Rest in Peace Brothers!

SAN DIEGO (AP) - Two firefighters were killed and another
seriously injured in the Cleveland National Forest when their
vehicle ran off the road, flipped over and hit an oak tree,
authorities said Sunday.
Francesco Damico, 20, of Chula Vista and a 29-year-old man from
Imperial County whose name was not released died at about 9:30
Saturday night as they tried to make a tight turn heading home from
the U.S. Forest Service Pine Hills Station where they worked,
authorities said.
Both men were dead when rescue workers arrived at the scene,
said Investigator Paul Parker, a medical examiner for San Diego
County.
Authorities were still trying to contact relatives of the
unidentified man, Parker said.
Adrian Rios, 20, of Chula Vista survived the crash but was stuck
in the vehicle for two hours before someone drove by and spotted
him, authorities said.
Reports on his condition were not immediately available.
The accident came just hours before five other Forest Service
firefighters were mourned in a memorial service Sunday afternoon.
Those five men were killed Oct. 26 in the San Jacinto Mountains,
about 100 miles north, as they tried to protect a house from the
Esperanza wildfire.