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Jakeland LODD Procession
The Line of Duty Death funeral procession of Jakeland Firefighter Jason Smith, ending at St. Mark's Church in Lego Twp. On April 9, 2011, Jakeland Fire Department laid to rest Firefighter Jason Smith, who died in the line of duty on April 6, 2011. Departments from around the Lego Fire Community came to pay their final respects at St. Mark's Church in Lego Twp, across from Lego Township Fire Headquarters. In addition to the Jakeland Fire Department, apparatus from Rochelle Heights, Brick Twp, Bergen Heights, Port Lego, North Lereado County, Riverside Borough, St. Lego and Lego Twp made up the procession, as firefighters from all around saluted their fallen comrade. The ladder arch was setup by St. Lego Ladder 8 and North Leredo County Ladder 1. Special thanks to the Jakeland, North Leredo County and Lego Twp PD for their assistance in diverting traffic, expecially on Route 35.
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  May 6, 2012
This is a great scene you made. Absolutely impressive seeing this procession.
Bob K
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Andrew D
  December 13, 2011
nice
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  June 9, 2011
Quoting Tony S Probably the only time a tiller will ever be in Lego Twp
True that! :-)
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  June 8, 2011
Probably the only time a tiller will ever be in Lego Twp
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  June 8, 2011
great scenes! such buildings you have!
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  April 19, 2011
Quoting Matt Jacobsen what is really neat about this incident is the different perspectives that each of us took taking pics. some of the pics of some of the trucks are really neat how you took them vs how i took the pic. we are going to have to get together again, maybe for the big 1!!!!
Sounds good! When we do, I'll give you back the deceased and his family. ;)
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  April 19, 2011
what is really neat about this incident is the different perspectives that each of us took taking pics. some of the pics of some of the trucks are really neat how you took them vs how i took the pic. we are going to have to get together again, maybe for the big 1!!!!
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  April 19, 2011
Quoting Mike "Enforcer" Yes it is safe to say there was a bit of an NLCFD occupation going on in the kitchen area.
And that was just the apparatus that didn't get in the procession. I glanced over at Babs when she saw all the trucks in the kitchen. Her eyes bugged out a little bit. Classic! LOL!
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  April 19, 2011
Yes it is safe to say there was a bit of an NLCFD occupation going on in the kitchen area.
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  April 18, 2011
On April 9, 2011, Jakeland Fire Department laid to rest Firefighter Jason Smith, who died in the line of duty on April 6, 2011. Departments from around the Lego Fire Community came to pay their final respects at St. Mark's Church in Lego Twp, across from Lego Township Fire Headquarters. In addition to the Jakeland Fire Department, apparatus from Rochelle Heights, Brick Twp, Bergen Heights, Port Lego, North Lereado County, Riverside Borough, St. Lego and Lego Twp made up the procession, as firefighters from all around saluted their fallen comrade. The ladder arch was setup by St. Lego Ladder 8 and North Leredo County Ladder 1. Special thanks to the Jakeland, North Leredo County and Lego Twp PD for their assistance in diverting traffic, expecially on Route 35.
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  April 18, 2011
Nice job Bob. You all did an outstanding job putting together the funeral service. Couldn't expect anything better from you guys. Keep up the great work.
 
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