Co-Workers Honoring Miami Firefighter Killed in Drive-by Shooting - NBC 6 South Florida

Co-Workers Honoring Miami Firefighter Killed in Drive-by Shooting

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    Family, Friends Say Final Goodbyes to Miami Firefighter Killed in Shooting

    Family and friends are saying goodbye to Miami Firefighter Chadrick Davis, who was shot and killed in northwest Miami-Dade. (Published Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016)

    Fellow Miami firefighters will say goodbye to one of their own who was tragically killed this past weekend.

    Chadrick Davis, a 23-year-old who spent the last two years as a member of the Miami Fire Department, was shot after attending a wake near NW 44th Court in Northwest Miami-Dade Saturday.

    Davis is the son of a retired Fire Lieutenant, Malcolm Davis, and the godson of current MFD Chief Maurice Kemp.

    Davis was one of two people killed in the shooting, along with 22-year-old Sir-Earnest Terrell Williams.

    Funeral Held for Firefighter Killed in Drive-by Shooting

    [MI] Funeral Held for Firefighter Killed in Drive-by Shooting
    NBC 6's Willard Shepard has the latest as the search continues for the man responsible for shooting a 23-year-old Miami firefighter.
    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016)

    The body of Davis was transported to a Northwest Miami-Dade funeral home Tuesday, passing by three seperate stations and allowing fellow firefighters a chance to say goodbye.

    A GoFundMe account has been set up to help with funeral cost and other expenses. You can donate by clicking on this link.

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