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Wednesday, April 24, 2024
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A 7th Grader from New Jersey Will Run in Honor of The Firefighters Who Died in Chicago.

This week, two Chicago firefighters died while doing their jobs, which devastated the city.

This week, both Lieutenant Jan Tchoryk and Firefighter Jermaine Pelt died while putting out separate fires. Pelt died of smoke inhalation on Tuesday in the West Pullman neighborhood. Lieutenant Tchoryk died of natural causes the next day at a scene in the Gold Coast.

People all over the country, not just in Chicago, have been affected by the tragedy.

New Jersey 7th grader to run in honor of fallen Chicago firefighters

On Friday night, a New Jersey 7th grader will run a mile for each of the first responders who died.

Firefighter Jermaine Pelt and Lieutenant Jan Tchoryk. Morgan Blann is part of the Running for Heroes organization, where kids run to show their support for the fallen and for their families.

“When my mom and I heard about these two Chicago first responders, we looked them up and learned more about them. What they’ve done for their community is so touching, and it’s sad that they’ve both died so close together “Blann said.

“And I had to do it because I couldn’t say no. When I hear about something like this, of course. I know how much it means to these families, so the fact that I can do this for them means a lot.”

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Parvesh is the Content Writer for New Jersey Local News. Here at New Jersey Local News, she covers local news of New Jersey state. Moreover, Parvesh likes to dance and listen to music. She also finds time in her hectic schedule to relax and spend time with loved ones.


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