No Cause In Fatal Worcester Fire

Western Massachusetts officials are  reacting to the death of a firefighter in Worcester.  

Christopher Roy  was battling a five-alarm blaze on Sunday when he became trapped.  

In a  statement, Springfield  Mayor Domenic Sarno expressed sympathy, thoughts, prayers and  encouragement on behalf of Fire Commissioner B.J. Calvi and the rest of  the city.  

Congressman Jim McGovern, who represents Worcester, said he  was deeply saddened to learn of Roy's death, and noted December is  already a difficult month for the Worcester Fire Department because of  previous tragedies.

Worcester has endured several deadly fires over the last 20 years.  

It was 19 years ago this month that six Worcester Firefighters died in a massive warehouse fire.

In 2011, Firefighter Jon Davies died while searching for victims in a December 8th fire.

Funeral arrangements have not been announced for Roy, who was 36 and leaves a 9 year old daughter among others.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

(picture provided by Worcester Fire Department)


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