PGFD Chief Marc Bashoor
After a recent tragedy where 4 families members perished after a home fire, Fire Chief Marc S. Bashoor addresses a congregation of the First Baptist Church of Glenarden about fire safety. Still picture of incident courtesy PGFD Fire Chief Bashoor.
Bill Carey posted the information about the February early morning fire with four fatalities:
Eric Wagner covered the aftermath for The Gazette
As friends exchanged memories and sorrowful wishes at a memorial service Monday, the common sentiment was that the Price family, who were the victims of a fatal house fire Feb. 21 at their home in Glenarden, had a positive impact on whomever they came in contact with.
“It’s not just a family loss, but a community loss,” said John K. Jenkins, pastor of First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Upper Marlboro.
The deaths of Darrell Price Jr., 36, and three of his four daughters – Daijah Price, 11, Tania Price, 8, and Patrice Price, 4, all of Glenarden – has rocked the city.
Friends, family and area residents filled nearly the entire lower seating section of the 4,000-seat First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Upper Marlboro to show their support to mother Teresa Myles-Price and her daughter, Tamia Price, 8, who survived the blaze.
Tip of the helmet to PGFD PIO Mark Brady for posting the video.
Mike "FossilMedic" Ward