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Jack Bergeron

Fire Chief

Lawrence Public Schools

HQ Phone:  (978) 975-5900

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Lawrence Public Schools

255 ESSEX ST

Lawrence, Massachusetts,01840

United States

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Fire Chief

City of Lawrence


ief, Retired

City of Lawrence, MA Fire Department


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The Eagle-Tribune


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Police Officers, Firefighters and EMTs of the Year (Lawrence, Andover, North Andover) | The Valley Patriot

valleypatriot.com [cached]

Nominated by Lawrence Fire Chief Jack Bergeron.


valleypatriot.com

Nominated by Lawrence Fire Chief Jack Bergeron.


www.eagletribune.com

Lawrence Fire Chief Jack Bergeron said the building was gutted, probably beyond repair, and estimated the fire damage and loss of personal items was "at least $300,000.
Both families also lost their artificial Christmas trees and many of their Christmas presents. Bergeron said he was relieved that early reports of tenants being trapped inside the building turned out to be false. Bergeron said he was unaware of the complaints. He stressed tenants with similar concerns should be contacting the Fire Department or the city's Department of Inspectional Services to lodge a complaint. "We can take action against the owner to bring things up to code if they're not cooperative," Bergeron said.


www.eagletribune.com

Lawrence Fire Chief Jack Bergeron said the fire started in the attic and the cause is still undetermined.
"I thought firefighters would just put it out, but when I went outside and looked up, the house was fully engulfed. It was frightening," she said.


rumbonews.com

I can't say enough about the heroism demonstrated that day for the first responders", said Lawrence Fire Department Chief Jack Bergeron and went on to explain that the worst scenario a firefighter can face is a fire in the upper floors of a high-rise building.


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