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Did you know that if a fire starts in your home you may have as little as two minutes to escape? A fire escape plan that has been practiced regularly can save lives.
Ryche Guerrero, long time CVFD photographer, passed away in early 2020 surrounded by family after a long battle with cancer. We would like to share this video as a tribute to Ryche's 20 years of service to Community VFD.
Ryche climbing the 100 foot ladder of Tower 93 is very symbolic of his fight against cancer. Ryche was terminal at the time this was filmed, and his strength was not what it once was. That didn't stop him though. This was his first and only time to climb to the top of one of our aerials, and he was so proud of his accomplishment. He fought through some hard spots near the top, but he never gave up and kept on climbing. Ryche has now climbed to the top of his fight against cancer. While he will be sincerely missed, we are comforted in knowing that he has conquered the disease in a way in which it can no longer cause any further suffering for him.
Rest in Peace, Ryche. We'll take it from here.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a firefighter? We welcomed Unspeakable to give it a try at the Stephen R. Fowler Training Facility. They didn't quite make the cut this time, but if you're interested in trying it for yourself, check out our fire academy page.