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Fire Captain David Rosa Fundraiser


This fundraiser is now closed. In memory of Firefighter David Rosa, $2,870.52 has been donated to the Friend of Long Beach Firefighters.

Capt. David Rosa, 45, was part of the response to the 11-story Covenant Manor in the 600 block of East 4th Street in the downtown area over reports of an explosion and fire. After extinguishing the blaze, firefighters searched the building and a gunman opened fire.

Rosa and firefighter Ernesto Torres, 35, were shot. Torres, a 10-year veteran with the department, suffered a graze wound, but Rosa suffered fatal wounds and was pronounced dead at the hospital. Torres was later released from the hospital after receiving treatment.

A procession was held as Rosa's body was taken to the coroner's facility in Los Angeles. The 17-year veteran was married with two sons ages 16 and 25.

Source: http://abc7.com/community-mourns-loss-of-long-beach-fire-capt-david-rosa/3653209/

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