LAWRENCEBURG, Tenn. - Condolences have begun pouring in after a Lawrenceburg firefighter was killed in a house fire. Two others were injured.
The fire broke out Monday at a home in the 500 block of Hood Lakes Road. It was unclear what caused the fire, but reports suggest the roof collapsed, injuring the firefighters.
Several agencies have extended their thoughts to Lawrenceburg on social media.
“I called Lawrenceburg Fire Chief Jay Moore this morning to offer my condolences and support at this tragic time. It is a sad day for everyone in the firefighting community because of the loss of Firefighter Jason Dickey in Lawrenceburg. No matter where we serve, firefighters are a family bonded by the sacrifices we make to protect our community. When we lose one of our own we mourn along with their department. In the coming days, months and years we will remember Firefighter Jason Dickey as a true hero. We pray for peace, comfort and healing for everyone he touched.” - Nashville Fire Department Director Chief William Swann
The Tennessee State Fire Marshal's Office expresses our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Lawrenceburg firefighter Jason Dickey, who died in the line of duty from injuries after battling a house fire Feb. 12, 2018. #bandofbrothers https://t.co/vzC6RI1eH9 pic.twitter.com/7SU1Z3OgKG— Commerce & Insurance (@TNCommerceInsur) February 13, 2018