PA Firefighters Pay Tribute to Volunteer Who Died in Line of Duty


By Jeremy Arias

Lebanon County (PA) - It was an emotional scene Friday in North Cornwall Township as members of the Quentin Volunteer Fire Company (QVFC) members were joined by other Lebanon County firefighters to salute Bruce Sensenig, 20, who died in the line of duty Monday.

QQVFC Chief Stanley Singer and dozens of local firefighters gathered Friday to salute the funeral procession for Sensenig. More than two dozen fire engines and apparatus converged on the Lebanon County Expo Center at 8:30 a.m.

Sensenig was killed Monday afternoon after he apparently lost control of his vehicle while driving to the station through heavy rainfall to respond to a fire call. QVFC firefighters responded to the scene of the crash off Sprangler Road.

A display draped with Sensenig's fire jacket and helmet stood overlooking Rocherty Road and firefighters from Cleona, Annville, Palmyra and other area companies filed silently past, solemnly paying their respects. For Singer and the other members of his company, the show of solidarity was perhaps the sole point of comfort during an otherwise painful time.

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