 49 Arlington St., a three-unit apartment house in July 2008 from Deutsche Bank, which had foreclosed on the previous owners.

    She also owns apartment houses on Bellevue and Lovell streets in the city, according to the county property records.

    Reached by telephone today, Ms. Mui said that she had only just recently moved back from Arizona to Newton and wasn't aware of any problems with her building on Arlington Street.

    “My property manager takes care of all that,” she said.

    The property manager, Michael Chan of Worcester, said in an interview tonight that the housing complaints were called in by disgruntled residents that he had evicted or was in the process of evicting for nonpayment of rent.

    Mr. Chan said he has spent hundreds of dollars in recent months hiring workers to haul away trash dumped on the property by current and former tenants and that he didn't feel safe going to the building for maintenance after arguments with tenants on the second floor.

    “I know every code violation that I have on any property, and I go fix it. The only reason I didn't fix them at that one is that I told the city, ‘If you guarantee my safety, I'll go fix it,' ” he said.

    On Monday, Mr. Chan said, he got a Housing Court judgment against the second-floor tenant, Diana M. Felix, for $2,270 in unpaid rent and that he intended to have her evicted after the ten day waiting period set out in the law elapsed next week.

    Tenants on the first and third floors had previously moved out of the building under the threat of eviction, but the locked units had been broken into several times, he said.

    Mr. Chan said he understands code inspectors are doing their jobs, but he said he feels frustrated that the city doesn't take into account the difficulty of keeping a building properly maintained when tenants aren't paying rent and, he claimed, lodging complaints in the hopes of slowing eviction proceedings.

    “The city of Worcester doesn't want to recognize that,” he said. “They just want to write code violations. They're good people, but they say they can't do anything, that it's the law.”

    For her part, Ms. Felix said in an interview tonight that she had been staying with friends for several nights but still had belongings in the second-floor apartment because she had nowhere else to take them.

    Ms. Felix said she had lived in the apartment with her 15-year-old triplets as well as a friend and her 11-year-old daughter. She said other friends occasionally slept over on weekends, but she disputed Mr. Chan's characterization that anyone in the apartment had threatened him or that she had over ten people living in the apartment with her.

    “Michael Chan is a guy when you call him, you won't see him for two months. Then he sends somebody to do the job half way. He's a bad property manager,” Ms. Felix said.

    “It was totally horrendous,” she said of the apartment. “I lived there for three months with a toilet that I couldn't use. I had to just close the door and use the other bathroom. There were rats all over the place. I could never use the oven, only the top of the stove.”

    Tenants at 25 Bellevue St. and 109 Lovell St., three-deckers also owned by Ms. Mui and managed by Mr. Chan, said in interviews today that the buildings were kept in fairly good repair and that they hadn't had any serious issues with Mr. Chan or maintenance of the properties.

    Amanda M. Wilson, Worcester's director of housing and health inspections, and city spokeswoman Nicole Valentine, did not respond today to requests for the status of any code violations at those two addresses and for a list of specific violations at the Arlington street property.

    Mr. Chan said Ms. Mui spent roughly $60,000 fixing up 49 Arlington St. after she bought the building, which was built in 1890 and previously renovated in 1972, according to city tax records.

    The city removed the building from its list of vacant houses in late May of last year after tenants began to move into the three-decker.

    The first of three tenant complaints against the new owner was lodged last December and resulted in an inspection that found five code violations, which were all corrected by February of this year after two additional inspections, according to city records.

    In late August, the city got a second tenant complaint. The city inspected the building again and found 14 code violations. As of September, only one violation had been corrected after further inspections, according to the city. The city took the owner to Housing Court seeking a court order to have the problems corrected. A hearing on the matter was scheduled for Dec. 21.

    Meanwhile, a tenant lodged a third complaint two weeks ago, prompting an inspection that found another two violations, according to the city.

    Mr. Chan said thieves stole copper pipes from the building in late September. He said he reported the theft to police on Sept. 27.

