Blood Drives Being Held To Honor Fallen Philadelphia Firefighter Matthew LeTourneauLeTourneau, 42, a regular blood donor, died in the line of duty on Jan. 6 battling a fire in North Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Fire Department's Special Mission Looks To Honor Fallen BrotherWhile investigators continue to probe the cause of the Jan. 6 blaze that killed Capt. Matthew LeTourneau and another man, firefighters say the work of protecting and saving lives must continue.
Philadelphia Police Officer Brings Comfort Painting Portraits Of The FallenIn a drab, quiet hallway down in the basement of Philadelphia Police headquarters, you’ll find an office that stands out among the rest.
Hundreds Gather To Pay Final Respects For Fallen Philadelphia Firefighter Lt. Matt LeTourneauHundreds gathered to remember an 11-year Philadelphia Fire Department veteran who lost his life fighting a fire on Saturday.
Feds Assisting In Investigation Into Blaze That Killed Philly FirefighterLieutenant Matt LeTourneau was killed Saturday when he became trapped inside a home on Colorado Street in North Philadelphia.
Community Mourns Loss As Officials Investigate Blaze That Killed 2 In North PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia's crime scene and ATF investigators combed through the charred remains of the Colorado Street home searching for answers.
City, Hometown Pay Tribute To Fallen Philly FirefighterThe life and service of Lieutenant Matthew LeTourneau are being remembered, both in the city that he served and in his hometown in Delaware County, where his dreams of becoming a firefighter began.