Wichita Falls Firefighters team up to honor their brother Kelly Crush and bring in funds for the MDA.
The annual Fill the Boot campaign for Wichita Falls Firefighter's has come and gone.
In addition to raising money for MDA, crews also used this event to remember a special comrade who recently lost his battle with a neuromuscular disease.
Wichita Falls firefighters need your helping filling the boot for MDA.
While the men and women of the Wichita Falls Fire Department honored their fallen brother, Kelly Crush, fire fighters from outside Wichita Falls took it upon themselves to keep the city safe.
Wichita Falls firefighters along with hundreds of others said goodbye to Kelly Crush today. Crush was a Wichita Falls firefighter, stationed at fire station number 8. He lost his battle with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease Sunday at age 51.
The route for the funeral procession that will take the body of retired Wichita Falls Firefighter, Kelly Crush, from the funeral services at Kay Yeagar Coliseum to Crestview Memorial Cemetery has been announced
Wichita Falls firefighters lost on of their own Sunday when 51-year-old Kelly Crush lost his battle with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's Disease. They wanted to memorialize Kelly in a special way, and in a way inspired by Kelly himself.
Wichita Falls firefighters are joining folks all over the nation in mourning the death of 51-year-old Kelly Crush ...
He died yesterday evening after a nearly four year battle with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Wichita Falls fire fighters mourn the loss one of their brothers, Kelly Crush.
There's a big event coming up this weekend you could be a part of while helping to finally find a cure for neuro- muscular diseases.