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    Fire at 49 Arlington Street killed Firefighter Jon Davies this morning. The building had been the subject of three housing complaints, eight city inspections and numerous code violations over the last year, according to city records. A Worcester firefighter stands here at the back of the wreckage. The skeleton of the building is at right, an excavator at left. (T&G Staff/CHRISTINE PETERSON)

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    Neighbors fear fires, devastated by firefighter's death

    Thursday, December 8, 2011


    Neighbors fear fires, devastated by firefighter's death

    By Bill Fortier TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
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    LODD Firefighter killed today was at 1999 fatal warehouse blaze

    Thursday, December 8, 2011


    Firefighter killed today was at 1999 fatal warehouse blaze


    By Scott J. Croteau, Priyanka Dayal and Aaron Nicodemus TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
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    Firefighter Jon D. Davies, who died battling today's blaze at 49 Arlington St., was among the firefighters who battled the fatal 1999 Worcester Cold Storage and Warehouse Co. fire that claimed the lives of six of his fellow firefighters.

    A 17-year veteran of the Worcester Fire Department, Firefighter Davies was one of the first to arrive and enter the deadly warehouse fire.

    The 43,-year-old has three sons

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    Firefighter families, others, grieve fallen hero

    Thursday, December 8, 2011


    Firefighter families, others, grieve fallen hero

    By Priyanka Dayal TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF

    WORCESTER — Firefighters are a special group. Each day they go to work, they make a special sacrifice, and that sacrifice unites them.

    So when one firefighter dies, his family — the whole firefighter family — grieves.
    Jennifer Blackmer is a member of that family. When she learned Firefighter Jon Davies died while trying to save people in a burning building yesterday, she felt compelled to pay her respects at the Franklin Street fire station, where Mr. Davies worked.

    “My boyfriend is a firefighter, my father is,” said Ms. Blackmer, of Worcester. “I wouldn't be able to lose them.”

    She left a bouquet of bright red roses at the fire station.

    The Franklin Street Station, though just three years old, has a painful history. It was built at the site of the warehouse where six firefighters died battling a blaze on Dec. 3, 1999.

    Just days after the 12th anniversary of that fire another tragedy involving firefighters has occurred. Firefighter Davies died and Firefighter Brian Carroll was injured battling a fire at 49 Arlington St. They were searching for a person reported to be trapped in the burning building when the building collapsed.

    A memorial outside the Franklin Street Station pays tribute to the firefighters who died in 1999. It includes a sculpture of a firefighter, kneeling in respect to his fallen brothers. After Firefighter Davies' death yesterday, visitors added to the memorial, leaving notes and bouquets of bright flowers.

    A message attached to a bunch of carnations said, “Thank you for your sacrifice. May you rest in peace.”

    Another bouquet bore a simpler message: “FREEDOM.”

    Many cars whizzed past the fire station yesterday afternoon, but some drivers slowed down as their eyes caught a glimpse of the memorial adorned with flowers.

    At the station, firefighters appeared to go about their daily work, as if yesterday was like any other day. But, of course, it wasn't.

    Sudden deaths like Mr. Davies' are always tragic. The fact that it happened so close to the anniversary of the warehouse fire — and so close to Christmas — made it somehow worse.

    “Near the holidays — it's sad,” said Ron Murphy of Worcester, a former volunteer firefighter who visited the station with his son and grandson.

    He called firefighters a brave group of men and women. “They risk their lives for people they don't even know,” he said. “It takes a special kind of man to do that.”

    Firefighters run in the Murphy family. Ron Murphy's father was a firefighter for 30 years, and his son, Brandin, is working to become one.

    Brandin Murphy was saddened, but not shaken, by Firefighter Davies' death. The incident will not change his plan to become a firefighter.

    “It makes me want to do it more,” said Mr. Murphy, who works as a carpenter.

    The flag outside the fire station was at half staff and black bunting hung over the station's garage.

    The day of mourning came on the heels of a remembrance ceremony held Saturday for the firefighters who died in 1999. That year, firefighters went inside the burning Worcester Cold Storage and Warehouse Co. building looking for two homeless people who had started the fire and were reported to be trapped. The homeless people, though, had escaped the burning building. The six firefighters were not as fortunate.

