Leadership

Montreal District Chief Dead

Issue 25 and Volume 83.

Montreal District Chief Dead Arthur Fiset, District Chief of the Fire Department of Montreal, Canada, died at the Notre Dame Hospital as the result of injuries received while responding to a secondalarm fire. He was off duty but was called out to replace another officer when the second alarm sounded for a school fire. While answering a fire alarm, his car collided with another automobile. The chief’s car was overturned and Fiset was crushed underneath. Director Raoul Gauthier who was busily directing his men at the two-alarm fire in the Montcalm School was notified of the accident immediately and he rushed to the injured officer’s bedside. District Chief Fiset was forty-nine years old and had been associated with the Montreal Fire Department for the past twenty years. Red Bank Company Planning Christmas Relief—For twenty years, Independent Engine Company No. 2 of Red Bank, N. J., has been giving aid to…

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