Kenneth Brink, LA Fire Department Fireman, Dies at home

Kenneth Brink, LA Fire Department Fireman, Dies at home

The Los Angeles Fire Department Kenneth Brink is mourning one of their own after a firefighter passed away.

The Los Angeles Fire Department mourns the death of fireman Kenneth Brink who died at home

Kenneth Brink died on November 9 at his home. His cause of death was not revealed.

Los Angeles Fire Department shared a condolence message on the passing of the LAFD officer. The message reads,

“It’s with heavy hearts, we announce active duty FF III Kenneth Brink passed away off-duty in his home last night. He was a 15-year LAFD veteran & highly respected member of the Urban Search & Rescue Task Force at Fire Station 88. Our thoughts are with his family. #RIP We also want to thank Orange County Fire Authority for the display of respect in honoring our fallen members last night.”

According to reports, on Wednesday night, the body of Los Angeles Fire Department firefighter Kenneth E. Brink was taken to a coroner’s office after he was found dead at home.

Around 10:30 PM, the Costa Mesa resident Kenneth E. Brink’s body was transported to the Orange County Coroner’s Office, which is located in the 1000 block of West Santa Ana Boulevard, by numerous police and fire department vehicles.

Kenneth Brink was a member of the LAFD’s Swiftwater Rescue Team and Urban Search and Rescue Task Force at Fire Station 88 in Sherman Oaks.

Following his demise, tributes flooded social media.

Chief Crowley, the Chief of the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD), OCFA PIO, LAFD, and the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD) have all paid tribute to firefighter Kenneth Brink. The LAFD’s spokesperson, Nicholas Prange, issued a statement. Kenneth had been a member of the Los Angeles Fire Department for 15 years, according to Prange.

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He was highly respected throughout the department as a member of Fire Station 88, the Urban Search and Rescue Task Force, and the LAFD’s Swiftwater Rescue Team. Kenneth Brink’s cause of death was unknown at the time. Medico topics have attempted to contact the victim’s family and relatives for comment on the incident.

Los Angeles Fire Department information:

The Los Angeles Fire Department provides service to the city of Los Angeles, which is located in the American state of California. This section is responsible for providing emergency medical services, determining fire causes, preventing fires, extinguishing fires, mitigating the effects of hazardous substances, and executing technical rescue operations.

They are also responsible for providing these services. Kenneth Brink died in his house, according to an official statement from the Los Angeles Fire Department.

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