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Photos: The funeral procession for Worcester Fire Lt. Jason Menard

Hundreds of firefighters and local leaders attended the services Monday at St. John's Catholic Church in Worcester.

The murky weather seemed all too appropriate as scores of firefighters turned out in Worcester on Monday to witness the funeral procession for Lt. Jason Menard.

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Menard, a nearly 10-year veteran of the Worcester Fire Department, died Nov. 13 after being trapped in a four-alarm fire on Stockholm Street. He was 39.

Officials say his death came after he was able to bring two of his other crew members to safety as the group searched the home for a baby and resident reportedly still in the building.

Check back later for further coverage of the ceremonies.

Firefighters await the funeral procession for Worcester Fire Lt. Jason Menard along Temple Street in Worcester.

The helmet of Worcester Fire Lt. Jason Menard is carried during his funeral procession.

Firefighters stand at attention during the funeral procession.

From left, Rep. Jim McGovern, Rep. Joe Kennedy III, and Sen. Ed Markey attend the funeral.

Gov. Charlie Baker attends the funeral at St. John’s Catholic Church in Worcester.

The casket of Worcester Fire Lt. Jason Menard is carried during his funeral procession.

The casket of Worcester Fire Lt. Jason Menard is carried during his funeral procession.

Firefighters stand at attention during the funeral procession.

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Lt. Jason Menard’s funeral procession heads toward St. John’s Catholic Church.

Worcester Fire Chief Michael Lavoie participates in the procession.

Firefighters play drums in the funeral procession.

Firefighters wait for the funeral procession along Grafton Street in Worcester.

Firefighters walk in line before the funeral.

Firefighters march in the funeral procession.

Pallbearers carry the casket of Worcester Fire Lt. Jason Menard into his funeral.

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