Brice Trossbach Obituary, Death Cause – Brice Trossbach, a firefighter who died while serving his community in St. Mary’s County and who was killed in the line of duty, will be laid to rest on Thursday morning. His death occurred while he was performing his job as a firefighter. The funeral ceremonies are scheduled to start at 10 o’clock in the morning, and it is anticipated that they will commence on time. Trossbach’s life was cut short in a sad accident in Leonardtown, Maryland, in the 20000 block of Deer Wood Park Drive, as he was attempting to extinguish a house fire in the area. The incident occurred one week ago.
When Trossbach was responding, he was on the first story of the building when he lost his footing and fell all the way down to the basement. The officials claim that he was rushed to the hospital, but after he arrived there, he was unable to maintain his vital signs and went away in a fatal accident. At the Naval Air Station Patuxent River 1, where he was stationed, he served as a firefighter for a number of years before retiring from the job.
According to a statement that was issued by Naval Air Station Patuxent River 1, “Trossbach made the ultimate sacrifice while responding to a mutual aid call of a structure fire in Leonardtown, Maryland,” Trossbach was killed in the line of duty while attempting to put out a fire at a building in Leonardtown. Throughout his entire life, he lived with the intention of protecting and helping the members of our community. Brice Trossbach, a firefighter who had recently gone away, will be remembered on Thursday by community members from St. Mary’s County who will get together to say their final farewells to Brice.