    On Saturday, a green wreath with six red ribbons was placed on the memorial wall that bears the faces of the fallen firefighters.

    “It's sad, so close to the date,” noted Megan Burden, manager at Pepe's restaurant, which sits next to the fire station.

    The Pepe's staff knows the Franklin Street firefighters well.

    “They come here for dinner a lot, a few beers after work,” Ms. Burden said. “They've all been unbelievably nice.”

    News of Firefighter Davies' death drew the attention and concern of firefighters across the state and the country.

    “It just drove home for firefighters everywhere that when you work a shift, you just never know if you are going to come back,” said Steve MacDonald, Boston Fire Department spokesman.

    He said firefighters across the state will wear black ribbons across their badges in the coming days as a way of honoring Firefighter Davies' sacrifice.

    “Firefighters will come together and grieve together, and they will do what they can for his family and for our fellow firefighters in Worcester,” Mr. MacDonald said. “I'm sure they are in shock right now.”

    John J. Monahan of the Telegram & Gazette staff contributed to this report.

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    A flag flies at half mast in the background as Worcester Firefighters Michael Owen, left, Brian Johnson and Jeremiah Lucey, right, watch a press conference taking place at the Franklin Street Fire Station in Worcester today in the aftermath of the death of Worcester Firefighter Jon Davies. Firefighter Davies died while fighting an Arlington Street fire early this morning. Firefighter Lucey is the son of Jeremiah M. Lucey, who was one of six Worcester firefighters who died in the Dec. 3, 1999, Worcester Cold Storage and Warehouse Co. fire. (T&G Staff/PAUL KAPTEYN)

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    Intense investigation of fatal fire continues

    Friday, December 9, 2011

    Intense investigation of fatal fire continues


    FIREFIGHTER CARROLL RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL

    By Linda Bock TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
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    WORCESTER — Fire officials say injured Firefighter Brian Carroll of Paxton, whose partner Jon Davies died in an Arlington Street blaze yesterday morning, was released from the hospital today.

    Deputy Fire Chief Geoffrey Gardell said he received a call today from the Paxton Police Department notifying him that Firefighter Carroll had been released.

    Firefighter Carroll was pulled from the rubble of a burning three decker that partially collapsed yesterday morning, trapping him in the basement and killing Firefighter Davies.

    City Manager Michael V. O'Brien, was among state and local officials who held a press conference early this afternoon to update the status of the investigation into the three-alarm fire in the city's Vernon Hill neighborhood.

    An aggressive and painstaking search of the burned-out building restarted this morning after being suspended overnight. Material from the toppled structure is being removed in sections.

    Cadaver dogs are being used to scour the rubble. Authorities said an unidentified male remains unaccounted for.

    He may be in the rubble or he may have fled the area, state Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan said. Authorities are confident they know the man's identify, although they are not releasing it to the public.

    At the same time, Mr. Coan said there is an intense investigation to figure out the cause and origin of the fire. When asked if the area is considered to be an active crime scene, Fire Marshal Coan said the investigation is being headed by the office of District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. The entire block of Arlington Street from Dorchester to Vernon streets is closed to the public. Yellow crime scene tape was put up, and Worcester police are standing guard.

    Fire Marshal Coan said he is urging the public to come forward with any information about the fire, including photos or video of the fire taken in its early stages.

    “At this point it remains, as I said, a very intense investigation,” he said. Tips can be forwarded via the state's arson hotline, 1 (800) 682-9229. “All potential causes remain on the table.”

    State building inspectors are also at the scene today, along with local inspectors, to examine the structural integrity of the building. Mr. O'Brien, responding to a reporter's question, defended the response time to the fire, saying it was not delayed by the closing of the Providence Street Fire Station. He said the response time, which was “under three minutes,” is within national firefighting standards.

    Deputy Fire Chief Gardell, also spoke at the press conference today. Afterwards, he said it was a collective group of fire officials who made the decision to send firefighters back into the building to search for the tenant who may not have made it out. Deputy Chief Gardell said there was also a safety officer at the building who did a 360-walk-around.

