Brice Trossbach, Naval Air Station Patuxent River firefighter died in house fire while on duty

Brice Trossbach Death – The Leonardtown firefighter, family members and friends mourn the death of Brice Trossbach. Brice Trossbach, a Leonardtown firefighter passed away while he was on duty and responding to a house fire in Maryland. The incident happened after the fighters were summoned to a home in Leonardtown that was located in the 20500 block of Deer Wood Park Drive following house fire incident at around 5:30 in the morning. The home had a total floor area of 2,500 square feet.

Maryland house fire incident

Officials from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives in Baltimore as well as officials from the county have confirmed that a firefighter from Naval Air Station Patuxent River passed away while responding to the fire incident. The hospital and the office of the state medical examiner in Baltimore, which is located in Baltimore, were both visited by a procession that carried his body. On Tuesday afternoon, Senior Deputy State Fire Marshal Oliver Alkire expressed his office’s condolences and provided an update regarding the investigation into the fire.

According to Alkire, Brice was part of one of the first crews to enter the building, and he ended up falling from the first floor into the basement. The blaze has been brought under control, but the house is a total loss. The wreckage is being sifted through by investigators so that they may pinpoint the source of the fire and determine what caused it.

T-Bone Heather posted on Facebook that “NAS Patuxent River Mourns Loss of Firefighter Brice C. Trossbach It is with profound sadness and a heavy heart that NAS Patuxent River announces the tragic loss of one of our brave fire fighters, Brice C. Trossbach, who died in the line of duty while responding to a mutual aid call of a fire in Leonardtown, Md. June 27. We kindly request that the privacy of the Trossbach family be respected during this challenging time of grieving. Information regarding memorial services and other related arrangements will be communicated as soon as they are finalized.”

Alkire stated that before to the fire, the family heard a really loud boom. Investigation into the fire is being conducted by more than a dozen members of the state fire marshal’s office. While the investigation is continuing, the scene will be secured by the Maryland State Police.

Brice Trossbach, obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members

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