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Live Coverage: Memorial For 19 Prescott, AZ Firefighters. Watch it here at 10am

Live Coverage will begin at 10am (Mountain Time). The Service will begin at 11am.

CBS 5 News Special: Memorial Service for Fallen Firefighters

On Tuesday, all 19 firefighters will be honored at a memorial. The Granite Mountain Hotshots survivor, Brendan McDonough is slated to read the Hotshot’s prayer during the service at Tim’s Toyota Center in Prescott Valley. Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to attend, as well as former Arizona governor and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano.

The public will be able to watch the service outside the center on two jumbotrons. CBS 5 News will have live coverage on-air and online beginning at 10 a.m.

View the Program For the Memorial Service (.pdf)

Previous coverage on FireCritic.com here, here, and here

If the video doesn’t load, the direct link is here. Live video should start around 10am.

CBS 5 – KPHO

This photo combination made with undated family photos provided via the City of Prescott, Ariz. shows the 19 firefighters killed battling an out-of-control wildfire in Yarnell, Ariz., on June 30, 2013. Top row, from left: Andrew Sterling Ashcraft, Robert Caldwell, Travis Carter, Dustin James DeFord, Chris Mackenzie, Eric Shane Marsh, and Grant Quinn McKee. Second row, from left: Sean Misner, Scott Daniel Norris, Wade Scott Parker, John Joseph Percin Jr., Anthony Michael Rose, Jesse James Steed, and Joe Thurston. Bottom row, from left: Travis Turbyfill, William Howard “Billy” Warneke, Clayton Thomas Whitted, Kevin Woyjeck, and Garret Zuppiger. (AP Photo/Family Photos via City of Prescott)

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  • MAEMTB

    Wishing strength to Brandon McDonough and to all who knew and loved the 19. Heartwrenching to see him walk out there alone and give the prayer, but also such a fierce pride in the comfort he was given after.

    May those thrown-arm hugs of support still surround him in the weeks and months to come, when the rest of the nation has forgotten and moved on.

  • meghan

    He will need even more support in the weeks and mounths ahead. Glad to see someone realizes its not over for him by a long shot. As a wild land firefighter and struture firefighter I cant even imagine the pain of losing my team and being the only surviver. you left a nice comment.