Gene remains in critical condition and will be transferred to a long term care facility the first part of next week. The staff and Gene’s family will develop a care plan at that time. The family and members of Reisterstown thank everyone for their support and ask for your continued prayers during these difficult times.
The past 2 days have been an emotional roller coaster ride for Gene’s Family and our membership. Gene has made some progress in his recovery, but still remains in critical condition. Please continue to keep him and his family in your prayers. We have been amazed by the amount of support that has been offered by our community and the fire service brotherhood. We appreciate everyone’s continued support through these tough times.
Just after 1 am this morning, Reisterstown units responded on a dwelling fire on Hanover Pike. A mayday was declared just after crews entered the dwelling. Fire Fighter Gene Kirchner was removed from the dwelling a short time later. He was transported to the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. He is currently in critical but stable condition. Please keep Gene and his family in your prayers. We would also like to thank everyone for the tremendous amount of support that has been offered.
Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company was formed June 11, 1913.
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