Battalion Chief Mark James Burns, age 62, of the Medford Fire-Rescue, died on March 6, 2016, from complications after developing pneumonia due to prolonged exposure to heavy smoke and heat conditions while coordinating and assisting with evacuation and extinguishment operations during a wind-driven grass fire that had jumped the highway and threatened multiple homes in a subdivision.
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