Firemen, rescuers, paramedics and police without hesitation risk their lives to save others. They walk into the fire, thrown into a firefight. And some continue to save lives even after his own death.
On Saturday, March 2, in Littleton, Colorado said goodbye to the 31-year-old firefighter Cody Munilosing battle with a brain tumor.
To spend Muni in the last journey with military honors, at the hospital of Littleton gathered family, friends of fire, and his colleagues, hospital staff and, of course, he saved the people. And those were many.
They all lined up in the corridor of the hospital to say goodbye to Cody Mooney. He was a registered organ donor, so he could save multiple lives after death.
(2) At the young age of only 31 years old, Cody was taken from this world too soon. Firefighter Mooney leaves behind a beautiful family including his wife (who is expecting their fifth child in just a few weeks), as well as their other four children. pic.twitter.com/s1CvRnbCe6
— South Metro Fire Rescue (@SouthMetroPIO) March 3, 2019
“Cody’s too soon gone from this world, said Twitter South Metro Fire Rescue. – Our staff is deeply saddened by the tragic death of Cody, we will continue to support his family in this difficult time”.
Fight fire with cancer began in the summer of 2017, the first operation he underwent two weeks ago. She was successful, but soon complications began, because of which the young man died on Saturday evening.
“He was one of those guys who instantly manage to make friends wherever he appeared”, – said the channel KCNC father of a firefighter, Kevin Mooney.
Cody Mooney left four children and a pregnant wife who should give birth to her fifth child in just a few weeks.
He saved lives as a firefighter. And continued to save them after death updated: March 4, 2019 author: Alina Dykman