Hanscom firefighters first on crash scene

BEDFORD, Mass. -- Paul A. Seguin, 66th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire Emergency Services assistant chief of Operations, and Jerome Zuhoski, 66th CES Fire Emergency Services firefighter, look over the wreckage of a private Gulfstream IV aircraft that crashed May 31 at Hanscom Field shortly after 9:40 p.m., leaving all seven people onboard dead. All 12 Hanscom firefighters on duty responded to the crash seconds after the Air Traffic Control tower activated the crash network to alert the Hanscom Fire Station of the incident. In addition to Hanscom, firefighters from Bedford, Lexington, Lincoln, Concord and Waltham were all involved in the response. (U.S. Air Force photo by Walter Santos)

PHOTO BY: Walter Santos
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