    “He saw no indication of a potential collapse,” Deputy Chief Gardell said.
    Deputy Chief Gardell served as the commander of Rescue 1 for 11 years. Firefighters Davies and Carroll were on Rescue 1.

    “It takes special guys to run on that truck,” Deputy Chief Gardell said.

    He said two teams of rescue personnel were sent into the building to search.

    There were six or seven firefighters searching for the potential tenant, according to Deputy Chief Gardell. An engine company backed the teams up, he said.

    “Though we're tough guys,” Deputy Chief Gardell said of firefighters, he said there are grief counselors available at every fire station in the city. He said this is a trying time for the entire department.

    Deputy Chief Gardell said while it is tough not to think about the six firefighters who lost their lives in the Dec. 3, 1999 fire, he would prefer to focus his thoughts and prayers on Firefighter Davies right now.

    “We don't want to lump him with the others,” Deputy Fire Chief Gardell said. “We want to give Jon Davies his due.”

    The same firefighters who worked the deadly fire at 49 Arlington St., were scheduled to work last night. Deputy Chief Gardell said firefighters throughout the department volunteered to work their shifts for them.

    Meanwhile a deep sadness and the smell of acrid smoke hang in the air at the fire scene.

    Aldona Sarkauskas of Leicester stopped by the Vernon Hill neighborhood today where she grew up. Her eyes were filled with tears.

    “I just had to come and pray where this firefighter died,” Ms. Sarkauskas said. “This beautiful fireman was just trying to save a life.”

    The community is rallying around the Fire Department.

    The culinary arts department at Worcester Technical High School, as it did after the 1999 Cold Storage and Warehouse fire, made lunch for firefighters yesterday, delivering enough food for 50 people to the Franklin Street fire station at around 1 p.m., according to Assistant Principal Mary O'Malley. “The kids are wonderful.

    They always want to do their part,” said Ms. O'Malley, a former member of the culinary arts department.

    Two of Mr. Davies' sons, Michael and Jon Jr., graduated from the plumbing program at Worcester Technical High School, Ms. O'Malley said. Michael graduated in 2010 and Jon in 2007.

    Mr. Davies' funeral has been scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, 24 Mulberry St.

    Scott J. Croteau of the Telegram & Gazette staff contributed to this report.


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    Flowers, flags and candles from well-wishers decorate the memorial for the six Worcester firefighters killed in the Dec. 3, 1999, Worcester Cold Storage and Warehouse Co. fire in front of the Franklin Street fire station. (T&G Staff/PAUL KAPTEYN)

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    Fire Scene assorted photos link.

    Fatal fire investigation continues.

    Photo T&G Staff TOM RETTIG

    Link of photos below.
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    Dealing with grief a team effort

    Saturday, December 10, 2011

    Dealing with grief a team effort

    Resources available to help firefighters

    WORCESTER — Black bunting hangs where Christmas garland might be on the front of the South Division fire station, and from Greendale to Webster Square, fire station flags flew at half staff yesterday.

    Inside the stations, the city’s firefighters are grieving the death Thursday of Firefighter Jon Davies even as they work to keep the city safe. Several firefighters approached said only a spokesman could talk with a reporter yesterday, but people who have been part of the aftermath of firefighter deaths asked for people’s prayers and said structures are in place to help firefighters cope.

    Worcester’s firefighters carry a particularly heavy burden given that Mr. Davies’ death came within days of the 12th anniversary of the Worcester Cold Storage and Warehouse Co. fire in which six firefighters died.

    Lancaster Deputy Fire Chief Michael J. Hanson said that after Martin H. McNamara V died fighting a fire in 2003, his department met with a critical incident stress management team (one of 12 in the state, including Worcester’s) and stuck together. “After they (the stress management team) left, the guys kind of gathered together,” Deputy Chief Hanson said. “Pretty much for the next couple days, no one kind of left each other, and just talked … Some guys, they didn’t want to go home.

    “Our guys are still coping with it, and for us, it’s been eight years,” Deputy Chief Hanson continued. “I can only imagine what those guys are feeling.”

