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Above Gloucester City Fireman Jack Driscoll. (Facebook photo)

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 11, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Firefighter Jack Driscoll, ran a 5K recently in full gear in honor of firefighters Tom Stewart, from the Gloucester City Fire Department and Chief Jim Sylvester and Deputy Chief John West from the Mt. Ephraim Fire Department.

Those men perished during a July 4, 2002 multi-alarm fire at Broadway and Mercer Sts. Three children also died in that fire.  They included: Alexandra Slack, who was five when she died along with 3-year-old twin sisters Claudia and Colletta Slack.

Screen Shot 2022-07-11 at 11.24.04Above, Gloucester City fireman Jack Driscoll.  Below are the three firefighters who perished, Chief Jim Sylvester, Tom Stewart and Deputy Chief Tom West.

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source of information Gloucester City Community Development