Texas firefighter found dead inside his home
Plano Fire-Rescue fire engineer Brent Cuba, 43, was scheduled to work but didn't arrive by shift change
By FireRescue1 Staff
MCKINNEY, Texas — Crews are mourning the loss of a firefighter who was found dead inside his home Thursday.
CBS DFW reported that Plano Fire-Rescue fire engineer Brent Cuba, 43, was scheduled to work at Fire Station 4 but didn't arrive by shift change.
A department employee went to his home after attempts to reach Cuba were unsuccessful, according to the report. Once at Cuba's home, the employee's knocks also went unanswered.
Police were called to the home, forced their way in and found Cuba's body. Officials said no foul play is expected.
Cuba leaves behind his father, two sisters and two children.
Sadly early this morning Plano Fire-Rescue Engineer Brent Cuba was found deceased in his home. Cuba, 49, was hired as a firefighter by Plano Fire-Rescue in 2006 worked at Fire Station 4. He is survived by his father, two sisters, and children.— Plano Emergency Management (@PlanoEM) October 17, 2019
Rest In Peace Brother! pic.twitter.com/YzeCmjJfMj