    Norwell Fire Chief T. Andrew Reardon, who has been involved with the stress management teams, said, “What a firefighter goes through can at points be a little bit overwhelming… It doesn’t cause you to stop doing what you’ve gotta do, but certainly it makes you draw a breath.

    “Firefighters are a pretty closed-mouth group. Their focus is clearly going to be on the task at hand and then taking care of their own. What the stress folks try to do is make sure the firefighters are not only taking care of the matter at hand but also taking care of themselves.”

    Stress management teams are not mental health professionals, although they can help with referrals to mental health services, he said. What the teams do is give people a chance to talk through what happened and put some order to the chaos of emotion, Chief Reardon said. However, he noted, it’s just one tool, and it isn’t for everyone. There has been debate nationally over whether it is the best approach immediately after an incident, and the chief noted that officials “have to acknowledge the right of the person to say no.”

    Deputy Chief Hanson said Lancaster firefighters received different levels of counseling depending on how close to Mr. McNamara’s death they were. Even though some just listened, he said, “I can’t say that anybody walked away saying it didn’t help.”

    For first responders that need more help, there is the On-Site Academy, a nonprofit residential treatment and training center. It has campuses in Gardner and Westminster and focuses on critical incident stress management, according to its website.

    Another source of support can be a fire department chaplain. While not every department has a chaplain, the Massachusetts Corps of Fire Chaplains has a wide reach.

    The Rev. Susan Suchocki Brown of the First Church Unitarian Universalist in Leominster, is chaplain for the Leominster Fire Department and a member of the Corps of Fire Chaplains. She came to Worcester after the warehouse fire in 1999 and also worked at ground zero in New York City.

    “We just kind of stand there and pray and try to be available if someone wants to talk with us and be a listening force and try to bring some of the spiritual into bad situations,” she said.

    “We are all incredibly sad. Any time a firefighter doesn’t return from fighting a fire and loses their life in the service of trying to help someone else, the sadness is insurmountable. We need prayers. We need everyone’s prayers and support,” she said.

    By Jacqueline Reis TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
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    Photo. A flag is draped over the statue at the Firefighters Memorial yesterday at the Franklin Street fire station.
    (T&G Staff/TOM RETTIG)

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    Funeral Details Worcester Firefighter Jon D. Davies Sr

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    Fire Fighter Jon D. Davies Sr., of Worcester; a 17 year Worcester Firefighter assigned to Rescue Squad 1, passed away Thursday December 8th 2011, from injuries suffered in the line in duty while trying to rescue a resident from a fire at 49 Arlington St in Worcester.
    Jon was born August 1st 1968, in Worcester; his father was the late Robert L. Davies. He graduated from Holy Name High School and has lived here all his life.
    Jon leaves behind, three sons, Senior Airman Jon D Davies, Jr. serving with the U.S. Air Force in Afghanistan and his girl friend Jen Shoman; Airman First Class Michael L. Davies ,U.S. Air Force and Adam J. Davies of Worcester; his fianc

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    Funeral Details ALL PFFM MEMBERS

    TO: ALL PFFM MEMBERS

    From: The Office of the President

    Date: December 12, 2011

    RE: Worcester Bus Transportation


    Dear Brothers & Sisters:

    The Following Bus transportation has been coordinated for our member’s convenience in getting to Worcester on Thursday, December 15, 2011.


    From the EAST:

    Boston (Dorchester) - Florian Hall - MBTA Busses leave at 7AM.

    Somerville - Assembly Square Mall - MBTA Busses leave at 7AM.


    From the WEST:

    West Springfield - Big “E” Firehouse - Busses leave at 7AM.

    Holyoke - Please call Timmy Leary 413-250-7606.

    All of the busses will be dropping at Shrewsbury Street from the corner of Mulbury Street to Hill Street. Worcester PD will direct.

    The Collation will be held at the DCU Center from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM.

    Fraternally,

    Edward A. Kelly

    President

    Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts



    Phoenix Fire Dept. and United Phoenix Firefighters IAFF Local 493 will be represented at Jon Davies, Sr. Funeral in Worcester on Thursday.

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