SAFD Announces Funeral Service Dates for Scott Deem

The State Fire Marshal, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and San Antonio Fire Department Arson investigators continue looking into what caused the fire at Ingram Square Shopping Center that claimed the life of firefighter Scott Deem and injured two other firefighters.

Media will be able to speak with SAFD Chief Charles Hood about Thursday night’s 4-alarm fire at a strip mall off Loop 410 and Ingram Road on Tuesday.

In the meantime, there’s still a memorial for the fallen first responder outside Public Safety Headquarters in the 300 block of South Santa Rosa Avenue.

Deem’s rosary is scheduled for Thursday, following a church service and internment Friday. Details will be sent out as soon as SAFD officials receive the information from his family, who will also decide if media has any access.




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