Readers of Breaking News have aired their thoughts and feelings in response to FireFighters Stephen Hunt’s death.
Personally Breaking News is deeply shocked and sends deep condolences to our emergency services family.
Readers tell Breaking News of their sadness and how brave hunts actions have been.
Atomic Kitten band member Liz McClarnon stated “I am so sad to hear we lost such a brave fire fighter in the north west last night. My thoughts are with his family”
Allisonq Jones “This is so sad to hear, these men and women out their life on the line to save ours and people who start fires for fun etc should be punished RIP young firefighter”
Valerie Latham “R.I.P TO THE BRAVE FIREFIGHTER WHO SADLY LOST HIS LIFE YESTERDAY WHILE ATTENDING TO A FIRE IN MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE”
Josh Gregory “R.I.P. amongst all the banter between services, we all care for each other. My thoughts go out to your family.”
Mjjshakis Jackson “Go on but take his example will be forever at earth if you only follow it… RIP gaby mexican in munich”
Kathryn Stone added “Such awful news…. Thoughts & Prayers are with Family, Friends and Colleagues.”
Pauline Whittingham “such a sad loss R.I.P brave firefighter my thoughts are with your family on this sad occasion x”
Sharon Craig “R.I.P another fallen hero ….my thoughts and heart go out to your family and colleagues …. Xx”
Amanda Davis “This is such tragic news that one fireman looses his life and another fighting for his after 2 girls stupidity. I wish both families my condolences and hope the girls get punished properly for it.”
Cordelia Threapleton “words wont take away the pain. but time is a healer my thoughts to the watch whom are 1 big family and to stephens family rip xx”
Amanda Welburn “It’s such a shame that it takes such a terrible loss for people to truly realise how brave and dedicated our service men and women truly are. God bless each and every one of them
R.i.p to the fireman who made the ultimate sacrifice to help others, thoughts with all those who loved, knew and respected him x”
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