Côte Saint-Luc to honour Montreal firefighters

At the City Council Meeting of Monday, January 21, the City of Côte Saint-Luc will honour the Montreal firefighters who saved two workers from the side of a building in November.

The City Council will present certificates of appreciation to the firefighters from Station 27--including the members of its High Angle and Closed Spaces Rescue Team--and firefighters from Station 78. On the morning of November 8, 2018, two workers were stranded on the side of a high-rise at 5470 Cavendish Blvd. following the partial collapse of their scaffolding. The firefighters rescued the workers, secured the area, and removed the scaffolding.

The firefighters to be honoured include the following (their station number and team number are in parentheses):

  • Lieutenant Sébastien Trempe (27-2)

  • Pompier Patrick Tremblay (27-2)

  • Pompier Maxime Boucher (27-2)

  • Pompier Nicolas St-Onge (27-2)

  • Capitaine Patrick Forget (78-2)

  • Pompier Jean-Michel Lachance (78-3)

  • Pompier Jérémie Bernier-Brodeur (78-2)

  • Pompier David Donohue (78-2)

  • Pompier Marc-Olivier Bouchard (78-2)

  • Pompier François Rhéaume (78-4)

 

The presentation of certificates will take place at the start of the monthly meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council at 8pm. Côte Saint-Luc City Hall is located at 5801 Cavendish Blvd.

 

 

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