Fire departments and organizations represented in Britt's procession

Thursday, February 27, 2014 | 11:45 a.m. CST; updated 6:23 p.m. CST, Thursday, February 27, 2014

COLUMBIA – More than 40 fire departments, police departments, hospital centers, emergency personnel and other organizations were represented at Lt. Bruce Britt's procession from Cosmo Park to The Crossing on the city's south side on Thursday morning. 

Britt died Saturday after a walkway collapse at University Village apartments, which is run by MU. He was the second firefighter to die in the line of duty in Columbia.

Here are the names of many of the places and organizations represented in the procession:

  • Columbia Fire Department

  • Boone County Fire Protection District

  • Boone Electric Cooperative

  • Boone Hospital Center

  • MU Health Care

  • Boonville

  • Southern Boone County

  • Audrain County

  • California

  • Central Callaway County

  • Christian County

  • Cole County

  • Cooper County

  • Dixon

  • Eldon

  • Fayette

  • Fulton

  • Gravois Fire Protection District
  • Holts Summit

  • Howard County

  • Jamestown

  • Jefferson City
  • Lake Ozark

  • Lebanon

  • Macon

  • Marion County

  • Marshall

  • Millersburg

  • Missouri Department of Natural Resources

  • Montgomery City

  • Moreau Fire Protection District, Eldon

  • North Callaway County

  • O'Fallon
  • Osage Beach

  • Riverside

  • Robertson

  • Slater

  • South Callaway County

  • St. Robert

  • Sunrise Beach

  • Versailles

  • Wellsville
  • West County

  • Williamsville

  • Wright City

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