Itasca Firefighter Honored with Fire Department Escort from Hospital to Hospice Care

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Frank Nunez, who is suffering from terminal cancer, was transferred from the hospital to hospice care in the very ambulance in which he saved so many lives himself (Jermont Terry/CBS 2’s reports). YouTube Tips ⓘ

Firefighter Frank Nunez is a member of the Itasca Fire Protection District and was diagnosed with cancer almost three years ago. Frank just turned 34 years-old. He was treated, and was thought to be cancer-free and returned to work. About six months later he discovered that cancer had recurred … and with a vengeance.

Recently, Frank was in the Intensive Care Unit and intubated, fighting for his life. Unfortunately the outcome is not looking good, and his family and fiancé will have to contend with any remaining costs and end of life expenses, as he enters hospice.

A gofundme fundraiser was set up stating …

“Frank is a warrior that always has a positive attitude and thinks about everyone besides himself, he is a true firefighter brother and a warrior through and through! We have started this to help his family and fiancé make ends meet and relieve the financial burden from them.”

Thursday, September 29, 2022, firefighters are meeting along with charity organizer group Pink Heals to “help support a brother firefighter,” according to fire department and fire scene photographer Tim Olk.

See also …

gofundme.com/f/support-our-brother-ff-frank-nunez

An Illinois firefighter diagnosed with terminal cancer took his final ride home Tuesday in Itasca Fire Department Ambulance 67 — the very same ambulance he once worked in to treat and transport patients (FOX 32 Chicago). YouTube Tips ⓘ

Itasca firefighter Frank Nunez (SOURCE: gofundme)
Itasca firefighter Frank Nunez (SOURCE: gofundme).

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