Mich. fire captain dies from medical emergency at station

Madison Heights Fire Department Capt. Jeff Brozich was a 20-year veteran of the department

Duty Death: Jeff Brozich - [Madison Heights, Michigan]

End of Service: 03/01/2021


By Laura French

MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. — A Michigan fire captain has died due to a medical emergency while on duty at the station. 

Madison Heights Firefighters IAFF Local 1357 reported Monday that Capt. Jeff Brozich, 57, a 20-year veteran of the fire department, died in the line of duty. He was married to Madison Heights Police Officer Lindsay Brozich and is also survived by three children. 

"Please keep the Brozich Family, The Madison Heights Fire Department and The Madison Heights Police Department in your thoughts and prayers," IAFF Local 1357 officials wrote in a statement. 

Officials said Brozich suffered a medical emergency at the fire station, according to WXYZ

The U.S. Fire Administration confirmed on March 3 that Brozich died due to a heart attack. 

 

With heavy hearts Local 1357 regrets to report the line of duty death of Captain Jeff Brozich. Captain Brozich was a...

Posted by Madison Heights Firefighters IAFF Local 1357 on Monday, March 1, 2021

 

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